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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - TNI UTHMIDOI HIRAID - Saturday, May H, 1*70 YOUR HOROSCOPE SUNDAY, MAY 17 Your birthday today: The coming year finds you enjoying the uhfoldment of your talents and potentials. Life is fairly calm at present amidst changing circumstances and customs. You have a great deal to accomplish, fresh ideas to absorb and do something about. Daily routines this year even develop some dramatic, satisfying quality. ARIES (March 21 - April 19): This busy Sunday brings you Intellect u a 1 stimulation and perhaps a little too much physical exertion. Close relatives and their doings become rather Important to keep track of. TAURUS (April 20  May 20): Keep your tendency for thrift alive as you go into an active and satisfying round of Sunday sociability. Visits made and received turn out well. GEMINI (May 21  June 20): Your energy comes on stronger than usual. Spend a bit more than budgeted, just to get the full enjoyment of special opportunity. Make an extra effort to share your feelings with those you love. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Your home and your neighborhood become the centre for a happy series of incidents. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): Your friends are full of interesting ideas; visiting with them may well take up most of the day. Find a quiet spot sometime in the afternoon for a moment of reflection. VIRGO (Aug. 23  Sept. 22): Material concerns are not for general discussion this Sunday. Relax and observe how the world turns about. There is much to learn and note for future reference, further investigation. LIBRA (Sept. 23  Oct. 22): Enjoy the relative calm before the busy expansion that comes tomorrow. Wear clothes that are most suited to your fashion tastes, and get out to enjoy friends whose ideas are In the same realm as yours. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21"): Make this a peaceful Sunday. Attend to personal, special rituals; meditate. Your associates are in a congenial mood and very helpful if you let them be. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Others lead the way for much of the day, but this should not bother you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22  Jan. 19): Give yourself a holiday from serious concerns. It is time to play a bit, renew old acquaintances, and compare notes. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): The people you meet now will include some of lasting emotional meaning in your experience. Get an early start; spend the whole day in exploration, discovery. Alberta Farmers Far In Arrears OTTAWA (CP) - Farmers in Alberta and British Columbia lead the country in "accounts in arrears" with the Federal Farm Credit Corp., the Commons agriculture committee was told Thursday. George Owen, corporation chairman, said that based on the amount in arrears as a percentage of the amount which fell due In the last year, Alberta and B.C. are the areas which gave the corporation most trouble in collecting payments. Other provinces followed in this order: Manitoba, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Quebec. A total of $10,600,000 was in arrears across Canada at the end of March, Mr Owen said. The total loan amount outstanding is $1,111,800,000. Mr .Owen said: "There are several factors why Alberta and Big Oil Find OSLO (Reuters) - Reserves of about 1,000,000,000 tons of commercially exploitable low sulphurous oil have been found In the Norwegian sector of the North Sea continental shelf, it was announced Wednesday. The find was made by the U.S. Phil ips Petroleum Co. ROUGH TRAVEL Laos has no paved roads, no railroad and few telephones. British Columbia are on top. They've been under a great deal of difficulty and weren't as well-established as other areas." The arrears occurred mainly in "pioneer areas" just opening up. Considerable lending was in the Peace River area where ' it takes a long time to get started." Mr Owen agreed with Richard R. South am (PC- Qu'Appelle-Moose Mountain) that perhaps farmer inability to sell products when they want to and the current tight federal fiscal policy had affected the corporation because there had been "a significant decrease in loan applications over the past two years." Mr. Southam said perhaps "because of the sad experience we had in the hungry '30s, people are reluctant to go head-over-heels into debt." Mr. Owen said one of the chief problems in making payments is that only so much production 'can be marketed and only so much income can be made." ' One way to get away from this would be to have larger farms and fewer farmers." The corporation tried to be as flexible as possible and if arrears arose from circumstances beyond a farmer's control, the corporation let them stand "for quite a while." "But if the man has made no effort to pay or talk to us or if it's obvious he isn't going to make a go of it then we start foreclosure quickly." THE ALBERTA SCHOOL TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT -COMMUNICATIONS DUTIES: To work under the general supervision of a senior staff officer In the area of communication* and Information services. To be editor of the Association's magazine and newsletter. To prepare press releases, brochures, and periodicals. To assume such other duties as assigned In order to promote the objectives of the Association In communications and related areas. QUALIFICATIONS: B.A. in journalism preferred but not essential. Equivalent training and/or experience will be considered. Skill in oral and written communications and acceptable human relation skills are essential. Must be self-Initiating, and able to work with a minimum of direction. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience within the starting range of $7,500-10,000 annually plus usual fringe benefits. Duties to commence July 1, 1970. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT -PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT DUTIES: To work In the Department of Education Services by assisting In the development of service programs for school boards. These programs include the administrative aspects of workshop and conference organization and production. QUALIFICATIONS: University graduate, B.Ed, or B.A. preferred but not essential. The successful applicant should be skilled In oral and written communication and be able to accept responsibility for specific assignments with a minimum of supervision. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience within the starting range of $7,500-10,000 annually plus usual fringe benefits. Duties to commence September 1, 1970. Apply in writing, before May 29, 1970, to: Dr. D. A. Girard, Executive Director, Alberta School Trustees Association, 10256 - 112 Street, Edmonton 12, Alberta. PISCES (Feb. 19  March M)t Home and family affairs are the most important activities this Sunday. Make a tour of inspection, see what can be changed and Improved, talk over plans to do something about it. 1970, Newsday, Inc. MONDAY, MAY 18 Your birthday today: This is the beginning of an expansive period of abundant energy, willingness to move onward and upward. The temptation occurs repeatedly to take on more than your resources indicate as feasible. Emotional experiences become more intense, but less obvious to the public eye. ARIES (March 21 -April 19): Be a bit wary about contracts, promises, documents today. The week has enormous potentials and should be approached with controlled enthusiasm, broad perspectives. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): You are spared new problems although personal matters are puzzling or inconvenient to work out. Expenses and purchase outlays come under great pressures to expand for beyond budget. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): Impulsive, sociable actions characterize your day. There's so much to get started, so many details of interest to talk about. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Friends and their concerns cause worry and take your attention away from your planned work. Romantic ventures run into somewhat more uncertain paths but can be kept going. LEO (July 23  Aug. 22): Your true friends are a little sensitive and you can easily say a bit too much. Aside from this, it's a very productive day in which to get new and interesting activities started. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Business ventures run into stiff going, perhaps even a temporary setback. Contacts must be checked thoroughly. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct 22): Money matters, the balance between expected earnings and expenses require serious attention. Small items are important to the oveaU picture. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Bring forward your capability for patience, persuasion, and diplomacy. People seem to be somewhat unwilling to make the best of the situation, and you can be of great help to all in getting through this phase. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Your activity slows down a bit, but that is no excuse to lose your enthusiasm. Put in a systematic effort, including more concentration on details. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): The coming events of today and tomorrow are better met by a conservative approach. Expansive moves in- YMCA Leader Urges Youth Movement OTTAWA (CP) - The na tlonal president of the Young Men's Christian Association wants "the over-sOs, like myself' to give up control of the organization. In his retiring statement to the organization, released yesterday, John J. Carson says that despite the apparent success of the movement, "we seem to be back-sliding in our primary purpose of working with young people." He noted that in 1948 the age group from IS to 29 comprised more than one-third of the Y's membership. By 1968 it had dropped to one-quarter. ' "The only effective course of action is giving our young people a real voice in the decisionmaking process of this movement." Mr. Carson, also chairman of the Public Service Commission of Canada, ends his term as YMCA national council presi dent at the organization's an nual meeting which starts here May 21. By Jeane Dixon ed a little too long and if you make them now, you over-do to a certain degree AQUARIUS (Jan. 29 - Feb. 18): Home conditions drift along fairly well, but there are changes you may not under* stand or welcome. PISCES (Feb. 19  March ft): You have a good chance now for rearrangements; reorganizing, simplifying the list of obligations you have to redeem. Refinancing is quite feasible and desirable for people forced outside their budgets by sudden events. 1970, Newsday, Inc. TUESDAY, MAY 19 Your birthday today: Innovation, the introduction of more detailed and exact systems and equipment distinguish the coming year in your career and productive efforts. Your home life comes into generally more enjoyable phase ot satisfaction, frith more frequent opportunity to spend time exploring your favorite subjects, inellec-tual interests. ARIES (March 21  April 19): Material considerations consume too much of your attention. Strive to save something for the spiritual concerns you must serve in order t evolve. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): After much discussion and all sides of current issues exam' ined, matters stand about where they were before the day started. It's a good workout and you should be proud of the soundness of your position. GEMINI (May 21  June 20): Surprising resistance shows up no matter what you are striving to produce. Press relatively trivial matters, attract the flurry of turmoil, then put im portant projects into motion in the moment of calm following. CANCER (June 21  July 22): Sudden extravagant whims beset you and others like you. Think twice and conserve your resources for better application later. LEO (July 23  Aug. 22): Strive for equilibrium between the pressures of home Hfe and work without bringing in outsiders, fellow wokers or bystanders. VIRGO (Aug 23  Sept. 22): Rise to the occasion and put together some very practical arid useful arrangements which make your existence more enjoyable for a long time to come, LIBRA (Sept. 23  Oct 22)i Carry responsibility for your own doings without letting anybody morrow either your money or your credit. Differences of opinion with those you care about are normal now and provide opportunity for further exploration of good qualities in relationship. SCORPIO (Oct 23  Nov. 21) Moderate your insistence on getting everything your way all at once. This only stirs resistance, and if you choose to compete, you risk establishing a conflict - game which hinders your long rang plans. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): If you are to make progress, you must go ahead quietly, while others talk endlessly and vociferously. Taking the trouble to answer in detail only involves you in detours and waste of energy. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 - Jan. 19): Some people are at a disadvantage m coping with your determination. Remember that you will need the co-operation of everybody later on, so discipline youself to follow constructive live-and-let-live lines. AQUARIUS (Jan 29  Feb. 18): Outside interests pull you out of your family circle for the time being. Do what you can to mainain contact with all your active interests. Almost any sort of a sudden incident, probably positive and useful in the long run, may happen in any of them. PISCES (Feb. 19  March 20) Long - ttrm questions come no nearer to resolution. Be patience personified while older people rehearse the script once again. Contracts and promises rquire thought and should depend only on your real wishes. 1970, Newsday, Inc. OTRWrWty.UHENHE com Amo,?A6om-n WPE Atf COQRIN6 P00K5J CAMPUS CLATTER-By Larry Lewis GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES*. GOREN 10 1171: by Tk� CHIOS* Trikml WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. l -Neither vulnerable, your partner has opened with one spade and you hold: #>JI043 What is your response? 0^.7-East-West vulnerable, as South you hold: AQ7S TO ME HERE/ IQ AND LOIS-By Dik BrewM SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal few y*/ BEComsKo] BUGS BUNNY I va say sylvester DIDN't I show up for th'job, ImR. schn0o6le? "VI n I dragged him out o' bed am' sent him on his way/ TWO hours ;