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May 20, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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KA6LE SCOW HANPRWK? DIW.' THAT'S BOUND 1PJ 66 A FANCY WORD -- ;-» FORJW3NEY 1'" ,1 A\£ -v RJL ANO O (pECSONAUVjl CUAMEA .-THATAMtRICAN KJD 1 SAID. J COMMED US. HE'S A COP PROBABLY FRWA MTER- ROU--JUST LIKE HtS FATHER, SAWYER. OW6WV- J THINK Hex tUCUOHT VOU Mtt$ NOTTHftT VWUTHL69S HUSBAND OFVOR'N" lpTHES LINE BUSTED THIS MORN1W, WHO Ftxeorr PER ME - I'M DISAPPOINTED IN THE fSi^l BVOOME.R FIEKID'S LWSPORTIKK5 ATTITUPe ) fid TO THE 59 VEARSMV ERROR COST HIM. N yi BUT I'LL,BE ON MV GUARD AGAIMST HIM// ) \ TO SOU HAVE A SNAPSHOT? r--T"^ \ ??-ONCE HE SHAVES HE COULD BE ANYBODY' r ]T*jlASTAK4 THE.MWHE LEFT JAIL -- THATS UOf 0AD Ait -me MATSRIAL. HEY I FOUND THIS or Not/ MMILYOFTHE WEEK./ SUNDAY DESSARTCm^nos) LIKED HIS OWU GIVEN NAME -SO MUCH J HE NAMED HIS CHILDREK1 7HUKSMY. FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY . London, England SQUASH WEIfiHHJS- JOB POUNDS 6ROWN BV /VLSOfO H. TRYOH BUFFALO, fcJyOMNS .10 · NoHhwMl AitamM TIMB, Men., May JO, 1*74 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D Swollen Glands Do Not Mean Leukemia THEHAOTOLE OFHAWUCNHAU.INTW COAST 6UAR ACACEMY, MEM IONDON,CONU., WAS 6Wt COTTER ALEXANDER HAMH.TOI, HM(0/M4S FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Our 5-year-old daughter develops swollen glands in her neck. From time lo time with antibio- :ics they disappear. This n a p p e n s so often we're beginning to really worry about it. We are afraid that it might be leukemia. Could it be? Mr. and Mrs. E.N.A. Mich. Dear Mr. and Mrs. A.: Your anxiety that your daughter might have leukemia is undoubtedly unfounded. When such anxiety is repressed it can play havoc with the emotional destiny of your child and yourselves. There are many simple, in consequential r e a s o n s f o r repeated attacks of swollen glands- in the neck. GLAND FILTERS Lymph glands everywhere in the body act as filters and collect bacteria, waste products and even foreign particles thai may have entered into the lymph stream. inilllMMIIIIIffllllllMIIIIIIIIIWIHMMM Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOK TUBS., MAY 21, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) A good period. Augment your program with something special, out-of-the-orriinary.. Trump competition's move with quiet, tactful skill. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) S o m e situation may be getting out of hand. This is the :ime to use your wits and clear matters insofar as you are personally concerned. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) With your innate ingenuity, you will probably discover more than one novel way of meeting this day's demands. Others are competing for identical goals. Push on! CANCER (June 22 to July 23) top day for displaying your sense of timing and to cut red tape from your schedule. Some new opportunities in the offing. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) What you say and do now could have more far-reaching effects than you realize, sc mark time, think things over before acting. No impulsiveness! VIRGO (Aug. 24 lo Sept. 23) Do not tunities by-pass because new oppor- you wrapped up in current interests It will be wise to keep a wea ther-eye open. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Independence nf thought ant tion should be stressed, bu' don't arbitrarily reject tmiisiia ideas. A different vicwpoin could give your efforts ne« direction. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Avoid that far-out limb which mph All i has neither b e e n tested for strength nor offers good reason or examination. What fasci nates is not always worth going after. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 lo Dee ") A favorable day for routine a f f a i r s , hut care needed in r inancial matters. Don't speculate or gamble in any way. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Job matters are likely to conflict with personal desires, but accept the situation for the present. It will pay off later. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) An original twist or a new method could brighten routine, but don't go to extremes or attempt the bizarre. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) All glands are effective protective 'agents and are placec i n . important stations every where in the body to guard it! welfare. Infected tonsils and adenoid are probably the most ohviou: reasons for repeated attacks o glandular enlargements. Tti tonsils and adenoids are glan dular -structures themselves when they have lost their pro tective properties. infectio may seep past them and invad the next line of defense, th glands in the neck. Diseased teeth, gum infcc A pick-up, stimulating a brighter set of there goes with influences. Yet (as with ons. and scalp infections may a use the glands in the neck o become tender and enlarged. A complete blood examination will immediately relieve your ears. ; It was found that I have !» »lyp in my bladder. 