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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LEIHERIDOE HERA1D Monday, March 27, 1972 "V OUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON .M wii -s Vtuir birthday Imlnv: fol- lowing the host natural course available, this year promises to bnng out quite in some subtly but fumhnnen- laliy tliffcrent situation. Kino- tional tio.s impcrcep- tibly, but with lasting impact. Today's natives eor.i'ctn lliem- selves with the way they express feeling er tlicy imirh or too little. Mechanical aptitudes arc generally good v.ith these j people. AIIIKS (.Man it Jl April 19) i rr.ctful and discussion brings Ihi1 uceci. added benefits. Do suineihing lo make home lile happier for your loved ones. TAURUS (April May j Taking first tilings firsl pays off cis tile impact of well-done' details mounts. Ask coopera- tion, response from now and nld alike. GEMINI Olay 21 .June 101: Test anything that comes lo your attention. Tlwre are a few sound ideas worthy of develop- ment where you dcn'l expect to find any. CANCER (June 21 .Inly Stick with the tried and wpll- fomuled for the day; surprise nobody if you can avoid it. Dili- gence brings its own special reward. LEO (July 23 Aug. Tho earlier you start, the brighter your prospects. Staying close to home-bate works best. There's a lot to do. VIHGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Achieve whatever you can for yourself where exact results arc important. Good will is easier, but not along planned lines of action. L1UIIA (Sept. 23 Oct. Look for hidden or neglected information, mislaid, papers. Se- lect solitary tasks or travel ra- ther than co-operation. SCOKIMt) (Oct. 211 Nov. Whatever is done now will be tnken in an tmexjwctcd, slanted pei sjx'etive unless you get it completely clear as you pro- ceed. .SAGI'ITAIIIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. f'onifilliii no cure for pesky colds Business determines of yotir hcre-and now living than you'd like. You may brief- ly carry more than ycur share. CAl'lllCOHN (Dec. 22 Jan. A tendency lo thrift and tight planning stops progress. Allow (or contingencies anil oth- er people's peculiarities. AQUARIUS (Jon. 20 Feb. Intellectual activitv pre- vails; you acquire valuable in- formation, good counsel, whho achieving much through routine. Delay money changes- I'lSCKS 1'J March With the exception of group and family finances, all subj'-'cls arc open for good, lively dis- ciissEon. Tell your best old stories. Pasi What do you bid7 apadev North's vul- nerable preempt promliei seven which with your vou on the verjja of iramB and make a four level contract reasonably lafc. The probinB Ii worth the effort for, If partner has some spade support, there may be a jrame In that Milt. If he merely returns to four diamonds you may rcllre from the Tl-.e three IparT.r hid Is. of [or linnavista S. Tr.cms (Li '197. Urmavtstri C. Morgan (PC) gain from Lib. Kurgeo and Evans (PC) C34. Hit.kman (PC) 1.777. T, Howe (PC) 622. xTom Doyle Win.sor (L) 717. Fortune R. Val Earle (PC) Kffl, gain from Lib. A. Collins (PC) Grand J. Sen- I ior (PC) Green Pcckford (PC) 12.1, gain from Lib. De- feated former highways minis- ter Starkes. HarlHHtr Young (PC) 56-1, gain from Lib. Dc- featcd former education minis- ler Kitchen. IfarftniFr Main (two mernberO (PC) xWilliam Doody (PC) L. Cheese- man (PC) 860, gain from Ijb. Ihimliir rcast-xThomas C. I-'arrell (PC) II u in her D. Moorcs (PC) Accl. Labrador Woodward (L) 215. Labrador (Joe) Harvey (L) 77. Defeated NL leader Martin. Labrador Rous- seau (PC) 1.6S2, gain from NL. former NL leader Pur- ges s. f'usscll (PC) 39-1. Placentia ,J. AylwErd (PC) 4B3, gain from Lib. Placcnlia Barry (PC) "5, gain from Lib, Port an Stagg (PC) Pott rlc Wil- son (PCi Ml. gain From Lib. SI. liarhe North-Fred Rowc Jr. (D 566. St. 11 a r h r. Ntaynard (PC) Vl'i. St. M. Dlin- phy (PC) St. John's (Ank) Murphy (PC) St. John's xWilliam Marshall (PC) SI. John's East Mickey (PC) St. John's A. Carter (PC) 7.561. St. John's Wells (PC) St. John's Cros- bic (PC) St. Ottcnhei- mcr (PC) Trinity North-Charlie, liretl (PC) 331, gain from Lib. Trinity G. Reid (PC) -100, gain from Lib. W. C. Gilletl (L) 614. While Day Roberts (U rr'6. NOT MINE, 6K J DON'T CAPE WHOSE IT PICK IT WHOSB II'L ABNER-By Al Ccipp PAESIDENT SEEKS LOMG- LOST SOCKS KNITTED ROSS Betsy Ross, who sewed the first American aiso known to have knitted the first American pair of socks, historic relic is missing. Anyone who donates these socks to the Betsy Ross Museum will get a personal handshake from the President himself. H oui'd 90' I i Ke yore personal hand shooKbya genuine natcheral-born President? mar's sumptfiin' ratten'bout this-orttt' Rotten Elf wauldrib ARCHIE-By Bob Montana THERE'S rWORE.TO BETTY, DON'T] IT THAN i IN CAM BABY-Snr FRONT OF WHAT tp swrrcH HE WANTS U TO A N ANOTHER lOtANNa.' NOW....DO VOU KNOW HOW TO-LIFT A BABY UP hi AND LOIS-By Dik Browne HE WANTED A SON SO BADLY. HE KEPT LOOKING FOR A WIFE WHO COULD PRODUCE ONE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ii E SSj THAT'S NOT BAC SYLVESTER! I. THINK I C'N BOOK VA PER THREE DAYS AT TH' BIJOU! HERE: WELL, WHAT ARE YA ;