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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 13, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE TUESDAY, JULY 14 Your birthday today: Read- justment is the keyword for year ahead. Your resources can increase readily with nor- mal, consistent application. Family experience is filled with meaningful, poignant events. The more specialized skills you develop, the better. Your diversity of interest and intuition will point the way. Today's natives possess poet- ic talents, idealism. ARIES (March 21 April You and your family and friends must stand together against confusion. Pers o n a 1 and group resources are likely to improve by prudent invest- ment. TAURUS (April 20 May If you can say clearly what you want, you have a better chance of getting co-operation. Start right in. Rest early this eve- ning; tomorrow will be differ- ent in spirit. GEMINI (May 21 June Your work goes well although distractions and confusion ex- ist. Just verify your facts. Some previous self improvement projects are rewarding now. CANCER (June 21 July Personal progress is noted to- Researcher Seeks Answer To Our Sleeping Habits By FRANK CAREY AP Science Writer HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) "An insomniac who works in a sleep-shop? Come on, you've got to be kidding." "Cross my heart and hope to may Hippocrates haunt me if I'm fibbing." grinned Dr. James D. Frost Jr., a young Baylor Univer- sity medical school neurophy- siologist who is doing rsearch on how people don't sleep. "Come on upstairs to the sleep-lab, and I'll introduce vou to him." And so, as midnight ap- proached and most of the lights were out in famed Methodist Hospital, the doctor arsd the reporter want up four flights to a hushed laboratory where they met Lester Jor- dan, 26, a 230-pound six-footer. Indeed he is an insomniac since I was a kid." And indeed he does work in a Houston sell darned good beds, but even they don't completely help me." Remember his ter be might wind up in the annals of medi- cine as one of the pioneer par- ticipants in. research that could provide new aid to mil- lions of insomnia sufferers throughout the world. The affliction is widespread. Insomnia besets at least one out of three North Americans at some time during their lives, however temporary it nright be in many cases, lead- ing researchers say. REMEDIES NUMEROUS While insomniacs c o 11 e c-' thriety consume tons of drugs, others try methods ranging from induced hypnosis and self-hypnosis to gymnastics or yoga exercises. Still others employ mechan- ical devices, including "flui- vibrating, or automat- ically massaging beds; electr- ical head-warmers and feet- warmers; "anti-snoring" de- vices for their mates; and various kinds of bedside soundmaking devices de- signed to cancel out other sounds. Other insomniacs try such techniques as taking a bub- ble-bath and playing the harp- sichord before bedtime; tak- ing long automobile drives around the countryside when virtually no one else is up but the owls; telephoning fellow- insomniacs and trying to talk one another to sleep, or knocking off a couple of fast martinis by the dawn's early light. One form of insomnia ap- pears directly related to the aging process, and is charac- terized in elderly folks by fre- quent awakenings, and early- in-the-moming final awaken- ing. It's not deemed overly se- rious. Another form is called "acute situational usually a temporary thing re- sulting from such as "busi- ness or work problems, or stu- dents worried about being drafted." said Dr. Anthony Kales, director of the Univer- sity of California at Los Ange- les sleep research and treat- ment facility. This category includes a typo which results when a person's "biological clock" gets out of whack, as when airplane pilots and steward- esses are regularly exposed to time-zone changes. "We've all had situational insomnia at some time or an- other, and for insomniacs in that category, the prognosis is very said Kales. MANY CHRONIC CASES Another large group of suf- up to 70 per cent of the composed of individuals with chronic emotional o r psychological problems, ranging from mild to severe, but short of out- right mental derangement. Researchers have found that the sleep of insomniacs when it does many of them get more sleep than they think they charac- terized by irregular rhythms. Normal sleep, studies re- veal, consists of a kind of rhythmic, cyclic pattern of four separate about 90 which a person progressively slips, without dreaming, from very GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES R. GOREN 10 1171: IrTttCUaisTrlttM ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ ft. Neither vulnerable, M South you hold: 10854 The bidding has proceeded: Mfe West Nortk East 10 Pan IV 1 What do yon bid now? TVo no trump. fctftr thb hind li point Ibort cf require for thll on tat UM flu ite card anil li eoropenwtion for the as Q. Both valnei. South you hold: S3 bid, 9. Both vulnerable, ai