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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Itwnfey, ftbrwry 4, 1W1 TO! UTHMIDOf HttAlD J Your horoscope FRIDAY, FEB. S Birthday Today: Using your common sense may turn out to be the prime factor in your success in this coming busy and productive year. Today's natives tend to a judicial attitude, are frequently gifted in handling statistics, financial planning and the like. ARIES (March 21 April Wind up your workweek neat- ly, with the idea that what is closed now will stay closed. If you buy, prefer the best. Keep it light this evening, no serious discussions. TAURUS (April JO May Putting on airs or pretense will get you nowhere. Just spend a full day of good, con- sistent effort toward goals that you really seek, and mind your own affairs. GEMINI (May 21 June Be yourself; pay no attention to people distracting or trying to discourage you. Standard procedures, common courtesy go a long way in smoothing your progress. CANCER (June 21 July A run begins now of several weeks of interesting, encourag- ing, expansive social experi- ence. Things are looking up for both personal and business ac tion. LEO (July This is a day of good oppor- .unity it's strictly up to you in what direction you wish to direct your energies, and how hard you wish to press for- ward. There is much to be gained. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Everybody seems to be on the move except you. Use the situ- ation to organize your plans more precisely. Line up your budgets and accounts. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Where you have anything to say about what is done, give everybody concerned a lot to do or something serious to think about. Use self discipline, too. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Think twice before acting. What- ever you do may be more forc- ible than you'd planned. Keep work concerns out of your per- sonal relationships. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Take a firm approach to everything outside tne home. You find much to watch in the clashes between others, every- thing to gain by remaining out of them. Your mate deserves full cooperation. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Positive action in your ca- reer effort is a must today. In most other areas, it is better By Jeane Dixon Aug. j to keep the peace and wait for further developments. AQUARIUS Uaa. M Fei. You may be on a person- ality collision course with al- most everybody and not realize it. Consideration for others brings best results. You tend wind up paying the bills. Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Ben J. Losser, age 11, of Glendale, Arizona, for his question: Cloud seeding Last year in Florida, tests were made on a number of fluffy white cumulus clouds. Those that were seeded shed almost 33 times more rain than similar clouds that were not seeded. This sounds like suc- cess. However, a five-year seed- ing experiment over a large in- land area reduced the normal rainfall by 20 per cent. This ef- fort in man-made weather turned out to be a dismal fail- ure. The formation of raindrops is a very complicated weather event. Scientists started probing the mystery way back in the 1930s. They even managed to create miniature showers on a laboratory scale. Everybody had high hopes that at last mankind could control the weather. In the 1940s, the tests were taken outdoors. Clouds were seeded with crystals of dry ice, frozen carbon dioxide, ;ine silver iodide or dry ice crystals, either from the ground or from planes. If even a few of the seeds become coatei with gobs of misty moisture they can start the complex rain making process within the whole cloud. But we need tc know a very, great deal more about cloud seeding before we can guarantee a shower of the right, size in the right place at the right time. Questions by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Aady, P.O. Box 765, Huntlngton Beacb, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) PISCES (Feb. 19 March Get rid of materials and ob- jects which have no further use, outworn or outdated cloth- ing, etc. Don't include too many people in your planned ac- tivities. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. ills but treat it with respect Aspirin acts on many Have you ever taken aspirin? Over 27 million pounds of as- >irin are used each year In the Jnited States. That is enough ,o treat more than 17 billion icadaches. In addition to headaches, as- pirin is used to treat muscle >ains, decrease fever, treat ar- hritis and for a host of other iroblems. Since anyone can buy it across the counter, pa- tients often don't realize that it Is a potent medicine. Aside from allergic reactions, in large doses it can and does some- times cause coma and death. It should not be regarded as a simple household remedy but should be treated with respect and kept away from children. The important ingredient in Four killed in collision MYRNAM (CP) Four per- sons died in a car-truck colli- sion near here, 90 miles north- east of Edmonton. Dead are John Nadaruk, 21. Larry Nadaruk, 14, and Ecnesl Nadaruk, 11, sons of Nick Nadaruk of Myrnam, am Dwayne Bochon, 16, son of Peter Bocbon of Mymam. Truck driver Don Hampton 22, of Calgary vas uninjuret and a passenger, Stuart Tre- mere of Calgary, received mi nor injuries. RCMP said no charges have been laid and no inquest has been scheduled Serum hepatitis discovery made aspirin is salicylate. In aspirin is acetylsalycilic acid. Sali- cylate is also used as a salt ailed sodium salicylate. The sodium salt cannot be used in jatients who do not tolerate alt, like patients with heart ailure. Origin ally, salicylate was obtained from willow bark, 'hich is where its name comes rom. Willow bark was used by le ancients to lower fever. So- ium salicylate was used in the ater 19th century in the treat- ment of rheumatic fever and it is still used today for that pur- pose. Aspirin as we know it ap- peared in 1899. Aspirin will lower fever but will not affect the temperature of normal people. It accom- ilishes this by dilating the ilood vessels in the skin and causing the body to lose heat. Two aspirin tablets are about as effective in relieving para as he usual small dose of mor- )hine or codeine taken by nouth. Aspirin is particularly good in rleieving muscle pains, ;eneralized aches and head- iches but not so at re- ieving pain from internal or- gans, like kidney or gall lad- der pain. It is a good thing to :ake before going to the den- tist as it will significantly de- crease the pain you miglit feel. Salicylates can irritate the stomach. In the acid juice, small crystals form on the sto- mach lining and cause irrita- tion and even hemorrhage. You should take aspirin after eat- ing, not on an empty stomach. If is a good idea to take as- pirin with .an alkalizer (not so- dium bicarb o n a t e, however, since that gets rid of the sali- cylate from the A glass of milk will sometimes do the trick. The person taking large amounts of aspirin regularly should be under a doctor's care and he wjll be able to prescribe a good alkalizer for this. Aspirin will start having ef- fects within 30 .minutes and about half of it will last 24 hours. It does not cure colds md later with fragments of sil-rer iodide. Sometimes the cloud seeding worked, sometimes Ga. (CP) -Serum hepatitis, a liver disease long thought to be has had a needle exposure. The dying patient obviously hai serum hepatitis and the merely reduces fever and discomfort which, after all, bg 1nf made no difference and some-imes it even stopped a likely cloud from raining. Meterotogists have learned a lot more about cloud seeding n the past 20 years. But through unsterile hypodermic needles, now is being transmitted directly from person to person, says an epidemiologist. "Subtle and it to others." Gregg said "blood is always nvolved in serum hepatitis ransmission" in transferrinj he disease from the injectet leukemia patient) to the lot. The usual dose for an adult Is one to three tablets (0.3 gram tablets) every three to four hours. Larger doses are used to control inflammations, like in rheumatoid arthritis. still can't be sure whether it frill work because they are not sure of all the factors tha nake it work. A raincloud is oaded with misty droplets o: water. Too small to fall, they loat aloft, colliding and are taking place in the ecology of serum hepatitis over the past two years and the key discovery is that the disease can be transferred without a said Dr. Michael Gregg, chief epidemiologist The "brother" of serum hepa-itisisinfectious hepatitis, which is the more common ype, transmitted by contami-lated food or water and far less ikely to be fatal than a person needs to take lots of aspirin he can save money by buying aspirin in bottles. Some of the less advertised cheaper brands, are just as good as those with well-advertised names. Your doctor ing cannot fall Centre for Disease which has- a 10- to help you select the right multitudes of thsse misty had people on mortality lets merge together in who have a history lieavy drops of w a t e r. In nature, we know of two which means they've had multiple ON that tend to get this in an CHARLES H. reverted to South, he started. One is an electric nurse deals with a 11711 Br CKim to make his move in no In the lab, for instance, a who bleeds