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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THI UTHMIDGI HRAID 11, YOUR HOROSCOPE SUNDAY, APRIL 1! T a a r Nrtaday today: You begin to develop more skills In your work. Advancement is promised for the near fu- ture, according to your per- sistence ud tact'in seeking more action. Home liFe, ro- mantic now fit with- in the general contest of a career elfort and thrive well- AR1ES (March 21 April This Is 'an excellent day for go- tng over family situations, agreeing on what is to be done and woo is to do it. TAURUS (April M May Take your share in the com- munity expression of faith', then get around to renew ac- quaintances. There Is news of relatives and some success in their veotures. GEMINt (May rl June It Eay surprise you U tow much you can do to efaeer up older people and who are shut-in or ill CANCER (June 21 July Vkit people you've ben glecting. Lay the "cares and coDcerns of the week pact; relax. Keep life u ample at possible until evening, then gather your wifa about you ud get set for an active week con- ing up. LEO (July a Aug. Helpful knowtadge yon- way today If you are doing your best to make life happy for your own set of people. Being a good sport a genial loser or a gracious winner will bring more satisfying friendships. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept Wherever yen have a differ- ence of opinion, un today's fa- vorable climate to anMoth TV- erything out. You now free to quite a bit of eiptoring of new pastimes, diversions, ac- LIBRA (Sept. a Oct. Put concerns over money and material beaeSs oat of yew mind and relax. It's a fun sort of day to be with people you like. If you must do something, get out your ssi esr- respondenee and line up erery- Udsg to suit you. SCORPW (Oct. B Nov. Secret come a great deal ful Sunday. Frienos are very helpful Urn about; thought! as yoo go. Business Spotlight Firm Accepts Challenge For Low-Priced Homes By WALTER Is t definite social CALGARY (CP) in this area and I am femes Ltd. bar accepted to say that your company ederal government's ready to help meet this a the construction industry President R T. Sea-field come up with oew ideas in Nu-West's aaual general Bg for loir-income of shareholders. The Calgary-tased firm G. O'Reilly, CHHC placed before Central manager, said Nu- nd Housing Corp. a plan 132-unft Calgary project win allow persons earning be one of about 100 propos- tea a year to purencae under a new federal pro- BFwn home for down set op etaiy this year to Mymeoto of km than a artoatjon that ha new boosing beyond the of BO per cent of Reward by Robert Andras, nnBster wiUUdt put if otat) n for housing, the fed- liaised program set aside kl CMHCa 1970 for projects of an experi- nature. ROUNDUP, Hoot. (AP) -A reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who tried, to bomb the car of this, we hope, to get a inf dozen rcsDy cxcnHu Mr. O-RefOy said. The Nu-West proposal is for a unit costing with me one of Roundup's two doctors, and set fire to the spread over 40 years. He said that In 1969, seven per cent of all dwelling uoHi wtre The reward money was raised after the Feb. 16 for use by low Income [amihes. This year it was hoped tempted bombing' of an automobile, belonging to Dr. 11 per cent of aE starts would ultimately be occupied by tower-incomfamilies. m ibylan. Moylao, who practiced In Roundup for years, left town hro days after Its wife discovered a dynamite fuse sticking from the gas Given of their automobile. Roundup Police Chief Parks Post Police said gasoline was used September 1968 to start a fire an the Roundup Clinic the only medical facility m the John B. Heppes, 44, haa been superintendent of Prince Albert National Park, the fed parks branch regional of- bae. reported. The Lhasa Apso dog, Heppa succeeds J. R. ly from Lhasa, Tibet, was who has been named classed as a terrier, but now supervisor of historic called a non-sporting at Cornwall, OnL GOREN ON CHARLES R. I-Ai Sooth, nbtrabk. mi Itt Olan bold: WEEKLY BRIDGE q. I-Ai South, bidding praceeded: East Mb West Ntrlk 411 UQJIt OAKQI Pan 19 DMe. The bidding Pan 19 14 Kortk East 10 do yoa bid nowt do yon hcU: 9. i-NeHber nberabfe, Till OKJI M4I Sonti you bidding has proceeded: 4IUHSI OKIIJI East tatt Wot Tte bidding has FM Ttm fertk Eist Pm PM I O Dble. Pns T What do yon do JOB bid BOW! 7-BothTolaermbta, M Q, I-Both vulnerable, yoa bold: Sooth you OCIUS 4KJHKI 4X2VAII2 opcna bat Tba bidding has proceeded: North East We it hi year n-apbeset 10 14 What do yon Sooth yoa bold: q-t-EaitWestnlaerabfe, M Sooth yon hold: 4K4T VAJ1K1 Oil 4UT Tht bidding bai csgi ortqx The bidding lias proceeded: Mk Wot Eiit 14 Pax Faa> I Wot Ncrlk E.H fMk to 09 JOV bid nOW? Wut do yoa far onmri Mmlaj) In 1964, t new boose that car- ed a mortgage bad an annual debt service of made up of in interest at seven per cent and an estimated in taxea. Aflaunng ttiBC ord 25 per cot of income, an individual would have, had to ive an aoani income of qualify for a rrxrlgage loan. ut in 1964, 25 per ceni of Cant- chan (amilies earned than ,800, RICES CHANGED Due U> higher tend, material and labor costs, Mr. O'Reilly said, the aame unit in 1970 ear- ned a mortgage of r crest at lOVi per cent was ,57S (inrl taxes an estimated 425, for a total debt service of An individual now bad to an a year to qualify for be mortgage loan, but GO per cent of Canadian famines fen >eJow that income level- Mr. O'RefflT cald fit lent housing in'b win be uTtt m tfae next decade. Assum- ing that 40 per cent were buiH o accommodate low-income amlks, industry would have to ut Tirti in place ta next 10 years, many in pub- c housing projects. "Subsidies pail by all levels of government for public bous- ing projects 9 1969 pTmmntal (o "If we' remain with the resent concept of public bow- ing, we could be tooting at sub- idies in the order of annually by ISM. "Public boosing we know it By Jeane Diion SAGITTARIUS (Km-. 