DIES 6f THE POACH'. GUESS I SHOULD WAVE OVEN HIM SOMETHING, BUT THE SMALLEST I HAD WAS A OOXAR BtU- I WfffT BANKRUPT FIVE YeABS A6CXMV WIFE LEFT Vl A\Y HOUSE BURN ED DOWN WvYCARWftS STOLEN IOWEA , M1LUON 7? INTAKES /A\Y OLD PARTNER.' IHAVENT *-r SE6N HIM IN YEARS. WE'RE V AMD HEREARÂ£\/AWPTHr THE \ THE REST OF THE V BELLY POLICE,] STOLEM COINS. A DANCER.' YES.SHE-S A FRIEND OP MY SON. SHE BROUGHT PARTOCTHECONSHERE VOU MWUAVE HER IN MY CUSTODY, OFFICER. T'LL yauetfRKHER./fo.nu,,,; SOM6 WOWW1S 00. SOME JUICY GOSSIP THIS MORNIN',ELUINEY, BUT SHE MflDE ME PROMISE FfllTHFOL NOT TO TB1 flRV ft SOUL ARE YOU IN FOR A L1TERARV SURPRISE f. r THING" HIM IS HE. GOT MORE FLEAS THAN TH' ORD'NAKV MUTT-- THE WONDER DOG.'.'' RAREST ANIMAL IMTHE WORLD - HOWARD OOZE IS THE NAME, AND FAIR Pl-AV IS MV GAME. IN EXCHAMGE FOR VOUP, LIFE SAVINGS I -WINK W HAP, BETTER 0P6.KAT6/ 0/W3WDOO, WAKE UP--) YOU WERE TALXNS -r^ N SOUR SLEEP )--^ CAREFUL ABOUr wvucri TOWER IN ATM, BELGIUM, Â· WHICH LONG HOUSED X PRISONS, HAS North**** Arkamai TIMES, Sat., JUIM 22, 1974 AUKAH*A* KXWD6D 6 CHURCHES Â· IN PRESEBfcDIM PENNsvtvwoiA- coNsrwcrwe- tie/MUSEUM iiMiiHraiiiiiniH^ FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Copper, Aspirin Mixed For Arthritis Relief m^^ Aspirin for the treatment o f . some forms of arthritis has lonÂ£ Dcen recognized for its beneficial effect. In addition to its sain releaving quality, it produces other advantages that oc- cure in the joints themselves. A group of scientists at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center have found a way lo increase the value of aspirin in the treatment of arthritis. Dr. John R. Sorenson has developed a method of adding copper to the aspirin which increases the effectiveness of the aspirin by 20 times. In experimental animals, the results have been amazing. It is hoped that Dr.- Sorenson's excellent result will soon be converted to practical applications in human beings. This newly combined copper- aspirin has an additional value: it minimizes the risks of stomach ulcers. FLU VACCINE The United States and the Soviet Union are working together to find the ideal vaccine against influenza. This disease is still consider ed a universal plague that takes a heavy toll around the world. _.American and Russian scion*, i .isls are pursuing this new pro-,i icct with the same intensity aj'' lher studies by both nations."? Schizophrenia, cancer, stroke'-? and heart disease are only a-i few of the health problems that?"* are the target of the combined;;, study. LOWEST RATE In Czechoslovakia, careful pre-natal screening throughout pregnancy has created the world's lowest infant mortality rate. Women are encouraged to seek medical supervision from-the very moment pregnancy it established. ,,This -is the key lothe ear!)?' recognition of high risk factors"; in pregnancy to insure safety for the mother and for the--child. ttmiMiiimiiiirawiaijiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiaa:TM Look in the section in which SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars, FOR SUN'., JUNE 23 AMES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) situations will bs beyond your control now. so don't try to solve them on your own initiative. Ask advice from a trustworthy source. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Some pleasing surprises in store. You may find, quite unexpectedly, that a hobby or has money-making GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) thinking and adroit action -- innate w i t h you -will be the order of the day. Just one admonition: avoid impulsiveness. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Fine planetary influences encourage your most worthwhile interests. A good day for hurdling obstacles which may have stymied you in the past. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Don't take situations persons for granted now .Be a observer -- especially in financial involvements. Some deception in this regard highly probable. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Don't let -your curiosity get the better of you -- especially in a romantic situation. Too many questions will only yield evasive answers. LIBRA (Sept. 24 lo Oct. 23) Some misleading influences. Carefully screen new acquaintances and don't let even thc| best of friends impose on yom- good nature. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Curb a tendency toward undue suspiciousness. Look into all situations carefully, but do not read unintended meanings 'nto others' words. Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and, while he can- Â·: not undertake to answer each..' one, he will use questions in " his column whenever possible . and when they are of general interest. Address your letters lo Dr. Colem-an in care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. B. JAY BECKER Where there are fairiy equally divided opinions, be careful not to force or press Tor hasty answers on either side. You have an unusual gift for mediation. Use it wisely. CAPRICORN (Dec. Vt to Jan. P e r s o n a l relationships stressed now. In fact, a comparatively new friend could ne responsible for a complete -and better -- change in your outlook. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Some mysterious goings on in your home area could be the preparation of a surprise for you. Don't be inquisitive. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Neptune, highly favorable, stimulates your innate intuition, Hunches and inspirations w i l l be especially accurate during the morning hours. YOU BORN TODAY have been endowed with a fine mind, a delightful personality and one of the m o s t sympathetic and understanding natures in the entire zodiacal spectrum. You are studious and philosophical; have an insatiable curiosity as to what makes things "tick," so research and science are natural fields for your talents. Your humanitarian impulses, coupled with an unusual manual dexterity also fit you for great success as a surgeon or inventor. You love music but would probably pursue it avocationally rather than as a full-time occupation. Writing, teaching and photography are careers to which you should give thorough consideration, but you will probably be happiest in a line which gives you an opportunity for service. Birthdate of: Edward. Duke of Windsor; Irwin S, Cobb. American author.- On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Muter** Individual Championship Play) raiiiiiimraiiiiimniiiiraiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiraiiiimii North dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH * A K Â« 4 3 EAST 4 Q B S V 1 0 7 S Â· 8 5 2 + J 9 S 5 *7 +'19 WEST * J 2 V . 9 8 4 4 . K J 1 0 9 6 4 3 Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS I Bridge triumph 5 Sign of healing 9 Dance step 12 Type of sandwich 13 Sharpen U Hebrew priest 15 Level 16 Among 17 Knock IS Haze II Hebrew letter 29 Rumple 21 Before ZJPast ZS Sliced 28 Lengthier 32 Russian mountain range Â» Seize 34 Himalayan mammals 31 Cubic meters 33 Greek letter 40 Weight 41 Professional tramp 44 Compete 45 And others 50 Kimono sash 51 Nude 52 Pierce 53 Permit 54 Russian name 55 Highway 56 Sense organ 57 Lairs 58 Spiced meat stew DOWN 1 Noah's son 2 Son of Jacob 3 God of war 4 City in Uruguay 5 Disgraced 6 Arrive 7 Beast Avg. solution time: 22 min. Answer to yesterday'f puzzle. 8 Household need 3 South American country 10 Exclamation. 11 Tastes 20 Part of Yugoslavia 22 Note in scale 24 Proceed 25 Headwear 26 Wing 27 Operated 29 Fish 30 Supplement 31 Thing (law) 35 On 36 Barbarian 37 Guides 38 Toward 41 Cavity 42 Comply 43 Morsel 45 Press 47 Implement '43 Russian sea 4S Spartan Queen 51 Offer SOUTH Â»8 + A K 7 6 4 S 2 The bidding: North East Srnth West 2V Pass 3+ Pass 3+ Pass 4 NT Pass 5V Pass 5NT Pass 6V Pass TNT Opening lead - eight of diamonds. This deal occurred in the Life Wasters Pair Championship. South was surprised to hear jarlncr open with a forcing two 3id, considering that he had a solid opening bid himself, and properly or not, he drove the hand to seven nolrump This turned out to be a poor contract and -- as the adverse cards were actually divided -- he grand slam would ordinarily lave failed. But South got lucky on tha hand. With all the excitement of a grand slam permeating the air. East led a diamond -- out if turn! The director was caUed- and he ruled that one of declarer's options under the circumstances was to call for a. diamond lead from West. So West led the Jack of dia-. monds lo South's A-Q and Â· declarer cashed both his diamonds, discarding a spade from dummy, before cashing fivs heart tricks to produce the' ollowing position: NorOi 4 A K I 4 Â»3 Â»10 Wort *J2 Â· K109 *Q Sorth *107 4 A K 7 6 The lead of the deuce of Hearts from dummy completed East's ruin. He could not spare a spade, nor could he spare' a club. He was thoroughly, squezed as a direct result of ; ' His opening lead out of turn. S o South made seven notrump, which was more than . he deserved, but in bridge -- ' as in life --, one learns to take the better with the bitter! PONYTAIL "That is tough luck! You break up with Donald and the next day be gets a summer job at 'Big Jack's Burger Bar'l"_ . WANT ACTION? 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