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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 _ YHl LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May J, YOUR HOROSCOPE SUNDAY, MAY 3 Your birthday today: The year ahead requires you to find a new perspective on life, the other fellow and how he lives, where your compe- titive enterprises are bading you. Much of what is impor- tant in your life now must be done alone. In many fields of professional activity, this is the year to put your ideas and experience into a book. ARIES (March 21 April Make a good showing in your chare of the community's Sun- day customs. The rest of the day is complex, requiring care with expenses. TAURUS (April 20 May Take the conservative course. Letting well enough alone is in itself an art form. GEMINI (May 21 June Older people, chronic tensions art important in this Sunday's story. There's no point in worry as you take all the normal pre- cautions. CANCER (June 21 July Your sensitivity is acute today, so make extra allowances for others. OJder people around you need attention, special expres- sion of your feelings and opin- ions. LEO (July 23 Aug. Prepare for a moderate day of relative inactivity, curbing im- patience over pending develop- ments. Other people's concerns get in the way, even ordinary routines. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Don't insist on pressing for so- cial or material gains this Sun- day. Count your blessings in- stead. Catch up with the odds and ends of chores that got left out in the rush of the past week. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Your most constructive course is to make the best use of wha_t you have at hand, for immedi- ate needs. Be aware that most of what you do is likely to up- set or stir other people to atti- tudes and actions they don't us- ually take. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Faith, hope and charity begin at home this Sunday. Take heed for your own welfare, then spread to protect and improve the chances of those you care about. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. zz-iJCC. Dec. Prepare for Ol View us an argumum. Relax, let people find the facts rary delays it seems whatever you want to do is J a n. 20 Fob. ready being done by What seems to you a mi- else. Waiting your turn can temporary adjustment may a rewarding experience if out to be a major revi- see it that way and make for somebody else. T he of the you make today are ir- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 and probably perma- Nobody wants to with you while you press (Feb. 19-March American Society NEW YORK (AP) The Hammond and Dr. Oscar bacco Institute charged day the American Cancer do not intend to ask that ety is withholding scientific data from a study in which the two eminent men submit their findings to any selected cer Society said cigarette chosen by the To- produced lung cancer in Institute, or other "Let the experiment am! Iks results be evaluated by a Thsir work will be judged in the traditional man- of scientists expert in pathology, experimental design and cancer the institute said, "and let this group decide the validity of the Cancer of American science, where findings are presented, discussed, accepted or rejected by scientists and physicians whose only motivation is the truth." Cullman said the Tobacco In- will launch an advertis- The Cancer Society said campaign against the Can- was preparing a Society and said it was con- On Feb. 5, the Cancer some kind of legal ac- announced at a news if the society continued to that researchers had results of the study in its lung cancer in beagles that campaign. smoked cigarettes through opening in their throats. At a news conference Coal day, Joseph F. Cullman, chairman of the institute's Blaze committee and chairman of the board of Philip Morris Inc., said the society has turned down Out requests from the institute CITY, MONT. (AP) make available such Ouster County authorities as tissue specimens and an underground fire lo- WANT THIRD in an abandoned coa "We Cullman 12 miles east of here is "that an independent panel extinguished. scientists should review fire began New Year's in a mine that also was In a letter to Cullman, site of a county civil de- liam B. Lewis, chairman of shelter for Miles City res board of the Cancer said of the study by Dr. E. spokesman for the sheriff's GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOHEN 1C Wit Ctlim TUMI WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. As South, vulnerable, nu told: AJU43 6A97 Your partner opens with CM spade, What Is your wspcnse? J-Neithervnlncrable, u Couth you hold: The bidding has proceeded: Vert North East South Pan Pass Fail 1 tut IV Pass T What do you bid now? Q. Neither M South you hold: OUR WNTER TM (SOWS TO BNISH VOU THERE WEREN'T SONS BE AW OTHER VvlNTERS SHORT RIBS-BT Frank O'Neal THE WAL PAVMASTCR PA55EP AWV. BUGS BUNNY ;