Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 14, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 14, 1974
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nMQglji; After t* CO WTUtNK *X* AMU-CUT ' , NATIONAL 66»6L£ COMPANY Aa THREE NETWORK?- STO«£S WILL EVER'K MAP£ Kaboodle never again TH£ AMERICAN ----- COMBWi INTO A TEUVlSSON SERIES ? tried -to match wits with a dog. rANSEIM HtANZ, WHO ISKLY PRAYED KMILE HE WAS ELECTOR RUlWfi THE CITY OF MAINZ. (5ERMANY, DEPICTS HIM WITH A BOOK OF PRAVRS MOW MUCH I/FIFTY WILUVDU/CBOCKS :CHOFMB?ANO STARTED IN 1263, UHDBJ fOR 33TYEAKS WHICH ATTAINS A WEKSHTOF 276 POUNDS, CAN BREATHE AIR AMD TKAVfL A COHSIPfiSiE CXSTANCE OV£R LAUD FRANCES DRAKE Your Dail Horpscppe TIMfS, frM«y, Jun* 14, 1974 « IS nxc, uiiuuiuu - FURTHERMORE^ fOKEY-POKEY/ JlAAndu ·wntiiryc \ ^- f t ...AHO ANOTHER TMINS- DOUBLE-CROSSINQ THE TWEVES. VOU^RE ENPANGEK9KG NM SOWS ,VTHEY LIFE.-AND MINE/ MOT GOING TO AMERICA WITH MY SOW.., YOB NO GET COIN TV*SAlN*TNOTi»t ·n rum saw*. MV COUSIN ZEB'S COMlN OVER PER A VISIT, MflW -- WflNT VETO MflKE HIM FEEL RIGHT ftT HOMe «6m//-WHATlFWE'DO SPEND OUR. DECLINIM' -SO IT'S OUR PATRIOTIC iSSSSS^I^l gKS^^£l w TWO^ARR^ES ^ ^BM^^^SV we is so OLD. WE sor NOTHW TO LOOK FOR'ARDTO -- REALLV?/ WHAWA \S CAUSIM6 THAT f TM CHEAP 0S5 USIN6! THAT1JOOO OA5SE5 5£S« / M6Re, I'LL 'POPULAR A SHOW YOU poweoiN TOPAV, H6* IN A TERRIBLE MOPP. LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Child's Fever May Induce Convulsions Our S-year-otd daugnter has lad two convulsions in a year. Both occurred when her fever rose above 102. . They terrified us and e v e n though the doctor has assured us that we have nothing to worry about, we still do. Mrs. A. J., Wash. Dead Mrs. J.: A convulsion is indeed a terrifying experience for parents to watch. The fact that your doctor does not believe that these convulsions indicate serious trouble should be comforting. It is not unusual for perfectly healthy children to rjjjve'a so- called . ".seizure" when their temperature- is : elevated,' It sirflply : nearis thai/ the child's vulnerability for convulsions is greater at that time. BRAIN TESTS Brain wave tests will show the absence of any brain damage. These fever-induced convulsions can be controlled w i t h edicalion and sponge baths to uickly lower the b o d y tern- rat u re. Your own anxiety should not transmitted to your child. r VE GOT TO GO ON A CRASH DIET g [F THEPJE'S OWE THIMS 1 I CAN'T STAND, ' IT'S A CXDG WITH PAT r FEET/ Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SAT., JUNE 15, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Don't permit trifles to be lown out of proportion. The mountain, which glows from a molehill -is [usually, unbeliavably difficult toiconquer; ·. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) · An inspired idea and friendly cooperation help:you .in perfecting- some of your :long-range plans.. Study new developments. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) An old acquaintance will do you a very good turn -- quite unexpectedly. In fact, your relationships w i t h others, generally, should be unusually congenial. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) .-Be. prudent,, of; course, but don't--' pinch ^pennies where spending is .'warranted. There are times, when stretching the budget pays off. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Place your confidence in hard facts rather than "feelings" and. in discussions with ethers don't be overly imaginative. You could read too much into their words. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Personal relationships should be highly congenial now. In fact, some of your brighter and more amusing companions could give yon some stimulating ideas. LIBRA (Sept, 2-t to Oct. 23) Cut loose from undesirable situations. Try again -- from scratch, if need be. Retracing steps can be. a revivifying process in certain areas. SCORPIO (Oct. 2-1 to Nov. 22) -F : a 1 s e ·- slatcrrtenls could mislead but. Under day's capital influences, you should he able to discriminate well. Just be alert. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Put a hit more enthusiasm nto efforts. Success can come through new alliances. The "different," if appropriate, could spark day's happy ac complishment. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) This should be a fruitful day when some of your more vigorous efforts could bring unexpected rewards and recognition. Romance also favored. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Best results will accrue from working with those who have know-how and inspiration to offer. Solo ventures may not be as successful. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Diversity is t h i s day's keyword, but not confusion Neither plan nor act witnoui sound and long-range purpose Don't let your imagination run out of bounds. YOU BORN TODAY are one of the most artistic of al Gcminians -- and that is saying a lot. Even if you should choose a business career, y o u wil follow' some form of art. either as a second vocation or an avo cation. And the fields vary from music, writing, painting and designing to the theater. You love to travel and your affinitj for beauty, cnlor and symmetry is onlstandinSv You railways see the best in people and place anri your tendency is to share your delightful observation, with others. In fact, you incline to share everything with other. 