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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LEIBRIDGE HERALD Wcdrwdny, Mtiy 31, TIIIT.Sim MM. I liinliil.iv tmliij wi'lfi'iv run mi provixl I iv clilici'me and nfKTalKin. Ymi .'irc likely In find k'ttcr II.SL'S fur your rcsciuiTcs by mid-yrar. liino- tional expression is clearer. Todiiy's natives nre logical, nlrrl, and ufli-n critical of thcmselvL'S as as others. AIUHS (.Marrh 21 April If you have earned some cxlra reward or a raise, nslt for il. Mr-cling new people is l.he nat- ural course at present. Later hours are for fun. TAUni'S (April May Watch for a bargain, a chance lo promote your enterprises and personal ambitions. It should be n full day, n festive, cele- bration in Ihe evening. UK.M1M [May '.'1 Juno (io beyond your immediate cir- j cle for inspiration and advice today. Something long desired seems within reach. Fresh in- formation promises improve- ment. t.-I.STirn IJune 21 July Maka out an ambitious work plan for the month. Your course of activity today may include dealings Viith institu- tions, or visiting people con- nected with them. LEO (July 23 Aug. General promotion with no im- mediate object is recommend- ed. Listen lo your friends, feel your way inlo a more promis- ing approach to life. VIRGO (Aug. 23 A positive frame of mind is normal for you now. You may have to make an important de- cision, not lo bo reversed laU'r. I.mi'.A (Sept. Oct. The links you liave to faraway places and people bring you strange and exciting news. Cre- ative ventures arc favored Ihis Inng day SCOHPIO (Orl. H NOT. Your assets and capabilities in- crease. Make the rounds early, catch upon the news in your community, have a good time. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Now is an excellent time lo make up for any recent dif- ferences. There TS messages fin1 >oll nil vvrral levels, tu. ak-rl and C.M'llll'OHN I Dor. ?2 .Ian. 191: Think of today as en in- merit, iji yimr future, extend yourself lo create and fulfill. Co-operation is availablo be- yond usual. AQUAIHUS (.Ian. 20 Take Hie (rouble to nt least do the main routines as you ious experiments. Romance should be pursued. PISCES ID March TJse every spare minute to find out where you are, how to im- prove matters. Research is needed, so get busy and map it out. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Epilepsy Isn'l a rare disease Dear Lnml> T am an epileptic and never miss taking my medicine. I occasionally feel nnoiisy hut since I a in invmt: uf Hit aViVip'omS in TilV case that precede a seizure I immediately hope for it 1 o pass, stop what I am doing and pray. One doctor told me epi- lepsy was Inherits! and another said It was not. What do you tliink? No one in my family has it. Do vou think il is fair Pigeon nests Andy sends a complete 2o- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Suz- anne Perry, age of Lans- tltmTic, Pennsylvania, for her question: don't pigeons nest In trees like oilier birds? Many pigeons do nest In trees and share the woods with the wild birds. Others are cily dwellers who insit on sharing man-made buildings. Almost all wild animals fear people and shun our crowded cities, But not these pigeons, They he? for fowl and refuse In he rous'.cd from their per- ches on city hall, the library and especially from the ornate stone work alnp the churches. Perhaps they cJjoosc fhese un- usual homes because Uic-y are FomewJuil like the places where their ancestors lived long ages ago. There are about 290 members of the pigeon family and orig- inally all of them lived in the wild. However, unlike other wild birds, some of. them were GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN (e imi Br Tin CMuia Trlbuml Neither vulnerable. Soutl) Seab. NORTH C 10 SZ 0 98653 4A6 WEST K 8 6 EAST A J 10 J e1 A Q 1 1 Q 0 J (f-BQM SOUTH A 0 A K Id T 41 J 10 S 5 3 The bidding; Bomb West North Easl 1 0 Dble. 30 4 6 0 Dble, Pass 5 V Pass 5 A Pass Pass B 0 Dble, Pass Tail Opening lead: Five cl O The United Stales Precision Team captured its second pmseculive National Knock- nut Team Championship in Cincinnati last March when they won the Vnntierbilt title. Their Iriumph also made it l.hreo out of lour, since they fir5t achieved prominence by viiining the Spingold Event 5ti the summer of 1970, re- peating that victory again ]ast year. The icam consists of Sieve Akman, Eugene Neiger, Alan Kfntag, Jcel Stuart and Peler Vcichsel of New York City find Thomas Smith, Green- V'lch, Conn, and range in age from 25 to 34. In the fi- nal match of their Spin- gold victory, the Precision group defeated Ihe Dallas .Aces, fresh Irom their Jirst V o r I d Championship. The Aces repealed their World triumph in Taipet a year ago and flid not play against Iht) 7'rccWon Team Rqnm Ihis year's Vanderbilt when (he youngsters eliminated them in the semi-final round. In Ihe finals the Allman loam von a hard fought bat. lift flRauut Paul Swanson, Morganlown, V. Paul Jllair, Tulsn, Okla., Fred 31.imilton, Berkely, Mich., pnd Howard Perlman, flloom- Ileld Hills, Mich.