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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope By Jeann Dixon rUESDAY, FEB. a BirtMay Today: Mo- ion is the main factor In progress this eemwg U you are happy as are, it's a pleasant per- steady improvement. iy's natives possess great rmination. IES (March 21 April i forward with yesterday s ,aigning; do more o! the s in which you have spe- aptitude. Look about for er opportunities. URUS (April 20 May M) your ingenuity for accom ment despite an urge t out boring chores. Later s will give you a chanc itisfy that restless feeling difference today; U'a uch what you do, as bow you o it Past incidents ot your We .me alive again. VIRGO M Sept Get busy at creating more ef- credentials for yourself m the community. Your earn- SMINI (May 21 ken early. Everybody is in humor to start, and will re- your own lively mow i delight in your neighbor UJCER (June 21 July 22 jk up for your fair shar r friends may create tern jry prob 1 e m s concermni tiedules _ by willing nge. ant. Overture may import- AQUARIUS (Jam. Feb. Your gem of an idea needs development and protection so that aren't able to seize it before you get credit. PISCES (Feb. U March HI: Bring teamwork into full force Expect money matters to be erratic, perhaps the sudden use of quite a sum. If you can man- age change oC scene, take ad- t seems to be your turn to to veard. Make the most of it isk and get co-operation 11 rork or any venture intenow o build higher income. Reflect HI your progress. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Put more energy into your reg- ular work; build variation into vour career. Be ready for changes, travel. Find or give a party this evening. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. K-Dee. You may have the chance now to go over your ventures in detail. Be alert for insight on fresh opportunity or risks. Have a theme of fine music running thru your evening. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You know the probable re- sult of speculative ventures Oiild wns long fight against backward heart LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heavy drinking price stiff ear Dr Dear Lamb -My bus-1 anyone on oral treatment nrl 36 was a heavy drinker diabetes should be exception til two years ago at which ally careful about using afcono ne he became very ill and to any form. as vomiting blood. He was' (vised by his doctor that he ust absolutely s t o p drinking i that his liver would not suf- r any more damage; other- ise he would pay for this by a early death. I would like to know what jrt of diet my husband should st because occasionally he ill vomit (with tinges of lood) even though he hasnt runt anything. We use a great eal of butter, margarine and ,11 in our cooking. TORONTO (CP) The odds were 100 to one against Mary Pamela Cowling surviving when 'M was born 10 years ago with heart that worked backwards. But she won her battle for life. She was released Friday rom the Hospital for Sick Chil- ren. Mary was born with a heart in which the pumping chambers were reversed. This meant most of her blood failed to go througn ler lungs for purification. the backwards pumping cham- bers. ers. Friday Mary went home with a normal heart. er lungs IOT [nuuitauuii. Ten years ago a doctor in Chi jigo was performing leart operations in which veins Relief seen for railway pensioners OTTAWA (CP) Transport Minister Don Jamieson told the Commons here that pension re- lief is on -the way to retired workers of Canadian National Railways. rare substituted to function as arteries. Mary's parents rushed ler to Chicago. The operation had never been done to a baby less than threi months. Mary was only eigh days old, and she was given one minister said retired chance in 100 of living. workers receiving benefits She survived the operation, the 1959 CNR pension but it only partly repaired her lan nave their payments heart. More surgery was by two per cent for each needed, but at that time such an year of retirement. Similar in- operation was unknown. creases will be paid to widows Seven years ago. Dr. Wi'ham Deceased pensioners. The in- T. Mustard, a Toronto heart creases, retroactive to Jan. 1, surgeon, devised an operation begin reaching the that would correct such a heart pensioners April 1. condition. Those pensioners receiving a Six weeks ago in an open- basie payment of a month heart operation he reversed thp 1935 CNR pension n Mar's -ibutor Andy a volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Julie Hux- sahl, age 12. of Sioux City, Iowa, for her question: rts. rr happened. together. They based it on their onset o! vomiting ideas of fair treatment When Sudden onset of rf heavy drinking. It upheld by laws, the people felt from several differ- safe and secure in their com- S- The stomach or di- munity. Theidea that citaens trart mav be so ini- also had freedoms within their occurs. The systems of justice did not occur can bedamaged, even until much later in human his- though the person doesn't know tory. it This can cause an obstruc- tion in the normal How of blood challenging times through the liver and we veins "human and it be_ around the hooves every person to probe opening of uie deep MO the meanings of cer- (esophageal It you f often m tend wffl these are or ta vancose vems o{ me wfire gus. The sudden ageable objects, such as chalk rupture and there sudden J d onset of bleeding, which may i concepts of far- be massive. reaching social values. No two Until this either jus- use of excess alcohol may only P P freedom fa the show same way. The best we can palms (liver palms surulffl 3 which changes also occur w U hou t UvCTn Uore or less similar ideas of small dilated red blood vessels concepts. to times of sc- at different locations on receiving chambers in Mary's p j a ni a non-contributory heart so they matched up with scheme, will receive a raise to I a month if .they retired be- fore 1965. Those who retired in 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969, will r receive increases of ?20, and respectively. The