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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Inhlrdny, Stpl.mbtr 1970 THE LETHIRIDGI HRALD It YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, SEPT. 20 Your birthday today: This year is lo he your fresh start in all departments of life. You must start wilh what you arc and what you have. Changing conditions give freedom to evolve more chances to be effective. Senti- mental intfresLs respond to the same transformation. Many poignant moments are promised. Today's natives keep themselves busy, often with unrealistic projects, oc- casionally radical ideas. ARIES Marcli 21 April This Sunday should really he reserved for rest and expres- sion of faith. Travel is delayed. People are generally caught up in their own concerns and not very communicative. TAURUS (April 20 May Take a quiet sensitive approach to discussions, as squabbles de- teriorate easily into serious quarrels. Seek diversion in in- tellectual pastimes. GEMINI (May'21 June You are likely to miss the point, or substitute your point in dis- cussions. Try to do a better job of listening. If possible spend thn day in solitude. The eve- ning is easier. CANCER (June 21 July Join in the community expres- sion of failn. Draw away from possible discord with tense peo- ple. Quiet mental pursuits bring answers, while distract- ing you from emotional stimuli. LEO (July 23 Aug. Your impulse to generous hos- pitality and showing off would lead to expenses beyond expec- tation and still not achieve the results Social activities arc bct- tc" kept simple. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Use care and consideration in all you do. Formality and rit- ual now give people some re- lief from conflict and uncom- fortable pressures. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. The temptation is to overdo, in physical exta-tion, games, ex- ercise. Old issues reappear and may precipitate much discus- sion, argument. Take it easy! SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Your tendency is to be forth- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [C ma: h Tftl ctiltafi Trtbmwl WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ q. vulnerable, IS South you hold: AK10! tfAKJS OAQ53 Trie bidding has proceeded: EonUl West North East IV PISI 1 Piss 2 NT Put I PISI J What dn you bid now? Q. vulnerable, ll South you hold: OA109S5S The bidding has proceeded: North East South INT Fill 7 What do "you bid? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4AID5 UAJ10G3 OKJ75 43 The bidding bas proceeded: Vat North fast Souli Piu I 20 Whit do you bid? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: OT7J4 OKJ3 The bidding his proceeded: North But Sooth 1C" DMa. T Whit do yon bMT q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 44 VKQI OK324QJ10754 The bidding has proceeded: South West North Dble. Hdble. T What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: North But South West 2 0 PMI 2 NT PISI 3 0 Pill 1 What do you bid now? Q. 7-As South, with both sides vulnerable, you hold: AAK98C3 <7A OAKJ10 The bidding has proceeded: Sooth Wert North But Pail INT 44 j Whit do you bid now? q. vulnerable, il South you hold: AA11II3 (773 OJII3 The bidding has proceeded: North But South West 14 Pit: 14 2 <3 Fill PISI What do you bid now? aniiK" McmdayJ right in your than people expect so you present yourself more strongly than you plan. Reflect on the situation. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 2Z Dec Sometimes the best tiling is simple co-operation, deferr ing questions until later. Such a lime is this direction-switch ing day. Later hours bring re laxation. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan You are tempted to take sides, but where your clique is already well organized, perhaps more uncommitted people are needed to bridge the gap. Think before you plunge in. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Allow extra space for the general impatience of others to day. Where conditions permit take plenty of time off for your favorite pastimes. PISCES (Feb. 10 March What happens today brings you mixed feelings. Wait for the ful story. You find eventually that nobody was completely right nobody entirely wrong. 1970. Newsday, Inc. MONDAY, SEPT. 21 Your birthday today: Read- justment is your key to hap- piness in the coming year. Everything must be worked out in meticulous there is no shortcut or com- promise likely. Resistance provokes you to build up greater energy, more pres- sure. Emotional experience brings difficult choices, repe- titions situations until you learn to avoid confusion. To- day's natives like to travel in order to learn, and often show deep interest in the occult. ARIES (March 21 April Care is essential in driving, use of tools. Don't blurt out your emotional reaction to a n n oy- ance. Even routines are hectic. The less acrimony vou offer, the less mending you'll have to do later. TAURUS (April 20 May Just when you are waiting for some signal from special ad- visers, there seems to be none. Rely on your own knowledge, rather than unchecked inform- ation. Meditation brings you gui- dance. GEMINI (May 21 June You inevitably will bicker over something today, so pick an is- sue you can handle well. Home concerns are on your mind, dis- tracting you from pet projects. CANCER (Juue 21 July to fit your needs FARMERS RANCHERS CONTRACTORS "DO" YOU NEED EXTRA EQUIPMENT TO FINISH BEFORE FREEZE-UP? TRY "OUR" RENTAL SERVICE TRACTORS (FULL H.P. RANGE) IMPLEMENTS TRACTOR-BACKHOE COMBINATION FORK LIFTS CRAWLER-LOADER TRACTOR ALL UNITS AVAILABLE NOW COMPETITIVE RATES DELIVERY AND PICK-UP FULL MAINTENANCE REASONABLE RATES INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES and SERVICE 304 STAFFORD DRIVE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 327-3125 New secret deals are not lo _ considered today. Protect per sonal mailers from discuss i o a Be brief in your negotiations Home life is better this eve rung. LEO (July 23 Aug. 22) Your friends mistake your po sition and capabilities now. Sen sibly revise your ideas bcfor you go on with them. Late hours are well spent in serious study. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sent. 22: Courtesy and tact work mi acles today. Personal projects wait until you work out tangle( business problems. Evenini brings unexpectedly swift pro gress. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Stick with what is known for the moment despite altractiv tales from strangers. Give your self tune to check racts and fi gures. Travel should be post poned. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Conditions do not favor exten sive rearrangements, particu larly of money matters. Yoi are unable lo hold an objective view of ventures by your friends. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec You seem bound to con tinue close co operation wit associates. Forcing issues ere ates arguments, ties up th whole venture don't compli cate things this way. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Ja Expect interruptions; pre pare alternatives so that yo are not upset at being stoppec No special favors are indicated Proceed on your own. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fcb Group money comes in fo critical review, perhaps temp tation today. Urgent demand from outside needn't be an swered immediately. Reflection brings better perspective. PISCES (Feb. 10 March 20) Partnership and marital tie range from inconvenient to dif ficult. People in authority are apt to react quickly. Tact make all programs easier. 1970, Newsday, Inc. Indian Pupils Insulted Says Chief WATERLOO, Ont. (CP) Teachers in Canadian schools often call Indian children in their classes "lousy" and the chief of the National Indian Brotherhood charged here. George Manuel also criticized segregated classrooms in "sup- posedly integrated schools" and said: "Our children are streamed into terminal courses and voca- lion training." He told a student rally at the University of Waterloo that "about 50 per cent of Indian children do not go beyonc Grade 6. Sixty-one per cent fai to reach Grade 8. Only three on of 100 Indian students ever reach Grade 12." Mr. Manuel said "'second, rate" teachers often are hired to staff reserve schools. He said Indians must assume control of their own affairs, and if the federal Indian affairs de- jartment is lo remain, it must become responsible to Indian aspirations and take direction from Indian people. Booze Kills Two NASSAU, Bahamas (Reu- lers) The Russian tanker Komsomolets .Leingrada dock- ed here yesterday and reported two seamen died after drinking jad liquor at a party in Havana, 2uba. Four other seamen, also U from the liquor, were treat- ed at hospital. PERSIA TO CANADA The first Canadian commun- ty of the Baha'i faith, which originated in Persia in 1844, was in Montreal at the of this century. THE FALL CATTLE RUN IS NOW ON! FEEDER HOG SAIES (VERY MONDAY AT P.M. CATTLE SALES TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY AT A.M. SPECIAL FEEDER CATTLE SALES EVERY FRIDAY SLAUGHTER HOGS SOLD DAILY WE ARE EXPORT BUYERS FOR SLAUGHTER HOGS CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO Comt in and set ui to Hit your stock for ent ef our Special Daily Fall Sales. C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. ALBERTA STOCKYARDS PHONE 327-0101 RES. P.O. BOX S.S. 1-1-7, IETHBRIDGE LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTS "IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY" THEVETSAIP iflUDCNTHAVE ARTHRITIS ATAU., Will WE A LITRE TENIIINITI5., THE COPPER BRACELET CURED ME..THErAINLEft tS SnitS I (WITCH, IF W HAVE CHEW SME AMWCIMCUS.. I'VEKEWTWS MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Jlngh Laldmu HERE COMES OLD INSECURE BRIAN. LETS CHEER HIM UP. HI BRIAN! YOLTRE GREAT! II WONDER WHAT THEY MEANT-BY THAT? HAVfl NICE WEEKEND. Cnic Voting BKETLJE BAlLEV-By Mori Walker THAT'S WHAT TOLD BUT HE YOU'LL JUST HAVE TO POESNt esss. WANTS TOAST U'L ABNER-By AJ Cap; COMES ORWHARTHENIS GOIN'TO BUT AH WILl.TELL.YOU THEY'S TH1 DRIEST U'UVARMINTS AH EVAHHELDON MAH LAP.'.' AH SEEM THOOSAN'S OF' LATELY- HAS VO1 SEEN. A'BABtf? Bob Montani I HAVE AN C-1 SURE OLD ARMY ft JUST POLO IT FIRST.. WILL THAT EASIER WORK? WE'RE CUTTING HEAD HO-ES IN OU BLANKETS TO WEAR ATTHEGAAAE.' .LIKE PONCHOS.' NOW AIL MX) NEED K FOUR HEADS: U AND DU( JUST ABOTT NOW THIRSTY'S SWNCXNe CN THE FIFTH TEE HOLDING UP HIS FINSER TO TEST THE WIND ANP DECKING WHETHER TO HIT A FIVE OR A SIX IRON HOKT HlBS-By Frank O'Neal JUGS BUNNY ('YOU BROUGHT ME 1 OKAY, GO IN THIS ANTASK PER A I INSIST ON DOING THE REST THEV PIPN'T HAVE A FOR ME! WHAT YOUR EXPERIENCE? I AM ONE OF THE FINEST BUO6V WHIP SALESMEN! IN THE COUNTRYI ;