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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 Till IET1IBRICOE F.irfay, Hnrt' :h 3, By JEANE DIXON I M.Mirir Your liirtliiliiy loilay: Ho- gins long drive lo convert vour resources uilo objects, news from hr- readiiv i st rong oiM'bit'oT a i away places, perhaps people re- (ion and dignily. You aren't PISCES (Feb. til-March turn ing from long journeys have much to offer. (1572: By The Chicago lrilnmc.1 guidii arc often genial extroverts, interested in everybody's af- fairs; given difficult individu- al charLs there may be ex- cess public notice si> that pri- vacy becomes difficult to ob- AH1ICS (Marti 21-April People a ron iicl you seem to bn collecting right and left, anil share should be war at too. Make it a pleasant other piLsh. LIDBA (Sept. 23 Oct. Somebody you care for has an- ticipated" your needs and the turn of events. The evening is [or lively conversations, ro- manticism. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 2P: Almost anything you try takes The Golden Plove Andy sends a c volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Jeff Peter- son." age 12, of DCS Moines, Iowa, for his question: sorl of liint is Ilie golilcn The champion long distance flier of the bird world is the Arctic tern, hut he makes higher skills, according to summer har.d day. TAURL'S (April 20-M.iy Life is somewhat less eventful for the weekend. You have help from those who have been pitch- how you choose to apply your- ID" for tho best all along. iself- GEMINI (May 21-JruH- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Do everything in good style. Find the novel path to follow, sense, of an direction, ranges from original to freakish results, mostly for the better. On rare occasions, the central states glimpse of golden plovers, many stops on bis way to and people in from Antarctica cfitch SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dr-c. flocking north or_south with a Reasonable diligence brings luck, improved earnings We for the golden plover be- gins in '.lie Arctic, wlicu Iho summer sun turns night into whirr of wings. Some of these j day. The swampy tundra is a birds migrate between their patchwork of flowery colors and winter resiliences i and edible insects arc every- include friends with a humor. CANCER (June 21 way of the Misissippi Val- ley. However, they lake non- stop flights. They rarely pause UIV.A IIMC. I -.-j- f- to your advantage to 'or a rest, even en rips o U03 It is find out quickly and accurately lllv the nature and causes of any condition that distresses you. ........L AQUARIUS (.Ian. 20-Feb, Make a general review of your For the lime being, the pres- home base and what it needs sure should be off. Letting well for improvement. Technical and j enough alone avoids confusion, professional counsel bears! gives your system a rest. more. This is a pity chance to admire these beau- ties of the bird world. The gold of the golden plov- er is spattered among the brownish species on his back and wings. Those slim elegant LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Only germs cause venereal disease wings are built for endurance and when folded along his sides, their tapering tips nro longer than his tail. The colora- tion of most animals tends to i be lighter below and darker i above. Not so the golden plov- er. His underside is jet black. Even in summer, when it changes to grey, it Is much darker than his gold bespeck- led back. i His starling outfit is enhanced by a white band that reaches Dear Dr. Lamb I read course unless one of the part- j his forehead, separ- atiiig light and dark plumage your column on venereal dis- ease and I have a feu1 ques- tions that weren't answered. I en: the mother of two teen- age children and questions are frequently put to me that. 1 feel must be answered. I un- derstand that VD is contracted from sexual contact and caused by bacteria, but taw does it originate in the begin- ning? Is it the type of sexual activity or is it only by inter- course with an infected part- ner? Can two people who' are free of the disease infect each other because of their per- sonal habits or can it be start- ed by having sexual inter- course with more than one per- son If none are infected? Can It originate on its own because of unclean conditions I be- lieve these are questions that our young inexperienced teen- agers need to know. Dear Reader You are ab- solutely right. There is hardly any problem that is bcnefite< by ignorance. The two mos common forms of venereal dis- ease, syphilis and gonorrhea are iKiially transmitted from an infected person to a non infected person. In othe words, you can't get venerea disease from sexual inter ers already has the disease, liilc cleanliness is desirable, nless venereal disease is resent there is no way that .exual intercourse by itself will ause it. Gonorrhea Is spread by sex- icJ intercourse. Syphilis is Bl- uest always spread that way too. However, I must add that the germ that causes syphilis an survive for a short period if time in moisture outside the human body. Thus, it is pos- sible to transmit syphilis if the r; is in a drop of fluid from itensils or by any contact with an infected person who trans- mits moist droplets from one person to another. Obvously, what is commonly referred to as "French kissing" is one way. A. person may be physically clean and still have venereal disease. The female is particu- larly likely to have no symp- toms et all from disease. The male usually has symptoms, usually a discharge. And it should be emphasized that some studies show that a girl on birth control pills has a greater chance of being in- fected if she is exposed to gonorrhea. Apparently the pill affects the sistance. along his sides. Naturally he views the world through a pair of bright round golden eyes. He is about the same size as a robin, though his finery makes him more outstanding. Both the males and females wear identical outfits. This bird does not look like a champion athlete. Hut on onn of his regular migration flights he travels non-stop over the ocean for perhaps miles.' where. The leggy chicks leave their hollow nest on the ground as soon as I hey hatch. Many families are crowded within chirping distance and their total nesting grounds spread 4.0CO miles or more around the Arctic shores. Curlews, lapwings and dozens of other kinds of birds share these roomy nesting grounds. That elegant white neighbor wearing a neat black cap is the famous Arctic tern, no doubt planning his 10.00C mile flight lo Antarctica, Mosl of our birds migrate merely a few hundred miles to where winters are somewhat milder But the golden plover is among the ambitious ones who cross the equator (o enjoy the sum mer season in both hemi spheres. The young birds ready for take-off long before sum- mer ends, and flocks of golden plovers take three separate flyways southward. Those that nest in Alaska take the ocean route to Hawaii or continue on to Pacific islands far south of the equator. Flocks veer out i over the Atlantic. These two flyways merge in Argentina, just in time for the summer season in the Southern Heini- body's normal re- GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES H. GOREN [0 nn: Br Tit CHaw TrtUmt) Doth vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A A 5 .1