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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETKM1BSE KKALO Friday, febrvarf 5, Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon SATURDAY, FEB. Your Birthday Today: You are on your own this coming year, under gentle but steady pressures from the people who believe in you, but not too deeply in what you're conditions. Anything thai happens shouldn't be taken too wrsonally. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Inevitably you come to being teased, hazed, and this is probably such a time. Get an made lately now come, iome to you lor keeping or breaking. Experimenting, eith-r with things or with people, is strictly out-of-order at present. PISCES (Feb. IS March arrangements nut not be upset if there's an hour delay or some people fail to a[ pear. Your willingness to adjui earns respect. By The Chicago TribiuM Today's natives are in a good humor so as And given to broad ahead of the game. ARIES (March 21 April Easy does it there's no (Sept. 2S Oct. mi age in working off expect to be intrigued stress on the people around in what your mate Nobody seems to have as are doing. Your energy available. TAURUS (April 20 May is much wanted by a younger Jv, Your patience and (Oct. 23 Nov. sends a complete proves your true feelings. once practical details set of the World strenuous activities for the varied and complex for to being. A quiet evening is keep up with all of age 12, of achievement in care saves much Indiana, for her and tunnels dug down GEMINI (May 21 June later. Your thrift deposits buried deep Stay on or near your base today. Strangers claim have to cover your own ground. The job calls f drills and mighty shove ity but are apt to have a (Nov. man-made plastics and trucks and usiu misunderstanding of your situation. CANCER (June 21 July Check your facts and appointments. Be wary of unfamiliar medications or volatile products for household uses. People can be contrary for a time today. LEO (July 23 Aug. Elaborate preparations, tight schedules are not quite the appropriate approach to today's The fashion now is to be unpredictable. Don't be too critical. Anything you say is taken tenfold, and destructively. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Incomplete figures anc stories are common today. Take advantage of any chance to get away from old familiar ruts, even for a few hours. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Whatever promises synthesized, or chemically remodeled, from simpler substances, most of them extracted from hydrocarbons in coal and petroleum. The basic raw materials are provided by nature. The same thing applies to the story of iron. The ore that provides the basic ingredient for making iron ?nd steel is produced by the patient earth. Our part of the project is streams to toe the ore pgantic processing mills. In these common ores, t iron content is from 50 to >er cent. The rocky chunks a oaded into skyscraper bla urnaces, along with lum imestone and ctadery coke. treat seven tons of ore. a fi nace requires three tons coke, a ton of limestone, fo tons of blasting air and strear mighty bridges and water. When the hefty LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. our pounding hammers and whirling wheels and are heated to abc i.OOO degrees Fahrenheit, cha other sturdy reactions in the furna the unwanted ingre is spread thinly and melt the iron. T Severe electric in rocks and gravels, sands and clays and iron sinks to the b torn and is drained off to o minerals. The heat-resistant containers. effect makes up about five per cent of the earth's is estimated that our n is of course, a metallic ore deposits may meet e that tends to oxidize for several centuries. 1 air and form needs are accelerating a Dear Dr. Lamb My Burns on the rusty iron oxides. It supplies will dwindle. M year-old brother was because the skin is there since the industry already is usi cuted when a conveyer resistant to electric formed. And here and other low gra cable broke three months The resistance is through the ages, it with iron contents of 25 He was unconscious for the heat and the modeled and per cent. However, the ir hours and in critical and clothing may crystal activities. We extracted by new and el for several days. He was have holes burned in in sedimentary rocks, in processes that are ev ed on his arms and had the shock, lavas and also in costly than the faith burns on his pelvis and or legs may be stiff metamorphic furnace. His doctor said he may go for months but in nature, we never sane later in life. Is this recover. There may metallic element alone. sends a World sible? Will it affect his mild personality always in a chemical to Kelli Taylor, age 1 OTV? Also is it true that these, too, are with oxygen, Ottawa, Ontario, Canad will be sterile? I would like the only permanent sulphur or othere her question: the information you can are those of actual The job of separating can a fly stick to me about a person who on the surface complex and costly been a later formation of of it is spread too problem baffles ev Dear Reader No one in the eyes. The make this worthwhile. of young human guarantee that any person, including you