Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 _ THE IETHBRIDGS HERALD Saturday, July 4, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE SUNDAY, JULY 5 Your birthday today: Your strongly emotional natu r e supplies your drive to more meaningful friendships a 11 through the year. Where ro- mantic ventures are already started, they come on strong- ly, perhaps to crisis; where you have none going, several possibilities arise. Your life runs fairly steadily despite many noisy changes, particu- larly in September and Oc- tober. Today's natives tend Bald Eagles Face Death WASHINGTON (AP) The bald eagle, already threatened by pesticides, apparently faces another man-made danger of poisoning from mercury com- pounds, the. interior department said today. Scientists at wildlife re- acienubW) at- a search centre near Laurel, Md., said two eagle bodies found ir Minnesota contained letha' amounts of mercury, and twc others from W i s c o n s in hac smaller mercury contents. Director Eugene Dustman said the eagles apparently are abosrbing mercury fish they eat. from the Mercury contamination of the Great Lakes already is under investigation. Industries in Can ada deposit an estimated pounds of mercury into the Great Lakes each year, while industries on the United States side may add more than pounds a year, the interior de- partment said. Mercury and other heavj metals sink to the stream ani lake bottoms where they ma; remain for perhaps 50 to IOC years. to be easy going but steady workers with a thirst for knowledge. ARIES (March 21 April Unusual conditions are par for this Sunday. Your creative ac- ivity promises an abfupt breakthrough. Romance ar- rives suddenly where'least ex- pected. TAURUS (April 20 May Home life comes on with a luxurious overtone. Devise new angles in your hobbies. Health measures are more readily undertaken. Invite friends to share your evening. GEMINI (May 21 June Close relatives have all sorts of news. Introductions now lead perhaps to lasting cooperation. You learn more by using fewer but more searching questions. CANCER (June 21 July Skip some of the public rou- tines and favor your home af- fairs. Relax, yet make a long and productive day of it, in- cluding plans for the future. LEO (July 23 Aug. You are fairly free to do as you please. Think of some creative business in which you can de- velop a new idea. Short jour- neys, time with relatives bring satisfaction. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Seek pursuits which require little energy and where you have been remiss lately. Char- itable work, religious activity are strongly favored. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You are an escapist this Sun- day so use your imagina- tion. Social contacts turn out to be exceptionally interesting. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Oct. Aside from some probable minor surprises, this Sunday will give you no special prob- lem. Get an early start and in dulge in your usual weekera activities. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dee The temptation is to share the whole day in plensant pastimes with friends. Take ome time out for reflection. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Serious details now almost certainly require change of di- 'ection. There is a financial angle to be followed up. _The evening is for planning and re- search. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Anything you do today Small Towns May Lose Drug Stores OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister Edgar Benson's white paper proposals to revise the In- borne Tax Act could be so dis- couraging to pharmacists that many small communities might Joee their drug stores, the Cana- dian Pharmaceutical Associa- tion Kays. In briefs to the Senate and Commons committees studying the white paper proposals, the association commended many features of Mr. Benson's plan. But it said higher personal in- come taxes will affect druggists whose average incomes are light in the brackets to be raised most The white paper also discon- tinues tax preferences for small businesses, making it more dif- ficult for independent drug stores to compete with the big chains, the brief said. "Instead creating a more equitable atmosphere of eco- nomic equality, certain of the proposals, if activated in law, will produce almost intolerable pressures, the resultant impact of which may well destroy ac ceptable business practices and remove professionally renders pharmaceutical services from many of Canada's widespread communities sential. LIBRA (Sept. 23 leeds a novel approach. It all jromises to be quite interest- ng. Serious study, prayer fit well into the evening. PISCES (Feb. 19 March "few insights into the reasons your friends and neighbors do :hings can make your life more rewarding. Find time in the evening for meditation. MONDAY, JULY 6 Your birthday today: You now begin a search for bet- ter expression of your talents. A natural tendency toward doing more than talking is offset by self-training in dra- matizing issues; your skills in politics improve. Life takes on a more poignant quality. It is a period of p o s i t i v e growth. Today's natives make faithful agents and custo-' dians. They have great en- ergy and strong feelings. ARIES (March 21 April Open the week with normal routines and a definite plan for 3'our work. Beginning early i; helpful as things probably don't start out smoothly. TAURUS (April 20 May Today may see an importanl meeting of minds; try to com municate clearly. Family anle and their troubles can be juite expensive for the mo- ment. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Jusiness contacts work out smoothly, while personal ers tend to be hindered. Your career needs your complete concentration. Catch up with record-keeping. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Aside from your im- patience with chores the day is jrodiictive. The later hours spe- cially favor bids for advance- ment, sentimental ventures. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Your attitudes are impor- :ant to people around you, so let your, feelings show. Chil- dren, yours or others, require your personal attention. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. You get your way more easily by letting people figure it out for themselves. Family progress is better than 'you think. Let well enough alone this evening. PISCES (Feb. 19-March There is somebody in your path for whom you must wait or work around. Considerably more help is at hand if you will give people time to react Town Eos Biffy Problem BOWSMAN, Man. (CP) There's still no relief in sight for astronauts landing on the moon. Bowsman, a tiny commun- ity in northwestern Manitoba, had planned to launch a spacecraft to the moon yesterday, carrying relief in the form of the town's last outdoor biffy. The town's entry into the space race was postponed, however, by the one problem even Cape Kennedy can't S0lv6_the weather. When the early-morning rains came down, the biffy couldn't go up. H. A. Caughlin, mayor of the town, says no reschedule plans have been made, leav- 50UTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CALGARY, ALBERTA SHEET METAL MECHANICS INSTRUCTOR V ,hop demonstrotlon.'lo Sheet M.tal Mechanic in various years of their training in such sublets as: Pat- tern Development, Shop Practices and Blue Print Reading. Applicants should have Journeyman Certification at a Sheet Metal Mechanic and industrial experience. A permanent ap- pointment moy be available August, 1971. Competition No. 5501-C-45. Closes July 14, 1970. SALARY: Commencing salary will be determined by qualifi- cations and experience. TRAINING: An Instructor In-Service Education Course (includ- ing orientation) is arranged for instructors who do not have a teaching certificate. GENERAL: Instructors at the Institute enioy approximately two months vacation leave each year and other benefits in- cluding Pension Plan, Life Insurance Plan, and Medical and Hospital Plans. Enquiries, correspondence and applications to: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Personnel Adminislrotion Office Room John J. Bowlen Building 620 7th Avenuo S.VY. CALGARY 2, Alberta. ing Bowsman with a problem: to do with one two-seat biffy? It was the second time the town failed in its efforts to join the space race. The bif- fy-tamed-spacecraft blew up on its launching pad on New Year's eve. Tie town gained interna- tional fame in Canada's Cen- tennial Year, 1967, when it staged a giant bonfire, burn- ing nearly all its outdoor bif- fies to celebrate its new water and sewage system. Keep at it! 1970, Newsday, Inc. Wage Dispute Chairman Requested CALGARY (CP) The pro- vincial government has been asked to appoint an arbitration board chairman in a wage dis pute between police and th city. The government appoint ment was requested after bot] sides were unable to agree on a chairman for the five-ma: board. ArbitraSon became neces sary fpr the first time in 1 years when the city rejected conciliation board recom mendation of an 11.6-per-cen wage increase on a one-year contract. Wages for a first-class con stable now are a moot and police have asked for an increase of 20 per cent. Negotiations s t a r t ed fiv months ago. Treasury Bills OTTAWA (CP) New 91-da Government of Canada treasur biUs auctioned Thursday at an average pric and yield of 98.542 and 5.94 per cent. Last week, 91-day, 98.541 and 5.94 per cen 182-day: at 9T.13 and 5.95 per cent. Last weel 181-day, 97.118 an 5.98 per cent. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN to ma: fcr Tht Cliicife Tribuiwl WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ d. l-With both sides vuN South you hold: 463 VAQ1095 CAQ10 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 V 14 20 T What do you bid now? Q. I-As South, vulnerable, you hold: 4J 4AIOS4J The bidding has proceeded: Nortt East Swtlj West 14 2 Fui 2 7 t What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, us South you hold: 4A8.1 OIOG 4J7J3Z The bidding has proceeded: South West North Eist JPasi Pass INT Flit t What do you bid now! Q. South, vulnerable, vou hold: 4.17653 WKQ8B4 The bidding has proceeded: Vest North East South Pass 1O IV. Pass Piss Pass What do yon bid now? Q. 5-BoUr vulnerable, 81 South you hold: 48 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 14 Fasi fast 24 Fill t What do you bid BOW! Q. rateable, u South you hold: 4Q10 WK32 OKQJ97 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East J 0 Pass 14 Paw t What do you bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 47 C WLKS5J OAQ38 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West Pass Pass 1 Fast 4 V Pass 7 What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AJ1087S 06 bidding has proceeded: East Sooth Whit da youjiid? answers Mondavi You're entitled to a hundred cents for your dollar. We try and see you get a little bit more. Like a nice healthy 6V on Royal Trust Savings Accounts. Our Savings Accounts generate a little more muscle power for your money. They let you save. And they Jet you spend. With no confusion, no hang-ups. You know exactly where you're at. A straight Savings Account gives you a hefty 6-H payable semi-annually. And with a Chequing Account, you can write all the cheques you want, free. Coming in or going out, we make your money go just that much further. Drop in at your local Royal Trust odice and let's talk about it. Assels under administration, over billion, Wtmtxt. Cifi'if Dfdit Tiwrtinft CwpnUW 'HEREIAMAT THEWSVHIU, PUWfiWWAKW TO AtAKE KH MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman SOOOOTH HE I'M MORE HUNG UP THAN I THOUGHT! IDONT UNDERSTAND THE YOUNGS? 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