-who had Ihomsclvcs upset several bet- lor known opponents to reach Ihe last round, Today's hand netted a suh- istar.lial swing for Precision in Ihe finals. At Iho tabla where Die bidding proceeded us depleted In the dlngrnm, Alan Sontag sat West and Altmnn, East for tie ['rrci.sion Team. South opcm'd Hie bidding vnh lino diamond and Suntnn in.'iiii1 .1 takeout hnld- ini! Minnil fur nil un- lii'l Mills. North's jump raise ihm dUmsodi wii pri- empllve [with a good hanoY ho would have Altman had 10 points and, with two five card suits and counting on a good fit with partner, he jumped directly lo game in spades, the high- er ranking S'jfL South was leary of defen- sive prospects and he pro- ceeded to five diamond! which West doubled. Altman TVBS reluctant to for what at best figured to be a negligible profit and he show- ed his second suit by bidding five hearts. West took a pref- erence back (o spades. North might have been bet- ter advised to double five epades inasmuch as lie held some defensive values in the form of the ace of. clubs and queen of spades. Had he done co, North and South could hare scored two spada (ricks, one diamond, end ona club for a 3 profit on tha deal. Whsn North passed in- stead, South was reluctant to defend and, reasoning that a sacrifice rated to be inexpen- sive, he proceeded lo six dia- monds which West dnubled. If ftorth had held Ihe lone see of clubs, there would have been no way to defeat the slam, but after West opened a heart mi East cashed his ace, there was no way lo prevent the nciense from scoring the setting trick in clubs and a 100 point profit on the deal. When the hand was re- played at the ether table. Peter Weichsel was sealed South for the Precision Team and also opened the bidding with one diamond. West dou- bled end North, Tom Stuart, jumped to three diamonds. Instead ol bidding one of liis Guits, East chose lo make n cufl hid if four di.imonHs which wa-; designed form, partner lo pick cme of Iho majors himself. Weichsel decided to put his opponent lo a high level guess and, over East's call he cnr- ried on to five diamonds. West was leary of'srorinff It Iricks on Ihe deal and assuming that South was tak- ing a sacrifice, he doubled for penalties. Everyone passed, but there was no way to defeat declarer. South drew trump in one round nnd ruffed two clulis in dummy, conced- ing only tho two losers in hearts nnd clubs. The profit for five diamonds doubled was 550 points which fldded to tho 100 profit scored hy Precision nt tho other la- Me Rave Ihetn n Rross net of r.fifl or 12 Inlrrnnlinnal Malrh J'oinis which slightly nuiri' limn half of Ik :'l J. M. I', mnrgin hy whicb Uiry von Iha match, naturally fond of people. These were Hie slalcy grey rock dove pigeons of Europe, Asia nnri Africa. They were cliff dwel- lers who built their rather shcibby nests KI the ledges and in the clefts of steep rocks. They were born pcrchers and j the sheer drop to level ground did not bother them at all. Ages ago. people discovered that these mid rock doves were more than willing to be friend. ly. especially when hanclfuls of food were offered. This may have been something to do with their natural character traits. Parent pigeons are perhaps tha world's most sentimental hon- eymooners and exceedingly de- voted lo their chicks. Apparent- ly they prefer to spend most o[ their lime end energy on fam- ily affection. The parents mere- ly gather a lew sticks for a makeshift nest. When they have to, they hunt diligently to feed their precious chicks, but they prefer to save this time by cadging handouts from their human friends. Perhaps people first offered free lunches to entice these rock doves into captivity. Then the lame birds were bred Into all sorts of fancy strains. It discovered that one strain always flew home from afar and this homing pigeon was used for carrying messages. Perhaps the wild rock doves cast n bright yellow eye of envy on their tame and partly lame relatives. They also watched people build tall, stee-sided buildings, very much like their rocky cliffs. Nobody knows just when they gave up nesting in the wild and became city dwellers. Maybe Ihe first ones were holf- tame birds kept on somebody's roof. Perhaps others escaped from cooped up pigeon lofts. In any case, the city pigeon population multiplied and grew bolder. Perhaps some of their wild relatives may have joined tho cily dvrclliix! flocks. City pigeons create messy problems but efforts to roust them usually fail. The pigeons feel quite at. home where they are and stubbornly refuse to he evicted. And, pigeons have a lot of strong minded human al- lies. When a town slai-l.s an aiili-pigeon drive, all sorts nl pressures and protests rise up to defend these cily dwelling birds. It is not likely that many of them will be driven to build nests in the wild woods at least nol in the forsecable