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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta D - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Tuesday, January 12, 197! RABIES: A virus disease affecting the nervous system; its symptoms and what to do Bv STEVE BAREHAM Herald Farm Writer Rabies is s virus disease of all warm - blooded animals, affecting the nervous system. Foxes, wolves and coyotes are the chief hosts, although it may also infect skunks, rats and other animals. The disease is transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal. The virus is present in the saliva and is introduced through the bite wound. It follows the nerve trunks to the spinal cord and brain. It is possible to have infection result from the virus gaining entrance through a cut or scratch when people handle infected animals that are drooling, or when examining the mouth. The incubation period (the phase through which the germs SNOW WOMAN? - A break with tradition - perhaps influenced by the Women's Lib movement - is evident in this winter-fun sculpture by Diane and Ted Buiunis, left, and Linda and Randy Coyle. In any case, the shores of Henderson Lake became a studio for the occasion as the smiling, swim-suited gal took shape one sunny afternoon last week. Qty Liberal delegates to be picked Friday Lethbridge delegates to the Alberta Liberal Association annual meeting in Calgary Jan. 29-31 will be selected at a meet- ing in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel at 8 pm. Friday. Dr. W. J. Cranley, president of the provincial Lethbridge rid- Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven to shrink hemorrhoids...and repair damaged tissue. t A renowned research institute with a healing substance (Bio-has found a unique healing sub- Dyne) which quickly helps heal stance with the ability to shrink injured cells and stimulates hemorrhoids painlessly. It re- growth ofnew tissue. Bio-Dyne is lieves itching and discomfort in offered in ointment and supposi-minutes and speeds up healing tory form called Preparation H. of the injured, inflamed tissues. In adduion t0 actualIy shdnk. One hemorrhoidal case his- ing hemorrhoids, Preparation H tory after another reported lubricates and makes elimina- "very striking improvement." tion less painful. It helps prevent Pain was promptly and gently infection which is a stated cause relieved ... actual reduction or of hemorrhoids. retraction(shrinking)tookplace. Just asfc youf druggist fof And most important-this Preparation H. Suppositories or Improvement was maintained in Preparation H Ointment (with a cases where clinical observations special applicator). were continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, jef^d,.^ these tests and observations were made on patients with a wide variety of hemorrhoidal conditions. All this was accomplished Satisfaction or your money Preparation [3 pass before development of first symptoms), is relatively short when the wound is located near the central nervous system, as on the face and head. Bites on the Hps and nose are especially dangerous. The average incubation period Is: dog-three to six weeks; horse and cow - two to 10 weeks; sheep and goats - three to four weeks; swine^-two to three weeks; and man - three to nine weeks. The symptoms characteristic of the disease in wild animals are generally easily observed. The infected animal may become very bold, without fear of man or beast, may attack dogs tied in yards, and even domestic livestock in fields and pens. Most bite at abnormal objects such as sticks and even at Constitution group here Wednesday ings association, said the issues at present confronting the provincial party would be argued at the meeting. The party is currently without a provincial leader and faces a likely election in five months. The Calgary meeting was not called as a leadership convention but an attempt will be made to turn it into one. Robert Russell of St. Albert has announced he will seek the leadership. George McKimm of Calgary, who is backing Mr. Russell, said he will attempt to get the two-thirds of delegates necessary to convert the