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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, Ooccmber 27, 1971 TUESDAY. DEC. 28 Your birthday loilay: Con- solidation is your challenge this coming year despite an apparent need 'or expanded communications perhaps in advertising, publishing, and the like, according to (lie nature of your vocation. To- day's natives usually are LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. emu-ions anemia is diagnosed atitoim- How is quits producing the intrinsic factor is not Some it always hereditary? Is the studies suggcs that tins is onlv method of diagnosis hav- another example of a person ing the stomach pumped'.' 11 becoming allergic to his own know it can be treated if found i body processes, or in 'lime Please mite on this mune diseases. Antibody formation mechanism we have to de- velop immunity. We develop antibodies to measles and are then immune to measles. Dear Dr. Lamh pernicious anemia vital subject. Dear Reader Pernicious anemia is vitamin B-12 de- ficiency. The anemia is really highly individual, ingenious, sometimes domineering. ABIES (March 21-April ID) Anything you say now is apt to be taken in context other Uian intended. Realizing this, make use of the discrepancies or keep still. TAURUS (April 20-May Action speaks louder than any words available to you now. Keep matters simple by wast- ing no time. GEMINI (May, 21-June Your pet heroes turn out to be as human as everybody else, with faults and lapses as se- rious as any of your own CANCER'Uune 21 July Somebody is intent on remind- ing you of a flaw or a forgotten promise. Do what you may to alleviate matters. LEO (July 23 Aug. Build a constructive, generally help- ful public relations sort of day only one part of the picture of B-12 deficiency. The stomach produces a sub- stance (intrinsic factor i that enables the 13-12 to be ab- sorbed from I he digestive tract. B-12 deficiency usually occurs because the stomach quits producing sufficient a.mounts of this substance. This condition is accompanied j is for by lack of stomach acid. If a jcrijon Of transplanted organs, person's stomach contains acid such as tne or jddney. and the intrinsic factor, he a host ot does not have pernicious ttot think are rc- Whcn antibodies are manufac- tured to some natural sub- stance in the body, it is an autoimmune disease. A reac- tion occurs body and a stance. In twecn the cells that form substance within the on good humor and general promotion. VIRGO (Aug. 23-SCiit. It will help if you can see that most of what comes to your at- tention is superficial and tem- porary in nature, of relatively low importance. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. the anti- natural body sub- tins instance, be- antiboo'y and the the intrinsic the stomach. the intrinsic factor, he not have pernicious anemia. Hence the contents of i to tnc g0mg hcrscrk _ and manufacturing antibodies comes allergic to himself. Pos- sibly pernicious anemia is one the stomacli is analyzed to help make a correct diagnosis, j itself hence cne be- The anemia is established by the blood examination. One out of five patients with Of these diseases. pernicious1 anemia has a fanv j ily history of the problem. In addition to causing ane- mia, B-12 deficiency also dam- ages the nervous system. This can cause numbness, weak- ness, or difficulty in walking. Some vital cells in the spinal cord may degenerate. The brain mav be affected, result- Queen angry about story uiiiji> jjiui LONDON (Reutcr) Prin- be'in dullness, 'arrniiTv orrom- i cess Anne's private views, pub- plete psychosis. by a New York fashion If treatment ir delayed too magazine Thursday, came from Cut out, clear out, get out o! whatever ruts you've settled in. Move up, at least in sym- bol and spirit. Enough is going on to provide cover and com- pany for all your doings. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nnv. Call in specialists, advisers, ueen s message aired LONDON (CP) In a depar- ture from her traditional Christ- inas broadcast, the Queen this year appeared on television with her two youngest children, talking about parents' responsi- bility in shaping their children's lives. If parents realize the import- ance of the values Uiey pass on to their children, the Queen said in the pre-recorded message- also broadcast on our contribution as parents will be just as important as any made by scientists and engi- ?ers." The 10-mimite TV film, set fa Buckingham Palace, was more informal and relaxed than in previous years. The Queen was seen with Prince Andrew, 11, and Prince iEdward, 7, leafing through old family photograph albums and talking about changes that have taken place in the world. A snatch of King George V's voice giving the first Christmas broadcast in 1932 was heard in the film, and the children con- tributed their own remarks to the program. This year's Christmas mes- sage, briefer than on some oc- casions, was notable for the ab- sence of remarks about the Commonwealth. The 1870 broad- cast had a strong Common- wealth content, but it was tied got a second opinion em a long- j to a diffcrcnt 0[ TV film, t.