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WAS OWNED 8f AM 010 CAVALRY WHO ONLY RODS HIM TO CTOO10M SUNDAYS Oti ,5AIN?1DONT BELIEVE you BETTER BELIEVE// I FEEL LIKE \ TVE JUST HAD A RELIIOIJ0 e J S HI S i THAT WAS A HORRIBLE I THINS YOU SA!D TO ME LAST NIGHTY I'VE DECIDED NEVER TO SP TO YOU AGAIN BUT YOU'RE SPEAKIWG TO ME RIGHT MOV/ 7/A -' THAT'S ONLY BECAUSE WE'RE SUCH GOOD FRIENDS ) Believe Jt orMrt/ DOCTORS DURING A PLAGUE IN MARSEILLES FRANCE. IN THE IfithCtNUKV PROTECTED THEMSELVES FROM PESTILENCE BY WtAEIMG LEATHER SUITS, FEELING PULSES WITH A STICK. flMD WEARING LEATHER. NOSE CASINGS IN 10 A NorthwÂ»rt Arkanwi TIMES, Man., April 29, 1974 PAVITTI IIIHIIIIIIIIIIWH^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Wife Seeks Help For Abnormal Sleep Need PRINCESS TURM and BEYOND RACING AS A SINGLE ENTRY OF C.UMET FARM INTHEflCORN STAKES ftT BamONT PflRK IN 1956, FtNISHCD IH A Of AD HEAT foa riKsr puce TOP WKSE-MOUTH BIACK BASS JSKNOMO BV 4f DIFFERENT NAMES FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section- in which your birthday comes and find what, your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUBS.. APRIL 30. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You may face some opposition now, but do not let it incite you to useless argument or irritability - with little accomplished constructively. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Mixed planetary influences. Some seemingly ungovernable moments likely: Handle with astuteness and deliberation. On the personal side, romance and travel favored. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Stellar forces somewhat restrictive. Avoid a tendency to vacillate, to give up on plans -- projects before they have been given a fair trial. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Emphasize teamwork and lend a hand to those who could use it. Don't shunt aside small jobs because you think them unimportant. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Good solar influences stimu- ate your skills and capabilities. You should feel enthusiastic about the way things go now. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Stow up your tempo long enough to tabulate the score, hut don't take so much time that you lose ground and opportunity. In general, a good day for revaluation. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23). You may now be able to find the solution to a problem which has been bothering you for some time - and in a surprisingly easy manner. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Your Mars premises a new chance for advancement. Keep going in familiar areas and keep extracurricular activities in their proper place. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 otDec 21) Think twice before embarking on any new plan or project; find out if you have al necessary data, and if this is the, best time for it. Discretion needed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Restraint and control of the emotions needed. Listen to al and judge objectively. Leave out personalities and conjee ture. On the other hand, don' let the "double talk" of others confuse you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You may now encounter opposition in the least expected areas. Try to learn reasons then make an attempt to straighten things out - bu: amicably. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Matters of minor consequence may blow up out of proportion - unless you call a halt. Your quick-silver intuition and per ceptiveness should be a help. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with great dignity, a r e m a r k a b l e memory a n c unusual powers of intuition. You are sensitive and imagina live; have a dry and subtle sense of humor. If you take up writing or painting - a;_ many Taureans do - these latter trails will probably dominate your work. You can converse on a wide range of subjects and this fact, coupled with your warmth and understanding combine to make you a delight ful companion. On negative side: You can be extremely stubborn at times; also, dog matic in expressing opinions Curb! Many artists, teachers surgeons and entertainers have been Taurus-born. When tho film "Snow While and the Seven Dwai'ts" first came out my fiance, now my nisband, was given the nick- lame "Sleepy." Even at that time he could fall asleep at the drop of a hat. This has progressed through .he years to the point where jleep dominates his whole life. '. am fearful that he will fall asleep while driving the car. It is true that he works very ong hours and probably has a right to his fatigue. My concern, however, is that t h e r e may be some other reasons for lis abnormal need fov sleep. Mrs. D.J.B., Mo. Dear Mrs. L.: The fact that sleep dominates /our husband's life and obviously affects yours certainly deserves thorough investigation. There are a great number of leurological d i s o r d e r s a n d metabolic disturbances that can produce the picture you