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June 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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IT SAM APPLICATION FOR NOT 601N6 TO CAMP... IF VOJ'RE ACCEPTEP, YOU CAM STAY HOM All SUMMER AND MOT so TO CA,WP_ ^-J . MX) BOTKE /IW S? BOTTLE OF PEffHJME, VOIV OHWSU,, AT LEAST) !SM£U_6000.' i WE\.L,MR.SAWVER t THt COIN THIEVES ARE UNDERTl NEVER MIND, AW PET, T.T.L Y ARREST. THE FOUCE HWE RECOVERED THE SNOW / REPLACE IT WITH SOME- ) MUSEUM COW COLLECTION AW VT WILL BE .. ^ 1. THIMG FAR LOVELIER / JEyrN I - POWT BE SAP r MO SO ID AMERICA WIS NOU, PEPPED HONEY. ISINK SHEIK ALI NEED NUMBER OWE BELLY DORM YORE HIDE,PAWS VOO HAVE SNTTCHeD MV Bonoi-flN'-tGG wowey PERTH' LOST TIME! TAKETHflT!! JL AN 4 THAT" /AN/owe WHO EXHIBITS HIM 'CAN MAKE A FORTUNE!) ARE you SURE THIS 4 2..7S 15 YOUR ENTIRE LIFE ·SAVWGS ? (?£ALLV GOT SOME-THINS HERE WITH THESE. M£AT6AU,S/ VJZ SHOULD TAK£ ~. START A Fl?ANCHIS£ gUSIKIESS, AWD S£LU THEM ALU OV6.R THE COUMTRV/ WHAT WOULD we · CALL IT? . HOW ALJT/ *K£NTLJ£KY FRIED HOCK6Y PUCKS"? CANT WE SNEAK UP WHY DON'T WE JUST LEAVE THEM ALONE ·? CLIFF. CAN'T SET AT OVER TrfE KIVEE, EITHER THE TROUBLE WITH i* WEVE rt TOO MANY CIVILIANS IN IT asv^y ^ CORA HR=W MS OUTOrTi-15 HOUSE'/ BODILY/ DO YOU TUIN'K SHE'LL LET YOU BACK IN? i (t?** --Believe h or Nat/ i A DOS- WITH 2 HEARTS WITS CHEST Owned by Dormant Johnson Lebanon, .Ore. m\ ft, A NORWESIAN LAPP, HAS DELIVERED LETTERS ON FOOT ON THE WILD FINNMARK. PLATEAU Of NORWAY, FOR 6f YfARS A . MAORI W« CANOE MUSEUM IN AUCKLAND, M7 V MEASURES 82 FEET LONfi AND 6 FEET WIDE, /WO CARRIfD '00 FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope lllDnnilllinillinnilinniliniliinillllllllDnniinnnillllHIllllinSlllllilinninnillin Look in the section in which your birthday comes and f i n d w h a t your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 25 ARIES ( Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) If you feel you are growing stale in the idea department, browse about in new areas of information. Hold discussions with those of similar interests. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Adminitrative and home duties need extra care. Some adverse influences prevail, so steer clear of antagonism and heated discussions. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Avoid anxiety. You may he opposed, but you have been before and succeeded where you had to. Seek wise counsel when stymied. CANCER (June 22 to July 2) Occupational and business matters should gain momentum, but be careful to avoid losses through haste, illogical thinking. Some "super" hours in which to advance. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Precision anil perception needed now. Curb a tendency in wander from prescribed course; aim to understand both sides of controversial issues. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) You could overstep limits now if too strng a desire for certain attainment causes you to strive and press beyond reasonable boundaries. LIBRA (Sept, 24 to Oct. 23) Mixed planetary influences. You may alternate between quick, aggressive moves and perjod of slowing down, for no apparent reason. Aim at stabilization. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) A good day for launching new plans and projects. Of course, s e n s i b l e precautions a n d complete under stand ing of your undertakings will he important. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) An above-average day ir. certain areas; possibly trying other. Meet all situations with equanimity. Don't an t i c i p a t e difficulty; taki whatever you meet in stride. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Capitali/e on your clear-cut smart perceptions. Direct you v e r s a t i l i t y into profitable channels. An all-around good day!! AQUARIUS {Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A fine day for artistic literary and social interests. In ail things, exploit your genera know-how ami finesse to th hilt. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You may have a desire to lake off to "greener pastures' but think well before leaping the fence. Your desire may no l)e based on logic. YOU BORN TODAY are sympathetic, idealistic, ex t r c m e I y sensitive and basically, n serious thinker Your 'quest for knowledge i never-ending, and you could succeed in either the scientific or educational field. Tf yoi choose science as a career however, you would probably do best in medicine, for here you could couple your talents with your compassionate attitude toward your fcllowman. You nave a great love of heritage and t r a d i t i o n : would make an outstanding historian or dealer m antiques. Journalism and playwriting would also prove excellent outlets for your talents. Two traits which you should try to overcome oare lack of confidence in yoursel and hyper-sensitivity. B'irthdat of: Gen Henry ("Hap") Ar nold. U.S. Air Force; Georg Abbott, playwright, director. We live in an area where the climate is particularly damp and our 5-year-old son shows signs of asthma. ·We are willing to move to any part of the country if it will help him. Are there any places where an asthmatic can ind relief? Mrs. E.N.N., Mo. Dear Mrs. N.: Many families have impulsively uprooted themselves and moved . into a new geographic area for this