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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 16, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGI HERAID Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon SUNDAY, OCT. 17 Your birthday today: The achievement you seek arises from what you work out alone, in the privacy of your home, your own mind' This is a year of planning, prayer and spiritual growth. Today's na- tives express the nature of the star Spice living hope. ARIES (March 21-ApriI Look about your own home and establishment, get right onto the job of putting it to rights and at its best appearance. Waiting for help hinders bot your impetus and any chance of getting help. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Set yourself in good order the get out and make the soda contacts available. The new contributes to your peace mind. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Cheerful social activit shouldn't carry you into care- less expressions. Keep promts es strictly in line with your well established resources. Bennett quitting rumors fly again By NORMAN GIDNEY VICTORIA (CP) The con- venton of the Social Credit party of British Columbia is less than a month away and the an- nual rumors that Premier W. A. C. Bennett will retire after 19 years in office are flying again. The denials are coming thick and fast, too, in advance of the Nov. 4-6 convention in Vancou- ver. Attorney-General Leslie Peterson, Rehabilitation Minis- ter Phil Gaglardi and Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Campbell all deny that advertising cam- paigns prominently featuring their names are a challenge to Mr. Bennett's leadership. The premier feels the situa- Off-farm job ideas conflict EDMONTON (CP) Con flirting opinions about the value of off-farm employment for farmers are being voiced Saskatchewan and Alberta. In Alberta, Dobson Lea, pres Went of Unifarm, objects to the lack of off-farm employmen' while in Saskatchewan, High- ways Minister Neil Byers says such employment is not the answer. Mr. Lea, in a letter to Allan Warrack, Alberta lands and forests minister, has requested more employment opportunities for farmers. "The opportunities for off- farm employment for farmers during the winter season have been seriously curtailed by a shortage of timber available to independent mill be said. He asked that a percentage of commercial timber be set aside each year for farm per- mits and small operalors. "Not only would it reopen employment opportunities for rural people but it would make building material available at a more reasonable cost in local areas and save transportation costs to and from company outlets." NOT SOLUTION However, Mr. Byers main- tains off-farm employment is not a solution and suggests on- farm diversification offers an acceptable and reasonable al- ternative- "Off-farm employment has often been suggested as an al- ternative but it is absurd to suggest that the farming popu- lation in general can obtain meaningful relief from their difficulties in that Mr. Byers said. Citing the increasing import- ance of livestock as the meat market grows, Mr. Byers said this was one avenue of on-farm diversification wlu'ch should be encouraged. tion serious enough to warrant a denial that he is preparing to step down. While in London on a tour of Europe to attract invest ment to B.C., the premier sak he had no such intention any nugget, as the tale was re- .old. Tlie real truth of the story is lost in legends. Before we feel lemptcd take shovel in hand, let's con- sider that the nigged Supersti- ion Mountains still cast forbod- ng shadows. Perhaps they do mrbor a horde of gold, buried n some impossible peak or grim canyon. In any case, sen- ible folk decide to leave them ilong, like glowering sentinels guarding their secrets. Questions asucd Ijy cnrtrtrcn ot Herald readers should he mailed to Ask Andy, P 0. Box 765, Hunlington Beaca, California 92B48 (Copyright Chronicle. Publishing Co. 1171) I HADOURTAILORING AND ELECTRON 1C DIVISIONS COLLABORATE ON THIS SUIT; DAD-IT COSTS A MILLION TO WE MIGHT SELL OWE TO J. PAUL GETTY-IT'D LOOK MICE OM HIM ONE TO TED KENNEDY -BUT WHO ELSE COULD AFFORD IT? IT'S NOT FOR SALE, DAP- IT'S FOP, OUR. USE. IT'S CALLED "THE COMPLAINT CRUSHER.'.'" ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND tOIS-By Dik Browne I'M NOT SURE A PAyJSISHc 1 WHICH MORE TO LISTEN TO-THS SI6HS OR THE SCRAPS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal ITSOKAY- -fi-E MOUSE BUGS BUNNY YEI7 CAR'S PRETTY WELL V BANSEP UP, PETUNIA1 ;