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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKALD Thundoy, Auguil 17, WO YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON FRIDAY, AUG. Later you may get in Voar birthday today: creative efforts, path through the (June 21-JtiIy year should be pleasant matters absorb you well compensated, you enjoy your own mys- on your efforts. Social Some things in your fam- volvement proceeds situation now promise ma- with more meaning than advantage, an added div- previous years. There is usual opportunity for (July 23-Alig. All sion of property to cash. There are times when everything you touch yeilcls some extra reward. 'May's natives arc diligent workers, anxious to help olhcrs get a fair plans seem to fit smoothly into place, making it easy to finish the workweek. Gather Wends for a pleasant evening. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Sscial contacts are more nu- ARIES (March 21-April Watch your spending, and the rest of this busy day takes care of itself. Creative than usual. Use new ideas for economy, interesting shortcuts. Something you say might inadvertently reveal a jects prosper. New ideas go secret. to use rather easily and (Sept. 23-Oct. out is the time to ask for in- TAURUS (April you have earned. Wind up your in mcthcds meet with leaving no loose ends. Your friends are all plans are not needed, but of bright ideas. should have a general (Oct. 23-Nov. of what you want the goes well as your drive davs and weeks to on strong. New ways of GEMINI (Hay 21-Jime tilings come from other Your morning is crowded strangers. S u r- extra people and the need to yourself with friends to- something special for GOREN ON BV CHARLES It. the eight and the queen IO1J73: BrTM Chicago Tfiaune! Both vulnerable. successfully finessed. Trumps were drawn in two pulls. Three rounds were cashed followed A the ace of spades. South adding egg shells; root beer Ovalline; breads, pancakes or waffle mixes, unless the labe states that they contain no egg; Bavarian cream; angel foot and sponge cake; meringue' macaroons and other cookies; such pie fillings as custard, lemon cream, coconut cream and pumpkin; blanc mange; ice creams and sherbets, unless made from mixes that do nol contain egg; sausage, meat loa: or noodles; salac dressings, unless known to be made without hollandaisc Nevr Landlord Act Effective September 15 WINNIPEG (CP) Exten- sive amendments to Manitoba's landlord and tenant laws, pass- ed at the last session of the legislature, will come into ef- fect Sept. 15, Consumer Affairs Minister Ben Hanuschak said today. However, one major provision of the amendments the ap- pointment of a rentalsman or aousing ombudsman will not come into effect until a later date'. Mr. Hansuchak said the facet of the new legislation calling for' the rentalsman to act as a mediator to arbitrate landlord- tenant disputes will be thor oughly studies before being pro- claimed. Under the act, landlords will no longer be able to seize ten- ants' furniture in default of rent, and no tenant will be re- quired to pay more than half a month's rent as a security de- posit. Also landlords cannot require post-dated cheques from a ten- ant for the duration of a lease, and except in emergencies, ten- ants must rece'ive 24 hours written notice before landlords can enter a rented premises. NOW AT FOREIGN CAR ami) LTD The New Datsun 1600; the car. This is Ihe lalcst edition of the runaway best-soiling Dat- sun. Datsun 1600. ll's got ihe same proven high perform- ance 96 hp overhead cam 100 mph engine that squeezes up to 35 miles from a gallon of The same advanced all-independent suspension thai irons out bumps. The same great handling. So what's new? A new dash with easier- to-read round instruments. More convenient heater de- froster controls, A buziinn steering lock that makes thfl cor theft-proof. A collapsible steering column that adds a greater margin of safety. A new grille. And now yc-u con also have a 3-spccd automatic in the sporty 2-doorl Choose your ?