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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGE Monday, May 7, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, MAY Tour birthday today: gurates a campaign for Inau- a bel- ter We. intuition leading i.he way. Emotional tks deep- i en by sharing activity in both vocation and hobbies. Today's natives progress thru many levels of development, often MVn tn Achieve wisdom be- 1 yond their time. JIB j "AKIKS March 21 April j Financial maneuvers are best i left to experts with their money. In any creative endea- vor an unstructured approach (April 20 May i are two powerful rea- j You may be getting less than A good mushroom s to jgnore the mlBhroom you deserve from the resources Ask Andy Andy sends a complete 20- Toluroe set. of the Merit Stu- dents Ecncyclcpedia to Joan Martin, age 12. of Frederic- ton. New Brunswick, for her question: Row can you tell a mush- room from a bad one? The first breath of spring whispers a signal to members of the fungus family, sleeping soundly underground. It's time for them to arouse and make plans for thir next generation. And after a few gentle warm showers, up pop multitudes of contest. The species we select may be deadly and even a safe- ly edible species is almost sure to be infested with bugs. Com- at hand. Home affairs require immediate attention. GEMINI (May 21 June Cut costs. Most of the day's mercial mushrooms are grown incidents puzzle you because under the most finicky condi- j you're looking for complicated tic-ns. Even so. on rare occas-! exnlanations to ordinary mat- L1BRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Finally, you have a good one to share with your friends note who is helping, and who is out frolicking. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. See how practically you can deal with partners and home situations. Put in applications. formal announcements, but make sure you express emo- tional dedication. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Uec. Nothing seems securely fastened at the moment. Check your interests early, stay at it. Loose ends can be secured by simple, direct methods. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan f LOOK OVER 7H6RB, I V COWPOY.' I commercial foods they usually (June 21 July Make use of a brief chance to venience involve some incon- with you meeting are inspected b efore, during I correct an error. Investigation i and after they go to market. vou interesting details _____ Nothing of course is 100 per j about somebody you cherish. cent perfect, but the safest! LEO (July 23 Aug. You mushrooms are those you buy j must produce or let somebody a neat and clean vegetable else do it. Any pretenses you've made '.rill be tested. Your spe- others more tihan halfway. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. IS': Tempers are volatile, yours included, and there's no place for letting go yet. Let everyone speak for himself. PISCES (Feb. 19 March are ed-- o ones taste deiiciow T Other, are may be almost as j cjal attention at home is ap- j Speculation includes wishful if you keep all the rules. The j predated. domestic species is Agaricus VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept, j thinking. Be moderate, pursue j details and routines, standard IT'S A LITTLE IIWIAN SITTING ON A POGi BLONDIE-By Chic Young mildly upsetting and some are: campetrfe and you grow it from !The taU story sweeps all ranks. deadly dangerous. On the sub- sPawn- Rule one is to j See that you add nothing to it ject of sampling wild fungi, Andy's advice is a double-dou- ble DON'T. Every year s few people who foolishly sample wild mush- rooms die from doing so. This year, there may be more cas- ualties so let's be extra care- ful and coax our friends to be cautious also. purchase your mushroom spawn skeptical. from a reliable plant nursery, j along with the carefully pre-1 pared soil they recommend, j Growing directions are sure to be included and it's up to you j to follow them to the letter, j The mushrooms, you will soon discover, are very choosey light, temperature a nd 1973, The Chicago Tribune LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. 8OO-HOG AND i f jusr HAP A TH3CJBL.E S QUARREL. I Heart attacks kill one in four I'M SORQ.X; DEAR, BUT YOU'LL. MAVE TO SLEEP DOWNSTAIRS 'T YOU wewpy, TOOTSIE YOU CAM SLEEP OVESL HESE HERB AUD TOOTStE jflF HAVE A FISMT r I'M Th'E LOSER j :----___ BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker different species and sortie of the most deadly look like tame, innocent mushrooms. Only a qualified specialist in fungus plants can distinguish them. And there is a reason why a sensible expert rarely if ever eat 'wild mushroom, even when it is known to be safely edible. Musrooms. as we know, are de-. iicious and many of nature's children agree with us. It is very bard indeed to find a wild mushroom that is not infested with an assortment of insects, j frieir eggs and larvae. Bacteria i nlso enjoy mushrooms. nutrients. The air must be moist, but not soggy. After several months of intense pam- pering, a flock of mushroom buttons may pop through the soil. If you have kept the place free of bugs, mice and other small gourmets, you may be fairly sure that your mush- rooms are good enough to eat. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to A s k Andy. P.O. Box 763. Hnntingtou Beacb, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1.9731 GOREN ON BRIDGE 5T CHARLES H. GOREN ff 1S7J. Trlbone RRUJGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: VKQ S J 0 KJ1 03 fi 5 5 The bidding has proceeded: South West .North East Paw Pass 1 Pass y WtusJ. do yon bid This haad is 95 points tr. support of hearU, suggested cal! is a jump three Thij would hs> in case >'on bort nor. paXMM? hui, if .parlner roadf a bid, he neetf cot Q. Both vulnerable, as Sooth you hold: 4M 2 9 5 SQ1H 7 fi AKQ ft The bidding has proceeded: Aonth West North East PnM Pass 1 A Pass m What do you bid now? A. respond of two no tnimp is our choice. Vhls ijt not up tn of a two no trump response but. in view- nf the pSis, 5uch 9 cal' may be with II or 12 points. This hand rontalns n. some tn the of interme- Q. J East-West njlner- able, as Soulh you hold: 4Q54 CA1097S-! 47 6 S i The bidding has proceeded: West North East South J V i s 40 4 V 6 What do you bid now? A to this situation, wouirt teter Uiat the enemy can fulfill ttiatr slam contract and woirM to roahe a sacrifice bid cf njx hearts, but preparatory to doing so we would make a call nAx diamonds so that if the. proceeds to seven clubs Taor partner wiU be apprised of JIQ07 voW In diamonds. Naturally, fit doabled. it yonr purpose to to ilx hearu. Q. 4 As South, voilnerabk, you hold: 5 4 5 0 K bidding has proceeded: Soatit West North East 1 4 Pass 2 4 9 Pass 4 Wfeat do you now? A. Tour no trump. A Blacir- Is rccommfinrted. It li sot toprobablft in of part- r.ar't strong Mddtog that he has Ibraft If so, jou shoiUd ba contract for iclam. There if no rea? danger of ReVtinc overboard, for mireiy partner no? do such stronjf bidding Without two aces. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AlO 6 J 7 4 2 C AK fi -1 ,T The bidding has proceeded: .North East South West J A Pass 1 Pass 2 Pass I 0 Pass 3 Pass What rio you bid now7 A clubs. Since you hav-ft than an opening bid. yo.u make one more tn-- for Rame and the recommended call :.s four clubs. It is hard to visn- n'tze a hand on which a 10 tricfe contract would not be safe on this sequence of bids. Q. South, vulnerable, you Hold: 2 2 0 AQ10 4 AAQ.T The bidding has proceeded: East South 1 What do you bid? choice is for of one no trump, which in to the double for the reason that vnu have not ample preparation: for the major suits. If partner tn hid voluntarily. ou will be prepared Ul support the suit- Q. vulnerable, as South you bold: 4k73 0532 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 14 10 Pass Pass 2 3 O What do you bid now? Voli have not. sufff- escnt values to justify voluntai-y action. Partner's hand is Ilmitedl to some extent by that he failed to double but merely reopened as cheaply as posslbla another suit. He probably counted on you for this much when he reentered the auction. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 410-75 vK 2 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 i O Pass 50 What do you birl now? spades. Psrlssr mast take your raise -a-fth .grain of nait Ina.Tmuch vou wera un- o'lillns raise to two xpidc.i on the previous round. In of vour prev-ious and the fit in partner's suit, you may take tiia lifierty of raising. i Dear Dr. Lamb It was with i a great deal of interest and ap- preciation that I and my de- i ceased husband read your col- umns concerning fatty deposits in the arteries and low fat diets. He had hardening of the ar- teries and his legs had to be operated on. The results were wonderful and the specialist told my husband his health was very good- Five months later, he had a massive, heart attack. Several days later he died. To me. tie was still young, only in his early 50s. and had never had any chest pains. He had had several electrocardiograms while in the hospital for the leg operations, and nothing ever showed up. His death certificate had car- diac arrest and myocardiai in- farction as the cause of his passing away. After suffering the attack, and during the few days he was in the hospital, he was so alert and normal except for being weak. I was with him a few minutes before he died. At that time he was so restless, he could not lie still. He twisted and turned constantly, all the while talking to me. then he complained of a huge knot in his chest and fell backwards and his lips turned into his mouth as though something was pulling on them. I had to leave the room then and later was told, he had died. For me and my children, could you explain what all of these medical terms and the restlessness means. We will be so thankful if you will. Dear Reader li is always a sorrowing to lose someone close to you. Although your story is a personal one. one out of four of ali the deaths in the United States are caused by heart attacks. Atherosclerosis often afi rts many arteries in the body. This is why even successful heart transplants and artificial hearts would often be of limited value. The atherosclerotic process in the legs is the same process which caused the heart attack and can also cause strokes. Without proper circulation he had difficulties with the mus- cles in his leg. The atheroscler- otic blockage of the coronary arteries interferes with the cir- culation to the heart muscle in the same manner. Often the first symptom or sign is sudden death." The electrocardiogram