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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THf- LETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, May 4, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE TUESDAY, MAY 5 Your birthday today: The search for greater truth, ser- enity becomes more import- ant in your life in the coming year. Material earnings grow normally once the austerity of the early weeks of tlie year are past. This is not a time for speculative flurry, but ra- ther for a conservative effort to make full use of what has already been achieved. ARIES (March 21 April Close some long pending deal before new thoughts arise and force general reconsideration. You have the chance now to GOBEN ON BRIDGE West North East South Pass 10 IV 30 What do you bid row? BY CHARLES H. GOREN 10 BITU CIlUHTrlUM] ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4J1043 Your partner opens with one spade. What js your re- sponse? jlpadM; hand 5s worth ID points In support of Tirtner'B suit, which brings It lirtly within the ItalU ot raise. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: essume that gams Is out of the question. Q. vulflerabls, as South you 4AJ9 WAG3 Oftl32 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass JO Pass 2 NT Pass What do you bid now? no trcmp. Thopoints jtoEt don't add up to a slam. Tirtner has at most 20 polnU TrtlcH with your 11 total Juit 31. Q. vulnerable, as South you -hold: The bidding has proceeded: West North East Soqlh Pasj 1 Dble. Kdble. Pass Pass i What do you bid row'; no trump. "While you ftave a satisfactory holding with which to offer partner m Tslse, there will be opportunity for Jhat action later on should the tlon become competitive. But mists three HO trump appears your tsat for H game contract en Iramsdlste effort snook! be 3tes3s to tell partner that is prtezrily a balanced one Wfll fairly nattered, Vlluej. Q. vulnerable, u South you hold: OKI 4K1BZ The bidding has proceeded: spades. If-you bid Just three, partner with SORIB weak apado holding may be forced to pass. Ills ability to bid freely xnarantees enough overall strength to make game I reason- able undertaking and your spade iult Js practically self-sufficient. ack, followed by stools that are painful to pass. This will cause even greater holding >ack or it may cause resent- ment and spiteful soiling. Q Our son, 16, got the mumps while away at school and didn't get proper medical attention. As a result, he is deaf n one ear. Is there any way as hearing can be restored? A Mumps is a frequent cause of one "sided deafness tut does not necessarily mean neglect. An ear specialist can determine whether a hearing aid would help your sen. Release Pacifist' Paques PAHIS (Reuters) 'aques, a self-styled "pacifist spy" has been released from rison, sources here said today. Paques, 55, was arrested in 963 and sentenced to life im- risonment in 1964 for spying or the Soviet Union. A civil ervant in the French national efence'secretariat, he became eputy press officer in NATO nd had access to secret infor- nation. The prosecution at his trial aid he had been working for he Russians for 15 years, aques told the court he was a acifist and accepted only small urns of money. His motive was is conviction of "the peaceful itentions of the Soviet Union." Paques's life sentence was ommuted to a 20-year prison Tm in March, 1968. This was iter reduced to a 10-year term. SHEWASTHE THINKING OF MARY AWN EMSAGEO D1LBY HONESTLY. DAGWOOb, 1 YOU CANT1 AKIYTHINS STRAIGHT.' UKETIiE Mort Walker LOCK MS UP HAD K.R FOK 9TftAl6HT PAYS.' JUST BEETLE LVINS POWN FOR HIS KliSHTS ASAIH SIR LTL ABNER-By A! Capp oMA) HUMAER DUE TO THAT OVERDOSE OP BOONE RECORDS, SHE'S IM A Wf AKEHIP IF SHE DOESN'T 1AKE NOURISHMENT- VOU BETTER MAKE HER, PADDY DIVORCE Bob Montani WU STICK BLACK I DIDN'T -S. THREAD FINISH MV YOUR 'HOMEWORK.' J ...WHAT'S VOUR. SCHEME? PUT -VCUR PAPER ON HER DESK.'AND WHEN SHE ISNT LOOKING.... YOU PULL. IT SHE'LL THINK SHE LOST HEY, I'M PASSINS IM MY HOMEWORK, MISS SRUNDY.' HI AND Dik INTO VISIT CZECHS PRAGUE {Reuters) Soviet o m m u n i s t chief Leonid I. rezhnev and Premier Alexei osygin were named SaUirday s leaders of a Soviet delegation xpected here next week to sign new treaty of friendship with zechoslovakia. Prague radio lid the delegation would be TO "next without men- >ning the day. ALARMED, arr. DADDY HAS SEfeW SAVINS THAT FDR YEARS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal SHAU.IPANCE? OUSeUf-IELtdDKES? BUGS BUNNY BUGS SHOULD BE OUT MOMENTARILY TO OFFER ME A FgEE MEAL. IF I'LL PLAYING THAT'S A CATCHY TUNE, SYLVESTER! HOW ABOUT PLAYIN' ANOTHER CHORUS? ;