Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
YOUR By JEANE DIXON Montfay, April 24, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 TUESDAY. Al'1111, 23 Your birthday today: The goal now is to realize and enjoy fully what you are and what you have, seeing fur- ther possibilities as extensions of present reality. Today's na- tives lend to be candid, open- handed, deeply interested in anything mysterious or re- quiring asluie skills. ARIES (March 21 April Tidy upt clo chores that need full concentration and detailed study. Line up budgets and ad- just plans to skip extras. TAURUS (April 20 iMay Tf you have overscheduled your- self, made too many promises, you can get out of some today. Project more of your own feel- ings. GEMINI (May 21 June A bold approach works best in everything but money matters. What seemed out of reach yes- terday is now available to you. CANCKU (June 21 July All kinds of secrets emerge now for your study and coun- sel. Acceptance and if thai fails tolerance !s essential. LEO (July 23 Aug. Re- aliJe that you arc not at your best and make the nrost of the day. Bring home a pleasant surprise for loved ones. VIRGO Pass What do you bid now? heaiu. This hand Is. -tot quite strong enough fur a double In view of the fat What arc your chances of Retling a competent and honest televi- sion repair job if you call a repair service in Toronto at random? Not good, says The Stnr. The newspaper says it re- cently called eight repair companies to look at a TV set that had noting wrong with it except a burnt-out 75-cent fuse. Repairmen from two of the eight made only moderate failed to repair the set. Two others replaced (he fuse but also replaced, as insurance, damper tube that didn't need replacing. A short in a damper tube could blow a fuse. The other four sold the cus- tomer parts that had nothing to do with the problem or tried fo persuade her (he problem was more serious than it was. In one case, used parl.s were passed off as The bills ranged from S3.50 to The sfl was installed in a modest Toronto home and Ihe customer was a small white- haired women with no knowl- edge of how a television set works. A burnt mil l.S ampere fuse was prominently fixed to the hack of the chassis. While the test was being conducted, two plumbers ar- rived and came across The Star's TV technician sitting at the lop of the basement stairs. "What are you Ihc plumbers demanded. said the technician. "I'm checking on the TV re- pairman." was the reply. "As long as you're not checking on plumbers." Parkland bans shooting from roads EDMONTON (CP) -Park- land county council has ap- proved a bylaw restricting hunting. The bylaw bans shooting from nil roads in (he county, near Edmonton and allows hunting east of the fifth merid- ian only with the written per- mission of the landowner in- volved. Maximum penalties of a fine of S100 or 90 days in jail were provided by the bylaw ap- proved recently. HE SAID HE DiDNT WANT TO BE A SLAVE TO THE LIKE IAM.60INSTOWORK V KNOCKING HIMSELF T THINK HE5 STORINS UP FOS THE EAV3 AHEAP I THINK I KNOW CHIP EATS SO MUCH SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY COME YA DIPNT WT MB FER A DIME PER A SAUCER CXAMLK LIKE YA USUALLY PO" I'M OM THE MOKE AFFLUENT: BANKERS. BUSINESSMEN... LISTEN, I GOT AS MUCH T'GIVE YAA DIME AS ANY O' THOSE aUCKS! IS A WONPERFUL.