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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI liTHMIDOt HKAIO Saturday, 14, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, OCT. 25 Tour birthday today: Your philosophy of life takes a more serious direction this coming year. The experience of others becomes more meaningful to you. Your ef- forts at self improvement earn recognition. Changes in tradition offer many openings for your talents. Social life takes a new direction as well, with more choices. Today's natives have durable enter- prising tendencies, usually strong Interests in mystical matters. ARIES (March 21 April share oca ob servances. Pleasant pastimes then should absorb your atten- tion make it a real holiday. A good show tops off the night. TAURUS (April 20 May Young people make this Sun- day memorable. Get snapshots, moments quietly without fiifs. Creative hobbies provide great satisfaction. The evening is for amiable fun. GEMINI (May 21 June Romp through a vivacious, lighthearted day. Make all the rounds, renew old acquaint- ances. Entertain in the eve- ning. CANCER (June 21 July Writing and study promise re- sults, but there are so many social doings that you may ac- complish very little. Visits and personal surprises turn out well. LEO (July 23-Ang, Turn your mind away from serious business, give yourself a rest with cheerful festivity. Home and' property improvements are of special attraction. VIRGO (Aiig. 23 Sept. Speak up early, propose a set of interesting things to do and get started immediately. Keep on the move. There's much to discuss during the evening. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. An early start gives you the time for a graceful, leisurely Sunday. Heview social con- tacts, return favors. Find or give a party in the evening. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Seek a change of scene, recre- ation. Distance Is not so im- portant as your sense of pri- vacy. Removed from routine, oin a few old friends for an mjoyable evening. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Your confidence and op- imism are rewarded today. Bring your own friends along; seek new acquaintances. Fresh romantic interest is probable. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Pledges of volunteer ser- vice are in order now. Begin study courses with enthusiasm. Find other people of similar in- terests, compare notes, share materials. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. For once let well enough alone; leave everybody to his own convictions and just enjoy the sociability. You gain quite a lot. The evening is lively with discussion. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Bring extra pleasure into the lives of those you care about. Almost any reasonable social group will thrive once it's brought together today. 1970, Newsday, Inc. MONDAY, OCT. 26 Your birthday today: Your diligence this year is the key to success and prosperity. Safety Helmets Proposal Goes Down Drain meeting of Alberta organiza- tions interested safety reaffirmed in highway that motor- cyclists should be required to wear safety helmets. AnEdmonton motorcycle club proposed a change in leg- islation allowing motorcyclists of voting age to decide for themselves whether they should wear helmets. The pro- posal was supported by the Ca- nadian Motorcycle Association which said legislation should not be passed for a person's own safety. However, the meeting, call- ed by Highways Minister Gor- don Taylor to discuss possible changes to the Highway Traf- fic Act, voted against the pro- posal. Whatever you do in good faith tends to prosper. Rein- vest as much as you possibly can in order to build up working resources. There's much to be gained. Experi- ments should be limited to seeking better methods. Ro- mantic interests also thrive now. Today's natives accept compliments and pass them on enjoy travel, ARIES (March 21 April Get down to serious business early. Something new is added abd slight changes are im- portant and bring good results. Count your blessings this eve- ning. TAURUS (April 20 May You can use all the co-opera- tion available so make a con- sistent, good humored effort to inspire it. Imagination and intuition fairly sparkle, the enjoyment. GEMINI (May 21 Share Lay your quibbles Jnne aside and get busy. Comment and ques- tions bring interesting answers, many personal revelations. At the end of an active day, start an evening's social life. CANCER (June 21 July Consider the impact of your ac- tions, take a little more time. Improve your work and enjoy life more thoroughly now. Cre- Young Travellers Welcome Urged MONTREAL (CF) Henry I S. Maas, pro'eosar of social work at the University of Brit- ish Columbia, says youth is on the move and Canada should welcome the young travellers with permanent hostels and at- tached health services. Prof. Maas, in Montreal to speak to the Children's Service Centre, said young people are roaming all over the world, from Turkey to the Philipines. Canada, however, has found out about it a little later than everyone else. He scoffed at the idea that free beds and access to com- munity services would lure youngsters away from then- homes. "They're going to come any- there's no evidence availability of services will en- courage them. You might as well say adoption services en- courages illegitimacy." He "described as "bungled" the situation in Vancouver this summer where transient youths were first housed in a federal government armory in subur- ban Jericho, then ejected. The youths were reluctant to .eave, he said, and if the Van- couver Inner City project had not taken in some 80 persons, 'they would have been on the streets." It was reported that the army wanted to reoccupy the armory, but Prof. Maas said the real reason the youths were thrown out was that "military families who lived in the area were very unhappy to have what they