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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 "IE U !M''.VIOrr[ IliCAiri April 17 OUR By JEANE D1XON MMUl, -JX i lot a sccpntl opinion if Ihcrc is you Evc-niiiR Is for rest. Ibe shrillest doubl of the of- VlfiCO Si'l'l- 2.'l: UMs you patience IVuuls finally come as- vsilh those who on some qucs- lic- are (.1'MIM (.May 21 June (km. Live viith the suliition .1 i-i If you can live and let live, before Uikim; drastic ;K'- pMnniii: Social j tod.-iy is for romance, ere-; tiim artivilv thvivi's in accord wilh I alive expression. Writing comes I.IHUA to cticour- Try doing sonic. j Focus on ace Today's natives CANCIlll (June 21 July 22V talm'.s and rcfomccfv and shar- hnv1 si.-i.m: usually spe- involves keejiing uu; of as you ciiil t.ileuls for '.caching and informed. Your ideas) SCOttl'IO (Oct. I'.T Nov. 21 science 'tend lo run lo innovations, j C'umprtilors inform themselves Ulll'S IMircli aiif! much can be but you to carrv the slon" As you cr..l ibr weeSi. by pl.ins to your mvn side. Ilxpool dp. .irlion IM c.luly J3 Aug. A i lays, resistance, a need to re- urrs under wav for selected re- slow siari inukls heavily, ma-' vise plans lielore artmp jor are ovwcome by1 SAdlTTAllIl'S I Nov. Her. I'M IUS 211 May 2nv. idsy's end. It is mainly up You can sell almost jiny ._...'._ intansiWc thins today Decide wtutl you Inlt-nd to do with in- vestments of lime and money. C'AI'KKOH.V (Ui'c. '22 .Inn. Thouiih no mw imuorlnnl feels von syinp.ilhelic. you still make considerable progress. A loose item in your biulpcl may cause intcro-slint! incidents. AQVAIUVS (.Tan. 20 I-'ch. is thi? lo ask for help from people willi more re- Ilian you have. Yon may to adapt plans to use is at hand. IMSCl'S (I-'t-h. .MaiT.i 201: Make n determined effort to eollnct whatever is due yon KnerpiJtic initintivc is your key to success today. ID72: Ily Th.- Chicngo LOST] t A6AIN EVEN TOOTED TO CRV IF I TEAR5 WOULDN'T RW POU3N AW [OALKJ TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan ONE FINAL (JUEsriOW, CLASS; WHAT'S THE PEST MBTHOP Of COMMUNICATING SOMEONE WHO'S LONG PISTAMCt; AWAY? -7 ANS'EKIN' THE iVflSTES' IWESTYUNS! LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Tour Income Tax Questions and Answers Q. On my inioinn lax rclurn, 1 have always my fath- er a.s n clcpcncianl. Last Marcli A. II your aunt lias an income of less tlian S95D. you may claim licr as a dcpunilanl. as U she year BlONDIE-By Chic Young ie for m'eiioupli m justify this. What- return'.' on the differ-1 ever treatment is provided for, A. ff your father's income fc, 'individuals with a virus iiilcc- the year, up to the dale of hi MHIS ana me ,o lreat ]css Uian 5550, you flu? Also, bow do you get the (llc symptoms. None of these may claim any amount you (iu. bow do you pet rid ol it and I can actually get ricl spent for his support during Drar l.iunli [.lease commrnt cnce a iru.s and the be was killed in an aulo acci- j Q. My father qualifies as a dcnl How much may I claim depeiulant and each year on my for him, if in my l.'ix fnrm I have lo till in all the information regarding his age. income, etc. Is it nol pos- sible for me to just put "sec last year's return" so that 1 do not have to fill in the same de- tails each year? coltl for Ihrec months. Anyone 7TJIS IS TWE SAME >'iC> RO4ST I USED TO GETT HIM TO A OJT TO Oli LAST WEEK help those who has symptoms of n "cold" twccn the shoulder blades? [hat lasls more than a week Dear Uradcr Most of tlie should cerlainK' see a doctor. Illnesses that v.e call the (lu i A "cold" that lasts for three are caused by H virus. Viruses; monlhs is something else. It differ Horn luicteria in that a i may be an allergy or it may virus can only ?i within a be a chronic lun.e infection or living cell. That is. why re- chronic sinusilis. In any case, search on viruses is done by; it deserves medical attention putting the viruses inside ol without further delay. vour mother does not entitle you income or her fiross income? A. It means her net income Ijefore deducting her personal exemptions, charitable dona- gs or animals for sludy. Hac- Icria. on the other hand, can be grown on riclalinlike material v.ith various nutrient stances in it. The reason doctors don't al- ways give anlibiolics lo ticnl colds is that, unless there is an sub-1 associated bacterial infection ol the throat or sinuses, they There is no sure ivay to pre- don't do any good. Antibiotics vent Ihe flu and il is passed i arc not effective against corn- through the air like any other mon virus infections, such as virus. There arc not very many things you can to to cure it once you have gotten it, except to provide symptomatic sup- port, which means getting plen- ty of fluids to prevent dehydra- tion and Inking medicines to re- lieve headache and reduce fever If the conrliUon is bad flu. A steam bath and a massage (or aching muscles arc often helpful. People who are ser- iously ill, or individuals with heart or circulatory diseases, should be careful about using steam baths, however, except under a doctor's advice. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. COHEN' Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A 10 Q j 3 o o 10; f., K s 1 M WEST EAST AAQ5SI AS75! 11 0 S r, A ill .1 9 S 2 f K SOUTH A K n K fi A J in The bidding: South West North Easl 1 .NT Pass Pass 5 Pass 2 NT 3 NT Pass Pass Pm Opening lead: Six of A The odds confronting South, Ihc declarer al three trump, were heavily observed that his work certainly cut out for him. Even if he succeeded in run- ning the clubs wilhnut casu- alty, his total would come lo only clubs, one spade, End one dia- mond. If he tried lo develop a ninth in either diamonds or hearts and East got in, a lead thru the king-jack of spades would surely provide the defense enough tricks to sink declarer's ship before it reached port. It appeared highly proba- ble thai East held either Ihe king of diamonds or the ace of hearts, for if West had twin of those cards in addi- tion lo the spades, he might have been expected to enter the auction. The only legiti- mate play then uas to find Kast with Ihc lone king of diamonds, which would pro- vide South Ihe means to win three tricks in that suit weighted against him. without surrendering Ihc izing that dim prospects call lead- for an optimistic approach in The club finesse could the play, he construcled the one distribution that might to claim her as a dependant in this instance. Q. When my parenls died 11 lions or medical expenses. went to live wilh an aunt. I was not legally adopted by my aunt but she paid for my education. Slu is now quite elderly and I give her a smalt allowance. Am I allowed to claim her on my income tax form as a depen- dant'.' prepared by Ihe Disuicl Oflice, Depart- II i.Ttludes a.nsv.ers to Ql the mc.il commrnly atUcI queslions. ffia answers inadequate lo needs, use Yc-ur Inccmc Tax Guide. If you ,-ire still In need of help, write 1o NATIONAL RCVENUF, TAXATION, 204 Blh Ave s E., Calgary 11, Al- bcrtj lor addilicnal BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker LISTEN'.' X TOLD WU HOT TO CALU A'.E ILL B 1 I ACCDSDIWS TO f COSiTRACT, Sti TAKE DM (JEK TUSF LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp of tile W Andy send: volume se Kncyclope deau. age H, of I Manitoba, for his question: What exactly is molj Ijdrnuni? n-ell in electrical equipment be- Gerry R The firs! hurdle is to learn to pronounce it with easy confi- dence. The trick is lo concen- trate on the consonants antl ac- cent the LYB syllabic. Give the other vowels no more than a soft "uh.M When an expert me- p talurgist pronounces molybde- num it sounds something like muh-LID-duh-num. Normally the consonants "BD" are an impossible pronunciation unit. that they are cunningly separated by the accented syl- lable. Molybdenum was discovered in 1773 and given a tongue twist- er name coined from older words for lead and galena, Later U was identified as a chemical clement in its own i-iflhl. Hence, if its pronuncia- tion throws you, you can still sound wise as an owl by re- erring lo molybdenum as ele- ment -12 or by its chemical produce a successful result the ch.irled his course Norlh'.> tv.o club response to the opening one no trump hid is artificial and repre- sents an atlnnifjt to uncover a major suit. lil. Il prnmiMts eicht hich card points and at Ica.sl four hearts or tar U the no trump hid- has 3 four card major, he is exfwterf lo sbow il and lo bid two dia- monds otherwise. When South denied a major by rc- hidding diamonds, Nnrlh was obliged to carry on to two no trump despite the singleton spade, inasmuch ai a hid of two r-.oatts by him would gU'jranteed a five card suit. South cin pass this call with a minimum no trump. Ilia decision to carry on to three ro trump holding only lt> points was a hit oplimistic inasmuch as his only added value was a rather anemic five card diamond suit. West opened