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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fi THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD April 6, 197J YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON rilllMV. APHII. Yinir lurllubj today; ft tK> yv.-.r is ''i'n u-muiva liMViung .MaW.Ml i'lofii'rss Ls normal bill uol tlv miijur issiu- 1'iTsuiwl haluls im- prove. Kmolii'Ml expoi-ii-nce rich and complex. Today's native.-: arc pi-ore to illnmor- cular or irrecoverable loss in t i volvod n 1 I .en (.Inly 23-Aug. Ycs- ; tcrday's minor errors .sliow up and no ready correction is r i i Aiii-s KoutilH! tint tj-v (Marrll meets no 21-April nppcoilion, "'I of fun develops. Suit yw Taurus 'April 211-Uay Tin' greaUT p.ut "I tlw scorns devoted 1" a IOM build- up for an evening riLi'liaps sonic personal celi'bnilkm. Crrinuii Olay 21-Juru' dcn'.le ar.d persistent tact through L'ie day brings resi in Uic evening arc at hand. Older people are helpful Cnnci-r C.hliii' 21-July Pleasure ar.d its pursuit tend to crow! out much of today's planned activity, v'-Uh no patti- i! sight. Hie you can, noH-inn Iliiil all eventually comes oul straight. VirRo 'AUK. 22': Continued efforts thrive, new- starts falter. Stay with group j efforts, avoiitinp, nu-h r.dven- lures. Tall talcs for Hie future arc born today. I Libra (Si-pi.' 23 (k'l. Your initiative releases tension so you can pick tip again, per trnclioti becomes a main inter- est in later hours. Aquarius (.Tim. Energy builds as the clay grows. Hring together ebvious extremes, see them come to balance. and 1'isrCH (Ti'li. ID-Mart'k Clear away your backlog of can. mcslic fird F.nswcrs. Take lime lo pray now. (107-': lly Tlic CliiraRo Tribune) haps (nrllier ahead than where i Rain and pollution you left oil. Scorpio IOrl. .Nov. An ellort to see the u'.her fel- low's viewpoint lends him in sec yours more clearly. tic-t together with old friends for a lively evening. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Drc. It's an adventurous day within Andy scads a complete 22- voltimc set of the World Hook CHCYt'lopi'ilia lo Susan Sween- ey, 13, of Cleveland, Ohio, lur her (luestioji; Does rain help to cli-an up pol- lution? t-hc Ihe broad borders ol your pre- i and cur park5 aml sent habits; c i rcumstances n-.r.y for the bf-llcr. Capricorn IDec. 22-Jan Yesterday's direction can be if yen (vire to make a serious effort. A pleasant dis- water is dispelled arour.d world. Tins is because. realm of ualurc works with bcl systems. The prevailing winds atl polhitcrl air Jar am Jlaimlrops rinse oil the trees, 0 adding more pollution lo our planet, it lime (lie world of nature wil down particles of g-scou.< deb ris. Ailer a sharp sliuwxT the air of a smoggy city is fresh- or and even some of tacky deposits are washed from the, streets and sidewalks. Certain- ly tl'e rain seems to help clean up pollution at least fcr convert our hazardous contann nants inlo niaterials thai do no tbrcaleu all lile on cavth. Du everybody must work as a team ta get llie enormous jol started. This (iocs not mean thai our small lo-L-al efforts are useless. THE CAT NEXT DOOR HAS GOT WOODSTOCKiSAVET KIM! SAVE HIM" TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon SPRING 15 ME FAVOK'T SEASON, WHY PHUPPER. AH, PA ENCHANTEP WOILP 0' CHILPHOOP! BLONDIE-By Chic Young Honey won't help your cataracts Dr. l.anil) I have been told that a drop of honey in the eye every day will dis- solve tbo cataracts. Is this truo or false? Your comments will be appreciated, Dear Reader False. A ca- taract involves a coagulation of the protein in the lens of the eye which means that the "jells in the clearlike lens become clouded nnd can't transmit light. There are several causes for cataracts including severe elec- trical shock and they are more common m diabetes. The most widely accepted theory of (he cause of the usual form of cataracts, though, is that they are a na- tural process of aging. The lens of the eye is made up of the same type of tissue that forms the skin over the body. You know that the skin con- stantly forms new cells and we slough off the old cells at the surface of the skin. The lens of the eye also constantly forms new cells but it can not dis- card them at" its surface since the lens is imhedded inside the eye. The lens of the eye grows lar- ger and larger through the years and the cells that make up the lens arc packed tighter and lighter together in the cen- ter of the lens. Eventually these lightly packed cells be- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. while. But the proWsm is, global pro- happcns lo all Uie dirty b.ith jcct lu a slnnu way nt "a a local level. It cannot liegin unless we individuals help to A heavy ram brings down nt, conscvvc ovu- resoui-ces least some of the polluiants in iL, lhc up mtcr the air and washes