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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Dear Abby Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels Texas Thursday, October 24, 1985 Page 9APersistent AIDS Symptoms Are Cause for Concern, Not Alarm I)KAH ABBY: Thank you for devoting an entire column to AIDS. I learned ;» lot from your article, hut you failed to list the symptoms. Please do. It would be helpful to a great number of your readers, including ... MF, IN CALIFORNIA DF Alt MF: Many of the AIDS symptoms are subtle and may only indicate simple, everyday ailments; therefore, you should he alerted hut not alarmed if you have one or more of the following symptoms: — Weight loss of more than IO pounds during a period of less than two months, not related to diet or increased activity; prolonged loss of appetite. Unexplained, persistent or r< current fevers or drenching night sweats. — Swollen glands (lymph nodes found in the neck, armpits or groin) that persist and are unexplained bv other illness. Profound fatigue that persists and is not explainable hy physical activity, substance abuse or a psychological disorder. Persistent and unexplained diarrhea or bloody stools. \ persistent, whitish coating (ar potting) on the tongue or in (In* throat, which may be accompanied bv soreness or dif-fieulty in swallowing. — A heavy, persistent, dry cough t hat is not due to smoking and has lasted too long to he explained by a cold or flu (- -ipeeiallN with shortness of breath). I'-usy bruising or unexplained blo* ding f rom any orifice. Skin rashes or discolors- Horoscope Bv Stella Wilder HURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 Bern today, you are an ambitious, •Mer mined individual, one who craves access md popularity — and who nows hew lo get it You are highly imaginative, and are continually com-g up with new plans to achieve your oals your keen business sense will '■rye von well as you put those plans motion You are determined to rise the top of your chosen field, and it is ntirelv possible that you will do so; in ict, von are one to dominate any situation or environment Though you are not a highly demon-trative individual, you can become uite close to a select few whom you tost ii us! and respect. Your loyalties md affections are deep-rooted and lifelong, those who consider you a !r end would do anything for you. and you are one to repay debts handsomely Alto born on this dot* ar* Rafael Trujillo, Dominican Republic dictator; Dame Sybil Thorndike, octrees To se** what is in store for you tomorrow find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide FRIDAY, OCTOBER *5 SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 21)- An incase in your own enthusiasm may be mot with even greater opposition later in the day SALI l r \HU ’S (Nov. 22 Dec. 21) -This is riot a good day to proceed alone Fnlist the aid of a friend, ally; vou should gain much working together < VPHM ORN (Dec 22-Jan. 19) - Lr notional upset early in the day mav prevent von from working at peak efficiency Stick with it VQt AHII S(Jan. 20-Feb. Ill)-The instability you sense today may come from outside forces that seem to be ever-changing PISCES (Feb 19-March 20) -Though you may wake feeling at something of a loss today, you should make great headway by p rn ARIES (March 21 - April 19) - Avoid major decisions today until you have collected all the facts and can look at the whole picture r XI RCS (April 20-May 20) -forking with others may be unavoidable today and will either lead to gre it .uccess or deep-rooted discord. DEMIN! (May 21-June 20) - Do not iwell ai your emotional state today; focus -n work creativity Get the job done and you ll be on the right track! CANCER (June 21 July 22) - Financial stability may be threatened as a result of a recent deal Begin now to correct mistakes LEO July 23-Aug. 22) - Take a hance today trust fate Today should prove quite profitable if you allow yourself to wing it ” VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept. 22) - Use caution today a > you choose allies Do not burden yourself with on who is already immersed in his own problems LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - The romantic scene may offer unusual attraction today Be sure to use your head. tions of the skin. — Blurred vision and/or persistent, severe headaches. It must be emphasized that each of these symptoms may appear in diseases that are not caused by or associated with AIDS. When not easily or otherwise explained, the persistence of one or more of these symptoms should be discussed with a health care provider who is familiar with AIDS. A national hotline with an informative recording can be reached by calling 1-800-342-AIDS. Many cities have a local AIDS information hotline. Your telephone operator can advise you. DEAK ABBY: I need your advice. I am a 39 year old divorced man with two teen aged children. I’m in lov< with a beautiful 36-year old divorcee with children about the ages of mine. We have been in love for 20 years, but fought our feelings because we thought they were wrong Abby, we can no longer stay away from each other. Now for the bad news We are first cousins and live in a state that forbids first cousins to marry We can go to another state where first cousins may marry, and we probably will, but we don’t know whir b states Hermit it I arn a born again Christian and can find nothing in God’s word to forbid our union Can you give us a clue ’ Well go anywhere. IN LOVE DEAR IN: (in west, young man. And keep going until you reach the state whose capital is Sacramento. CONFIDENTIAL TO TX. IN BERKELEY: Ralph Waldo Emer son said, “The end of the human race will be that it will eventually die of civilization/' Emerson must have had a crystal ball. (Getting married? Send for Abby’** new, updated, expanded booklet, “How to Have a Lovely Wedding.” Send your name and addreaa clearly printed with a check or money order for $2.(VO and h long, stamped (39 cents) aelf-addrenned envelope to: Dear Abby, Wedding Booklet, P.O. Box 38923, Hollywood, Calif. 90038.) Understanding Taxes is a high school program about state and federal taxes Call the IRS for details. A PUBLIC SFRVK'r MtSSACI t KOW IHI, UXI LH IM AI Kl Vt 8ti» St SVU t BUILDING SUPPLY CENTERS rnPippa • • • CEDAR F CINGfc mmmmm I”x6”x6 ft. Cedar Dog earred Pickets • *2 or better •Full 3/«” thick -Compare! 1.29 PANELING? 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