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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 5-iHt LcTHBHUuc Your horoscope By toane Dixon MAY 17 Your birthday Philosophy may faith will help tenfold as you meet the challenges of this uphill year You have to count solely an your own resources from start to you atttact cooperation in fair proportion to your unassisted efforts Relationships often get slighted as outside considerations prove distracting Today's natives are well adapted by nature for today's competitive conditions ARIES 21-April Caution with all things electrical or mechanical should have priority today. Special opportunity arises from luck in the midst of a passing moment of stress TAURUS 20-May Your own welfare should come so you're in still better position to protect those you cherish Colleagues pursue their own plans check to limit duplication GEMINI Follow your own instuition rather than friendly advice If Fun with figures By J. A H HUNTER Each letter in this multiplication stands for a different digit The little crosses indicate digits without reference to respective values Maybe they had cookies' but what do you make of KOREA Thanks to A G North Bay Ontario Yesterday's answer- Rugs 10 by 9 and 12 feet by 7 feet 6 inches in leave your financial arrangements in safe order. There's plenty of time tor most matters CANCER 21-July Business affairs run to temporary sticking points. Time out to attend home and family concerns is normal for current conditions Try to see the views of others LEO 23-Aug. Work alone if it's expecting no immediate detailed cooperation Wind up your work week then catch up neglected household routines VIRGO 23-Sept. Your finances are subject to make sure your money goes for genuine neglected obligations Clear out anything you own that has lost its purpose LIBRA 23-Oct. There's nothing for present circumstances but to continue tact and tolerance Associates and family eventually come to see things your but not for the moment SCORPIO 23-Nov. Avoid legal be in the clear from beginning Without special take the trouble to work out sharing of responsibility SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec There's likely some extra so forget about splurging just yet Avoid lending or betting on a thing Gather old friends to compare notes CAPRICORN 22-Jan Prefer the nearest the rather than overinvestment or purchase of extensive quantity of anything Just maintaining current levels is enough for the day AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Concentrate on don t casually discuss immediate plans or recent journeys You can be misunderstood by those unfamiliar with the background information PISCES 19-March The welfare of those near you raises your concern and your expenses Let the past rest where you can There's enough here and now to keep all hands busy The Chicago Tribune Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN c 1174. CNtcm Both vulnerable West deals NORTH A AK 3 o A Q 1087 3 AS 76 WEST EAST 4 Q J 10 R63 AKQ9S 7 05 OKJ962 K Q 10 4 J H 3 2 SOUTH A 97542 .1 10 fi 5 4 2 0 4 5 The bidding West North East South 1 Dble Pass 1 A 2 20 Pass Pass Dble. Pass Pass 2 Dble. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead. King of 4 Cases where one side opens the bidding only to find op- ponents play the hand in the same strain are not common- place But they do happen and often produce spectacular results Consider this hand from a recent national cham- pionship event The bidding started nor- mally enough with a one heart opening a takeout double and a response How- when North's bid of two diamonds was doubled by West and passed round to he cor- that this was not the best spot for nis side North was not sure what South's bid of two hearts but since West had doubled he felt free to pass and allow South to clarify his holding. Both West and North were shocked when South passed as well From West's point of view it seemed that he had been presented with an unexpected and he had visions of a four-figure penalty It did not seem important what he and his choice of the king of clubs appeared en- tirely reasonable Unfortu- nately for the after the opening salvo all West could do was sit back and watch as the Ron Von der Porten of San Fran- made the first eight tricks. Declarer won the ace of clubs and ruffed a club The ace-king of spades were cashed and another club was ruffed in the closed hand. A spade was ruffed in dummy and the fourth club was ruffed by declarer After cashing the ace of declarer graciously conceded the re- maining five tricks to the defense Have you spotted the only lead to defeat the contract7 West must cash a high heart at trick removing dum- my's lone which de- prives declarer of the oppor- tunity to ruff a spade in dummy In the fullness of time the defenders will collect six tricks for a one-trick Ask Andy f AN 065ERVANT f CAN LEARN1 THE DHOLE Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Cathy age of for her question What Is a The dhole is a but not the sort of dog you would adopt as a pet In olden packs of fierce wolves prowled through much of North America. most of those wild wolves have gone But packs of wild wolfish dholes still prowl through parts of India and other regions of southern Asia t The the dhole is classed as a wild he needs two more back teeth to match the true members of the dog family He is called the wild dog of though he has close ktnfolk in Malaya and Sumatra Java and other places in Asia He looks like a smallish wolf with a coat of short red hair He has a greedy wolfish grin and there is a cunning wolfish glint in his eye At the age of the adult dhole is almost three feet plus a 14-inch tail When well he weighs about 