Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1969 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1969
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1ttM*wwt Ariwum TIMU, Srtwfay. wirtfviua Miumu* Br UUttB L. COUGMAKi M.D. Good News In Medicine I KNfWIHEAKDUnNtt! 3 , TW 6ROURR . (Epmeptwlus stratus) HAS IfS TEETH AND MOUTH CLEANED BY LITTLE FISH THAT BIGGER FISH'S MOUTH AND LEAVE THROUGH ITS GILLS adequate attacks?' TAKE A SW'-C -1 MEAN - A LCTTEB. PEA.* KNEES -OOPW- OBAO JOWN : PLEASE SEND A «UA1?E O~-- IVE GOT A\V DIPLOMA AND I'A\ BEADy TO BE AN EXECUTIVE .' TERMITE NESTS nCajion SIMKDUNESMM6MJ7B 19, 1M» · 11 it* Hmiei«Miii»^^ FRANCIS DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope iB»imraia«^^ Look in the section in which your birthday conies and find what your outlook is, according to the stars, FOR MONDAY, APRIL 28 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 You can take chances but will have to walk the straight line in others. Confidential matters, merchandising and artistic pursuits especially favored. APRIL 21 to MAY 21 (Taurus) --Pursue the quiet way to fore- wasted But listen, as you go along, to those who have worth- patient for those results that 1 come more easily if you are unperturbed. NOV. 23 to DEC. 21 (Sagittarius) entirely - This may not be an comfortable period. MAY 22 to JUNE 21 (Gemini) --Submerge emotions and permit ideas to nurture, f, r o w. Accomplish with dispatch and efficiency, but eliminate reckless haste. New opportunities in the offing. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer --Good lunar influences encourage your work endeavors, personal affairs, plans for t h e future. If you cooperate by promoting your talents, you will do nicely. JULY 24 to AUG. 23 (Leo) -of extra deeds and advisements that can result in swifter progress. Avoid You may have extra chores which you do not like or which you feel crowd your schedule But NOW is the time to cap! talize on your innate gift for clever management. DEC. 22 to JAN. 20 (Capricorn) -- There's a tendency now to rush matters through, to neglect some that need special care. You may realize this, but just not feel to yourself. like admiting it Use that innate common sense of yours. JAN. 21 to FEB. 19 (Aquar- us) -- Under fine planetary nfluences. you are expected to maintain a stalwart position of responsibility. Do n o t become ost in a maze of nonessentials. Spirits up! FEB. 20 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) -- Intellectual atain- mcnt will please most n o w. But keep material needs in mind, too, and be on the look out for improved measures, do vices. Scrutinize all projects be fore acting. You born today are quick to see needs, are ready for action any time it is interesting. You are an A-l student, worker, w i t h love for home and t r a d i t i o n deep-rooted. You like travel. socials, yet wish your domestic life to remain constant. Y o u are adamant in what you want to do (and want others to), and rarely let up t i l l y n u obtain your objective. Rightly directed. your determination and your varied t a l e n t s could pro duce top-r a n k achievement. Tavircans oltcn accomplish in I WHERE'DVOUeeriKICKEPtTOin'OFTHE ; THE PARACHUTE, / HELICOPTER VESTSRPAY MR. SAWYER? S*~t ALONG WTH THE WHAT ARE VOU poiNswrm llTHECORRS? JUSTMEnSURIHS THE DISTANCE TO THEFOOTOFTH15 KOCKWHEKETHE UX3S ARE. THE CORPS ARE VERT STRONSjrJnOUlD SXSNAISFORHELP IF EVER API/We SHOULD flYOVER. stall useless discussion, Than-the t*»BUt8Orb while things to say. VONDER COMES OL'SCRflWIWLfllSS!! TH' BIGGEST WAS-TONGUE GOSSIP IN 7H 1 WHOLE vOEWNlTED STATES fll\)' CflNflDV THAT filN'T NO WWTOTALK fiBOUTELVINEV VE OUGHT TO BE ·SHAMED OF VORESELRPflW Take care of requirements AUG. 24 to SEPT. 23 (Virgo) --Mercury's position promises a lively day, so GET BUSY! You are not. normally, one to fall down on the job, but if you procrastinate now, you m a y find yourself behind later in the week. SEPT. 24 to OCT. 23 (Libra -TH' O' DEATH.'/ UWi'f- S IT SHOULD BEA I PLEASURE TO KNOCK HIM OFF- IT MOULD BE.?-BUT FOIST I GOTTA LOOK WHO I GOT A CONTRttT ON" -Precision and foresight will he a big aid now -- and significantly. Your imagination can elp or hinder you, as you direct BRAZIL FOIST- THEW TH 1 AMAZON.'.'! ??-WHERE AREVOUSE GOIN: LOVER BOY? OCT. 24 to NOV. 22 (Scorpio) -Excellent Mars influences. An ers of concentration, and be VERTICAL LPant 2. SandartC tree ".Small 4. Hebrew priest K. Kxhaustet' 6. Merit 7. Attempt 8. Field markings HORIZONTAL 4L Obtained 1. Entrance 42.Feminin» 5. Moist 8. Norse story 12. Seed covering U. Auditory organ 14. Wild goat 15. Hygienic 17. Dune 18. Lever 19. Sea eagle 20. Festivals 21. Doris NOT ANY MORE TAN6LEFOOT ASKED FOR YOUR HAMD IN MARRIA6E/BUT "i TOLD HIM HE. WAS TOO SHORT FOR YOU NOT TRUE! MS -TAULR Answer to yesterdays puzzle 27. Sesame 23. Beverage 26. Content 30. Eager 31. Spar 32. Egyptian river 33. Musical program 35. English diarist SfcPro'a companion 37. Possesses 38. Wander PON HE CAM'T FOR6ET MlS OMl NAME.' I REALLY EP WI7H HIM, TOO P THINKM* NOTHINS," A«riell»ol Million: 3!»Umlti OH. SO "\ YOU LIKE )\ CELERY ) _ HUH? _/ X--'·--\\ ** DOES THAT ANSWER In a recent letter from Mrs. D. J. R. from Arizona, she asks: "Are transplants the only kinds surgery t h a t can be performed for hearts that are in- of repeated R. continues, "My husband is not sick enough for a heart transplant and yet is not able to perform a full day's activities because of t h e weakness of his heart." I am certain that many read- will be interested to know are a great many operations that are being