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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wodnmdoy, February 23, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON (Mnrc'n il-April hands. You may overrun yoiir lira lime It) pin down faTiiily nieinlK.'rs' on domestic :s. plans for the fu- vv.i11..; is a lure, bahiiiciup Imme silua- ennHion- I lions. 1'oiiM-riy deals, prospects oi'Vr intense I for chrripi's are favored. Ivjond iviuil.ir TM'Ul'S (April 20-May jc.ii don't dis- IJint no leaf is unturned in vour st'aivli for needed infor- mation. clinncc meetings [irr apt io provide leads for useful fans. CIOMIM (M.'iv Jl-Junc Take Ihe dav inlo your own LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. off surgery p after seizure l'-r. I Jim a recovery, we are talking about 1. in >'F middle age. Reconily, postponing surgery for about a I'uVirl altai-k. IIou long j fu c montlis. ii.-i I io have my teeth e n I a 1 work really doesn'i pose much threat to your dentist will need to ycur medicines. budget: and glnrl you did. VenLurt'some projects promise well. C'ANCKK UIIIH- 'Jl-July Settled ajTaiigemiMils escalate Lo a lutrlu-T level df income and outgo, improving prospects. Al- low an urge Io reach out as you may attract very interest- ing people. LEO (.Inly Fol- low a conservative 'course1; what you have rerenUy taken on with your own Icslwl [minds in key spots. VIRGO (Arig. 23-Scpt. >ou liavi- been doing recognilion if no- hudy is ic'jlirm your horn, loot it ynnrsolf. firing in friends, re- deem social favors. UltRA (Sept. 2.'1 Oct. 221: Get to the point in response to current, invitations, projKJsals. Early diligence should stretch into "a long day, with results in proportion. ih'j'.r There is no rule. It depend? on the re- covery a person makes after Somc medicines used to prevent a heart snack and the nature pajn during dental procedures Ihe denial j can cause some problems in Many years ag'j I did a study highly senstive individuals, bul (in the risk patients had from allowing Ihe patient to have the of their heart while rnrii-rcoins a variety oi surgical procedures, many of pain sometimes causes just as much danger. Another point that will need i iii IJUIIIL LiiciL win ueuu bo considered is Aether you ing at meral hundred cases an oiil heart, nllack did not, preclude major surgery. As a rule-, it is well to wail for at three months after initial reroverv from a heart pttack before having any signi- ficant surgical procedures. II you approximately a month and B hilf for initial Health plan for oimg travellers OTTAWA i IT i The health ricpartnienl Tuesday announced a natinn'.urlc program to help transient youth vith nutrition and other health matters during the summer months. A statement by Health Minis- ter IMunro says clinics will oe set up in various centres fre- quenled hy travelling youth. Physicians, mu-ses, nutritionists End dental hygienists will be times even Ihe aspect of having available for counsel. the blood pressure taken. The program on medicines to prevent blood clotting (anticoagulants) which arc commonly given to patients after they have had a heart attack. Dear Dr. Lamb I have a blood pressure problem and it goes up and down. I have heard this kind is worse than if it stays up all the time. Is this true? Is my chance of having a stroke or heart aflack better than most. I am taking medi- cine for it and my nerves. am aiso overweight and on a diet to lose, and am doing as I am told. Three heart tracings were normal. Please let mo knoiv the facts on my condi- tion. My highest reading has been 185 over 110. Dear Reader Individuals who intermittently have norms! or near normal blood pressures and other times have high blood pressure arc usually better off than those people who have sustained high blood pressure. Lots of the fluctuations in blood pressure can bo related to life situations and tensions some- SCORPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov. Given incentive, nearly all I urn out and do their best. Be neilh- pr first nor last in the scramble for success today. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Agreements inluclc many technicalities. Gel the story before you Ro ahead. Common sense prevails. CAPRICORN (Dec. Make peace, he handy where others are seeking an in- troduction or a po-bi-lwcoii. Your work organizes morn readily, is likely profitable in spcial siiblle ways. AQUARIUS (Jan. Improvements in your skills and equipment are indi- cated fairly reliable prom- ises of more. Proceed in good Io do your best. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mnrcb Clieerful moods are the norm today. Remember to do enough to keep things in good order so the moods ride on bright and smooth. (ia72: Hy The Chicago Tribune) operate from June 19 (o Oct. 20 in clin- ics r.lonc Trans-Canada Highway and in cities such as Montreal, Toronto and Vancou- ver The program will be operated by Nutrition Canada which was formed in October. 1970, to look into ihe nutritional health oi Canadians. The fact that your blood pres- sure is at the level you state and still fluctuates apparently to considerably lower levels would suggest that you are less likely to have a stroke than in- dividuals willi sustained high blood pressure. One of the best things you can do is to lose ex- cess weight, so I am pleased to hear that you are doing so. GOREN ON BRIDGE EY CHARLES H. GOREN [e BT Tin Chlrjr. TrltNM] BRIDGE QUZ ANSWEBB Q. vulnerable, South you hold: TQSG5S OQ972 4! The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 J NT What do you bid? apeak nn-.v H may become Inex- pedient In rirt laler. Partner shr.uld mil play you Bubslan- lial valuer sinro you Jailed cj. vulnerable. as South you hold: CQ10 7 2 CKJ8R4 2 A7 S The bidding proceeded: 'Nr.rlh KasL South West 1 A T.ISS I XT Pass 3 A Tass What do you bid now? Partner's jump rehid n spaces Is nnl foreinc nnd you Tinve nhonl Ihe lensL that the laup cluce a Kiin-.e, parl.ier would prob- ably Maya been to blfl It Q. vulnerable, as South the dealer you hold: OAT 4 What is your opening bid? In? v-lln 14 points. Thll Is a pre- pared bid 10 ayiild lulure bidding ri 71 ynu nrrn rie.irL and partner iwn rt TinTflt. yru will fjnd Ihe the rclid cltfm.U'ly rot to your laste. Q. J-As South, vulnerable. ynu hold: The bidding hns proceeded: Norlli Soulh Wpsl I Pass I NT Puss Pass Whnt dn you bid now? A n Miriilflnllal onn If to Ir.ke on" l-irlher step r. ir Is for Ihren Man no trump. The bidding has proceeded: North East South West I <3 1 A TISI 1 NT Pass What do you bid now? definitely not the no trump tyjM and preference should be given tc reblddlnc good six card lull oycr returning to partner'! hearla. Q. 6 Neither vulnerable, as South you hoH: OE2 41 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 A Dbtc. 4 5 V S 5 N'T T'aS3 C Pass Pass What do you hid nowT spades. Your spade hold- BtronRly succcsu that nn tricks can be taken In that suit against six clubs anrl partner's tai'.iirc to double ind'ralf-s that hs has lew defensive values on tha Klde. The save should not loo expensive. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AAQJ10.1 CSSI CKQ3 The bidding has proceeded: South West North Ensl 1 A Pass 2 Pass 3 O Pass .1 A Pasr 4 J. Pass I Pasi p I Wliat do you bid row? t spades. Since partner U'RS strong enoiifh to flrit bid h1! own suit and mbaequrnTly ralic jours, hope ilnrn should corn K ihe heart .iltuatlon end evfrhlrlrtlng the fismc In simdcn iiricr Mir olhfr nulls have brcn mentioned will clearly Mk rnrt- ncr to v. on If he no mom 0. Bolh vulnerable, a.i SonLh you hold: Stomach protection Andy sends a complete 20- volurr.c1 sel of the World Book Encyclopedia (o Scott Pryor, age 11, of Grand Mich- igan, (or his question: Why dot'sn'l the stomach di- gest itscll? The amazing digestive sys- tem is an orderly series o( chemical rroc'csses. SLej) one bcgms in the This stretchable pouch secretes a corrosive acid strong enough to up Ihe molecules of meaty proteins. It also can dis- solve zinc. These facts Tvers known a century ago and ever since then people have been wondering why Ihe stomach if I not by its civn powcr- ful juices. The slomach secretes the di- j gestive ju'ce pepsinogen ,-md hydrochloric acid, one of the mast corrosive acids. Obvious- ly it has a system of defenses Io prcLccL itself oini juices, rtherflise it be di- gested alcng wilh the food. Us defense system is The major protection is a layer of special cells thst line even' pin- point of the stomach walls. The second defense Ls a fast re- building system that comp'etely renews this protective lining every three clays. Under a powerful microscof e, (he stomach wall appears crink- led with folds and denied with pits. Neat little bumps, crowded cheek to cheek, cover the entire surface. These bumps arc ep- ithelial cells that form the de- fensive barrier. Like all cells, they have thin membranes that allow certain chemicals to filter in and out. Epithelial membranes are thought to be thin layers of fatty substance that prevent tire strong gastric juices from getting through to digest the stomach walls. These juices are manufactur- ed in glandular cells dosper in the wall tissue. They ooze through tiny tubes that form tliose tiny pits on the surface. Both the lubes and their pitted openings are coated with pro- teclive epithelial cells. The moist stomach lining, including the glanduai and epithelial cells, is called the mucosa. The surface memberanes of the mucosa do not allow mole- cules of hydrocholoric acid and prpsinogen to pass throuph. However, this barrier may broken, by the action of hydrogen ions in ccr t a i n chemicals. Experiments s gest that epithelial membranes may be destroyed by detergent type subitances. As a rule, the barrier is repaired right a-my with new cells. But il the dam- age is severe. EII ulcer forms r.r.d the corrosive juices really do start riigcstirig Ihe stomach. Researchers are investigating otbt'r substances that may dam- age the stomach's lining. Two such chemicals may be diges- tive juices used by the small intestine. Normally the diges- tive process is a one-way street. But sometimes Ihe mixture from below erup'.s into the stomach, bringing bile salts that may damage the protec- tive epithelial membranes. If this happens often, the mucosa may be unable to keep up with the repair work. Then iLs un- protected cells are at the mercy of (he s t o m a c h 's digestive juices. Questions asuefl Dy cnOTion of Herald readers snould be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box J55, HunllngtOD Beacij, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) New device for cripples 0 in iSrnilh you hold. 4KQIOT13 OC2 The bidding has proceeded: Went North East South Pass 1 A Whnt do ynu hid? A no Irump. Tlil.t hfinrt nil rnniiRh In hid M tha Iwo Icvfl, yet inmii nrilnn mint hn Ijken. Thn only bid RVillnhlA it nne no Irnmp whifh hand r.inelnd (mm 1 tn n TORONTO fCP) A new de- vice that enables the disabled to type by using a beam of light was demonstrated here by two students in wheelchairs who are unable to use their hands. Tan Campbell, 24, studying po- litical science and history at the University of Toronto, who has crrohml palsy, typed hy moving his heed. The light, attached to his forehead like a miner's lamp, operated an electric type- writer. John Rippon, 29, paralysed in all ]imb-i hy a car accident 14 years ago, was able to hold the light in one hand to operate the keyboard. The demonstration of the sys- I tern, called Pilot (for palient-in- itiatrd, light. npcr.ilcd lole-con- -was sponsored hy ihe Rr- habililalion Foundation for llic Disabled and held at the On- tario Crippled C h i I cl r c n 's Centre. The lypewritcr keyboard Is formed of photo-sensitive cells that arc activated by a beam of light from the small lorch. John Meyers, a spokesman for llic foundation, said that with experience a patient, using head movement could "far out- pace a one-finger typist." He said llic system could also be hooked up to opcrale n (etc- J vision sot or (urn on lights fo I that