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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Thundoy, March 2. YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE D1XON KHIDAY, JIAltClI 3 Your birllulay tortuv: Self- idequacy becomes your goal in the comparatively m i 1 d crosscurrents of the year ahead. Wherever are de- pended on pariiaibr poop.e or a specific state of iiff.nrs. you owe it in yourself to de- velop an alternate course within your own competence. Today's natives invest long pair-tstaking effort in a'.l they seriously undertake, often wiih motives beyond any form of material reward. ARIES (March '.'1 April 19V Expect whims about changing your home. Most of Ike aren't your idea but theres little you can moro i reasonable effort. Solitude this evening may be unusual but 2, ;ales- mont cwnios hij'.her th.m you'd on pert-onal life JKMIM o hi an llv is lo ict care- less or lie: hoM of your- self MX! NAi steady. You'll be dad C.YNCKK i.l mif -1 You srv v.o iv. ore impulsive than the w o r 1 d .aeneral today. IXin't If. 2 f.MJKi lead yc-j to ek-nib? you've been sure :ilxx" t.KO (.li... :3-AoS. 521 You can sell jvything with a Televisit. plan, iiiftugural-ed by Ji os pit a I LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Disease makes infants old people nr Lamb In a recent somes and inheritance, it is which was read to a group oi m (hal student nurses, was an article ;.QU read about describing two children who j js in any way similar afflicted with a disease j is Werner's syndrome. Tills di- ttsually appears for the nee apid aging with most of these individuals dying at about 40, already with the changes we attribute (o age. MONTREAL one- way system called Televisit has gone Into operation at Montreal General Hospital, allowing patients for the first time lo have "visits" froin persons not allowed to visit certain wards. "It's a great answer to the dilenxma of children a hospital spokesman said. "And it should provide, some relief to the number o! visitors on the floors." The system permits tho patients ijoth to see and hear iiis visitor. The visitor simply picks up a phone in front of a tele- vision monitor in the Iwspital lobby and he appears on a television screen in the pa- tient's room. were that caused them to age pre- i sease usually appears or t mat ,.J first time in late adolescent maturely. They had all o! the d symptoms of old age including breakdown of skin and body processes, deepening of tne voice and matured sexual or- gans. Unfortunately, none of us can remember the name of it. We would apreciato any help you might give. Dear Reader T have no way of knowing what medical journal you may have read but you are probably referring to the disease progeria. This is a very rare disease that turns Infant's into old people. Aging starls in mfancy and suddenly you have a little old man. L'su- nllv these patients die in their early teens. Their skin will be- come wrinkled and sagging. They will be bald or their hair will be gray. Many of them die of heart disease. There are only about 50 cases of this problem recorded in the medical literature and they are of particular interest because they may serve as a model foi aging. That is, they may give us some new clues as to what goes wrong in the body's chem istry or the chemistry relatec to heredity that causes aging After all, with the more ad vanced knowledge that has de veloped concerning the chromo- inn: you probably don't hat he is selling, and have omcthing better to do than stcn. LIBHA hat we attribute to age ar< chemical changes v.hicl can be altered then one miph suppose that a state of pcrpct ual youtli or early maturity could be realized, A lot of the things we now call aging may simply be di- sease. We have come lo accept in our society that it is all right for older persons to be sick, "it is just part of being wliile in fact it may be just as much an illness as leukemia in young people or rheumatic fever. The body cells are very com- plex and function by chemical process that appear to go awry resulting in the changes we call agirg, but which in point of fact may occur decades be- fore true aging really should occur. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [e CMcw TribijiiJ East-West vulnerable. South leals. NORTH A G53 82 0 A Q 7 e A Q J 10 3 EAST A A Q J 1 1 <3 J 10 0 2 4. 8 fi 4 2 East Pass Pass WEST A 987