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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 27, 1974
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PIP WE REALLY LOSE THIS 6AM6 OR \i)M IT AW WE105T fOKTY-TO-NOTHIN6! THE 1 / PIPNT 6Et AM 60ALS? 60AL07.' J TH6i SOT 60 BACK TO THAT AMERICAN DAD.' MAYBE I'VE STUMBLED WTO SOMETHING. TELL. ME MORE ABOUT TUP COIN THIEVES VOU'RE SEE IF HE'S GOT REAL LATER, PEPPER... NAUSEATED. CAN'T THINK AU. I SOT 1 AWT N6VK REAP SANS WSO, AUWRTSAYS \ IS A THE SCRIT, 9UT TWH56 SWOtt HEAP. J PICTUR6S PONT LOW UKE WHAT VOU you HAP us eowyo««f WAS A-AN'OFFERTO I DEMOLISH At-LOUR I HOMES,FO' FREE.'/ AH DONVWANTA ~X WITH US -- SOUMDOMGRATERIL) ^'j7 lt ^ LS WHAR. IS WE. ^5 PORT// GOWAUVE?' rr's MIGHTV DECEWT ) O'YO',O.NOBJ.E. McGESTUP,e,TOG»T ) DOGPATCKMADEA ^ NASHUNAL. SHRINE--J SAY/ I'DIDN'T SEE ASINSLONi HUNTING 6RIZZI-V BEARS HAVE YOU 0BN AW- VM, TANSLFBOT ? A PATE ME'S LEFT Alt ALONE DEAR, WILL I VOU PLEASE ( SWEEP TWE ^ BASEMENT T DAGWDOD.IVE F I CANT ASKED VOU/-rHrTAR YOU TOREE /-^»-lVe GOT TIMES.'X§*vS-r A BAD MOW I REALLV DO HAVE A BAD EAR fca^--Believe/t or.Mrt/ Norlhwctt Arkantas TIMES, Sat., April 77, 1974 AVITTIVILLC, ARKANtAt IM ROUEN, fRANCE,.. A^SfORV STRUCTURE. (SKHK3) A EEMOKWEDSfWHSR ffWMTSeAND BtSKAVER, JWNB) UK BWJOSOW ORDER AND SPENT 49 YEARS in A MWSTei ceil. MADEBV ,, ASIATICS IN ANCIENT TIMES WJKSCKCUIAR FASTENED Of 30AMF5 FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday..comes and find what your.outlook is, according to the stare FOR SUN., APRIL 28 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some complexities indicated. In all situations, be sure you have the facts before making decisions. Travel and outdoor interests favored. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Good will built up in the past will prove an invaluable asset now. You gain added status and importance in several areas. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You may have to revise some plans, change tactics, discard certain ideas but, in the final analysis, what you do well now will produce substantial dividends later. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Better-than-ordinary advantages indicated. But. in all things, look below the surface. Don't he taken in by superficialities. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) The use of an old strategy or piece of advice may be your best stand-by now. Look out for things "offbeat" or out-of- context, however. They can mislead. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Don't mix business with pleasure and don't press issues. For the moment, it will be better to let things take their course. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Some unusual developments in the making will affect you pleasantly. Especially favored n o w : travel, friendships, romance. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) If you have a problem to solve, wait until early afternoon when influences will he better than in the a.m. Otherwise, you may have to revisie your ideas. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Certain .matters in which yo are interested jieed ' an extr push now. Get -to them imme diately. And, in all, stress fore thought, accuracy, tact. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Avoid activities, Ideas o people who are not worthwhii Don't let curiosity overcom your innate good judgment. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 13 You may have difficulty i persuading, gaining yot.r poin but, if you know you are o the right track, keep g o i n even if you understand the rea sons for opposition from certai angles. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) C o n s i d e r all proposition carefully, to determine whethe they are reallv worthwhile - an advisable at this time. In an case, don't be guided by you emotions. YOU BORN TODAY are on of those rare persons who con bine idealism and creativi with realistic know-how, ar your successes. seem to kno no end. Extremely versatil many Taureans often engage : two occupations at once - t several in sequence - an succeed in all. There are man fields in which you 'could reac the top. but you probably woul excel most at painting, interio decorating, horticulture, as a educator or in the medical fiek On the minus side, you ai inclined to try and dominat others; are also inclined towar arrogance and self-will. Try I curb these traits for they conl alienate persons In a positio to help you. Birthdate James U.S.A. Madison, 5th Pros Crossword By Eugene Skeffer ACROSS 1. Slight 5. Greek letter 8. Hurried 12. Feminine name IS. Very warm 14. Story 15. Elliptical 16. Overwhelm 17. Scottish Gaelic 18. Actor: Pidgeon 20. Defaced 88. English dean: William 24. At 25. Fruit refuse 28. Most widely different states 33. Money of account 84. Inlet 85. Sacred vessel 36. Storm* 39. Remain 40, Conjunction 41. Stupefy 43. Ornament 47. Tristan's love 51. Neglect 52. Mature 54. Existed 55. Too often busy? 56. Distress signal 57. Wicked 58. Ogle 59. Make lace edging 60. Pickpockets DOWN 1. FJat- bottomed boat 8. Brilliant star 3. Russian mountain range 4. European sea 5. Military horses 6.1n what way 1. Detail 8. British novelist 9. Salmon 10. Otherwise 11. Exploit 19. Printer's measure 31. Ventilate Avengetlmeflftolulioni 