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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE Saturday, Auguil 15, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, AUG. :IG Your today: Im- pulsive moves Ihis coming year will bring you into con- fnmlalions in which you learn new limits, facts, new ways of looking at your own life. The directions you go may seem temporary, but are actually not. Complete earlier plans. Romantic ven- tures are part of the appeal- ing distractions. Today's na- tives usually have predis- positions to money-making, extravagance, and the need to balance these factors. AWES (March 21-April You can get into difficulties quite readily today. Almost any careless behavior will do. Avoid extremes: remember what you want to achieve. TAURUS (April 20-JIay Older people tend to im- patience, and you may forget to tell them something. Your family seems determined on matters not planned. Your own serenity is important. GEMINI (May 21 June Think first, and let others do the fidgeting. Channel your en ergy into mental work, lining up facts and figures. Work alone if you can. CANCER (June 21 July Money comes into question. Your own seems to have wings. Optimism, enthusiasm are the order of the day: use the ex- pansive mood for constructive purposes. LEO (July 23 Aug. Edmonton M'aii To Attend Meet EDMONTON (CP) Paul Denis of L'Association Cana- dienne-Francaise de 1'Alberta trill represent Alberta as one of eight Canadian delegates to an international meeting of young peoples in Hammamet, Tunisia, next week. "This is the first meeting of this kind ever Mr. Denis said. "More than CO countries will be represented and it will give us an idea of the im- mense richness of French-lan- guage culture in the world." Whatever disagreement y have incurred rcceutiy pro ises to come bade today. A difference of opinion may gri into a power struggle. Expo short tempers all' ai'ound, yo own as well. VfKGO (Aug. Scpl. 22 The emphasis today should on home and family. Slrangci seldom-visited people are se silive and hard lo deal wit Care lools and appliano is recommended LIBRA (Sept. Oct. 22 Wilh a casual word you can u wittingly trigger a "moment tension. It might he well t leave a little distance betwee yourself and friends or neigl rars. SCORPIO (Oct. ,Vov. 21; You may have difficulty fint ng time for everything 'that mportant. Spend much of it a ionic. Family matters requh real honesty. SAOrTTAKIirS (.Nov. 22-Dec There are snags, so pre >are to meet situations invoh ng people you don't know, de ays, and everybody runnui nit of p a t i e n c e. A sense o umor can be helpful. CAPRICORN' (Dec. 22 .._.. Try letting well enougl alone today. Influential people are in no mood to help. Dis agreements over money are specifically to be avoided AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fcb Be ready to assist others through moments of confusion Older people require more from you. Much depends on your healthy response. PISCES (Fell. IB-March Whatever you do today is like- ly to be inconvenient, uphill, but very much worth your trouble. Expect delays and "in- terruptions. You'll be glad you saw it through. 1970, Newsilay, Inc. MONDAV, AUG. 17 Your birthday today: The busy year coming up will leave you little time for loaf- ing. You have obstacles to overcome and the extra effort gives you momentum ain! additional resources. Personal relations are often strongly emotional. Today's natives are rather prudent people who manage to do things where others fail. The men do better in large-scale projects; the women are so- cially fluent and generous. ARIES (March 21-April Quick decisions today are not sound. A search for new infor- mation is promising. You can be of great help to your group or community. TAURUS (April The early hours tend "to be noisy. Later everything builds into rather good results if you can go with the rhythm of "the i day. Assistance is easier to ob-1 tain. GEMINI (May 21 June Your associates and neighbors turn out to be co-operative. Ca- reer matters are subject to fa- vorable change. Relax an den- joy the evening. CANCER (June 21-JuIy Self-improvement efforts pros- per after some early ma- nccuvering. The later horns >pen up interesting possibili- ies. Make plans, ask questions on pertinent points. LEO (.1 irly Aug. lust remain calm during the irsl half of the day, then mooth out any differences vhen you've had time to think. Also consider insurance cover- ige, long-range security. VIRGO (Aug. 2.1 Sept. your resources, make lists of things to do. Join forces 'ilh others working on similar natters, for better results. i LIBRA (Sept. 23 Lei the discussions of the mor- ning work out to Hie same plans you had until others see things your way, then proceed. You may increase your earnings. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23- Nov. A moment's thought in the morning saves a great deal of lost motion later. Add to your savings account today. Attend to the affairs of young people. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Once past the fleeting ten- sion.; the morning, you can get something done. Stick to earlier plans and proceed dis- creetly. Much co-operation is to be had in the afternoon. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Let things go for a while just to see where they lead- then you can get your plans es- tablished and a competitive ad- vantage over those who set the morning details. AQUARIUS (Jail. 20 Feb. New contacts bring fresh information; pursue your regu- lar routines, however. You now have an opportunity enter into the public Mfe of your com- munity. PISCES (Feb. ID-March Your perspective concerning yourself, is off a wishful thinking, check with people who care about you. De- cisions left until later in the day are better. 