Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THI IETHBRIDGI HERALD Saturday, I.pllmbtr t, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, SEPT. 6, 1970 Your birthday today: This year you have the oppor- tunity to learn how lo take each day as it comes, without fretting over the past or the luture, to live in the presenl moment more fully than ever. Your long-term plans must bo reviewed in the light of changing conditions. To- day's natives ore practical, willing to find poetic and romantic harmony wherever they find themselves. AMES (March 21 April 10) Check your resources first, then proceed will! special plans but allow for some exceptiona conditions tomorrow. Visitinf brings satisfying experiences. TAURUS (April 20 20? You encounter resistance am perhaps a shortage of energy Concentrate on mental activi ties in relative solitude. Amuse- ment facilities are not quite what you want. GEMINI (May 21 June 20) You thrive better (oday at I slower pace, less excitement Older people present question? of adjustment. Evening brings a more philosophic mood. CANCER (Jrme 21 July 22) It may seem to you today tha the world is a bit too crowded A little ingenuity gains you more time and space, and you learn something in the process LEO (July 23 Aug. 22) Your home and the enjoymen of it become strong factors now. Visitors bring you usefu information. Within reach nre things that can improve your home. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) Short journeys and cheerful re- turns are favored today, while long journeys invite emotiona ttress. Do something to enliven your home life. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. This Sunday has much ment, involving friends and old er people. Expect your ex- penses to run slightly higher than you are accustomed to. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Excursions suffer delays as not everybody is ready. Smaller groups have better luck. News travels fast but is incomplete. Shared experiences are impor- tant to future developments. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Your own health should take first priority today. Much that happens now is the result of your own recent eff( Visiting brings satisfaction. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. 151: Friends need to see more of your sentiments today. .Get out early, make the rounds, but don't neglect your own interes- ests. Set aside a quiet period in which to think of the future. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Issues between you and relatives conflict with some- thing you should be doing in your community. Full discuss- ion may help. Goodwill is now essential. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Congenial associates make the day enjoyable despite some confusion or disappointments in social arrangements, delays in getting things done. MONDAY, SEPT. 7 Your birthday today: Adap- afbility emerges this year as one of your talents. Inner changes and growth mean more to you than the many shifts in external tircum- Etances now going on. Your helps you guide the work of others. In your emotional life, what is done is far more eloquent and important than what is said. Today's natives arc Industri- ous and versatile. SHOE REPAIR Fast .dependable at reaionabTa pricei Alio repair and all types of zippers Repaln to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Next lo Lelhbridgo Locker and Seafoods! ARIES (March 21 April This is an off-kilter Monday, ivilli not enough getting done. Find an outlet for your energy, but avoid excess, Make tenta- tive plans for a complex tomor- row. TAURUS (April 20 May Varying opinions on money run Into conflict and possible mis- understandings. Make sure of farts and figures. Catch your balance this evening with medi- tation. GEMINI (May 21 June Your ideas are" a bit loo orig- inal for ready acceptance, but help get your group moving. Listen for the rest of the wild story that started in the morn- ing. CANCER (June 21 July You are unlikely to come to firm decisions quickly. Wait for last-minute information, then don't feel rejected along with your proposals stay through the discussion, LEO (July 23 Aug. Im- pulsive originality colors your behavior today. Start early and get something of your own go- ing. The later hours are crowd- ed; make room for others and their concerns. V1BGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Early reports are faulty, in- complete or impractical. Un- settling incidents provoke de- bate. Your tact makes all the difference. Seek peace in the evening. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Hold bright ideas for a more suitable time. If your course is not followed by many others you ore way ahead now. Re flection Uiis evening will offei widom. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23 Nov. 21) Stay away from financial mat tcrs today. Concentrate on the nonmatcrial areas of your life- expression. Unusual circum stances stimulate thought. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dct Friends offer specia temptations. You skip imppr tant details if you are following up 'n snap decision. Check things out; give your Intuition a chance. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Your quiet diligence works to advantage while others play Proceed with your curren plans, rather than squabble with friends over making new ones. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feu Make this a day of social contact; abstain from business dealings, if you can. Take non- material factors into account now before proceeding. Medi- tate tonight, PISCES (Feb. 19 March It is enough to see things in a different light today, without making changes, too many people are involved to adjust matters quickly to your new thinking. TUESDAY, SEPT. 8 Your birthday today: A "do- it-yourself" year of experi- mentation and development begins. External conditions are neither favorable nor un- Kierans Unveils New Stamp Series TORONTO (CP) The 197 series of postage stamps, eluding commemoratives of th discovery of insulin. British Co! umbia's entry into Confedera tion, and the birth of writer painter Emily Carr, was un veiled today by Postmaster General Eric Kierans. Mr. Kierans was in Toronto tc ay tribute to the late Arthur Jsmer, whose painting Isles o Spruce has been reproduced as a six-cent stamp to commemo- the 50th anniversary of thi 'ounding of tho Group of Seven He told a news conference the Icnominations And Jssuing-dates of the 1971 stamps would be an nounced later. One stamp will honor the 50th anniversary of the discovery o insulin. The centennial of Brit sh Columbia's entry into Con ederation, and the -200th anni rarsary of the completion of Samuel Hearne's overland ex iterations will be similarly rec ograzed. Another painter to be honored is Paul Kane, who made im- Social Credit Carelessness' Hit By PC EDMONTON (CP) The axpayer will foot the bill "for Social Credit carelessness" in granting a lease to Alberta Jypsum Co. Ltd. to operate in IK Kananastas Lake regions, 'eter Lougheed, leader of the ilberta Progressive Conserva- tives, said here. The Social Credit govern- ment cancelled a tease which allowed Alberta Gypsum to do xploration work in the area Because it had not made a cash eposit to cover restoration costs. The cancellation waa an- nounced earlier by Dr. Donovan Ross, lands and o r e s 15 minister, after Mr. jflugheed said the company's Derations had scarred a moun- ainside in the area. MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS Stop Rental Shop" Air Air Tooli Concrete Equipment Electric Tool] Hfafert Jacks Light Planti Pumpt Welding Equipment Handy Man Tooli Floor Maintenance Equipment Equipment Lawn and Gardtn Equipment Us First" MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1422 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8896 pressive contributions to Can- ada's record of life among the native peoples. HONORS REFORMIST Stamps will also honor the 100th anniversary of Louis-Jo- seph Papineau, an advocate of reform in Lower Canada, and the 100th anniversary of Sir Er- nest Rutherford, whose work made McGill University a world centre in the study of atomic physics. The centennial of census-tak- ing in Canada will be recog- nizd by a stamp entitled One Hundred Years of Measured Progress. Speaking to the World will be a stamp reflecting international co-operation, issued to mark the opening of new transmitter fa- cilities by the international service of the Canadian Broad- casting Corp. Designed to illustrate the beauty of'Canada's national em- Mem will be a special set under the title Maple irt Four Season. The traditional Christmas is- sues will again be available late in the year. favorable after the changes of this month and next. Your personal pliilosophy attracts contacts and reactions YOU unconsciously sesk. Knowing your own inner nature be- comes crucial in such a year. Today's natives often reor- ganize existing systems, insti- gate sensible reforms. ARIES (March 21-April Your work offers enough chal- lenge without taking on the job of convincing important skep- tics. Let the results pHe up a bit further before pointing to them. TAUHUS (April 20 May Keep notes, records oi any transactions you make today. Routines run into tengles which merit imusual watchfulness. Leave new ideas for a better time. GEMINI (May 21 Jnne Lend nothing beyond ideas; ex- pect initial rejection, later ac- ceptance. Enjoy what you can do right now, without fretting over the future or past. CANCER (June 21 July 22) Rely mainly on your own sources as the people arouru you have enough lo cope wit An early start and conslsten effort make the difference now LEO (July 23 Aug. 22 Close co-operation or direc corroetition are both tense Seek activity where you hay the field to yourself. Public opi ion runs to confusion, criti cism. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22; Go beyond your own plans I assure group or family bar mony. Asking favors Invitee games rather than assistance Line up your budgets, season al plans this evening. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Whatever you do and say judged in a context you don know about. Caution, reticenc is indicated. Pay no attention to momentary disagree ment they will be resolved. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Self-reliance is the hey to sue cess today. Stay within your resources. decide what your real earning power is, but defer action for a better time. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Career issues are at standstill, while purely person al diversions are alive. Sta; :usy with superficial matters let your unconscious digest re- cent experience. CAPRICORN (Dec. 2: Jan Much is expected of you today be conservative in your promises, discreet before strangers. You appear more placid than you feel. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Financial manoeuvres toda. tend to confuse the people you work with. Go directly ahea( vithout involving others. Later make changes to fit new in brmation. PISCES (Feb. 19 March 28) On things already well started much progress can be achieved Expressions of doubt attract needless discussion. Just go on with what has been settled. GOBEN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES R. 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