Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1973 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 28, 1973
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NamfiofQvmer. PUASE SWIM,MAC! 1 WONT ' FINE YOU.' --OH, WHAT HAVE) I DONE? - ^ YK. TWO ponce AM I IN A A OFFICERS ARE WAttlNS HOSPITALT 1 TO SEEXOU, MR, CREWAPE?.. I'ATRYMS TO THINK... IT W^S TOSSED FKOM A PASSIM CtRftTfl FELLA NAME? BENSON. I GfOTBED IT, THREW trOVEK. THE FENCE AMP IT EXP1.0PEP, YEAH, W SAVEP BENSON'S LIFE;, ONLY FOR HINlTO SHOT POWN MOMENTS Wft. WVE BEHH OUT A IONS ...72 HOURS. 'A HAHP. GRENAPET PAV BEfORE" YESTERPAY? X SHORE CPlN, ELWOEV!'. BUT FUST LET we SUP INTO SOMETHIN' COMFORTflBCe I GOT SOME PLUMB BODACIOUS GOSSIP 1FVE CRN SPARE TWO-THRee HOURS SPEAK.LCWER' SHAK.ESPEARE'sA/66T IT FOR MY THAN THE GP£ATEST PLAY, NEXT PICTURE !'. 'SOL AMD SELMA" A THEMTHEY'U- HAS BEEN LOST H HAVE TO BOOK ME FOB.4OOVEAPS. ) INTO RADIO CITY. r . r Mrt/ 16 · North*.* ArkanKit TtMtS, W«d., Mi. M, WS ARKAH1M BHIIimiMlttHHttBIIIIMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope THE-/ WOULD 5 ® /OH, PEARL OF ) /O {· THEOFMENT-N S I KMOVJ HOW I SHECANPLAV A FADIO CITV -- . \ ^ s " -- ^-^ V. IF 1 WAS THE MAHARAJAH OF NEW -VORK- UT LINDSAY VJHV DOKTT MY MOVIES PLAY RADIO CITV MUSIC HAtL? DUST BEHEATH MY FEET.'/ WHAT IN IHfr WORtP IS AN IMITATION WATCH DO* I'M SORRV TICK IASK6D TICK | ^ ' ^ \ I X A |T' A DECISION, BUT I'LL TO DO IT MOW AM I EVER TO 6£T IT PONE?/ tfAVE A LOT OF DO TOMORROW TMEBADNEWS IS WE'RE HAVINS YESTERDAY'S LEFTOVER HASH . I HAVE SOME RAO NEWS AMQ SOME 'NlffllMl^nMHImnwInlfflllfflffln^ltlflmlrHWlllW^ LORD HOLLAND ( 1773-1840 ) . WROTE 'EVES LEGEND' -fl STORr OF 1000 WORDS- UITH"e"THe wiYVweL^coriwoxHoiff me ,T*£-7HE FIRST LINE REAOS:"Men ·w«e never perfect, yet ^hejhree brethrw Veres were ever esteemed. " THE TOWN 6A' ot Besanfon, Franca, HAS NOT BEEN CHANGED SINCE It WAS BLASTED FROM THE SOLID ROCK W THE ANCIENT ROMMtS a bird of- Hawaii . HAS A VOICE EXACTLY IIKETHE PUT-PUT OF A SMALL MOTOKBOAT LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Ulcers Attack Children, Too nilinillUIIIM^ My 7-year-old child is in the hospital and they suspect he may have a stomach ulcer. I have never heard of such a young, child having an ulcer. Mrs. T.A., N,J. Dear Mrs. A.: Only recently, more and more cases of stomach and intestinal ulcers in young children have come to the attention of doctors. It is true that the majority of ulcers do occur in adults, but children are undoubtedly susceptible, too, to this disorder. STOMACH PAINS Many physicians perceptively find ulcers in children who complain of stomach pains over a long period of time. It is so easy to atrihute these pains to green apples, pickles and ice cream, the proverbial answer to stomach ache. * What causes a pins-and needles sensation in the legs especially in cold weather? I am 69 yeacs old. Mrs. R.K.. Idaho Dear Mr. K.: The sensation of "pins ant needles" is technically known as paresthesia. Sometimes it is accompaniec by cramps of the muscles o the legs while walking rapidly. This feeling is considered specially in the older agi roups, to be due to some im airrnent of the circulation o ,he blood. As one gets older, the blooc /essels tend to get somewha iarrower and a light decreasi n the amount of blood to th mailer vessles in the leg ma; : a u s e the sensation yo 1 [escribe. There are, of course, othe easons for persistent tingling ensations. Tobacco may ract the blood vessels and iroduce this symptom, j When pins and needles, lumhness, and ·resent for a tingling are long time, neurological examination is essential to rule out other than circulatory conditions. MUSCLE CRAMPS Muscle cramps that occur during the night can now be relieved by a number of excellent drugs. If such cramps accompany any of the symp- :oms you describe you will aenefit," too, by a general physical examination. What is the difference be- :ween fraternal twins and identical twins? Miss F.N., Ind. Dear Miss N.: Fraternal twins develop from two different eggs, or "ova." Such twins may resemble each other, but with no greater exactness than any brothers or sisters. They may or may not be of the same set. Identical twins are formed from a single egg, or "ovum." Such twins are always of the same sex and are truly identical in appearance with each other. It is amazing how often the e m o t i o n a l a n d intellectual growth of identical twins parallel each other. Look in the section In which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 1 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. EO) Certain r a r e opportunities indicated. Familiarize yourself with data and knowledge required, then step forward with qualification proven technique. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Do not let problems or d i s c u s s i o n s grow out of proportion. Hold yourself in check, especially if dealing with children, elders, associates. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A fairly productive period waiting for you to inject improved methods to increase potential. Use the investigative approach -- but with finesse. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Do not try to do too much at once; enlist assistance where needed. Make ready for some new arrangements, maybe complete change of plan. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Solar influences now sugges that you be tenacious of pur pose, constructive in plan Method and flexibility both needed. Channel efforts in sound directions. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) An old acquaintance will d you a very g o o d turn -- quit unexpectedly. In fact, you relationships w i t h others generally, should be unusual] congenial now. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) A great day! You can no outpoint, outsmart and outt anyone. Profit by it! 0 cupationa] interests especial favored. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. Curb impulsiveness and mak no hasty decisions. Stellar i uences are favorable, but th« ow-and-steady worker will ccomplish most. AGITTAR1US (Nov. 23 to Dec. Jupiter, auspicious, now stim- lates your incentive and mbitions. Progress and en- uring reward indicated through roperly channeled efforts. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) A day for caution. Before cting, carefully investigate repositions, estimates, new nterprises. generally. Do not epend on hearsay in anything. QUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 9) C l e v e r management must your keyword in day's'battle or gains. Also, concentration on vhat you are doing. Sidestep iffice intrigue. MSCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A plan you deemed absolutely 'perfect" may be subject to a rather sudden revision. In altering, stress independence of bought, action. Ignore advice rom the tradition-bound. YOU BORN TODAY are a lighly talented person; are gregarious by nature and are. endowed with extraordinary intuition and a remarkable memory. If you can overcome random doubts about ypur abilities, you are always ready Tor life's challenges and have the capacity to attain the lofty goals you set for yourself. You are philosophical, have a great love of knowledge and are usually accurate in your appraisal of others. You make educators and writers. Sir; thdate of: Augustus .Saint-; Gaudens, Irish-Amer. sculptor:, Harry Belafonte and Dinah Shore, singers. ' IIII]|lillllllllllllll1llll!lllllll]|llllll!ll1l!]|RII!llli[|!ll!llllllTM B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) iiiiiniiininiM^^ Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and, while he cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use questions in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters to Dr. Coleman in care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1. Hush 5. Young lion 8. Dash 12. Fish sauce 13. Poet's word 14. Insects 15. Leander loved her 16. Nothing 17. French seasons 18. Blinded 20. Asian animals 22. Large bird 23. Russian community 24. They're drawn or cast 27. Paris and Rome 32. Macaw 33. Compass reading 34: Faucet 35. Fills ' to excess 38. Identical 39. Swiss river 40. Chinese pagoda 42. Turkish river 45, Religious · festival 49. Man's name 50. Common value 52. Rational 53. European bird 54. Fish 55. Dry 56. Being 57. Spread grass 58. Young boys DOWN 1. Stadium cheers 2. To the sheltered side 3. Wax . 4. French schools 5. Brings about 6. News agency 7. Zone 8. Judicial writ 9. Lettered 10. Genus of maples 11. Headland Average lime of txlDlion: 26 mio. SQBD Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 19. Printer's measure 21.Wurttem- . berg, measure 24. Resinous substance 25. Riode-- 26. Birds 38. Pismire 29. Annoyed 30. Malay gibbon 31. Enemy scout 36. Liquid used to rinse throat 37. Biblical name 38. Feudal tenant 41. Rough lava 42. Large volume 43. French islands 44. Pin for roasting 46. Scarlett's home 47. Tenny- sonian heroine' 48. Communist 51. American humorist West dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * A Q 9 ¥ K 7 4 · A Q J 6 * 8 7 6 WEST EAST +73 . * 6 4 V Q J 9 3 V H L 8 5 2 · 8 5 4 * K 9 7 2 + A K 1 0 9 *J32 SOUTH 4 K J 1 0 8 5 2 V A 6 .·103 + Q 5 4 The bidding: West North East Sooth Pass 1 NT Pass 3:4 Pass 4 * Opening lead -- king of clubs There are all kinds of in fercnces a decalrer can draw from the bidding or early play of a hand. For example, con sider this deal where South go' to four spades on the bidding shown. West led the king of clubs everyone following low, and shifted to the queen of hearts It was on this trick tha declarer made the highl; unusual move of playing low from dummy and low from his hand! As a result, South made the ontract. West continued with a heart to the ace and declarer drew two rounds of trumps,, nding in dummy, discarded a diamond on the king of'hearts, and played the ace of diamonds "ollowed by the queen. When East covered with the [ing, declarer ruffed, returned to dummy with a trump, discarded a club on the jack of diamonds, and in that way scored his tenth trick. The only -ricks he lost were a heart and two clubs. Certainly South's method of play seems odd, since it appears more natural to win the tieart shift at trick two with the ace, draw trumps, and take diamond finesse. Had declarer adopted this course of play, he would have had reason to regret it. He would have lost a diamond and three clubs for down one. Actually, declarer's method of play was extremely well- founded. He naturally assumed from the first two plays that West had the A-K of clubs and Q-J of hearts, arid that West was therefore highly unlikely to have the king of diamonds also -- in view of his pass as dealer. So, rather than place his hopes on West's holding a card he could scarcely have, declarer played East for that card and so scored a dramatic -- but well-earned -- victory. PONYTAIL \1 24 32 41 49 5ft 25 16 27 SO 20 40 41 5S 58 34 10 II "Hold the maraschino cherry.,. I'm counting calories!" TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results. , : Try 'el Just Dial 442-6242.

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