21min Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 23. Leaves the stage 25. Pithy saying 26. Land measure 27. Male sheep 29. Most flavorful 30. Small rug 31. Epoch 32. Firmament 37. Placard 3 8. Before 39. Word in weather report 42. Pronoun 43. Bridge fee 44. Girl friend (Fr.) 45. Without (M 46. Final 48. Son of Jacob 49. Small drainage pipe 50. Lampreys 53. Tibetan gazelle 18 2S 51 2 5Z 14 ST 40 10 It 51 3Z ESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Doctors Able To Clean And Replace Eye Fluid Blindness due to hemorrhages! n the vitreous fluid of the eye 1 ow seems to he curable, A now operation now makes possible to remove Ihc cloudy uid of the eye, clean it, and eplace it in the eye. The clear vitreous fluid once gain allows light to penetrate , and return vision. Dr. Not'hilas Douvas, of Port Huron, Mich., balieves that in arefully selected cases the esults arc extremely good. A umber of other doctors all vcr the country are trying ome modification of this imple operation, The on- husiasm for the results that lave been obtained to dale corns to be mounting as n e w ases arc reported. ARTIFICIAL HIPS Artificial hips have bran manufactured of metal, plastics and a variety of synthetic materials. II i p replacements, once jelievcd to be in the realm of cicnce fiction, are now a prac- ical reality. Recently, a new one-piece a r t i f i c i a l h i p h a s been evclppcd in Russia. It is called he sivash hip. Those who are using it In Russia believe that the new hip ias many advantages and will ivoid some of the post-opera- live complications of hip r«- placement, O t h r o p e d i c surgeions I n Am e r i ca are carefully evaluating this new piosthetia appliance first u s e d by Dr- Cpnstantin Sivash in Moscow eight years ago. Even though it has not yet been universally accepted by all doctors everywhere, It has opened interesting avenues for further study. 'DACRON LOOP' Another orthopedic innovation is being tried for the repair of badly dislocated shoulders. A Dacron loop is being substituted for bone grafts and metallic screws. The advantage of this method is that further surgery to remove h a r d w a r e may no longer he necessary. Dr. William E. thirri"-" -id Dr. Jerry Sisler, of the St. John's Hospital in Tulc'i. Okla.. devised this niethod. The great advantage is thai the patient can begin to function more rapidly, without long poriods of enforced disability. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Manten' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH A 7 6 4 3 V Q 8 * Q 9 7 2 *A J8 WEST *K V 9 6 5 3 · J1085 + K 1 0 9 4 EAST A 9 8 5 2 * K 6 4 3 + 5 3 2 proving that South lacked X-rajr eyes. West returned a heart, the jack forcing the ace. After another round of :rumps, declarer ruffed a heart n dummy, which East overruffed. East returned j a :rump and South played a club to the jack, which held. Tht position now was: . Norft 4 Q 9 7 * A 8 SOUTH A A Q J 10 V A 1 0 7 4 2 · A *Q75 The bidding: South West North Bast 1 V Pass 1 NT Pass 2* Pass 3 * Pass Opening lead-- jack of diamonds. Contrary to popular belief, the expert does not use X-ray spectacles. Instead he employs a built-in set of antennae that assist him greatly in determining who has what. Take this deal from a match between England and Egypt. When the British were North- South, they got to four spades and West led a diamond, won by the ace. Declarer played a heart to the queen, which lost to the king. Back came a trump, the queen losing to the king and · K 64 West ¥ 9 · M B + K10 **1 Declarer played the diamond queen, compelling East to play the king and thus shifting the burden of guarding diamonds to West. .After ruffing the king, South cashed the 10-7 of hearts, forcing West to relinquish the ten of diamonds or ten of clubs. With either discard South would make ten tricks as a result of !he transfer squeeze. Without the queen of diamonds lead the squeeze would have ailed. At the second table, with Egypt now North-South, th« contract and opening lead were the same. Not to be outdone, the Egyptian declarer also made four spades on a transfer squeeze. Great minds run in tht same direction! (C) 1974 King Features Sya- PONYTAIL "I sure miss the good old days when all I had to worry- about was getting gas money... not GETTING gas!" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD OK CLEAR. Readers respond more quickly and favoribl? given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT BASY for the reader-prospect to reach yen. Alwi?! Jmert your telephone number or your n.ime And adrlr«»s. If you do not have- regular hours, jjlve a preferred time to hav« pre-ioicta call you. · ' PLACE YOURSELF In trio reader'" position and ««k your»el( wtl«* you would like to know (about your offer). The annver yo* Sivo will mn~k6 a good Classified ad, WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring inlUfnctlon Art «o. nM through any lack at readership, but hcciiuin thoy do not contain ·nough information to get prompt notion, THE GREATEST RF.ADKR ATTENTION can t» Itcurort tot y«ur fldvortliomenl hy ordering coruccutlvo inurUoM, You nin itftp your lid in tno of K«II||« and then pay only for tho d«y» It WM published There arc nlun very tpeeUl nlei for thoM who ir» dcalrouj of keening their namo or offer before lh» oublio «v«ry

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