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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 IETHBRIDGC HERA1D luostlqy, May 16. 197Z YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 Your birllidav loihiy: Ma- terial proprcss is no problem once you meet Hie challenge of spiritual growth. sincerity. Emotional expres- sion develops m'or fl hrOi'ifl range, offers fulfillment and excitement. Today's unlives are noted fnr sustained en- durance, economy and in- dustry. ARIES fMarrh Emphasis for loclny is mainly on social action. Young people need your allcnd'on. Widen your range to include hobbies. T.UTIVS (Anvil 20-May Complete something dislaste- tul in (.he niorjiinp, then inrn to matters more lo your liking in the afternoon. Property deals and improvements arc favor- ed. GEMINI (May Zl-.Imir 201: Following early excitement, your course steadies and you can Kettle domestic tensions. Romantic interests brighten, include surprises. CANCER (June 21-July Once morning schedules are completed, improve your le- verage with a strong bid for personal advancement. Claim your earnings, recover what you have lent. LEO (July 23 Aug. A j quiet morning in which tilings j come your way. Push lo get things "moving Ivy vising persua- sion lo best advantage. Radiate high confidence. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Senl- People who srern lo be folloir- I 1 ing different courses most of 1 the time are now in general j aqreomral. Unusual co-opcra- Imn becomes definitely possi' I ble. LIBRA (Scnl. Oel. fict a fresh perspective and perhaps a new friend to help turn things in your favor. Ful- fillment of an old wish is near. SCOIII'IO (Oct. 23-N'ov. The trend is tmi'ard positive movement, and it should he fairly easy for you to go along with things as [hey happen. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Hrc. Make an early compro- mise, accept minor inconven- iences in stride, go on lo larger ideas and schemes fur later hours. Celebrate this evening. CAPHICOKN (Dec. 22 Jan. All early start makes the whole tiny, with several event- ful "mid course changes" to he negotiated. Relax early for cxlra rest. AIH'ARIL'S (Jan. 20 Fell. Present yourself and your plans simply and with good- humored enthusiasm. 0 f f er hospitality: invite somebody you want to know better. PISCES (Fell. ID-March Your effective participation is almost taken for granted. .Make no sacrifices, demand your full share of benefits. You can do more than expected. By Tin- Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Sac around heart becomes inflamed Dr. Lamb is pericarditis? is it caused by? Whal are I he1 pos- sible results if a puixrn hncl Lhis disease and ua." to Ihc germ. sUph or and had no ireiilnu'iil cxccni for Cunlil a hcarl specialist posFi'ily make a mis- diagnosis ot lhis lype of di- sease? Could tlic c-nd result bo angina'.' How du >ou learn to live angina at 37? I nm now taking mc-riirinc 'nilj'oi nnd rmiFl know all the answers if you can tell me. Dc.ir HraiJer Thr perica1-'- dium is the sac IhaL surrounds llic heart. The sac ilpclf looks like a large plastic bas- 11 is really a double-layered sac with nne layer of wlial locks like clear plastic direct- ly on the surface of the heart ami then extending outward to form the large external bag In encase the whole heart. When the layer thai covers I he -sur- face of the heart and the under- lying heart muscle itself is in- flamed, v.e call it pericarditis. Inflammation of the sac around the he.ail can be caused by many things. An individual pneumonia can have an extension ul Ihc infection lo in- i volve the sac the heart. I It can also be mused b> chemi- cal reactions. Advanced uremia can cause chemical irritation of the pericardium and uremia It can also be caused by an extension of can- cer and H can follow a mvocar dial infarction 'heart attack If you read my column often, you Mill know that I have pre- viously explained that the end- j ing "ills" used in medicine I means inflammation and all the word pericarditis means is I inflammation of the pericardi- i urn, j (j M appendicitis i means inflammalion of Ihe ap- pendix. The problem can be caused by a wide variety of germs, including tuberculosis, j Many rases of pericarditis are caused by vims infections and are called viral pericarditis. This is probably the most com- j mon f o r m. Like most J other virus diseases, there are I not many tilings you can do to treat the roblern except pro- vide medicine to give matie relief lo the patient at the time. This might well