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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE lErHBRIOGE HERAID Tuesday, February 8, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON KIAKSI'A Y, KKI'i. 9 Your plans nirii mil ico tieht (tur bii-ilnliiy (.'on- (n.ul naiTou for llu1 benefits lumps an oponin" I available ra.-e unir sighUs, of n loiiii buildup in both ma- j reach cut for more Iv'i-ia! and .-pinlu.d dirt-clions. I (.IMP ill .Inly [iiiv da'' Iniim Reality is holier than In? im- on- hciiiLic, niton I ;K ai i-cs jivi1 iht1 and of U'm'cnlr.'ilc nil si'niHH business cepl Hi" 'jliallcupe of competi- nl' An juniciiblc com- promise i' -in I't1 vi'ry profilnlih1. IUS JU May you knov.1 iirul you ivnnt. oUiiny is likclv in conic In per- now. anil pcrplii from! VlliCl) lAuc. Scpi, 221: rlistanl place.-' Mil" excitement. Focus iitlcnlion on ihr mnel or You peiTrke >ubtlc final- unfamiliar wherever HKTC is ifics in your male fur the first any chnce. unii nrem- liine. I isc.s fur n possible ex Ira ac- (1I-3IINI (May -.'I -lunr I qiiisilion. I.HiltA (Scpl. Oct. tiadgcLs appear as part of vn.ii1 scone, Your friends am full of .surprises. Share Hie many liitlc j interrupt iuns in liiyh yoocl hn- inor. SCORPIO (Oct. Nov. LI j Financial considerations I kL priority today. You have a lr t- tor Ilinn usual facility j dealing with them. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. j Speak your mind family affairs. Unorthodox rci j cdics promise Lo work not much else docs. Look for- i uaid rather than back. 22 Jan. Duide. your lime as you can bjhvcun work j ;nul play. Prefer the technical of your work. AQl'AIili'S (Jan. 'JO isi: A of pace and di- rection is needed. You lend lo press .single lines of activity be- optimum efficiency. I'ISCKS (Pcb. 19-March llnildinp will comes nat- urally tdoay MS yon explore The hk'ssinss you have in the qual- iiiw of llic people you love. liy The Chicago Tribune) VOU SEEM BOTHERED W CHARLIE I ffif HAViNc THIS r-Vi'PKE-V.I., I iEE AWf-ClF KAR5 FROM MOW AT A rllf'E PANSlET... THE MASTER OF CEKETONIES IS INTKODUCIN6 THE HEAD TAPLE, AND WEN HE 6ET5 TOME. I TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M, D. j air pressure YOU A HAPLESS VICTIM OF HOW ARE YOU TOPAY, M Y POV THft LONSEVlfr CRUNCH! A MARTYR TO THE PERVERSE PESIRE OP HIS FELLOW MEN TO CUNS TO A PRIEF ANP WRETCHEP EVISTEWCEi YOU VVANWA KE 4v KMnw? ...ANPaiNGiANPCUNfr BLONDIE-By Chic Young ycles (Irnr Dr. Our son nits >enl to Fort, f'vcl and we arc very concerned tbout the kiml mci> iiigiti.s is it'.' Why dn ncae of (he oilier camps have it? Could ihc prnn b? [More rll 111? time and lie dormant and live with certain v, tallicr conditions? prevent.-" Hie cnlire fort (rcm yelling il n c meningitis bdi. They have about Ifi.cno cases a >car. De- troit hEid a major outbreak in 1920 and reported 72-t cases and half of the people died. This was before Ilia days of salfa drugs. The .neuirgilis germ is paiLicniarly susceptible lo sulfa. En recent years some resistant strains developed but at Ueini! so eon-; une time sulfa dru.-is elimmaled lagiou.s. do they keep send- ing our sens there'.' 