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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IfTHBRIDGE Thursday, MnicS 16, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE i i ritmAV. MARCH n Your birthday today. a year of average pro- gress, in which net so much depends on what you do but lhi> methods you use. Healthy wishes attract sound an- swers, reasonable fulfillmenl. occasional tn o rn e n t s of drama. Much of the emphasis is oti material considerations, setting aside reserves for fu- ture uses. Today's natives many friends and many enemies, leave feu- people lukewarm or undecided. ARIKS (Mnrell Tlicre's enough dividing the world already without your and brashness adding to it. Pray for peace and patience among people. TAURUS (April 20-Moy 201: So muL'h can be said so quickly By JEAN6 DIXON (continued to disturb your GICMIM Olny 21-Jinu world. A bright moment in n secret venture arrives so maintain surface calm. Travels arc em- phasized according to your in- dividual life. CANCEH (June 21-July Put all resources on the line early, get as much done as you then be patient with the LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. I Reader questions on sedimentation Pear Dr. Lamb After a! (red) and unoxygenated week of hospital tests for pos-; blood. This is a birth defect o! sible arthritis or rheumatism I hi heart. Surgeons correct this (negative) my doctor said my by closing the hole. Then cir- blood had a high sedimentation j culation proceeds normally. Yes, there is such a thing as a heart cough, but with success- ful surgery behind you it is un- likely that you have that prob- lem.' A person who has fluid in the lungs often has a cough. in so few words it is important meltable slowdown of later to think twice. Distant people] hours. LEO (July 23-Aug. Pcr- soiul concerns get in the way of business. Take the day off if you can, You will have to go over the day's doings later. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Scpt. Serf-expression, creative urges upset schedules a bit. Recon- cile the discrepancies where you can, favoring the new over the old. LIBRA (Sopl. 2.1-Oct. It's a great day for trouble-shoot- ing, but not for policy making or firm declaration of intent. Pvsctiality may be beyond easy reach. SCOHl'IO (Oct. Be bill let others supply the energy to turn Ihc wheels of social doings. Lillle is gamed by editing extra de- tails to your work. SAGITTARIUS (.Nov. 22-Dcc. Family pride is due for an uplift. Take a holiday from your long-set pi'rsonnl habits; try getting out of old pathways if yon travel. CAPRICORN (Per. K-.Iall. Pay clcse attention to fam- ily afffairs: diverse emotions need understanding. Work rou- tines fire slightly above normal. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. .Strangers offer sugges- tions which relate to their wel- fare, not yours. Home arrange- ments are up for revision be fluent in changes. PISCES (Feb. 19-March As long as you realize that seemingly permanent settle-] merits made today are unlikely to work out, you're in good or- der. {1372: By The Chicago Tribune) If fOU HIT A HOME Tom K. Ryan HAVE WRITER'S CRAMP, It PRESCRIBE COMPLETE WeSTjj FOR YOUR WRITING HANP.. V STOP WRITING-! STOP SCOTTJ MAW I WHAT ABOUT MY CAUSTIC, f MV LATEST AN CALL-INS WBURY MY AT BKUI5SP IM rate. What effect does this have on one's health and what can be done to lower it? Dear Reader The sedimen- tation rate is a very nonspecific test. If you put something in the blood to keep it from clot- tine. the red blood cells will gradually settle to the bottom of the tube. Hence, the term sedimentation rate. As the cells begin to settle, the clear fluid or plasma is left at the top o! the tube. The reading on the sedimentation rate is read by the height of the column clear fluid above the red cells that forms in one hour. The cells fall or form a sedi- mem more rapidly in the pres- cnee of infections. This can bo anything from pneumonia to You may have some irrita- tion or inflammation of your lungs left over from the anes- thetic and surgery phis the care you received after sur- gery. If this is the case it should gradually disappear. B.C. executive 111 _. Pill l prostate infection. The sedi- mentation rate is also in j SUVA, Fiji (AP) Canadian creased in the presence of a businessman Frank Zenti is the recent heart attack, rheuma- toid arthritis, rheumatic fever, and even in the presence of cancer. The rate will actually change during the course of an illness and these changes are some- times used in guiding the ther- apy. The test has been used to tell how soon patients could be gotten out of bed when they had rheumatic fever. As the rheu- matic activity subsides, the sedimentation rate returns to normal and the patient can be allowed to get out of bed to resume more normal activity. Treatment depends on the cause. If there is no evidence of disease or disability any where it might bo ignored. In cidenfly, sedimentation rates fend to be higher in women than in men. Dear Dr. Lamb Is there such a thing as a heart cough? I am recovering from open heart surgery for an atria 1 sep- tal defect. Some days are good and some aren't. My big prob- lem is the cougli. My doctor tells me I am no longer a car- diac patient. Dear Reader For the bene- fit of other readers, the atrial septal defect is a hole between the two upper chambers (atria) of the heart and it allows mixing of oxygenated centre of a row over the Fiji government's immigration de- partment, Leader of Fiji's parliamen- tary opposition, Siddiq Koya, called for a complete overhaul of the department following its refusal to let Zenti, of Port Al- berni, B.C., into Fiji. Zenti is a director of Fiji wood products companies. Union Woods of Fiji and Union Industries of Fiji. Immigration officials refused to let him back into the country when he returned from a New Zealand trip. Koya described the situation as and spoke of "tinpot" members of the de- pa r t m e n t who had become "kings." Koya is a lawyer and Zenrj'i legal representative. In Port Alberni, Mr. Zcnti's wife, Verna, said her 33-year- old husband had been in the Soulh Pacific for about three years and bought two Fiji busi- nesses about a year ago. She said her husband's trou- bles stemmed from the fact the Fiji government is trying to take over some foreign-owned businesses and is putting obsta- cles in the way of owners who try to operate them or sell them independently. Balance of nature Andy sends a complete 22- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia lo Al Peters, of Houston, Texas, for his question: What do they mean by the Bal- ance ot Nature? Ecologists mention the bal- ance of nature, especially when warning us not to upset it. Na- turally, we wish to strive for a better world by preserving our environment. But this balance of nature theme may seem somewhat mysterious. Actu- ally, the expression is much older than the word ecology. People used it ages ago, when most of them were not to sure how it really worked. Let's take a science fiction Journey into the far future. A couple of billion years from now, earthlings will be seeking a new home planet because their glorious aging. Space sun will travelers be will scout Oie Galaxy to iind earth- type planets near younger suns. Now and then, one of these space explorers will be lucky. Suppose he locales an uninhab- ited planet with land and BLONDIE-By Chic Youns I LET- HIM TALK LONG ENOUGH, HE TALKS IMSSLF our TH'OSS THINGS GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES IT. GOREN 1C lift: BrTX curaia Tn'Knt] Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A J32 V J 104 A 7 1 3 K106 tVEST EAST A A K 10 8 S 3 7 5 Sweden will give 5i5 million in aid to North Vietnam in its budget year, Foreign Minister Krister Wiclrman has told the Swedish Vietnam Committee, SURPRISE.'WHILE VOU ;RE our i CLEAN UP My ROOM SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY THE WHOLE WC2LP SSSV.5 TO BE NOTHING BUTAVAST EXPANSE OF 5OJLEP WINDOWS! ;