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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JIHBKIOGt HERALD Saluidoy, March 21, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY. MARCH 22 Your birthday loJav: Where jour life work is established and in good progress, the com- ing year will bring to do, many new connections for future rewards beyond the present normal earnings. Where you have not gotten started on a permanent voca- tion, the next nine months may be regarded as tempor- ary', with sufficient income to encourage you to keep trying. Then your'organizing talents finally'lind something solid to and you aie on your way up. AHIES (March 21-April 19) Consideration lor oihers is rnor Important than ever on a some- what tense Sunday. TAUIU'S (April 20-May 201 Yo-.i get the impression that is seeking some xciise to be unreasonably or break relationships, usl'be sure it's not your doing. CANCER (June 21-July your mind this Sunday much to observe and link over. Your home and fam- y are quite sensitive to any eglect, however temporary. l.KO (July 23-Aug. Your emptatioa today is unusual expenses arising from careless- ness or an unplanned extrava- gant gesture. VIKGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Strive to see the reason for the dans and moods of others; nake allowances. L1HRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Your own plans are subject tc Concentrate as much as possibl on tilings that you can do in dependents. Intended amuse- ments are somewhat spoiled b sensitivity or misunderstan ings. GEMINI (May 21-June 20 being Ihrust aside by the needs of others. Your partners ma. no! be quite ready to go on with things as Ihey are. SCOUPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov. 21) Prudence in avoiding overexer lion, fatigue becomes very im porlant. There is liltie pieasur pursuing social matters lis Sunday. Spend some time i medilalioa. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Your home is an area et onie disagreement today. It is p to you whether it is to build do il. For at least the first nine months, it is advisable not to complicate mailers by trying to bring exlra people along with you for sentiment- al reasons. AltlES (March 2I-April pass as gocd week is opening up! M Associates have their own ideas CAPRICORN (Dfc. 22-Jan. about what is to be done and Prepare to encounter im- how to organize it. Too deter patience and criticism Ihis Sun- milicd a push horn you TO e day from people you haven't even-body s time and efforl- seen for a while or have neg- ected. AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Ffb. Creative work is favored, once have done Ihe amenities TAURUS (April 20-May special co-operation lhe eected (Feb. B amemuus j----- n- community. work done efficiently on your track your ovvn plans. MONDAY, MARCH 23 Your birthday today: The thing of consequence. In all mat ters assume impersonal intei Lest rather lhan emotional o! challenge this year is lo choose your own path, probably the longest way around. Public allention arid corccrn is pos- Chamber Head Tells Plight Of Alberta's Rural Areas EDMONTON' (CP) The plight o! rural communities in Alberta should be of concern to Edmonton ar.d Calgary be- cause they will eventually pay for moving many rural dwell- ers lo tlie cities, lhe president of the Alberta Chamber of Commerce said here. Ed Polanski of Athabasca told an Edn-.onlon Chamber of Commerce meeting provincial statistics show immigration to Alberta is usually about one- Ihird of one per cent a year. CANt'KK (June 21-July 22) Arouse yourself; put a majo [effort into your vocalion. See ablewerwhatandrww jou OJ? agreement from powerful interests. LEO (July 23-Aug. Tr- early hours are cheerful, favo able for liavels, shopping, co respondence and pulling you work in order. Evening lira personal matters suffering dis traction. VIKGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22 Group activity particularly joint- ,ly held funds, arc especially Most of the migration is to sensitive today. Bring in skill- Edmonton or Calgary. ed consultants, experts. Depopulation of the farming (Sept. 23-Ocl. 22 ljl.puimiauu.1 ___------a carecr qmte A-MCL'S CLATTER-By Liny Ltwii SOOMKSOHVIlLfcU. MillteDVS-Wfi Chic Young Bell-Bottoms Go 17 i The sailors' reaction con- IKllSeS trasled sharply vvilh the hostile Few Groans By CY FOX LONDON (CP) News that the Royal Navy may soon shed its (rusty bell-bottom trousers in favor of gear more in lir.e vvilh modern needs has raised sur- prisingly f' w groans fiom Brit- ain's tar population despite the legwear's long association vvilh the service. rumbles of discontent there have been have come mainly the old-salt ele- ment, notably a retired admira who once was Britain's first sea lord. There may be regrets, too irnorig the girls who tradition ally have loved sailors for th quaint-looking uniforms stane ard with the navy for 113 years But first indications are (ha Royal Navy ratings are glad, o grounds of comfort and pracU cality, at their prospectiv adoption of less eye-catching en sembles. reception some of