progressively smaller in- creases, Mr. Jamieson said, are reasonable because those who retired after 1965 receive bene- fits from the Canda and Quebec pension plans which more than make up the difference. Mr. Jamieson said the in- enalleDge to ponder such prob- creases "substantially impde- s ment" recommendations of the matters in bargaining between corporation and rail "uestion- unims m seeking equal repre- to be stoed mtn tne enure social community. Questions asied by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, HunBngton Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle the board managing the present fund. CAR REGISTRATIONS I There are about motor I vehicles in Rhodesia. GOREN ON BRIDGE Q. vulnerable, an! as South you hold: Vt The bidding has proceeded: North 10 skin Because of their shape we call them spider nevi or spider- like moles. I suspect from your letter that your husband has scarring of the liver (cirrhosis) caused by his prolonged use of alcohol and has esophageal varices. Vomiting can occur with liver disease, particularly after a fatty meal. Vomiting for any reason can cause flecks ot blood just from the mechanical irritation, with or without eso- phageal varices. This may be i ;_ TTTlfh VftilT what is happening husband. with your us. The diet in liver disease de- pends a great deal on its cause. An acute alcoholic crisis with liver involvement re- different management severe quires as docs advanced liver failure In your husband's case he would probably be better off on a diet rich in proteins and car- bohydrates but low in fat. This means giving up butter, mar garine and trying to cook with as little fat as possible. 0 course, alcohol is OUT for good. Diets rich in protein usually provides a lot of vitamins Nevertheless, for the heavy drinker or Hie person who ha already had liver damage from drinking. I think thiamine (V tamin BO is useful. It won hurt and it could help to tak a multiple vitamin B comple capsule or tablet every day. 1 advanced liver failure the pr teins are avoided but such p ticnls should be in a hospital Some pills used to treat hig blood sugar in diabetics cau markedly low blood sugar if t person also drinks alcohol. rial stress, sane people strive to understand and share such basic ideas. Stripped down to its bare bones, the word justice means fairness. But this could leave the decision of what is just and fair up to a supreme ruler. He might be a wise man but in the past he often turned out to be a tyrant whose rules of jus- tice were made to suit himself. The majority of his subjects ent along with the system for while. But sooner or later ley started probing for ideas justice that would be fairer o more of them. The concept f freedom was born. This was everal centuries ago and ven the most thoughtful citl- ens are still trying to grasp ts full meaning. One thing we know for cer- ain. The concept of freedom nriches the older concept o ustice. But it cannot replace or the society will be torn apart by millions of muleheads nfants and immature adults end to think that freedom means that every person can d ust as he pleases. Sensible fol mow perfectly well that sue notions are rjirite unworkable Certainly at this stage of hi man history, all of us are. en- titled to certain basic personal freedoms. But with equal cer- tainty, none of us can be sure of getting them unless our so- ciety shares a lot of basic ideas about justice. Freedom and jus- tice do indeed go together but to enjoy their privileges, every person must strive very hard to understand what these deep concepts really mean Many people tend to shirk the BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1C HJ1. TS. CMOS. THanit ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. vulnerable, and as South you hold: WK8T OAJ102 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 10 Dble. RoTrte. 1" Paa Paw What do you bid now? clubs. Partner hat jhown a distaste for no trump, lilt would tMVM .to alst in that direction, You liavj a good fit for clubs and stinuld SHOW It. Q. South, vumerwle, you hold: AK10 Pass Past 4 s? Pass What do you bid now? have better than an opening bid and partner has opened and jumped. This spells a alam which you should hid forth, with The prescribed caU la six fc.arts. North Has not only opened and Jumped but, In meanUme, shown great strength by his bid of two spades, tecb- BlcaUy known as a "reverse." Q. 4 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: .V2 9J754 OQ1084 4KJ73 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South IV Dble. What do yon bid? rescue hid of one no trump U In thst It tug. gests to partner to rescue him. tell In either diamonds or clubs, whichever he prefers, Mnce ob. iloualv you are short In spades have IcgfU) IB UK Una lUltt. of your suits, ably cornered Into hlddlnf thru hearts which Kill Jiuln pu tends to irejwt th. Wddlnt to th. levelI plajer eontemplatlni; 1SS Mtlon should b. tacked UP t, holding wtlEli B MUSI to am openlBI bid. Q. (-At South, vulnerable, Sou bold: akAKQJSS 6A1JIS The bidding to' proceeded: South West .North Bart ls> PassfZNT a 0 Pass 3 NT What do yon fcH now? A spades. Hope for slim Is not abandoned by the four spado hid. The very fact that you took pains to Did three dla. monds. Intending all time take, partner out of Ws.aflrea- bid game contract, Indi- jour willingness tain tbi Idea of alam. Q. vulnerable, and as South you hold: OT OA865 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East lA Pass 20 tO Pass 3 0 Pass 3 9 Fata What do you bid now? A diamonds. Do not maka tho mistake of blddtnc three, In trump. Partner was la nosltlon to mail that call him. fr In.tkmlt. bid hearts Instead. Q. vulnerable, and as South you hold: 410963 <9J832 The bidding has proceeded: North East 1 Dble. t What do you bid? holding isM Just ihort of lequlrenecla }or a redouble. An Immediate raise should be offered only on a land with, less card strengtn and more distributional values. You are forced lo compromise by passing lor the time being with Intention ot offering com.. MUUm ta Uu aut roml