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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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I 60T AN VON M EN6LISH TEST! THAT'S THE H1SHEST 6RAPE I'VE EVER 60rTENl TM AT 4 NOT AN * N * tit.. THATVA'^lHtWHAyE THE PAPER TURNED SlPEWWS uH 6^ RATS .'FOR ONE BRIEF EXCITING MOMENT I THOU6HTI HAD A N " N * ! KEMRVfe LENDING- LIBRARY jJoUH.LlUEV-- ww ALL.THS) " IT'S THE SQUEAKV MDISE, PU? kVHEEL THAT GETS 1 ~"--\i--1 TweseeAse," V C BROTHER -- AND j?S ( I WANT SERVICE/ f X TOU? THAT SULLX .fiUY MY KAWE Wft JOHH S1N6ET?... AMD T WAS STAYING \ATJMSOflSIS HOTfeL. t BETTER HOP/ I OVER ANP SET AftYSELF A ROOM. I'M SORRf, S1R,6UT WE HAVE NO VACANCY. LATER! SUUV PROPS gV THE OASIS, IfiK. SlrJGEKrrJOJTODY BY THATl ^Again, the Tamps do glimmer, "SJ When, company's out the doop«-- | lucre's yet a place RH those who once remairued., I And. aren't with us, arrymope. .--^1 f _A moment's stir in ashes, V In.'bride-hearth. vrarniJh N. On. the swaying limbs ) -we gtumblecL f But it can't be said. 3sL we fell. SNUFFY!! WHV DON'T VE SUSPRISE LOWEEZVflWSWEEP OUT TH' HOUSE flFORE SHE GITS BflCK FROM TH'STORE? THEV ) ® HITS \ EVWM THING I -CEPTX 'V £r- FOLKS.'.'THE.Y IS ROTTEN AIMCAS- Nor'TILL TOKAORKY MIGHT. WHILE vo' OS-VO'GITS THEM/.' THAT'S CALL.£D A CHIP SHOT TWIS NEXT TWINS IS CAU.D, PUTTIN S-io THAT'S CALLED A , ' " *·= fiAizee, wnicn piKscrioN ie CAMP SWAMPY? ·· t S-tO |£Ws--Bdicvc/torAbt/ NorthwMt AHumm TIMtS, Friday, May 10, 1974 FAvrmviLLi, AHKANCAS tt* THAT fLOORISHTO x \ AND · iFRODUCH) . PUJM · TWIATOES AFTER ^MARIAN IAZYNSKI (B69-I9S6)OFKIW!NTHE UKRAINE, PRACTICED · MEDIC IME FDR 63VEARS -UHTIL HISD£ATH AT THE AGE OF 87 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. 'Functional' Means Absence Of Disease Would a heart condition that is called "functional" produce an abnormal reading? Dear Mrs. G.: electrocardigram Mrs. B.C., Calif. iveeor Toeer -s DRESSED ) · FOR V I THOUGHT YOU COULDN'T STAND W1NONA WHY CTO YOU "^ HAVE TO REMIND ME OF THAT? j--' NOW I WON'T EMJOY THE PARTY ·IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH^ FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope The descriptive word "functional" is used in the medical sense to indicate the absence of organic or physical disease. When a condition is "functional" there is a psychological basis for the illness. A functional heart condition, therefore, is one that has no intrinsic defect or abnormality of the heart itself. It is difficult to understand how an abnormal electrocardiogram tracing could possible occur in the absence of heart disease. EMOTIONAL STRESS Yet it can occur. A highly tense person may, for example, have palpitations of the heart because of emotional stre.ss. This would show up in an EKG. When once the diagnosis ol a condition is definitely proven to be functional in origin, the emotional cause must be founc and eliminated. Reassurance minimum ..... in- ........ HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiniiiniiiiiiHiaiiiniiii! ..... I«IIHIIIIHIIIIIIII»IIIIIBIUIIII ........ miniumTM Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according to the stars. FOR SAT., MAY 11 SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) A day calling for flexibility. Don't adhere rigidly to a course w h e n n e w developments definitely call for a change of policy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. and professional guidance ar» the ideal methods for handling a functional problem. Can iron cure anemia? Miss R.T., lowi Dear Miss T.: A specific type of anemia is known as "iron deficiency anemia." An inadequate diet, severe loss of blood, or some peculiarity or iron absorption can Te responsible for this special .ype of anemia. There can be no speculatioin about this or any other kind of anemia. If iron deficiency is present, treatment is directed ;o replacement of the iron with iron tablets or with foods high in iron content. BLOOD STUDIES Repeated blood studies are done to follow the improvement as treatment progresses. Expensive tonics and vitamin supplements are no more effective than the simple inexpensive ones that are suggested by doctors. The highly touted ones w i t h "magical" properties unnecessarily deplete the pocketbook. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You can expect a pleasant 21) day, with associates radiating Your impulse to "get going" · ·- ;ood Jtars will and especially congeniality. favor 'travel and communication with interesting people. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Hobbies and artistic endeavors should prove unusually rewarding now. And, like Aries, you may meet new people who prove highly stimulating. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Don't count on -- or spend -- anticipated funds before you actually have them in hand. Key interests may need a bit should be checked until associates are ready to join you. Forcing matters will only lead to dissension. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) With further thought, you now see possibilities in "hitherto so, barren areas of achievement ,,,,, if you're in a a mood to take a chance, go ahead. Success likely. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) G o o d stellar influences. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder te Masters' Individual Championship Playl IIIIIHHIMHilllWIIWIHIIIM .--.. ..._, ..,,,, » ,,,,. interests, home improvements, of an extra push, but don't.go family concerns and social to extremes. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) IF dubious about accepting a certain suggestion, it will probably be better to reject. But do weigh it sufficiently so as not to miss any angles. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) A splendid period in which to renew affectionate ties through mutual interests and pleasures. Your domestic af fairs especially favored. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) An analytical look at your position may indicate some new avenue to pursue. Keep an easy yet alert eye on future moves. Taper off in late hours to relax. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) One of your ideas which o t h e r s might consider "visionary" seems to have solid foundation, so give it more I thought and don't let others discourage you. You deal and open the bidding with One Heart on the following hand: *10 VKQ974 »KJ5 *AJ63 What would you bid next if partner responded with: 1. One spade. 2. One notrump. 3. Two clubs. 4. Two diamonds. 5. Two hearts. - -...,,.,,. '· Tw clubs. This comes Especially favored: real estate! 0 ' 05 " to describing the hand - ' - · - - · - - t h a n a rebid of either one notrump or two hearts. It is true that one notrump would immediately i d e n t i f y a hand of the minimum class, but it would at the same time announce balanced distribution, such as 5-3-3-2 or 4-4-3-2, which activities. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You may not be in the best position to take action on a cherished project just now, but that needn't deter you from keeping your plans in'mind. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with great versatility -- especially along creative lines: are independent and express yourself originally -o f t e n brilliantly. Painting, writing and musical composition are your greatest fortes but, as a lover of the outdoors and all living creatures, you could also succeed as a botanist, horticurist, landscape gardener or veterinarian. Traits to curb: obstinacy and lack of concentration. Birthdate of:: I r v i n g Berlin composer; S a l v a d o r Dali, surrealist painter. you do not have. It must be granted that two hearts wculd likewise sugges 1 a minimum h a n d , but it migh also result in failing to locate disadvan^eof two Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 37. To place L Part of in front circle 39. Small'rug 4. Restaurant 40. Permit 8. A dessert U. Carmen, Aida, et ai C.S-shaped molding 48. Not yet mature St. Fishing rod 51. Rip 52. Biblical 12. Card game 13. Above 14. Furnace 15. Set Uie trend of 17. Furnish 18. Stings 19. Dove's cry ZL Constella fion DOWN 20. Pronoun '. Mountains 23. Sharp . Space 24. Scottish 3. Genus Gaelic of trees 25. Afflrm- 4. Spanish atives conqueror 26. Breathe 5. Dispatch with boat difficulty t. Turk; 27. Smell hat 2S. Distribute 7. Constructed 29. Cooking wilderness 53. Seasoning 54. Lampreys 22. European 55. Kind of sauce . Hue 9. Salutation 10. Under standing 11. Finish IS. Writer Michael *ttm»*tiebakm\l*mb,. vessel 32. Permanent appendage 33. Religious headdress IS. Dessert 36. Documents K. Nimble 39. Indicating mode 42. Reckless 41 Exchange premium 44. Dispatched 45. Goddess of' harvest 4*. Tibetan gazelle 47. Cloth a club fit clubs is that it does not suggest a hand of the minimum class but (he advantages t h a t accrue from painting an accurate picture of the distribution more than overcome that defect. 2. Two clubs. You can't sensibly accept a notrump contract by passing - considering the danger implicit in the singleton :pade - and it is therefore best o bid two clubs, hoping to find a better landing spot. 3. Three clubs. This is a' traight value bid showing club ;upport and a hand of the minimum class that has increased omewhat in stature because of he trump fit. Change the king if hearts to the ace and you would have full value for » raise to four clubs. 4. Three diamonds. A good case can also be made for bidding three clubs instead, but his might lead to complications difficult to resolve. On balance, the simple raise - which tells partner you have diamond support - is probably the most accurate description of tilt hand. 5. Three clubs. The possibll rebids are three hearts, three clubs and pass. The absolute limit of the hand may be nine or even eight tricks. At the same time, though, allowance must be made for the possibility of m i l k i n g ten tricks if partner has the right hand. Three clubs is more informative t h a n three hearts and is therefore suggested as the better choice. It .affords grounds on which partner can base his next hid of either three or four :irarts. depending on how his hand fits. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 49. Born m h l ' now - i , ' ' ' father for my allowance, I'm going to BILL HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CLASSIFIED WOSD AE3 -- to Start Sunday are aee«pt«l mru 4 p.m. Frtdaj'. -- To itait Mcttday ait ·ccepfed n',tLl 11:30 a.m. Saturday. -- lo s:art luoida] acvrp!?.1 u n t i l 4 p i n CXASilfllLrj DXVUkT (3PACT) ADS -- to start Sunday are aecvpM m -- to start Monday ar* ·o*7*«4 · thru Saturday a r t | i ,,,,, S.T:U-. on tht day before j _ to Mart TMSday thru ·ranUT j accept?.] urilLl 4 ptm. two IT» M C[ossified Office Hours Ar»: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.to 4:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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