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April 30, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PHASE, OH. PLEASE, DCNt tETNEKCAUCNAlE.'l'U. SOWS. HAP 8HK8ANNSP JUST, rXEASE.OONT LET HOC CAU. ON ME TOWW.. ' --- /.AW NAME IS 1-- OONAU5 OUCK.AAy PHCN6, AWK1NS A «ANO TOTAL CA4HXXH7CHEC AND ZIP CODE NUMBERS ARE RESPECTIVELY: sunnciENT IDCNTlFICATION. I'M AFTER THE SNOW MUSEUM YWHTS TO BUVrr SACK--HO QU6GTM4S ASKED~ IT TO THE MUSEUM. LSEC, PAG. THY-PWCH-TW COIN THIEVES | «MM COLLECTION. S«15 IT VflU. PE TKAGIC JfTlK *M NOT AFTER J THIEVES. GET AIARM5P AMPMOT IT POW» FOR THE SILVER AMP WtP CONTENT. \f A LEEnE OL 1 ]l SPLINTER DONE I STUCK A DA06URN SPLINTER ·NMVTOE, SNOFFV BAREFOOT BARLOWS WMTONMRIX HAPP6WT VEP- FT SHORE WtE»M AXED TOUVE WKECKOLW. YuutJtii «»«»·»* UX HOMES.-?"! IWIHitWOWS' ORHOW UVMUL O'TMCM -AND V- ACQUIRED ) CHEAP S SMMAMTS") TO 1WVITE. US WTO TI-AR LCWELV HOMES.?" OOR VIEW, AT GO/ERNMEMT AHAf SLICKS/ N6VERBEPJ RIDO£N FASTER THAN A WALK ear HIT HERB lAffT /rVONTH. v 90 HCS PUT UP A 3I6M BEFORE I METVOU^ I OOf/TKNOW WHETHER I LOVED YOU y_ ORNOTV OH, BOO'HOO'HOO- IP VtXJ RE*LUV LOVBD THAT VvOULONY M4.KE ANV WPFEftENCE OOVOU AS MUCH NOW YOU wer ME? ITS BRANCHES FLATTEHOUTW3 rOOH THE RHCTON · · »AYITT EUW or THt CHURCH of sooss, AUSTRIA, c. HAD ORKSttMUY SSM FOR IOOOYWK AS A#W« i»Bfl, IVILVI. AKKAMtAS m TIMM, Tu*l., April SO, W4 IIIimillllTill'TII LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. 'Stripping' Operations Relieve Varicose Veins HIWHJlWIIIMMMMIimMMllHIMIIWM IHeWIIHnHWMWIIHIW FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope MUM iniiNnHnnuiM^^ .Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is,-according to.the stars. . FOR WED., May I ARIES (Mar. 21,t6 Apr. 20) A day for distinguished fanning and achievement. No :ircuitous road for you: nor ack of enthusiasm! Some ol your objectives are close to attainment. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Good stellar influences should ·ncourage you to step out and try for bigger gains. Accelerate your pace, hut do not reduce effectiveness by scattering energies. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Your chances for advancement in cherished pursuits are good now, but don't go too far out ^on the proverbial limb and don t go off on Undents. CANCER (June 2 2to July 23 Stars indicate that you could now strike out for a higher goal. You may have to take a different route to achieve it, but the new avenue could be a better one. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Unique ideas, thoughtfully presented - and at the right time - could bring new gains now. A good period, also, for making long-range plans. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Objectivity, and foresight will be this day's prime requirements. Do not be coerced into deals or activities which you would not normally consider. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Your artistry may be so stimulated now that you wonder where all your ideas come from. But just follow them to their logical conclusion and you 11 be amazed at results. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) It may be your turn to take the initiative now, but be as careful In details as you would be in major issues. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. Some complicated situations now call for carelul discussion, mediation between opposing art il s *,, shi . f l in Potions* Handle all with your innate foresight and discretion. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. ( . . to ot i i e r s . . Their methods may be different but possibly are as good or better than yours. Discuss, don't hassle. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Channel efforts where they will serve . advantageously, where your unusual talents are ^fl ^ an ,? appreciated. be led off a constructive --sr-- Feb - 20 to Mar. 20) I he Piscean is noted for his generosity, but don't let excessive sympathy or emotions rh n rt y^, alt TMisni into unwise channels. Use good judgment. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a fine itellect. ofty ambitions and the tenacity required to attain them. The fields in which you can succeed are almost endless since your versatility is outstanding. You l a v e definite inclinations oward art, but are also attracted to science (especially in the medical and research fields); could succeed in the law. diplomacy, music or practically any are a of the entertainment world. Do not let tendencies oward willfullness and obstinacy alienate those who h a v e vour best interests at heart- Birthdate of: Sir John Lubbock, atronomer; Glenn Ford, film star: J a c k Parr, TV personal- ty. I have varicose veins. I havt been told that the only way I can get iny relief Is by an operation called "stripping," Can you tell mi how successful thli is? Is it safe at the age of 58?-Mr. A.S., N.Y. Dear Mr. S.: Varicose veins are an enlargement of the blood vessels that bring blood back from the feet to the heart. It Is said that the upright position of man is probably one of the greatest contributors to this condition. Small valves are present in the superficial and deep veins of the feet and legs. Because of back pressure within the /eins these valves very often lose ttieir effective function. The Veins then become enlarged and less effective in carrying the blood to the heart. NEW TECHNIQUE "Stripping" of the veins is a highly specialized technique which surgeons now use- with great success for the removal of varicose veins. The results are excellent and the procedure is remarkably safe. Before any surgery is undertaken on people in your age group, a general examination is made to rule out any hidden problems that may exist. In the absence of these, surgery at 58 Is not hazardous. The excellence of modern anesthesia adds to the »afety of the operation. Is it possible for a woman who has given birth by Caesarean delivery to again hava a child without a similar operation? Mrs. R.B, Nev. Dear Mrs. B.: The most frequent reason for Caesarean delivery Is probably some anatomical defect of the mother's pelvis which makes it impossible tor the normal delivery through the vaginal canal. If (his is the cause and fha anatomical defect is present, the likelihood Is. of course, that further deliveries will be made in the same way. OTHER REASONS There are, however, a number of other reasons why » Caesarean operation is performed. A long labor, with exhaustion of the mother, may threaten the life of the baby and urgent delivery then becomes imperative. An old axiom, "once a Cae- serean always a Caesarean," may not be as scientifically correct today as it was at the turn of the century. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridqe (Top Record Holder to Marten" Individual Championihlp Play) flflflWIIIfltlTtlin North-South vulnerable. NORTH + A Q J K 8 4 WEST *!«»» v.iotts: +1 EAST * A J 8 7 4 V A J I · S 4 * » 7 I SOUTH * K 8 V K Q I 7 4 T1* bidding: North Ewt 1*. 1* 3* Put West 2« Pa* SNT Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS I. Footlikt part 4. London Gallery (.Taunt 12. Grampus 13. Deitroy 14. Beige 15. Old French proytnc* 17. Curs II. Pile tinge 19. Swiss canton 20. Manservant 22, Not riegntiv* 24. Minced oath IS. Primitive J9. Operate «.Tntoxl- eating 21. Wire measure n. South I«kot« area «. California viller W. River In Italy M. Initiated 37, Famous Dinah 49. Fairy 41. Heavy volume 42. Cocktails 48. Dry 47. Medicinal plant 4«. Netherlands commune 49. Defense org. 50. Transaction 51. Rusciin river DOWN 1. Small explosion AT«T«|« lime of · 2. Blunde- 3. Land of the Thistle 4. River in England 5. Relative 6. Spasmodic ' twitch 1. Compass reading *.A command I. Maple genus 10. Persia 11. Bulrush 16. Competed 19. Occupied lulivn; 23 mlti. Answer to ye»terdiy'« puale! 2fl.Partof speech Zl. Guatemala volcano 22. Madrid boulevard 23. Covert 25. English Quaker 26. Fancied 27. East Indian palm 2f. Ardor 30. Rodent 33. City in Texas J4. St. Philip TC, Climbing palm 17. s The Mm" 38. Book of hours ;3», Neglect 40. Malay an canoe 42. Inline 43. English rural festlvil 44.ArtlBd»I language 45, Oriental Opening lead--ten of spades. Let's assume you're in three notrump and West leads the ten of spades. When you follow low from dummy, East signals with the eight and you win the trick with the king. You have eight winning tricks and the big question is what to do at trick two, remembering of course thai, you see only the North-South cards. . T w o methods of play are worthy of consideration. One is to lead the king or queen of hearts, discarding a diamond from dummy, and the other ii to lead the nine or jack of diamonds, planning to finesse. The fact is that one of these plays is clearly..correct and the other is clearly wrong. All the same, it ,is perfectly possible to make the wrong pay, which is to lead a diamond instead of a heart at trick two. The superficial attraction of leading a diamond is that you plan to finesse into the non-dangerous hand, East, who cannot advantageously return a cpiide. This reasoning is fallacious, as is demonstrated when West plays Uhe q u e e n of diamonds at trick two and knocks you right out of the box. As the cards lie, you are doomed, whatever you do next. The correct view is that the contract cannot be mada against proper defense unless East has the ace of hearts. The diamond setup is a snare and a delusion. A diamond play at trick two contributes nothing of value to making the contract. Even if the diamonds are favorably placed, the contract will still be defeated with proper defense if West has the ace of hearts. Leading the king or queen of learts offers . a much better chance for the contract, and. n the actual case, .settles the ssue when it turns out that East has the ace. PONYTAIL HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD ·E CtEAK. R*«!«n r«i«m! nwr« aulokly «n fivoriWy flvtn wmpUtt, or dtdnltt infenMUon. MAKB IT CAIV tor ih» rMdi.r-prMlWKt to r««* i you. Alw«yi Inwrt rear UltpHeni numMr «r y«ur »am« «nd Mart*. If you do flOt«:v« HiuUr fcouM. «lv» · pr«f«rr«d tlm» t» h*v pro*p*et« oil] 7011. PLACC 1" the rut»r'f ptxitlon IMI uk ?«un*1! wlut nm would lib* t» kn«w 'inout your «tf*r). Th« «uw«r jeu «lv* will Mkt · too* Cli»lrl«d ·*. 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