__ extracts from the Queen's Commonwealth travels during that year. long not all of the nerve dam- age can be reversed. Early treatment can even reverse mental changes in some cases. an "oil the record" conversa- tion she had with American cor- i-n London, her mother's press secretary said standing question. Even a small move now brings reper- cussions later. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. It's up to you to make the most or the least of today's story, but there's more noise than fact in most of it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. A plethora of happenings right at hand are sufficient to keep you busy. Tidy up for the year's end. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Be selective in exploring possible schedules. Much that clutters the scene is apt to dis- appear shortly. PISCES (Feb. 13-March A positive attitude concerning your resources serves you well. Pay your share of group or family expenses but no more. liv The Chicago Tribune) In more anVancfid cases the tcday. tongue may be sore. There are The Queen's press secretary mild symptoms of indigestion, constipation or diarrhea. Be- cause of tl'e anemia the skin becomes pale or may lie William Headline, said the Oil takeover year-old princess s', no time COLOMBO (Renter) The granted an interview to reporter slightly jaundiced with a lem-1 Daily. Steffi Fields of Women's Wear on yellow tint. The diagnosis i? confirmed by injecting B-12 and obsering the improvement in the blood picture. The B-12 must be in- jected. It can't he taken by mouth or it won't be absorbed. Dietary deficiencies can be a factor in causing B-12 de- ficiency. but the absence of the intrinsic factor of the stomach essential to Ti-12 ab- sorption is the mc.st important problem. Why the stomach The magazine quotes the prin- cess on a wide range of topics. including her alleged romance with British horseman Hichard Mcade, her brother Prince Charles' attitude to money and how she and the Queen occa- sionally go incognito to the cin- ema in London. Sources close to Buckingham Palace said members of the Rryal Family were an.ery about what had appeared in the Amer- ican paper. Ceylon state petroleum corpora- tion will complete nationaliza- tion of the oil industry with the final takeover Dec. 30 of the aviation refuelling service now handled by Esso. The tickle taken out of tartan ALVA, Scotland (AP) The tickle has been taken out of the suit the Japanese. A Scottish WTO! mill says it is producing a special "ro tickle" fabric for tartan scarves, stoles and blankets marketed in Japan. "Japanese buyers came here and complained our mo- hair was too ticklish for their said Ronald Phil- lips, director of Glentana Mils. "Now we simply brush it less, leaving it curly, like poodle hair." Phillips sale! between 15 and 20 per cent of Glentana products were sold in Japan, making that country one of the company's biggest custo- mers. Canine hearing GOREN ON BRIDGE Andy semis a complete 20- BY CHARLES H. wn and -non ,f he 17 i VClume Sel of the World CaitrriKite lift, br the Chicago mu ion should ba u-irimj; e i a to Margaret BRIDGE QUIZ ago in. nf Toronto, On- Q. As South, -i Neither for her question: you South vou n clog really hear better AAKQ 7 5 V9 4 2 6K R 2 '''R2 AS 1 ur do? The bidding has bidding has at least years, kind- South West North West North children have been wonder- 1 Pass 0 Dblc. 3 A how the animals feel about 2 4 Pass 2 A Andy knows this for a .1 0 Pass 4 A action do you because be has been iis- What acjon do you n, a harriradc and years. Or so the old pixie- Hid at lensl five kjmdcs card strcnsth. fhtnn pooka claims. A few years Partner slimild have cm' brainy scientists got llenialp cnll is a temporizing Both vulnerabU-, as South you in the senses of animals how cats see, how rlogs smell and hear. Already they Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: 42 5 0 