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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ Thii-.-'civ YOUR IIOROSCOF V. ins: In cluiKV tinncs veil. LKO (.Inly W light hours are v.or you any- thing hours in? for fun and frivolitv. VHHiO 23 Sept. ?21: Privacy is needed for full do of your n ;i i '.i r p. There is some1 tnutter you ruist work out ncnv. Romantic nntos are Mrniiu aiul inco'i'-civ ienl T.IlillA (Scpl. :.1 on. NVhntcviT you tlr> ivr ing By JEANE D1XON lioad (Dec. limp and privacy In flronp onternrises thriu In diurige directions i Day- willi even casual I'm-i l'IS Hum tiu-ir comes frnm Minnv- your normal cn-.i'vwl. ous witli loved SAnilTAHUS L'. ?P: Look for comu" fresh ventures, financial pnrl. Informalim! from taiit.s finds hovori! pco- INIn-il rc- ii. e -md WffljY HE ALSO WROTE TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon Surprising oyster j Andy sends a complete !J volume sol of the World Hook Encyclopedia lo no Charles G. Hardy, Jr. age 7. OT' of High T'oiiU, North Caro- lina, for liis question: docs an oyster change lih Hec. consul- The of nature is full iri.nnal i of siu-uriscs and if ue poko around long enough, we find Iliat almost anything is possi- [blc. More Hum a million spe- cics are designed to hand on Ihr pairs moot and fertilize each other. In most species, tho young larvae spend a few hazardous weeks swimming around in the hungry sea. Bul tlic larvae of the Pacific oys- ters develop inside the fe- male's shells and Iheir infancy Is less risky. Oyster larvae look like min- iature melon seeds, wearing HAMHOCKER'S Trie SALOON...IP YOU SEE HER, SAY I LEFT TOWN! WILLVOU PO WHAT I ASK, PLEflSe? bfe, yet no two methods arc; toupees. They wave their hairy LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. j ex-akiy alike. I searchers are still invcstical- A, present. anema j iiip and describing the various procedures. Ferhnps they arc I too busy lo wonder why this nr that is so. In anv case, no- to swim through the water, in search o[ food scraps. of Ihem arc devoured by fislie? and other sea dwellers. In n day or so, they grow tiny, elnssy shells, though their to blood pressure body has come up a good continue to propel them explanation of an oyster changes his sex. around for about, two weeks more. Then the few lucky sur- vivors sink to (he bottom and Some years ago, medical stay there for the rest of then- perls figured out how to lives. change the sex of certain Dear Dr. Lamb My friend FOOH, and moht forms of ane- and I have licon arguing about mia can be if tlu-y arc The Quesllous asuec uy chlTdion anemia [u--. blood" severe enough to treat-jis to bu of re.atjprs be BLONDlE-By Chic Young J'MK ASkTS TOO MUCH O- ME AyM rt'Cl-.p BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker She says that if it Ls not treated meiU. right away VIM can I dis- agree On: you please tell us the effect II yon don't take care of yourself. I have anemia. Dear ail PL" Anemia and low blood pressure r-rc '.v, o different tilings Anemia means inadequate number of red blood cells In the blood tLreaiii or insulficient iron in the red blool cells that are present, Dc-ar Dr. I.nmh I am al- mos' 24 year.1! old and liavt- hnd pain in my riglil chest, and side since I vai 20. pain starts my kidneys and I still think that- is v.hat is the matter. My doci.0." ncnv Ihinks it is pleurisy expensive and successful lo some extent. When hear; Ihese newsy events, some of us raise our eyebrows and wonder v.-hy. Meantime, cer- t ain oyslevs pcriorm this switch with no trouble at nil Andy. P.O. i Beaca. ClirooicTe) I ublishing Co. 1972) Low blood pressure lu'jans that tiie pressure of the hlcxyl in the arteriRo is on the low sidfi. This is rclatr-d rn how much blood you have, strongly the heart and how much resistance the arteries make to blood It is true that anemia can sometimes cause pressure, but they are two dif- ferent Ihimrs. Low blood pres- is giving you sure bv itself in a rerson who 'inii.