them gave to e recent announconisnt that heir cherished tol of rum will abolished next Seplember. POLLED Dr. David Owen, undersecre- areas has an obvious adverse effect on small busines- ses, he said, and "over-urbani- zalion" of tlie larger cities im- poses extra cos Is on lhe bigger cities. These problems "touch you and 1 close lo our hearts- right in our pocketboola." Mr. Polanski, a businessman and former mayor of Atha- basca, said rural residents and businessmen are locked into a depreciating situation. Land values were dropping, but Iwcausc there are fewer people to carry the debenture debt load costs were going up. "Over urbanization of ou" HKETLE Mort Walker ary of the navy, says a survey 2.COO ratings last year led lhe avy to decide on trying out cw" uniforms, probably in 1971. These outfits will feature, mong olher innovations, linuned trousers vrilh verlical reascs. Fleet trials o! lhe uniforms arc likely lo lake about a year o complete, Owen said. On shore, naval ralings proba- bly will sport uniforms similar o'lhoso currently worn by petty jack- major cilies is detrimenlal not only to Ihe rural areas on which cities feed but also to the cities themselves. The increas ed cosls in both economic social terms will have to be borne by Ihe urban dweller." AFFLUENCE KILLED IT MADISON', (AP) Thi death of a valuable six-year-ol els, slim trousers and collar and "e. The move, if it materializes on a permanent basis, would be a British counterpart lo the Ca- No Shortage Of Teachers In Alhcrla (CP Alber- ta no longer has an acute short- age of teachers, although there may be shortages in special fields, Education Minister Rob- ert Claik told the legislature. Replying to V.'erry (PC- Calgary Bowness, Mr. Clark said school boards r.o-.v "have cnouEh teacher applications lo be able In do some picking and choosing." Mr. drew attention I the annual report of the Alber la Universities Commissio which showed there were students enrolled in education during 1007-K) compared with during 1S68-CS. Of lhe degrees awarded In were bacnclors of education, Mr. Werry said. He suggesled lhe education dcparlmcnl consider offering specific assistance in other fields where Ihc supply of grad- uates is not large. nadian navy's shift from bell bottom Irousers, part oi the change lo the unified-scniccs uniform now under way in Can ada. An 13-year-old radio elecbrica mechanic aboard the British frigate Ajax welcomed the like- ihood of a new Iro'Jser slyle for ie Royal Navy. CALLED 'AWKWARD' bolloms are uncomforl able and awkward to said mechanic Harry Slringer. However, Lord Fraser o rhea ostrich at the Milwaukee County zoo was blamed cm vis ore who enjoyed watching th Irich gobble up various ilem rrown at it. An autopsy turne I wo quarters, two dimes, tw ckels, 27 pennies, two washer nd a perfume bottle. well, although you wind up any negotialions vrilh authority vvilh considerable more oblig alien than you bargained for. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Apply exlra knowledge lo your work for good results. People power lend to be amicable; eighbors, fellow workers tense r.d irritable. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Today is not a very exub- rant one, but a great deal oi ound productive results can oe obtained by steady effort. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Allow for sensitive mem- oers of the family ar-d a tem- orary squall in their emotional evelopment. There is probably more correspondence than you can conveniently har.dle. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Ventures based on emotional reasons are better postponed. Your entrance in community af- airs and issues is favored; speak up where you can be leard. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Conferences vvilh important peo- ple may bring you very valu- Norlh Cape, a retired admira of the licet who was first se ord from MIS to 1951, fell dif ercnlly. "A pily to change things mor than the 82-year-ol Fraser said. Sir Casper John, a formi first sea lord and a son (if tl late painter Augustus ,'onn, r maikcd on how slowly lhe nav alters ways. John, who saw MTvice In Can .lib during and after the Seeor World V.'ar, cited lhe long su rival of sea-going instilulio like the mm ration and t present uniform. "The navy's rather a difficult thing to he said. "It's gol U'L Al Capp REAlKB I'M NOT ASA'N'ST PISSENT ACTUALLY I I'M FOR able insight into financial mat- ters. Loved ones seem indiffer- ent or contrary. LOT OF MONEY Americans spent about oa console organs in THE US.A. FORGOTTEN ABOUT IT- BUTSO, FORTUHATEM, YOU WANT ME TO BUY COULDN'T VOU FIND SOMETHING NICER.? GOREN ON BRIDGE Sonlli West BY CHARLES II. .GOREN Hit: H nt WEEKLY. BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 1-As South, vulcerabie, you hold: Thebiddinghasproceeded: Eoatb Korth East If JO Pass rail F'U J Whrt do you bid nowt q. Both vulnerabls, you hold: The bidding bis proceeded: North East Sontb West 1 0 Fill 1 Fas 1 Pus What do you bid mwT Q. As South, vulnerable, vou hold: North 2 East do you bid now? Q. vulnerab'a, as South you hold: 4AKQIO