1 since you arc generous, amo.s fo a fault. You are ingenious Inn. and could even make a name for yourself through the invention of some form o" highly useful gadgelry. Trait to curb: impulsiveness and ex travagance. Birthdate of: Mme Schnmann-Hcink. opera singer Eclvard Grieg, Norwegian com poser; Edward, (he "B'ac Prince of Wales. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Obese 4 Pare 8 Any It Epoch 11 Military unit 14 Cutting tools 15 The west wind H Fewer U Expires 19 Medieval merchant league 20 Specter 22 Ray 24 Country path 21 African island 2JPart of ·- circle 9 Rnglish - novelist ninkt 31 Direct 35 God of war DOWN MMajian rosgisfa'jte 16 Secrete 19 Foggy '..; 20 Thick slice 21 Rabbit 22 Discloses 23 Finishes 25 Novelist Grey 2! Arm badge 27 Verdi opera M Weather :Wprd - · . 30 Employ 133 More indolent 34 fiestrain 36 Dimensions 37 Nonsense (slang) 38 Part of ear 39 Gudrun's husband 4» Moslem - summons to prayer : 42 Poke : 43 Mohammed'; son-in-law 44 Born Answer to yesterday 1 ! poole. 45 Tumult 3S-B. Anthony 37 Flame 44 Melodies 41 French novelist 42 Musical group 46 Capable 47 Wings 48 Biblical name 49 inheritor id Compartments 51 Lair 1 Turkish hat 2 Exist 3 Astaire's forte 4 One to whom money is paid 5 Blunders G Australian bird 7 European river 8 Sausage 9 Beasts of burden 10 Muddle 11 Being Avg. solution time: 25 min. W ; h a t is' the" difference ' be ;ween a hereditary and a con- [enital disease? Mis L.L., S.D, Dear Mis L.: ' .:;; A congenital condition is on* ' hat exists from the time of lirth. It is acquired some time, d u r i n g (he developmental. eriod in the womb. Some in-.. 1 , ectious diseases like German., measles may interfere with t h a ' normal growth of the fetus.,' Toxic drugs, too, can be responsible for congenital malforma- · lion. . THROUGH GENES A hereditary disease is on«"' hat is (ransmitted from' parents, grandparents and ari-~' ceslors. Such a tendency - i s - " passed f r o m generation -'to 1 generation through tne chromo-' somes and (he genes. Olosclcro- sis, a special iypc of deafness." is an example of a hereditary' ' disease. During the past decade, a vast amount of scientific infor-:' mation has been accumulated" about both congenital and hereditary diseases. With genetic counselling, proper vaccination and careful supervision of the" use of drugs, many hereditary and congenital conditions catt he avoided. '" " . JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Hasten* Individual Championship Play) IMrtfWfllllllKrWlllllllWIJtfllia)lllRtl!^ailll!|IIIJ,;;!T-'V^VIIIIIIIim You are declarer with the Vest hand at Three Notrump nd North leads the four of "iris to South's jack and your g. How would you play the *At . and? * K Q 7 6 · Q J 4 · 1 0 9 6 3 * A Q J 2 It is clear that if you stake le outcome on a club finesse t trick two. the contract will o down if South has the king. "e would return a heart and ou would finish with only eight ricks. You could also tail by leading diamond at -trick two, even lough that is a better play han leading a club. Thus, if pu led the queen or jack of iamonds at trick two, you voulri go down if it turned ool hat South had some such hand s: * J 9 6 » A 30 8 7 + K 5 The most promising method f play is to lead a spade to the ace at trick two and a low ' diamond from dummy at""' trick three. If South has the ace you are sure to make tha hand whether" he follows high, or low. If he rises w i t h the ace you have nine tricks - threa spades, two hearts, three dla-,. moods and a club - regardless of how the diamonds are divid- · ed. If he does not rise with (h« ace you also make nine tricks,., after winning the diamond w i t h , the queen, by switching your attention to clubs. Even if th« finesse fails you are home, because you are certain to scors three spades, two hearts, a 6i*-. mond and three clubs. The only time the contract goes down by adopting the suggested method of play is whera North has the singlelon ace of diamonds-and South has the king of Clubs, in which event you could make the hand by leading the four of diamond* at frick hvo. As opposed to this remote possibility, it is better to initial« the diamonds by leading a low one from dummy. If you do that, the contract will' oem* marching home. PONYTA1L ."You're welcome to him, Wanda... I was getting tired of paying for my own cheeseburgers and riding around in an oU wreck!" HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Diol 442-«42-- Ask for CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: WORD AMI -- to sr*rt 9tm4*r i*t ·ccvp'.M onUl 4 JMTI. Friday. -- Ta itarl Monday »r* *«*D««J iwta 11:36 a.m. Mtnrdiy. -- to start Tn#idJ7 (hni **tora*y ar« accepted until i p.m. on tiw ctay before · ira CL.\SSTFIED _ (PPACE) ADS -- to start SIM * p.m. TJiursiiy. -- to star: Monday 4 p.m. Fr:rlay, -- to start Tuei-lay th:a fttmrd iicvf^M unlLJ 4 p.m. two d»yi Offic* Hovrs Ar*t 8:0 ° : 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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