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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 UTHBRIDGE HESAIO Tucidny, Mnrcli our oroscope By JEANS DIXON MAKOI S Ymir r t li tl loilny: U llio (ion of your growth this year. No ran !v Uheu for or just K'! drift. 1'lie goal this yetir must jM-adk1 alii y. the ivpi'alrd it ivally work, it is ilii1 (kiy's make tiood I'oiii- Ici'S, f'trn'p rri e r di'ulmii with tlislaul tVrivs Hum l host" ivarhy. AlUFS (M.m-h 1M Find practical LipiiliiMMun for frill tali'? IK- t'U' call booy's Tiu' fwrr ctunv in finiiK'es iho IvtU-r. T.U'IU'S 1 April Aluy BaUmee and bring >'mu' founts up to date: think over j tin1 coming year's program probable income. Aild sotni> thmg lo if possible. I.lHltA (Sqil. 2X Oct. I'ju'mmtcT wlih opinions quite dim-rent r u ni yours slumUl your intuition. Move di- rectly on jiny local issue when? mi a slake in tin1 out- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heart valves etui get blocked Drur Lamb f liavo recently been told I have mi- t ra! sU'itos a nd w ill mosl ;1 surgery in time. ler until finally it is so small that il begins to cause trouble in Ihe function of the heavt. Sometimes the mitral stenosis siom'io (Oct. NOV. :i v Conceal nut' on iimnediaie [ilii-'.itions of yuur skiMs, indud- iim u'bal you've from hobtuVs. sisiimt t'ougli and inn very nor- vims. tins re-bled lo (lie clis- What would ho done in Ukelv lutxl surgerv m tjme. 1 hacf rheumatic fever as child IS l'at ll'p ls which is what paused this con- as the emi of a cht'.cm. I have lived with it for Ihls. Insure to :tf veiirs enjoyed reascnah-: blljld UP he obstructed ly good heallh. Why then would i I niH'fi surgery? 1 have a per- SAC1TTAIUUS E'romisivs are quirk nnr) easy hut unrealistic when you j are the reci'mm; end. hi financial matters your intuition i is keen. CAJ'KK'OKX 22 ,lnn Follow up vesterdav's ac niciit of Tie limy s with blood. This indeed a cough wliich you complain of. It can also cause shortness of bveatb sur-eiy and what kind of re- i aiul sometimes people to coverv' is there'1 i up blood if one of the en- statement is correct aiuf lu.1 yc'i liave mitral stenosis. Ntnv, of course, f can't tell you bovr severe it is just on the lions to improve ttie progress m.ido. rd pro.ccl of the mformaHon Group of- your letter. r.VNv'KK (JLiiic -Jl -Inly 22': Clear n'.v.iy tirisli left- over ciMrcv 10 make rwxn r.i'd. for hv ai-i-inc I Kl) Muly 2.: Alii-. t'i'iiliircn ai'j.i yourtil pec pic do' nil you tl'iCsu. If wpj'd sound llie ciiiv .lime 'Jill: 11 things, bar- forts are favored for long-range! por the benefit of other ren- result s. ders, mitral stenosis involves AQL'AHIl'S (.Uin. 211 jn Ulp Q{ to see what happens j hc---, at tlie On0ning between before g i v i n your Otice morning's cross cur- rents are it'? a rather productive day. PISCES (l-Vh. 2111: There's ff> much to do fur (he futLire vcu scarcelv have time gorged blood vessels ruptures. Whether a person' needs sur- gery or not a lot on how big the opening is. If there is very little obstruction siirgery can be poslooiied or avoided. The qneslion of surgery de- pends on the nature of the de- fect in the valve. Sometimes the scar tissue between the two leaflets is merely cut away so that the leaflets can move nor- tlie upper sac-like chamber; maily agahl aml there will be called Ihe left artrium ami Hie a normal opening. This ran be lower heavy pumping chamber done by a little hole in called the left ventricle. Tins part of the heart valve is formed by two big or wjth IcLiflcis Eiiri when the two lea- blade on the finger gradually ves close tcgellicr it prevents j freeing Ihc two leaflets from i the backflow of blood when the i crir tiqtmp A frc'd I lie Farn ily and the nrt sc; [isiainfcL hari njj j l Ti'.e iij.SfjfL-i live iti a o: their o'.vn, v.'H'n lhe same snrt P[ problem.? lhat pc-.ntr t h c larger animals. Somo insects are victims oi other injects, some are of other incccts. Jn (his world of sir.all crea- hrjncy is n.s precious a; gold j'J-st about all of them may he lemp'c-d to it, Tne [H-ii.s often arc1 liny ants, seu r rv in ro1. UK! i n search of groceries anr{ vari- ous ether items liuit may ijc useful their nest a. When an ant finds her inlo a Ix'ohivc, a uJ her si.vfrrs is S-VJIT tn follow. li I he ljff.