Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thur�doy, November 19, 1970 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 3J Your horoscope FRIDAY, NOV. 20 Your birthday today: This coming year will test and reward your ability to take on a challenging vocational spot. Varied crisis conditions are scattered along the way, probably never more than one real problem at a time. You also have some periods of waiting. Ties of affection go on trial, too;, make sure you are well understood. Today's natives like to take things as they come, seriously and painstakingly. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Start early; assume everything needs to be checked. By end of day you realize that events have made a change of direction. Give your unconscious overnight to absorb it all. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Your daydreams lead you into plans which tomorrow may seem unworkable. Nothing is lost and much beauty is experienced, but get something real done, too. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): Do what you can, but last-minute work details are almost certain, and some must carry over. Asking for favors is premature now - wait for a more receptive benefactor. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Get & secend opinion on any-tn'v.- not thoroughly familiar- : c , situations arise confusingly. Tmptifse buying, unless it's sotre'Jniitf long planned for, only upsei.? your budget. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): How you feel counts more than how much material change you stir up. You are on your own now with some pressures to- ward promises you may not be able to fulfill. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): People with power are hard to deal with now. Set forth your story in standard terms; think how it appears to others. Tact with family matters is essential. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): Friends and finances still do not mix well. Be clear in your statements. Start early, quit early, allowing for unsettled conditions in the late hours. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Watch what you say since it is so easy to blurt out some exaggeration in a moment of annoyance. Today's work has many-sided details to cope with. Reflect on whatever errors you have made. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. 21): Like everybody else, you want and need more than is convenient. Find the resilience to keep a balance. The evening hours may be unsatisfactory- be patient. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): Your own course of action differs from that of others. Their reasons are difficult to understand. Take it on faith that they have cause. ACQUARIUS (J a n. 20 - Feb. By Jeane Dixon 18): A few systems for doing routines may be upset. Items not amenable to standard handling comes up, probably with great urgency. Do the best you can. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): There is no substitute for integrity and quality. State your views and needs directly, then go on with your work. Let the weekend begin on the most peaceful note. 1970, Newsday, Inc. PEANUTS ^6000 6RIEF, iw freezing ID DEATH ,~A $130,000 loan for housing OTTAWA (CP) - Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced here approval of a $130,000 loan to the Delta Kappa Epsilon House Association in Edmonton for housing accommodation for 50 students. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. VD? Trust your doctor to help, not judge you R-f-HI 'THE BATTERS IN MY ELECTRIC 5GCK5 HAS 60NE DEAD-. LANCELOT-By Coker & Penn /A arrrtozz to ths ric&ht, \ ' MUCH. SACKTiPTHeLePTV' l a bit. y-^rr m GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN tc W0: lir The Chie�j� Tribunal Neither vulnerable. West deals. NORTH 4 A Q5 . spokesman for the association said demands include a minimum starting salary of $348 a month for any position in the Spedal Offer 15% DISCOUNT on Pre-Built Homes This is how it works: You prepare your foundation or basemen! prior to delivery, or a tub-trade can be arranged to perform this service. Select the size and floor plan from an olmoit limitless variety available. Your home is delivered in two basic sections complete with wiring, plumbing, kitchen cabinets completed to the smallest possible detail, ready for occupancy after a small amount of on-site work. HOUSE PACKAGES ARE NOW AVAILABLE Pick the style you like or we'll us* one of your own plans. FINANCING AVAILABLE DESIGNED FOR THE "DO IT YOUR-SELFER" SAVINGS UP TO 40% COMPARED WITH CONVENTIONAL METHODS DOWN BUILDS ANEW departmental service - the lowest salary now is S268 - the introduction of a 35-hour work week and automatic membership in the association. The association is also asking for each employee to jump two notches on the salary scales now in existence. This would give some workers more than 10 per cent and some less. 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I PLAN TO BUILD THIS YEAR ? NEXT YEAR a I HAVE FINANCING D REQUIRE FINANCING O a* NAME.....................ADDRESS.................... PHONE TOWN...............PROV. Anglican church contributes to Pakistan fund TORONTO (CP) - The Anglican Church of Canada an noumced Wednesday it has allocated $10,000 to assist survivors of the cyclone and floods in East Pakistan. The money comes from the Primate's World Relief and De-velopment Fund. Various church diocese, have launched special fund-raising projects for assistance to East Pakistan. Three cleared under war act AYLMER, Que. (CP) -Three university students charged under the War Measures Act were acquitted in court here by Judge James Millar. Arrested Oct. 17 on a charge of discharging firearms, the day after the proclamation of the act by the federal government, were Thomas Gordon Dolan, 20, Laura Maud Dotal, 20, and Charles Felder Suddutch, 25, all residents of Ottawa and students at Carleton University. Judge Millar said there was no proof that any of the accused had actually discharged the firearms found in a routine police check of their car, which included rifles and ammunition. All three students pleaded not guilty. They were detained for a week under the act and released on bail after the charges were laid. Aylmer is seven miles northwest of Ottawa. DRESS SOON To prevent tainting of meat, game should be dressed immediately after killing. LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BY ROYAL PROCLAMATION... FOR SERVICES TO TiAB CROWN. ' BUGS BUNNY smooth out those wough SPOTS ... GBT THAT CWACK OVER THERE.