Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 26, 1973 · Page 16
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THAT'S WHAT KNOWN R6£T TRAFFIC ClTAMNS »?*--Believe ft of Not/ \ THE GRAVESTONES THAT MARK NO GRAVES of war bonne. France, CONTAINS ONLY MEMORIALS TO NATIVE FISHERMEN AND SAILORS NCVEK B££N FOUND USED, BY THE MAORIS New Zealand HAVE SHARKS' TSETHAS · THEIK .COTT/WS; ' EDGE of r ranee TO-PROPOSE MARRIAGE TO ANTOWETTE de PONS SENT HER A LOVE LETTER IN 1590 WRITTEN IN HIS OWN BLOOD ANIOIMT71 TUffftfO HIM DOHff IHIIIIIIItllllllHIIIIinilllllllllinillllllllllllllillllltlllllllllllillHIIIIIIIllllllllllllinilinn^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Brushing After Each Meal Helps THE FELLA WTH THE ATTACHE CASE, PID S'OU NOTICE VJH1CH PUII.DING I seem to accumulate a great deal of placque on my teeth. Is there any special diet that can prevent this buildup? It has caused me dental cavities all my life. Miss H. G., Calif. Dear Miss G.: P r e v e n t i v e dentistry. een neglected we realize that fforl. Once eveloped it becomes nd pleasant. Some ooth brush for this purpose. Some school of dental thought the ultimate goal o f dental scientists and educators. II is pathetic to see so many young adults wearing upper and lower dentures eel that the water sprays them M9« KNOW WHAT THIS IS? elves may be injurious to the POCI//WHT! WAV TO Ji pwcewMose especially if the force because of poor hygiene and the ready sacrifice of teeth might have been saved. Dental placque nephew developed blood plicated substance composed ol the foot, and almost died. which adhere to the base of the teeth, and prevent saliva from exerting its protective buffering action. PLAQUE FORMS When one looks at the teeth early formation of placque. For vegetable dyes are being usec GLORY BE!! IT'S SICH ft PURT 1 / DftV--I THINK TIL WftLK 6 « Northwwt Arkonwi TIMES, M»r»., F«b. 26, 1WJ I * » . FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope IIHIIIIMI!IIIIIIIIII»^ Z n /PLEASESWAP.'/-vouCAN ) / LIVE IM OUR SPt-gWDID ^s I ESTATES--WE'U-TEAR ) / DOG PATCH DOWN, AMD / ( REBUILD IT-- ^ IT'S MIGHTY TEMPTIM'-BGT 'TWOULDN'T BE FAIR TO DEPRIVE- / -VO'IDEEUISTS FOM f HVIDEELSPORT, o'TH' \ PLEASURE. O'ASSOSHEEATIM' f VJIFTH'UNDERPRIVILEGED V D' IS SO FOND OF · show the areas that should more diligently cleansed. These "disclosing" solution formerly used by dentists only can be used in the home, even by children. ~ ~ " _ brushing can emove tlie red disclosing olution and the placque tc v h i c h i t h a s a d h e r e d 'erhaps the mast effectivi prevention is a brushing of teeth fter each meal. This has beei a very difficult message t convey to adults as well as t children. When we consider the amoun of time spent traveling to th dentist and in the dental chai HI Ul O . NOT AUR6IC TO Piwe BY AWY , CHANCE.,AR£YOU? I 3UST DROPPE-D MV i POWN VOUR THROAT FIX" TM£ CLOCK, BEETLE.,, ITS FIVE MINUTES SlOW Look in the section in which ..our birthday comes and find vhat your outlook is, according ,o the stars. FOR TUBS., FEB. 27, 1975 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Your innate aggressiveness ill prove an advantage in conducting day's negotiations. Oon't go overboard and alienate associates, however. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Your career, ambitions and s t a n d i n g with business associates are highlighted now, and your feeling of optimism will be justified by events. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A day in which to get your house in order. Check your files, correspondence, agreements Keep your ultimate aims ant goals in mind, and refuse to be rushed by anyone. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Mixed influences. Avoid over optimism. Too rosy an outlook could cause you to overlook small but vital details. The p.m brings news from afar. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Let certain situations ridi now. Forcing issues will di more harm than good. Bj demonstration, you can le others know that your ideas ar practical. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Ups and downs in mood now You'll be pessimistic abou getting certain informatioi delighted when you do... low spirit over unexpected changes happy when their ultimat i s I benefits are revealed. ' LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Creative interests stimulate! Your ideas are not only in spirational but highly feasibl Also favored: Romance an family concerns. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) You may be concerned aba the "whys and wherefores" certain events. Insights ar available, but you'll need th help and knowledge of a clo: associate to attain them. AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. A brand new financial start dicated -- accompanied by gh hopes, which can be alized. You must take tha itiative, however -- and con- dently. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. ') Follow up a potentially good p you once brushed aside -- ut not impulsively or unpre- ared. For best results, you ust have a definite plan. QUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You may be attracted to an ndividual who seems aloof, in- ifferent. Making a gesture of riendship could prove to be an mportant move in changing the ituation. 'ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Permit others to "be them- elves." The Piscean r a r e l y ries to dominate, but such in- linations prevail now. Be specially receptive to ideas rom your mate or business ssociates. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a high order of ntelligence and a great love of b e a u t y . You make friends easily, and usually keep thern or life.' You are extremely versatile but this very fact could make you vacillate when t conies to choosing a career. 3nce having found your niche, lowever, and properly training for it, there is no plateau of attainment which you cannot reach -- especially in the fields of music, writing, the theater or education. Like many other Pisceans, you may be attracted to the law and politics but it would be well to eschew these fields since you are too emotional and have too many prejudices. Traits to curb: Self- indulgence an^ too great a craving for luxuries. Birthdata of: Henry W. Longfellow, Amer. poet; John Steinbeck, Amer. author; Elizabeth Taylor, film star. iiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiniyiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiHiiiHiiin^ of B. JAY BECKER these infections any more. What rying to repair teeth that have:germ. I thought don't happen might have caused it? Mrs. O.K., Mo. Dear Mrs. E.: Your- confusion iies in the fact believe that blood or septicemia, no longer exists. It most certainly d o e s . When wounds are neglected and become infected, bacteria can enter the blood stream, multiply, and be r e s p o n s i b l e for an overwhelmingly serious condition. ANTIBIOTICS USED The reason that septicemia is not heard of as often today is due to the fact that injuries are brought to the attention of a doctor earlier, and the infection is controlled by the concentrated use of antibiotics. Another important factor is the modern, more rapid ability for doctors to culture the blood, find the exact type of invading bacteria, and use a specific antibiotic which is known to ranidly kill that particular On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) ieilll!ll!ll!ll!ll!lll!llllllllll!iniiyiHlllll!IMinil!llllll«yillllllHI!ll!IM Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1. High hill 4. Woeful 7. Fairies 12. Salutation 13. Arena cheer 14. Common contraction 15. To peruse 16. Form of government 18. Island, in France 19. Deputy 20. Hauls 22. An enzyme 23. Entrance 27. The heart 29. Spoliation 31. Dinner course 34. Stormed 35. Public ware- bouses 37. Distant 38. Headland 39. Painter's need 41. To help along 15. Examine and verify 17. Middling: comb. form 48. Peru and Bolivia 52. Danish land division 53. Appearing gnawed 54. Turkish weight 55. Sticky mess 56. A treadle 57. Sailor 58. Debatable gift DOWN 1. Unspoken 2. Hounded, convex molding 3. Reassume 4. Beverage 5. Sour ale 6. Attica townships 7. An agreement 8. Blunder 9. The turmeric 10. Business abbr. 11. Enclosure on farm 17. Strong blow rime of lolution: 27 min. 21. Shaft of a feather 23. Aside 24. Excavate 25. Chemical suffix 26. Spread grass 28. Poem 30. Constellation 31. Dry 32. Indonesian of Mindanao 33. Fold over 36. Spirit 37. Fictional horse 40. Blockhead 42. Likeness 43. The populace 44. Bar 45. The first shepherd 46. Peter, for one 48. A fabric 49. Before 50. School of seals 51. A repub.- lie (abbr.) South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * K 7 » A 10 9 8 *J + K Q J 7 6 5 WEST 4 A 6 5 4 3 2 4 1 0 7 6 #10 B 2 EAST *Q J 1 0 9 8 ¥ 7 * 4 4 3 2 *A4 3 SOUTH * - » K Q J 6 4 3 2 » K Q 9 8 5 The bidding: South 4 V 6 V West Pass Pass North 5V Pass East Pass Dble The bidding: Opening lead - a ace of spades. This deal occurred in the 1932 national The hand pair championship itself was not extra ordinary, but the atmosphere in which it was played lends considerable spice to the story. East-West had already player half the afternoon session when they encountered Durmg that time accomplished the feat of losing no fewer seven aces during the this deal they ha unenviable than play mostly on defense). They were naturally very lisconsolate by the time they :ame to play this hand. North- South : got to six hearts in jig tyle, mostly due to North's yptimistic five heart bid. (It vas back in the days before ilackwood came into vogue.) Trying d e s p e r a t e l y t o recover some points for his side, East doubled. His two aces ooked simply colossal. West, on lead, promptly plunked down the ace of spades, innouncing jubilantly: "Well, here's one ace we won't lose." West was mistaken. South trumped the ace and proceeded make the slam. He led a leart to the eight, discarded a club on the king of spades, then led the king of clubs and ruffed East's ace. Warming to his task, declarer crossed to dummy with another trump, cashed all five of dummy's remaining clubs -which were luckily divided 3-3 --· and discarded all five of his diamonds on them. As a result, he wound up making the doubled contract with an overtrick! Of course, had West led any suit but a spade, South would have gone down one and West's words would not have achieved immortality. As it was, though, East-V/est, who had started the deal having had seven of their ares put to sleep, finished the '(and with three more aces to add to their collection. PONYTAIL Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 18 56" 13 19 29 14 3-5 10 11 26 e Xn* Fntmtt SjxM.. Inc., 197 It s nothing personal, Donald... it's just that Ie met somebody who has a neyrer car, a bigger allowance. ' and is better looking!" . TIMES Classified Ads Get Fas) Results. Try 'em Just Dial 442-6242.

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