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I'M TOAVOIDNASTIMESS )1 VOF5K MAJESTY If LEAVING FOR NEW WITH THE BLOOMER ^CITV '.' ) YORK CITY TOMORROW TOO -OK! FLIGHT REND, HER MAJESTY'S GOVERWMEMT IS G1VIKSG VOL) A fPf,E TRIP TO A SAFE PtACE-- WHAT'S THAT?/ YOU TRY TO B5 MORE ACCURATE BUT, DSAR-.-THIS ISNT I CANT EVEMGEfMYBLAHS ( ON THE RIGHT CAY ' WOW DO YOU LIKE I'VS GOT THE ) MONDAY BU.AHS 12 ArkanM* TIMES, Tuw., May J1, W4 Â·AYITTCVII.I.K, AUKANM* JAMES KIRKMAN of STAlNlMft M.AMD, WHOSf HORSE WAS WOUNDED NTHt BATTLE OF Culloden Scotland, LIFTED THE ANjMftL OFF ITS FEET 'AMD CARRIED IT TO AH AD STATION -A lOAP OF -A MILE FROM WE NfARfST PIER Â£ubiTM"fed by 5SÂ§ JJI|oo^r-~-!T^-"~' , 1,200 POUNDS! IN WONTEPULCIflMO, ITALY HAS EM8KDED1W ITS MASONRY WALLS- ETRUSCM fUNEKAl. ORN LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D Sodium Is Culprit In Salt-Free Diet imiimiÂ«imiiiiiÂ»iiiÂ«nÂ«^^^ FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope WJiat foods must be avoided in a salt-free diet? Mrs. L.S. Fla. Dear Mrs. S.: Salt is chemically known as sodium. It is the sodium that is the important factor that must be eliminated in a salt- free diet. Bacon, brains, kidneys, sau sages, smoked meats, smoked ish. shellfish and seasoned sauces are among the obvious oods to avoid. Vegetables canned with oreservatives. catsup, horseradish and sauerkraut are usually banned in a salt- free diet. AVOID SODIUM Foods and drinks preserved with sodium benzoate are less obvious, but should be avoided, too. Carbonated drinks contain far more sodium than is normallj recognized. Pretzels, cereals breads and cakes made with baking soda are hidden sources of sodium. At first, a salt-free diet seems to be a punishment with too many HmrUtions There a r e many excellent salt substitute;, available which give flavor to the food. My wife says she hears voices Look in the section in which your birthday comes and Find what your outlook is, according to the stars FOR WED., MAY 22, 1874 ARIES (Mar. 21 lo Apr. 20) Shun controversies which merely lake up time and dissipate energies. Change your mode of approach if the occasion demands. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Ixiok below the surface for more leads which will help you solve problems, get ahead faster in your occupation. Creative pursuits highly favored. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You may face some resistance, obstacles you had not anticipated. But can find ways to skirt them. Largely, it will dpened upon your perception, good reasoning and foresight. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Be alort: A thoughtless move conld have more repercussions than yon could possibly imagine. Emphasize your steadfastness, practicality. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Restlessness or overzealous- ness could send you off too readily on a detrimental bent, a truly wrong turn. Slop, look and listen before taking ans action. VfRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Mixed influences. Organize talents and know-how to promote current interests more efficiently. You may be looking (oo far ahead at the moment. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Steady does it now. If a plan or strategy is not bringing the results you desire, change maneuvers. Listen to suggestions, but sift well before accepting. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 lo Nov. 22) Stress discipline and selforv trol. This will be a period of hat keep giving her instrue. ions. We had some trouble in he family. I thought her proh- em was due to that, but it eems to be getting worse. Does such a condition ever burn itself out? Mr. T.M. Wash. Dear Mr. M.: Hearing voices may be onÂ» of Ihe symptoms of a deeply rooted psychological disturbance. The activation of these symptoms by family trouble may ba simply coincidence. You cannot base the future happiness and health of your wife on speculation lhat this condilion will disappear. Even .f it does. Ihe likelihood is gerat Lhat other evidences of psychological disturbances will present themselves. SEEK HELP You musl not permit a great deal of time lo go by without seeking help from your physician and a psychiatrist or psychologist he will recommend. Mature adults do not feel thai Ihe need for psychological support is any different front (he help they need for a physical disorder. iharp competition, so there's no room for self-complacency or ethargy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) While Jupiter, your planet, is in excellent position, you may have to deal with others who are not so lucky. Be understanding, tactful. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Finalize pending matters, tie up loose ends, but do not rush anything which requires longer study and more attention. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Control emotions. There will be lendencies lo exaggerate, to lose temper. Be especially lact- Ful in dealings with business associates. PISCES (Feb. 20 lo Mar 20) Don't rest on past laurels- You can meet and. in certain areas, surpass competition. Be careful not tn press too hard at the wrong time, however. YOU BORN TODAY are an idealist, a deep Ihinker a n d humanitarian in all your impulses. Selflessness, in fact, is the keynote of your life and you are never happier than when helping others whether materially or spiritually. As are most Goininians. your versatility is outstanding and your talents cover a wide range indeed. You could excel at music, painting (in'water colors especially) and sculpture. Science may also attract yon and. in this field you could do especially well in geology, archeology or engineering. Real estate would also be a fertile field for your talents. Traits to curb: mocxli- ness and tendencies toward undue loss of temper. Birthdalc of: Sir Laurence Oolivier, Brit stage and film star; Arthur Conan Doyle. Eng. author (creator of 'Sherlock Holmes.") llllllinillllllNH^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) IIIIIHIIIIIllllllllinilM^^ South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * A Q 8 Â» 7 6 4 3 + A JG2 WEST EAST . * J 9 5 2 4 K 1 0 6 4 V 10 9 8 . V A K Q 5 2 Â« 8 4 Â» 9 7 * 10 973 + Q 5 SOUTH *73 V J * A K Q J I 0 5 2 + K 8 4 The bidding: South West North East 5 Â« Pass Pass Pass Opening lead - ten of hearts. When a contracl depends solely on Ihe favorahle distrihu- :ion of a suit or Ihe success of a finesse, ill! you can do !s hope lhal the Fates will be \inri lo yon. However, some hands lhat seem to depend on l u c k can be salvaged by good play. The lick clemenl can he reduced at the same lime as the chance of success is increased. Look at his hand where South is in five diamonds and Wesl leads a heart. East wins and Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 "Alkali" of western U.S. 4 Graceful dance 8 Thrash 12 Jackie's spouse 13 Inland sea 14 Wash 15 Climax 17 Gabor and Bartok IS Hastens 19 Extol 20 Garb of graduates # Contend 24 Toward the mouth 25 Disappears 29 Some 30 Travel charges 31 Bore 32 Abhors 34 Vedic god 35 Med, school subject SSAfaou ben -- 37 Marble flooring slab 40 Seth's brother 41DU1 plant 42 Gary Cooper film 46 Bellow 47 Medley 48 Twisted 49 Not burdensome 50 Biblical, name 51 Bishopric DOWN 1 Stadium cheer 2 Son of Gad 3 Traffic ' arteries 4 Detests 5 Popular author S Young . boy 7 Malt drink S Bends 9 Pelee output 10 Elliptical 11 Exploit 16 Stag's mate UFinials Avg. solution time: 24 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 20 Prod , 21 French ! river 22Proofr reader's mark , 23 Single ' units 25 Ducts 26 Ankle-high laced boots- 27 Sea bird 28 Examine rapidly 30 Delicate 33 Worthless '34 Arabian gulf .M Loathe 37 Challenge 38 Wild ox 39 Meadows 40 Exchange premium 42 School dance .Â« French island 44 Crude metal 45 American humorist plays another heart, whicS oulh ruffs. There's no denying that South low has an excellent shot at .he conlracl. He can draw .rumps, play the K-x of clubs jnd finesse the jack. If the jack wins, he is home. Even if it oscs, he may find the cluha divider! 3-3 and. failing lhat, he Â·nay find thai Ihe spade finesse will work. All these possibililies added ogelher make Soulh a huge 'avorite for Ihe conlracl. Yel, as Ihe cards lie, he would go down by pursuing this course of play. lie would lose both 'inesses and suffer a one-trick defeat. However, Soulh has a belter ehance to get home hy varying tiis play slighlly. Afler drawing A-K of clubs, deliberately spurning Ihe finesse. In the actual case this safety play succerts, since East, has tha doubleton queen. Note that rejecting the finesse docs not hurt Soulh's chances one hit. Thus, had East held x-x of clubs instead of Q-x declarer would stilj make the hand by later playing towards the J-x in dummy and so establishing the game-going trick. The point is that a club finesse is unnecessary if West has the queen and hence should nol be attempted. The maximum chance is attained by refusing the finesse. PONYTAIL s-u. i reaiiy oroKe Hobie s heart when I solit ID dldntdate another girlfor threewboSj HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Reader* respond more quickly uul favorably given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach yoa. A1wayÂ» in*ert your telephone number or your name and ftddren. It you do not have regular hours, give a preferred tiro* to tunrÂ« pro*pÂ«ctft call you. 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