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May 15, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 31

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Wednesday, May 15, 1974
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PCTRA 60OS, fSSMPttt E 6ARE NBISSlTCS- A MAP, A COMPASS- PLEASE HOLD MY DOLL WHILE I SHOP ? SAKE, KEEP OFF YOU INTER POL SPY/ IS . THOUGHT "REALLY |\6ETAWA^ FRIGHTENED. HE HASNT ROOM TO MANEUVER. HE'S OUTWEIGHED BY FORTY POUNDS. a*"*"" ' ' I'LL THROW *OU OFF THIS BALCONY. vv, CM foe. MV POST WITH -rug eesr *\S!fay, MVA1M \S A POMTKAb ROOST OH A HIOM POST WHITEWASH * CAN euv. *t-$K VOU CAN tAVBCTMSfPf Of TH6 F6HC6. LET'S SE6--I GOT TO MOP TH 1 FLOOR AW FEED LEETLE THTER --UH- WHICH SHODLP 1 DO FUST? /-AND SERVES \QUITE.EXCEPTFOR. THE BLIGHTER. ONETHING. S E WAS I RIGHT-QUITE / INNOCENT// A TRIUMPH (THAT WAS. ^-l^ ^BVHEmgl i! VOUR FIRST PINCH, OLD BOY.'/ HE'S J EEN IN SOLITARY ) FOK-//«M " VES.--V 59 YEAR'S,. , Oil THAT MYCMRISTMAS CARP UST FOR. Z MAO A CU3S Cfi-U. ITS ALL IN S VYSIST, SIR. LET AAONSTfJATe / Wt4Y CANT THE BUY PAP=K \ TEAR Off PKOPEPLV? N. __i--1_ s~\ t I FORGOT (.TO TELL YOU S DAISY VOTtO V/ITH ME YOU LOSE: TWO TO ONE EAT AT HOME.' Believe R or AW/ fjS. CALENDARS THE SI SERIflH YAKUTS IS MADE FROM THE IVORY Of AN ANCIENT MAMMOIH--/MW THE DAYSAW ffSTIVAL DATfS MCP/SfD ON IT in Ratwe, Czahostekia, BUILT IS! 1391, WAS ' DEMOLISHED IN Ua6WD ITS WftllS USED TOR HOMES - BUT WAS COMPLETELY 44 · NoflhweM Arkaruoi TlMtS, W*d. AYCTTCVILLC, AUKANIAS HAL HALLS ISZYffiKSLfffCK OF EACH FAMILY OF SOWHKNTRlFUTTflNlA IN LIBYA, flS fl SIGN OF HIS RflNK'WMRS OVER HiS SHOULDER A HU6E KEY ' FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope May 15, W4 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Threat To Pacemakers Treatment Is Not inuiiiniiwiiinu wiiuuniiiiiiiiuniiiiiniguiuiniiiiiiiiuuaiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiuiiiii "«" My husband has a heart pacemaker. Since tills was implanted he has had no further difficulty with his heart. Now his greatest worry is (hat electricity and motors in automobiles, and even toasters and dishwathers, will affect his pacemaker. It is impossible Look in t h e scelion i]i which ·our birthday comes and find vhat your oi.tiook is, according o the stars. FOR THUUS., MAY 16, 1074 ARIES (Mav. 21 lo Apr. 20) Do not let the nnfamilier keep vou from accepting it on that jasis alone. Where you care- iilly cheek for flaws and find none, invite the innovation. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Your a r t i s t r y and creativity stimulated. A time lo "dress p" old ideas and methods and make them more practical. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A polenlially fine project legun recently will bog down unless you keep it in mind, mull over details plmi a tighter tting of its "jigsaw" pieces. JANCER (June 22 to July 23) Be careful in handling personal a f f a i r s ; there may be ricky areas, a few kinks to ron out bc'ore taking action. Some conflict of interests ndicated. J!0 (July 2-1 to Aug. 23) Avoid extremes. There's a cndency now to make mnun- ains of molehills, to lose con ro! of lempcr, emotions generally. Forewarned is forearmed! VIRGO (Aug. 2'1 to Sept. 23) Your stars warn against undue exertion, scattering energies, unwisely attempting to landle the unfamiliar. In general, stick to routine. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Your goal now should be to capture the attention of those a position to help further your aims, so polish up your ,vares - and your personally. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Don't try to buck present trends or you may find yourself at unhappy v a r i a n c e with asso- AGITTATUlkS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) You are now at a point where can assert your views and ciates who Scrutinize ; fully. could be helpful, offerings care not to be surrounded by electricity. I wonder if we can show him why he has no need to worry. Mrs. T.O.. Mich. Dear Mrs. 0.: 1 am certain that your husband's doctors have assured him that modern lacemakers are almost comp elely free from outside electrical sources. Let me acid my reassurances based on a recent report in the "Journal of the American Medical Association." It was staled t h a t electro-magnetic incrfcr- ence signals from auto ignition and electric motors tlo nol present a problem of import- nee. ADDED DEVICES Manufacturers of pacemakers ave added protective device? gainst high energy radio ant elevision impulses that might reviously have affected pace lakers. You must remember that ; real deal of anxiety exists ii eople who have liad a hear ondllion. Your hushand ma; e more anxious than you thinl pioneering efforts, gain succeed Many are receptive and is indicated. CAPRICORN' (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Make decisions only allot careful investigation. Expenc energies to elicit lasting results Avoid the "quick return" angle: It is fraught with traps. A Q U A R I U S (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You may now have the responsibility o f handling another's financial affairs. Do so with care. Dependence upon you is great. PISCES (F'eb 20 to Mar. 20) Curb a tendency towarr pessimism. With good jtidgmenl and a bit of finesse you can make your outlook brighter expand posstbilities, YOU BORN TODAY an endowed with a high order ol intellect, a lively imagination and the praclicalily to carr out your most original ideas Your confidence in yourself allows yon to accomplish many things which others would hesf tale .lo undertake or would attempt ineffectively. At times your finest achievements arc wrought in solitude, but you do not make it a regular practice to retreat from the world, li fact, you are gregarious b, nature and make a delightfu companion. You are extremely versatile and many field beckon your talents. You natural caution could make yoi an outstanding hanker or law yer anil an i n n a t e curiosit; could lead you to science. Olhe avenues to success: literature the thealcr, music, statesman ::liip. diplomacy. Birlhdale of Wm. H. Scward. Scc'y. ol Stall under Pres. Abraham Lincon Liberacc, pianist. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1. Shape 5. The urial 8. Reckless 13. Medicinal plant IS. Headwear 14. Chills and fever K. Early cars 15. Chalice 17,'Ibsen heroine 18. Popular vehicie 20. Frayed 22. Bumpkins 24. Note in the scale 25, Spanish painter 28. Eagerness .33. Fast '34. Machine part 35. -Workgroup '36. Entire 39. Drunkards 40. Chemical symbol «. Ireland 43. Mourn 47. Conceive 51. Pelee output 52. Leather moccasin 54. Biblical name 55. Bocks: a suffix 56. The yellow bugle 57. Dwarf 58. Sordid 59. Container 60. Pintail duck DOWN 1. Refuse of grapes 2. Olive genus ZL Circle segment 23, Booting material Z5. Ponch 3. Take shape 26. Self 4. Petty tyrant 5. Capone 6. Shem's brother 7. Armadillo 8. Forester 0. Excited 9. Certain il. Chief Z7. Gypsy gentleman 29. Baseball league 3t. Nigerian 31. Asian festival 32. An affirmative 37. Gratify god Avg. solution time: 26 rain. lAlMlEISl 19. Babylonian 38. Broadway Answer to yesterday's puzzle. show 39. Scoffs 42. Psychoanalyst's concern 43. Voluble .44. New Zealand tree 45. Burl 46. Heroic 48. Astringent O. Vocal quality ». Grafted (Her.) .53. The kava z 40 10 3Z t-a .bout the underlying heart i rob] cm. Time, patience and constant . moliuiial support are essential n carrying him over this [ear- ul stage. I am playin gtennis again at lie age of 52. My problem is lot my stamina. My big prob- cm is t h a t my toes have begun 0 hurt. At Tirst it was thought that 1 had gout, but this has been ·ulcd out. Any ideas? Mr. J.M.. Penna. Dear Jlr. M.: I recently came across an ntcrcsting idea suggested by )r. Richard G. Gibbs of New York City. He believes that the sudden 'stops while playing cnnis can jam the toes against the tips of the sneakers. The r e s u l t c a n he painful hemorrhages under the nails o f the big toes. TENDER TOES This is why the Iocs may.; Become lender and throb for Few days after such repealed injury. The advice offered is more careful selection of a good- sncaker. one that i« not too short, and made of softer material. The idea seems to have merit and is certainly worth a try. You might have added protection with a small piece of foam rubhcr inside the tip. ·_. l!!!lll!ll!llll!IIIJI[[lllll!ll«llllUI!lllil!l!l!!!lll!lll!!lllllllll![!!ll!H![lll!im B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) t dealer. ^ast-\Vcsl vulnerable. NORTH · 96 * K 9 8 7 2 WEST *62 V K J 7 5 4 » K Q J 1 0 + 103 EAST *75 V 10 9 8 2 » A 7 4 3 + Q J 6 SOUTH * A Q 10 8 3 4 8 5 2 + A 5 4 The bidding: East Pass Pass Opening mnnds. The most South West North 1* Pass 3* 4* lead - king of dia- difficuU part of dummy play is to figure oul :)ow the defenders' cards are divided. Forlunalcly. Ihcre are clues in almost every hand t h a t enable declarer to accomplish :his. and once he deduces where the missing cards ore located, declarer can almost i n v a r i a b l y score every trick be is entitled :, Take this deal where Smith failed to lake advantage of a eliable clue. West led the king of diamonds, which held, and continued with the ten, won by East with the ace. East returned the ten of hearts.:' covered by the Q-K-A. South- .alcr losl a hcjirl and a club; and sn went down one. On the surface it would seem t h a t South did nothing wrong. He had four losers -- and lie lost them. B u t . acnlally, South missed his cue when he covered- Easl's len of hearts return with the queen. He should have played the six instead! Undoubtedly, he played the nneen in the hope of 'finding East with the king. However, this was not a realistic view, to take, since the defenders could easily have arranged f o r . West to he on lead at trick three instead of East, and' surely would have done so if- Easl bail bad the king of hearts. Their plays clearly indicated that West had the king. Had South played the six on the len, he would have marie the hand hy taking the ace, drawing trumps, r u f f i n g a diamond in d u m m y , cashing the A-K of clubs, and then playing a hcai't (o the queen. West would lake the king, but. witli only hearts and diamonds left, he would he forced lo return otic or the other. This \vmild permit declarer to r u f f in dummy at the same lime iis he discarded the club loser- iron) his hand. PONYTAIL "You should have seen the look on Mr. Doogle's face... he asked vou a question and rod stoodricht no anri save the CORRECT awwer!" HS"»^ SAVINGS GALORE! Smort shoppers first check the hundreds of od- vertised values that appear daily in this news- .paper. . . .and save a big bundle on food, clothing, cars, everything! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 11 * a day! -

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