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April 22, 1981

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The Arlington TIMES - Wed., April 22, 1981 - 5 Cascade Valley Hospital news Livestock nutritionist to speak L Dr. Craig Anderson, Western Farmers specially invited guests through the public Association livestock nutritionist, will be is also welcome, says Mike Hackett, by Connie Almli the featured speaker at the Snohomish Snohomish County livestock extension h2_ ~ County Cattlemen's Association monthly agent, who is coordinating Dr. Anderson's meeting Thursday, April 16, at the visit, The Snohomish Counly Colorectal The "Hemocculr' testing packet will be Marysville Livestock Auction, just east of Dr. Anderson will speak on beef cattle Demonstration Program wil be offered to distributed at the program on April 29, the I-5 Smokey Point exit. nutrition as it relates to the current interested members of the community at along with a history questionnaire. For this meeting the Skagit County grazing season. He is a former instructor the Cascade Valley Hospilal conference Results of theself-administered test will Cattlemen's Association members are and researcher at Oregon State University room Wednesday, April 29 from 7:30 to be sent, at no charge, to both the and has served as WFA's livestock 8:30 p.m. participant and his/her physician. Bernie visits center nutritionistsince1977. He is a member of +--- ..... .. The program will be presented by Dr. Those attending the program will also a team of specialists working at the ~: ~ ~ .... ~ Charles Chaffee, a memb~rof the Snoho- view a film, "The Cancer No One Talks agricultural cooperative to advise and ~o mish County Medical StaleLy and the About" and have an opportunity to ask The children from Arlington Child Care American Cancer Society. This will be one Center were entertained by some special assist farmers and ranchers. l any questions they may have. Del Fox of Stanwood and owner of Fox's "~. : of many presentations planned throughout This is an excellent program - please visitors from Fall City this past week. Snohomish County. participate. Education and early .detection 'Providing continuing learning exper- Freezer Meats, is president of the : Today in the United Stiles, colorectai ofcolorectal cancer can save lives .... one of iences is one of the goals of the staff of the association and will preside at the cancer is the most commonilternal cancer them could be yours, center. That goal was seen as the children r~eeting. among men and women. Ir Washington Correction met Bernie, a seeing eye dog, and alone there will be 1,800 new cases this Correction on the First Aid tips which Bernie's owner, Doris, who lost her sight " year' and prbably 800 deaths" Seventy" appeared in mY clumn Wednesday' at five years f age because a little bY Bill's five percent of those deaths will be April 8. threw a stick at her. needless because when Cd0rectal cancer. New techniques have been developed in Bernie seemed to enjoy all of the loving ~i is detected early, it is highly curable, the following areas: In the first aid that the children bestowed. Some of the People must become more a~vare of this treatment of minor bruises, lacerations, children enjoyed the moist kisses that cancer, sprains and burns, it is not advisable to Bernie gave so freely. Since colorectal cancer is a cancer that place ice in direct contact with the skin. SUPER[TIre " ~: ~-, increases with age, all adults but Ice in direct contact with the skin can ..... especially those over 40 are encouraged to cause frost bite and or a burn type injury. have regular health checkups which Be sure to wrap all ice in cloth before Open 365 days a year include the recommended Jetection tests, contact with the skin. 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. Only in this way will itbe possible ,o Ice should not be applied to burn ARTHRITIS detect the cancer early ~ough to save injuries as it tends to constrict the blood lives. Hidden, invisible Heeding is the vessels and decreases the blood supply to , , first sign of colorectal clRcer when no the inj.ured area. Immediately after a burn INFORMATION other symptoms are app~'ent. A simple occurs it is best to immerse the injured screening procedure, whica can be done in area in cool water. After immersion, pain t ~ is now available, to the burn site. 1"800"542"0295 . the home and can detect hidden bleeding, is best relieved by applying moist towels Mrs.DuaneN~rthma~~fStanw~~dann~~~ce~hee~gagementL~uMcKitrick~andM~.JamesDa~idBa~de~~~s~n~fMr. Uninf0rmed owners selling cheap A':