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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Juno SO, 1970 10 SUNDAY, JUNK 21 Your birthday May. The Sun leavos Gemini behind and enters Cancer at P.M. Eastern Daylight Time. Ba- bies bom today before tins minute are Geminians, while those born later are Caii- ccrians. In oilier years the hour and minute of changing signs is different. Both Gem- ini and Cancer natives will find definite chances tin's year to make money, not so much in new ventures 83 in stream- lined, more effective versions of what is already started. To- day's natives are shrewd ob- servers, sympathetic, usually at ease in public places. ARIES (March 21 April Matters of personal relation- ship are not favored. Aside frcm this one sensitive area, this will be a pleasant Sunday. Pause for prayer this evening. TAURUS (April 20 May People do things contrary to your planning. Pick up the pieces and go on in good hu- mor. Sketch out future work plans. GEMINI (May 21 June Take part in the community ex- pression of faith. Be a tourist in your own neighborhood so that you see it from a new view- Let your loved ones know your feelings. CANCER (June 21 July Home life brightens up the Sun- day. Don't expect too much from anybody; give everybody a good word or something con- strutive to do. LEO (July 23 Aug. Your ideas run into onflict with your situation. If you con- centrate on things that can be done in solitude, some of the tension is evaded. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. This should be an average sort of Sunday. Do what is expected of you with casual humor. Do nothing, however, to the point that it becomes fatiguing. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. This generally happy Staday of home enjoyment has a brief squall due to somebody's con- trary feelings. A small sur- prise is in store, too. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. The entire day is more event- ful than planned. Start early to allow for unsought opportun- ities and last minute changes of direction. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Ucc. There are many people to meet Belated errands are also part of the agenda. Bad habits are subject to ready changes for the better. CAPRICORN (Dc. 22 Jan. This is a multilaceted Sun- day in which you can do both pleasant socializing and some- thing that builds goodwill for your favorite charity. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Somebody near you resists your plans. You might bring the doubter along to join in the fun. Many interesting acquain- tances are met en route. PISCES (Feb. Ill March Spend a quiet day as nearly alone as you can. Whatever ac- tivities yon do engage in should be kept impersonal. Retire early. 1970, Ncwsday, Inc. MONDAY, JUNE 22 Your birthday today: An event filled year opens in which every expansive move needs to be balanced by some saving in time and money. By year's end your habits will have changed a little at a time into entirely diff e r e n t forms. Today's natives are usually rather cautious, a- By HAROLD MORRISON LONDON (CP) How long can Ted Heath survive with a small margin? Eric L u b b o c k, Toronto- raised Liberal who lost his seat in Orpington, Kent, in the big election upset, figures Heath will be forced into an- other election fight within six months. But Anthony Barber, Tory party strategist who master- minded Heath's campaign, maintains that the party is more unified than any other group hi a tight spot and that Heath can hope to govern for a full term. A great deal will depend on how controversial his politics will be. One major Tory pledge is to reform Britain's unruly unions and to turn wage deals into legal con- tracts. WANTS ECM ENTRY Another strong Heath goal is to lead Britain into the Eu- ropean Common Market, de- GOBEN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN te T77DI By The CMMgo TribBMJ WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 1-As South, vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: South West NortK East 14 Pass Pass 10 Wiat do you bid now? Q. 2-Both vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AIOS6 OT5 Tie bidding has proceeded: North East South West It, Pass INT Wlat do you bid nowt Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: <9AJ8 OKQ8 8 71 The bidding has proceeded: Soutb West North East Pass "Pass INT Pass 2 NT Pass mat action do yon tote? Q. 4-As South, vulnerabte, you hold: WVK74 OS The bidding has proceeded: South West North East Pass action do yon take? Q. vulnerable, and as South you hold: tfKQ93 OJ4 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East Pass IS? What action do you lake? Q. 6-East-West vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AK643 <3A4 010642 The bidding has proceeded: East South West North Pass Pass What action do you take? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: diK54 OK8 The bidding has proceeded: North East South K? What action do you take? Q. vulnerable and as South you AA4 10953 OA93 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West Pass Pass 1V Dble. Pass Pass Pass Pass 2 Pass 2 NT Pass What action do you take? flooS Monday] spite indications that the Com- mon Market is becoming un- popular among a lot of Brit- ons who feel the entry fee is too high. Some Tory moderates hope that Heath will soft-pedal his union-reform ideas, fearing that a direct clash with pow- erful union leaders may cause great industrial unrest at a time when the country needs every ounce of production to keep vital exports moving. As for joining the Common Market, Heath has made clear he'll watch the entry price. With negotiations likely to continue for a year or more, the membership issue may be submerged by more immediate problems. "He will go flat nut for eco- nomic growth which for years has been almost a stranger to the British says