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« - Saturday, Mt. 15. 1969 Redkindt Daily Facte in earOi wUt. !• April or M»y, ApcBo M wffl earry three aitro«i«U to the moM, where two of them wffl descead to within II milef of the luar siirfoM bnt wffl not touch down. An actnal landing is planned for Ap««o U sometime in July. At that tim^ two astronante wffl spend 24 hoars on the moon's surface, gathenng rock samples for earth study. Who's When on the IWASHIHCTON SALARY SCALE B200 IO(H 87 Kfmm -m tkmnli of i I TOTAL SAURY lis AFTER TAXES 'ir 67.5 41 62.5 113 *Z m KM ^ " if i i 60 60 55 8 !3 36 .1 h42.5-42.5H Solories ore higher thon ever in Washington. Congress has olreody opproved a boost to $200,000 a year for President Nimn—up from $100/100—and higher pay checks for other top federal jobs take effect Feb. U under recommcndotions submitted by former President Johnson with his final budget Canada's Not-So-Wild West Alberfa once used fe be a cowboy province and there are stili plenty of cowpokes and cattle around, but today they are outnumbered nearly four-to-one by those who have turned the laind into a thriving industrial area. In the cities, ultramodern factories produce the tools and benefits of technology and science and across the province's varied landscape the rich deposits of natural resources are developed. Alberta, with about 1.5 million residents, is growing fast and its potential Is capable of supporting future populations of many more millions. GIANTbncket-wheel sceejUl -f all:*-!*! Jf.S'SJli^l.K""^' day. SUphnr mialBg Is another major activity in the western province. 1W,IN tons a TYPICAL of Canada's modem west is the Chinook Shopping Center in Calgary. mm dominate theskyline of An ^rto-s "other" big tadistrid Thes ^^imons commercial wealth of western Canada M MODERN STYLE of western S««JjJ« r«« intertor view of Edmonton's paWie Ittrary.