-s (In rot thc-m. trir-y finr! tiir arirl star; to feast, on iKc honc-y. But al- most ab.vay.s the: ht-e.i do notice them ar.d lake ftrocious ,ric- tic-n, ]n a thriving hive of pc-r- hftps ant.s do not stand a chir.ce. As a rule. the first fire driven aivay by ihf; b e e puardinu the entrances. Those that Tr.anrjift- to r-ncak a-e by trams of nurFctnaid arjd worker hc.s. A ftv.- of the: ants may faUd IxfC- slinks, though i.s not Kadi b- e a of fLc-ree rnar.dibl-rs ;UKJ most cf the anu f-ot fatally bit. lems wish ants ant! other pro j dators. But a large, thriving init rvf i usually copes vrith tlieni, i Small colonies arc less fortun- ale. Elcrdes of ants may over- i tlie limited bee popuNation and steal llio honey. Then, j -.vhen winter conies, the twos i'in shnrt of supplies and the j whole colony may starve be- fore sorinti return.! with more i plk it ion of vhcutnatie fever, form over these two leaf- lets until they become bound, together and can't open proper- U Ih s obstructs the opening between the upper and lower pait of the heart and the re- duced opening of the mitral valve is then called mitral stenosis, Tlie changes in the valve occur slowly after rheumatic fever, everyone who has rbeumatk- fever develops it, The SIT.dual change makes tho nen Qstores, crazes Ky PAL'L PAIUS (neuter) The Fi'oncii have a passion for mimirkinc foreign, hut their latest Amer- Questions asfced ctiH'hen of tier a Id readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box ?65, Kuntinglon Bcac'a, ican drviRstorc anil the California 02613. i llrilish-typc their talent for adding a Gallic j touch to almost anything they import. (Copyright Chronicle Co. 1972) GOREN ON.BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN (o lira: ftr TH N o r I fa South vulnerable, eals. NORTH A 5 32 q J 10 9 C A K S AZ EAST A 10 s V K s J 2 O J 10 7 i I 4 3ft WEST A J H A 6 S 8 A K J 7. SOUTH A A K Q 6 V T 0 9 a 2 A Q 16 6 3 The bidding; .Soulh U'as1; Pass 1 A J'ass 2 7'nss 3 A West Pass Pass Pass Pass North l 1 NT 2 A Pass fu arldilion, i t h l ri n fil i: f OL' so oi hf r slippfipr' Mihst.'tnco rloes no harm to I he environ rnc n t. A tram of for fig- through cJefenrses anrl bother the So to m.'ike sure, a arkfs an extra trr.p. He sets out purs nf tacky j oil, just wiicrc the ?mLs have to j cross to f-ntc-r thf: hive. This completes the defense prooran? leaves rnisy bets (rec- to lay in thrir siorrs of honey. They are induce- nient lo prrxjirrr rill tbr- plies lo support, tho re- (Hict'f! h'.vc during lhe coming plus a generous p'.ns for ci.i srnru't [HImans knfAv this .-r'-crot, II o n e y ;ust lo he of Iho-.o rare th'it r for iih bees have greaUrr Opening load: CJuecn of O A team of Goren Stars de- feated the Dallas Aces, cur- xent V.'orld's Bridge Champi- on, in the KCmi-finals of a tournament recently conclud- in Las My Hreup consisted of JJoris Koytchou. Peter [xiventritt. Harold Ofjuit. Bil! Hoot and Howard of New York City and Bill Seaman of N'orth fleach, and altho they eventually bowed in the final round to Italy's legendary Blue Team-it may be ob- served lhal Lhis loss lo agpregalinn that won the Vorld's Title from 1957-1953 sml again from be- fore retiring for the next two Today's hand was taken from the finals and netted a to ihe Kalians. The presented in the dia- gram occurred at the table vhere the Goren Stars held the North-South cards. North had a close decision whether or not lo carry on lo game r.vrr thret spades and his de- cision lo pass was perhaps by his anemic Irump holding, i The queen of diamonds was opened and the king was played from dummy. Declar- er could fount eight top Iriclcs, provided Inimps di- vided favorably--Five .spades, (wo diamonds and one club, A ninth Uick iruzht rbadilv from ruffing B club Jn dummy or else finding a cJub honor in the East hand. At trick two the ace of clubs was cashed followed by a small club. Unfortunately for declarer, the suit re- sponded in a most unfavora- ble manner. South played the ten of clubs and West was in with the jack. The latter returned a third round on which dummy discarded tho six of diamonds and East ruffed with the right of spades. The ace of hearts put West in to play the king of clubs and he was permitted to hold Lhe trick as North and East took discards.. West exited with, a dia- mond to tho ace and South proceeded to draw two rounds trump. When East showed out, declarer attempted lo ruff out lhe nine of diamonds however, West trumped in with Uie jack of Epades