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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday, February 7, 1975 Lawrence Lamb M Dear Dr. Lamb I am a 67- year-old accountant. I had a duodenal ulcer and hiatal her- nia. The ulcers flared up two years ago and healed in'a cou- ple of months, proved by x- rays. At the present I feel no ex- cess acidity and I carry on a fairly active normal life, However, at dinner time, poorly masticated meat or rice and other foods stick in my esophagus causing soreness when I try to force it down. This has happened twice in the last two weeks. I solved the problem by regurgitating the food. I want to consult a physician, but I don't know which specialist to see for this disorder. Dear Reader You are describing esophageal spasm. This is sometimes a complica- tion of the hiaial hernia. When the lower esophagus has been repeatedly exposed to the acid digestive juices squirted backward into it from the stomach, it undergoes changes. At first spasm may be all that occurs, but that can be painful enough. Later scar formation may result and it may become difficult to swallow solid food. Sometimes it is necessary to have treatments to dilate this area of the esophagus when it is too small. You can help protect yourself from this condition by treatment of the hiatal her- nia, particularly neutralizing the acid digestive juice and taking measures to prevent it from leaking backward into your esophagus. For more in-' formation on what you can do to help yourself with this problem, write to at P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New' York, N.Y. and ask for the booklet on hiatal hernia. Send 30 cents to cover costs. For those interested in more information on ulcers there is also a booklet on ulcers. Follow the same procedure to order it. Anyone who has trouble swallowing must have a medical examination to be sure what the problem is. Oc- casionally it is from a tumor or even cancer in the es- ophagus, so it should not be neglected. You can see your family internist for your problem, but he may want to refer you to a specialist in gas- troenterology. Dear Dr. Lamb Two months ago I gave birth to a healthy baby boy. The only thing he has all his organs from his left side on his right side and vice versa. Is this harmful to him or will it be as he gets older? Could you tell me why it happened? I had a normal pregnancy. Dear Reader It is a rare condition, but it can occur without any abnormality at all. Some babies have other defects as Well, but your doc- tor could detect this with his examinations. If it is a simple reversal of, Astrological Forecast by Sydney Omarr SEE lOU'tt WRITING A8CWT ONE Of THE UKITIN6 iS PEAL WITH KEALHIWAN EMOTIONS Joe Greed was born in a small town in Colorado. Leo, in attempting to organ location you have perceive the "big nothing to wprry about. often neglects details. The No one knows just why this .natjve exhibits a tendency to happens. It is sort of like everything being a mirror im- age of itself. When you think of the complex changes the body undergoes from the time one fertilized cell starts the whole process, it is a miracle that we don't have more variations than do occur. Do you realize that the same set of plans, called genes or DNA, in that first fertilized cell literally has to duplicate itself, and parts of itself, over and over to form a heart, a set of lungs, a brain and all the other structures we have? The variation you describe1 can occur without any problems during pregnancy. Your boy may cause the doc- tors a lot of trouble as he gets older before they realize what is going on, but if he is free of any other development abnor- mality, this variation will not interfere with his develop- ment or health. I Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Feb. 7, 1975 Belgian rebelled against Dutch rule and set up a Regency 144 years-ago in 1831 and drew up a constitution modelled on Britain's and one of Europe's most liberal. The National Congress elected Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg king in June. The Dutch king, in- stalled over all Low Countries after Napoleon's defeated, re- jected separation and sent in the Dutch army, but was ejected by the French and British. 1500 Vincente Yanez Pinzon discovered Brazil. 1788 Indians captured Daniel Boone and 27 com- panions at Blue Lick, Ky. 1882 John JL Sullivan defeated Paddy Ryan in the last bare knuckle boxing bout. 1878 Pope Piux IX died. 1941 British forces cap- tured the Libyan port of Benghazi during the Second World War. take situations and persons for granted. Leo gives benefit of doub.t too often. Man or woman, the individual born under this zodiacal sign seems to invite difficulty where it could easily have been avoided. Nothing is simple with Leo Complications are second nature to this native. Greater recognition is due in 1975; August will be a memorable month. ARIES (March 21-April Challenge is a welcome stimulant. You come alive. What you do becomes meaningful. You receive com- pliment from one you respect. Accent is on advancement, ambition, a bringing together of opposing forces. Financial picture comes into brighter focus. TAURUS) April 20-May Good lunar aspect coincides now with educational material, advertising, publishing and spiritual in- sight. Pisces, Virgo 'persons could figure prominently. You gain ground in area that had been as quicksand. Define terms be sure your meanings are crystal clear. GEMINI I May 21-June Hard facts demand to be con- fronted. Toss aside super- ficialities. Accent is on adding up, taking inventory, getting second emotional breath. What had been elusive becomes .readily available. Capricorn, Cancer persons could play significant roles. CANCER (June 21-July Emphasis on contractual obligations, relationships that are important. Key now is to become more aware of general potential. Refuse to be tied down to past. Your future could be brighter than imagined. One who attempts to impart guilt feelings is a victim of jealousy. LEO (July 23-Aug. Basic issues are but you only accomplish now if your heart is in your work. Means get some inspiration. Member of opposite sex could be involved. You discover things about yourself, your in- terests and close associates. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Lunar aspect promotes' love, creativity and'a better rap- port with young persons, iri- great deal. Important changes SEES NO DANGER RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) A health official says there is cludi offspring. By giving a no danger of a meningitis little you could receive a epidemic here during the an- nual Carnival next week because 86 per cent of the city's people now have been vaccinated. The disease killed 304 persons in Rio last year and in Sao Paulo. are upcoming move with the times. Your personal magnetism flows! LIBRA (Sept. 23-Ocl. You will find family circle "more flexible." Means there will be more humor at home base than was true in recent past. Gemini, Sagittarius probably will play prominent roles. Freedom of choice will be greater and you will be happier as result. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Study Libra message for valid hint. Visit from "long lost" relative could be on agenda. Forces tend to be scattered. Finish one thing at a time. Definite gain shown through written' word. Develop ideas into concepts.' SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. Accent is on per- sonal possessions, special collections, income. Submit suggestions, ideas. You are due to receive enthusiastic response. Gemini, Virgo in- dividuals aid in making con- tructive contacts. Your questions will be satisfactori- ly answered. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Cycle is high and your ability to be at right place at right time is enhanced. Exude confidence. You will get back- ing from family member. You also will be vindicated., rewarded for past efforts. Highlight personality, appearance. Take initiative. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Your romantic illusions could gain substance. You begin to perceive vast difference between wishful thinking and actuality. In so doing, you outline real needs and aspirations. What you seek comes close and you can do something about it. PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcn Accent is on fulfilling goal. Some of your ambitions prove more practical than many would have suspected. You can win now in convinc- ing manner. One in authority pulls strings for you. You get the money and the respon- sibility. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you know difference between "meaning business" and "doing business." If marry this year. If married, there could be an addition to family. Married or single, you travel more than in past. March and December are in- dicated as outstanding months. Capricorn, Cancer persons play important roles in your life. WAND LOIS SON CHIP MS A PICTURE OF KNIEVEL BAILING OUT OVER THE SNAKE WHEN I WAS A BOY I HAD A PICTURE IN MY ROOM OF WASHINGTON THE DELAWARE. BUGS BUNNY YA GOT A REAL PROBLEM HERE, PETUNIA.' I'LL HAVE T1 TOW YER CAR INTA TH' IF YOU HAD JUST TOUCHED SOMETHING AND IT HAD STARTED KJGHT UP, I'D HAVE REALLY FELT BLONNE Goren on Bridge Ask Andy BY CHARLES H. GOREN AND OMAR SHARIF Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH 4AJ54 VK109853 8 WEST EAST 4Q9 41076 VQ76 K932 K10864 SOUTH 4K832 A 4 AJ106 The bidding: South West North Eist 1 1 W P.ss 1 4 Pass 3 4 PMS 4 4 Pass Pass Opening lead: Six of 4. The perfect time for a bit of deception on defense is when it doesn't matter if partner is fooled by your play. Consider this example from the recent. European Championships in Herzliya, Israel. Sitting West was Sven Olov Flodqvist of Sweden. The bidding was perfectly natural. South opened in the suit below his shortness, then showed his second suit. North's hand improved tre- mendously once South bid spades, but not quite enough to contract for game. He made an invitational jump raise to three