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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE UTHJ1RIDGE HERAID Friday, Ftbruory IB, 1975 Y may be hungry larvae or sleeping chrysalises. Their chance to become flashing fireflies will come later, Uiey hatch inlo adult winged insects. This may be next summer or the following summer. Lightning bug-, fireflies and glow-worms are really beetles. True, they do not wear Ihc usual crisp body armor, but they have beetle-type wings and chewing mo'ilh parts. They also progress through the same four life stages. However, it usually lakes these soft-bodied beetles two years to progress through ihc-ir eggs, larva and pupa stages. The egg stage lasts a few weeks and the winged sduils may live only a few days. So most of their lives are spent as larvae or pupae. Tiiere are at least 1 .500 species of Ihis insect family Lampyridae. Most of them, including the big the female has the usual lamp in her tail. She lives on Ih3 ground and we call her a glow-warm. Most larvae develop their light organs early in life and a few- species flash sparks among Ihe fallen leaves. These too arc called glow-worms. A few species even ay eggs tiat glow softly in the damp dirt. Questions asuefl UT cMIclicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box i65. HuntiDglon Beaca, California 92MS. Cop> right Cnromcle Publishing Co. works IVL TORONTO (CP) A Toronto tuberculosis specialist, says a new drug called Rif ampin used experimentally to treat pstienls suffering from infectious pulmonary tuberculosis has produced little short of results." Dr. G. L. Gale, chief of staff at Toronto Hospital, said the drug was used on 60 patients for two years in a test program under his auspices. The drug released Ui's week by the federal food and drug directorate for general use against tuberculosis on prescription by doctors "In addition to being effective, it is a relatively safe drug and have encountered very few side-effects during none of them said Dr. Gale in a statement. The GO patients at, Toronto Hospital chosen for Rif ampin leslir.g were selected because I icy had failed to find complete healing any other anti-tubercular drug, he drug mders "These patients continued lo be infectious and faced the like-ihood of spending the rest of their lives in sanatoria, or under very restrictive conditions Dr. Gale said. "As a result of the new thcr-epy, they found themselves able o Ihe as normal, free citizens in the community without the risk of infecting their families and friends." Rifampin has been under widespread clinical testing throughout the world since its discovery in 1903 by Italian researcher Gruppo Lcpctit. In Canada, extensive testing has also been conducted at tlie Willow Chest Centre in Vancouver and the "University of British Columbia's medicine department as well as at the Toronto hospital. Dr. Gale had no exact figures on the recovery rate here, bul did say patients who might have spent tlic rest of lheir lives in sanatoria now are being sent home cured, thanks lo the discovery. issues rules for converts VATICAN CITY (API Pope Paul issued new rules for adult converts to Roman Catholicism Thursday and revamped baptism rites in the church. He set up Ihe new category of non-baptized sympathizers to include those show some inclination for Christianity without a full decision to embrace it. This was the result of experience in mission lands, said Rev. Jacques Ccllicr. lie explained that sympathizers could live in the tropics, whore win- African polygamisls permitted ters arc as warm as summers to atlend church services wilh-About 50 species live in North 1 nut requested immecli-America, most of them in Io rePlldlalc a11 hut one ol southern regions where winters lheir This 's particularly are mild and summers warm he said in view of and moist. A few .species live from Islamf an NP.C public affairs program. It was shown 11 on CRC's Tuesday night lelevi- they hatch adull.s and I ho lircfly cycle slarls all over aEain- i sinn sorips. In .sc.mc species, llw acliilt.s, Tho documentary was n co- oat pollen, others devour in- production of the f'Rf: and Cliil- sccLs and .some may ncit cat al (Iron's. Medical Ilclief Inlerna- all. 