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June 5, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 23

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THE DOCTOR WHY OON'T IS WAITING, TOU 60 FIRST? KOU CAN VOUNOT I AREN'T KKW.I WASMcPW! uxu. see vou NOuj.iuai.LE BOV.' THAT ULV BUY IS MY WMDRIT6 JWCMB ACTPESS.' ); WISH SHE W\S MY AGE.' jff_ ·*", 4 ! I AFFECTION ATE ~K THEY PIANTO SUBSTITUTE:] WHO TOICNOU IVfe S M1LUOW FOR THE SNOW . COIN COLLECTION WHY Off VOU BEUEVF THEY IMTEMD TO SW1HPIE THEY. THINK KNOW .NOTHING ABOUT AKIC1ENT COINS/SIR. A IDT OF COUNTERFEIT COINS. HEARP FARRAH ANP SULFMAKI SAVSO. INTERESTING, MRiSrtM TEU-ME UKBAfUN WITHOUT HIM HAW MISSED MBS THA« UM4CUD4T1FIC!!-VO- KIN MAKE SHORE. YO' IS HAPPY BY lNVESTIM"NOfrHER«l.49 BUFFALO COMING! -.JUST A BAND OF WU-P KNOW WHAT f-- 4 TtJOVe JUST MADE SP5CI6S UST.' NOT A 0UFFAUJ IN SI6HT ANP TrtEV EAT OFF REAL PLATES TABLE NO HE $0 SMALL Ye WEEP WOTHINS BAD CAW E HAP?=M TO YOU 'CAUSE THEY'RE GUABWEED hf- I WAS JUST GONNA SAY I'VE CARRIEOONE ' FOR YEARS j~gi »' THESE LUCKY R«»»-^Bdiove fl orAW EUGENE FIELD cioso-teas) THE AMERICAN POET; REWKED WHILE WORKWG BV SLIPPING HIS F6ET INTO SLIPPERS TttfiT WERE NAILED TO THE t'JALL FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope iiiiffliiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuuii Minimi iiiHiiiiiiiiiiiQiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiiiiiiiiiMii iitii .minima Look in the section in which your birthday comes and fine what yum 1 outlook is. according :o the stars. KOtf THURS., J U N E B ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Be alert to schemers aru those offering dubious proposi tions. Don't allow yourself lo be "taken in" by rosy promises no matter how convincing the promoter may be. TAURUS.(Apr. 21 to May 21) Don't disregard little warning signals. Keep your imagination controlled iti work and business deals, in all areas. There's a tendency now to run out of bounds. GEMINI (May 22 lo June 21) Expend energies wisely. Curb inclinations to overtax yourself. Your talent for carrying oul assignments against big odds can be cleverly used. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Yon may be given some new responsibilities. Don't give way to anxiety. Take cacti matter in urn. handling essentials first. The rest will fall into place. .EO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Mixed planetary influences. You may be faced with iineven- iess in some areas, unexpected setbacks, but keep on doing your best. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Stellar influences continue to avor creative interests and stimulate your ingenuity. Also, a good clay for seeking favors -especially in mid-morning. :JBRA (Sept. 21 to Oct. 23) Soinclbinig you hear may ?ause you to suspect a bit of Jackstage maneuvering, but lon't let it lessen your self-con- irlence. Keep going as you planned and ignore rumors. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Financial matters governed ly generous influences. You can now pull off a deal which on seemed hopeless SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to De 21) A few "surprises" likelv some which will please, cthc which may not. Take tlie b; wilh the good, in your usu philosophic manner. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Ja Don't be disappointed if planned trip is called off. could be for the best. Evenln social activities promise to b enlivening AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 1 Don't be too quick to arri% at conclusions and, even afte some thought, review agaii Misinterpretation of cerla. situations could prove costly PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Your planets in fine col figuration. Seek top-flight ii vestments for your money tini and talents. A rewarding da if you play your cards right YOU BORN TODAY: Vc salility and activity are II Geminian's hallmarks and thos of yon whose tairtliciate this arc most typical of your Sigi Yen arc innately energetic coi ;ise. skillful and always e fnctive in your endeavors Tl duality of t h e "twins," wh symbolize this sector of tl «xiiac. is best expressed i your personality -- lighlhearte and an interesting .conversa :ionalist usually, but cnntempla .ive and every moody at others l o u have a great love of peopl and travel, and could succec n any field which takes yo afar and involves dealing wit the public. You cnnld also mak a success of the law. the thea er, art, literature or music Birthdate of: John A. Roeblinj, engineer (designer of tb Brooklyn BrMge); Pierre Corn elite. Fr. dramatist; Tony Cur is. film star. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Droops S Chalice ' 8 Naomi's chosen name E Site of Great Salt Lake 13 Container 14 Eager 15 Cooking spice 17 Part 18 Electrical nnit (abbr.) IS Table scrap 20 Units of force a Extinct bird K Tibetan ox 23 Unit of pressure 26 Ensigns 39 Avouch a Edge 32 Indian S Spotted beetle IS Large SI Dancer's cymbals 3S French author UTnrkisn cap 42 Spanish river a Ireland « Old line State 48 Rough 49 Sloths 50 Table spread 51 Iowa town 52 Madrid ' cheer 5.1 Gaze narrowly DOWN 1 Chapter of the Koran 2 Small particle 3 Pant 4 Haggard novel 5 Nest-balding fish 7 Same 8 Town in New York 9 English river 10 To anger 11 Fruit drinks 16 Humor 20Sono£ Jacob 21 Little-girl S Sweet potato 23 French baH 24 Girl's name K Communist 28 Large 27 Greek letter 28 Gypsy husband 29 Ocean a Bar Avg. Mtation time: 2C mta. 34 Proscribe 35 Indolent 17 Rudely concise 38 Antitoxins » Portland · arrowroot 41 French novelist « Decline C Chest sound O Arrow · NorihwMt Affcamm TIMES, WM(., Jim* S, 1974 rAVITTKVILU, ARKANSAS IIHIIWW^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. 'Functional' Murmurs Of Heart No Threat Our newborn son has » heart murmur. Our doctor says this is common and may disappear as he grows older. Despite his assurance, we arc terribly concerned that this will affect him in later life. Mr. and Mrs. P.T., Ark. Dear Mr. and Mrs. T.: Many children are born with heart murmurs that in no way alter their development or their healh in adolescence and adulthood. These are called "functional" murmurs and do not represent any threat to health. Your doctor's assurance docs not seem to overcome your anxiety. Reaffirmation. by another disicussion with him. will give you the emotional security you obviously need. RECTAL EXAM I hate the rectal examination I get every time I have a complete physical. Is this always necessary? Mrs. E.H., N.J. Dear Mrs. H.: No yearly physical examination of an adult can be considered complete without a recta! examination. The information a doctor gathers from this is extremely; important in the ultimate diag-;. nosis. This should counteract":; the momentary unpleasantness of the examination. Is it true that some forms-^ of arthritis can be cured by- surgery? Mrs. L.S., Fla.- Dcar Mrs. S.: In some carefully selected,'; cases surgery is being used lo alter the deformities caused by. arthritis. Special types of artificial joints made of polypropylene have been inserted in joints of the hands and feet. Many advances have been reported by surgeons whn devote them- . selves to this and other types of operations for arthritis. SURGERY CASE Only certain kinds of arthritis^, can benefit by surgery. Each, case is individually studied and" carefully evaluated before sur-'^ gery is recommended. *-' S P E A K I N G O F YOUR*: HEALTH...Unsightly n a s a i; hairs must be cut, not pulled,"^ to avoid infection. MiwiMiimmimmniiMiiiiHiwiitwiiiiroTM B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to MastenT Individual Championship Play) IIIIBIIIIIIIllW«llTMltlllllllllllllllITlt||lltl|||||K||||«|lSJi|||||||||lIll|i||||||||fli||| Hill || IIINJIIIIHJIIIIIMIIIIIIIIinm East dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH * K 9 7 3 4 Q J 9 5 3 + A3 WEST EAST * A Q 1 0 * J 8 S 4 2 V K 8 6 3 2 ¥107 *10 » 7 4 2 + K Q J 6 + 1 0 9 2 SOUTH *6 V A Q J 9 » A K 8 6 + 8 7 5 4 The bidding: East Sooth West North Pass I V Pass 1* I N T Pass 2NT 3NT , Opening lead - king of clubs. I was playing in a pair cham- Jionship with one of mv favor(e partners, who will 'have lo e nameless. Pitted against us, on this occasion, were the egendary Two Little Old .adies. We wound up in ihrcc mtrump and the I..O.L. on the eft nf my illustrious partner eri the king of clubs. My partner ducked and won he club continuation with the ace. When he tried a heart finesse the queen lost lo t h e king and the L.O.L. on his left cashed the Q-J of clubs lo bring .her side lo four tricks, i declarer having discarded a heart and a spade from dummy. Now the I,.0.1,. made an astounding play. She led the queen of spades! My unfortunate partner -- having seen the L.O.L. on his left show up with the K-Q-J of clubs and king of hearts -- assumed that ihe ace of spades was on his right. Since he could not imagina West's failing lo take the setting trick if she had the ace of spades, he played low from dummy. But Ihe L.O.L. now Iriuni- pbantly produced the ace of spades and we finished dowiv. two. I was watching my partner^ as the spade ace was played;; and it would be hard In describe the expression of utter f r u s t r a t i o n and futility that per-'" meated his countenance. ·'? Moreover, when he realized he could probably have made the hand by plaving the king" of spades, he began to shako'^ his head from side to side and,' in fact, the last time I saw him his head was still goinij to and fro. - \-', When I asked the L.O.L. why' she had led the queen of. spades, her answer positively stumped me. She said: "What else could I lead with the A-Q.' 10?" PONYTAIL HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CLASSIFIED WORD AM -- fa srart anrfsy arc icceptM wittl p.m. F'riday, -- To start Mwiitay irt ·eorvtcd «rtil 30 a,m. Satarday. -- to start Toetd»r fhni JUtor4«y are -c*nlrt unU] 4 7.m. on the day before Mication. (?PACE AI5 -- to iljrl Saudi? an I 'iV I p.m. ] -- 1o slart Tuesday Biro ftrdrtay jir» aoccmrf until 4 mm. two it/i bftan putticalran. . l Monday en »mc7(H snti · - Gatsified Offic* Hours Are: Monctoy through Friday, 8:00 a.m.to 4:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 o.m.

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