some of wovl? in varioils anli-pollu- Iheir tacky dcposiLs from Ihc j (ion By so doing, wo surface scenciT. Then the (liny our good inten- ivater riuis along gullcrs that drain into the se-wtge sj-stcm. when mis rainy runoff is treated at a scw-agu plant, come opaque and form cata- racts. Unfortunately, nature designed this system to be suf- ficiently complex that it is not merely' a trac-j of the pollutant chemicals ccn be removed. likely to he by a drop of i Very "flea it is untreated be- honey. the only Ihine fore it empties into a stream or that this treatment could do is lake, fls contaminants arc adct- lo cause irritation at the sur- J ed to surface waters and soino face of the eye. are soaked deep into the soil. J Hence, the rain merely rinses Dear Dr. Lamb I am a junior in high schc-ol and in- volved in athletics, I think I have hernia of tho testicles and it appears [hat some of the coils extend into my abdomen. HSLLQ.JULILIS- I JUS" FOUND t CUTEST LITTLE JUST FOR ME I NEVER GUY ANYTHING J- U'lrHOUT FIRST ASKING .JULIUS iiar' When I exert myself I feel an itching discomfort in Hie area. good tions nnd set a good example. This is a sure w.-.y to inspire others to join Ihe Icajn. When enough of us demonstrate chak intend to work hard for a cleaner v.orld, even the nations of tiie pay attention. At present, certain large polluters refuse to mend their ways, That is, unless still laus are pr.sscd to penalize them. This calls for political pressure, an area in which high BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker off a smoggy city by shifting Die pollutants else. Rain that falls on the fields washes , tons of clir-micals your ,oca, political used to wipe out weed and scUlp wrlij gcl pcsls. Certain of these herbi- cides and pesticides retain (heir lethal qualities for manv went for a physical to j years. The rainy runoff drains j arc swaycrl" when numer- ous local groups express their intentions. On a global frale, if i council members who favor anti-pollution programs in a big way. After all, tup government 111 ABNER-By Al Capp participate in sports my physi- thorn into streams that even- checked me for a hernia tually empty into the sea. but he overlooked it. Is this There the mingling ocean possible? Dear Header Vcs. it possilbe to miss the presence them around from pole is I Lo Scientists found DDT "'c of Anlarclic pen- of a hernia. The lypc Ihat you are concerned about can slide in or out of the abdomen and if, for one reason or another, it is not out, it is possible to miss the hernia. There is another possibility. You may not really have a her- nia. There is another condition that is associated Ihc dila- tion of the veins to the testicles much like varicose veins in the legs that cause the testicle and Ihe nrca to he enlarged and feel like a bag of worms. These arc not necessarily harmful. GOREN ON BRIDGE Impossible BY CHAKLES H. COBEH [e nn: IT Tta Cllnn East-West vulnerable. deals. NORTTI A 10 843 0 KJI AK7S EAST O 10! O75Z s a 4 z SOUTH A65 O A J7 O1G8SJ q j 10 Nortl 4 W O A53 TKc bidding: East South West 3 NT 2 V Pass Fass Pasj Pajs Opening lead: Deuce of 4 South's aggressive two heart over East's opening one no trump bid- landed the former in a four heart contract that appeared to be doomed to Jail inas- much as Ihe lay ol the cards subjects declarer lo Ihe loss of spade Irieks and two hearts. South, howeverT un- covered a brilliant coup to de- velop a successful end posi- tion. West led the deuce of tpades and East won the tirst trick with the queen. He continued wilh Ihe king and ace, South rulfing the third round wilh the three of hearts. Inasmuch as declarer had bsl (he first two tricks, his only chance to make Ihe contract was lo confine his (rump loicrs to one. This ap- pears possible only if West holds the ace-doubleton In hearts. By leading out to North's queen find then a Email one back, ducking the return to West, the ace will fall if Ihe latler haj Ihe de- slrcd holding. Soulb rtaliHd Urn thli hope was Impossible II East's one no trump bid ffere to be given credence, Jnasmuch as there was no way to get the latler up to IS points without including the ace of hearts among his ns- Bets, The only chance then was to find Ms opponent with a specific he planned his earn- paipi accordingly. The ace and king of clubs nere cashed and s third round led and trumped with the four of hearts. A small diamond to the jack put North In to lead a lourth club. East discarded a dia- mond and declarer ruffed with Ihe, five of trumps. The ace of diamonds followed by the queen over to the king set up Ihe following end posi- tion at trick 11: NORTH 4 19 (tl 0 VoM Void WEST EAST J Void V 10 t A J 7 0 VolJ 0 Void 4. Void Void SOUTH 4 Void VKtt 0 Void A Void The ten of spades was led, and In desperation, East ruffed In wilh the jack of hearts, in the hope