meeting to a leadership con vention- I Dr. Cranley and 37-year-old Edmonton lawyer Mike Mac-Donald are the only two announced candidates for the presidency, to succeed Peter Petra-suk, Calgary alderman. Mr. Petrasuk announced Monday he would resign from the position he has held for the normal two-year tenure. The meeting Friday in Lethbridge will see the naming of 10 delegates from each of the East and West Lethbridge ridings, which are directed by a single executive. The approximately 30-mem-1 ber parliamentary committee on the constitution is due to arrive about 1:30 Wednesday afternoon for its 7:30 p.m. public forum in the lecture theatre of the Kate Andrews Building. A city tour and reception and a visit to the home of Alberta member, Deane Gundlock, Lethbridge Progressive Conservative MP, are scheduled prior to the meeting on the University of Lethbridge campus. The joint Senate-House committee is currently gathering public reaction in British Columbia and Alberta to reforming of the Canadian constitution. The week-long tour will con elude Thursday in Calgary. Submissions were originally to be in the committee's hands two weeks in advance of meetings, but this has been waived Written briefs will be accepted at the lecture hall door just prior to the forum- No notice is necessary for verbal submissions. The lecture theatre accommodates 130-135 persons themselves; most champ at the jaws and some drool saliva, the eyes are starey and appear crossed. DOGS In early stages dogs seem to change in their disposition. They are capricious, and at other times irritable or depressed. They show symptoms of anger, are easily excited, fretful, change from one place to another, are easily frightened by the slightest cause, or may even become very affectionate. They soon show a tendency to gnaw or swallow indigest i b 1 e substances and objects. They refuse food or may take food which they have a special taste for, holding it in their mouth for a few moments and then letting it drop out of the mouth again. There is commencing eviwC3 1971 SKI-DOO OLYMPIC 335 cc, 20 H.P., 6 hour*. New Price $795 Jr Low Cost Avco Financing * No it Wheat and Barley Taken On Trade * Used Machin Down Payment * Trades Welcome es Carry a 50/50 30-Day Warranty On Parts and Labor DEAN McFADDEN $875. JANUARY CLEARANCE 1971 SKI-DOO OLYMPIC New, 335 cc, 20 H.P., sliders. New Price $895. C7QC JANUARY CLEARANCE . . . ? � *3 1971 SKI-DOO NORDIC New, 399 cc, 24 H.P.. New Price $1095. CQ7C JANUARY CLEARANCE . . . 3�P I 9 1971 SKI-DOO OLYMPIC New, 300 cc, 15 H.P. New Price $675 $745 JANUARY CLEARANCE 1970 SKI-DOO T'N'T 399 cc, 30 H.P. 564 miles, New Price $1235. C7QC JANUARY CLEARANCE ... 9l33 1969 SKI-DOO T'N'T New Price $1500. $795 669 cc, 45 H.P, JANUARY CLEARANCE ... 1969 SKI-DOO ALPINE Twin track. Electric. New Price $1345. JANUARY CCQC CLEARANCE............$D39 1968 SKI-DOO SUPER 370 SOLD 370 cc, 18'/i H.P. JANUARY CLEARANCE 1967 SKI-DOO OLYMPIC 10'/> H.P. Completely rebuilt. C99C JANUARY CLEARANCE . . . 1970 SCORPION STINGER Mark II, 336 cc, 26 H.P. New Price $1095. rn|n JANUARY CLEARANCE . . . 1971 SKIROULE SX 440 New, 440 cc twin. 32 H.P. �1 ftOT! New Price $1185. JANUARY CLEARANCE .91 Ufce*' 1971 SKIROULE S-400 New, 399 cc twin, 38 H.P. New Price $1035. CQOC JANUARY CLEARANCE ................... *9099 1971 SKIROULE S-340 New, 340 cc twin, 24 H.P. New Price $965. JANUARY CLEARANCE .................. $825 2-1971 SKIROULE SS-300 New, 300 cc (ingle, slider suspension. 23 H.P. New Price $895. JANUARY CLEARANCE...... �9 � 99 1971 ARCTIC CAT LYNX Demonstrator, 300 cc, 19 H.P. New Price $965. C70)K JANUARY CLEARANCE ................... 9199 1969 ARCTIC CAT 440 440 cc, 30 H.P., excellent condition. JANUARY CLEARANCE............ $895 1969 WOLVERINE Like new, 15 H.P. JANUARY CLEARANCE . .. $225 BERT & MAC'S CYCLE LTD. Complete Stock of Snowmobile Accessories 913 3rd AVE. S. - PHONE 327-3221 Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. 1969 ARCTIC CAT Excellent Condition. 22 h.p...........JANUARY CLEARANCE $550 LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd AVE. S. - PHONE 327-111* Open friday Till 9 p.m. ;