22-Dtc. a) Now that certain atress ln> ran its course ud yea have bepB U catch your balance. let 14) tod enjoy me. CAPRICORN (Dec. a -'Jim. Fiad new to do puzzle or other intellectual challenge. Go co a discovery trip to tee tow much you can notice about TOUT icibbbar- bood. Think over matters you take for parted which icigbt Jsteis! strainer. AQUARIUS (Jan. JO Feb. Stay any from nuking aay aerious derision BOW. Do what your family and commun- ity haw to expect of you dining the day. The evening lends itself to sentimnilal jour. neys. PBCZS (Feb. It-MartU Ws Sunday promisee to be one that you have all la yourself, to do pretty much as you like. Settto a deMta Idea, then gather appropriate snpplka and equipment. the day with a feeling of accomplish- ment. Itn. Newaiay. IK. MONDAY, APRIL 11 Your birthday today: Much of what you do this coning year depends almost com- pletely on what you can do alone and unassisted. Center your main plans around your- self and the leaouim you definitely control rather than on what you hope to be able to develop or borrow. Roman- tic ventures now era less io- leresling to you. Much can be done to improve your dwelling place. ARIES (Mairt a April Attend to simple routines this morning; taring your ideas and plans on your associates later in the day providing things are going well. Close financing deals, collet; money due you after nooa TAURUS May CAMPUS CLATTEK-ly Urry Lewis BEETLE Wafer The need ftr Vow-cost housing b great. In Calgary atone, there ire applications for pubBc lousing with only 000 uaHa onder construction. Mr. Sen-field, put president of the Canadian House Builders Association, said industry eta meet the need Z H is given the opportntdty, SEEK LOW RATE Nu-West, one of the largest Dme builders in Canada, hopes to get money for its Calgary project at a subsidized interest rate of 7% per cent. Mr. OTWDy tfae provin- cial government may also help onion the Nu-West plan, A CMHC spokesman saU the mortgage rate for the project would be based on tfae interest rate at which the money available. "If the province gets in, pay- ments coutd drop by to a month and the Income level could go down to Nu-West, which expects to build more than single- family homes in 1970, wracb apply industrial techniques hi lower producing and doors, cupboards, staij metal siding. The Calgaiy dwellings will be rourplejes, with four housing units to a building. Each unit will have a full basement, 840 square feet of living space on two floors and a yard covering to square feet aod a gravel parking pad for two Be qtiet and tactful as the day begins, more exprcssivr as the afternoon sets in. By then you have beard what evciybuly else has been doing and, hope- fully, have said little or noth- ing of your own recent exploits. GEMINI (May 21 Jne Leave authority, experts alone in their rectitude today. Attend instead to older people who put faith and trust In your judg- ment and advice. CANCER (Jue 21 July If you can get through the morning without differences of opinion, the day improves mar- vekuaty with your steady drive to get the week started in pro-, ductive order. LEO (Jarj 21 Aig. Now b the time to do something that needs privacy. Simply go ahead with whatever it may be, with- out advance notice or explana- tions to anybody. VIRGO (Aig. 23 Sept. Everybody you care about is trying, one way or another, for rapport with you. Meet them half-wiy, cheer up, and seek a brighter view of yourself and your work. The evening brings good news. LIBRA (Sept a Oft. Leave important people alone this morning as they busy themselves with their plan worked up over the weekend. Vail until the weak spots show up in the afternoon, then put in yottr share. SCORPIO (Oct. a Nov. Ask for help aod cooperation today. Teainwork comes easier and may solve problems and delays which have baffled you. Proceed with confidence. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Det. Discussions early today are subject to irritation. Wait uatil things settle down a little and people are not so rushed in the latter part of the day. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jaa. You can make a valuable contribution to your family wel- fare with but litUe extra effort. Just think about what might benefit everybody. AQUARIUS Feb. You owe it to yourself not LIT. ABNEB-By AaUBIE-Bl ESKIMO HAD TO DO WITH BI LOIS-By Mk BnwM to let details overwhelm you. Errors row have unusually stiff repercussions. PISCES (Feb. II March The week commences with an average, day, in which you can aochieve much without special pressure or difficulty. Maie the most of It, then seek complete change of pace this evening, Newsday, IDC, COME TO YOUR TERMINAL MARKET ore atMmbrf yard for Alberta rbg Prodvon Marketing Board, Bring your slaughter Hogt fa in for better FEEDER HOG SALES EVERY MONDAY AT P.M. CATTLE SALES TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY AT A.M. SPECIAL FEEDER CATTLE SALES EVERY FRIDAY C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. AUERTA STOCKYARDS P.O. BOX S.S.1-1-7, UTHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Phone: 3374101 Mi. 37I-3W BONDED llveifock Commlulon Agenlt Order Buyin Exporfen "IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY" HANDLING AIL CLASSES OF LIVESTOCK iVBuew WORT Fraik O'Neal BUGS BUNNT THAT MUST BE SOME OF MY OTHER GUESTS ARRIVING! YOU SAID I'P BE THE HIT OF) THE PARTY IN THIS ;