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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IHl IflHSRIDGE KfitAlD Werfntiday, Motth 25, WO Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, MAUCH 26 Your birthday today: You now hpgi" to make more dif- icult sacrifices of time, money, and conve- nience in working toward an Ideal which has only lately come into TOUT life. The nec- essary energy is readily avail- able. Other people around look to you for guidance or leadership. Romantic and creative ventures enter 'an active phase. ARIKS (March 21-April Depend on your ovn efforts to- day, although yo-J may be hand- ling or be responsible for a great deal of oilier people's re- sources. TAt'Kl'S (April 20-May 20) Smooth out any discrepancies left over from yesterday. People respond to tactful presentation of your ideas. GEMINI (May ll-Jum reasonably clear field is promis ed for your today. Your home can be improved mor than you'd think from presen indications. CANCER (June 21-July Creative pro) e c t s, personal ans spread out. Just be sure ar routine obligations are vered also. LEO (July 23-Aug. Ten- ons ease as you brighten up nd take more initiative. Nan Run Over At Oil She JOUSSARD (CP) Herb Karl Lobenow, 21, of Sask., was killed when run ove by a truck at an oil-drilling si' near this r.orth-central Alber community. Police said I.uhenow w working at the site when large trucked backed ov him. Joussard is on the south shot of Lesser Salve Lake. THE DOCTOR'S MA1LBAG Have 'Spring Fever' Step Up Exereises rttamed to dislodw act. A South played (be Hog et from hii hand intend- to draw the third round of trumps with, .ace, When the ten fell from West'i band, however, North's nira o IXTWJ n I BEAUTIFY THIS 10% 15% 20% 10% 15% 20% 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 ACTIVE TV COLOR, OFF COLOR 19" ELECTROHOME COLOR 22" RCA Handwiied A.F.T. lowboy A.F.T. Inila Vu InsFant On S549 n 5599 COLOR 15" RCA COLOR 25" RCA 23" RCA lowboy VHP and UHF Instant On COLOR 19" RCA -J Automatic Instant On H lowboy Aulomollc Automatic Instant On S749 5499 Bob MouUna 20" M 20" U COLOR 25" ELECTROHOME RCA PORTABLE ELECTROHOME Pio-ict Tuning Aulomalii VHF and UHF I Inllanl VJ Automatic Pierce Files For Election ItELEN'A, MONT. (AP) Republican H e p r e s e ntalive John Pierce of Billings filed or elcclion to an eighth term n Montana's house. Except for the 1959 session, Pierce has been a representa- tive since 1955. Yellowstone County has 12 seats in the bouse. Alsop paying the legisla- tive filing fee at the office of Secretary of State Frank Mur- ray was Arthur Shelden of Libby. Sheldon seeks democra- tic nomination to one of the two house seats in Lincoln County. Big Gems Theft Al New York NEW YORK (AP) Burglars look jewels valued al from Ihe posh Park Avenue a partmcn t of a millionaire stockbroker while he was away for the weekend, police report. Charles Plohri, president of the Charles Plohn ar.d Co. broker- age, police he returned to his IJ-room apartment Monday ami found the gems missing, in- cluding a necklace set wilh M one-carat diamonds. Po- lice said the thief apparently had a key. PASSED IN HIS ON PAFERS? CONSEW.W HI Aim LOIS-By Dik Browna HE BOUGHT HER SONS tPCPCORM Mo A CA.W EW? WHATSWS AB3UTVOI MZT1KS A 6'RL AT THEY SAT REALOOSEANO WHSPERSO SO OOOLOrfT HEAR THEM. AND WHEN HK FATHER CAV.E TO PICK HER I? HE WO BEHi.'.'O JH6 PHONE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal COIOR SPECfAl DEMO 21" RCA Hew Wcirrtinly COLOR 25" RCA I Aulomolic Swivel Bale Instant On 23" RCA Lowboy 2 Speaker! Inslanl On n SALE STARTS THURS. TERMS OPEN THURSDAY Till 9 P.M. 10% 15% 20% 10% 15% 20% Paproski Wins INoniinulion KDMON'TON (CP) Dr. Ken Paproski won the Progres- sive Conservative nomination in the Altala riding of Ed- monton Kir.gsway. The general prac- tilioner brother of Steve Paproski, Con.wrvative MP for Centre beat Roy Wolson, th; party's provincial presidcttl, in a single ballot of H3 votes, results of which were not released. BUGS LUNNY rnuu Hap YA GET IfeEP'T PLAVIK' VER ;