1 know this is a order but il i.s also a hip concern, nol only nf our own as parents, but also of the parents of the almost all cases of meningitis and early trcaiment was dra- matically successful Incidentally, ihe disease is net as contagious as you think. Even during epidemics, fewer tlv.n five per ccnl of the cases >0'jnc men v.bo live at Iror Ord. Pcrhap.s it s'.ionld be j come from households where closed prrmnnenLly. Witli all someone has the disease, and the other thinirs our boys must durinp epidemics as much as cndm-e. we don't need this. I go pyr cent of the population liuly vish one couhl pel more j niav ho cnrrying the ecrms in infonnaiJon the Mibioct. ij-ir threat uilhout developing Dear 1 understand j the disease, your coiioci-n and I am E-.u-e a dc; tot of olhcr parcels led the ,T, ,ho fame way. epidemics rue i u.ilh lhp in ,he caused hy a bacterium called [ai, inijs is onc of the miaty the racningococcus so named d qucstions. because the v.ilh ,t m trequcntly affects llio nienmgos (hat H.p mj or the cmcniiK of ths brain inl-cdions cmiswl hy Infections usually occur in mcnir.gococciiK. A vaccine may sporaclic epidemics. The most. 500n available which can ccmiT.on type of Ihcsc gei-ms. prujucc immuniiy. Vaccines causes infections in apprnxi- arc a feliable llian iiiatcly 20-year cycles. T h 11 s. aniibiotics. In recent years I hero was DU'D THEY SPENT TWOBIUIOM ON A you WEPE STILU SLEEPIS'S IM A WOODEN BOX CALGARY (CP) A lasl- acling ski patrol memlier has been credited with saving the c.' a old girl whose go! ler in trouble at Paskapoo Ski Centre. Arthur jMoehrlc was skiing past a tow rope when he heard Mai7 Cilmorc calling for liclp. "1 saw her scarf caught in the tow Mr. lloehrle said. "She was being dragged up the Jiill by her neck." The girl was pulled through the iafely g-ate at the lop of the lift and hung by her scarf about 10 feet above the ground. The tow stops automatically when a person is pulled through the safety gale. ARTIFICr'Al, HESIMR He was unable (o reacn the girl and needed help from two boys who were lifted within reach of ihe rope, grabbed it, and brought it down so Miss Gilmore could be removed. "She fell into the snow and I commenced artificial respir- alion right away." said llr. JloebrJe. a University of Cal- gary electronics technician. "1 noticed there was no pulse in her neck so I hit her chest hard on the sternum bone and heart gave a great big thump and slarted to beat. f just finished a course in heart massage at the uni- versity, and everything from the course ran through my head." The girl's mother, Mrs. E. G. Gilmore, said: "If he hadn't been so quick on Ihe bit, Mary wouldn't be here now." The girl is at home and rc- p.irled in gocci condition. LI'L ABNER-By AI Capp IS SO CLI AM f, 01 F. PALS TOP.MSTHAR OM V >M- ARCHlE-By Bob Montana AND HOW HOW TO SIT INTERESTING PROPERLY.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns Ptirluhlc concept cited ropolilnn Winnipeg's planning division concept of portable parks Itas awarded one of seven prizes in an international urban design competition spon- sored by Ihe government o[ France. The portable park concept provides foi- utilization cA va- cnnl Jols iu H moveable parks compete with benches and liRhling. Winnipeg's first portable park was set up talc in 1071, provid- ing a skill ing rinlt (or down- use. Y WE PONT WANT 1 AREyoueuys 60IK6 TO SIT L GARBA6E IN SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY Wotch those words YORK (Renter) 'Hie N'nlioiiiil Council of Churches, nolini! Ihni church pulili- cnlioiw fall inlo Ihc "miilc-cliBii- vinisl" c.ilosory. has issued guidelines "for avoiding SCT- riili' sIciToljpes." M MiwcslFd Ihal Ihc Ici-in "man" he o.srlioiu'fi in ol "persons" iind pnrlrnyals of uomr.n us passive and men us ngfircs- sivc avoided. THIS VACUUM CLEANER'LL SUCK L'P DIRT YA DIPN'T kWOW VA PETUNIAJ OKAY, OKAY, LET'S SEB IT NOTICE HOW EASY IT HANPLES...YAK ...BLA.. ER... HOW'S THAT FEK fOtVEft? ;