lhat West's Irump holding was as good as (he 10-8. South was In command, however, end overruled with the king as West helplessly followed Euit, The nine of hearts was re- turned. West covered wilh the ten, North played tha queen and East won wilh the South's eight of hearts took the final (rick. Ife list two spades and only btut on lie It was carried thousands o' miles front those farmlands. A sharp shower freshens up the local sccuu-ry for a day or so. Dut meantime, the dirty- enough local communities get started, cur good intentions sway even the UN! (juesiiuns asked liy cnlWten of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box Hnnlinglon California flZBJS. (Copyright Chronirlc1) I t'o. 1972) Your Income Tax Questions and Answers This column has been creparctl by the DssUict Oflice, [Jr-p.irl- merJ of lialional Re-.pnuE, Tjjdilicn. It includes ansv.prs lo sonie the moil fommcrily Where unusual rernJer use ynur Income Tax Guide, II are still In need ol help, vvrife to NAriDNAL RFVENUE, TAX A TJON, 20S ath Ave, S E., Canary 21, Al- ter la lor IntcTmalicn. qualify, these foes would be dcducUble if they were paid lo Ihc same educational institu- tion. IL is tli? total of fees paid lo tliy educatlnnal instiLuUon that counLs. Q. Last year my nephew at- tended university and I paid his tuition fees. Can I claim I Q. I contribute, at my place of, sn-v of thesc when I am riling imploymonl, to a Pension Clan. m5' income tax return? lowever, as I want to have n' A. No. Only lhc student may arger pension when I rclire I j claim tuition Ices against his have also taken out a retire-' ment savings plan with a tnist THE BROTHERS- ISTHE REASON MOVIES ARE THE WAV TKEV THE OTHER ISTHERRASON LIVE FMTERTA1MMENT THE WAV IT IS- Bob Montana company. What Ls the maxi- mum contribution thnt I can claim on my income lax form 'or hoth of them? A. For 1971, as an employee you will be allowed lo deduct your conlribitlion.s to Uie Pen- sion Plan and your Registered Jtetircment .Savings PJan up to a combined total of or cent of your earned incomo own income. Q. SVhat receipts THAT BAG? ...IT'S JUST ABOUTA LIFETIME OF SAVING or certifi- cates must I enclose my income tax form whcn claim- ing my tuition fees? A. You should ask the educa- tional institution the .special receipt or certificate approved fur incomo tax purposes, if, be- cause you are claiming tuition expenses for the calendar year rather than for Ihe academic ycnr, your claim docs not equal Lf it LS less than 1 lhc amount rtiov.ii on this ccr- Q I. am self-employed arul .specify the portion of My into_ a replercd 0.- certificate Lhnt you are ;.ning for the ralcnrlar year, the ajnount covered by the certificate for the immediately preceding pe- ri rx I. Q, I changed jobs last year .'intl received a lump sum rnenl from my em- ployer's pension plan. I know mc-nt savings plan with an in- surance company, J have nn salaried incomo and under- thai I can claim for in- come tax p u r p o s c s, a maxi- mum of for my retire- ment savings plan. Is this cor- rect? A. If you arc not covered by an employee pension plan yon would be cnlillcd to claim amounts paid into a regislcred retirement savings plan np tn 52.500, or 20 per cent of your earned income for the year, whichever is less. Q. I understand that only a portion of my union dues is al- this mnncy can he taxed at a reduced rnlc but I do not know how to calculate Ihis rale of tax. should I do? A. When filing your return you should attach d note lo your return recjitestinfj that the Dcpardnonf apply the provi- sions of Section 3fi of Ihi lax. How dn I know is an allowable dcdur- from my come Tax AeL to your lump lowed income w h n t lion? A, Your union should inform i your return as far as the "Tax- you of the amount you can able Income'1 figure but do not claim for ycnir uiiinn dnr.s by include Ihn lump sum pay giving you a receipt In file v.ilb mc-nl in your income. Do not your income tax return, make any lax calculation, bu' Q. I know m.iy nut claim j m lho linc Tax tuition fees paid In an rduca-i tional institution if the fee rloc-: c c c pcr not exceed S25. However, last lhc tolal amount of year f took several your lax (Jcciuclions including each with a fee of S10 or less. the amount dcducled from the but Ihe tolal for Ihe year more May 1 c I; sum payment. Also jittnch lhc T-IA slip on that pay- ment is reported. Complete lump sum payment as shown tuition fees when filing "in m Kl'P- Tllcrc my income lax relurn? li' will he a delay in processing A. Provided they othcnvTso i your rclurn. HI AND lOlS-By Dik Browne ._, WHV DCESNrY} WE WAVE [L. WHOCRS.'HE J- PROPPED ONE OF C HE'S NOT AS f FRIENDLY AS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Ncnl (9 BUGS BUNNY 1 JUST LIKE TO SEE WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO SIT IN A BARBER CHAIR ONCE IM A WHILE! ;