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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERA1D Saturday, October 1, 1971 Your horoscope By Dixon tent eiion on vour pan, HiiRii immwemenl in vour own. i twcen other people over mat-' ,Selii. 21! Ocl. momher you have several ong- Todav's natives p-nci-ally i tors which needn't concern you., Surc you hoped range bcncfils to work out. achieve what they go after j CANCEK (June 21 .Inly W0uld IK done is either a hit j (.luiie 21 July and'a're willing to work hard j Home studies begun now are from yOU wanted or is A lo restore order is to ii apt to produt'c sweeping in-: wajtjng your personal atten-, appropriale. You've let AfllKS (.March 21 i skills, technical advance. Mam-; tion changes and get Favorite hobbies and sports I tain your share of Ihe neigh- things Off dead come lo the fore, provide some. borhood's j ccnire. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Be wary of external changes. There's'loo much subtle inner transformation going on high moments. Be attentive to I LEO (July 23 progress of your all _ .AUK. Its; quite appropi Ion many mailers drift so long it's uphill to do anything at all about them. Some deals eome to dramatic final settlement spontaneously. LEO (July 23 Aug. ing. saves neither time nor en- enjoyable, Cr ot en 101 Obstacles arc present only to comfort. provide challenge, and no more SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. i than you can cope with it's Your true feelings emerge I lip to you. Get pledges as you now for all to sec. No harm go. done, particularly if you match VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. itrols yoll get [rom no more and no less than you put into it. sure press Cronkite of CBS said here. Cronkite whose voice and face have 'been familiar to mil- lions of Americans for more than two decades, said broad- j nalists. casting is "at the of the whim of politicians and bureau- crats and whether they choose to chop us down or not, the nere existence of their power is them with definite action. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Personal relations come to] Be alive in spirit as well as critical, poignant focus. Words body; find space and time for aren't quite the answer as the j prayer. issue isn't just mental but emo- LIBRA (Sept. 2.1 Oct. i tional rapport. I seek the peaceful path, staying AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. c 1 o s e to familiar people and 'lliVeateninE the committee's third m: Join a couple at anything j routines. Something is apt to 1 'and find yourself promptly in j bring back strong memories. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23 Nov. Confidants turn out to be press- agents. The need for consula- tion and advice could be held couple of days. WASHINGTON (AI'i Gov-; radio and television eminent control over radio and largely a myth." a 5te hanging over the industry day of hearings on press free- iid should'be eliminated to dom. Several witnesses have ac- the middle. Better work alone freedom. Walter I cused the in gen- eral and the Federal Communi- can pass the good word quickly, cations Commission and the I Nixon administration in particu- broadcast opportunities. j These facts, he said, nullify the an intimidating threat in told the Senate sub- government ration- committee o n constitutional spectrum js a rare natural re- rights that the basis on which j source and therefore stations the U.S. government licences must be controlled by the FCC. Battery company ordered j to correct job conditions EDMONTON (CP) The. Al-; industrial health services for; -D............-.-, twrta cabinet has ordered a the department ot health ana midday. Get set to do your best! but do retain your momentum MONDAY, OCT. 4 Your birthday today: Ful- fillment, retribution are the phenomena of the coming year. As you have sown, now you reap. The adjustments you achieve tend to have a dramatic quality, immediate- ly noted by all who associate with you. Today's natives ap- proach life with an optimistic, progressive outlook, are usu- ally much interested in chil- dren. ARIES (.March 21 April and conservative choices cover the gap. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Some ideas and schemes simply won't work. Get them out of your mind, clear the decks, go on with something that does promise results. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. It's time to resolve any long standing disagreements. Where you feel a relationship would be aided by historic facts, offer them tactfully. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Your week gets off to a limp- Moderate your drive to allow s tart but picks up rapidly by j for sharp edges. Avoid haste, manufacturer to "cor- social development, says the or- rect unsatisfactory work i n g der was issued because the firm conditions" which create lead- i had been unco-operative, poisoning hazards for employees at its Edmonton plant. Dynalite Ltd. was given until Dec. 15 to make the jje going is good. TAURLS (April 20 May i settle questions just to get peace. KD ro Career advancement requires I (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) also win oe IK- i quired to undergo regular urine and blood sampling for lead changes. The firm will be quired to ventilate its premises, enclose areas where lead is worked with, improve the hy- content. "We haven't been doing, things they suggested we should j said David Brown, mana- giene of its workers, provide ger of Dynalite, giving lack of separate eating facilities and' resources as one reason. Mr. provide changes of clothing. Brown said the changes will be i Dr. Rodney May. director of i made by Dec. 15. j Hockey lottery tickets sold to assist school Porcupine enemies Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to V e r n o n Klein, age 10, of Sioux City, I he has a fair chance, if we T___ rli-iim in territory. porcupine territory. Certainly he has no chance I drive against certain other destruc- i Iowa, for his question: Do porcupines liave any tural enemies7 i Our prickly porcupine once i live programs that threaten WHITBY. Ont. (CP) Stu- time printed on it. correspond-j lived where all creatures were' the survival of hundreds of