1970, Newsday, Inc. To Seek Change Expropriation Laws CALGARY (CP) Opposi- on Leader Peter Lougheed id today he plans to intro- ice a bill at the next sitting the Alberta legislature which nteins a "home for home" inciple for expropriations. ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY The Governing Authoriiy of Athabosca University IN- VITES APPLICATIONS from well qualified persons for the position of SECRETARY to !he GOVERNING AUTHORITY. The development of the University, which will be- come a part of the universities system of Alberta, is at present in the process of planning as to curriculum, curricu- lum organization, methods of insiruction, building and campus facilities, and administration, in relation to the present and future needs of higher education in Canada. The campus is situated within the Edmonton metropolitan area in Alberta. The successful applicant will hove training end ex- perience in administration, and be knowledgeable in its application to university affairs. The duties will include supervision of the office of the Authority and its routine business affairs and correspondence, drafting reports, maintenance of records and minutes, and other responsi- bilities usual to the position of Secretary. presents an opportunity for creative thinking in achieving the object- fives of the University. A salary range of to 000 is offered, depending on qualifications, with other terms 10 be negotiated. It is desired to fill the position at on early dale and prompt replies are requested, Please state age and qualif- ications in detail. Address your application Jo: The Chairman Athabasca University, By Order of The Governing Building, Authority EDMONTON, Alberta. glasses They know when to fun and off They darken when it's sunny intl aright. Then clear indoors and il night. Smoothly. ComforlaMv Automatically. A neutral gray th never hides your eyes, doesn't, disturb natural coloring. Corning created the glass. We make the glasses Iff to your prescription. Just come in and ask. an Probe Of Pollution 4t U of A EDMONTON (CP) The University of Alberta's techni cal staff will investigate tvheth er the institution is contribut- ing to air or water pollution. Some of the areas to be in- vestigated will be chemical dis- posal, nonretumable radioac- tive materials, disposal of test animals, the burning of wastes in incinerators, x-ray equip- ment and undue noise. Dr. Max Wyman, president of the university supported the study done by technical person- nel rather than academics be- cause "investigation of pollu- tion is not an afternoon's work. "I think it is the job of the )hysical department to make sure we are not polluting the air or the Dr. Wyman said. Expropriation laws need "ur- gent he said, and re- ferred to the case of Wilmot Baldwin, 69. who was evicted from his house in Calgary Mon- day to make way for an urban renewal project. "I am now convinced that So- cial Credit's laws of expro- priation do not adequately as- sure fair, compensation under present circumstances for a home-owner removed from his home on the basis of so-called public interest." It was not sufficient for citi- zens to receive market value for their property but they must be provided with "com- parable replacement." The Progressive Conserva- tive Leader said a study of ex- propriation laws by the insti- tute of law research and re- form was fine, but added elect- ed representatives have "a re- sponsibility to look at these matters from a social and iiunan point of view and not delegate them to others." Trip Bus travelers can now go 600 miles without a switch. Greyhound Corp. has started daily runs between New York and Calgary, via Toronto. Pas- engers can go any part of the vay and reservations are not equired. GOREN ON BRIDGE. By CHARLES H.- GOREN tt Tli. etkw TflhPW) WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ 0. 1-As South, both Jierable, you .hold: AAJ10 7643Z OTW4 6 Void The bidding has proceeded: West Nortfc East Soailr 20 t What do you Md? South, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: SiHitk West North Esst 10 Pass PIJJ f What do.j'oubidaow? s- Neither -rulnerable, As South you hold: AAKS WOT52 The bidding has proceeded: West North, Bast South 10 IV Pass T What do you bid? fl. vulnerable, as South you hold: Woid The bidding has proceeded: South West Nortlt Hurt What do you bid nosi Q. vulnerable, t South you-hold: VQJUtt Tlift bidding has proceeded: North Eaa, SonUi 14 TOat BO you bid? South, vulnerably you-hold: AA103 VU 0S424AJM754 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West Pass ;pasj Putt 4 i 0 Pass Wiat do you bid aw? Q. vslnerable, at Souft you hold: 9AK10T Tile bidding has proceeded: South West North Bast IV What tlo you bid BOW? S-Both vulnerable, Aa South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: Nortk East. 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THE DOCTOR IS SLEEPING, Chic lorni' i DASWOOR I YOUR TROUBLE N- IS YOU EXAGGERATE MUCH THERE YOU GO EXAGGERATING AGAIN BKETLE Mort Walkci THAT'S MY All- PUKFOSS SOUP you THERE'S A LITTLE Of I MEAN ITiU DO A LITTLE Of EVE IT'LL FILL VOLI UP., PELAX you-pspyou OR..ANP CLEAN SINKS WHAT KINl? OF eon? Mis, U'L At Cann Bob Montana THIS is THE YJUGHEAD LATEST STYLE ,'JHAS HOLES FROM IN SWEDEN.' FROM i "4T2BI HE'S A VICTIM OF GEOGRAPHICAL THEN LET'S SAY. VERONICA.' TX SILLY. YOU HAVE HOLES ALL-L-L-L OVER YOUR BATHIN6 Ul AND Dik Browx (EAH.OOU ear TO KNCW WHEN TOASK.' wo HE SAVE US THE WHOLE BOX! CAN AND I HAVE SOME COOKIES TO EAT OUT. DAD? SIDE Gill Fox TIZZY by Kale Osann CARNIVAL by Dick Turner W4 "When d you first suspect that you didn't Know "Don't f i d e; e might get hiy father started on student "Remember the good, old days, Ethel, when 'retired' meant 'after had gone to ;