-i tlr.r.k i.n iiilccUon. has no evidence of illness, such pleurisy is usually not helped by penicillin or antibio- lir-s There arc multiple causes for pain in I lie area you speak including muscular prob- an anemia depends proWorns with the lungs, severe it is. Girls oft Umcs 1 digestive tract, the kidney but all he does is give me pen- icillin shol.s and pills. I am married and this problem scrnel'mies causes trouble be- tween us. have been mar- ried three years and I haven't been able to get pregnant. Do you think pleurisy lias any- thing to do Dear Header I don't know what you have, and if Lhc doctor as heart disease, anemia i tuberculosis 10 name a few, not serious. NTi a I. should be done about or liver, and tba spine. Pleurisy should not prevent have mild anemias v.hich are cot necessarily life threatening, but they can contribute to fa- yon from getting pregnant and tigne. The only sure way is to know how severe the anemia any episode of pleurisy that lasts four years is very un- is and for thi-s you '.vili have to usual. Why don't you ask your rely on your doctor. I would 'doctor to arrange for a con- say that it is highly unlikely sultation for you with a spec- that you are going to die real ,ialist in internal medicine. normal reproduclivc cycle and they have no pay in the mat- ter. What's more, they cannot wonder why because they have no brains or serious contem- plation of any sort. Even brainy biologists avo bewildered by (his problem. It does not seem to be a neces- sary part of oyster reproduc- tion, because many species do not change their EON. For ex- TAX fotf eer A DATE SEESEANT; BUT THE LITTLE 6ONNA Bg TOUSM LI'L ABNER-By Al Copp ample, among the common oysters of the males the females remain females all their lives. Olher oysiiirs o[ Kllropean waters do erso their sexes about five years. So does the native oys- ter of our Pacific coast Nobody can say for sure Questions and Answers Q We had our first child last month. How do I go about hav- ing my lax deductions changed, the Atlantic coast, or do I need to do anything? remain males and A. A child affect your exemption status. You should notify your personnel office and they will have you fill out a nesv TD1 form. Q. We had a baby last year lived for a few hours. Can GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES II. OOREN 1C I m: By The CMH11 Tn WHT East-Weal vulnerable. North deals. NORTTT 633 o K q n f. 5 S 2 Jk J3Z IfEST EAST A A 10 8 T 5 4 4 Q J 2 t; 10 3 C fi 5 1 2 C Q U I Z 415 4KQ387 sooni A K! A D 7 K J 7 B i f, A 10 t The bidding: North Easl South 3 3 NT Pass Pass Pass Pass 1 0 1 .NT 3 V PJEJ Wtsl Pass Pass Past Past Opening lead: Seven of East need only have re- gorted to the rule book to nncover the play [hat would kave prevented his partner from going wrong fn today's hand irA gifting South with a three no [rump contract. West opcr.ed the seven of Bpadts, East played the jack and declarer won the Irlcfe with the king. South had eight tap spade, lour hearts, two diamonds, find one club. Since Iho ninth anust come from the dia- mond suit, he over to tha ace and then back to hU hand. showed out on the second round, slight parted with the deuce of hearts. South played a small diamond from his hand, permitting West to win the trick with the ten. West was confronted a problem, inasmuch as his opponent might well false carded on tha first the king of spades from an original holding of K-Q-x. If such were the case, it would be disas- trous, to lay down the ace. In fact, a spade return by East thru declarer's holding would not only clarify matters, but assure West's running the en- tire suit. The discouraging discard In hearts on the sec- ond diamond led West to play his partner for the aca of clubs and he shifted lo ths six of that suit. South was in with the ace and after drop- ping West's queen of dia- monds with the king, declar- er rattled off JO tricks. East contended that it wa.l naive for West lo play him for a quick entry in clubs, for if lie held tr.e ace, it would have been easy to dis- card a high club instead of the dccce of hearts. While East's point has merit, he could have eliminated part- ner's problem nHogclher by discarding the. rjueen of was a marked play. If East thr rule of 11, all he has lo do is to subtract the card originally led the seven from 11 to determine that there are- four higher cards in ihe suit held by the other three play- ers, lie Is looking at the nine of spader in dummy and the queen-jack in his hand, fn that .South L! marked only one spado higher than the seven. 