Couth you hold: C 3 W 0 AID 3 Z S C I The bidding Bas proceeded: Eiit Sotilil Wut North fas Pass Pass 2 V Pus Past T What do you bid now? TbU hand has suddenly to slam proportions. In fact a direct leap to six would not at all unreasonable. The Mfest course, however, at UiU Juncture would be a bid of four diamonds, followed by an hid :f sSma in spades. This al- Iwri for psrtner's haying highly hand with vittnesi to ctebi, 4- East-West vulnerable, M South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: East South West North Pass INT 20 What do you bid now? Five diamonds. This situa- tion contains many of tho nents of the classic sacrifice bid. vulnerability Is in your favor, your hand Is practically worthless defensively and tho length In diamonds serves to Vttlsle the defensive possibilities 4E partner's holding. At worst you should be set 300 points tnd there- is ,tho nrospcct that nch. imail profit may not appeal sufficiently to thv oppo- nents who could be goaded Into bidding five spidts which be defeated. Q. South, vulnerable you hold: OQ9653 The bidding has proceeded: North East Sooth West Fasi 10 Pass IV Pass INT Pass Fail IV Pass 1 What do yon bid now? Wa are not partial to partners who overcall in tha op- ponent's suit, especially when we are vulnerable. However, slrrca North Is also vulnerable we must presume he knows what Is doing. No rescue should be seri. ously contemplated even If part- ner gets doubled. Q. K-As South, vulnerable, you hold: A AQ10 G Z 3 2 010 8 4 The bidding has proceeded: East Sonth West North Pass Pass 14 Dble. 30 What do you bid now? spades. This hand should produce a reasonable play for game even facing a shaded take-out double. If you bid just three spades partner may feel you are acUng under pressure. Even tho such a call constitutes a free bid in this position he may pass with a minimum double. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4J9S32 986 010874 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South INT Dble. Rdble. 7 What do you bid? Give partner courtesy of the road here, if hs rescues In hearts and that Rets doubled, you can try two spades if yon wish, but before- you crowd the bidding give him a chanco to act Ho may two diamonds for which your hand will present a dummy worth a couplo of tricks. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4-J WQ843 09872 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West Pass INT Pass Pass What do you bid now? Tho opponents may have their signals crossed and this could turn out to bo a profit- able venture at 200 for each overtrlck. In any event, you have no Indicated place to run and should ho content to sUck it out. light to deep by a period of dreaming be- fore the cycle begins again. The dream stage of each cycle is detectable by rapid unconscious movements of the sleeper's though he were watching a movie or tel- evision. This "rapid-eye-mov- plus the period of deepest sleep, are considered the most im- portant and desirable stages. Kales and some other sleep-researchers say the av- erage doctor has been too quick to prescribe sleeping pills for insomniacs in gen- eral. While barbiturate and even non-barbiturate drugs of the hypnotic class can quickly bring oblivion, Kales says they tend to suppress the ap- parently important REM sleep stages. Kales stresses that he and his colleagues are still looking for "the ideal that would really work in putting people to sleep; would assure unaltered REM sleep; and have minimal effects on mood and performance the next day." By Jeane Dixon day despite mixed conditions. Rely on your intuition. Roman- tic ventures are filled with poig- nant incidents. LEO (July 23 Aug. Keeping matters simple is im- portant today. You can do some- thing to make living conditions more to your liking. Consensus of opinion is fairly easy to achieve. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Make peace and apologies wherever you need to; try to meet others halfway. Commu- nity affairs promise new places to show your work. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Decisions are not for the mo- ment, but fairly soon. Co-opera- tion from business people is more readily attained. News fmn distant places is unusual- ly interesting. SCORPIO (Oco. 23 Nov. You still need some extra real- ity checks to keep a good per- spective. Fanciful projects are shown up now. Take the eve- ning for self-examination. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Things are not quite as they seem. Keep information to yourself. Some people you work with wish to stay out of public view, others have goals quite different from yours. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Now is your test of wheth- er you can be clear and direct without projecting resentment. Many pending matters, opsn disagreements can be settled. Friends are on your side. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Working relations come back to normal just don't be domineering. Your own careful decisions are important; later on, large issues revolve about today's seemingly trivial de- tails. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Your creative drives now find fresh outlets. Some ideas turn out to be less than practical la- ter, so make allowances and prepare alternative courses. 1970, .Newsday, Inc. THE WELL CHILD Pacifier Is Better Than Thumbsiieking By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Q My daughter, 2, still has to have a pacifier when she sleeps. She loses it four or five times a night and I have to get up and find it for her. Her face around her mouth is broken out and I'm sure it is caused by the pacifier. I changed from a rub- ber to a plastic pacifier but this didn't help. What do you sug- take the pacifier her if she chews pacifier does beat gest? A A thumbsucking. Most children give it up at about age 2. I would not refuse to let your daughter have her pacifier at bedtime but you should firmly refuse to retrieve it for her dur- Noah's Ark Expedition Barred ANKARA (AP) Turkey, cit- ing "security has barred Noah's Ark hunters from Mount Ararat where the Book of Genesis records that survivors landed after the biblical flood. Turkish officials would not elaborate on why they refused to allow an expedition to scale Ararat, which looms feet over the heavily-fortified Turk- ish-Soviet ,border. But Ralph E. Lenton, chief of the expedition organized by _the Search Foundation of Washing- ton, D.C., said he is attempting to have the decision changed by applying to the Turkish foreign ministry. A Briton who works with the Arctic Institute of North Amer- ica, Lenton said the expedition applied last April for permission to climb Ararat with excavating equipment this summer. They received no answer, said, until several members of the 11-man team arrived in Tur- key this month and were told by Turkish interior ministry offi- cials their application was being denied. FOUND WOOD The group was seeking to ex- pand on explorations by a six- man expedition that climbed Ar- arat with simple tools last year and removed several pieces of hand-hewn wood from under glacier at the H.OCO-foot level of the mountain. The Search Foundation sale the wood was variously dated from to years old anc made no claim "as to the ident- ity of the artifact." But members of the expedi- tion made it clear they hope to be able to identify the wood as remains of the Ark that the Bible says Noah and his three sons made by hand to shelter their" families during 40 days and 40 nights of rain. ing the night. This will be rough on both of you at first but she must learn that others have rights, too, and the sooner, she learns this the better. Now that she has a few teeth you should away from pieces out of it. The rash may indeed be caused by the pad- tier. Your doctor can determine this by means of a patch test. Meanwhile, you may want to apply yausone Cream, a pre- scription item, two or three times a day. Q I recently heart that some mothers dip a pacifier in honey and give it to their ba- bies to stop their crying. Do you approve? A This lazy habit is not recommended because it spoils the baby's appetite for essential foods and leads to tooth decay. These mothers should find out what is causing the baby _ to cry, remove the cause and give him an added dose of tender loving care. Q My 'daughter, 12, has loose piece of cartilage in her knee joint which hurts her sometimes when she walks or bends her knee. What is the cause and what treatment do you advise? A In most cases no cause for these loose bodies can be found. The best treatment is surgical removal. Q _ Our son, IS, has popping of his knees, elbows and fingers when he bends them. What causes this and what can be done about it? A This is caused by a ten- don snapping across a bony prominence. It is unusual to have so many joints involved The condition is not serious bul it can be controlled by avoid- ing sudden movements. Q Our son, 5, eats well is very active but he passes gas all day. Our family doctor says there is nothing wrong with him What do you advise? A Cut down on his intake of potatoes, corn, beans, peas and rice. Such defoaming drugs as Festal, Mylicon, Phazyme and Silain may be helpful. Edmonton Man Dies In Fall From Balcony EDMONTON (CP) George Coppenvaithe of Edmonton diet in hospital of injuries suffera when he fell from a second-floor balcony after railings broke away. Emma Tomkins, also of Ed monton, also fell 15 feet and re mained today under intensive care in hospital. Mr. Copper waithe suffered internal are skull injuries, broken ribs and a suspected broken back. HB.107IS.THIS THE DAISY HILL PUPPY FARM? I'M CALLING FOR A FRIENPOF MINE...HE WANTS TO SPEAKTO ONE Of YOURW6S..NO. HE DOESN'T KNOW HER NAME., DESCRIBE HER? IIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh LniUman YOU Ott LEAD A HORSE TO WrtR.BirnW CHANCES ARE, THE VWER WIU. BE POHOTEM Chic Young WHEN US STOPS TO RSAO THE YOU HIT HltA WITH HOW TOES THAT KILL. A FLY? 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