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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE ttTHBRIDGE HERALO friddy, Oilobor 6, 1972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON SATV-'IlllAY, OCT. 7 Ymir blrlliilay (oilay. Tact and genuine consideration became the normal order ot your daily contact with the. world. The stress is on spir- itual prowth, all olhjr trends subordinated. Today's na- tives arc alert, need brothcr- Iv love ami examples (tetter achievement. better to travel your own 1 palh Ilian join with those I on mischief. I.1SO (July Z3 Aug. 22) De- cide bright and early that you wilt control your impatience and tendency lo snap decisions. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D.: Tests measure fat in blood FOR A LIKE 1 HAVE TO POT ON AW FAMOUS DISSUrSE... J TOW 5TWIP 7M90N! THE LAST TlfttETHlS HOTBED. HE ALMOST 60T IB AIL TUMBLEWEEDS-By Ton, K. Ryan Dear llr. l.amlj Could you All goes smoother lor the week- j please explain the end. for VIRGO (Aug. 21 Sepl. j Galher a group to do whatever AHIES (March Zl April Visiting. entertaining conic to svill produce the best results. be the thin to do. although you Give everybody lime lo sound explanations (ill the day. may not have definite "plans. LIBKA (Snpl. 23 Oct. Be 'gentle with those you love. I .Moderation is the rule, or TAUIH.-S (April 20 201: shouUl bc' "It scenes you have more lo do than on a weekday. Get an early si art, make a list of chores, stay wilh ii until you've got results. UEMIM (May ZL JUHD Pleasure-seeking lends easily into spending more than you sicnilicancc of liislyceridcs in the blood aiul li'eiitmcnl of an abnormal amount. Ucai- Header Tlicrc arc coiiflaiitly increasing questions about triglyceridcs vvliidi re- flect the increased use o[ IhMC It is a blcod test used tn out how much have planned if you arc not careful. Consider your remarks as you go, CANCKH (Juno 21 Julv Spur ot the moment sugges- tions are thrust upon yon. It Today in history ppals. Extreme or hasty ac- tion fails of. its main purposes. SCOHPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Kxpect many distractions organize activities so you don't lose the thread of continuity. Hidden information comes into view. SAG11TAIUUS (Nov. Resolve to spend most ol your time building understand- tat there is in llic blood which in turn provides information on the likelihood of developing fatty deposits in the arteries or atherosclerosis which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and other medical problems. The fat in llic blood stream is in Uic term of fatty acids. Three separate [ally acid mechanisms, Tlierc rein a i n s inucli discussion about wliich ones o( these te.-ls are the best 1 in predicting or identifying fatly deposits in Ihc arteries. of one of r tests arc performed, if the values are considered to be; loo high, lhe usual forms tit treatment are about the same. Tiie initial effort is to correct j anv dietary problem v.liich in- chic'os eaiinfj loo many cal j ories of anything and the cnr- I rection of the diet problems in] relation to ealing fats, particu- 1 larly saturated tats aiid choles- terol If diet, exercise, habit patterns do not produce satisfactory results, some doc- tors resort to medicines. POC, I HAVE AWFUL- EVERY AUTUMN MY FEATHERS PRY UP AN'PROP OUTOFMYPONNETi ing. Spare time can be used clearing up unfinished corre- spondence. CAI'RICOIIN (Dec. 22 Jan. It's up to you to hold balance lor the long pull Re- in the lax loday since changes of long- lood pl.olcilB to range plans are belter made to-1 ft pnrtide cMcd lipopro leins. PONT KNOW WHETHEK TO RECOMMENP A VETERINARIAN OR A TREE SURGEON! HMM1THIS CALLS FOR A SPECIALIST! groups combine with glycerol to form a salt made of these organic chemical compounds. The resulting fatly particles, I ing alfalfa (lablel because ol the three falty .icic'o and the glycerol, is called a It is loosely com- morrow. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Someone may tell you that] c of Different makc a measurements of By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ocl. 6, I07Z Vienna was torn by revo- lution 12-1 years ago today Austria's emperor declared war against Hungary. During the revolt, which saw the murder of Minister Count Baillet von Latour, blood and destruction were common. 