1hh card be- comes idnn'tfied a[ onn when drclarrr plays thn king. Since West !i novr known to have the A-IO-8 of spades, the queen Is no longer In establish the suit and, East should hasten to rid himself of that card in order to resolve the situation for his partner, the change is made, but it docs nut interfere with the yearly production of infant oysters As you can imagine, It is not easy to study sex changes in their natural habitat. As a rule, the changeable speciss share tidal pools with non- cliangeablc oysters. Both Euro- pean and Japanese oysters have been established in our Pacific coas-tal waters. fn any case, (be sex change is completed before the- spawn- ing season. When Ihe water reaches a comfortable 66 de- grees to 10 degrees, a certain make any tax claim for who I we n her? A. Yes, if a child Is born dur- ing the year and lives, even for only a few minutes, then you may claim the child as a depen- dant and claim S300 as an ex- emption. Q. I support my sun who Is at university. His income for the year minus his.tuition fees- comes to I am told that when filing my lax return 1 can apply the Notch Provision. What does this mean? A. This means that, In order lo claim your son as a depen- -THffV CDUl.DN'T STAND HAD TO CRA2H VU to ARIL LA'S-- L AMD, ON ACCOUMT s THKPItjOTS PAKAO 1UTED OOT. TOUGH -UMRF-FINED tlOHES, AN' EMEARRASS1N' 5OMG5, AH COUUDM'T HHAP-'RM AH PUX3GFD UP SAVEP ftl.OBBOVIA FOM 1 VULG AW 1-UA, Wl AT ARCHIE-By Bob Monlona number of last year's mam- dant, you must add the amount mas and papas are ready to; vvllich his income exceeds S950, in your case (o your tax. You have to use the reverse roles. Oysters, of course, are firmly embedded on the sea floor and unable "Detailed Tax Calculation" to move around for dating and j determine your Fed- maun; males The release males and fe-'cral aml Provincial Tax pay- their sex cells Into the water where some of Bridge results Sanla; 3. Evening D.n c. an fj April 1. tfr. x P. W.rj-ngran; Niqhl D.B.C. A N S. 1. B '.iVi. R V. V'jTnN-r; I ft L. Frvii. 1. W. rday Nighl O.B.C April 1 I N .S. 1 R J V I T Solrt. ffc: H E. H Pflk-pr. o. r: '.''1 X. I 3 D. I P. I Swii% Toumirr If' able and show the ''Tax Adjustment" in the space provided. Q. I am a student at a Ca- nadian university. How do I cal- culale (he tuition fees allow- able'7 A. Tuition fees supported by the proper certificate may be claimed for any 12-month pe- riod beginning in the taxation year, uhjch means for J07I you could rlaijn cither on the calen- dar year or (he academic year. 1D71-72. Q. Last year my and 1 decided to assist a child who lives in another We .send regular payments for this ehilrt to receive food, clothing anr! education under the "Fos- ter Parents Plan." have not adoptCH-J this youngster, but I am wondering if I can claim tho child a? n dependant on my in- comn tax return, or claim tho money I send fr> her as a char- liable donation? A. You may not claim tho chi M as n depend an t a 3 you did not have custody or con- trol over i lie youngster. How- ever, payments made in the i to the Toiler Parents Plan Of Cnnnd.T arc eligible for do- ifluclion .is donations hr-n suppnrlcd by proper rc- CClplS. DON'T WE'RE GCHE4G TO GF.F 6EL WITHCXn- BEL15] THEM FOR A FEW DAYS WHllE THEY INSTALL) TO THE HI AND LOIS-By DFk Browne 700 Busy TO 6ET IT DOWN NOW- HIW HE'LL JUST WAVE TO UNTJL DITTO'S FOOTBALL IS STUCK UP IH THE TREE ME HEEDS VDUR HfiLP JUST HAVE JO UNTIL TOMORROW SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal SAYSOMETHlNS-TD KIH6-, BUGS BUNNV hV AMcn- e c( firrtl I JJATIONAL REVENUE, i :n5 i-th f> n ;i, M- tsrr.i for aHificnal Iriformaliori. SYLVESTEU, POESN'TVEK CONECIENCE EVER BOTHER YA? VA COME IN EVERY PAY, EAT MY CRACKERS WITW MY CATSUP OS 'EM AN' NEVER BUY ANYTHING ;