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May 9, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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Sleeveless garment BACK TO wia you CMECK IF YOU'RE SO INTERESTED IN 1 GRASS--WHY DOM'T YOU GO OUT AMD MOW IT SERVES. ME RIGHT MARVELWG AT MIRACLES I WAS MARVELING AT THE MIRACLE THAT TUPMS GRASS GREE A^D MAKES IT GROW WHY ARE YOU STARING OUT THE WINDOW LIKE THAT? R»9-s--Better* A or AW/ 70 DOS TfttCYCLt INVENTED ft A FRENCHMAN NAMED GUITU. THT MWHS mat atvoiveo BV 2 RUNNING DOSS w TOWERING TURK SiROK. HIW3ARY, JUfiTURfU. SIO FOK/HfiTtON Northwe* Arkaiww T1MK, Thur*., May 9, W4 ILL*. A*KAN*AS . LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Smallpox Vaccinations Reaches Phobia Stage gum miiiuiMiiiMiiimiiiiiffl miniiMiniiiiiiioiiiiii m m iMiiliiiw^iwwtil necessary, why? (1365-MOT) IXRINGVI TOURNAMENTON IONDON BRIDSE, ENSIANR LErVED OFF HIS HoRSt ANDMOUMTED n^6Aw-AW^r HEARING A FULL SUIT aFARMog(UKf6.1390) [···MM FRANCES DRAKE A tew years ago our children were not allowed to enter school unless they were vaccinated. I now hear ihat this is no longer Daily Your Horoscope UllllllllllllUIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIfflrailllHIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIiUlim^ Is this true and Mrs. V.P.. N.J. Dear Mrs. P-: I assume that you are referring to vaccination against smallpox. There has been a distinct change in attitude in recent years about the need for this vaccination. This is because the disease in considered to be wiped out. Public Health officials at this time no longer require evidence of vaccination for readmittance to the United States after foreign travel. SAFETY RECORD The safety record is apparently so great that some stales may not require vaccination [or entrance to schools. If you are referring to protection against diphtheria, whoop ng cough, measles. German leasles. tetanus, and polio here may not be a legal re uirement, hut certainly child en deserve the prolection from II of these diseases. A single loss of life, anywhere n the world, because oF inade uate protection is a tragedy hat must be avoided. Look in the section in which i your birthday comes and find .vhat your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) If any of your plans have been blocked lately. THIS is the time to try again. Study new trends since you will soon play an active role in an expected situation. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Remain your inborn optimis- you wade through matters, complicated issues or just plain tasks. Time is very much on your side now. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A distant goal now seems to be within reach. Press on, and don't let others discourage you. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) A new surge of energy should far along the road to success and recognition. But keep your eye on the main objective. Don't go off on tangents. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Do not let a personal disappointment mar your overall perspective. Continue to aim for Your adeptness, and intuition should be untent now. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) investigating background you receive, you good way to im prove your financial set-up. But DO investigate. Don't act pulsively. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) A good day for "nulling strings." Persons of influence will he highly amenable should you need their help. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) tendencies toward You can be your independent self withou 1 being arrogant or dottti nering--and you'll gain more. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to De 1) If you have doubts or uncer- aintics about launching a cer- ain project, it would be well o heed. Try to find Ihe under- ying reasons lor your hesi- :ancy. :APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Some unprecedented situa ions or unusual propositions ndicated. Study well but defer taking action until early nexi week. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 191 Under good Saturn influences your imagination is heightened Give your creative ideas the 'full treatment." They should work out well. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some difficulty in com munication likely."Be especiall careful in what you tell anothe'l ''confidentially." It could boom erang. YOU BORN TODAY are a? extremely talented individua and have all the potentials Fo making a great success in liFe-- IF you use them. You are, how ever, inclined toward lazines: at times and this trait yoi MUST curb if you are to sue ceed in your undertakings, DC pending on your inclination and education, of course, y o could excel in science (med cine particularly), any one o the arts or in any professio: dealing with the outdoors. Yo have a great love of heritag and tradition and would mat an excellent historian. You ]ik to travel but, at heart, you ar homebody and are umisnall; devoted to your family. Birth date of: Claude Rouget d Lisle, author of "La Mar seillaise": James, Viscoun Bryce, Eng. jurist, statesman Fred Astaire, dancer. world-renowne Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 38. Moslem L Cabbage decree salad 40. Roman S. Fish numeral 9. Tennis term 41. Motion 12. North or picture South award 13. Medicinal 43. Seasoned plant 47. Card 14. Australian game bird 48. Fruit 15. Desserts 51. Eviscerate 17. Marble 52. Medley U. Settle down 53. Father snugly 54. Donkey B. Jogs 55. Desire Zt Printer's St. Throw measure 22. Bricklayer 24. Heavenly body 27. Polish 28. Farm building 31 Haunch 32. Exist 33. Scottish river 34. Land DOWN L Bridge {.Horse's gait 3. Mountains 4. Turmoil 5. Garment 6. Son-in-law of Mohammed 7. Fish eggs 8. Nuisances t. Beverage 10. Neglect 11. Insects IS. Shade tree time of «*nio«: 23 mat, Answer to yesterday's pozzle. 20. Steal 22.-Antoinette 23. Chopped 24. Shinto temple 25. Twitching 28. Fruits 27. Hospital section 29. Thing (law) JO. Snare 35. Epoch 37. Most depraved 39. Type of weapon W. Vehicle 41. Russian feminine name C. French coins 43. Speck 44. Group of three 45. Makes mistakes «. Stains 4). Wing ». Transgression When should a hot wale wttle be used rather than an ce bag for stomach pains? Mrs. E. E., Ga;. Dear Mrs. E.: ' ; Many people refer to "stomach pains" when they really mean "abdominal pains," Yoft pparently are concerned witb pains in the abdomen. ;. Pains, cramps and spasmj are usually unimportant. Occa; ionally, however, these painsj cramps and spasms may be symptoms of more seriouj mderlying conditions. '· HOT OR COLD I For this reason there is no universal rule about the choice, of hot or cold applications. For example, the simple, easily recognized pain of menstrual cramps can benefit from heat.; A cyst on the ovary or a» attack of appendicitis may, on he other hand, definitely be :iarmed by heat. Persistent abdominal paiti associated with nausea, vomi^ ng and diarrhea should not bje treated by home remedies of any kind. Enemas can convert a simple problem into a complicated one. ; The character, the intensity and the distribution of pain 't§ of extreme diagnostic importance to the doctor. Both hot and cold can mask or hide pain and give a false sense of security in some abdominal disorders. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play ^Jorth-South vulnerable. NORTH * 9 4 V A 10 8 i * A Q 7 + A K 10 9 WEST *.Q76 ¥173 · 1 0 8 4 2 * Q 4 3 2 EAST A K 8 5 3 2 » 6 2 * K J 9 S + 7 6 SOUTH * A J 10 ». K Q J 9 4 * 6 3 + J 8 5 The bidding: South I V West Pass Pass North 3* 6 V East Pass diamonds, drawn trumps, and then tried the club finesse, the story would nave been altoge- ,her different. South's diamond ,oser would have gone on dummy's fourth club and he would have lost only a spade trick. When you think about the matter, it becomes clear that what led to South's undoing was diamond finesse at trick one. The fact is that the finesse could not help South to make his contract. If West had the king, the finesse would work all right, but it would not bring South any closer to home. Before playing to trick one, South should have pondered over what he required to make the contract. As a spade loser is inevitable in any case, it is cannot make the hand unless the club finesse succeeds. It is equally evident Ihat if I he club finesse is due to succeed. South does not need the diamond f i n - esse. To finesse the diamond is an absolutely futile gesture. The Opening lead - two of diamonds. Obviously one should tend to avoid a finesse that produces no profit when it succeeds aim i finesse ele.irly jeopardizes the is expensive when it fails. T h e ' s l u m and hence incurs an un- principle is self-evident, but the type of hand where it applies is not always easy to recognize. South was in six hearts and West led a diamond. Declarer finessed the queen, losing to the king, and later went down one the club finesse taken the ace of even though succeeded. Had South necessary risk. The only lime the diamond finesse shows a profit is when West lias the king of diamonds and E a s t has Ihe queen of clubs. In that event declarer saves a trick one instead of by going down two, but this ii surely an insignificant factor where a slam in concerned. PONYTAIL "Donald, you look like you've got a lot on your mind. Why don't you buy me a cheeseburger and tell me all about it!" Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 1)£ o day. That's a bargain! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242 ON TOP OF THE NEWS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!

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