1959-Russia's Lunik III circled Hie moon. sent war- sliips and troops to avert a threatened Communist coup in British Guiana. Canadian glass companies were fined S-M.OCO at Toronto tin com- bines charges. 2.3-day farm deliv- ery strike in Alberta ended. 1912 -Tim Buck and other Canadian Communists won conditional release from in- ternment. you've done lhe typical Aquari- j thc ijn0proteins in an effort to an thing something other ilsEess a peon's livelihood ot than expected. Correct any mis- ncart disease or takes. strokes. One of these is to 1'ISCKS (Feb. 13 March mcasurc amount of triglyc. Pursue healthy normal activity, and games, cridos- Olhcr tests go furth3l' ant- look at Die different types of fatty acids that make up the responsibilities squared away, i trigiycerides. A more common favorite sporls once you have the weekend, (1072 Hy The Chicago Trifiunc) Coiilract Icl for prinliug (CP) A Sas- katoon company received a I JIOO.OOO contract yeslerday lo print copies of the Saskalche- wan-Nelson basin report. The report, consisting of 10 volumes, is thc result of a wat- er inventory of the Sas- katchewan-Nelson river b asm undertaken as a joint project hy the governments of the three prairie and the fed- eral government. Thc contract, one of the larg- est of its kind ever awarded in Saskatchewan, went lo Modern Press of Saskatoon. t0 measure the amount Dear f.arub I would like some information regard- f have been told thai it is gcoc1' for the following ailments: kidney, jladder, bowels and arlhritis. BLONDlE-By Chic Young and would like your opinion of' Dear Header: If you're ealing a balanced diet, I can't believe j that alfalfa taulcls can do any-1 thing for you except lighten your If there is a serious question about whether I you nre on a balanced diet or r.ot rather see you lake a vilamin tablet on a daily br.sis. AUalta noes contain vitamin E, but vitamin E is present in j so many foodstuffs that any rea- j sonably normal diet should pro- vide a sufficient amount of this for anyone. As far as claims for tablets curing kidney, arthritis ijidfe" VOU f NWKE BEETLE BAllEY-By Mor> Walker GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES H. GOREN c im IT Tta TiHIVM Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A K 10 4 J V R 0 O 12 A H WEST A qfcf, EAST 4AJ9T VIS! Q Id I S C K S 3 if K Q JS7 SOUTH A 52 V A JISJ7 J 0 A J 8 7 4 9 The bidding: North Easl Soolb Wesi l Pass 1 V Pill I Pass 3 V Pan I Pasj Pin Opening lead: Kingot A delicately conceived and executed campaign enabled Sautn, the declarer at four hearts, lo throw an opponent. in at the crucial moment in today's hand and force a fa- vorable return lo present him with a IMh trick. West opened the king of clubs and the ace was played from dummy. South would have welcomed the appearance of another heart in the North hand, for three Irumps would have assured him of obtaining two dia- mond thereby virtual- ly guaranteeing success on lhe deal. Mis only recourse was to lead a diamond at trick two and hope for the best. East's five was covered by the lack which lost to West's Vlng. The latter marie the expect- ed trump shift which re- stricted South lo only one diamond rulf. Declarer can count nine six hearts, the ace of diamonds, a ruff in that suit, and the ace of clubs. It ap- pears that he must Imd lhe ace of spades with West, so thai a trick can be scored in that suit by leading ton-ard North's Xing. South was not optimistic on this score, for West's opening lead of the t.iil originally bid by dum- my apparently marked the former wilh el least the k i n g-queen ot clubs and probably the jack as well. He had shown up with the king ol diamonds and if ha also held Urn ace of spades, an opening bid might havo been expected from West in second seal. Declarer reasoned that his only chance was to lind East win four diamonds and to pul Ibe latter on lead al lime when he had only spades left and would there- by be obliged to make a fa- vorable lead lor South. Afler winning West's heart shift si Irlck three with North's queen, a club was ruffed in the closed hand as a prelimi- nary measure to strip East of liiat suit. The ace ol dia- monds was cashed next fol- lowed hy a diamond ruff with lhe king of hearts as both opponents followed suit. A third club was trumped in the closed hand artd South was pleased when East showed a spade. The ace fmi jack of hearls drew the