Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THI IFTHMIDO! HMAID JoturAty, May 30, YOUR HOROSCOPE SUNDAY, SLAY 31 Your birthdny today: Your. coming year includes three phrases: The early months bring better luck in material concerns, according to your talents and circumstances. Three months or so of experi- ments and changes which of- fer abundant opportunity lor gaining more knowledge of yourself and your potential. Finally, a consolidation phase. Todays' natives prove that mind can prevail over matter. ARIES (March 21 April Your mind is more important this Sunday than your muscles. Make full use of it as you arise early for your share of com- munity and family customs. TAURUS (April 20 May Support -isd enjoy the institu- tions of your local society. Make the rounds; see what pro- gress is under way in your neighborhood. GEMINI (May 21 June Physical exertion is not favor- ed, but mental and emotional stimuli abound. Life can be really enjoyable under today's conditions. A temptation to spend on trifles exists. CANCER (June SI July Dedicate your whole Sunday to the welfare and enjoyment of family and friends. Take them along on visits, or receive guests at home. LEO (July 23 Aug. So long as you are careful about money and Its impulsive use, this can be a memorable time. There is the fun of explor- ing an interesting encounter. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your expectations may bo ex- ceeded today. Wear your fa- vorite outfit, make an appear- ance early, inquire about your friends and their ventures. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You are free of spirit but not all those you care about may share your feeling of restless search. Use a little persuasion before you go off on your own. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. There is bound to be a bit of opposition to anything you pro- pose now, so just be patient and work it out. Otherwise, this is a d a y of pleasant expe- riences. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Hobbies, new clothes, crea- tive expressions, good humor, have (heir In your ac- tivities today. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your home and personal life promise to brighten up con- siderably today. Expand your activities without putting your- self to excessive physical exer- tion. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. 181: Take the morning off. Meditate on what you have achieved in life spiritually, and make a few resolutions. Then go out and see what the com- munity is up to. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Pleasure-seeking should not be allowed to involve unusual ex- penses this Sunday. Everything else seems in good order and reasonable balance. 1970, Newsday, Inc. MONDAY JUNE 1 Your birthday today: The coming year brings you room to grow in. Your per- sonal responsibilities become more specific, so it is more important than ever to know just what you really want to do about them. The general trend is toward prosperity. Poverty., Disease Linked OTTAWA (CP) Studies of low-income groups in Canada show a relationship between poverty and disease, the Cana- dian Medical Association, repre- senting more than physi- cians and surgeons, told the Se- nate poverty committee here. Child immunization was sig- nificantly lower in low-income families than among the well- to-do. Tuberculosis was found frequently among the poor al- though there had been a spec- tacular drop in deaths from the disease. The highest incidence of so- cial maladjustment was found among the poor and their emo- tional disturbance was often more serious than in other peo- ple. HI health and poverty were In- tertwined in dental care. A large segment of the Canadian poor got either no dental care or care only in an emergency. Lack education among the poor couW also make them sus- ceptible to accidents. Indian health statistics showed, for ex- ample, that the accident mortal- ity rate for Indians was four times the national rate. INFANT DEATHS HIGH As well, in 1968 the infant mortality rate for all Canadians was 21 per live births, 49 per for Indians and 89 per for Eskimos. That year 35 per cent of all Indian and 56 per cent of all Eskimo deaths occurred in children five years old aad1 under. Among Indians living off the reserve and in the younger age groups, mortality was much lower than their counterparts on reserves even though "Indians who have left the reserves live In urtes environments and on the rfsrsga have a much lower of living than their non-Isdian fellow citizens." The association between il health and poverty was pointe YOU KWOW7. Chic YonnJ THATSTHERRSr SOFTANO FUUFPY BALD HEAD tVEEVEK SEEN BEETLE Mort Walker ONE Of OUR GREAT NATURAL RESOURCES U'L ABNEK-By Al Capp THAT POOR BUM AlKSfe ME FOR A DIME, INSTEAD OF HOWTRUE I IS THE OLD GENTLEMEN HAVE BEEN FOLLCWIWG ME FOR BLOCKS, ADMIRING My CLOTHES- NODOUBW Bob Montlni oro you pur THIS EAS OP N MfO MARSHMAUOWS) HOT- HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browni mUAANDXHWE eerour. l AH UHDERSWONS. i SOWHSelVWrr AtSAIM TOMORFOrV, Ht? SHORT Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY YA LOOKS .LIKE A MILLION, FUDPSYl) I DON'T YOU IS TH'