A 10 G.I AQ.I S bidding has proceeded: Kasl South iha answers to .some cf hsse kindly questions. The bidding has NT Pass 2 0 ordinary dog lias just North Kasl South A Pass the best sniffer in town. I !J Pass l NT netion do you can smcil every tiling a lot 2 A f, of ;i ha mi tn start vi-ith, than we can and dozens What action do you Mifii'nl of Npndi's it is- tilings that our noses never Bid two no trump. [ininU amt partner lias His cars also are a lot m-r's hid nf two fp.iilrs than ours. He can hear "ororllhVl Hold vulnorabln. sirt.s of sounds that our ears onr no trump you hear the same low notes, Q. Both vulnerable, .is South you bidding hns proceeded; North Knsl Smith lio can hear them ten times farther away. A dop also can A pass 1 a whole range of high-high The bidding has Pass that human ears will nev- North Kan South action do you 'ie able lo hear 1 NT Pass T. IM> I'.-irliiCP are invisible energy 3 NT Pass a pow.-rhil hiind hy jogs hack and forth What action do vmi take air. water and solids. j'-i rlncr .supports lli.it Mtit, con-ti.-irt for in minor IIP ii-.-ip In fno will ix-niiil of times per second. vm uol rhridsc tr> r ,irry il t'.d h.is .1 human cars can hoar high ilin-ctlv tt> MX no Inimp. nf cycles. Most of can llu; sounds in a South you of almost 10 octaves. Hut O V 1 -In 1 instruments reg- Smith you hold bidding has proceeded; Ndilh Siuilh sounds higher than frequency cvclos. The sounds The bidding Pass than the range of human Siiiilh Wrst North are called supersonic or 1 A I'jiss .1 NT action do you frequencies. These suporsonic .sounds are .it li-.r.t tilt ks us bill, wn cimnot ;iction do you Ihrm. Hut find cats 1 points lit 'inch r.irds" w'm 1 hear some of them. They fivr rnrtl .vtll. If pnrlncr partner wtU ptdljftljly the same low notes as we VomU should have do, plus a r.niRc of about octaves higher than our cars can hear. Most dogs bear fre- quencies of with no trou- ble at all. Perhaps you use n special dog whistle to call your pet borne for his dinner. It seems to make no sound at all be- cause its notes are too high for human ears. But your dog hears it, way down the block. When ho learns what it means, he shows up at the kitchen doer for his rightful reward. Andy's cats also come bounc- ing home when h? calls them with a supersonic whistle. Tests show that most small dogs tend to hear better than big dogs. A chihuahua and German shephera both hear prowling Footsteps before we do Rut usually the little chihuahua hears them first, even when dozing. The German shepherd can be trained as a splendid .seeing eye. The chihuahua can be a valuable "hearing ear" dog. Ho hear? the scflcst sus- picious sounds outdoors and loves Ift bark loud and clear to alert his family. However, ho must be trained not to sound false alarms. The little rascal really knows the differ- ence between a prowling pussy- cat and a prowling biirglcr. Some animals hear higher frequencies than others. So far as we know, the champion is the lilllc upside down bat. He uses a radar system of high pitched squeaks and echoes to guide bis acrobatic flighls. His ears can hear frequencies up to 13Q.M and perhaps higher This is much-much tco high for Ihe tearing ahilily cf even a sharp-cared chihuahua. Questions asTica tiy cnHrti on of Ileraifl renders should bft mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. llo.x 7115, Huntington Beacil, California 1I2MO. (Copyright Chronlclo Publishing Co, 1971) CM A PERSON REALLV BE IN LOYEWIWTUO DIFFERENT SNOIHAKKATTOESWETIME? rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN I'll 6IVE YOU A HINTJ: HE'S THE PETYER HALF OF THAT PARING-, SENSATIONAL, PUOOPL-EGENPANPUORE! GOSH, PATMAM, YOU PON'TUXMANYTHlNeLIKE I'P YOU'LL NEVER WHO THIS FELLOW IS, POCJ... BLONDIE-8y Chic Young THANK GOODNESS CHRISTMAS IS OVER ANO I DOMT HAVE TO BE JOLLY ANY MORE BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walktr LI L ABNER-By Al Capp J-L THIS IS THE CUTEST OF THE MILLIONAIRES WHO'VE BEEN I ME TO MARRV THEM- VOU TIPPED MY BARLING Off TO INVEST IM BRAN 6ALLS.'.' NOW yfE'RE AS POOR AS ARCHIE-By Bob Montana r CAN'T ...I LEFT r YOU LEFT W THE SHCVEL CAR OUT LAST L NISHT.' NOW WELL, use. AFRAID I IEFTTHW V MAYBE IT'LIA DON'TTHlNKj ALL BLOW SO..... OFF THE f ft HI AND LOIS-By Dik WE DIDN'T DISCUSS THE WEEKLY COST OF SNACKS FOR HER HORSE.' I DIDN'T REALIZE DOT'S RIDING EVERY WEEK WOULD BE SUCH AN EXPENSIVE PROPOSITION) SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY WHERE ARE ALUTH'ART LOVERS 1 HAVEN'T SOUP O'MY -r' MASTERPIECES; V l ;