fu IUTP Andy .sends S10 to Alicia Ojeda, age KI, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for her queslion: How last can a roaclrunncr run? When lie enters a flat. race. I ho rondnmner can dash along at ahoiil milos per hour. This is whfin his bright eye no- tices a car driving through his 'loscrt. For reasons knoivri only lo himself, may deride to Hi.illnmn il In a rare. is much loo rlevpr tn risk an ac- ndenl., so ho races beside tho rnad. pacing the car as he nrally a car can, lint it is Inn to slow down and lei the spnghlly roadrunncir have his fun. Aflcr a short spurt at his tup speed, he soon makes a sudden sharp turn and disappears among the desert shriihlxry. He looks somewhat like a small, skinny chicken, with long logs and an cxlra long tail. Ills niilirr raggedy fca. I hers am speckled lo match Ihe desert scenery and ho Hears n smart feathery crest on his head. Ho uses his lone, curved beak for killing ratlle- snakes which ho enjoys even moro than nulo racing. QiHMInns nsurn iir cnnilien of llprnld should hi! m.-iilrd In ,Uk l> llmilinclon (.'.difiiuiia K oinriulil rtirnnliln T'lllillRlilnif ft. IH72I that In some, states they ask if you have epilepsy when you get a driver's license? They clon'l ask about other diseases. I am sorry I cannot sign my name. You see i am nut UUMK honest eillKT hecnuue my fam- ily doesn't know about me, Dear Tteailer You got a difference of opinion from two doctors because the answer is nol yes or no. In the first place, il by epilepsy one means con- vulsions, there are several dif- ferent types. Rare instances are caused by brain Injury and brain tumors. Brain damage caused by injuries can be cor- rected in some instances. The more common form of epilepsy with no apparent cause has been labeled as gene- tic, meaning It has some rela- tionship to heredity. That does not mean a person who has epilepsy will have children who have liu's problem. Many Indi- viduals with tliis problem do not have a family lu'story of epilepsy. Only about three to live per cent of Ihe relatives of patients with Ibis type of epilepsy also have it. I flwo individuals who both have epilepsy marry, the like- lihood that Ihoir clu'ldren hav- ing epilepsy is significantly in- creased If an individual with epilepsy wanted to be reason- ably certain not to have chil- dren with this problem, he should seek genlic counseling to determine insofar as possi- ble there is any increased likelihood of having children with epilepsy. Regarding driver's licenses, all stales will permit, certain epilcplics lo obtain driver's Ucense. Tliis has not always been true. Sorno states re- quire, ''in the interest of road a doctor's certificata lo indicate a period of freedom from convulsive episodes. An individual who has been free of episodes and is well control- led with his meriicino is nol likely to have any difficulty In obtaining a license in most slates. By the way. a state wliich lias a good control pro- gram in this area usually has insurance policies that are much cheaper for epileptics lhan those who do not. Tbfi Individual with epilep- sy well controlled by medicines is certainly a much safer driv- er than the large number of individuals who have had one too many cocktails. Thero are probably more accidents caused by heart disease lhan by epilep- sy, if for no other reason than the high Incidence of heart dis- ease in our socity. In general tha whole concept of medical fitness for driving which should include medical, psychiatirc, and drug use, including alco- hol, needs a good overhaul. There would be a lot of diffi- culties in implementing any of the people responsible for any sucli legislation, merely by vir- tue of Ihcir own age and their own disabling diseases, would oppose it. It sounds like you are doing real well. My only concern is yotir secretiveness about your disorder. After ;ill il. is just an- olher illness and there are shout es many people who have epilepsy ns have diabetes. (Newspaper Assn.) Bridge results Lrfdios Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. May 17 1. Mrs. I. Shaw and W. L. Walers, 2. Mrs. M, J. Gran! and Q. Landeryou. 3. Mrs M Green and Mrs. B. Paln-er. H.imlllnn WctJ, Evening D.B.C, May 17 N.S. 1. and Charlie R rirul f McDonald. .'I J (J. NNW-VI. 1 W 1 P. W.iriv, flnrt W L 7 G. HniTinvi }r.rj D. F. Mlrhaphi, 3 M flnrj M. TnrrV. Thursday Highl D.B.C. May 18 N S. 1. E. Turner and N Patwn, 7 Mr flnfJ ATc. D. l.o.w'jniwrq. 1 "nil J lied B. f'ri-J D. I MflffJ.iqrr] r-nfj R P-ilmnr V: 'l h flil-.-Tn flr.rj M 7 G, PMIorn ar.r] V> 1 flnd J l.K] F Hfici P wilh 1.. Smith and 0. Sotcn. Friday Night D.B.C. May If NS 1. Nilfscn K. L V.'rllCrj, 7. R and 0. Won, J. Mr. Mrs D Wolcomn Io D. Wlkatson. Bt I Ihis week J. Crflcknnll of Echcwl at B p.m. shnrp. Phone 111- nillon Jr. High FITS TUB HILL CinENCESTERJinn 1 ;i (CT1) The nRricullural cnl in Mils nlmicp.slcrshiro city ured i[ liad I in1 prrfocl cns for a (icrnifin soldier in Hit' (liiclun