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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGS HERAID FrMoy, SepHmgir 4, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1970 Yonr birthday today: Your path ahead through the next year will be adventurous, in- teresting, and productive for you depending on your will- ingness to change, learn new skills. Much that has been firmly established now is re- placed. Today's natives are gifted with a talent for poe- try, for finding something ro- mantic in almost any situa tion. ARIES (March 21 April 19 Your work is more strenuo today. However, influential pe ment, appliances is essential now. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. It's a favorable time for deal- ing with influential people. Old questions come up for fresh at- tention. Expect to be diverted to side issues-' make the best of it. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. It may seem that your friends are a bit too close early in the day, that your plans are hind- ered. The later hours are a lot more pleasant, your per- suasive powers stronger. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. There are so many helpful influences and well-wishers :hat you are tempted to ask for :oo much. Carefully examine anything you sign. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Now you can make pro- jrcss toward a long-set goal. Mends are cordially disposed, >ut don't overdo anything. Let the situation evolve without pressure. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Get an early start, confirm 'acts, get a great deal done while the going is good. Taper off rapidly in the evening; seek ight diversion. PISCES (Feb. 19 March )ivergent ideas of what is to happen next cause people around you to differ in rnopd. Compromise becomes essential. Your patience, will be long ap- preciated. Currency Reserves Increased OTTAWA (CP) Canada's international currency reserves increased during. August by to in terms of U.S. funds at the end of the month, the finance de- partment announced Wednes- day. U.S. dollar holdings increased by to million, other currencies by to million. Gold reserves rose by to million. Canada's accumulation of spe- cial drawing rights, the s called paper gold introduce into foreign-exchange transa tions by the International Mon tary Fund at the beginning c the year, advanced by to The reserve position with tb amount Canada ma draw automatically from th fund if b to million. I creases in holdings of sped; drawing rights and in the ffl reserve position result froi withdrawals of Canadian dollar other IMF member coun tries. The increase in U.S. dolla holdings reflect sales of Cans dian dollars on internationa currency exchanges by federa authorities. Such dealings ar undertaken to moderate upwar >ressure on the value of the Ca ladian dollar. Researcher Uses Spiders In Drug Testing Project RALEIGH, N.C, (AP) Spinning busily, the drugged spider produced a web that was a tangled, patternless wisp. Dr. Peter N. Witt, director of research at the North Caro- lina department of mental health, regularly gives spiders doses of LSD, amphetamines, tranquillizers and other drugs. His goal is to observe in the spiders' web-spinning the ef- fects of drugs, separating in- nate behavior from behavior which is learned. "At the non-human level, it Is ons of the more sensntive and reliable methods to differ- entiate drug Witt said in an interview. Taking LSD leads to webs in which the threads are morfi regularly spaced than normal, with little trace of minor ir- regularities found in a normal web. Amphetamines produce ir- regular webs, tranquillizers small webs and barbiturates in high doses severely irregu- lar webs. MISS INFLUENCES Witt said his guess is that the near-perfect webs pro- duced under the influence of LSD are the result of the spi- der paying less attention to outside influences such as wind, light and noise. lajor Airlines Drop Movies NEW YORK (AP) Two ajor airlines have announced ey are dropping the showing movies on long distance, do- estic morning flights. Rea- ns: to save money; passen- ers aren't interested in seeing ms that early in the day. American Airlines st o p p e d owing movies Tuesday on r e -n o o n departures. Trans orld Airlines announced it ould end its screenings next onth on similar flights. American will discontinue 28 ily movies and TWA 22. .Each ovie costs about for each owing. In the same way, he said, spiders on amphetamines don't seem to be able to use the information they have gathered on just where their next thread should go. A "lack of drive" seems to produce the small webs spun by spiders on tranquillizers, Witt said. Witt said the effects of drugs on humans are more complicated because mood, situations and expectations enter into the picture. Excessive Radiation Closes Plant LONDON (AP) Part o Britain's nuclear processing plant, which turns out fuel fo bombs and electricity genera tors, has been closed because o excessive radiation, the Atomi Energy Authority disclosec Thursday. Two men who were in a con taminated section of the plant in Cumberland at the time have been under medical observation since the closure Aug. 24. The incident occurred in the section producing plutonium fuel from uranium waste. The rest of the plant was not af fected. A spokesman for the authority said: "The radiation levels were small and there was no ab- normal exposure of personnel to them. There has been no dam- age to the plant and no release of radioactive material from it The section has been closec pending a thorough examina- ion." CLIPPED PLAYBOY SEATTLE (AP) Lou's Bar- >er Shop was clipped down the centre Tuesday night by a par- icular burglar. The thief stole ,ho centrefolds from 40'Playboy magazines in the dis- urbed nothing else, police re- ported. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PARKING STALLS FOR RENT Adjacent To Lethbridge Arena Applyi TREASURY DEPARTMENT, CITY HALL. NOTHING CRACKS UP WOOPSTOCK LIKE AW MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman L.SOMETHNG I LEARNED FROM THE BUFFALO BILLS, GOOD OLD AMERICAN KNOW- HOW, AND 7 TONS OF BEEF. _JSLL SET, BRIAN? GOT HER H NEUTRAL? BRAKES OFF? HERE WE THANKS, HARVEY IDONTKNOW HCWTOU Diorr. Chic Young I'U- LISTEN TO THEM ON THE WAY TO THE RESTAURANT BKETIJ3 Mort Walker yitK WANTS .Alow T TO tt-JOVV WHAT TIME I ciJf PEFDieri yoUtt-SEHCWE I C4NTRREDCTI PROM WS OFFICERS' w TO PIN A PERSON WHO CM INTO THE ,j V f AROUNP I TEW U'L AUNEH-By Al Capp THE BOTTOM 7 MAYBE. FALUNS OUT OF S GENERAL DV-DEE-NAMICS" FRANKL1M AfW FLEASPECK, THAR'S ALLUS THE WORLD'S A BASIC SHREWDEST S( NEEDFO' INVESTbR-ftAS YORE HIS STOCK.'.', -AH'WIFTH' POP-OO-LAYSHUM EXPLODINITH1 ODDS SHOULD BE LOADED IM YORE SOMETHING IN DY-DEES FLEASPECK ISLEEPWOF.V Bob MARVELOUS; OH, HI, HOPE MY MISS DID YOU HAVt. EAR. A NICE VACATION I WASN'T TOO MUCH BOTHER! OH, NO V WELL, IT BOTHER, I WAS NICE MISS OF YOU TO THE TROUBLE TO KEEP IT FOR NO TROUBLE AT RIGHT AFTER LEFT.. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Brcmnl PUT NEW TREADS ON THE CELLAR GIVE "OfWS'A PAINT THE CEIUNS INTHEBATHRCOAI- WHAT ARE YOU 6OIN9 TO DO TOMORROW? HORT KIBS-r-By Frank O'Neal YOUR INCOME TAX BlU. COMES TO EXACTLY 10 60UP PI5C.K. :UGS BUNNY PETUNIA'S A GLUTTOM.FER J. HWISHMENT! SHE CAN'T KESIST WEISHIN' ;