spades, and South had the values to con- tinue on to game. The defenders started with three rounds of clubs, declarer discarding a heart from dummy on the third. Looking at all the hands, it seems that declarer must to eleven tricks. In- dced. that, is exactly what happened when the board was reP'aved tne other table of the match. Here, however, Flodqvist suc- needed in creating a false picture of the hand. When declarer led the king of spades, Flodqvist dropped thequeen! Declarer was so mesme- rizodiy this card thai he un- wisely decided that he better neart situation be- drawing any more trumps. He cashed the ace of hearts, crossed to the king and ruffed a heart. Much to his surpl.jse. West over- ruffed! THE SUN BEAR Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Brad Petrovich, age 12, of Eugene, Ore., for -his question: Would a sun bear make a good pet? Andy's faithful readers know that he is rather fussy on the subject of suitable pets, Most animals belong in the wild, where Mother Nature tends them better than we can. It seems only fair to leave them there. Besides, many wild types make life miserable for members of the family and a few are downright dangerous. The sun bear, alias the honey bear, is the smallest member of the bear family. When fully grown he measures four feet long, plus a stubby two-inch tail. Unlike To complete South's dis- most of his- shaggy cousins, comfiture. West returned a his neat fur is short and silky, club. No matter -what de- His coat is jet black, fading to clarer did. East was bound to brownish gray on his rather score his ten of trumps for the setting trick. .Had declarer considered the hand more carefully, he would have realized lhat he could have afforded to play another round of trumps be- fore lackling hearts, bul this slubby nose. Almost always his chest is marked with a creamy colored crespent moon. However, he is called a sun bear rather than a moon bear because in' his Malayan homeland the crescent is a knew how to fend to his special needs. Besides, the family lived in his homeland, where he was used to the climate. However, he grew quite fast and, though devoted to his human friends, obvious- ly needed and longed for a free life in the treetops. At the age of six months, it seemed only fair to send him to a large, zoo, where he could be protected while he developed his natural climb- ing skills. Soon he was ready to venture Into the forest where he naturally belonged. However, he never forgot his human .friends, and often returned to visit them. A fully grown sun bear may weigh 200 pounds, which is rather bulky for a house pet. He needs treetops where he can build his own bed from twigs and find insects in rotting logs. Obviously this pretty little bear is not a homebody and does not belong on the list of suitable pets for the human family. docs not detracl from West's sign of the rising sun. By fine effort. Note thai the nature he is a tree dweller of with long strong claws. Expert animal lovers claim that a young sun bear may be _ Fill! Wlttl falsecard of the queen spades could not possibly cost. From the play of the king, it was obvious that declarer intended leading another trump toward dum jy j H Hunter Tom handed back the photo. "A good, picture. Your son Jack, he commented. a very attractive pet. One was "With you and your dad. How adopted at the age of two old is he weeks, when the baby cub was Sam smiled. "He's my to finesse jack if still blind. This did not stop not old, you know. In fact my West followed with a low the frisky fellow from stumbl- trump. Thus, the queen of ing around, bumping'into the Irumps. like some other furniture. He took kindly to royal ladies in different bottle feeding, with suitable times, was headed for the gurgling. His favorite food executioner's axe. My play- was bread and honey, and he ing the queen one round be- sat for hours sucking his paw. fore he had to, Flodqvist pro- This particular baby sun duced a most unexpected bear was lucky because he result. was adapted by experts who age multiplied by Jack's com- es to just three times Dad's age, and our three ages total only ninety nine." What were the ages? Thanks for idea to 'W. R. .Brown, Ottawa, Ontario. (Answer Monday) Vesterdiy'i mwer: KETTLES wn Z077IM, DOWN TO THE KITCHEN FOR A MIOMISHT -r SNACK NEEP SOMETHING TO HOLD ME OVER UNTIL BREAKFAST HIS STOMACH IS QN CALL TWENTY-FOUR HOURS A WHERE ARE YOU GOING HERE I CAN'T N COMES UNDERSTAND DANA S WHAT'S ALL SO LONG! HES SELLING HOT D06S JUGHEAD TENDING TO NOU'RE SURE THE CROSS A COUNTRY TEAWNCHECK-" DOESN'T TAKE POINT A SHORTCUT? HAGAR THE HORRIBLE TAUT ABOUT IT CAM'T You SEE BUSY 'o 6EHEKAL A RULE OF ABOUT LON6 LOOK, FAtHER. J-IMPIf LIZAKP GAVE Me- SOME OF HIS FINGERNAIL WHY; vvrm A PIT OF INGENUITY FEAR, VOU CAN Vt THE PKOUP POSSESSOR OF A GENUINE CLOP OW NECKLACE.1 GAP! SUCH LAVISH CUPPINGS TO REMEMBER HIM PY. FRONKLX NOBODY EVER ASKED. MY IS BELLA CHANCES ARB you ARB A SIRU WANT TO MARRY MB? I CAMT FACE TW? WEEKS IN LOWEST WITHOUT A GIRLT- A SIRL ;