Ihe siv of arid dummy's single- ton isjji tiL-Jd ihe iirit Irick-- thcreby marking Wn.t with possession of both Ihe are and nuccn of Ihc suit, Soulh laken either way, however, by playing East for the queen, declarer could siK'- cc.csfully cope ailli a four- on? in [he ;is well as dsvclnp a'liiilionnl entries to his hand Accord- ingly a small cluh was led from dummy at trick IHII and when Kast followed the Ihrcc. South played Ihc ten. When this held, tne ace of diamonds was dropping East's king and as- suring al Ifcc same lime that declarer's "mmion impos- was on Ihe verge of succeeding. A small diamond lerl nnd North's len was finessed on which East showed discarding a high hcarl. A club was returned to Jack and this time U'rst sluffed a heart. ace of dabs was played, by a diamond to Ihe cpicon. The king of cluh< dropped East's queen and Ihc eight nf clubs was cashed. F.asl rAit up ihn ace nf hcarls when lhat suit was ted from dummy, and n spade rclurn enabled V.'pfit li take Hie balance, but safely nnme fue clubs 'hrre dia- nv.nds, and one sparle. cause they conduct electricly and heat. Tills heavy-duty metal forms some surprising compounds with sulphur, oxygen and other elements Molybdenum disul- phidr; has a slippery, greasy quality that makes it a useful lubricant for machine parLs. Molybdenum trioxidc feels sticky. It gives an adhesive qualily to enamels, especially those used on metals. Other ils compounds are used to make various dyes. The ore molybdenie is soft enough to make streaks on pa- per. It.s texture is scaly, its color is lead prey, sughtly (inged with blue. Ff II were darker and less scaly, it could be mistaken for graphite. There arc several deposits in the east- ern and western mountains of North America. Most of supplies are mined at Climax, symbol "Mo." On tlie Periodic i c o 1 o r a d o. .Sometimes the Table of neatly organized cle- earlhy ore forms brownish or menls, il IIL-IOIIRS in Ibo family colorless cyr.slals. They are flat of transition metals. The group or flakcy and soft enough to BUT IT PAINT GlTTlN'VJHAT IT WANTS IT'S GIT TH' k VOU." UK-, ARCHIE-By Bob-Montana OONV YOU FEEL A LITTLE LIKE see.'WITH THIS CLOSED- SKOTHfK? CIRCUIT TV WE CAM OBSERVE THE STUDY HALL' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browno also includes turssten, obrom- i be. btnt 'by a linger, him and manganese. These silvery-while- melals .ire hard and heat resistant he- j cause of their atomic struc- j Uii-fs. As a rule, atoms: wilh lumber numbers lend In be hir- The (rriiisilion metals are li.'lillv packed and Ihc one- or iv.vi in their t.uicr slu-IK. impossible lo mrll ar.cl cast molybdenum uiuil v.-lun somebody invented a water- Andy sands a U'orhl Book AUns to Shannon Ayollc, age n, of Cnrdslon, Alhertn, for JUT question. ITnw much is in the n( r.rjhndy IKI-, tfnllnn gallon. But scientists liav'n made nn estimate, an cdu- Cfifccl pii'SR, on IfO'.v much wa- lr-r i.s cnnlnincd in tlic Why dicTufou give a and SOCKS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neul trcmcnrfnus mc.'is'.irinp job is the cubic mile, This, nf conrsc, is Ihc volume of a cube mea- suring one mile on oarh of iLs six Thn approximate fig- urc- for Ihc total ocoan gradn nnr] only four other cle- ment-s hnvn higher melting pninLs. allnyprl with other metals it nrjd.s supcr- j strength, plus il.s rcsiritann- lo j hcnt and corrosion. vau-r Likc all our nalural re- "i7 sources, the earths supply thp oarth... watcr rpsl molybdenum is Jimitcd. Jt i, is in lakes and-sircams. suhsur- rather Ihoiifih ahout ten faco frozcr limes more nhuntlant Uwn sil- jn Ivor. Us cliicf ore is mnlybrlc- nitc. a proy-hliic narthy com- pound v.ith sulpfjur. A rarr-r rirft is fluorescent, pouchlc, n com- OcrcFin of Is rirh in dissolvrd sslly miner- al1 This too csli- m.'itcd. Kath cwlne mile of sea frtiind wild conlair-s about 106 million uhich otnn forms in u-nallicr- lons of chemicals, In rrl (olH, uftrl, Most of the rnclal extrnctctl i.s nswl with other Iinrdrninp al- loys in molylxle- nuni .steel. This alloy proved ils dur.ibjlily in heavy duly items a.s parts for plnnt-s anrl hMTf-ls, Mofylxlemirn or its al- loys niny n.srd to coat I v firious rorrosive suhstFinfcs. I [''ilnrnrnl.s of molybdenum Ir-rial amounts to so tjuadrillion I tons give or lijkc rjuilc n few I ijy rTiHrliOD ol Herald shnulrl OP. maikd ii Anrlw, P n. Rnx (55, f hint ing ton Bcaca, Culifornia C'hroniflr) LIKE PEOPLE WHO WAIT TO 8E REWACPEP BASIS OF MERfT ;