dents at a Roman Catholic high ing to one second in the game. protected by the balance of na- i wild species, school in this community are Tickets will be 50 cents each I ture. Then his pleasant world i One of these shocking pro- selling lottery tickets on Na-; or S10 for the 21 games covered, i was threatened by human grams was reported this Aug- tional Hockey League games to i Prizes will be for the beings. Young persons know ust in The Reader's Digest, provide the school with money son holding the ticket with the only too well that such people I You can get the details, by to meet operating costs. time of tht first goal scored, are reducing porcupines and I sending 50 cents to The Read' Sister Mildred Sloyl pal of Denis O'Com school, said in time of tht first goal scored, are reducing porcupines and' sending Ml cents to me iteau- ovle princi for the last Soal and for countless other creatures to the er's Digest, Pleasantville, N.Y., -nnnor hish anv otner Soal scored. brink of extinction. We weep! 10570, requesting ten copies of "n interview '------------------------i and work hard to save what we Oleir article titled The Poi- today that an additional is needed to meei this year's operating costs. She said the school has oper- ated at a deficit every year since it opened, but increased operating costs this year cannot be met by the church co'.ection. Sister Moyle said she expects the lottery, which has been au- thorized by the town, will raise about Students will sell 3.600 lottery- tickets for each home Saturday night game of Toronto Maple Leafs. Each ticket will have a i can of the wondrous ecology scming of the West. For a num- I that nature intended for us to ber of years, civilized people share. But things will grow have worked to ban cruel ani- i worse until adults wake up and j mal traps. But nowadays, cruel I those in high places take a lot! poisons are used to wipe out of stem action. j wildlife, especially o n sheep grazing lands. Poisoners coat deadly strych- nine with tempting sugar and strew it around a s poisoned candy. They set up fragrant "a curious crec cya Conference is postponed OTTAWA (P) The Cana- dian Labor Congress has post- poned its conference on in- i dustrial democracy to January once upon a time, the procu- from October because of the t pjne enoved a safe and lazv life j Ocl. 31 Ontario election, it was n our foresls ir the small set UP announced today. woods that cluster around so a curious creature The conference was to have, ponds on triggers off a fatal shot of cya- been held in Ottawa Oct. 12-13. ,20 It now is lo take place Jan. hi 1S-19. ot HERE'5 THE WORLD FAMOltf SUMMER RUNNIN6 tOUARP THE UATER... TUMBlEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN NOW.SMOOKIE, WE MY! WHAT A EXCITIN'PAY YOUSEVE MUS'NOT PAWLE! PUNYTlVE WCKLA5H HAP, PAPYBKUPPER, ATRIPINTA TO ME PAMK WITVRAWAL WILL Pt PA CITYJ...MEETIN'A NEW LI'L FRieN'J... FORTrlOOMIN ERELONG! 'YER FOIST TEA PARTY! BtONDlE-By Chic Young HERE'S YOUR 1 QUARTER BAIlEY-By Mort Walker KNOW MCA ABOUT HANDLE S.ALUAS Trie OTUEB guys ANYONE INTEgESTEP? 111 ABNER-By Al Capp NEVER U6.T THOSE GOBBLEGUOPS LAMP tN CHICAGO-AFTER WHAT THEV DID TO NEW VORK FT'S COVERED WIFJ THERE'S A GLOP.'.' TH'LI'L CROWD CHICAGO- GOBBLEGLOK') TOGREET MOUTHS IS _ ARCHIE-BY Bob Montona WHAT ARE YOU) THEY'LL 6UIW1NS? rf COME UP NEXT SPR1NS.' at GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN do you bid now? Wl: Bt -nit Tribunt] WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: 4KQ385 AIDE 51 02 The bidding has proceeded: Worth East South West 1 O Pass 1 4> Pass 3 Pass 3 Pass 3 4 Pass What do you 'bid now? As South, vulnerable, you hold: 4AQVK876 The bidding has proceeded: West North Easl South Pass 1 V Pass 2 Pass 2 O Pass What do you hid now? Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AS 03 1' J The bidding has proceeded: East South West North Pass IV 14 Pass 2 What do you bid now? (toot: qtisujcri Monday) caught him to use his prickles for some fancy embroidery. But. in those happy days, the porcupine had few natural ene- mies. They had learned about his prickles. This happy life ended rather s u d d e n 1 y. Highways cut i business is called 1080. An ounce of this chemical can assorted wild creatures or 200 human beings. This program of wholesale slaughter costs millions. The excuse Ls that coyotes kill sheep. But naturally Ihe poi- sons kill countless other species through his homeland. Killers on four wheels dashed by and soils and wa- mashed him as he dawlded natuLe the across the highway. But here Support, i payments reduced most shocking part of this re- port, concerns ranchers who lease government lands for their sheep. There our trusted Federal Wildlife .Service does the poisoning work to wipe out the wild creatures. In a recent yearly body count, these eipcrts listed poi- soned porcupines plus a quar- ter million olher victims. The itemized dead included bears and badgers, heavers and bob- LOS ANGELES fAP) En- cats, skunks and raccoons, co- lerlainer George .losscl, 73, has m0unain lions and been authorized by Superior opossums. It omitted the Court to reduce support pay-' Pagles and other birds that fail- his nine-year-old (0 return to the cunning poi- son stations. It failed to count m e n t s for daughter. .losscl, testifying that ail- ments have prevented him from working recently, asked that the payments to the girl's mother .loan Tyler, 39, be cut to from SilOO a month. The court decided jesterday the decrease should be to Jcsscl has acknowledged pa- ternity of the child. the numerlcss small creatures that crept away to die in secret agony. Questions nsfcert by of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Ilunlington Beach, California 02B48. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Hi AND lOIS-By Dik Browne WHERE ARE I you ON I YOUR VACATION, THIRSTY? I THINK I'LL eo OUT TO A5AM SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Nen! GO W101CWW ANP LA3SO A KM STRAYS. BUGS BUNNY HOW'S DINNER COMIN', PETUNIA? MY PLAPPIN! I'M Y 'IT HUNSSYjSHOULPNT TOO' A BE TOO LONG! I HATE T' ]_ PICKY, BUT SHOULDN'T YA BE WATCHIN'TH' INSTEAP O' TV? 1 IF I PON'T WATCH TV THERE WONT ANY PINNER.', I HAVE TO (XT THE RECIPE FOR BEEF RA6OUT FROMy "CHEF ;