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May 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 25

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Wednesday, May 22, 1974
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HE'S eermis CLOSER! I'M ! I'M DOOMED!! HRLO! LORETTA,ANO iw SCOUT COCKi£?i 6CMEONE CO.UI.Mo TJ .'.t'.'c ,UEi \V$ PAP ENOJM 6SINS 105 HAVE SOME CANDY, ) i _ UPklDV 1 t---- ( CM,NO.' HEf? SIRLSCOOT SUMMEP CAMP PCTU56 IWOULDN'T WANT SCOP GIRLS TO CATCH W H W _ EVER iVv CQVMNS ) 5 ' TOWN WITH. 7 21 X HAD ft CRATY NOTION \ / H M M / WSTEAP IT WOULD SHOW HIM WE V OF GOOFING, SOti WERE AFTERTHE COIN I VOLK LETTING COLLECTION, NOT THE A HIM GO MW WW6 THIEVES. M^MM.--^A BEEN VEKV,V6RY SMART. THENX GOOFEP AGAIN/ HOW'S THAT; PEPPER. X GOT THE BEST OP SULLY IN THE FIGHT--THEN i LET HIM GO. W US5S1S PUT 6 TO steep TK.UN ,vi 5TOSI65 4- H6 WAS SUCH A BOM. KfOffi MATIOMAME I'M ORETFUL SORRV, LOWEEZV-- 8UT I'M SLOP DflB OUT OF PAPER SACKS ft GRfiNNV ftPERN IS A GflL'S BEST FRIEND THfYT OO6KT TO DO IT PER TOCWV, SRPS | THENEXT·DAY-HEATHROW AIRPORT-- I - BUT MV TASTE RUNS I MORE TO TUESDAY WELD (ME CAM DEW SHE'S A fME FIGURE OF BRITISH (-MA-JEIT 'WOULD BE L£SS PAINFUL TOSrAV WLOMDOH WOMANHOOD--} WAITING ) MD HAVEirour MTH THE f RESERVATIONS?-I'D LIKE.TO LEAVE AM HOUR LATER.'. H6 WOUW? S/W TMAT STOPIP^ST/ Jte 'THIS I SOUGHT LOOKS /( 1 DASWOOO/ THEY WERE CLOSWG THE fff STORH-! HAD TERRIBLE ON MS.' f*Z S_ tifECHURCH Of SI. PIERRE IN MCNTFCTZr L'AMAURJf FRANCE, WHICH WAS STARTED IN THE MIDDLE Of THE IHh CtMIURVWAS COMPETED 700 YEAKS iAJCK mniH mm in iiraniiiiiiiHffiii nai nuinimniTM ' ««»«« I LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. ·THE HAMSTER. flftS fl GESTATION PERIOD OF CMLY /DAYS COSTUMES RN IN CEREMONIAL DANCES IN THE HEW HE BRK$ CONS.'ST svr/eei x OF COBWEBS FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Northw«t Arkaiuo. TIMES, W«d., May J2, 19/4 True Migraine Not Fashionable To Victim I.nnk in the scctiot^ in wliich your birlluhiy COIITCJS aiul fitu] wtwl your outlook is, according to tlie slai-s. FOR THURS.. MAY 23 ,1971 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Do not start anything without mowing if you can follow hrough. All efforts and am- must he carefully directed now. Don't follow new rends blindly. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Gennrons Venus influences should help you to capitli/e on your ideas instead of keeping in the thought stage. A novel touch, a delicate approach will pay off. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) intuition and your self- confidence should be at a peak. Grasp any opportunity to sho\\ your abilities at their best. Travel plans favored. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Your competition will be strong now, but there is plenU of room for your talents. Display them with discriminating iaste. There are benefits in the offing. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Try not to set too fast a pace -- either for yourself or others You could f i n d that you've expended a lot of lime and energy to no useful purpose. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Avoid any tendency towarc AG1TTTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dre. 1) ' ' Routine matters, may give nost concert].- Employ "tried and true" methods in areas yhere you must act but have 'ittle to go on for reference. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan ) Avoid a tendency towarc wishful thinking. Realism am objectivity needed in al situations. Optimism, too! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19. Be sure before you undertake any new venture, but do no doubt your ability to handli one. Just be certain of fact and be guided by logic. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You will have less opposition i certain areas than you ex nect. Take the bit by the teeth l e t h a r g y . Set sights calculatingly on your target and aim for it unerringly. Stellar influences helpful. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 Some unexpected situattnns could throw you "off base,' cause confusion or mi.sun derstanding: Be alert. Also avoid impulsiveness in word ot action. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Fine Mars influences now give you a fresh basis for esti m a t i n g potentials in considering long-range programs. Do maki the most of them! .Mjt beliefs, intuitive idea actively to work. YOU BORN TODAY are a h i g h l y volatile individual bursting with energy am always on the go. All this lead: to a continual restlessness lioowcver, which you mus learn to curb since, when yoi thus scatter your energies, yoi negate your high potentials fo success. You are cxtremel; versatile and may find it diffi cult for a time to find you true niche in occupations areas. Once you have found it however, stay with it all Hi way and exercise your othc talents avocationally. In thi way, you will not only reac career goals quickly b u t u i l find happiness and emotion; security as well. Fields it] iiniiiniiiiniiiiM^ gainst attacks in the future? Mr. H.L. S.C. )car Mr. L.: There are many different y[ji!s of viruses responsible for ic socalled "flu." Ordinary colds and grippes re not necessarily influenza al- hougli many peonle refer to lietr colds as such. There may be