Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 29, 1974 · Page 22
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 29, 1974
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TWCr UM UORTHCNE Hrt.. TWO HIT?, NO! WT IT WAS DEFINITELY WORTH one HIT.' BcOcvo 7! orMrt I HAVE A BETTER IPM.- U)W PCtfT «i HAVE TO? 6CAKPEP DP ? TOHW/S EB/TffittTOTffl. SERVICE Jsy Submitted tg LISKA LUOWISS OLD ·RAJPUT WOMEN OfTHtHIMfUftftDlSRICT Of INCTA WEAR ft GOLD WEDDWSRWS TEACHES? wu. THINK TVi SO SMASJT SHE WON'T ASK W£ QUESTIONS HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM^^^ FRANCES DRAKE SEVERAL. BAHK10, L, May 29, 1974 ESTER L COLEMAN, M.D. Pounding Of Heart Can Be Controlled when I AH,VOU WANT TO BUV THE SNOW COIN COLLECTION? PfcRUAPS IT REQUIRE PAVS FOR MY SWISS ***** THEN 1 OFFER. THREE M1LLTOM, CASH THE-AR A BINER HAS OFFERED TWO A HALF MILLION FOR IT. ARE VOU A COIN COLt-ECTOR,SHElK IU IS MUCH OIL. COLLECT MANf THINGS. "itjr *.*£j*at^S* AMtft*J*£*J A1V14M stt,wr*AMts # en PBUIT-- NO0OTM? RAIWtOAPEP 6VSR SfNCfc * AW A WAV u/ifu OAirfrfi.-- i rrtMT" noKffvffrf- jeOTASWywiTHPATES'- WA fHAfVSN6C', POKY? HONEST IW3UM,SHERIFF- I NEVER STOLE LOKEV'S HO6 COME WIFVORE HflNDS ??-8 POUMDS A JM AFRAID MY FATHR IS THINKIW( DSSETIM6 SOME-PAV --TH£M YU WILL B£ TH£- CHIE4= \ OF THIS WHOI-E- TRIBE l_ \ 6AP NAKROWIN6/ THE SENEGAL UKES ~\0 POP IM AT TiMee TO see UovV THE A^EN ASS '· NlF REMEMBER, ( I'VE owiy ear V-- ONE HEAD MP.OiTHERS, WAVE A LITTLE PATIEMCS HAVE BEEN THE · OTHER WAV AROUND? DASVVOOD, WHERS'S THE KINN£Y CONTRACi ANO THE DIT3Y ) PROSPECTUS r-Y Your Daily Horoscope Look in the seclion in which your birthday cnmes and find what your outlook is. according to the stars. FOR THURS., MAY 30 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Curb your inborn aggressiveness now. You can attain your objectives, even the "impossible" ones, by using subtle tactics. TRUAUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Don't let false pride hinder your progress. If you fee stymied in a certain area, don'l hesitate to ask advice. Even c person less gifted than yourself could prove helpful. GEMINI (May 21 to Jinie 21) Don't let a tricky situation dismay you. Your innate in tuition, which often borders on real inspiration, will see you through. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Indications of stepped up action in certain areas. Slud well and he prepared to grasp any opportunity to advance your status. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) New prospects highlighted What you consider an "ob slacle' 1 to your plans is onb illusion. Proceed will confidence. VIRGO (Aug. 24 lo Sept. 23) Better advantages than yo 1 may realize at first. An espe cially good p e r i o d fo revitalizing projects which yoi may have considered dropping. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Mixed influences. Organiz talents and experience t promote your interests mor efficiently. Some personal plan may have to be deleted fron your program for the present. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Quality of effort must t* stressed over q u a n t i t y now. Up y o u r strong will powe thoughtfully -- for or again certain propositions. The en lasis must be on con- ructiveness. AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. .) Consult others before making m p o r t a n t decisions. Your ndurance may be tested, hut ou are used to .tests -- and sually come through with ying colors. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) Saturn influences indicate a ay of successful moves and ilans. hut all will require know- low, diligence and painstaking Hre. Don'l launch i n t o uncharted seas. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Fell. 10) This day could have its tricky moments. You will do" well to maintain an even, systematic iace and procedure, no matter .'hat pressures may be put ipon you. ·1SCBS (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You should encounter few ibstacles now, but be on guard against "little" errors, miscalculations. Romance and ravel favored. YOU BORN TODAY are extremely versatile and often couple a profitable avocation along with your regular l i f e work. You have talent for music, writing, architecture, the law and teaching -- but, in the latter case, only if you are interested in the subject and can control your normal impatience with those less gifted than yourself. You have a remarkable memory and the c u r i o s i t y a n d persistence needed to excel in r e s c a r c I You tend to scatter energies at limes, however, mostly trying to achieve in widely separatee: fields. Try to concentrate on one tiling at a time. Also. tr to avoid a tendency towarr hypersensifivUy. Birthdate of: Cornelia Otis Skinner, writer Occasionally, mder severe pressure, my jeart begins to pound and seems to race away from me. My d o c t o r calls it 'tachycardia" and assures rne hat I have nothing wrong with my heart. Nevertheless, I live n'fear that it will begin again. Mrs. G.L.. Ohio Dear Mrs. L.: The sensation you describe of sudden rapid palpitation of the leart is indeed frightening to all of those who have experienced it The breathlessness and faint feeling that almost always accompany