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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IITHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SUNDAY, JUNE 10 Your birthday today: An abrupt break with the past is on the way, either in a main activity or perhaps just sym- bolically. Material affairs prosper in accord with your continuity of effort. Todays natives are prone to uncriti- cal enthusiasm, strong emo- tional attachments. ARIES (March 21 April Begin with those you really care about, organize a group, be visible in your expression of faith. TAURUS (April 20 May A review of your budgets, re- sources, habits, and blessings should bring a mood of satis- faction, thanksgiving. Perhaps you can help some older per- son. GEMINI (May 21 June Follow your appetite, inclina- tions for a pleasant Sunday. Travel is favored. Your per- suasive powers are near peak. CANCER (June 21 July Once you've done your share in the community's Sunday ob- servances, pursue social or ro- mantic projects. LEO (July 23 Aug. Sticking close to home base isn't the only idea. Explore, meet new people. Avoid heavy physical activity. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. A wide range of personal satis- faction is within reach but you have to make the effort. The family circle is lively. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. In a moment of personal tri- umph however fleeting a Today in history Captain Angus Walters, skipper of the fam-vs schooner Bluenose, was born 92 years ago today in Nova Scotia. First a fisherman, Captain Wal- ters took command of the Bluenose at age 40 and raced her against other east coast schooners until 1938. The ship was wrecked in the Caribbean while being used as a freighter during the Second World War, but the replica, Bluenose II, was launched in 1963 from the identical shipyard in Lunen- burg, N.S., where Captain Waiters lived until his death. first missile- submarine, George Wash- ington, was launcred in the United States. tornado killed 90 In Massachusetts. Premier Suzuki announced that Japan would fight to the last in the Second World War. Norwegian surrendered to the Germans during the Second World War. city of Hamil- ton. Ont, was incorporated. permanent change is wrought. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Inspiration, intuition guide you into fresh ways. Life can be richer using no more than you had at hand yesterday. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Expect nothing of your friends, but more of your ri- vals carry on with dignity. Good results follow. Be soci- able. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Experiment, be willing to co-operate with unfamiliar peo- ple. Don't be surprised at your own reorientation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Whether the quiet of this Sunday is dull or comfortable depends on your serenity. At- tend to the needs of those you cherish. PISCES (Feb. 19 March This promises to be a time for review of your social milieu, beginning with family. All rela- tionshps come to discussion. MONDAY, JUNE 11 Your birthday today: New work, heavier involvement in community or corporate en- deavors are probable. New contacts are not likely to de- velop into permanent rela- tionships. Today's natives are positive, persistent and cap- able of drastic actions. ARIES (March 21 April Finances and the papers re- lated to them need rearrange- ment. Be industrious and thoro. TAURUS (April 20 May Successful action is the day's keynote. Begin the week as tho it were your first in wherever you are. GEMIM (May 21 June Be self sufficient. Distant memories stir when you en- counter someone associated with them. Sidelines offer prof- its. CANCER (Jane 21 July Don't postpone anything of im- portance. Special attention to details, formalities, technical matters is essential. LEO (Julj 23 Aug. Not much happens, but what does take place today is generally pleasant and constructive. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Most activities you initiate can be helpful meeting enough people insures sufficient con- tacts for the future. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. A decision is made, either you must act and make it or your hesitation will permit others to do so. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. It's easier to make needed changes this Monday. Be can- did .definite, assert the truth. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Your intuition leads you thru a delicate situation. You must do difficult or unpleasant deeds for your friends. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. If it's past, let it be. Put your time and resources Into tresh enterprises. Trivial de-, tails elude consideration. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. .Your workweek starts quite well. Live up to your po------------ tentials by careful planning, I TUMBLEWIEDS-By Tern K. Ryan consistent diligence. Make deals flitter flutter flitter today. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Wherever you can, attend rou- tines yourself. Offer no advice until you're asked. It's a great week for new studies. (1973, The Chicago Tribune) Ask Andy Dating discoveries Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Julia Henderson, age 12, of Frank- lin, No. Carolina, for her ques- tion: How do archaeologists date their discoveries? Some people get carried away with the glamorous notion of radioactive dating. They as- sume that this is a simple test used by archaeologists to tag precise dates on their buried treasures. Not so. This method is neither simple nor precise. Most of the long tedious work is done by a series of compar- isons. Numerous details in each new find are compared with previous discoveries. These in- clude known geographical and geological events of the past, pollens and tree rings and oth- er known aspects of nature. Archaeologists, as we know, trace back the story of man- kind from fossils, artifacts and other remains left buried in the ground. The important job of dating each new find helps to place it where it belongs in the big picture. This tedious task is somewhat easier when the re- mains belonged to people who lived during the past years or so, which is the pe- riod of civilized history. Older remains from prehistoric times are more difficult to date. Most of the work is cross- Merger approved TORONTO (CP) Share-, broking operations as a result holders of Reed Shaw Osier I of the merger. Ltd. voted yesterday to approve a merger of the company with A. R. Stenhouse and Parners Ltd. of Glasgow, Scotland. Stenhouse shareholders rati- fied the proposed agreement at a meeting in Glasgow earlier. The merger, previously ap- proved by regulatory author- ities in Canada and the United Kingdom, becomes effective about mid-June and will be ret- roactive to Oct. 1, 1972. Reed Shaw Osier, largest Ca- nadian insurance brokerage and risk management firm, will be- come the holding company of the international insurance GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES H. GOREN im. Tire Tttkm WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 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