and me, will not be insane or sterile with or without having been electrocuted. But let me assure you that as a rule there is no permanent damage to a person who recovers from a severe electric to this is the person whos heart is stopped and not start ed soon enough, resulting in brain damage. This occurs onl when the heart has been affeci ed and artificial resuscitation of the heart was required. Lightning is a special form of electric shock. It doesn't at least 40 countries there are mineral deposits that con tain a very high concetration of iron. These are the valuable ores that we mine and process to make objects of iron ant steel. In North America, the most commonly used ores are To grasp it with pro understanding, we must try imagine the bitsy body of a He weighs a mere smidgen i if he were human size, might mistake him for a wei shaped Martian monster, tually, this small earthing built for a special, way of An electric current can affect the brain temporarily. After all, it is still used for shock therapy in treating psychiatric illnesses. The current may induce loss of consciousness or stun the individual. As the current affects thp brain or if kill. People have ha their clothes torn off and hav only been stunned. About 700 persons are Hlec by electricity at work eac year. Another 150 are killed b lightning and an equal numbe in the oxides hematite, magnetite and siderite and also pyrite which is a compound of iron and sulphur. Our major depos its are around the Great Lakes in the western and also the eastern mountains. The mines may be open surface pits, is very different from 01 Being an insect, naturally has six legs. The lower joinl each leg is covered with ha bristles and ends in a most markable foot. This is w makes it possible for him walk straight up a wall or st moves through the body, it can cause the muscles to contract violently. The electric current can cause an irregularity of the heart that prevents it from pumping blood. If this persists, death ensues. This is how most electrocutions work. Severe shock can cause the tissues it comes in contact with to coagulate; it literally cooks them. This can result in mus- cle damage and burns on the body. Electrical burns are usually at the point where the current enters and leaves the body. If the current passes through a small part of the body and doesn't reach the brain or heart, it will cause only local effects in the part of the body involved. Current often doesn't do a lot of damage inside the body because the blood and in- ner organs are good electrical Basford threatens drug business TORONTO Affairs Minister Ron Basford says that if drug manufac- turers and importers continue to thwart his plans to lower drug prices he will propose tougher methods of dealing with them. Speaking to 100 York Centre Liberals, he outlined what he called three possible choices: federal government could abolish patent protection on drugs or else reduce the protection froin the present 17 years to five years; could follow Mani- toba's lead and set up a cen- tral drag purchasing agency. Manitoba Premier Edward Schreyer has estimated the agency will reduce prescrip- tion costs by about 25 per cent; government could es- tablish its own manufacturing j and importing corporation a proposal firs', made by Mr. Basford last summer. The min- ister said Wednesday night he believed the conmration would be "conceivable." Meanwhile, Manitoba phar- macists arc worried that the recently announced provincial Gonorrhea runs wild WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. government, saying gonor- rhea is out of control and must be considered a major national epidemic, has called for an all- out effort to stop the increase in venereal disease. A professional board headed by Dr. Bruce Webster of New York was set up Wednesday to map a national strategy and en- courage more public and pri- vate medical teamwork. Surgeon-General Jesse Stein- feld said gonorrhea ranks first among reportable communica- ble diseases in the United States. OTTAWA (CD-Jean-Pierre The American Social Health Cole, minister responsible for Association, which is headed by j tiie post office, said yesterday Webster, estimates there 1 the. is considering about two million cases of gon- raising the: price of [Ktstage orrhea and crises of infcc- Stamp price hike studied tious syphilis in the United States lost year. .stnmn.s. Alfred D. Hales Wei- lingion i asked him in the Com- mon.s Canada will fol- low u.s. lead. I'ost.iKi! on first class U.S. himself onto the ceiling. The foot of a fly has tw very strong claws shaped lik a pair of cow horns. Under the claws there are two sticky pads He uses' his claws as grapplin hooks and his pads to stick t solid surfaces. This built is sturdy enough t enable him to hoist his ligh weight body straight up a wa government study of drug pur OT safely on the ceiling, chasing practices might mean the beginning of the end for the private druggist. B. A. Lloyd, president of the Manitoba Pharmaceutical As- sociation, said a meeting has been called for early next week to decide a course of action. f WHEK WUVE-JUST CJOKE HOJIE FROM WORM SCHOOL, TKEarS A T0- LANCELOT-ly Coktr t V i. 1 I 11 t7