Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 19, 1973 · Page 20
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 19, 1973
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I HAP A 6REATTIM£ W W HAVE A 6000 TIME SKI1N6? ALL ON OTHER PEOPLE; Jg UZ IS WM KINS *^POWH 1UE STREET MINDING BUSINESS, WHEN~ i.E$5se'»w0£ WE COUIP VNO^SIB/ YMSSSS WE cot/to CUT TUB TEETH POWN A U'li ·· \ I WANTS ' SORT \Vg MISHT EVBN BEPUCe TH6M A/MW UPPER PANfi AMD ONE NOW, wne« i WANT* wese TEBTWS \6 INMV OTHER BUTTERFIY. / OH- WOULD VOU FELLERS LIKE FER ME V TOSWTH' \ BLESSIN'? MflW'SOFFIW TWIN FORKS VISITIN HER SISTER-AN'I'M COOKIN'SUPPER FER ME flN'jUGHAID SflV 1TOU6R PflRSON-I'MTH' ONETHflT'S GOT TO EAT IT SNUFFV.' WHflT flRE WE HAVEA »,0-MILLION-DOLLAR,X AW WARNS VO'"-BLASriM'AW'DIC3SIW'OW U.S.GRAMTTOF3UILDHOUS1MG J IT IS BOUWD TO IRRITATF IT "' -- FORTMEUNDERPRIVILEQEP- - -OH "IRRITABLE. MOUNTAIN'.' NOTHING DELIGHTS THE AFFLUENT OF HVIDEELSPORT LIKE A CHANCE TO DO GOOD -WITH SOMEONE ELSE'SMONEV- IN SOMEONE ' ELSE'S WEIGH BORHOOD -- AMD THE (5LUE is THAT WAY HOW IN UCK. DID YOU LOCO TO CLIMB TRS? OKAY/ \.OCO'. THE is THAT WAY WHICH ARE. you SOIN6 TO £50} , YEAH; i COULD IT TO THE 6ENERAU CALLED AlE TO WELL, THAT EXPLAIN* THAT/ WEREN'T YOU 3O1MS TO (5JVE 8BETLE A DAGU'DOO 8UMSTEAO 1 SHOULDN'T HAVE Believe fl orJVbt/ T'PPi)' A TOMCAT OWNED / MACK KITCHEN of- Concord, Calif:, WAS LOST ON A TRIP TO ORKON BUT FOUND ITS WAY HOME -TRtfiftMS 400 MlitS W 6O DAYS, OKSSWS 2 MOUNTAlHS, MCAKLY lOOMIlfS OF OfSCtir AND ZBKIDSfS A ROCKING .STONE mLuisenburg, CALLED "NAPOLEON'S HffTBECAUSE Of US SHAPE~7KTf«S MSTRONG U/MOS ^POLITICIAN WHO NEVER SHOOK HANDS WITHAWTER ! DURING HIS ENTIRE 2 TERMS AS U.S. PRESIDENT . f If USED TO SHAKE HANDS ! HE ALWAVS BOWED - IN THE BELIEF THAT A HANDSHAKE WAS BtHBffH A fRKIDCNTS DISHIT/ FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope I!llll!lllll!l!llllll!lltll[||iVlllini!llllllllillllllU!l!!llll[||||;ill]|||||l!lllll« Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according ;o the stars. FOR TUES., FEB. 20, 1973 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Stellar influences favor the accomplishment of difficult asks, the handling of tedious but vital details. An active day indicated, but don't scatter energies. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Some planetary restrictions: hold off on business letters, s t a t e m e n t s , making final decisions. A factor you took for granted may be absent. More propitious aspects in 48 hours. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You may. have to alter directions now. Don't fight necessary changes -- especially in plans involving future security. Your ship can come in -- if you provide/the rudder. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Any so-called "information" you receive should be subjected to careful scrutiny. Some misleading influences prevail. Also, be careful to distinguish between genuine inspiration and mere wishful thinking. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Avoid tendencies toward overindulgence and contrariness. You can accomplish much if cooperative, and if yon refuse to let frivolity interfere with necessary obligations. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Some situations may seem troublesome, but you should be able to improve here and there -- even spectacularly in certain areas. Use your innate good judgment. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Dispositions and emotions will be a big factor in day's results To achieve goals, you will need the cooperation of others, so don't be aggressive or try to orce issues, thus alienatin; hose who could help. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Some good luck in busines nterests indicated. This wil herefore, be an excellent perio n which to evaluate you progress as of now and mak new plans for the future. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) Your ability to see beyond th surface a boon now. You ca ?ain by capitalizing upon som information come upon une pectedly. Don't- hesitate to upon this knowledge. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) What you feel is a certainl could be more of an illusion so take a second look. Betle ;o change plans now, necessary, than to be sorr later. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 A challenging day! Ne- opportunities indicated, chance to give more rein to you creative abilities. You can wi new laurels through your swif unorthodox methods. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Pisceans are noted for the extraordinary intuition, a gi which will prove invaluab now. A hunch could send y o off into entirely new direction -- with ultimate benefit an profit. YOU BORN TODAY, in th Pisces, are a most interestin individual. Your intuition is ou s t a n d i n g , your memorj remarkable. You are talente and ambitious, but sometime lose confidence in yourself an your goals. Try to acquire mor faith in the things which yo inherently believe for, at h best, the Piscean can overcom all obstacles and achieve almo anything he desires. My husband insists thati heneyer he eats shrimp with i iodine taste he develops a Trible migraine. Of course, we have stopped uying the shrimp, but can ther fish do the same thing? Mrs. S.J.A..N.Y. ear Mrs. A.: Migraine headaches are one f the most distressing and onfusing complaints brought to the attention of the doctor. A real many misconceptions xLst about migraine headaches, mostly because their description often so vague and in- onclusive. Vascular h e a d a c h e s a n d cluster" headaches are often s e d interchangeably with migraine because so many of symptoms resemble each ther. It is astonishing how ften people burdened with migraine recognize some of the actors that trigger its onset. TRIGGERS HEADACHE There is no doubt that some oods and some types of alcohol may set off a migraine e a d a c h e . A substance yramine, is found in high oncentration in some cheeses n chicken livers, and in lerring. It is well known tha yramine may be a responsible actor. I t is highly possible herefore, that foods like shrimp may contain a substance tha ·our husband is sensitive to. I s fortunate to be able to fine an offender so that it can be avoided. Not everyone can pinpoint the basic problem a ·our husband has. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1. Farm building S. Evil 8. Rodent 12. Entrance 13. Goddess of infatuation 14. Frosts 15. Twists 17. Part of Greek tetra- chord 18. Sea bird 19. Louisiana parish 21. Ward off 24. Dyer's yat 25, Bulgarian coins 28. Spouses 30. French season 31. Femurs 32. Consume 33. Magician 35. Be concerned 36. Newts 37. Brother of Moses 38. Italian seaport 41. Fortify 42. Earthy deposit 43. Grants 48. Wings 49. Fojrth caliph 50. Noise of surf on shore 51. Grasped 52. French article 13. Culture medium DOWN 1. Indian 2. Artificial language 3.-- Yutang 4. Aquatic mammals 5. Farm building 6. Siamese coin 7. Schemer 8. English dramatist 9. Genus of maples 10. Genitive, of Cetus 11. On the ocean 16. Table scrap 20. Mrs. Truman Average lime of jolulion: 26 mm. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 21.Fish sauce 22. Interdiction 23. Level 24. First- class items 26. Of cortex 27. Set upright 28. Edible rootstock 29. British gun 31. A kind of leather 34. Congealed 35. A chamber 37.Circle segment 38. Oriental nurse 39. Masculine 40. Inland sea 41. Cuckoos 44. Madrid cheer 45. Samoyed 46. Greek letter 47. A weight (India) a 3 42" ?" sF 16 19 20 14 S3 28 Z-13 0 · NerthweM Arkanto* TIMES, ivrrryiu.ii Men., N*. 1», 19X3 mBHBMffllWMinlN^ ESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Fish May Start A Migraine iniiiiiiieniiiiiiuiiHigiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiHiiiiH I have been told that thera re injections to cure a hernia if the groin. Mrs. K.R., Ohio Dear Mr. R. I know of no injection echnique that will repair a lernia or rupture of the groin. There are, of course, many different types of hernia. The ;ize of the hernial opening may /ary, and the discomfort produced may determine the exact nature of treatment. Far too many people are tempted to use trusses and other mechanical devices in an [fort to avoid surgery. OPERATION BEST An operation induces great anxiety in many people and therefore they are tempted to seek non-operative forms of .reatment. The great danger is :hat delay can convert a simpl* nernia into a complicated one. Your own doctor and surgeon, after thorough examination, can best evaluate the ideal treatment for your case. Do doctors deliberately make their handwriting illegible? I am a pharmacist and sometimes it is hard even for m« to read a prescription. M.F.,Ore. Dear Mr. F.: The popular belief that th« illegible handwriting of a doctor is all part of a scheme to keep prescriptions a mysterious secret from the patient is not valid. Pharmacists do such a fine job of deciphering that I wonder whether they take courses in this art! B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) ll!ll!lllllllll!!llllll!ll!llllll!llllllllllini!ll!lll!lllllllll!ll!lil!llll!l!illllll[!llin^ East dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * K 9 7 * A K Q J 5 A A 6 5 4 WEST * A 5 2 » 10 9 7 * 9 4 * K 10 9 7 2 EAST V K 4 2 4 8 7 3 2 * Q 8 3 SOUTH * J 10 6 4 V - A Q J 6 5 3 « 106 * J The bidding: East South West North Pass Pass . Pass 1*' Pass 1* Pass 2*. Pass 2 V ' Pass 2 NT Pass 4* Opening lead - two of spades. There are hands where almost anyone would make a particular contract, while a first-rate declarer would unquestionably go down. Consider this deal, played in a match between the Blue Team and the Dallas Aces. Everything was peaceful at the first table, where the Italian North-South pair m a d e five hearts after West led a club. Declarer won the ace, took a trump finesse and played the ace and another trump. The only tricks'he lost were a trump and a spade. But at the second table the American declarer went down n four hearts! Here Garozzo, playing with Forquet, chose a low spade at his opening shot. South (Jim Jacoby) followed low from dummy, losing to East's queen. A spade back to the ace was followed by a spade to the king, Jacoby took a trump finesse and continued with the ace. West playing the 9-10 in that order. Had Jacoby led another trump at this point, as most players would do, he would have made the hand. But he very reasonably placed East with the K-7 of trumps and took s t e p s to overcome that possibility. He played a club to the ace, ruffed a club, led a diamond to the ace, and ruffed another club. Then he led a diamond to the king and continued with the queen, discarding the jack o f spades. This highly sophisticated plan of play would have succedei admirably had Forquet's hand consisted of: '. * Q 8 3 V K 7 4 2 4 7 3 2 * Q 8 3 Unfortunately, G a r o z z o showed up with the seven of trumps instead of Forquet and, as a result, the contract went down one. PONYTA1L I know he likes me a lot... last night he looked into my eyes the same way he looks into the refrigerator!" TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results Try'em. Just Dial 442-6242,

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