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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 25

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 19, 1974
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uw rwfr we ei\e DP SAS SAU. AMPrXVS FORM A PO^ MAVIS'S 2£ 6ETTES THAN A C£NT£RfisireK'£ I HAVE A SJ66ES7ION iOKY CWr TOD 6£T gACK IM CUTUJTOTHW SUPPOSEDLY GOLD COIN/ SH6IK. WHAT OOVOUFIHD? .---r,",--US OPTfcS XX 9g[N'A MHPWRB, He.WKATCWANCJKJ f THflRfllN'TNOTHIN 1 LOVAJ-DOWNER'N A DftDBURW STILL PIGEON!.' SOMEWRMINT WENT flN'TOLD 'EMWHflRITWUZ I HEftRTEUTH 1 RBJENOOER'S CHOPPED J RIGHT, UPVORESTlil / LUK6V- lflSrNI6HT,^fc/~V''[ fSNlF- SNOFFV -^·rr?\ ) v SW1F) SHUCKS.'.'-TH CREDIT R1QHTUV BEUDMGS TO A TWO-TOM BOULDER, WHICH FLATTENED MAI-I SKU-L ASA CHILE ASA RtlSULT- AH DOM'T KNOW MOTH IN'. AV, ME SUMPTHIN'. AH \(COMESUPVJIF DON'T l TH'AMSWEP. KNOW. 1 LICKE.TY-SP1.IT.'.' WONDER MOKOM.'/ OF ALLTH'MOROMS IN TH'WORLD, VO'ISTH' SMARTEST HOW MUCH IS TWO AN' TWO? HE SHORE IS TH' WONDER MO ROM, AWRIGHT/: CHIEF.' TAN6tEFOOT WAS CAPTURED BY A LONS PALEFACE/ V WHO WAS HE-?-- A , SOLDIER?/ NO--AN ALUMINUM-SID1N6 SALfcSMAM GOT A CAN- OPENER, COOKIE? ,P HERE^S AM UTERESTTNG TH= COWMOM HSRRIfs'G SOMETIMES TRAVEL. IM SCMOOL-S OF OVER ' A HUNDRED MILJ-1OW IMAGINE THAT/ A HUNDRED MIU-1ON HERRING IM ONE SCHOOL/ I WONDER WHERE THEYALLGO ON SUMMER VACATION? MOUNTAINS OF- ;KRILAS, ARE MADE WOf/MMMSKUUS 2* · LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. True Psychic Cancer Cure Would Spread wiiii'iiiriiiiiJiiiiiMiiiiiiiraiiimiiiiwiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiira , , A RC^AL RESIDENCE BUILT IN WE 16th CENTURA K TH£ ifOlGlST HOOKH STRUCTURE/HTHC (WWW WIDOWS HEWS IN THE TtRtO TRIBE OF NEW GUINEA COMPRISE AN ACTUAL COVERING OF WEEDS FROM H£M TO TOE RANGES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Northwest Arkoiua* TIMES, W«d., J«m* I*, 1*74 ARKANSAS __ My wife has cancer. I have leard about psychic surgery in :he Philippines. Do you I h i n k that we. in desperation, should go there? Mr. G.K., 111. Dear Mr. K.: Desperation is the driving ·scurrying in all directions p.nd f o r c e that sends people eventually into the hands of quacks. It is understandable lhat desperation makes people seek and find those who will exploit their emotional pains and exhaust their finances. Many gullible Americans have flown to Manila for Hie psychic surgery" you refer lo. BIG BUSINESS So vast has this enterprise become that hundreds of people have been flown from the west coasl to the "healers" in the Philippines. When a cure for cancer or a n y disease is firmly established scientifically it wii: be available to hospitals and doctors everywhere. !lll!!inillil!lll!!iniJII«!lllMDUI]ll!ll«l[IIHII!!lll!][«l!UI!!ll!lli!lill!U Look in Hie seclion in which hope to gain by cutting corners, 'our birthday comes and find however vhat your outlook is, according SAG1TARIUS (Nov 23 to Dec 21) Not a day for forcing issues or deliberately bringing up con- o the stars. FOR THURS., JUNE 20 iRIliS (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some intrigue alwui. Don'f. become involved. Concentrate )r, your own objectives and you von't have lime to get into lubious activities. TAURUS (Apr. 21 lo May 21) Excellent influences. You can 4ive an exhilarating lift lo a lew project or brighten routine o the point where it actually lecomes .stimulating. 3EMINI (May Z2 to June 21) Do not dash headlong into day's activities no matter how much is expected of you or how mich you wish lo accomplish. There are "cloudy" Uldy wed. areas to IANCER (June 22 to July 2:!) Home tension indicated. Avoid highly strung or neurotic persons, and keep out of situatinns vhich could needlessly involve you in other's problems. LEO (July 24 lo Aug. 23) Mixed influences. You may encounter some fruslrating situations during the a.m., hut 'he tide will turn in favor later troversial subjects. Hold your oeace, for Ihe lime being. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Some new trends in the making. Study carefully and be sure to check all propositions before accepting. Romance and travel favored. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) It will be well to handle all matters discreetly now, slowing down where a tendency to liurry exists, and not provoking needless argument. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Now's the lime lo make the first move toward Hie attainment of a special goal. You Nave plenty of stellar support n (he day. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sonl. 23) Curb an inclination [o lake on more than you can reasonably handle. You will only scatter energies and accomplish ess in the long run. :,fBKA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Even if you're quite certain low yon intcnrl to handle a situation. It wouldn't hurl to get ·mother's viewpoint. Some interesting new concepts could re- SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Generous influences now 'avor business and financial matters. A good day for p l a n n i n g for the future. Don't to back you. YOU BORN TODAY are numbered among the world's most unusual achievers. Adaptable, enthusiastic, generous and extremely versatile along crea live lines, there is practicallj no area in which you eanno' make your personality felt, t h u s considerably easing your p a t h to success. At heart you are an individualist anrl prefer to carry pul lasks, brighl ideas and unique methods alone but where leamwork is necessary others can always count on your cooperation -- and love you for it. Your talents are so many and your zest for new projects so constant that you are inclined to scalter energies. Ihus slowing down ultimate accomplishment. Try to stick to one enterprise before taking on another. Fields in which you could especially excel: wriling music, science, research, avia tion and exploration. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer I am 45-years-old and know hat I am beginning my change of life. I notice excessive- )leeding during my menstrual periods that was never there Jcfore. Should I be concerned about this? Mrs. E.N., Ga. Dear Mrs. N.: You should be concerned only lo determine the exacl cause · of the excessive bleeding. You should not, however, live in terror (hat this, change represents a serious threat to your health. SIMPLE REASONS There are many simple : reasons which can be readily, c o r r e c t e d . Small benign (nonmalignant) tumors of the'. cervix and fibroid tumors of the; uterus can produce excessive bleeding. A complete gynecological examination, including the" smear test, will provide the; assurance you need. ^.' A general rule of safety ii.':" t h a t all unusual vaginal?.' bleeding should be traced to iU*.', cause and treated early to^\ avoid complicating probless. ,-£· B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) lllllll!IIDI!lliniN!llllll!inillllllllllMlllinilllll!l«lllllllllllllflillin![|ll!!l|^ South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH A Q J 8 3 V 8 6 4 + 8 5 3 WEST V A Q 9 5 · 102 + A K 1 0 9 4 EAST 4 9 6 5 V J 7 3 2 4 7 6 } + Q J 7 SOUTH * A K 1 0 2 · A Q J 8 S + 62 South West North East 1* 2+ Pass Pass 2 + Pass 3+ Pass 4 + OpeniiiR lead - king of clubs. Good defense is mostly a matter of visualizing declarer's hand and utilizing [his knowledge to obtain Ihe best possible result. Consider this deal where Wesl leads t h a king nf clubs, It is a widely accepted convention thai ihc queen is not played in (his situation unless it ' accompanied by the jack. West therefore plays a low club at trick two, confident that East will eilher ruff or play the jack. When East wins with lh» jack, he is faced wilh the crucial problem of whal to play next, but there are many clues lo guide him to the proper return. Most of Ihcse clues come from Ihe bidding. He knows lhat West must have five clubs for his overcall, which means that South has no more clubs. He likewise knows that South bid diamonds ahead of spades, thus indicating longer diamonds t h a n spades and hence a 4-2-5-3 distribution. (If South had only one heart. Wcsl would have five and would surely have bid heatvls inslead of two clubs.) So. by putting these inferences together, East concludes that a club continuation would be futile and lhat a heart s h i f t is necessary. He therefore plavs the deuce of h e a r t s at trick three. The shift s t r i k e s pay dirt when Wesl cashes the A-Q to put [he contract d o w n one. Aclually. West has a problem of whether to Iry lo cash the (ineon of hearts or aue of clubs -- after capturing South's king of hearts wilh Ihe ace -- but it is an easy problem to solve. East's lead of Ihe ilcuce of hearts his fourth best heart - indicates thai South started wilh two hearts. Hence West, plays the t|iiccn of hearls and so defeats the contract. PONYTAIL ACROSS IPant 5-Fraternal man 8 Sleeveless garments 12 Aroma 13 Menu item TA Storm 15 Banter 1J Fruit drinks 18 Cut off closely 19 Wigwams 21 Greenland exploration base 24 Scottish explorer 25 Obligation 28 Shore bird 30 The law thing 33 Former govt org. 31 Strass 35 House wing 36 Disease of sheep 37 Poker stake 38 -Late singer 39 Narrow passage 41 Ireland DOWN 43 Menu itezn i Large STUBS 46 Remote 2 Biblical allusions name 50 Apple 3 Beverage 51 Kind of 4 Hedge cement plant 54 Grandfather i Epoch of Enos g Captain's 55 land measure 56 English philosopher 57 Russian river 58 Beam 59 British queen record 7 Ship (poetic) g Plowed land 9 Harassed » Baseball's Tommie H Soap-frame bar Avg. solution time: 26 min. 16 Seme 20 Voided escutcheon ·2! Islands in GatwayBay 23 Dispatch 25 Follow closely 2G Slender finjal 27 Li censed beggar (Eng.) 29 Roman road 31 Old times (archaic) 32 Cunning 34 Liver paste 38 Riddle 40 Body of Moslem scholars 42 The stitch- bird 43 Gem stone 44 Fashion 45 Metal beam 47 A gas 48 Ragged V Constellation 53 Ruler of Answer to yesterday's puzzle, Tunis This was a morning my mother will never forget.. I Cleaned up my room!" ^^ HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CLASSIFIED WORD AIM -- to start Sunday are accepted i 4 p.m. Friday. -- To start Monday an accepted · 11:30 a.m. Saturday. -- lo start Tuesday thro Satan accepted actil i puna, on tba day publication. CLAStflPIKD DMPLAT ': (SPACE) ADS - to stAH Sunday art acceptetf ant* 4 p.m. Thursday. -- to start Monday «r» *ecvp(ei out* * p.m. Friday. -- to ilart Tncwtay Win Saturday at* cwptrf unt» 4 p-m. two «ayi J -publication. 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