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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE lETHBRIDBE HERAID Wedneidov, July 56, 197J YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, JULY 27 Your Birthday Today: Opens a producLivo year o[ normal growth, rewarding change. Romantic and social contacts thrive, promise mo- ments o( crisis and triumph. Material affairs fill much oi your time. Today's natives are often gifted writers, fond of learning for Its own sake. In maturity, they often choose to live alone. ARIES (March 21 April W: Remember (hat your skepti- cism may be taken as personal rejection, temper with tact. Creative projects bring merits. TAURUS (April 20 May Outsida actions lurn bright, if you havo the energy to press issues. Homo life, social pro- grams conflict with other de- mands. GEMINI (May 21 June Firm agreements elude final definition, are not to be forced. For you, a streak of contrary glee in all this. Allow lime for travel. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. serious disease Dear Dr. Lamb Recently I had pneumonia and an X-ray revealed I had emphysema. I was told to quit smoking (easier said than done) and now I find If I quit smoking there isn't any guarantee it will arrest the emphysema. To tell the truth, I'm not even sure what emphysema is or what happens to your lungs. Is this a serious disease or is it overdramatized? Could you tell me exactly what It Is and what happens if it continues to get worse and how a person would know. Does it progress rapidly? Dear Reader Yes, emphy- Is a very serious disease. To understand emphysema, you need to consider the lungs. The main windpipe, or trachea, di- vides into a right and left bron- chus. These two main airways continue to branch into smaller until they terminate in numerous little blind sacs called alveoli Think of these as little bottles. The bottle neck is the main location where emphyse- ma strikes. In emphysema, this opening becomes constricted to that It is difficult for air to pass In or out of the lung. The nature of breathing is such that this obstruction tends to trap air In the air sacs, causing them to be overdistended. This causes too much stale klr to be kept in the small sacs. Characteristically, the lungs of a person with emphy- are over-inflated, partially Oiled with stale air. Despite vig- orous exhaling, an excess amount of old air remains In the lungs. The arcumulation of old air without enough oxygen makes it difficult for the circul ation to get enough oxygen from the lungs to supply the body The severity of styptoms causcc by emphysema literally depend upon how much old air is trap- ped in the lungs. As the condi lion progresses, the absence o sufficient oxygen leads ty Alberta's minister of lands and forests Dr. Allan A. War- rack. The park had been closed for more than 18 weeks. During the early hours of Monday, March 13, a dog b.irk- ?rl at Iho door of the trailer lome of park warden Al Cliris- cnscn, warning of tho spread f ice-laden water over the park site. tHxling the warning, the wnrdcn, his assistant and their wives wncled through wnsle- decp Icy water to higher ground, fihcail of wntor which roso to 12 foot over the Mat depositing thousands of huge blocks of Icn and plnylng havoc with Iho park facilities. Dr. Caivkell heads Tory association CRANBROOK (Special) Okanagan Kootenay Progres- sive Conservative Association in annual meeting at Golden as central point, named Dr. Will Cawkell of Vernon president, and Gordon Jewitt, Cranbrook, executive secretary. Three member nominating committee from each side of this unwieldy constituency which stretches from Arm- strong to Mica Village to Field and Crowsnest and the Ameri- can boundary at Kingsgatc, will begin search for a list of poten- tial candidates for the federal election. SEEK TV HAN CALGARY (CP) Commer- cials advertising tho use of specific drugs should be banned from television, tho Canadian Society of Pediatrics decided here. The annual meeting was told that such advertising tended to crenlc an unnecessary dependence on drugs and en- couraged people to diagnose their own Illnesses. ON THE OTHER HAND, rWCT ISAIP AWTHIN6! TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan THIS IS ZERO WHEN I LOWER MV LANCE WE SWOOP TOWN UPON THE BLONDIE-By Chic Young 3 rtJL CALL BLONDIE JUST TO LET HER KMOW I'M THIWKING ABOUT HER BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker MAS CRANSEP eo Alt OP A SUDDEN PATRIOTISM WRp-PKiy woros Are USEP TO S6 CONSIDERED SOOP 15 BAP ANP BAP 600P. IM ALL NOTHIN8 is WHAT IT usep 'TtlATB WNNY. 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