con- sidered deviant youth around." He added that his family lives near Jericho and "so far as 1 know there were no untoward events." Besides, he said, if "you're really concerned about you would want to help if they were serious drug-users or ad- dicts. Prof. Maas suggested the es- tablishment of an overall child- care body in each region to co- ordinate the efforts of all agen- cies handling youngsters in cri- sis situations. Haircut INDIO, Calif. (AP) Mario Monies, 12, has been awarded in damages from the Mecca school district because his teacher, Isabel Orsborne, cut his long hair in the class- room March 5, 1969. The boy's lawyer contended Mario suf- fered emotionally from the "Mohawk-type haircut" and has been despondent since then. itive ventures should have top )riority. LEO (July 23 Aug. Money matters take a better, upward trend. Take your earn- ngs, set some aside for sav- ngs. Gather old friends for an evening's general conversation and planning. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Writing, teaching, new studies are favored. Push ahead to ichieve changes and progress n personal projects but avoid jeing aggressive with associ- ates. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Confidential personal matters lave a better chance of cessful negotiation today. Un- announced additions to your re- sources should be used quietly at once to gain a better situa- tion. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Helpful friends bring exception- al opportunity within yo ur reach. Leave some time and space for intense personal ven- tures, romantic interests. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Keep calm and match .Uce with impatient people who lave great influence. Ask for everything within reason. Avoid needless public notice; finish your most important chores early. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Formal actions, religious and legal ceremonies, installa- tions are favored. Plans an- nounced now have far-reaching consequences. Demand precise figures and estimates. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. With a sensible approach the revision of arrangements, group decisions, investments turn out well. Attend the needs of older people. Entertain a small, select group this eve- ning. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Personal matters receive unex- pected support and more ex- tensive opportunity. Don't ne- glect your regular work the advantage should last. 1970, Newsday, Inc. Fluoridated Water Cuts Tooth Decay NEWBURGH, N..Y (AP) Those with life-long exposure .to fluoridated water have had 60 per cent less tooth decay since a water fluoridation program was started here 25 years ago, a state health department official said Thursday. David B. Ast associate director of the depart- ment's medical services, saic that the fluoridation program has saved residents of this city of nearly on den- tal care. GOREN ON BRIDGE Q. s-As South, you hold: OAKftJ The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 o Pass l tf Pass t Wiat do yen bid now? JBT CHARLES H. GOREN [VinttlrTMCtlCMlTlltalt! BRIDGE QUIZ q. As South, vulnerable, 4K7S3 Wntll 0QII ft AK The bidding bai proceeded: West North Eirt South 10 DWe. Pass INT Pasf T What do yon bid Q. l: South you hold: Q. Both vulnerable, u South you hold: 4KQ1064 9863 OKU "952 South West North bidding has proceeded: Rest North East V Pasf 1 What do you bid? Elevator Managers as Pasi ''Z0 5. Will act as liaision with Universities and Agencies. do yon bid now! As South, vulnerable, University Degree in Agriculture, preferably Plant Science option. Practical knowledge of farming either through Q. East-West hold: AAJ1097 OA background or related experience, initiative in South you bidding has proceeded: ideas and ability to adapt to varied 0109542 North East We offer an attractive salary range commensurate with ability and experience and excellent employee benefits. bidding has proceeded: Boulh West North Pass Pass 1 A Pass I NT j Pass Reply in confidence with a detailed resume %Fasi Pass T The Personnel NT :p Pasi 2 4 What do yon bid now? P. 0. Box Winnipeg 1, do yon bid for onjwen MondovJ THE FALL CATTLE RUN IS NOW ON! FEEDER HOG SALES EVERY MONDAY AT P.M. FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SAIES TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY AT A.M. SPECIAL CALF AND FEEDER CATTLE SALES-EVERY FRIDAY WE ASSEMBLE AND SELL HOGS FOR THE ALBERTA HOG PRODUCERS MAR- KETING BOARD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Come in and see us to list your stock for one of our Special Daily Fall Sales. CONTACT ED FRENCH 328-3986 TED ANDERSON 327-1985 TOM WILSON 653-2491 CARDSTON C. W. HENINGER 328-7354 LOU DE JAGER 327-2931 C. L FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. ALBERTA STOCKYARDS PHONE 327-0101 RES. 328-3986 P.O. BOX S.S. 1-1-7, LETHBR1DGE LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTS "IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY" SOVTHfORTHE'WINTK. THE 6SOOND WILL K COVERS) WITH WILL BE HARP TO RNR. UNLESS VtXIUKE TV WNHS LANCELOT-By Coker A HERE'S A ITCOHTAW5 SSfOJNP S66P. BfJgAP CRUMBS A RAW ESS A PINCH OF ORESANO BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker BEETLE. I PONT WANT 10 CROSS TrilS STPEAM ANY MORE THAN YOU DO.TJO YOU THINK "i LIKE 6ETTINS SOAKBD, LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp BUT-50K-NOBOW EVER VJE'RE NEVER CLOSED.? COBWEBS ON ARCHIE-By Bob Montana T KNOW AN ONION WHEN I SEE DIDN'T KNOW A SLICED AMARYLLIS BULB ON WUR THls'aoWER' RANTED IS OUST AN ARE ONION.' jt YOU BEAZLY....I HAVE MEWS FOR YOU.' HI AND LOlS-By Dik Browns DO PEOPLE CAU.VOU AND A LOT OF THE THIRSTY BECAUSE YOUR LAST NAME IS THURSrON OR BECAUSE MOJ'RE A1WWS THIRSTY? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal 6UTITISMNDA HARP-TO-TAKE PRIRglNMYWORK HOWEVER, THE HOURS ARENTBAP. VES.MYJOBIS A FKUUARONH. BUGS BUNNY ;