40 pounds His favorite home is a jungle and he shares his life with a gang of perhaps 20 close relatives they communicate by uttering yelps and sharp whistles Through most of the the dhole pack eats and rests together Come a few females separate and find a cave or ledge where they bear their young In each litter there may be six all naked and helpless For a while they feed on mother's milk Then she feeds them partly digested meat All puppy dogs are playful little animals and sometimes their scuffling looks like real fighting But dhole puppies really do fight each other for a reason Their fierce scrapping is a test of strength and skill and it lasts until they are eight months old The winner becomes the leader of the future pack When this is the family fighting stops From then the other young dholes take their orders from the top dog Usually the dhole gang rests through the night. Come early they are hungry and ready to start the hunt First then another and another red hunter slips silently through the thickets They whistle sharp notes to keep in touch with each other with soon they sniff the scent of a forest deer Then the merciless hunt begins in earnest Noses to the they trail the deer perhaps for miles and miles They never even though they hunt for hours At last they come close enough to see their victim This is when the dhole pack acts like a well- trained team Usually they form a circle to cut off the deer's chances of escape Then they close in for their final victory Dholes also attack wild pigs and sometimes a big buffalo Some experts claim these fierce cunning hunters may attack a leopard and even take a meal away from the terrible tiger Most of the wild wolf packs of North America were ousted as the settlers moved westward from the East Coast there are only a few most of them in the Great Lakes area of the Midwest There is no danger of them ever becoming as numerous and as much a menace as those wild dhole dogs of India our wolves need protection from not humans from wolves Questions by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr Lamb I was shocked and depressed after reading your column on bypass surgery It is a year and a half since my husband had bypass surgery The doctors waited six months before they operated He was slowly dying Two of his arteries were 95 per cent blocked He seems to be doing fine He is not allowed to work anymore He was a bus driver He also has diabetes He just has to stay on a diet for diabetes Would you please send me some information on what my husband is allowed to in other words what living pattern should he really follow1' Would you advise moving Florida' We are thinking of moving to Florida He always liked cold but since the operation he can't seem to take the cold His doctors just don't tell us enough They told my husband I ask too many questions To me you should not have to ask questions They should tell you more Dear Reader Many patients do very well after bvpass surgery for treatment of blocked arteries to the heart The fact that your husband has done well for a year and a half indicates that he may be one of them. It is often wise to do such surgery when a patient has two major arteries to the heart blocked After there are only three mam arteries to the heart two of these are branches of one main To answer your question about your husband moving to it is really a matter of where you would like to live The important considerations should include the availability of good medical support Living patterns after a coronary artery bypass should be the ones used before heart problems elimination ol cigarette weight a diet moderately low in fat restricted in saturated fats fats from animal products and dairy with about a third of the fats from ployunsaturated sources such as corn safflower vegetable oils but not coconut and products made with these Watch out for the statement oil' as this often means coconut oil which is a saturated fat The high cholesterol foods should be limited Exeicise has to be individualized Individuals who have had bypass surgery should limit their physical activity to walking and less strenuous types of activities I would not favor competitive sports or lifting activities except in those well recovered cases where the doctor has specifically told the patient it is allowed It is a good idea for anyone with known heart disease to stay away from occupations such as bus driving The disease is just too unpredictable and the responsibilities for the passengers too great to take those risks I would like to emphasize again that your husband has already passed a lot of the dangers in the procedure With a good program to prevent progression of heart disease he has a much better outlook than he appeared to have without surgery Send your questions to Dr. in care of this P.O. Box 1551. Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. HE CAN LEARN WE6 OF NATURE ALL TO MAKE A 0ETTER FOR SHORT MBS THERE ATTEMPT ON THE KING'S LIFE LAST NJIG-MT Mfe SOMEBODY SLIPPEDA PlRAMNA RSH HIS HI AND LOIS ANY REASON YOU CANT USE YOUR OWN SCISSORS WHEN YOU HAVE SPAGHETTI FOR LUNCH NOW WHERE DID MY SCISSORS GO BUGS BUNNY B06SYS SALES TRAINING SCHOOL o I'M VEWV BASHFUL KNOCKING ON DOORS AND TALKING TO IN THIS SCHOOL LEARN WAIT R.ISMT LE'S HEAR YEK C SALES PITCH BLONDIE WHOEVER HEARD OF TAKING A BATH WITHOUT WATER BLONDIE I CAN'T RIGHT NJOW -I'M IN THE TUB ARCHIE YOU'D BETTER HOPE THE MISS 7 FISH HAVE SHAPELY I DULL HAS A AT THIS SUMMER SWIMMING WITH WE'RE TRYING TO MAKE A COMMUNICATION f WE'VE TAUGHT THEfvV TO PLAY NOW WE WANT TO SEE IF THEY HAVE THE BRAINS TO I HOPE YOU HAVE BETTER LUCKTHAN I' HAGAR THE HORRIBLE TrUT'S A cure UTTLe DOG. 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