some slight mmunity following such an attack, but 1 would not count jn it to protect you from simi- r infections next year. VACCINES WORK It is heartening to know that nfluenza vaccines are becoming more and more effec- 'ive. Croups of viruses arc be- ng incorporated i nthe vaccines ,hat arc now available, offering reater protection than ever. Active scientific research is being targeted at finding the answer to protection against in- ilucn/.a and the common cold. How does a fainting spell differ from a coma? Mrs. E.B. Ind. Dear Mrs. B.: Fainting is a temporary loss of consciousness t h a t results from an inadequate ilow of blond to t h e brain. Cona. on the oilier hand, is a serious stale of uncounscious- ness whose origin may lie in a wide variety of causes. During my menstrua! period develop s e v e r e headaches. Sonic ol the other girls have he same complaint, but they call il "migiuine." Is this a 'ancy way ol saying the same things? Hiss L,R. Maine Dear Miss R.: Migraine is a very special typo of recurrent tieadache. i^ot all headaches are migrainous. n Iruc migraine, oilier sym- toms besides headache a r e present. Visual disturbances, i r r i t a b i l i t y , depression, loss ol appetite, nausea ami vomiting are a few of the symptoms thai distinguish migraine From ar ordinary headache. ·POPULAR AIL There was a lime whor migraine was "fashionable,' particularly with those who dici not suffer from the debilitating effects of this condition. I doubt that your condition is migraine. H is encouraging for tl who do suffer from migraine to knn\v that study of circulatioi the brain may reveal reason: · these attacks. There no\ L 1 a great many drugs am ormoncs which can allcviat n attack of migraine and re 'lice its severity and frequci I had an attack of flu las viriter. Will that immunize m iJiiiiiDNiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiinniiiiniiiiiniiiinniniuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiu B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) North dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH *7 » K, J 5 3 4 A K J 8 7 *,Tfl5 WEST * Q 10 8 5 3 V 7 6 2 · 6 4 * K 8 2 EAST A A 9 2 V Q 10 9 4 » Q 1 D 9 2 4 7 4 SOUTH A K . T G 4 V A 8 · 53 + A Q 1 0 9 3 The bidding: North East 1 · Pass 2* Pass South 2* 3 NT West Pass Opening lead -- five ol spades. Here is an u n l u c k y hand which you could your greatest -satisfactions: writin: science, the law, the graphic arts or the stage -- the latter an especially fine medium for your talents and ebullient p e r s o n a l i t y of:Carolus botanist. BirthdaU Linnaeus, Swedish Crossword By Eugene Skeffst ACROSS lory's -companion 4 Aligns with a trammel 9 Greek letter 12 Blunder 13 Spartan serf 14 Free "IS Hand grenade 17 Peer Gynfs mother BI love (L.) 19 Semite a Protective garment 24 Remember 27 Massachusetts cape 28 Enclosure on farm 30 Native soldier SI Spanish rivers 33 Droop 35 Stimulus 36 Tugged 38 Table protector 10 Norwegian statesman « Trapped' 13 Morning receptions 45 Gourd's fruit 16 Roman numeral 17 Dandy 19 The tomato 54 Electrical unit 55 Salad ingredient 5S French river 57 Land measure 58 Lambs 59 An affirmative DOWN 1 With it, today 2 Swiss canton 3 Sea eagle 4 English river SStates formally 6 Jungfrau, to one 7 Tooth 8 Cubic meters 9 Add fruit 1ft Pronoun 11 Fish Avg. solution time: 26 min. RIE|H»H) |H» i H gM .Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 16 Devour 29 Honor cards 21 Pub game 22 Coalition 23 The Fameuse 25 Man's nickname 26 Musical instruments 29 Edible root 32 Withered 34 Sailing vessel 37 Arrange in battle fonxistioD 39 Laredo natives 42Lorna -44 Bigwig 47 Brother 48 Foet'3 word 50 By way of 51 Reimburse 52 May fae white? 53 Alfonso's queen ilayed hy South. got to Correctly ho op tec! for a Itainond finesse, to rorfuce the lingor of West's taking (he carl. But, when he finessed llie ack. East, won with (!IG queen and returned a club. Again Smith linrt a cEioice -could play East for Ilia king oT clubs, or he could put cm ace and h o p e the heart nid diamond suits would )chavc kindly. Tlic dub finesse offered the better chance, so South played low, losing the sing, and wound up going down :wo. It is true Unit declarOL 1 bad lad luck on the hmid. Everything thai could tjo wrong dirt :*o wrung. Tliu spmle, the diamond finesse lost, tlie club finesse lost, and even (he heart finesse would have lost, had Sou.lh attempted it. Nor di7 tlie diamonds break 3-J. Nevertheless, tlie Tact is that South should have made, the c o n l r n c l . AM lir bad to do was win East's spado return at Irirk two w i t h (he k i n g , cross to liree not rump and West's opCJling lead was a spade. East look the ace anc returned tlie nine, declarer's jack losing to the queen. Bach carne Die ten to the king establishing West's suit, a tic South n o w h a d t o d e c i d e whether Lo next play diamond? or clubs. the jack of clubs and finesse. Win or lose, ill is would have guaranteed n i n e tricks. In effect, South put t h e contract on the line when he finessed the jack of spades *t tvick two. lie had a sure t h i n g In sighi by rejecting the finesse, and he should therefore have rejected it. PONYTAIL "Donald's so romantic... you should hear the way he breathes into the phone!" WANT ACTION? 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