it adds to :hc anxiety. Your doctor's assurance that there is no basic heart disease or heart damage should be as suring. Yet when an attack does occur all logical-reasoning seems momentarily to disap pear. HEART RATE Normally, the rate of Ihi heart is controlled by a centra "switchboard." The h e a t i regular a n d varies only w i t exercise or unusual activity Sometimes, the "switchboard temporarily thrown out r gear, and tachycardia results This simply means an ahnorrnsi rapidity of t'i^ hrarlbeitl. Ther are many things th:i: ca contribute to thi/. Araon^ then are severe emclmna! pressure excessive 'obacco, large quan titles of cat' 1 ' in tea. toxic reac-ions fo drug overmedication wifi nose d r o p jme diet pills, and overin- ulgence in food and alcohol. T h e basic cause of achycardia must be tracked own if repeated attacks are i be avoided. There are now number of excellent drugs -hich can reduce the (re- ucncy, the severity and the uration of attacks of tach- ycardia. I am studying biology «nd 1 ,'ould like to know if tetanus nd tetany are the same or are elated to each other. Miss R.P,, Ore. 3ear Miss P.: I am always delighted when hear from my young readers vho express their interest in riology, physiology, and tht iciences. The wonders of the body are imitlcss. When young people are involved in learning more about tlie h u m a n body they tend respec'. good health a n d maintain it. DIFFERENT WORDS Tetanus and telany are two o t a 11 y different problems. Tetanus, or "lock jaw," is an acute infectious disease caused by the germ, clostridium tctani. H enters the body through a contaminated wound. Tetany is a spasm of the muscles of I he hands and feel, caused by chemical imbalance in the blood, and by disorders of 'he tinv parrathyroid glands in the neck. WllllllllitlllNIIIM^^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters* Individual Championship Play) niMllini[[!l!lll!!llllllllllll!!lllllllllinil!INni!lllllllllllllllin!!l«IW West dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH * A Q 9 8 7 V 9 4 3 * 7 6 5 + A 2 WEST actress; Benny clarinetist. G o o d m a n + KQ1Q7654 EAST *KJ10542 W J6 « 832 + J3 SOUTH * A K Q 10 8 7 « J I 0 9 4 9 8 The bidding: West North 1* Pass East Pass Pass South 2 V 3V By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Of the ear 5 Dickens character 9 Lettuce 12 Italian resort B European river 14 Girl's name 15 Detail IB Renown 17 Buddy IS Prescribed amount 41 Beverage 44 Sc. workshop 46 Jab 50 Frost 51 Historic island 52 War god 53 Distress call 54 Check 2 European leader 3 Caesar's fateful date 4 Regain consciousness 5 Mark limits of C Harem rooms 55 Dispatched 7 Sucking 56 Abstract fish being 8 land 57 Beverages measure B Equal: comb. 58 Wild plum 9 Flowing form 29 Primitive chisel 21 StsDnuni 3 Spanish river K Chant 28 Regard highly 32 Repast 33 Love god 34 Strategy 37 Paris and Rome 39 Enemy 40 Debatable sky wonder DOWN garment 1 Fetid 10 Elliptical Avg. solution time: 26 mm. 11 Season 20 Occur 22 At Home 34 Psychiatrist's concern 25 Mischievous child 26 New: comb, form 27 Dancer's cymbals 29 Biblical name 38 Menu item 31 Letter 35 Business abbr. 36 Shrieked 37 Natives of Havana 38 Conjunction 41 Sagacious 42 Image 43 Headland 45 His was an Irish Rose fl Russian city Game of Opening lead - king of dia monds. Some hands arc admitted] d i f f i c u l t to play and require computer type of mind to brin. them to a successful conclusion But. most h a n d s are decifledl; uncomplicated and require littl more than the ordinary car and attention that every hand i: entitled to. Consider this deal played i e Grand Nationals last yea y Peter Fender of San Franisco". He got to three hearts :nd West led the A-K-Q of dia- nonds. all hands on deck ollowing suit. West then shifted o I he king of clubs. Penlcr won with the ace and laycd two rounds of t r u m p s , hiding them divided 2-2. It vonjd seem to he normal to ilay a spade at (his point, jlanning to finesse the queen, lad declarer done that, he voulri have gone down one. osing a spade and a club on op of the three diamonds he lad previously lost. But Pendcr saw ilwt he could Jve himself a slight additional chance for the contract, instead of staking the entire result of the h a n d on the spade finesse. Accordingly, he played th« nine of clubs at trick seven! This unorthodox play had a devastating effect on the out ; come. The defense suddenly found itself helpless. If East took the club, he would be forced to return a spade to dummy's A-Q and would thus eliminate South's spade loser. And if West won the club, lie would also f i n d himself in a pickle. He would have lo lead a club or a diamond, either of which would allow South to discard a spade as he ruffed t h e . return in dummy. So Fender made three hearts as a result of his extra-careful play. PONYTAIL B Italian noble family Answer to yesterday's pnzfe. 51 Epoch "Under 'Great Tectafeal Advances of the Twentieth Century,' I don't think I can accept *partabfc T? ceto ' SAVINGS GALORE! Smart shoppers first check the hundreds of advertised values that appear daily in this newspaper. . . . and save a big bundle on food, clothing, cars, everything! 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