'Ihe adults do not last very long, hut new brcricls halch lo lional. 11 focuses on Ihe tragedy of children mutilated by keep lire firefly lights fl.-usliing I and Iho work of doctors and through the summer. :.staff at the Outre for I'b.-.iic i and Rccon.striictivo Surgery in Some species nrc wingless, 0 K 10 3 A The bidding: Soutli Wtst North East i O 2 f> I 9 Posi V Tut 4 I'BU Pan Pan Opening lead: Five of 4 South opened the bidding with one heart, North's holding was too strong for single iL i.i worth 11 points 4n support of and yet not strong enough (or a jump raise which shows poinLs. North is obliged to take nn indirect course by making i tempor- izing response of two din- mends despite the fact that his suit is not-striclly biddable. When ho raises hearts on Die next round, it becomet clear Uiat he has a belter than nvcrago hand Inasmuch us he took tlic 'tune lo show another suit lirsl. South beU unplt club was led. Soulh put up the queen and West went in with Uie king. The nine of clubs was returned and the ace was played from dum- my. The 10 of clubs was led, covered by East's jack and ruffed in the closed hand. The queen and jack of spades were cashed and North discarded a diamond. A diamond was Jed and then West followed with Hie seven, the nine wns played from East's 10. A diamond was returned and Ihc- defense cashed two more tricks in the suit lo set the declarer down by one. South began his stripping operations too laic. When he received the favorable open- ing of a spade and East's king appeared, he could have cinched success. All that is required is to draw trumps, play the high spades dis- carding a club from dummy ind then lead the ace and ID of clubs. It does not matter which defender goes in for, in order to avoid presenting South with n ruff snd discard, Iho opposition must lead dia- monds the declarer of losing only LwottickllDUulluIL 7i 50MOW VEfWEXCITINS AWirreoiNSON n'5 FIN TO NElJ PLACES ANPPO NEW f ALSO A LOT EASIER IF m HAVE ALONS TO PHOME AHEAP FOR TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan IT WAS NICE OF FATHER TO LET ME 60 WITH VOL) ON YOUR PIRTHPW WASN'T IT, LIMPIP L-IZARP? BLONDIE-By Chic Young ME MAD A SPAIN TRANSPLANT. IT WOUI-D JUST BE CLASSIFED AS MINOC3. SURGERY BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Wolker JUST PROTECTING PKB ME OUT TO COOL 111 ABNER-By Al Copp AMERICA KJ TM' LAND O' OPPOP.TOMirV.r.r-THAR'S J a OPPORTUNITY FO'ANV I IV-AM TO EARN A PAIR.'.1" WE fe WILLIN'TO DO ANYTHIMG- CLEAM UP, RUM ERRANDS-AM' NO'DON'T HAVE. TO PAY US I Kl MONEY ARCHIE-By Bob Montana X HAVE A BEAiJTIFUI- DIDYOU BRING IM WEST ALL SOMETHING SEWN WITH POROUR ON INDIAN A BUCKSWNJ LORE" STUDIES? T BROUGHT Y I GOT AN AZTEC SILVER NAVAHO BELT.' A BLANKET.1 WHAT DID OH, SEE.1 YDU BRING. II FOK30T JUeHEAD? SOMETHING I WAS IN THE CROWDED CORRIDOR AND IT HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne IS THAT ALL YOU'VE DONE yULLTHE TIME WE'VE BEEN V TAK1NS TRIXIE OVER TO GRANDMOTHER'S? I TALKED TO THREE? SALESMEN, 1 1 I TOOK FIVE PHONE MESSAGES I -CR CHIP, AND LEF DAWS 4 IN AND OUT SIX TIMES SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal (SOP IN A CON WIU. GIVE W A ROUTINE THAT Wilt. SALLY BJEAK HIM UP. BUGS BUNNY WHAT'S THE IDEA OF SETTING THE ALARM TO GO OFF IN THE AMPPLE OF THE NISHT, YOU WACKY WAB8IT7 LNLAX, ELMEC, 1 YA'LL BLOW A GASKET1 I WAUTED T' BE SUKE I PIDM'T I MISS ;