reason. Undoubtedly, a dry climate without wide swings of temperature is considered beneficial. Bui unfortunately, this is not always the only answer to ,he complex problem of asthma. Families who dislocate themselves from their business and social . lives may be overwhelmed with disappointment when they find Ihcre is no change in the condition of the asthmatic. TEST AREAS It is much wiser to test out new areas for a reasonable ength of time before taking inch a decisive step. There are many new and exciting drugs on the horizon which are beneficial to the asthmatic. Some are used as a Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS lObi 5 Tree S Hide 12 Charles Lamb I! Exclama - tion M Prussian river 15 English river 16 Bugbear 18 Baseball area 20 Conform 21 Consume 22 Neat -- pin 23 Silk net 26 Large green insect SOWing 31 Tree 32 River in Asia 33 Gourdlike fruit SS Delicious, for one 38 Crone 39 Wire measure W Yuccalike plant 43 Tuneful 47 Ample sen-ing 49 Wisteria., for one 50 Choir section 51 Old times (archaic) 52 Italian noble house 53 News service 54 Affirmative 55 Greek letters 10 Insult Avg. solution time: 27 mhi. DOWN 11 English 1 Black and .county Yellow 17 Compass 2 Edison's point middle 19 New Guinea name port 3 Purple 22 Swiss river seaweed 23 Word with t Composer room or 5 "The --" dance (Scott) 24 Eskimo 6 Curse of knife cities 25 Escape 7 Boar 26 Relatives 8 Distress 27 Pickpocket signal 28 Sick 9 Girl's name 29 Gaming '" T --" cube 31 Fruit 34 Snapshots 35 Vegetable 3S Trouble 37 Shore bird 39 Declares for score 40 Petty quarrel 41 Bulging pot 42 Makes lace 43 Pack animal 44 Plate 45 Preposition "* 46 Letters Answer to Saturday's puzzte. 4S Elfin 54 0 « North**** Art««« TIMES, Mo»., Jim» J4, W4 w * iniiiiimiitnirtwiiiii'tiiiira .ESTER L COLEMAN. M. D. Relocating Is Not The Only Cure For Asthma jirevenlative. Others are used Q stop an attack, or modify Not until you have exhausted; all the medical and psychology cal reasons for your son's asthj ma should you consider such an upheaval in your lives. ; I have heard that some younjj high school students go on kicks from cough medicine. W h a t will they do ne.xt? ' Mrs. B.D., Tcnn^ Dear Mrs. D.: Cough medicines such as terr lien hydrnte with codeine ar« being sold to these youngsters by unscrupulous denlere w h o equate morality with the doling Four ounces of this medicine contain four grains of codeine in a solution that consists of 42 per cent alcohol (84 proof). '. P R E V E N T ABUSE Ethical pharmacists luiv* been conneratins with Public Health officials In control the consumption of these medicines and prevent their abuse. ; Legislation is imperative tq restrict the sale of such habit- forming chemicals, drugs and alcohol. The vulnerable youngster 'a caught in the trap of those who are constantly coming up with a 'What next?" danger, niiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimiMiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimNiiiiiN^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) l!l!lll!IIIIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIN!lllllllllllimillMIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIUIIUIIIim East dealer. Both sides vulnerable, NORTH * Q W 9 7 5 4 Z V -- · 1072 + A Q 5 WEST * A K 8 * A 10 9 6 . « K + K J 8 7 2 EAST 4 J 6 3 V K 8 2 · 84 * M 9 6 4 3 SOUTH * -- » Q J 7 5 4 3 * A Q J.9 6 5 3 The bidding: East Sooth West North Pass 1 * Dbte 4 A Pass 5 · Pass 6 · Here is a remarkable hand played by Italy and Sweden in the 1967 European championship. It features exceptional bidding and exceptional play The Swedish North-South pira got to six diamonds on the sequence shown. South opened with a diamond and after the Italian West doubled and North leaped to four spades, retreated the king of diamonds! North imaginatively raised to six, reasoning that South simply had to be void of spades to remove four spades to five diamonds. On that basis, thought North, his hand had much greater value than it appeared to have on the surface -- and he backed his judgment by binding six. West (Bellentani) was (]( course surprised by his opponents' vigorous bidding - considering the enormous high-card strength he had -- but Ive recognized [hat the slam undertaking must be largely based on distribution. Accordingly he passed si* diamonds, which was certainly the prudent thing to do, blit he then came forth with thp extraordinary opening lead of the king of diamonds!! No truer arrow was ever shot! Declarer ruffed t w o hearts in dummy but then had to lose two heart tricks to go dowi] one. Had Bcllcntani made any opening lead other than a trump. South would have made the slam quite easily'. He would have ruffed three hearts in dummy and his only loser would have been a heart. Bellentani surely had the courage of his convictions when he elected to lead the king of trumps. Undoubtedly many- players holding the West hand would also have thought ot leading this card, but not m a n y would actually have done so. Perhaps that's why the Italians won the championship that year. PONYTAIL "Bat, Mom, how can you expect me to do housework?.. I'm on SUMMEB VACATION!" SAVINGS GALORE! Smart shoppers first check the hundreds of odr vertised values that appear doily 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 U a day!

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