tried in an effort to bring more blood muscle. This need basis for many of the complaints related to problems of the heart. When the blood supply becomes inadequate in the coronary' arteries which bring blooc and oxygen to the heart muscle it is not able to pump the vita blood throughout the body. The inadequacy of the bloot supply to the heart is probabh one of the most glaring defects in the body that is made up o so m a n y unbelievable safet measures. MAMMARY ARTERY There is a large artery known as the internal m a m m a r y artery which has been used by surgeons to be implanted directly into the heart muscle to make up for its own poor blood supply. In many instances this technique h a s been remarkably successful in restoring dies are performed to evaluate ·ach individual's need. Each lay seems to bring more and more hope that such problems may be alleviated by surgery. It once was said by a philosopher that anything that man can conceive of will eventually be accomplished. It was only a 'ew years ago that the man-nn- he-moon landing was totally preposterous. Now it is almost a reality. Sn it is with trans plants of hearts, livers, and erhaps soon, brains and spinal cords. These unbelievable trans- jlants are now being tried in ;xperimental animals and show promise that eventually t h e y can be used in humans. ARTIFICIAL LUNG N o w physicians, surgeons, and engineers have combined their wisdom in the creation of new type of artificial lung which can be used to keep alive patients who might otherwise have succumbed to overwhelming diseases of the lung. Emphysema, one of the dread con- plications of cigarette smoking, infection and air pollution may be high on the list to he kept in control by this new device. Doctor Hie-hard D. Stewart of the Marquette University Sc-honl of Medicine, and his cnworker. Dr. E. D. Baretta. believe t h a t their newly created lung device may soon be used e\erywhcre. S P E A K I N G O F YOVrt chronic heart invalids plcte productivity. to com-1 HEALTH: Start tinning slowly spring cnndi- Doctor George E. Green at New York University has modified this operation and is now d o i n g a complicated hook-up with one of the coronary arteries and bringing enough blood to the heart to relieve the painful anginal spasms that sn uflen make partial invalids out of so many people with coronary ar tery disease. Before any sure cry is attempted extensive slu These columns are designed to relieve y o u r tears about health through a belter understanding of your mind and hnriy. All the hopeful new advances in medicine reporter! here are known to doctor* everywhere. Your individual m e d i c a l problems should tie handled by your o w n doctor. He knons von best. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record-Holder in Masters' ' Individual Championship Play) ·.-n-i.vflUMUHi -"i-i* "1 North denier. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH WEST 4Q1096 · A K 1 0 7 6 + QJ EAST *4 » J » 5 2 A K B 8 6 4 2 + 3 0 7 3 SOUTH 4 A K 8 7 5 2 more t h a n one career busy lifetime. Medicine, a r t . inventing, sculptoring. writing and the entertainment fields strongly represented in Taurus. Birthdate o f : . l a m e s Monroe. 5th Pres.. U. S. A. The bidding: North Kant South Went 1 + Pass 14 Pass 2 V Pass 3 4 Pass 4 + Pass 6 + Opening- lead--six of hearts. The most humdrum hands oc- 'during a casionally become spectacular 9. Incite 10. Hereditary factor 11. Hatchets 16. Rip 20. Appropriate 21. Devoted 22. Assess 23. Conflict 24. Salutation 25. Twitching- 26. Sun 27. Taste 28. Soar 29. Affirmative 31. Forbid .Trifle 35. Crown 37. Greek poet 38. Saurel 39. juff sound 41. Pierce 42. Uncommon 43. Sour 44. Supplements 46.Hen'!wcar 47. Wager as play proceeds nntt the original setting changes form. For example, take this deal where West missed an opportunity to defeat declarer at six spades. Confident of »topping the ularn with bis two probable trump tricks, West led a heart »t trick one. Declarer won in dummy and correctly decided not to pin al his hopes on cashing the A-K of trumps and finding a normal 3-2 spade division. Instead, he led a diamond to the queen and returned a. low spade towards dummy's jack. This method of play was intended to Uke caje. of not only a 3-2 trump division, but also the possibility that West had four to the queen. West went up with the queen and led another heart, again won by declarer in dummy. Declarer then cnshed the. Jack of spades, crossed to his hand with a club, drew West's 10-9 of trumps with the A-K, and easily made the rest by discarding 1 his club loser on. one of dummy's high diamonds. However, South could not have made the slam against perfect defense. His decision to guard against a possible 4-1 t r u m p brrnk was certainly well reasoned and proper, and, would ordinarily have been, successful, but it w»uld have failed In this case had. West come through with a most, unusual play at trick four after winning South'fl low trump lead with the queen. All thai West had to do at this point was return the king- of clubs--and South would havo found it impossiUc to make the .slam. He would win the club with the ace. nnd lend a trump to tho jack, but he would then find himself locked in dummy and unable to get out without yielding- a second trump trick to (O 1969, Kinf rMtnrei Syndicate, Inc.) 4-19-69 PONYTAIL "Bad newi, Donald . . . my father heard you devoured five sandwiches and withdrew your refrigerator privilegei!" TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results. Try 'em, Just Dial 442-6242,

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