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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta By Jeane Dixon 82 tHE lErMBRItJGE HERAIO Wudnejifay, November 18, WO THVBSDAV. NOV. M Your Uirtaj1: Ad- justment, diplomacy .we ite chit's ymir success in the year ahead make do, used in silualions you had never expected. You attract friendly assistance from all K-pes of fMxiple. Earnings likely increase us you use knowledge luiiiied in !he last few years. Konvantic at- tend to run along normally, with vividly euio- i tiomd moments. Today's na- j lives are genial, synipatheiie, j philosophical. AI1IUS (JlaiTh 191: You have heller luck with those, already convinced of your pros- peets. Romantic attractions, purchases of ornamental ob-> jecis. sides efforts nil promise I poor results, T.U'HUS (April .May If you escape bickering you're doing well. It is easier io deal LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D, Build up resislau.ee lo ward off colds Do you know how to pre- vent colds and related respira- tor? Illnesses? supply each day. It is easily destroyed and perhaps cig- arette smoking is one way of The two factors that deter-1 doing it. Personally, I have mine if a person will catch a j been pleased with Ihe use of cold or not is how contagious! vitamin C and see no harm in the infectious agent is ami the I taking a daily tablet, You can individual's natural resistance. I buy them without a prescrip- lion. Use vitamin C (ascorbic acid) MO-milligram-size tablets. One of the most effective j ways of decreasing the number j wilh strangers today than with associates. Major purchases are not [avovcrt. Ucsolve to im- prove your habits. HEMIM (May Your mind outruns the range of ready possibility make notes for future use. Relatives, bors ncptmd better if a Wile distance is lact'uily maintain- ed. CANCER (June '-1 July 22': Your expenses are almost cer- j tainly a bit 1 o d a y in re- sponse lo the needs of your loved ones. Be sure you know what is most wanted. Celebrate this (tvcr.ing. LEO (.1 II1 V 23 Aug. Tin's B not the day to close a property deal. Your attention to family "developments turns out, laler to be important to all. The evening should include some meditation. V1KGO 'U Sept. k not me time to discuss financial plans with persons not directly concerned. By listen- ing carefully you can learn of news being kepi from you. MBKA (Sept. 23 Oct. Friends and money do not mix, unless it is your schemes and their money for a change. Old- er people, traditional obser-1 We can't do much about the many viruses that cause res- piratory illnesses, but we can do something about the body's vanccs take up much time and resources, SCOUl'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. Auger and haste are your worst enemies today, KO contain your- self. Others will respect your effort, A passing phase in your home life upsets your work schedules. SAOITTAmilS (Nov. 13-THX. Enjoy watching and listen- ing for clues lo the behavior of people around yon, what they expect. Much is learned and fu- ture embarrassments avoided. CAI'KICOHN (Dec. 2Z Jaii. Social efforts are overor-1 ganized: too many people try to direct matters. Stick to what you know and have set; let oth- ers do the experimenting. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. 18V. Your svork makes heavy demands on you today, and body seems to have any pa- tience white you strive to keep matters in balance. Make rec- ords, notes for later. PISCES (Feb. 19-MarcIi Distractions must not divert you from acting on tlie impor- tant parts of your work now. Older people slow tilings forbearance helps clear the way. J970, Newsday. Inc. THIS WRITTEN W AM ACTUAL CAVE MAN, AND WAS PWeOYERED Wtt' P-SBfTW W A FARMER IN IOWA- I CAME INTO ITS rtJSSESXW 7HROI6H THE EXCHANGE OF AlflNH AND CERTAIN BITS OF WFOBMATOM LANCIlOT-By Cokor Penn BlONDIl-By Chle Young suseeptability. I of colds is to stay away from You cap improve your resis- j people with or without colds, lance by maintaining optiinal j The more exposure lo people, health. This means proper nu-1 (he more likely you will get a tritioB and exercise, avoiding cold, This is why parents of excessive fatigue, getting ade- quate sleep and eliminating un- healthy habits, such as cig- arette smokag. Cigarette s m o k e contains poisons and irritants that dam- age the delicate lining in (he nose and respiratory passages, causing them to be more easily infected. So you can decrease your