-door or deluxe 4-door or family wagon from o bunch of beautiful colours. If you're worried about parts and service, forget it, There are more than 200 Datsun dealers coost-io-coost ond o multi-million dollar stock of parts in Canada. Test drive ihe new Dofsun 1600 ot from '2345 F.O.B. IETHBRIDGE or buy one on a low deposit and monthly payments. p) FOREIGN CAR (LETH.) LTD. (formerly Mechanic! Salos) 3rd Avc antl llth St. 5. Phone 328-965T and tartar sauce; and alphabet soup, bouillon, broth or any soup cleared with egg shells. M a n y commercial candies made without eggs are brushed lightly mth egg while to give them luster. At the end of your egg-free period, eat a small portion of egg, especially the white, and see whether within two or three hours you have an attack of asthma or hives. Q I have a spot on my forearm that my doctor says is eczema. He prescribed an oint- ment but I now have similar spots all over my body. What causes this? Is there a cure for it? Can my children catch it from me? A True eczema is caused by an allergy to something you eat or come in direct contact with. The first step in treat- ment is to discover through skin tests and elimination diets what is causing it in your case, so that you can avoid it. Allergies are not contagious but your children could inherit a tend- ency to some form of allergy not necessarily eczema from you. Q Whenever I wear metal next to my skin, I break out. What causes this? A This contact dermatitis is caused by an individual sen- sitivity and is a form of allergy. Q My doctor says I have urticaria pigmentosa but that by the time I am 21 I won't have it. I hate to wait that long. What do you recommend? A This itching skin erup- tion rarely persists into adult life. Calamine lotion with phen- ol will relieve the itching and pyribenzamine by mouth often helps to clear up the pigmented spots. Teachers Stand Firm REGINA (CP) The Saskat- chewan Teachers' Federation today said local teacher negoti- ating teams no longer will meet with trustees in areas where parties have not reached at least tentative agreement on new contracts. The federation said it will act as bargaining agent for all teachers. "Teachers have been shown that locally-negotiated agreements cannot be imple- mented anyway, because of pro- v i n c i a 1 government interfer- it said. The teachers have threatened to take strike action if they can't get what they want at the bargaining table. The statement, issued by gen- eral secretary Dr. Stirling Mc- Dowell at a federation executive meeting here, came after teach- ers and trustees reached tenta- tive agreements in only two of :he province's 10 major bargain- ing areas. There are tentative agree- ments in Saskatoon and North Battleford. In Prince Albert, tnistees Tuesday night rejected a tentative agreement, claiming :hat it would have provided for a seven-per-cent increase. INSIST ON GUIDELINES Negotiations have been pro- ceeding, on and off, for the last 1! months, with the provincial government mainlining that Hiy scttlcrnenls must conform v i t h Six-percent guidelines. Most schools are due to open next Monday. The fall term began early in :he small communities of Siiau- navon and Hudson Bay and teachers, despite the lack of agreements covering those lo- calities, were on duty when the school bells rang in the new erm Wednesdav. '60INS TO MA LITTLE WHENEVER A CUSTOMER BWS A MASAZINE, W AU-WfS ASK HlMlFHE'SRMSTOWA LITTLE HOW READING TONI6HT MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Lnldman Youih Orchestra In Denmark COPENHAGEN, Denmark i (Reuters) Hie Canadian- sponsored world youth orches- tra gave its first concert Tues- day night. The musicians were recruited from Canada, the linilcd Slates, Eastern and Western Europe by American conductor Erich Lcindort IDONTWAMTiaj .BUTIDONTHWE A THING Of MY OWN! THST LOOKS LIKE FUN.. YonnJ BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker YOU BETTER MflXG IT UP TO HIM IN SOME WAV OR WE'LL BOTH BE SHlPPEP OUT TO WW-WHER6' OTTO, THE SENEPAL SAID you NIPPEP AT U'L AI Capp OFF TIME FORTH'WORLD'S FIRST PROTEST PIZZA- WHV YOU LOOK ON YOU WATCH? ON WON 1 STAV AN'LASHM'ROUND VJERETH WILDEST PIZZA AH VER ARCHIE-By Bob Montana ARE rrfe MOTHER'S TAKIN6 -iSHOOTlNS STICK'.' THAT CRAW HANDLE CANE TO I" OPENS INTO THE A STICK' IT'S- HI AND Dik I HIRED THS I THE STREET TO CUTOUR6RASS. jitBtLr TOWNS A BREAK SOOH? 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