the Tory-supporting Daily Tele- graph. PROBLEMS AHEAD Yet Heath is likely to face many tests and many prob- lems. Some critics within his own party embarrassed his election campaign. The most dramatic and controversial was Wolverhampton MP Enoch Powell. He openly and aeidely attacked Heath for casting him out of the parly's inner circles because of Pow- ell's campaign against nan- white immigration. But while Powell piled up a huge majority in his Wolver- hampton constituency, his im- medate reaction to the pros- pect of a Heath victory was to moderate his criticism and to argue that he had made only one mild foray against his leader. Heath had pledged to keep Powell out of a Tory cabinet and it is likely that Powell will have to cool his heels on Tory backseats although he maintained that his outcry against non-white immigrants tended to attract Tory votes from Labor ranks. By Jeane Dixoui qaisitive people who hold their own in the glare of pub- li situations. AUIUS (March 21 April Money is a serious con c e r n. Don't gamble or speculate with anything belonging to somebody else. Have the courage to dif- don't lose real friends i taking a stance. TAUKUS (April 21) May The week opens slowly, and it may seem there's more to do than can be handled. Do the im- portant things first and don't fret things left undone. GEMINI (May 21 June Count your blessings; concen- trate on the good things. Make alternate plans for the this breaks tiie circular pattern of old worries. CANCER (June 21 July You are troubled by fam i 1 y matters, yet there really is lit- tle you can do. Occupy yourself with those things you can do something about. LEO (July 23 Aug. Con- sultations with experts show you something helpful but in- Onvenient. You can attract fi- nancial support for big projects. Take little for granted. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Today promises to be fairly pro- ductive but unexciting. Rela- tives and in laws have prob- lems. Advise, but don't involve yourself. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Purchases should be restricted to necessities. Money you share with others can be a puzzle. Shocking stories arise from questionable sources. Let intui- tion lead the wav. SCOIiPIO (Oct. 23 No. Things begun today are likely to take a long time to complete. Stick to unfinished work. Prop erty transactions are not favor- ed, may enounter delays. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Prepare for a long uphill day. Pace yourself to avoid un- due fatigue. Offer few com- ments, as most of what you say will be taken in ways you don'i intend. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan, Higher outlays occur Ulan you had planned for. Bring your plans into effect step by step. You can attract important col- laboration later. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Personal wishes conflict with family affairs taking time you had allocated to some- thing else. Keep in mind your longer-range goals. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Abandon some neglected pro- jets, get something else finish- ed. There are plenty of bids for your charity. Give no more tnan you can comfortably manage. 1970, Newsday, Inc. SHOW MAKES PROFIT TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian National Sportsmen's Show had a net profit of for the year ended April 30, 1970. President T. D. Birchall, an- nounced Thursday the amount will be distributed to conserva- tion programs in Canada. Boll, Bat Regular pries 0.95. Only with four boltle caps from Mountain Dew Get details in cartons of Mounlain Dew at your favourite store now! CHINOOK BOTTIING LTD. LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Argentina Has New President BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) B r i g .-G e n. Roberto Marcelo Levingston takes over today as president of Argentina. The 50-year-old army officer was appointed Saturday by the three-man military junta of armed forces commanders who seized power June 8 after oust- ing President Juan Carlos On- gania. Although the new president will not have the free hand en- joyed by Ongania and will have to share power with the junta, he was expected to have a major say in the line his gov- ernment will take. The junta pledged to return the country to constitutional rule, nonexistent in Argentina since a military coup toppled elected President Arturo Illia in June, 1966, and put Ongania in power. The junta said a democratic and representative government would be installed within a "reasonable" time-limit, which informed sources said would be between three and five years. LARGE FISH One type of octopus, the Pacif- ic devilfish, grows as large as 28 feet across. The in their SFirsteMovieJ Wanted Charlie'Brown" A MflCKU. KNOW. BatBK KLUSt A ctxrtR rivs NEXT ATTRACTION College Cinema MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS DAY AFTER DAY..... THE SAME OLD GRIND.... GET THE MEALS, FEED THE FAMILY. WASH THE CUBS. iNOT fW TORE...... I HIT BOTTOM YEARS AGO. Chic Young EETTY SAVS TO TE'_L YOU I LEFT TEN MINUTES BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker HE CALLEP ME A CHICKEN UVEPEP, MAMA'S WAS A 0ELU6ERENT, ANTISOCIAL, MOLD IT.' HOLP IT; WHAT'S AU. THE LI'L Al Capp epWlEHOW-l'M MO LONGER OTHER OME IS FROM MARVARP MEDICAL. SCKCCL By Bob Montana NOW, ALL (THOSE OPPOSED? U RULES, MY WE AU. HAVE TO LIVE BY 1 THEM RULES THE RULE.' PUT IT TO A VOTE WHY HOULD AREW'T ALLOWED ATELL ME UONS HOW IT BE FAIR HAIR OULD BE' YOU RE A GOOD TEACHER... BUT.... .WELL.. .1 WHY? .YOU'LL HAVE TO CUT YOUR HAIR HI AND Dik Browne 6OT UP IM TOE DARK TO OPEN A WINDOW AND FOUND A "U.L.O." HOW DID V2U HURT 10UR FOOT. HI? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal I SHOULD O' LET HIM WIN ONE GAME! WE'RE NOT SONNA EAT DINNER FES HALF AN'HOUR! HOW'LL WE SPENP THE TIME THAT'S SIX STRAIGHT VOU'VE BEATEN ME! I QUIT! ;