describe. For example, a condition known as "narcolepsy" is associated with sudden unexplained attacks of sleep. The exact cause of this is unknown. SLEEP STUDIES Specialists in sleep studies are paying a great deal of alUintion to the condition you are concerned about. They now can study rapid eye movements (REM) to determine patterns of .sleep and the depth of sleep. Excessive fatigue because of overwork can. indeed, be contributing factor to your husband's constant desire for sleep. A complete physical and Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1. Hebrew measure 5. Flowing garment 9. Droop 12. Fairy 13. Collar or jacket 14. Diamond gal 15. Kind of comedy 17. American humorist 18. Cat 19. Mature 21. Bridal patb Z4. Geometric solid 25. North or South 26. Small quantity 30. Greenland Eskimo 31. Map 33. Beverage 33. Gem stone 35. High cards 36. Miss Rivers 37. French seaport 38. Famous- violin 40. Type of soil 42. True (Scot.) 43. Punch- drunk 48. Sacred vessel 49. Ireland 50. Small valley 51. The law thing 52. Cross over 53. Author Scton DOWN 1. Goddess of harvest 2. Honey 3. Epoch 4. Flow in small waves 5. Hardens 6. Aconite 7. Fabulous bird 8. American sea lavender 9. Crafty hypocrite 10. Assistant 11. Secluded valley 16. Girl of. song 20. Hostel Answer to Saturday's puzzle. Zl. Sacred bull of. Egypt 22. Greek letter 23. Griddlecakes 24. Heart 26. Leg hone 27. Common value 28. Rubber trees 29. For fear that 31. Two- wheeled carriages 34. Grass? 35. A squadron 37. Exclamation 38. At a distance 39. Dark area on moon 40. "Dr. Zhivago" heioine 41. Overt 44. Labium 45. God ot . flocks 46. Wield diligently 47. An affirmative IS 30 33 38 21 39 16 27 1,0 7 8 50 45 10 II 28 47 TIVILLI, ABKAM1A* iciirological cMirnimilion, and a brain wnvc study, may reveal nil underlying basis for his condition. Sometimes small amounts of stimulating drugs are used with ;rcal success. I recently saw a mail order Â·ifl that claimed to cure bald- jiess with hormone ointment. Even though the cost is high would try it if I thought it would help my baldness. Mr. H.V., Penn Dear Mr. V.: M o s t states by law ban the use of over-the-counter or direct-mail selling of hormone creams, ointments and lotions. The male sex hormone, testosterone, can be absorbed nto the blood stream through the scalp. An unusual concentration of this hormone may be dangerous to some people. DKUG DANGEROUS Most of the mail order ads that have been sent to me protect themselves by saying "hormone-like" and thereby avoid the legal restriction. The original enthusiasm of doctors for the treatment ot pattern baldness with hormones seems to be diminishing because of their ineffectiveness. 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. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) West dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH *K J 8 7 6 5 V 103 Â» K J 3 2 *A WEST' *103 V K 8 6 * 10 9 8 4 + 7 5 4 2 BAST * 4 2 V Q 9 7 5 2. * 7 * K J 9 6 3 SOUTH * A Q 9 Â» A J 4 Â» A Q 6 5 + Â§108 The bidding: West North East South Pass 1 * Pass 3 * Pass 4 * Pass 4 Â¥ Pass 4 NT Pass 5 * Pass 5 NT Pass 6 + Pass 7 *: Opening lead--ten of diamonds. A partnership will generally do best by choosing as trumps the suit where they have the- greatest number of cards. It follows that they usually select a combined eight-card suit rather than a combined seven- card suit, or a nine-card suit over an eight-card suit, or ten over nine, and so on. However, this rule has its ex- ceptions. There are times when an eight-card suit, divided 4-4, serves as a better trump holding than a nine-card suit. This hand from the international team trials in 1966 provides an example-. If the hand is played at spaties or notrump. declarer makes twelve tricks, period. At one table North-South got to seven spades, automatically down one, and at the other six tables the final contract was either six spades or six no- trump. At only two tables was the excellent contract of serven diamonds reached. Played in diamonds, the grand slam was foolproof. All that declarer had to do was ruff a club in d u m m y to produce a thirteenth trick on top of the twelve he had started with. The thirteenth trick was not available in any contract but diamonds. The advantage of playing the 4-l fit rather than the 6-3 fit is that declarer makes an extra trump trick. With diamonds as trumps, he makes five rlininonHs and six spades, but with spades as trumns. he makes only four diamonds and six spades. The eight-card suit serves more efficiently than the nine-card suit. Note that North never did rebid his spades, despite a holding of six of them, and that South never supported spades with the A-Q-9. Both players realized that the 4-4 trump suit would produce- an extra trick or two that could not be scored if spades were trumps. PONYTAIL BE A CUT-UP! You can save many times.rhe small subscription price of the Northwest Arkansas TIMES simply by clipping the money-saving coupons that appear almost daily in the ads.