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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHBRIDGE HEKAID Momloy, November !6, 7 By Jecme Dixon Tl'KMUY. NOV. 17 Yimr 1" the year you will more than' oxp.'rk'iK-u sudden events wluoli rcqui'v you lo lake a floar. simp'o line of Any siidi incident can Ire a ImT.ins puiiil in your spiritual fvclv.-menl. Mate- rial pains con- sidered Hie major (actor and ir.ry not conv.1 if you tail to sack (ullcr personal grmvlli. Today's natives usually have strong fccsirc for personal streiislli (iiicl power. AlilKS (Jlareh il-April In your home situation is an answer to some of your cam- ings challenscs. an idea never fully applied. Moderation helps you' se? Hie flaws in time to do somctfc'.ni! constructive. T.AUKl'S 29 May Blood tests for children advocated ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. (AP) A special study group of the American Heart Association urged pediatricians here to conduct routine blood tests for high levels of fats in all children from families with a history of early heart death. Children who show high lev- els, the group said, should be put on special diets in an at- tempt to prevent heart attacks later in life. j Estimates of the number of United States children who might have high blood-fat levels range from one in 100 to one in the doctors said. Dr.' Sheila C. Mitchell, assist- ant to the director of the Na- tional Heart and Lung Institute, said the group was making the recommendation to "tell pedia- tricians what they can do right DOW" to combat heart disease. The study group made its re- port to the annual meeting of the American Heart Association and at a news conference. Where you have a choice be- tween doing the job yourself or directing somebody else, try (li- ra-ling. Your restlessness is high use it for career-build' ing, circulating your story. OUMINI (May 21 June You c.-in fritter' away energy, or you can concentriiie and get quite a bit done it's up to you. Attend to family arrange- ments, avoiding bygones and side-issues. C.XNCKI! (June 21 July Aside from sensitivity in fam- ily relations, you have every- thing going for you. Make sure you'take a rest-break for re- tlccUcti and char.ge of inner di- rection. LEO (July 23 Ycu'r test spot today is off- stage. Seek expert advice, deal with transactions involving in- stitutions. Important changes arc possible in personal ar- rangemenis. VIRfiO (Aug. 2.1 Sept. Improve your position, confer with influential people, seek co- operation for group projects. Specific money matters should wail for another time. LlliliA (Scpl. 2.1 Oct. Don't be oversensitive; pa- tiently work out details. Your turn will come and the reward will be the fuller for having waited for pattern lo come full I cycle. I SCOlil'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. i Self-improvement shows today. Added co-operation is also in- dicated. Make the most of both. Settle some long-standing fam- ilv uncertainly if you can. 'SAGITTAHIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Your friends fail lo sec your opportunity. Plunge right ahead where you can gel in- fluential persons lo help. This evening find something new lo do. CAl'IUCORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Marital or partnership af- fairs require full discussion, some compromise. II is a gen- Toys banned r new U.S. law DISABLED VETS There are about disa- bled veterans in Canada. IS Coming Nov. 19th WASHINGTON (AP) With Christmas little more than a month away, the United States Food and Drug Administration has taken its first action under 3 new law and moved to ban certain toys as dangerous to children. And, in a related action, the agency simultaneously an- nounced plans to check depart- ment stores and other retail out- lete for electrical, mechanical or thermal hazards in toys. Targets of new regulations to be published Tuesday are Pro- tect-0-Product, a musical toy rattle, distributed by Reliance Products Corp., Woonsocket, Party Pack Fringed Balloon Squawkers, distributed by American Party Favors, T'ittston, Pa.; Jarts, a lawn dart gama distributed by B. B. Jarts, Inc., South GlenuFalls, N.Y.; and Wasp Cap Gun, dis- tributed by Ohio Art Co., Bryan, Ohio. The new published under the 1969 Toy Safety knock off the market toys which can inflict puncture wounds; toys which easily disassemble into parts which can be swallowed or in- haled; plus noisy toy guns. Royalite Car-a-Week Sweepstakes WINNERS FOR WEEKS of NOV. 2nd nntf NOV. 9th A. Bertrand W. Dnwson 918 Rosser Avenus 161 5th Avenue Brandon, Man. Swift Current, Sask. We're givhg away a zippy Toyota Corolla every week! So pick up your entry form from your nearest participating Royalite service station. (Use your Royalite credit card and we'll enter you automatically.) This week's 115 winners (of watches, binoculars, radios, cameras, pens) are now listed at your Royalite station. Check for your name. Have you entered this week? wnners circle. orally favorable day. Your friends open fresh outlets worthy of exploration. AQUAK1US (Jan. 29 Feb. Both career ami family matlers move forward. Be tol- erant with those who show im- patience Cor progress. An ap- peal io reason works belter if coupled with an appeal to sclt- respcet. PISCES (Feb. ID-March In your responsibility for other people's concerns, today is a complex puzzle with much fa- vorable potential. Your own prospects improve while pur- suing your duties. 1070, Ncwsday, Inc. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Virus bug goes on the attack It's that time of year again when the nose drips, the throat tickles, coughs and sneezes pol- lute the air and flu bugs lay waste to entire communities. It seems as if almost everyone Iras a i t i "chest cold" or "flu." All of these may be called an "upper respiratory infection." It gets pretty confusing trying to learn what you have, how lo prevent it if you don't have it and what to do when the preventive pro- p-am fails. Let's see if w.e can unravel this mess. Just what is a cold? It is a virus infection of the nose, throat or larynx. Most import- antly, it does not cause any sig- nificant rise in body tempera- ture or fever. A cold causes mild symptoms of not feeling up to par, sometimes accom- panied by sneezing and head- aches. A few days later, there may be a dry throat, then the characteristic stage of water discharge from the nose. More severe illnesses with fever real- ly are pharyngitis (sore bronchitis, flue or other dis- eases. There may be a hundred dif- ferent viruses that can cause a common cold. No wonder a sin- gls cure or prevention hasn't been developed. Some of these same viruses cause severe sore throats, fever, pleurisy, flu, pneumonia and severe i 11- nesses. Virus pneumonia often begins with an illness that resembles a cold. The persistent cough, lever and longer duration of the illness suggest viral pneumo- nia instead of a common cold, or virus infection of the throat. Certain virus infections of the throat resemble tha "strep a bacterial infection. It is important that a strep throat be recognized and treated with antibiotics, since some untreat- ed cases lead to rheumatic THIS IS YEW KPfSSSKS.l Ww K. FOROT TO HOWL-IN PESBMfU LANCElOT-By Coker Pcnn BlONDIE-By Chic Young heart disease. It requires an adequate examination by a doc- tor to differentiate a strep throat from some viral infec- tions. This is one reason why, if you have a severe sore throat, you should see a doctor. Common colds do occur more often in the winter, but a whop- ping 20 per cent of people have a cold in the summer months. There are three peak periods for common colds just after school starts, in midwinter and again in the spring. Most old- er adults average two or three colds or related illnesses each year, while parents of young children have six. Young chil- dren often have six to 12 epi- sodes. Contrary to popular belief, It has not been proved that expo- sure to cold will cause an in- fection. The relationship to cold weather is really related to growth phases of the different viruses that cause colds. Vir uses, like com, wheat and other plant life, seem to have a sea- sonal cycle. Adverse factors that affect person can, however, make him more susceptible to the virus and catching a cold. This in chides fatigue, humidity and air pollution. Dear D.-. Lamb I am 76 years old and my hak is com- ing out bad. What is the reason and what can I do? near Header H all a per son loses by the time he is 76 is his hair, he should count his blessings. It is most likely the natural result of years am about all you can do about it is ignore it or buy a wig. 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