since a nine trick con- charged with static others come down with appeared to offer tha sometimes makes drops form in the ward and prospect for a game. His a cloud of A J was evenly distributed We also know that he had a stopper in dia- cloud mist tends to gather arramd certain solid A74 o n d s West's announced suit. called nuclei. These is North's next bid thai cores may be particles of soot, dust or salt but usually they are fine crystals of ice. A9632 VKQJ7 0 Q J 953 as the subject for our discussion. Altho he has the high card assets and tha seeders inject zillions of 2 A taking potential to seek able nuclei particles into a likely cloud. If all goes A V 7 game, his extreme shortness in hearts should serve as the misty droplets freeze A. 7 warning to probe for the stick to the seeds, then the (CP) 10 8 contract. Partner's two gobs melt and become will wait for a federal K10 trump response promised drops. But the operation is decision on K J 9 in the adverse suit, always successful because many unknown factors may before proceeding with its task force of urbanization bidding: East South West it does not necessarily show stoppers in all suits. If present. Meteorologists f u t u r e, Municipal Affairs Minister Fred Colborne s a i Pass 10 2 Pass 2 NT Pass 3 has little or nothing in hearts, then it will prove updrafts by upper and Pasl discreet to play a club wind directions. Atmospheric electricity may make a difference. And just recently, records revealed that thunderstorms occur most frequently on the second day after the ful moon. It is suggested that the moon causes this Colborne said he discussed the matter with federal urban affairs minister Robert Andras and that he was promised an answer on federal participation within the next month or so. The task force was lead: King of V North and South were lulled into a false sense of. confidence today by an overabundance of protection in the opponent's bid suit, they failed to recognize that this might be too much of a good thing, and the result on the In order to obtain an answer to his problem, North should make a cue hid of three diamonds, which is forcing for one round. If South has any strength in hearts, he will now either re-bid three no trump, or elss when it passes through the earth's geo-magnetic last summer by AI berta Premier Harry a loss that easily could have been will bid hearts in which case North can safely return During this current period of Alberta cities two passes, no trump. trial and error, most to t a k e part in to open the bidding the actual case, wnen seeding is done by position with one hears his partner bid Colborne said he This proved to be he should be alert- Aussies sell discussed with Mr. An dras Alberta's progress in decision for him, for if he had selected to the duplication of strength in that suit, and the MELBOURNE (AP) the national substantial heart weakness in hearts. tralia has sold 18 code on a province his initial call, the will therefore be appropri- bushels of wheat to the would have been for him to now raise to four clubs, and thft Arab Republic, Acting Genera Manager John Williams of overcalled with may carry on to game wheat board said Wednesday Industry observers believe the sale was worth about million million nine persons per rsquarc mile, North Dakota ranks 43rc in population density In the United in preference to making a takeout double, due to his lack of preparedness for a heart response. When the that suit. The success of this endeavor hinges merely on finessing the opening bidder for tie queen of spades. AHtKE KEUKNS A LON6 TRIP SHCttP SE KEETEP UTTHA KAS.E HUE.' lANCElOT-By Cektf t tan ANPHOWI KNOW WHY1- 1 BS6PLAN- MOCWC. MADS ALL MV FAVOR AND ATE fflKg FOP. PINNER TONISHT, BlONDIE-By Chic Young THAT CVKWl BUT TWEBE'S NOSOCV ELSS IN TVSE VOULLVUWE TO TAkE M6BJANP YOUR TURN YOU SHOOLONT TOO UJNO AWWT BHUE BAILEY-By Mort Walk.r I THOUSHT WrilCM TART PIP you WRITE, LT FLAP? WHICH WROTE 111 ABNER-By Al Capp WHATEVER riS-AH'LU WILL? AH'Lt- DRAWA PITCHER OFIT.1 HE DONE HAP A WEALTH DREAM -BUT AH DOM'TKWOW HONEST ABE RIM HAVIM' WIGHT- MARES TYPICAL CASEO' SUDPEN WEAlM! NOW THAT VO'GOTA M1LWUM DOLLAHS, SO'MUS'BE ARCHIE-By Bob Montana (HETOLO HERHCW THE PRINCIRM. HE SAID SHE COULDN'T WHEN DID MISS BBAZLY EVER HAVE HER HAIR IKI A ai iu? MORNING ORDERED YOSS KAZLYToee ASHOKTHNR- HI AND lOIS-By Dik I THINK1 WHEN >CU HAVE NKE LSBS ffS A SHAMS TO HIDE THE'' UNDER A LOW? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal 1DONY KNOW YET THE DOCTORS S1U.U IM BUGS BUNNY WHAT A LOVELY MEWJ NOT A DIRTY PISH i SIGHT; fiS VOU MAY HAVE SUEAMSEP I AM J WITHOUT FUNPS, BUT AM WILLINSTO PERFORM MY VSVAL DISHWASHING CHORE TO PAY FOK MY MEAL! ;