Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 31, 1974 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 31, 1974
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WRE60TH601N6T0 eer HHPATITIS AND ENP UP IN THE HOSPITAL; AUtWS LOOK ME WHEN iWR ONTHEMRK no, CCNTUWTTD WIT ALONE.,. m Fr MOS BUILT K/ITH 365 OUT fOR etCH HKf OfTHfYfAK OF A RE1K!- DEER. BUSED WHAT A .QW5UNG EABVi Ml DOMED DEATH Of THE EARL OF DERBY INI KA SURVIVED HIM fOK 87 YEARS iiMiimiiiiiM«MniiiiiiMimii!iiiiimiiiiiniiiu FRANCES DRAKE Your Dail Horoscope --AMP WHERE'S *W KCCKLACE? ·« i*ur b^vvi F» · i inert i I NOBODY HIGH 1 ASK HOUR / TIME opiHioN-yvouDic; STUP1P.- OM-lJRby ] TO NICE IU.IOH WITHOUT BATTING llllMIIIWBIIIIIIIIIIIIIllUlllllltMlllimaillllllllWIIIIIIW Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to tlie stars. FOR SAT., JUNE 1 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You.r active mind needs expression now. Direct it w i t h forethought, discernment. Give thought to future plans as well as pending projects. Changes may be required. Northwttt Arfantai TIMES, Friday, May 31, 1974 AMKAMUU 15 LESTER L COLEMAN. M. D Stomach Content Study Is Labeled Painless ··NMMiHiiiimiiiMiNuiiMiiiM Is a stomach analysis pain- lul? I have been told that I need this. --Mrs. K.V., Ky. Dear Mr. V.: 1 assume that by "stomach analysis" you mean a study of the content sof your stomach. This .procedure is a painless one. but it is undeniably somewhat uncomfortable. A thin rubber Lube is passed through Uic nose down into the e'sophngus. and then into the stomach. Because the tube is iced and the throat is sprayed wilh a local anesthetic, the experience is not too distressing. STOMACH CONTEXT The contents of the stomach arc withdrawn through t h e tube. Then they are studied for (he presence oF bile, nl.-iotl. digestive juices. and hy drochloric acid. The information is a valuable contribution to diagnosis. It is now even possible to inlessly pass a lube througl lich can be viewed all por us of the stomach for the me purpose. Photographs, ion. can be ken of the lining of th YEP-rrSso DADBORN SOOD I cresTHfto TO TELL SOMEBOCV I GOT SOME BODACIOUS GOSSIP FER4E, UOWEE-ZV ??-AH KAtSLAID MAH POUWDi. RAZOR. 1DSTURBIN OOR GUEST5- AH'U- FIND fT F0*Kf. AH'LL OkXJREUP HCRSEPlTALIvy HERE-AN'TH' GEUKRM-MAM B4THAR W\Ji THAT XPZ.AIMS KETCHUP SANCUJI£HS I've 66TI1M6 ~ THIS PASTOJ66K (WAS SE.VN CAVS AO HEY/COME PUT ME BACK J THE WAY YOU )/ FOUND ME.' t-7 ALEXANDER, PfcEMO/ OAOCVSO UKJff I'VE FINISHED LETS PUT HIM BACK MOW TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You can choose activities from several areas now, but stay within reasonable boundaries. Auspicious Venus influcn ccs stimulate your creative leanings. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You should do especially well now in projects which require careful organization, clever management. Don't let opposi tion dissuade you. · CANCER (June 22 to July 23) If careful to guard against impulsive acts'and words, the day should be generally smooth. A fine period [or making travel plans. . LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Generally, a day for action but be careful not to run ou of bounds. On the older hand delaying tactics could also be unwise. Judge carefully. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Be cautious in dealing wilh associates. Some may urge you (o make certain commitment! against your better judgment Don't let yourself be pressured LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Tighten reins a bit (o observi with more surety and easi where you are headed. Nothini. should sway you from high principles, but do avoid .stub bornness. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 lo Nov. 22) Watch (rends and join force, ·ith those who liave a slake \ the common welfare. You iriceless energy can be of great elp. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) A fine day! You may be the ·ecipient of special favors. okens of good will or other unexpected benefits. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Stars warn a g a i n s t vacillating, changing plans or projects before they have been given a fair chance to prove themselves. Steady does it! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. 19) The odds are against yoi right now, so it's no time to ackle the opposition. Postponi action until Monday when you'l. lave a better chance of getting vhal you, want. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Be cautious in making direc ives and taking others' feelings or granted. Alertness and fle.\i lility of thought will help you lo safer, quicker conclusions. YOU BORN TODAY are highly individualistic and sc versatile that you could succecc almost any field of you choice - with the prope training; of course; coa especially excel in writing music or any occupation whicl involves travel. Your yen fo travel, in fact, could lead yoi into the field of exploration with great success. You, highly imaginative, original your thinking and enjoy asso cialinn with alert, progrcssiv people. No matter what carce you finally setlle upon, hflu ever, your originality will ev' dencc itself. On the persons side, you arc gregarious, warm hearted and generous almost t a fault. Try to conquer Icnden cics toward extreme moodiiiest however. Birthdate of: Brigha-n Young, founder of the Moi mons; Pat Boone, poputa Amcr. singer. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS IFish SCape -8 Being 12 Pallid 13 Color 14 Slim 15 Norwegian name 1C Skill 17 Cloth measures IS Occupant a Italian city 8 Native of San Jose H Renowned »Inlet 3* Digit Jl Lyric poems E Weight JJ Writing utensils 14 Offer J5 Cooling device 16 Youngest son 37 Specified 40 Sandburg 41 Refused to commit oneself 45 Elliptical 47 Before 49 Fluid rock St Ceremony 51 Total 52 Always 53 Insects 54 Golf mound 55 Dispatched DOWN 1 Small fish 2 American patriot 3-King 4 Disfigures 5 Talks 6 Pronoun 7 Leave the train Oleoresin 9 Chose Avg. solution time: 26 min- Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 10 Girl of song 11 Being 19 Doze 21 Money of account 23 Urao 24 First-class 25 Cozy retreat 2t Watch pockets 27 Mine entrance 28 Treat with drugs 32 Highest 33 Oars' 35 Animal skin' 3 Letter 38 Pickets 39 Topic 42 Furnished 43 Level 44 Small missile 45 Sphere 4f Compete «Regret tomach to aid in diagnosis. t have had two attacks of quinsy sore throat. Does (his mean that I will continue to have repeated alacks? --Mr. J.E., V; Dear Mr. E.: A quinsy sore throat is an acute infection of the tonsils and (he peri-(arounrt) tonsillar tissues. Sometimes, an actual abscess occurs in this area. The in- ammation, the .difficulty in swallowing, and the pain make quinsy sore throat a most unpleasant experience. CHRONIC DISEASE . There is no vvay to predict, the possibility of having' repeated attacks. One attack need not necessarily predispose a person to another. Yet. the chances are greater that another attack will occur if the chronic disease of the tonsils is not treated. Once the tonsils are removed, the recurrence of quinsy is no longer a threat. Sneaking of your health...Nail biting is a sign of tension. Punishing a child and shaming him noes not solve the problem. It probably exaggerates it. iiiiiiiiiiiiii[raiiiiiBiiiiwiiiiiniiiii«iimiiiiiiTMi:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii . JAY BECKER On Contract Bridqe (Top Record Holder to Mastery Individual Championship Play) niuiiniiiiiiiinii!iiiiniiiniiiiiii«ii!i[iiiiNiiiiiiMM!iiin!!i![«^ You are South, neither side ulnerable, and the bidding has ' West 3* North East South 3* 4 * 1 What would you bid now ifJi? George Rapee, playing in the 172 U.S. Internationa! Playoff nal, was faced with this exlre- icly difficult problem and, !ter considerable thought, lecterl to bid four hearts, iverybody passed and Rapec nade seven. This was the full and: NORTH * A Q 10 9 3 2 V 7 3 2 4 A S + A ID WEST * K S 4 » 9 « K Q 9 7 4 3 Z EAST A J 7 6 V J 6 5 4 · J 106 + J 6 2 SOUTH A 5 V A K Q 10 8 « 8 * K Q S 7 4 3 The Bridge World magazine, .'hich each month polls a group f top experts on a variely o lidding problems, - presente ,his one to its distinguished panel with the following results: There were 10 votes for Four ifearts; 9 for Five Clubs; 3 for h'ive Diamonds; 3 for Four N'o- :rump; 4 for Double, There iverc no votes for Six Hearts, Six Clubs or Five Hearts, all if which were alternative possibilities. Hern are some of the comments offered by the panelists: EHRLKNBAC'K: Five clubs. Hoping to get my hearts in over five diamonds. KAPLAN: Five clubs. When in doubt, bid your longest suit. And I'm in doubt. WOLFF: Four hearts. Nothing else is remotely in the ball park. LIGHTNEB: Four hearts. There is often no satisfactory action after a preempt. Amen. MILES: Double. I'm probably settling for .100, but we probably have a game. But where?...It is possible we have a slam, but there is no logical way to investigate it. ROTH: Four notrump. I'm only guessing. There is a good chance that partner has two aces; if so. 1 plan on bidding six clubs. If partner has only one ace. I'll bid five hearts, how come that in real life I have never had this type of problem? BRIDGE WORLD Editor: Because you didn't get to ths Playoff. PONYTAIL "I might as well confess, Donald, we didn't really boy a color TV... I jnst felt koely and wanted you todrn* over!" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Reader* Tesrwnd more quickly an4 given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach you- Alwayc insert your telephone number or your name and address. If you do not Kav« regular hours, giv* a preferred time to have prospect* call you, PLACE YOITRSELF In the reader-a position and a*k yourtelf what you would like to know (about your offer). The answer you give will make * good Classified ac). WANT ADS THAT PATL to bring ^attraction do to. not through any lack of readership, but because they do not contain enough information to get prompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can ha aecured tot m advertisement by ordering con«e«rutive insertions. You can atop your ad in the event oC result* and then pay only for the diys it was published, There arc also very special rates for those who aro TfrtilTtriM otf keeping their name or oner before the public every 4«r.

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