in- clude aspirin lo control fever, medicines for relief of pain and IrniKjuib'zer.s. Occasionally a person does have recurrent chest p a i n s after such an episode, because the arteries lo the heart mus- pass directly underneath the sac that is allachcd 10 the sur- face of the heart and scarring and fibrosis from pericarditis can put pressure on (he ar- teries and diminish the lilood flow to Ihe heart muscle. This can result in angina or chest pain associated wilh insuffici- .eut Wood supply (o the heart 1 muscle. Yes. it is often difficult to separate pericardiii.s from a heart attack and even Hie best heart specialists in the unrld can'i [ell the difference in some cn.so.s. Sometimes it is noces- sary to follow (he patient for a period of time to be certain has occurred.. I might also j add that some people have chest pain afterward because ,lhev arc still having repealed i episodes of their pericarditis. Tliis is the ecologisL's point of view and nowadays, most of us tliink a lot about ecology. We know that this wondrous planet is our home but we cannot live here alone, all by ourselves. must snare it with a multitude of plants and Amh sends a complete 20- 1 volumnc set of the Merit Stu- dent Encyclopedia lo Doug Tripp. Id. of Washington, Illinois, for his question: .Are deer useful or harmful lo man? People different opin- ions on this matter. Some in- sist that Ihc deer are a down- right nuisance and even harm- ful al least to Ihe old pockcl I bock Others tee the (leer as, I lovelv wild crraiurcs wlio e anlmals- Tlley llvo the wlld' evcrv ris-ht lo share our world s care. Some are In fey of Ilicse l those handsome, sated oaling think that a world deer Void OAKQIOSi: OJ65 SOUTH A AKz EJ 10 S 4 3 3 0 Q The bidding: South West North Eflsl 1 13 3 NT Pass Pass 4 V Pa S3 Pass Pass Opening lead: King of 0 Today's liand represented a high Ijalllc of hctv.-ssn South and West in the former emerged victorious by correctly diag- nosing his opponent's strate- gy during the auction and then translating iiis prognosis inln n successful campaign when he ultimately became the declarer at (our hearts. When South opened the bidding with one heart. West realized that he held the in- gredients to take nine tricks on the deal at no trump pro- vided that Itp received .1 hf.irl lead from North. I In awls of seven din- mond winners and two hearts. Inasmuch as he held n stopper in clubs, he was to gamble out the rpadc situation Whc.i HTrl 's Ihror no trump overcall was passed Incfc lo .Soulli, the taller re- MMod Ihe tomplation In dou- lilo lxrnu.se n appeared lo him thai his opponenls Ram- hit was on n solid dia- mond suit reinforced bv the r.ce-queen of hearts and pos- sibly some honor strength in Ihe black suits. There was not sufficient prospect for a sub- stantial profit to warrant double, so South decided to take out some insurance by bidding four iieart-s which appeared safe for at least eight tricfcs even if partner had nothing, and the oppo- cinch garne. West opened the king of diamonds on which North played the three, East the five and South the seven. West continued with he queen and declarer ruffed. If South's analysis was correct, West might be ex- pected to turn up with tJie ace-queen of hearts as well as the king of which case a one trick set- beck apparently was impend- ing. There was a way out, however, if declarer charled his course adroitly. There were no diamonds left in either declarer's hand or the dummy. If spades were played next and West stripped of that suit, Ure lat- ter could be thrown in with s and thereby forced to surrender a trick on Ihe re- turn. The ace and king of spades were cashed, followed by a third round, West postponed the evil moment by discard- ing a diamond and dummy was in with tlic queen of spades. Now a heart was led and when East showed out, declarer played llw1 len. West won with the queen and then played the ace. He was down lo diamonds and clubs. Knowing that a diamond re- turn would present declarer with a ruff and discard, hs shifted to the king of clubs. South spread his hand claiming Ihe balance In all. he lost two hearts and diamonfl. 1 PUT IT IN THE j RIVER TO GENERATE ELECTRICITY.... BUT IT 60T ALL GUMMED UP I'M PRODUCING SOLAR I USED A MAGNIFYING YEAH, HE NEARLY BURNED A HOLE IN MY SHOE.' OUR PROJECT V T. IS TO BUILD A I BUILT NOW-POLLUTING OF PADDLE EWERGY.' I WHEEL HI AND LOIS_By Dlk Browne pirro.'YouVe BEEN IN MY V AND YOU'VE SOT My BALL VOUR AND SHORT Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY YOU'VE CUIMEP ,wy) WHOLE PAY: ;