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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LE1M9MIDGE HERALD Lawrence Lamb Dear Dr. Lamb I have rheumatic heart trouble and can't be very although I am able to do most of my housework. My legs give me lots of trouble.- If I walk out- side much the muscles in my legs hurt My family thinks I should walk a tot and take ex- ercises Will you advise I never see anything written about what a rheumatic patient can Dear Reader You are a victim of changing times in medicine Urging people to exercise mostly to patients or just plain people who have fatty cholesterol deposits in their arteries That includes most of us in the American population who are adult males and most women after the change in life By rheumatic heart disease is a rare problem That is interesting because two of the leading causes of heart disease 50 years ago were syphilis and rheumatic heart disease. Penicillin in particular almost eliminated syphilitic heart disease and sharply decreased the in- cidence of rheumatic heart disease But. just as medical science was conquering these problems our way of life and today atherosclerotic heart disease causing heart attacks and other problems is the big thing The diet the increased use of the lack of exercise all contributed in causing heart disease to remain a major health problem long after rheumatic heart syphilitic heart disease and even congenital heart disease were under pretty good control in modern societies I can't say for certain why your legs hurt when rheumatic heart disease affects the heart's ability to pump blood it limit how much blood you can pump to your legs Then if you exercise too your legs get sore Rheumatic heart disease can cause mild changes which don't limit exercise ability Some good athletes have had rheumatic heart disease it can damageithe heart until little exercisers possible The heart waives may be damaged causing leaky valves causing the heart to be inefficient one or more heart valves may be partially shut because of scar tissue that grows over the valve from the rheumatic in- volvement In many instances damaged valves can be replaced by heart surgery. Whether surgery is indicated or not depends a lot on the condition of the valves and the over-all health of the patient The heart muscle itself can also be damaged by the rheumatic process When the heart is damaged by rheumatic heart disease it may not be possible or desirable to increase exercise much. Each patient has to be studied carefully to find out exactly what he can do Cer- tainly individuals with this problem should not start a do- u-yourself exercise program. Exercise is good for people with rheumatic heart disease IF the heart is in good enough condition to permit it. But only a complete examination to evaluate your exercise tolerance can determine this Send your questions to Dr. in care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Enterprise Assn Fun with figures By J. A H HUNTER Joe had the map open. decide he said midway between Poulton and 28 miles from and it's 67 miles to the farm going through Brent Or there's that other straight road to it from and exact number of miles but rough what about this direct Ann pointed to the map also and an exact number of miles although I can't read the figures That would save a lot Sure it Joe agreed the ol'd bridge collapsed last week What was the direct dis- tance9 Yesterday's answer. SUMMER was 670091. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. 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North could do no less than raise to game with his strong hand and excellent trumps West led the queen ol East the ace and caught South s king K. was obiious thai the setting- tnck would be hard to find for the defense rlVo diamond trick seemed but in taking them East would set up dummy's long suit for all the discards declarer needed To the ilue.it ot dummv s lonjr suit I List H'.ilvi-d he nould knoi k oui iluniim s side enliies Thai uould imohe sairihunn a potential spade foi Kasi vvould to lead av fiom his of spades inio dummy's ace- quix'n Ilowew'i he leasoned. that he would not lie. able to score his king ot spades aimvav. ioi it was exUemely unhki'K ihat his partner could gei on lend to plav a spade ihiough dummv. Thus Ea'it made the devas- uiimg shiti to a and deilaiei bad no lecouise If he med to set up diamonds East would plav ond spade when ho won. ihe hist diamond tuck and the king of spades when he won i he second diamond Dummy bo forced to rutt with a hodit honor and We-it's jack nt heaits would take the setting tnck It would no better toi declaiei to draw uiinips betnie tm'ng to set up I he diamonds lie would have no ent to t he suit and by the time F.asi won the diamond mck his king of .spades would be established for the setting tuck Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon JULY 27 Your birthday Be bright and on the go to begin the set a trend Most of what you do comes almost too easily to be par- ticularly where the act is original and there's nothing to compare it to. require real you cannot be complacent Today's natives are capable of patient search for the truth ARIES 21-April Your rashness matches your impatience Hold onto your temper a bit longer. You have everything else going for happy auspices for entertainment TAURUS 20-May It's your turn to be con- ciliatory persuade rather than argue. If you must wait for anythingk do so in serenity. Home life is subject to minor inconveniences GEMINI 21-June Difficulties are amenable to although you must take the first tactful move You've been well ad- so put some moderate plan into action early CANCER 21-July Wishful the hanker- ing for something for nothing comes on strong Engross yourself in constructive work or creative play Any leisure moment is solely for rest. LEO 23-Aug. What seems irritating today is basically trivial Find the side through meditation lightly competitive pastimes offer much satisfaction. VIRGO 23-Sept. An old rivalry resurfaces Realize your comments sound sharper than you intend. Be serene and and you will prevail Avoid distractions while using mechanical equipment. LIBRA 23-Oct. Balances what was out comes what was in goes out Be even about money and its uses. Parents and older people require attention. SCORPIO 23-Nov. If you have 10 do so without putting emotional concerns aside A tactful approach makes all the attracts benefits not readily apparent. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. While people make up their concentrate on other matters. Be ready with your in any event Don't spoil good news with im- pulsive reactions. .CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Separate friendship from commercial considerations you'll never get out of a commitment made today. Later hours are given to a happy pursuit AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Leave material concerns see what other phases of daily living you've been slighting. Right the gain a broader perspective PISCES 19-March Stay away from formal final settlements. General politick- ing rounds out your current attracts important support Ask Andy Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to John age of for his question- How does an echo An echo is a bouncing sound A loud fans out and travels in all as far as it can go Along the way it grows weaker and finally fades away That if there are no impassable walls m its path For it cannot tavel through a steep solid cliff When the sound of the loud reaches this barrier in its it bounces back. In a few it echos a fainter in your ear. Sounds are somewhat mysterious because we cannot see how they work. They are an invisible form of energy that works behind the scenes Scientists talk about sound waves because the invisible energy travels along in tiny up and down. These mini-shivers are called vibrations In the this vibrating energy makes the molecules vibrate in step with it The jostling air molecules create the noisy sounds that reach our ears to create hearable the invisible energy must pass through something made of molecules This something is called a which may be gaseous air or liquid water or solid steel. Sounds cannot pass through an airless vacuum which is why you cannot hold an or- dinary conversation on the airless moon A loud is started with a punch of energy from your lungs. It starts vibrations in your voice box Various cavities in your mouth and head mold it into the shape of a word. When it exits through -your it fans out in all direc- jostling and vibrating waves and waves of air molecules As sound waves vibrate through the their energy spreads out and grows weaker. After a few hundred even a loud shout fades away into silence But something may happen between here and an echo may occur One good place to catch an echo is in a steep-sided canyon Its solid walls stand in the path of the spreading sound and it can- not get through The vibrating energy hits a steep cliff with a whack that makes it bounce right off This makes the streaming sound waves turn right around and travel back the way they came When they reach your you hear a fainter echo of your loud shout All forms of energy must obey certain traffic regulations Sound energy must obey certain speed limits as it travels through different mediums The speed of sound through ordinary air is about feet per second. Your loud travels at this speed to reach the ca- nyon wall and its echo returns at the same speed And therein lies a very clever measuring trick Shout your loud and start counting the seconds until you hear the echo If you have time to count to the journey to and fro must have been feet The distance between you and must be half which is 500 feet Radio and other forms of energy also make echos. And scientists have clever devices for measuring distances with echos. Sonar echos measure the depth of the ocean floor. Radar echos show the shapes and distances of planes and ships Radar beams also can bounce echos from the golden moon. Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS July 1974 A young Havana Fidel led a group of revolutionaries 21 years ago today in 1953 in an attack on a fortress held by army and police supporters of Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista NEVER MET A5K5UE OVER TO HER HOUSE NS SHE 5AH7TO ME BEHINPWWCK WHAT TO BE MAYBE SHE'S KINO OF LONELY. THEN AW6E E ISN'T LONELY SHORT MBS YOU MAV BE VILE AND WITH AM EVIL DISPOSITION. PERSONALLY 1 THINK VOU'REA BEAUTIFUL HUMAN BEING- HAVE GOOD TASTE HI AND LOiS BUT HE'S BUSY CLEANING HIS TAKING OUT THE ANP SHINING HIS AT THE MOMENT MY MOM TQLD YOU TO SAY THAT- BUGS BUSHY YA'LL LOVE HE'S A GREAT TALKER CLYDE SPEAK YOU CALL THAT TALKING WHAT IS YOUR OPINION OF THE IOMIC THEORY OF INTERPLANETARY RELATIVITY BLONDIE UKE THEM THE SEEN THEM ARCHIE HE'S LUCKY THE HIM ALIVE fj NO NJOT ONE HUMAN BEING ON AND WAS FULL US ALL TO THIS BEACH HE SWORE WAS DESERTED WHY JUGHEAD LEFT ALON THE HAGAR THE HORRIBLE RETIRED WHAT TO DO WITH THEMSELVES BEETLE BAILEY I HAVE OTTO SUARDIN6 OUR FOOP SUPPLIED LI'L ABNER WE'LL HAVE TOMBSTONE dAKE UP A CUTE TAKE -HOW KIN e INI HIS HOUR AH 15 OFF TO TANGLE WIF TH' M. GUTS TH' MODERN KIMDA WHICH AH TUMBLEWEEDS GREAT I SENPMWOUT TO VANQUISH A PUMP WON AN'TNE LION CAN'T I PEPENPON HANPLE THE AIL- RI0HTJ WHO FOR60T TO RftVIINP TO 0RING-MYARROW5B -JU CUT YOURSELF EH ;