1 was loljl lat it is not cancerous, but worry that this is a possibil- ty. : Mr. R. R. Miss. Dear Mr. R.: : In most instances, polyps ar« onmalignant (benign). Only arely do (hose tumors undergo malignant changes. ·. It is for this reason that suj- ;eons keep these polyps under constant surveillance. POLISH ALLERGY Can nail polish cause an Miss O.K. Nev. Almost every known sun., stance can be responsible for an allergic reaction in peoplp sensitive to the substance. * The chemicals in nail polish :an cause an allergic reaction. In fact, some people develop 'tching and swelling of the eyelids which are traceable to nail polish. Dr. Coleman welcomes letlcri from readers, and. while he cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use question* in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters to Dr. Coleman in care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. : aJlergy? Dear Miss K.: llflMflMWMIMIIilllllMil^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) IMIIMMIimiNIMIlMIIM^ Aquarius) an admonition to avoid extremes, to curb emotions. YOU BORN TODAY, as a Taurus-Gemini cuspal (one born t the change of Signs), are versatile and the possessor of most engaging personality. Always "on your toes" mentally, you never pass up an opportunity, and your enthusiasm for accomplishment is rarely dimmed. Thus you usually achieve eminently high plateaus of success while others are still dawdling along and indulging in wishful thinking. You have a great love of know- East dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NOR3H * A Q 8 3 V S 3 * Q 6 4 * K Q J » lively curiosity attracts you to ledge and which usually the extraordinary in life. Many scientists, writers, musicians, architects, inventors and physicians have been born in t h i s zodiacal sector. Birthdate of: Alexander Pope, Eng. poet. By Eugene Sheff 1- Sharp projection 5 Diamond SChess pieces B WingHre 13 Asian · river ·14 Self IS Sound 17 Herd of whales. patriot B American a Domesticates Z4 Flax pod Z5 College town X Wedlock StToboax Musical 41 Black 41 Biblical mount 43 Having large eyes 48 Spanish gold 49 Gems of corn Hie* 5« Tropical food staple SI Short- napped a Scottish land tax » Wapitis DOWN 1 Cheat 2 English rural festival 3 Roofing .slate 4 Supports 5 Siamese coin «Mehrffle title 7 Operate 8 Vibrations 9 Genus of lizards H'Minced oath a Northern ctty 27 Brim. er 1C. Dance stej 2ft Hebrew priest 21 Bakery product 22 Mohant* medan noble 3 Germs of the Irish elk MNafl X Jetty 27 American humorist 23 Household 21 Moray* MAzurite blue » Large WEST BAST » A Q J 8 6 4 V K 1 0 9 * A 7 + K J 1 0 9 5 3 *62 + A 9 5 3 SOUTH * J 39 97 6 5 » 8 2 * 8 7 4 The bidding: East South West North 1* Pass 1» Dble 2V 2 * 4 V 4 * 5* Pass 6V Pass Pass B * Dble Opening lead - ace of dia monds. If you bid and make sis hearts vulnerable in duplicate bridge, you score 1,430 points If your opponents sacrifice against the slam, 1.400 points, they star, once held the West hand n a pair event. He got to six learls -- and would have made seven -- hut South, a courageous soul, bid six spades. Rapee doubled and t e d the ace and another diamond. East von and cashed the K-10 of hearts before playing the king of diamonds at trick four. When decalrer reefed with the nine, Rapee discarded a club! T h i s extraordinary play w o r k e d extremely welt. Declarer could not conceive of Rapee's holding the king of spades and he naturally credited East with that card. ; Accordingly, when declarer led the jack of spades and West followed low, South rose with the ace on the entirely reasonable basis thai nothing could nfi gained hy finessing and that he would escape a trump loser if lie found East with the singleton king. ; But East showed out and declarer was quickly disillusioned. Ranee won the spade continuation with the king anH. having discarded one club, led going down . get slightly the best of the exchange. The 30 points they save would remaining one. East took ace, returned a club which Ranee ruffed, and South was carted off lo the tune of 1,7(10 points. 32 Born HJoaraeyed JSMakea pbooecafl · Concern XI Blasts » Greek letter tiDda HKffi HHEE ramra sssm snaog Him E3HQ HEHES 2JQEIIOQH SSEBI HHH sss@ QHEEIIOiE gQQ@E @[E@ HSU 3SI1D15 BBE BSS IS Signify 17 The son 3S One af tti» Aesir » Book of hours « Shield fl Rural MEngfisn For only 1,400 points and wound was, though, he got an ice-cola ·1 tMnk my father Kked you, Hubert, that's the tome of my boyfriends!" Complete news coverage, (local, area, national, international), intensive sports and women's- interest reports, top features.... six afternoons a week and Sunday morning. . . .delivered to your door for less than 1 ]$ a day. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242

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