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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE Solurdoy, April 22, 1972 THE UTK8RIDGE HERALD 21 By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, Al'RH, n Your blrltnlay (inlay: Your frontiers in the year ahead arc mainly personal ami es- capu public notice. Growth ami development of your re- sources comes steadily. Where you must change most is toward better hcalLli-care habits. Today's natives often try to play out some spectacu- lar experience under pseudo- nyms. AKIKS (March 21 April Think of your own best inter- ests in nil you do today. There's much to do and think about, none of it simple or direct. TAURUS (April iMa.v Vonr search for truth today I may lead yon lo see ways of changing your approach to life and improving resources. GKM1NI (May 21 June Leave money out of your plans ami devote your litne and effort to socializing. There's plenty of news to sort out. CANCKK (Juno 21 July Bring friends and loved ones along, make the day a long en- tertaining journey into a new and better experience. VIIK.O (Aug. 23 Kept- What appears may Younger people luivo differing ways of seeing life, arid you learn a lot today. New interests promise increasing row a r d s with litllc investment. I.IUIIA (Sept. 23 Oct. Home and family fill your at- tention as the results of your sustained contribution to your community hey in lo material- ize. SCOUPIO (Oct. 2.'l Nov. Gel up and out, at least sym- Th (July 23 Aug. helically survey what you have his is a lime lo think and rest i in social contact. Postpone all with friends while you let the material considerations and ftc crowds pass by, Get out of step with past habKs for belter per- spective. Solution to health cost problems famtg opposition EDMONTON (Cl'i An 01- capita payments would lie used (awu proposed formula In finance provincial efforts considered a possible solution. aimed nl reducing costs anil SACITTAimiS (Nov. Old ideas collapse. New information and your determiir atiou evolve to a higher level. CAI'ltlCOliN 22 Wliat vou learn Jan comes hard and wilh some ex- citement, outdales wbat you were positive of yesterday. Ad uut: it's worthwhile. merely cosily speculation. To- day also brings abrupl cmo- ;ional lurns liave patience with moody loved ones. GEMINI (May 21 June Demands on your time and al- lenlion leave no opportunity lo make reasonable what you might say would be taken as criticism. CANCEH (June 21 July Favor the regularly scheduled over spontaneous arrange- ments. Since you are likely lo change your opinion more than once, postpone final action. l.EO (July 23 Aug. 221: Money matters are delicately balanced. II may he beller lo let them stand. Friends and lov- ed ones are full of wild ideas. 23 Sept. Shul nobody out in your search for inner peace. Take Ihc trou- ble lo speak gently of real ties where tlicy exist. l.lllliA Oct. .UH'AH'l'S t.k'ii. 20 i Belated news from travelers or Routines, loni; standing distant contacts present tem- to health cost prob'ems is run- ning into provincial opposition. Alooila Health Minister Neil Crawford sjiid here. lie said in an interview the proposal has met disapproval because it limits federal respon- sibilities in a shared eosl pro- gram without a guarantee that provinces will net lie forced to pick up increasing costs. The plan sets out a five-year transition period in which Ot- tawa's 50 per cent contribu- tion to hospital and medical care costs would become a per- capita grant lo the provinces. irnoroving accessibility. Mr. Crawford said the nnly present nltertiative to the pro- posal is (tie current open-ended shared cost program in which bolb levels of government are liable for accelerating health cost. He said the proposal had met favorable reaction nt the provincial health ministers' meeting last December, bnt re- action at the provincial finance ministers1 meeting in January was not as positive. There was concern provinces need last minulo chan- ges on this generally interest- enjoyable Sunday. 1'fSfKS (lreu. March Seek out and settle personal dif- ferences, m a Ic e amends for your oversights but preserve your dignity and serenity as i you altcnd these amenities. porary nroblems, tension which shouldn't be passed on to those near you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Financial moves based on re cent information arc risky. Ac- cept a nonresponsive mood in others as a normal phase. SAUITTAIIIL'S (Nov. 22-Dcc. US72: The Chicago Tribune) I New business ventures Increases would be tied to the would eventually have to bear excess health costs that did not come under the gross national product formuia. Mr. Crawford said that con- tinued discussions on the revi- sion of health financing pro- grams would probably depend gross national product. A special federal fund of million over and above the per- million used on oil, gas search OTTAWA (CP) Oil compa- nies spent S153 million last year In their search for oil and natu- ral gas in the Canadian Arctic, the Commons northern develop- ment committee learned today. Bam' Yales, director of the northern development depart- ment's economic development branch, said million was fcpenl in searches of the North- Territories and the re- maining in the Yukon. This was roughly an increase of S30 million over 1970. Because of finds by Panarc- tie, Shell, Imperial and other companies, departmental offi- cials are predicting the bill for the oil search will read) million by 1978. The Arctic search began In earnest alter the discovery of P r u d h o e Bay oil fields in Alaska. Increase in oil prices and projected U.S. require- ments have added to the incen- tive. Digby Hunt, assistant deputy minister of the department, also told the committee that recent reports indicate that residents of Imivik in the N.W.T., supply centre for the oil search, have first call on jobs arising from the exploration. Of the 900 workers in explora- tion, some 190 are Indians, Es- rc'fised'io'givc'details. kimos or Metis, he said. I was the ju-st nuclear test this year. Military observers speculated MONDAY. Al'Iill. 21 Your birthday today: Opens a fairiy smooth year in which the progress you make comes naturally. The import ant changes are subtle and real- ized late. Social and spiritual advance come in accord wilh your will. Today's natives of- ten deny themselves the easy life in pursuit of special goals. Most of them are innate diplo- mats. ARIES (March 21 April 191: Expect a stiff start of the work- week, people under stress and reluctant to communicate. speculations seem incomplete. Work alone or on routines re- quiring little co-operation if you can. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 .Ian. Interruption of your day's activity shouldn't provoke you to criticize. Your partner can't lake it now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21) Kcb. j An economy drive is most sensible project for today. Many gaps exist in your supply of information. PISCES (Feb. 10 March j Endless discussion fills the day on the timing of the next fed- in wilh your 0( eral election. wm-k Alberta would require more. TAURUS (April 21) May substantial changes than other j _ provinces might demand be- cause of its stand on taxation policy and the additional liabil- ity the province might assume. Mr. Crawford said a middle- ground approach would be a "genuine partnership" in meet- ing health needs coupled wilh the creation of less cosily health services. Don Getty, Inter govcrnmen-i lal affairs minister, has told the j legislature dial Alberta would be willing lo take over its own medical care program with no federal strings attached. But as- surances would have lo be giv- to no particular purpose, but no harm done either. Don't make any promises or decisions. By The Chicago Tribune) en that the province had the taxing power to handle the pro- j gram. U.S. Irieeers nuclear tcsl in Nevada WASHINGTON (Reuter) The United States carried out an underground nuclear test of less than 21) to Ions of its Ne- vada proving site Wednesday, the Alomic Energy Commision announced. A commission spokesman de- j scribed the explosion as a' "weapons-related test" and Laughing hyena Andy sends z complete 22- volnme set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Bobby Franklin, age 13, of Ilaynes- ville, Virginia, for his ques- tion: Does the hyena realty laugh? Certainly his utterances in no way resemble a merry giggle or those hearty human ho-hos that boon) forth like a happy tuba. To hear the so called laughing hyena, the stage must i be set on the plains of Africa, amid other eerie noises of tho secret night. When you hear bin) in full voice, you may de- code that whoever named him certainly had a very weird sense of humor. Obviously tliis person was addicted to late- late shows designed lo scare honest folk out of a night's sleep. HUNGRY THAVEMJSR CAIRO (AP) Airport offi- cials opened the freight com- partment of an Indian jetliner and found a baby elephant munching on one of the suit- cases, the Middle East news agency reported. No one had re- membered to feed him. that the U.S. coulil have been testing a trigger for a hydrogen bomb or a warhead for an inter- mediate-range ballistic missile. A U.S. test staged below g round at Amchitka Island in (he Aleutians last November had the equivalent force of five j 'tpp million Ions of TNT. GOREN ON BRIDGE What do you bid nowi noles do indeed seem to echo [tie more ghastly sounds of human laughter. He may utter ,i long yowl that begins as a low, sad wail and climbs to a piercing sliriek. Or he may chuckle with the hair- raising cackles that we expect from a gloating party of silly witches. Sometimes lie shatlcrs the night air with a sound that reminds us of hysterical laugh- some pitiful person v. ho has lost his It is, of course, quite tmfair to aUnbute some human quali- ties to anv member of the ani- UY CNAKLKS H. 00 REN I IIH: By Chicji: Tiifcuit V.KEKl.Y BRIDGE QUIZ i Neither Milne rable, SouJh you hold: 4105 1'ruo reforms must boain I year. We measure the calendar a new respeci and love for nalurt' and all Hie creatures that share our world. This in- volves trying to understand them from their point of view, as thev really are. For exam by the lime it tskcs the orbit once around the sun. want to have a whole number of daily dates in the year, hut the earth refuses to go along with this neat scheme. It takes What is your response? days and the quarter day was ignored. But each year lagged farther behind earth's yearly orbit. Finaly it had [o leap (en days ahead to catch up. So it was remodeled to stop this from happening again. The new plan was sim- ple because in four years the quarter days adci up lo a whole day. So for (hrce years we give our calendar 365 days- The fourth year we give it 366 days, It uses that extra day to leap forward to catch up with the times. This is why we call it a leap year and the leap day j is added to February. j Quest Inns asnefl uy cnflrlicn of Herald readers should OR mailed to Ask Andy, P O. Box Hnnlmgton Beacd. California n2fi4R (Copyright Chroniclrl ItiblJshlng Co. 1972) TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan MAM WHO FOK YEARS YOU'VE EVERYTHING IN YOUR POWER TO SET TO MARRY OF COURSE! V HAS HE PROPOSE? TO YOU YET, AUNT BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE Mor> MOW'S TEi'A I 60INS TO DO LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp Ti'.r.N': 1.11-VEPA'iVMS DIDN'T FAITH IN! TM.' .p-r_ I _ FOM VLJI-GARILl THrV AVRRACiE AME v TO EXPOSE- TH' SOM." OML. w WHOLE WORLD TO LJKED THATiSOKi: OF LLA 'Z. L THIS ONE ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WHEN YOU'RE TRAVELING IN HIGH SOCIETY WITH VERONICA, GOTTA DRESS. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns II USE THc5 SAME 6UVS I USED EEPCRE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS 8UNNV TIMETKS'OCK OFF FER LUWCH, SYLVESTER'. THOSE ARE la FAsrtcrx '.A.ivrwt i TIU BUSINESS M r-w" _, tto m EV, WHAT DOE5 IT HERE'S SAY? IT MAY A BE A FINANCIAL TIP THAT WILL I MAKE US RICH! ;