Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 23, 1973 · Page 11
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WHAT'S THIS? ( FRENCH TOASIT I MAPE IT AWSELF MAYK1 ^HOtWN'T HflVt MADE IT WITH CHOOXATfe MUK- .THAT'S S. NOTHING FOR VOU } TO WDf?RV ABOUT./. EVERYBODY SHOULD B6 CONCERNED' THERE'LU I ( I'M NOT I ALWAYS BE U/WORRIED SOME KIDS ^| ABOUT L TO PLAY WITH j THAT. I'A\ JUST SAD---. I'LL L'flRN WE TO CALL ME NFtMES!! SUGAR ) DOODLE I! \ f WHATSORTA NBMES OlDSHECftLLVe, IT'S A-MOVIN'TH' PROJECT-TO YOU cAM'f 60 OUTSID ANO N» PW.Y BECAUSE. IT'S A COID, \\ MISfcRA0t6 DAY AMD YoU'p CATCH Y0UR.DBATHOF, PMLWONIA OUT 1H6R TO PRACTICE. MY WAR WHOOPS AMP fOM-fOM 6EATIM6 ANYMOW fUP FL.IP FLIP puP FLIP FLIP FLIPFLIP FLIP R-lp Flip FLIP FLIP 3 1 DONT THINK: YOU EVEN TOOK -EEAplMS COURSE/ Z THIN* VOU'SE MST DCIN0 iXAT TO AMNOY MB.' MAVIS tfOPGOOO *-- f POESWTTeU-THE TRUTH A9OUTHERASE f- SHE SAYS SHE'S ·" ' TWO YEARS YOUMSER ' · THAN WE THIWK r 6HE IS t^J AND WE HAPPSM TO KtiOtt SHE'S TWO YEARS OU6R THAN WE THIWK f SHE IS \-J .Believe It ortot/ THE HAUL OF SOI RON Bdgiom WAS MR CENTURISS A PRISON FOR PERSONS OOILTY OF NotthwMt ArfcoiHat TIMES, Friday, Nb. 23, 1973 · 11 FAV1TTIVILLI, AKKANSAt niiiiiiiiini:i!iiiitiiyiBiiiiiiiiiiiiir;i)!iwii]iicii:ini!iiiiii!Miiii;]iii!ii:iB,if iiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiin MIUIDIIH minium SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. A CHINESE SCHOLAR . CALCULATED THE · :VALUE OF PI TO 8 DECIMAL PLACES C 3.14159265) yvBWZVISOO YCAKSASO MATINtr CALL THAT SOUNDS EXACTLY LIKE THE iOWM Of 4 C6K) LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Heart Patient's Flight Approved H!iiM«iiiiwiiiiMii«nrciiiMiUiM RANGES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which .our birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according o the stars. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Given the right impetus by you, your vehicle of success can speed ahead unimpeded. Smart nitiatiye and enthusiastic brts will pay off now. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) ef- Develop and follow Up on those novel ideas that come to .'our bright mind but are often .ossed aside because of your conservatism or hesitancy. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Your ambitions can be given full rein now. Map route for next week along sound lines. You are in a position to make fine long-range plans. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) New and diversified activities indicated. Review week's efforts to guide you in formulating future plans. Romance and family interests favored. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) You may face some inconveniences but the result will justify 21) A new venture in the making? Elaborate on tentative presentation until it assumes bright character. Some new trends indicated. You should enjoy the stimulus. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You them and compensate if I once had a mild heart attack. Although I have pletely recovered, I still corn- have a fear that my heart would be adversely affected if I were to fly. What is the medical opinion on this? .Mrs. .E.M., Maine Dear Mrs. M.: The cabins of planes today are carefully pressurized and oxygen is available if ever the p r e s s u r e should suddenly change. For this reason people with known heart and lung conditions are more readily given permission by their doctors to fly. Your doctor can givejyou the assurance you need if you are completely reexamined before the plane trip. Patients with emphysema of the lungs, a n e m i a , problems would benefit from a pre-flight consultation. PERSONNEL HELP A i r p o r t personnel a r e remarkably helpful in supplying chairs and motorized vehicles to relieve the elderly or the infirm of the stresses o! boarding and deplaning. The; should be told in advance so I that arrangements can be made at departure and arrival. { In your particular case, '. [doubt that any of these precautions are necessary, bu they should be considered by people who are unusually anxious or chronically ill. Jear Miss L.: And I worry about the reasons ou take your pulse as often .s you do. Certainly this is nol isual behavior for a young .dult. You must consult your doctor certain types of and circulatory I find that I take my pulse many times during the day. 3 fluctuates considerably. I worry about it. Miss S. L., Ga ir psychologist about the easons for your anxiety. It is an interesting fact that when one takes one's own pulse here is a tendency for the rate o rise because of the anxiety evel. involved. ANXIETY LEVEL There are many normal variations of the heart and pulse rate. What is normal for one person need not be normal "or another. With exertion, excitement, or stress, the pulse may rise from the normal 80 to 100, or even more, beats per minute. My advice is to stop taking your own pulse, and more important, find out what has motivated you to do this in the first place. ,'ou handle situations maturely. Broaden your mental horizons, perk up enthusiasm. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Stimulated now: intellectual advancement, clever management and stepped-up capability. If up to par, you should fairly fly ahead. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Stellar influences suggest that you expand -- within reason. Tread cautiously in new areas but go forward confidently on familiar paths. Progressive ideas stimulated. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Financial affairs under somewhat adverse influences. Don't speculate and do avoid .making long-term commitments. In these matters, even the advice of experts cannot be relied upon can demonstrate your ability to be original and imaginative now but, at the same time, concentrate on practicability. Sometimes even good ideas may not be immediately feasible. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Your incentive and vigor should be at a peak now. Your creative urges will also be strong, and may impel you to do something unusual and outstanding. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some disturbing situations. But do not let others' misgivings, doubts or quarrels affect your thinking. Remain logical and hopeful yourself, and you could boost the general morale. YOU BORN . TODAY are endowed with a remarkable memory and truly extraordinary intuitive powers. The latter gives you the ability to act quickly -- and correctly -- in'emergencies; also acts as a springboard in determining your course as you pursue your lite goals. When the Piscean develops his best qualities, there is no height which hs cannot attain but, if indifferent and content with the mediocre, he can easily slip into extremely bad habits -- becoming indolent, self-indulgent, vacillating and .excessive in- his pursuit of pleasure. Here : self- mastery is a must. Properly disciplined. Pisceans becoma outstanding writers, musicians, sculptors, leaders in maritime affairs and statesmen. Birthdata of: Admiral USN. Chester Nimitz. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) geographic area sidered immune Can syphilis occur in the elderly as well as in the young? Mr. H.G,, Mich. Dear Mr. G.: No age, no sex, no social or economic level, no race or can be con- to syphilis if direct ;contact is made with a person infected with the germ that causes it. Syphilis still is .one of the great scourges of mankind. It is sad to report that syphilis exists today in epidemic form despite concentrated efforts of educational campaigns and health authorities. 1. You Spades. are East, defending 4KQ73 ¥ K 4 · AQJ62 *AQ 4 6 ¥ AJ92 « K84 .+ KJ963 The bidding has been: South Pass 2* North Dble 4* Crossword By Eugett£ Sheffer ACROSS 1. Impartial 5. Crushing snake 8. Bang 12. Stuffed footstools 14. Ice cream shell' 15. Renews 16. Worn grooves 17. Playing card 18. Eludes 20. Activate 23. Draw tight (Naut.) 24. Associate 25. Has significance 28. Sorrow 29. Titled ' women 30. Pronoun 32. Distinguished 34. Allowance for weight 35. Tear 36. Wades through 37. Discount 40. French 3. Pronoun coin 4. Kind of 41. English engine river S. Mere 42. Reserved 6. United 47. Menu 7. De- item · dared 48. Imitator 8. Disagree- 49. Numbers a ble 50. Demand p re . payment dicament. 51. Defense 9. Noisy arm 10. Poker DOWN . stake l.ln 11. Muddle behalf of 13. Ridicule Z. Goddess of 19. Large retri- tanks bution 20. Perceived Arerage lime of folation: 25 rata. r Hfl@n BED fflElfiB " H IJISIiH Answer if yesterday's puzzle. 21. Trudge 22. On the sheltered side 23. Renowned 25. Having polite habits 26. Bellow 27. Voiceless sound 29. Food . regimen 31. Thing (law) 33. Exempts 34. Fruit- eating bird 36. Frustrate 37. Enraptured 38. Bacchanalian cry 39."-Free" 40. Stupefy 43. Large bird 44. Greek letter 4$. Month (abbr.) 46. Attempt West leads the seven of h e a r t s , declarer playing low from dummy. What is your plan of defense? . 2. You are declarer with the West hand at Four Hearts. North leads the jack of spades, How would you play the hand? AA73 ¥ 1 0 5 · K108 + AJ1053 *K8 V AJ76432 · QJ9 *7 1. Your first play should be the deuce of hearts, and if you make this play the contract is likely to go down. West's seven is obviously his fourth besl heart, and it will hold the trick if you play the deuce on it Jy ducking the seven you maka t perfectly clear to partner hat the reason y o u permitted lim to win ,the trick was Because you wanted him to shift to a club at trick two. But if you were to win tha opening lead with the jack of learts, you would find yourself stymied after cashing the aca if declarer's hand looked something like this: * A 10 98 2 V 65 · 10 5 3 + 7 4 2 You would be unable to defeat the contract, whatever you returned, and sooner or later declarer's losing clubs would ha d e p o s i t e d o n dummy's diamonds. 2. Win the spade with.the king and lead a low heart towards the ten. This guards against four trumps in either opponent's hand, which is the only holding that can jeopardize the contract. Thus, if. North has K-Q-9-8. he will make only two trump tricks, whereas he would make three if the first heart lead came from dummy. If South has all the missing trumps, he also will score only two trump tricks against this method of play. PONYTA1L +7 49 15J w 2-25 "Why should I steal your boyfriend? I don't go in for! petty larceny!" ; TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results. Try 'em Just Dial 442-6242,

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