chances of getting an in- fection by not smoking. Exces- sive air pollution has similar Effects and adds to the problem of cigarette smoke. schoolchildren often have more colds than nonparents. Avoiding people won't solve the whole problem but it can minimize the danger. Attempts lo sierilize the au- to prevent transmission by in- fected droplets from sneering and coughing have been disap- pointing. Despite this, it is worth-while to stay more than three feet away from a person who is coughing or sneezing. This is the distance the infect- ed droplets usually travel dur. No special diets will prevent ing a sneeze or cough, Custo- colds, but a debilitated person mary hygiene in coughing, or someone will) malnutrition sneezing and disposing of used usually is more prone to infec- tissues may not help much but tious. Just eat a good weli-bal-1 any effect is better than none, aneed diet. The same can be said about As long as your diet is ade- j handling dishes, toys and other miate, and particularly if you articles used by sick people, don't use excessive amounts" of .to short, you can't really pre- alcohol or smoke, you probably vent all colds but you can re- dues your chances of having as many or as severe infections by- cultivating good living habits, tj e r tlr, Lamli Please describe impotence. Bear HeBficr Failure to rise to expectations. need vitamins. Opinion varies on the value of vitamin C in preventing colds. Some doctors think it is useful. It can't cause any harm since ex- cess amounts are eliminated. Vitamin C cannot be stored in the body, so you need a new Andy sends a complete 2ft- volume set of the World Book j Encyclopedia to David Bores- i fordi age 9, of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, for his question: Are both ends of an earthworm alive? Tile earthworm's body is maue of countless soft little ceils. They fill his wormy body from end to end and all work together to keep him going. Every little cell is alive and so are both ends of his body. Your and nails are made of dead cells. But the millions of other cells in your body are alive and busily working to- gether to keep you going. Of course, the earthworm is much smaller and his simplified body cannot do the wonderful things that you can. But he has a spe- cial gift to make up for things. When cut i nhalf, each piece may grow a head or a tail and become- a new worm, The tittle earthworm lives a quiet life, down in his burrow in the moist, dark ground. He Aid, Tabor begins fight for hospital at Natal NATAL (HNS) AH. Earl I Tabor has been appointed to j the regional planning board. Aid, Earl Tabor stated that he had stressed to the Region- al District of East Kootsnay the need for a hospital at Spar- wood and was told that Spar- %vood would get one when fu- ture needs showed its ne- cessity, "Chances of getting a new hospital are pretty slim and we should start tlu's battJe right away. I'm going to push like heck to get one." A letter was received from Dr. J. M. H. Hopper of the East Kwitenay Health Unit re- questing a meeting with coun- cil to discuss moving the Kins- men Health Centre to Spar- wood. The meeting is to in- clude representation from the advisory planning commission. Dick Clark, community de- velopment officer, reported to CFOHEW ON B-RIDGE BT CHASMS H. 8OBES ?e rwfc tfa Ortcw Both vulnerable. West, teafe KOWTH KASf o 5 WEST AEJ98-U2 W SOUTH tbaf Snrth. -Bsst, 49 Pass Esss Pass tosing lead: King n( 9 opening bid ot tear tesiits left South no for aSenfifie invesfjgaUoc and he mnte nf less Iw hlisrtly Jrf to riooMu, bwwcr ft nnltkfiiy that name 3 .suit of his OKTI rt. feast we bid, "Wrst. txytft? whicb sltffed. fe wrmsl at tirdarec nsigot expect to In Irirk.v- or.c di.-jnjond and on? This is feared on fading Ilie mouds divirtej Biree-tOT nnt! mse of ilic- Manors -nrafed tn tiy- Wrei haml. gested however that the I cards hsd been distributed is a highly unbalanced pattern, ji and (bit South would not be S able to look to the percentage 1 table for guidance. I Declarer decided lo takef t whatever precautions ho could to allow for adverse I distribution. He led a club the jack in order to niff a, second heart. The North hao4 was reenlered witli the queer, I of clubs and South was pleased !o note that the r r u in hvo-rwo. Tha dummy's last heart was ruffftd fo complete tmt preliminar? stripping op pj-atiufis. South tte dtatnmai !j -vjit br CTsbJng thR West flmpped Mwi teri., (feclsrcr reluctant IA i continue