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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope TuMday, January 5, 1971 - THI UTHBRIDOE HERALD - 13 By Jeane Dixon WEDNESDAY, JAN. � Your birthday today: This is a sort of harvest year, in which the results years of efforts of seven begin to show. You draw away from people and habits which con-tribute little to your happiness. Definite materials are there for the asking, and you can use them for solid sue- ____  Boyle's column By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - There is no finer fun than playing the game of "remember when." The more we can match each other's memories the more warmly akin we feel. You can play the game prettty well yourself if you can look and remember when- Every girl dreamed of meeting the man she'd marry by having him save her from being mashed by a runaway horse. The school of hard knocks had more pupils than any other school in town. If you didn't swim, you sank. The only really big problems youth had to face was acne. The rich had all the ice they wanted all the year round, but the poor got most of theirs in winter. It made you feel mysterious to eat in a Chinese restaurant. A guy in the 1920s who wore sideburns and flapping pants was called a "cake eater." The girl he escorted wore rolled hose, short skirt and a studied look of vacuity, and was known as a "flappper." Before you got into an automobile, you kicked it in the radiator for good luck and then bent down and hand-cranked it to start the engine. GAS GAVE PREMIUM Only the local gas station had the courage to give away free calendars with a nude girl on the cover. After you found a steady job, you were expected to stay with it for the rest of your life. The general theory was that you should begin by sweeping out the place and end up running it. The furniture store owner in a small town had two expressions-he smiled when you bought a davenport, he looked discreetly sad when you were pricing a coffin. Young ladies wore big-brimmed hats in summer to protect their pale complexion from the sun's ravages. A tanned face made a girl feel rather common. When you heard an Irish accent, you subconsciously figured that its owner was on the police force, worked in a sal- Baby's kidneys won't work MINNEAPOLIS (A P) -Eleven-week-old Amy Fussy was bom with kidneys that won't work and has undergone 14 treatments on an artificial kidney machine. Doctors at University of Minnesota Hospitals say they believe she is the first infant to undergo more than four kidney machine sessions, but they say Amy probably can live "only a few more weeks" if she doesn't have a kidney transplant. Dr- Michael Mauer said the machine can only be a temporary measure to prolong life for anyone as small as nine-pound Amy. Surgeons are ready to perform a transplant if a donor kidney becomes available oon, or was helping build a railway. Anybody who dwelt outside hearing distance of a street car was known to vaudevillle wits as a "hayseed," a "rube," or a "local yokel." You could buy a hand-wound phonograph for what it costs you today to have a color television set repaired. Those were the days-remember? cess. Your own efforts are the greatest factor. Today's natives have a faculty of escaping public notice, whether they are acting constructively or scandalously. ARIES (March 21-April �): Go along with the. stream of events, coincidence; take casual advantage of whatever happens. Seek fresh business aud social contacts. Group financial projects promise progress' TAURUS (April 20  May 20): Tend your business without letting friends tell you what do do. Someone who really knows may let you in on confidential information- Don't neglect exercise, GEMINI (May 21  June 20): There's much to celebrate today among friends and family. Teamwork goes well. Settle a reasonable deal without fuss LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Healthy living patterns help control cholesterol Dear Dr. Lamb - Several weeks ago I had some tests, recommended because I am an "aspiring executive" 46 years old. My doctor said my cholesterol was all right but my "blood fat" was too high. He prescribed some medicine and said I'd have to take it the rest of my.life. He said my blood fat might be just as important as my cholesterol and suggested that I write you about it. Naturally, I am interested, and I'd also like to know bow to lower my blood fat without taking medicine the rest of my life. Dear Reader - There are a number of different "blood fat" measurements' Your doctor is probably talking about "triglycerides." This is the term used for the three fat particles joined chemically to be transported in the blood. The tri-fat particle is tied to varying amounts of cholesterol. Some tests are only for choletserol and others measure these and other fat products. It is true that triglycerides are important. They are also more difficult to measure than cholesterol. All of these tests, including cholesterol vary on different examinations and one test alone does not tell the whole story. Under stress, the level may be up and the next day it may be down. Repeated determination is needed to really know how much trouble a person has, if any. Medical students taking a final exam have had very high cholesterol levels at exam time. There are different methods, too, which causes different values. Now what to do about it? I don't blame you for not wanting to take medicine the rest of your life. Sometimes medicine is indicated but very often you can do as much or more for yourself with a good diet and exercise program. The goal is to eliminate, in so far as possible, any excess fat stores. Both the diet and exercise program should be gradual and persistent- Persistent means every day. I have had great success in keeping blood fats and cholesterol levels within normal limits in people who have really followed such program' Many people are not success- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN I* WlillTIi CMum TriMMI Both vulnerable. South Seals. NORTH 4k Q lft 8 2 0 8742 + KO WEST *�& C J OKJ1 *WM7�S4Z *>� SOUTH 4KJ784 A K J 101 OQ *AJ the bidding; �oath Weit North 1 * Pais 2 * 3 Past 3 A 4 * Pm Pact EAST A A3 ftt ^ HUMOR? BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker LI L ABNER-By Al Capp ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal |1ttg UfDRLP IS RMMP7 1rl? WORLD IS FLAT/ BUGS BUNNY YA GOT ME SO CONfVSED,) I FEPGOT WHO I WAS GONNA CAUL J ;