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( YOU HAVE A f" . / NICE VOCS/ ( S O /AASCULIHE \] 5 UNLESS \OU TAKE ME TO " AMERICA, PEPPER, THAT I 1 Y/ELL,VES~.ITALKEPT0SUElK Fso VJHEN HE BUVS THE COLLECTION MORE \ ALI. IT TURNS OUT THAT HIS BOWS \MEPHEW IS IN SCHOOL AT SHELLS?/ FARVERP UNIVERSITY IN AMERICA. W H E N I T O L P HIW THE SHOW : ,,---- COIN COLLECTION E^mFim^M WAS STOLEN FROM FROM THE THIEVES, HE'S G O I N G TO RETURN IT TO ' FARVBRP AS A fftiM 1 . THAT'S A REAL' GOOPVJtU. v vaaa,*.** GESTURE. THAT'S i QUITE A ? BOMB *. CAM I REFUSED/A SHEILA SON. ' DUfABFOUHPEP, ^^!Plt^i Nc ,!^ CT] rs Witt NOTHING wÂ£ HINT VE FERSITTIW I'M ALL SOT PER TH'CftMPIN'TRIP, MflW LOOK/.' X GOVAM1MT STATISTICS NEARW ) HUNDERDS ) MADERXllSO'US-BUT OF S HONEST ABE OUTSMARTED J 'EM-AM' K 'EM.'.' ^ , -J;. 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There ure, however, m a n y scientists in institutions all over the wprlrt who are studying the possibility of delaying the process of aging. At the National Institutes of Health in Bcthesda, McL some drugs are showing considerable promise in experimental animals. One in particular, centre- phenoxine, was first discovered Is it possible for a child to have nasal allergy all year? My 'Â·year-old boy never seems to je free of it. We have been advised against having him ested. Is there anything else we can do about his constant nee/ing and itching nose? Mrs. G.A., N.D. Deiir Mrs. A.: Perennial nasal allergy is a ccmmon disorder in children. It Is debilitating and saps the energy of children burdened with it. The condition can be diagnosed by (he appearance of 'ho mucous membrane lining of the French early 1360s when botanist found that it Look in the section in which our birthday comes and find vhat your outlook is, according o the stars. FOR TUBS., -TUNE 18 \RIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20} You can put distinguished Fin- shing touches on an important jroject now. And those who vore previously "on the fence' 1 vill come over to your side. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Excellent Venus influences! 'nspiration at A peak. A unique dea you have can he carried out with .just the of ingenuity to GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) D a y calls for carefu moves, evenness of disposition. Give your imagination some leeway, of course, but don't go to extremes. CAPRfCORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Avoid tendencies to procrasti nale. Handle all matters in the order of their importance. Evening hours excellent for reversed (he aging process in plants. ACTIVE M E M O R Y Since then, it has been tried in h u m a n beings. These and other studies are aimed at the possibility of keeping memory more active and returning it to those who have lost this acuity It is also interesting to note lat there arc many well-known actors which, when followed al n early age. can decrease the peed of aging. For oxampls, iigh fat diets, tobacco, un reated high blood pressure ac-k of exercise, and obesity Pull down undesirable riers. recognize real obstacles o your progress. Then, w i t h ^everything in clear focus, you can plan your strategy m o r e effectively. 3ANCER (June 22 to July 23) Some complications indicated in financial matters. Don't let 'fllse pride keep you From ask- ng advice if you're tumble to cope. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Your pcrceptivene.ss not quite as keen as usual. Care! Be sure .0 fake all factors into account when sizing ' up unexpected situations, VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) You will have access to some unusual gains now if you move witb forethought and know-how. Mercury, propitious, stimulates your ingenuity and intuition. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) E x c e l l e n t prospects f o r starting or developing new business associations, idea could spark right touch I social activities and romance, make i t j AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Ken. 19) Use tact and poise in dealing with the opposite sex. Thii unusual entirely different approach in monetary matters, also. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) A bit oF news received unexpectedly could have a happy Impact on your financial status; may concern a sound but long- range investment proposition. could be the key to solving even the most difficult of problems. Note now trends. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Continue toward your goal even if you have not ycl achieved positive results. An "influential friend m a y lend a helping hand. YOU BORN TODAY are f. highly energetic and enthusias tic individual, always optimistic 1 if 'fvinff af your best born achiever. Rut you a r e r e s t l e s s a n d changeable, too. When you get a new idea - which is frequently -act upon it immediately a nd L eslf LI 11 y, but m ay d rop the whole thing as soon as youi interest wanes. This is the Ge minian's besetting sin. Try to curb! You ore extremely versa tile; could e x c e l at writing, music, science, the Saw, noli tics, the theater or. in the commercial world, as a bankei be in which ca.se, (ops since new you wouk places anc new people fascinate you. fn fact, tiie new" always beckons t!r i r-emini-ni -- nnrl he goes when he is called. Birthdafe of: M. Da!atiiei\ French slates m a n ; F,. G. Mavsha'! anc Richard Boone, film and T\ stars. Crossword By Eugene Sheffet- ACROSS 1 Winnow 4 Roll of cloth 8-Young zebra 12 Chalice 13 Dies 14 English painter 15 Pinch IS A or B, for example 18 Chalice of Christ 20 Polish river 21 Air: comb, form 24 Treadle 28 With praise (L.) 32 Incarnation of Vishnu 33 Japanese statesman 31 American poet 35 Asian country (abbr.) 37 Miss Tea sd ale 39 Junior, for one 41 Topic' 43 The timber wolf 44 Indian 46 Wood used by turners 50 Student's Waterloo 55 Lamb's mother 56 - fixe 57 Man's nickname 58 Satisfied 59 Inclination 60 Labia 61 Bitter vetch DOWN 1 Tooth 2 Mohammedan noble 3 California city 4 Oregon maple 5 Spanish gold 6 Dialect of Siamese 7 Spreads grass 8 Tree 9 Former govt. org. 10 Cover 11 Head of the fairway 17 Hiatus 19 Adjective suffix 22 Destroy 23 Conceptual Avg. solution time: 27 min. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 25 Biblical name 26 Nervous malady of the Malays 27 Superior, for one 28 Stone chest 29 Weslern state 30 English philosopher 31 Sailor's saint 35 Formal arguments 38 Ixjve token 40 The sun 42 Summer on the Loire 15 Gem stone 47 Attica township 48 Pitcher 49 Soaks 50 layette item 51 American humorist 52 Lair 53 Broad sash 51 Fictional sleeper 29 42. 57 49 COLD OK ALLERGY Many parents tell the doctor. "My child has a cold all year round." Colds do not behave in this way. Allergies do. Almost always, the year- round allergy is caused by some substance the child breathes in. More rarely is Toad factor. Animal dander, house c-nst and pollen froni flowers, weeds and trees are the grealest offenders. I cannot understand who (lie authorities were who advised you against having your son tested since he has year-round disd-ess. Your own doctor or a specialist in allergy may be ilay a prominent role in blood | able to pinpoint (he exact Â·essel changes associated with [ cause, desensitize you son. and lie aging process. give him some relief. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridae (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play' South dealer. Â£ast-West vulnerable. NORTH * A K 6 5 V 832 * A Q 10 9 8 7 WEST * 7 4 2 V Q J U 5 4 9 4 3 2 4 5 3 EAST * Q J 8 3 f 94 Â· A J 7 5 + K J2 SOUTH y A K 7 6 * K Q 10 8 6 * S 4 The bidding: South West North East 1+ Pass 2+ Pass 2 Â» Pass 2 A Pass 2 NT Pass G + Opening k-ad queen of learts. Odd things sometimes happen in tournaments. For example, take this deal played by Mail Granovetfei;, N T ew York star, in the 19?:) Blue Ribbon Pairs. He was playing the Mitchell Diamond and was prevented by the syslem from opening the bidding on the South hand with diamond, which would have shown far more values than he lad. \'nr could he open the bidding with a heart, for that would have guaranteed at least ive hearts. So Granovetier opened Ihe bidding with a club! As a result, he wound ur playing the hand in six clubs \vith his two card Inimp suit. This conlract would ordinarily have gone down.since declarer "nad two natural t r u m p tricks In lose as well as a heart. But the f a c t is that Grnnovetler managed the alfair exceptionally well and wound up making the slam. West made file normal lead of tile queen of hearts. South. won with the king and returned the king of diamonds. West following low. declarer ruffed the- diamond in dummy, cashed the A-K of spades, r u f f e d a .spade, ruffed a diamond, played a heart to Ihe ace and ruffed the third round of diamonds. After ruffing dummy's last spade with his only remaining trump, declarer r u f f e d still another riianiond in dummy to produce this three-card position: Norlh West V J 4 5 3 * A Q Soulli East A K J Z # Q Granovettcr played the eight of hearts from dummy, forcing Hast lo trump his partner's trick, and East, lo his dismay, found t r u m p that tricks dwindled to one. two natural had suddenly PONYTAIL "The only way I can describe my father's mood is.. M you feel like living dangerously, come on in!" 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! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than ] 1 ( a day!