to score the setting (rick. At the other table, the Ital- ians Lid up to four spades once again the queen of diamonds was the opening lead. Walter Avarelli, whose (arecr dates back to the original Italian lineup that defeated my leam in the 1957 Title Match, won the trick: with dummy's king, flaying for 10 tricks, he decided lo develop dummy's hearts. A trump was led at trick two and the A-K-Q of drew lhe outstanding cards in the suit. A heart was Jed, West played (he five, Korth the nine and Kar.t was in with lhe king. Ha shifted to the nine of clubs which was covered by the ten, jiclt, and ace, Avarelli now 3ed the queen of from dummy and discarded a small club as "West went in with the ace of hearts. The latter could cash the king of cluhs for the Uiird defensive trick, but dummy's were now established for more than enough discards und lhe ace of diamonds was the entry card to reach the (North hard. i The scored 620 points for scoring a vulnera- ble game at one table and 100 points for defeating Ibe part score contract at the othflr. The first drugstore in Paris the top of the fashionable Champs Ely sees.......was opened in 195U and since then about 20 more have been buill or are being planned. Tho pub boom started late, when a .stately private home just off tho Champs Elysees was converted into the Win- ston Churchill Pub in 1966. Since then about 30 pubs, in- chiding Lc Cockney tavern ami Lc Red Lion, have sprung up across Paris. The Winston Churchill of- fer.; its smartly-dressed cus- tomers a pint of English draught beer and a "city lunch" of roast beef and york- shiro pudding. But there the similarity to lhe British pub ends, SKRVK The Churchill stays open from a a.m. to 2 serves a breakfast with "lo rice cris- pier" and has in delicate vari- elics of tea for the clients. British pubs, re- stricted by licensing laws, are only open for about nine hours a day. Tne brash ar.d colorful drugstore, just 200 yards from tin Churchill, woutrl not disap- point the American expecting tn find any tiling from a packet of aspirins to a banana split. In addition to a pharmaceu- tical section anrl a snack bar, the French drugstore serves smoked salmon and caviar and boasts a cinema, a record .shop and a clothes boutique. i Its decor is modernistic and it is always crowded, I The French version has j been so popular with Ameri- can that in 19GG a ''drugstore a la I-Vancaisc" was opened in I.os Angeles. The owners of the Champs Klysces drugs torn also ex- ported nne to Madrid. KNWV.S HIS HAMHUnGKR.S The l-'reni'h often scorn American cooking as stodgy and starch-ridden, hut the manager of the Champs Blys- ecs drugstore has realized the commercial possibilities of that symbol of American cuis- inethe hamburger. The puijs often cater to rich young businessmen in search of a place lo take a client or a Until the pub's ap- pearance on the Paris scene, only were the glaringly iicnn-IiL rare or the American style bar, which is often so dimly lit it is difficult lo find n (hair. The Winston a menu I hat offers such tradi- lional pnlj fare as Knglish sausages or vca! and ham pic the have de- veloped a Uistc for crooking which Ihcy previously abhorred. W 't'OD KNOli) THAT WE JPtNP ONE-TKIRP OF CWK LIVES I'M GOIN6TO PiPN'T HEAR WAT -'T? TUMBUWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan HOP OVER ANP CAN SEE THE HEAP- LINES PARfcS SOtJUCOWPOY TELLS ALL rW WHAT A YARN" SAP! WHAT A CAN SEE TOB REPORTER IS WRN! PAPER PUP BECOMES NEWS HOUNPreAP! WHAT PA1VWSJ WHAT PATHOSJ BLONDIE-By Chic Young valve or, if need be, remove it and replace it with a mechani- cal valve. The recovery varies a greal deal depending UJKHI Hie r e s I of the sl.ittis of the heart, individual and which operatic i.s performed. In general there have been very good result.! from this operation. I do rec- ommend lhat heart surgery be carried out in a large medical center, s' mply bectnisc large centers (i" considerably more cases anil therefore have mere "''l WAITER- I f- J BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walkor iVe SOTTA HAVE A I'VE JU5T 50TTA.'.' Ill ABNER-8y Al Capp K1 RALPHIE" HE LIKEWISE OMLF.SS WESOLVESTH LIKES FLAT MOSES, 15IRRITATED I "ROTTEH SO MIME IS NOW ATTH'SIGHTS NO DOGPATCH KlD'tL REACH VOPUWBPOKE Bob Montana WKtttrt YOUR WIS3BEAZLY, WHftTTHE DEVIL IS HI AND LOIS-8y Dik Browna SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ;