Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 1, 1974 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 1, 1974
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CASf 3V SOOD ViiJRK ASOLW CRAWL OVER AND GST FROM PLEASE, PLEASE, I OR I UOMY KMOV WHO WON/ COME YOU SILLY J THE PISHT BUT I THINK THE SET IS GOING TO LOSE BY A KK'OCKOUT TrIS SET WENT OUT IM TA= LAST ROUNO OF THE FISHT/ Bclicvo H or Afot/ A REDWOOD THE ELKVAUEYCUTOfF NEW CRESCENT CITY CALifi, LIES ON THE GROUND AND NO LON6ER HAS ROOTS--X?7 /4- 7KCES ARE GKOHIHG WUH/T , CHJKEd« GRAMMOWT-CADEROOSSE Illliumi HHHIIIIIIKHIIIIIIinilllll«|l|H!|lll!«D Hill l«lir,!«!l!IN!lllllllllll[[ll!HI lllllliniNIHNMMII LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Aspirin May Be Rx For Heart Attacks 3-LE66ED TABIE BECAUSE THE CRACKLING- SOUND or HEW CORREtiCY XMK7CED HIM,- WtTH A THE VII. USE Of . LING IN SOMERSET, ENSlAND.WflSUSEDBY KINS- ALFRED, MONARCH OP THE WEST SAXONS, WHILE HIDING FRDM.MUKH W/ffiB® 1100 YEARS AGO RANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope North**** Arkonwi TtMB, Sot.. Jon* T, 1974 The importance of aspirin as beneficial drug has never been underestimated. Except "or people who are prone to stomach ulcers and those who lave some bleeding tendency, aspirin still remains one of the most frequently used drugs. N o w . researchers have released important new studies :hat suggest that aspirin may be significant in the prevention of coronary heart attacks and stroke. LAR;K DOSKS This concept originated when it was f o u n d that patients treated win large closes of aspirin for rheumatoid arthritis seem to have a lower frequency of heart attacks. Two separate g r o u p s of scientific investigators, one from Wales and the other from Boston, recently released interesting statistics to substantiate this idea. Although the reports are n o t entirely conclusive, there sufficient interest to Warrant extending the study. The project would involve a large egment of the population, to eek proof that aspirin ma avc a useful effect in t h e Itimate prevention of some ypes of heart attack. Because aspirin is such Look in the section in which ·our birthd.ay comes and find vhat your outlook is, according to the .stars. FOR SUN., J U N E 2, 1974 \RIKS (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Mixed influences. Do not get nto controversy that would only ead to chaos, but do discuss matters calmly. You can reach lappy solutions. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Certain offerings will be attractive; others out of line: All should be investigated tho- ·oughly. Don't mix business with pleasure unwisely. jEMINf (May 22 to June 21) Your personality should at- .racl those who can aid you n fulfilling ambitions. You will 'ind that many are interested, concerned. Just be sure that you express yourself in an articulate manner. CANCER Clime 22 to July 23) As with Gemini, yuu. too, sboulr) finrt cooperation in fulfilling neds. Personal relationships nuclei 1 excellent influences. Travel also favored. LEO (July 2J to Aug. 23) You could run into some trying situations if you speak out of (urn or act. unthinkingly, so stress good will and keep wits sharp. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Ho not hesitate to ask questions. There could be some surprising answers, otherwise unavailable. Evaluate carefully; take nothing as positive without due research. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Stellar influences stimulate your intellectual and artistic leanings. Capitalize on he smart ideas and comprehensive follow-ups for which the Libran is noted. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Your forceful expressions are usually potent assets but emotions may tend to reach the soiling point now, so guide speech and self dexterously. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec, 21) A problematic day. much depending on your mood ant your approach. You, have plentj of planetary backing to carrj out worthwhile plans and activities, however. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Not all you look at will be as you see it. Ask someone else what he thinks of matters and you will view a whole new picture. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) The importance you attach to some things may have to be shifted to more pertinent matters, but don't let fear ol change hamper your effors, PISCES (Feb. 20 lo Mar. 20) Your imagination stimulated but don't go to extremes in anything. Be especially careful on the social front where you couk overtax yourself. YOU BORN TODAY are an extremely outgoing individual always ready [or action anc never satisfied with mediocre accomplishment. Actually, you, are a perfectionist at heart, bu this constant striving for the highest degree of excellence often brings on anxieties ant nervous tension. You mus learn to relax. Governed b Mercury, you love travel and as a child of the "wingec messenger," may have ar absorbing interest in aviation 01 any branch of the communi cations media. You could also excel as an actor, musician scientist, inventor or novelist Birthdate of Thomas Hardy renowned Eng. author; Si: Edward Elgar. composer; Popi Pius X; Johnny Weissmuller noted swimmer and film sta ("Tarzan"). Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Peruse 5 Aged 8 Bristle 12 Italian river 13 Frightening sound 14 Furnace · 15 A nerve center 17 Cozy retreat 18 Platform 19 Restricts 21 Ova 24 Perform 25 Alan -28 Word with arc or safety 30 Winnow 33 Undivided 34 French city 35 Home of the brave (abbr.) 36 Twitching 37 Man in Genesis 38 Frolic 39 Choose 41 Leander loved her « Pat 46 Cavities 50 Exclamation 51 British party member 54 City in Texas 55 Past 56 Ferber 57 Payments 58 Evergreen tree 59 Bellow DOWN 1 Roof ing slates ZEram, eras,-3 -- Karenina * Followed closely 5 Kimono sash 6 Card game '7 Spanish titles 8 -- boom 9 Momentous 10 Examine 11 Insects IS Limb Avg. solution time: 21 min. SH A' TMEILILIS (SDH HSU EO aama HBHUQ saaiia HKK HEJUE Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 20 Faucets 22 Happy 23 Wife of Abraham 25 Biblical character 2« Blackbird 27 Adorn 29 Marcel Marceau, for one 31 King of Judah 32 Negative 34 O'Brien, etal. 38 Needier 40 Nuisances 42 Greek letter 43 Young cow 44 Medicinal plant 45 Kill 47 Italian resort 48 Volcanic mountain .49 Scorch 52 Time of life M Ribbon ornament readily available drug, there may be a temptation for somu people lo go on a si-'li- established regime of daily doses. This, of course, r-lmuld lot be done without the specific supervision of a doctor. The warning to cook all porfe thoroughly, unlil it is white, i.t o c c a s i o n a l l y careleisls; overlooked. T h e trichinella spirali.s, responsible for trichinosis, still presents a sizeable ihreat lo people who have eaten con- laminalcd pork. Previously, a very complicated, time-consuming lest for trichinosis was the only one availab.e PORK TEST Now. Dr. Dickson Despomiei'v of the Columbia Presbyterian! Medical Center, and Dr. Milos Muller of Rockefeller University in New York, have tleviscd a brilliant test which can determine the nresrmce of trichinosis within an hour. The importance of this, of course, is lhat early treatment' can be started to avoid com-' plications of this disease. OT course, prevention of trichinosis by thorough cooking is even more important. niiiiiHininMiiiiiiiiHniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintniiiiinnniniiiiiiNiiiinuiNiiiiiiiiiiiii^^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) lll!l!IIIHII!ll!l!l«l!l!llllllllllllllll!IUIIIHIII!!IMIU!!!l!il[||||l!llll!M T orth dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH V 8 7 » A K J 9 4 + J 65 WEST * J 4 ' A Q 1 0 6 2 * Q M 5 3 * 4 2 SOUTH *K 108 EAST * Q 9 6 5 2 V K J 9 5 « 8 7 2 +3 + A K Q » 9 7 3 Thebitkfing: North East South West 1 * 2 * Pass Pass 2 + 3 NT Pass Opening lead -- six of hearts. Many players suffer from a malady called notrumpilis when they are dealt a long and strong minor suit. Granted that six or seven winners in a suit are a wonderful nucleus for notrump game, there still e.xists ^he problem of snatching nine tricks before the opponents snatch five. Here's a typical case. Soutli was surely right to think in lerms of at least a game when his partner opened the bidding vith a diamond. But his tactics )ackfii'cd when lie leaped impulsively to thi'cc tiotrump over .wn diamonds. East-West promptly cashed 'ive hearl tricks to put declarer :!own one in band where he could have marie five clubs with 100 honors. Instead of scoring plus of 700 (minis, South .iveift minus 1UI) for a loss of HOD )oinls. This lyju 1 of happening occurs occasionally in games tvherc there is a tendency for ii player willi a long minor suit :o act precipitously without bothering lo check whether or not uolrump is the right spot. Such players Tail to realize t h a t the shortest route is not necessarily Hie best way home. It is cerlainly true that in the great majority of hands where either five clubs or diamonds can he made one can also make three notrump. But lhat in it.self is tiot a good reason for failing to investigate the minor suit game when the nutrump game is in doubt. In the present case. South should have made a convenience bid of two spades over two diamonds in order lo invite North to l)id notrump with a heart stopper if be had one. North would almost certainly have responded three clubs and South, warned twice of the bole hearts, could then liave leaped with confidence to five "Hey, is it Irue what my sister says two nickels to rub together?" 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