Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 27, 1973 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 27, 1973
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RANGES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which .'our birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according o the stars. FOR WED., FEB. 28, 1973 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) A hunch could pay off now -- especially where career matters are concerned. But be sure you are seeing persons and situations in a ralistic light. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Don't let. a m o o d y or emotional person get you down now. Maintain and promote your self-esteem and stress your innately optimistic side. It may not be easy, but it will be necessary. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Try to have a talk with individual important to your aims A bit of diplomatic maneuvering could have fine results. Bui avoid intrigue. "CANCER (June 2 to July 23) You should now receive some information which clarifies a financial situation. It may no be all you hoped for, but it wil be valuable because it finally gets to the core of truth. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) A new type of work assign should make your day more interesting than usual. On personal side, an unex pected gift or invitation wil delight you. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) A good day to contact th opposition and see if you ca work out a satisfactory compro raise. Be realistic, though, an don't give too much just to ge matters off your agenda. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Stellar influences continue 1 creative interests an stimulate your ingenuity. Als a good day for seeking favor -- especially in mid-morning. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) You may be given some ne responsibilities. Don't give wa WHEEEEEEj THE PAISV HILL PWWCUPil IVE BEEN NOMINATE? FORTWE PAISY. HILL PVPff CUP"' Dear Dog,TMs 5s to inform J2 youthat yxi are one of -the 5 finalists for this year's Z JfcbjHlIl Puppy Cup Award.. ui (JOHH tOW--Z.-Z7 near MadecK, Germany BUILT AS A MEMORIAL TO AN ANCIENT CASTLE MIS CONSTRUCTED FROM ITS DEBRIS I ATFIR?6T I S. \ THOUGHT SHE ) WAS voue GRANDMOTHER. SST THAT WOODEN CLEOPATRA OFF YOUR SIRU FB16MD DAISY/ LAP BEFORE T MAKE TRACED THE INTRICATE ORBITS OF THE EARTH AND MOON AND ACCURATELY FORECflST ECLIPSES KINDLING OF HERAND CATCH MV, ACT/ MAKE HEAD.6EAR OUT OF PDRCELAIM PLATES BY DRILLING HOLES THROUGH TH£M WITH SHAKP THORNS- LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Shingles Is Not Hereditary BENSON.' WHERE ARC YOU? 1 TOIP VOU TO KEEP OUT. Both my mother and father have had, in the last two years, severe attacks of shingles. Is it possible that I may have It is a total misconception to inherited a tendency to this condition? I worry about it elieve that when once sinuses because I know how much they always be washed out. The sinuses, especially the antra on each side of the nose. :an become infected and can accumulate a large amount of Shingles, or "herpes zoster," )us. If pus is present, it must e evacuated. This is no dif- erent f r o m emptying an ab- is an acute infection of the nerves of the central nervous system. It is caused by one of scess anywhere in the body. many types of viruses. This condition is not a congenital one The antra are emptied of that pus by irrigation. The irrigation and vou should have no fears tself does not mean that this that you might have inherited any tendency to developing it It is probably cidental that persists or returns. disorder occurred to both your parents within two years. LINING INFLAMMED All sinuses are lined by mucous membrane, similar to OCCURS PAST 40 the lining of the nose. Shingles rarely occurs in the Inflammation and infection occur in the sinuses. Infected material frequently empties itself through a tiny tube that young, and far more frequently occurs past the age of 40. One of its strange aspects an eruption on the skin normally carries air in and out I GOT SOME THARSty . KltOFOLKS OVER AT MV ' HOUSE,SNOFrV, ftN'l NEED ONE OFVORE BODACIOUS which usually fllows a distmc line around the chest, the waist When this becomes blockedjby infection or pus, irrigation and the face. One of the characteristics o shingles is that neuralgic pain; may persist for can be performed by puncture V K 1 0 9 5 3 · 765 *52 time. It is understandable tha this may cause concern, bu vith patience and drugs t h e istress can be modified. Today the use of cortison nd ACTH, in addition to larg loses of vitamin B12, reduce or through the natural opening into the sinuses. The use of steam inhalations tends to promote drainage of the infected This, in combination with antibiotics, local treatment, suction, and decon- he severity and duration gestant drugs, has markedly reduced the irrigation. Yet there are times when irrigation of the sinuses is When is it necessary to was out the sinuses? Is it true tha necessary to relieve the severe vhen once they are washed ou EVERYBODY GOES -/ON LV BECAUSE: TD-^OUR PICTURES.'/" } YOU'LL LOP THEIR EARS OFF IFTHEV DOMT-- IT'STHEOHLV y/AV. VOU LOVE ME,VES iFH£ 77//VXS/ /BUT I'VE. MADE 'VOL) TME ( MOST POPULAR V STAR IN ( OLDH AGI STAN.'.' Crossword By Eugene Sheffer i. Entertain sumptuously 5. Serviceman's address 6. Chinese secret society 1. Ancient chariot 8. More than two 9. Sandarac tree 10. Italian coin 11. River duck 16. High, in music 46. Dress fabric 50. Scottish explorer 51. Field game 52. First 56. Ardor 57. A fruit 58. Personality 59. Not stiff 60. Folds over 61. Flounder 20. The present 21. Repast ZZ. Site of Taj Mahal 23. Tree 27. Ship's record 29. Secured 30. Cry of Bacchanals 31. Tear 33. Maintenance 35. Marble 38. Son of Gad 40. Flat- bottomed boats 43. Little round hfll 45. Cebine monkey 46. Fencing sword 47. A weight, in India 48. Exclamation 49. Assam silkworm 53. Mischievous child 54. Turkish officer 55. Tennis stroke Y£AH,01JTLOOK WHAT W 010 FOR OUR MORAL WHO CO YOU THINK HAS DOME- THE- MOST OOO KKTM INDIANS? HE WAS OUR WORST ENEMY.' i DOWN 1. Surpass 2. Harem room 3.Insane Aterage time of solution: 24 mini DONT "yiXJ LOVE 10*e£A6000 I BECOME 1° \ BEAUTIFUL? Answer to yesterday's puzzle. THAT'S WHV I COULD NEVER FIRE HIM «· HE'S TOO INTERBSTIMe 0 · NwthwMl Arkatwo. TIMfS, TUM., Mb. 27, 197S miiniMiinHgiM^^ anxiety. Take each matter turn, handling essentials- rsl. The resl will fall into! ace. AGiTTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec.. 1) '. E x p e n d energies wisely., here's a tendency now to' vertax yourself. Your talent or carrying out assignments^ gainst big odds can be cleverly sed. ' APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. Be alert to schemers and hose o f f e r i n g dubious repositions. Don't allow your- elf to be "taken in" by rosy.' romises, no matter how con-' incing the promoter may be. : LQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19)Don't disregard little warning- ignals. Keep your imagination ontrolled in work and business^ !eals, in all areas. There's ai endency now to run out of; xmnds. ' ·ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) ; As with Capricorn, you, too,may encounter the deceptive: and the unscrupulous. Be alert,' and don't forsake principles. I YOU BORN TODAY are; i i g h 1 y idealistic, a true' lumanitarian in all your im- julses and extremely tolerant ;oward your fellowman. All of. ;hese qualities fit you for work- social service or welfare' institutions; also contribute to what could be and outstanding career in medicine or nursing. Your personality is a magnetia one and you are a great lover of the beautiful in life. You could excel as a writer, singer,, musician, architect or teacher.- Also, having a strong religious bent, ,you may choose tha- ministry as a career, in which case you could make a brilliant? and inspiring preacher. Birth-'. date of: Michel Montaigne, Fr.' essayist; Geraldine Farrar, opera singer. iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiininiHinininiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiyifliininniiiiiiiniiiiiniM^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Tcp Record Holder to Master* 1 Individual Championship Play) East dealer. East-West vulnerable. NORTH * A K T ' » 3 » 9 * J 9 7 G I 4 Q 9 5 2 V Q J 6 · A 42 SOUTH A 8 6 3 · K Q 8 S *AK4 The bidding: East South West Pass North 3NT Opening lead --Jive of hearts Defense is generally passive or active. In some hands, the best plan is to simply stand pal and do nothing at all that migh give declarer a trick he is noi entitled to. This is called passive defense. In other hands, you can" afford to sit still -- but mus adopt an active form of defense Sometimes your activity w i 1 offer very little promise, bu you must attack anyhow because you see that playing Dossum wit hand declarer th«', :ontraot. Let's say you're West,I e f e n d 1 n g against threa; notrump. You lead a heart to* ast's jack, which declarer ducks, and East then plays the queen, which South ducks again.' At this point you should take-. the queen with t h e king, not'- simply because you have theC t-10-9 and can afford to, but- because it would be futile to' allow partner to win and play still another heart. You knowi you have no entry card for the learts and that it can't help: your side to play a third round of hearts to force out the ace.. You would be beating a dead horse in that case. ' Instead, you lead the jack of. spades at trick three. This .play can't do you any harm and- might do some good. True,', partner is unlikely to have the- q u e e n , considering South'*' notrump bid, but it is possible.' At any rate, a spade shift offers^ more promise than a heart, continuation. · As it happens, you hit pay' dirt. Declarer wins and plays the A-K of clubs, hoping tha- queen will fall. When it doesn't,; he leads another, club. East wins with the queen and returns a low spade to eventually put* the contract down two. T But with a thoughtless heart continuation at trick threej South would unquestionably i make three notrump. u PONYTAIL "You made a lot of mistakes in this composition. The first one was handing it in!" TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results. ( Try'em. Jus! Dial 442-6242. 4.47 ·

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