outstanding Irumps and al trick 10 de- clarer exited with lhe eight, of diamonds. When Fast, turned up with the queen, South's efforts were duly re- warded for his opponent, uas down tn the A-J-9 of spsrlcs. After cashing his ace, Fast was obliged lo present dummy's king with lhe fulfilling triek on the deal. In all. declarer lost twn H i a m o n d tricks and or.a spade. Electrocardiograph Andy sends a complete 2Q- volumc set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia lo Mark Fingerle, age 13. of Sarasota, Florida, lor his question: AVliat is an cleclrocanllograpli? The "cardio" syllable refers lo the heart, the "graph" means a diagram and the "electro" indicates that some form of electricity is involved in the operation. When t h c pieces are assembled properly, they become an electrocardio- graph which is capable of re- porting the various impulses created hy lhe beating heart. Other attachments record the diagram called the electrocar- diogram, the EGG or the The electrocardiograph works because lhe beating heart cre- ates a yjttern of electrical im- pulses anil way back in 1903, Dutch physiologist named Willem Einthoven invented his famous string galvanometer to measure such delicate impulses. In the 1920s, tile first model brought lo the United Slates weighed a quarter of a ton. Nat- urally lhe eleclrocardiograph has been refined ajid improved since that time. Up-to-date mod- els weigh M pounds or less. Doctors and operating rooms use different models to record the impulses on paper or as moving pictures on TV type screens. But the inner workings o: the electrocardiograph de- pend on the same type of sen- isitive galvanometer. It picks, up and relays the electrical im- j pulses that originate in the! beating heart. It works because it is super-sensitive lo the mag- 1 netic fields thai surround all i i electric currents and the heart i I arc spurts of electric! I current. The pulsing pattern is amplified and magnified hy a system of mirrors and lenses. The signature of a hcnllhy 1 ht'art is a wavy line wilh steep, high twaks at regular inter- I vnls. Several methods arc used i tn report the pattern in read- able form. A stylus may write il on paper. A heated stylus j may record it on specially 1 coaled paper. In an operating room, surgeons need to keep a I close eye on the patient's heart- The elcclrocardiograDh may be filled with an oscillo- i graph to take photographs and I other equipment to relay a mov- (Copyright Chronicle Co. J972I Vtinners plan to roll P.M over hoops EDMOXTOX (CP) J'rimc Minister 'frudeau may have an unpleasant time on Friday the a speaker suggested Thursday at a Canadian radio television Commission hearing. It. .J. Yerxa, president of Camrose Broadcasting Co. Ud operators of Radio Sta- tion CFCW, said Mr' Trudeail will Iw questioned on CFCW Friday, Oct. 11, by a panel of farmers. "Ten farmers arc going 10 roll him over Ihe hoops a little Mr. Ycrxa pre- dicted. Wi ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. Edwordj Ylllf.y-.SCLM fl-'lEHOifj UITH time 10 Wi StTTLlRS STAPTI-0 TO WON StGNM. FROM tttOlcmr: CW.f PUUtO IHDKH p WE tUN-tnen AW qjiipgtit Ue's ALWAVS PEP, Bt'JE OR PURPLE IVL A8NER-By Al Capp ing picture lo a screen. The I surgery team call glance at the j oscilloscope screen to watch' how the patient's heart is per- I [tinning. We often sec this dramatic I electrocardiograph performing in medical type TV shorn. But the more modest models that deliver plain pictures do more of Lhe basic work in clinics and doctors' offices. A doclcr.- or technician can recognize the EKG signature of a healthy heart al o glance. Any slight variation in the normal pattern 1 may indicate heart trouble and i sometimes pinpoint where and j what the trouble is. The impulses from the patient arc conveyed to the electrocar- diogram by electrodes and a system ot electrical wiring. An electrode may be placed on each arm, on the legs or certain parts of the cliesl. From there, the galvanometer measures the fluctuating current that origin- ates In the beating heart and spreads through the muscles. The amplified picture is watch- ed by a technician and regu- lated by dials. Questions ninca by cnttaicn of Herald should he mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box Huntington BeacB, California SI2618. 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