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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 36

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1974
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!Believe /t orAbt/ IS SOCAILED BECAUSE ITS LEAVES ACQUIRE FRAGRANCE flFTER 1HEY HAVE MLTED AMD DRIED THE WATER TOWER of KADUHA., NIGERIA FORMERLY SERVED AS TH WHY IN THE. MAME OF CQViMON SENSE OiOVOU J E FOUND DAISY I! N THE CUC 5.' IE CAN'T WALK.' HALL IN ZOHGURU, BU WAS MOVED A MILE \ KADUfJA WHEtltTBKA THE MM CAPITAL KOBE DONKEYS -BUr THEIR WIVES WAIMD BEHIND THIM NorthwOTt Arkanws TIMES, Wed., May 1, 1974 · 39 FAVETTEVIlLe. ARKANSAS FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in wlijch your birthday comes and fitui what your outlook is, according o the slai's. FOR THURS., MAY 2 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Don't let your enthusiasm get ihc better of you. Your ambitions should be controlled it Ihe course they take makes you ruthless with others. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You rarely muddle through things in inefficient fashion, but may now tend to be disenchanted, capricious, cureless in word or deed. Curb such inclinations. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A potetst Mercury day slimu lates your versatility, ingenuity and general mental alertness. Cooperate with helpful influences and it wil pay off. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Do tiot u n d e r t a k e enterprises BUT SURELY X OKAY, PEPPER. DO ·L CAN DO \YOU THINK THIS.- SO/AETHING IUH...DANCER 3wr\t i mnv, / , IU £s YOU? WElC\YOU'RE BLUSHING.' 1 ...UHjGOOt7.TUENGOBACK 1 ... / AND TRY TO FIND f W H E R H HER COINS (COME FROM. VIE'RE , INTERESTEP ONL\ It* .THHSNOVJ r OH,YES. AND IN PEAUNG WITH ORIENTAL BELLY PAMCERS/ SON, - A FATHER'S ADVICE 15 TO BE CHARMING... SIKCERE.~ANP ABOVE ALL.~TO BE WARY/ VEP--I'M THROWN'OUT THRILLlW HAIKI'T IT, TDREELIZE ALLTHAT LUXURY K, ) MEREW A J FEW FLOOR'S UNDER IT'S THE MASTER' PLEASE DOSl'T GO IN. IT HAS JUST DEEM CLEANED. YOURS IS StlVERAU R.IGMT5 UP- t-^ar 1 ^ IN 1-WIDKUlSPOP.T ARE I;QUAU '.! A SERVAMT i i WRI « n 1 1 I IN ^' LL SHOW YOU TO VOLIR , L ^-° UN QUARTERS SHARP. VOP.EJ I lOMfi WII-" y US RATS/.' ...FIRST TIME THIS YEAR THAT STUPID TRAIM WASN'T RUNNIN6 LATE./ DID LIKE '·· VOD SAIP.~ T- ROPE IHIM DOWM A SMOOTH 5 TRAIL, TMErJ OVER -. SOME BUMPY £ RAILROAD TRACKS THE YOU TAKE OUT BALONEY.' WEVE NEVER S 7_ VET.' YOU SUMS THE S LL.TALK A3OUT ALL.THOSE 8IG BIL! - "Ill OH, COMH CM-LET'S i DAGWOOD, WHYOO,M'TYOUAE TURM OFF TiE ; TELEVISIOM AND Kt"?- TALJ TO MS LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Patient Has Trouble Finding The Answers which you cannot possibly handle nor make promises which you can't fulfill. Curb SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Doc. Certain suggestions must, be i g n o r e d ; others accepted q u i c k l y , put to discerning ifte. ' The right choices can result in a field day. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Planetary influences now favor novel pursuits, imaginative r e v i t a l i z i n g of all interests. Display your talents in marketable areas. A Q U A R I U S (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Even if all is not patterned neatly and precisely, don't fret. Take each situation in t u r n and consider all factors involve-;]. V m i c a n c h a n g e many "im- possib'c" situations. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Excellent, Neptune influences. \n encouraging period! Holster .' o u r self-confidence, y n u r lowers of concentration, anil be patient for the results thai will overoptimism One of my brothers has syringomyelia. We have found little bit of information, but hope that you can enlighten us more. He doesn't seem to be able to get his questions answered by his own doctor. Mrs. E. J. ilacL.. Conn Dear Mrs. MacL.: It is always distressing to me when a letter states so explicitly that a doctor does not satisfactorily a n s w e r patient's questions. Such a break in communication dot's both the doctor and the patient a great injustice. Often it becomes necessary to carefully examine the reason why a patient leaves the doctor's office in a state of con fusion. MESSAGE MUDDLED A patient's rightful anxiolj distorts his understanding of the doctor's message. lie ma: become too nervous or embar rassrd to ask the doctor to repeat or clarify that which he does not understand. When the patient later tell; his f a m i l y what the doctor said the error in communication compounded. When such a situation occurs it is imperative that the- patten specifically ask the doctor U f i n d a convenient time, frei from pressure, to again cxplai Because of the symptoms, h a n d l e situation. It is best to have nother member of the.- family resent to insure thorough ndcrslanding. Y o u r brother's disease, yringoinyelia, is a neurological isease of the spinal cord and lie lower part of the brain. The- xact cause is unknown. The lisorclcr is so complex that no ypical set of symptoms exist. come. YOU RORN' j'.'en cnlo\ved TODAY have . with unusual diversification treatment nade on a day-to-day basis, de- e-nding on the exact complaint. "miisfsr" before laking on new ohlif*atinns. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Planets hc-ncfic, generally sponsoring new advances. A chance to exercise your gift of enterprise, which is considerable. VIRGO (Aug. 2.1 to Sept. 23) Skepticism could defeat the fully charged action this day deserves. Believe in yourself nd in your goals - and kcerj forging ahead. LIRRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Avoid being led astray hy those who are heedless of circumstances, careless of responsibilities. You will face more distractions than you think, so keep up your guard. SCORPIO (Ocl. 24 to Nov. 22) Survey chances: some shoul be rewarding. Plan on some expansion but curtail where necessary. Get your picture in focus, and you will benefit later. creative- ability, an all-encompassing love of beauty and a warm and outgoing ' m a n n e r which a t t r a c t s others at firsb sight. You have a g i f t for words and a sense of rhythm t h a t practically guarantees success should you [urn to writing or music as a career. However, should you take up business instead, you may well turn to cither of the aforementioned arts as an avocation, Kither w o u l d . b e a suclndiil outlet for your emotions and for the idc-a!- isin which is basic in your nature. Your love and sympathy for your fellosvman makes you a "natural" for medicine or nursing, and your a f f i n i t y for the outdoors may lead you to horticulture, agriculture oi v botany with great success. On the minus side. your innate stubbornness a n d ' tendency to lie dogmatic with -associates can lead 1o enmity, So-o-o... Cur!)! Birthdato of: ... Great, of R u s s i a ; Hing singer. Crosby, . Our II)-year-old d a u g h t e r has n enormous appetite. She is embarrassing overweight. We lave been unable to control her eating habits. Mrs. G. Y.. S.D. Dear Mrs. Y.: An uncontrolled ravenous appetite, along with such excessive weight, needs immediate attention. EXCESS EATING Bulimia is the term used for insatiable appetite. If allowed to progress, the reversal of the condition becomes extraordinarily difficult. Therefore it is urgent thai all physical and psychological causes for such compulsive eating be studied. If there is no physical reason, then a psychological evaluation must be started. 3. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. Both sides vulnerahle. NORTH * K 9 6 5 · 97 + K 8 6 3 Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1, Breach 4. Bishop's headdress 9. Weaken. K, Tree 13. Growing out 14. Fruit drink 15. Gospel author 17. Electrified particle . Before 19. English school Zl. Varnish ingredient 24. Havcd 27. Turkish officer 28. Smalt coins (abbr.) 30. Truman's birthplace 3.1. The rainhow 33. Distress call 35. Space org: 36. A star 38. Leather moccasin 40. Corded fabric 41. Arranges 43 .'Ship's rigging 45. Pear (obs. var.) '46. Equal: comb. form 47. Social gathering 49. Gospel author .SI. Eskimo k n i f e 55. Russian union '56. The t u r - meric 57. Sesame 58. Used for roofing 59. Burmese demon Average lime I DOWN 1.A fuel 2. Cool -encumber 3. Greck lettcr 4. Involving measurement 5. Forces in 6. Philippine peasant 7. Anesthetic 8. Leasehold right 9. Gospel author 10, Commotion Answer to yesterday's puz7.Ic. Jl. Female swan 16. Seine ^20. Man in Genesis · 21. Young girls Zl. Be in harmony 23. Apostle ol the Gentiles 125. Artist's stand 26. Arrange in folds 29. A bribe 32. Black-lin snapper .34. A fahric .37. Saclikc cavities 39. Chess picco 42. Size of type 44. Mountain . gap ;47. Exclamation .48.Hchrew priest 50. Greenland Eskimo 51. Footed vase 52. Large onrrofc $?,. Devour WEST *V 10 9 8 7 - · A 8 6 4 3 + 9 7 5 4 EAST *74 W 5 3 2 » Q 5 2 + A Q J 10 2 SOUTH * A Q J 1083 2 V A 6 4 · K J10 The bidding: South West North East 1* Pass 3* Pass 6* Opening lead - - ten of hearts. Very few people ever forgot their first encounter with Sylvia. It wasn't t h a t she played so hadly. but t h a t she played so differently. Her conception of the game was, to say the least, u n i r j n e , and you simply couldn't help becoming iwarc of it. The first time I played igainst her. 1 held the South land West .hat the slam hinged on losing : only one diamond t r i c k . If was obvious that if East .' (Sylvia) held the A-Q I would : . surelv make the hand, and t h a t : : if West had the A-Q I w o u l d . ; surely not make it. The only cases t h a t could ; matter were those where West had the ace and East the queen. - oi- West had the queer! and East [he ace. In either ot these cases , 1 would have to judge the right : ay to play the diamonds. In order to improve my ; chances, I won t h e heart, drew ;trumps, and led the king of ; clubs. I was sure that this play ' would locale the ace nf clubs, and I would then assume that : the other player had the ace . ' of diamonds. U n f o r t u n a t e l y , when I led the king of clubs, Sylvia, d e s p i t e ; ; her m a g n i f i c i e n t clubs, played the deuce! As my readers may " know. Sylvia had a stubborn : streak, and she held firmly to the view that if I wanted her , . to play the ace on the king. J ;he would not oblige me by ' doing so. ; I rurted. of course, m a k i n g · mental note t h a t West had the ace. This also thoroughly J convinced me (hat West could not have the ace of diamonds, for w i t h two aces he would : surely have led one of them. So I entered d u m m y with a ; h e a r t . led a d i a m o n d , and c o n f i - d c n t l y played the k i n g . Much to my c h a g r i n . West took the and got to six spatles. lace, r e t u r n e d a diamond, and led a heart ami I s a w i l went down one! PONYTAIL 5-1 TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results.

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