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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14. Arktruai TIMES. Wed., July 3, 1974 rAYlTTtVIULI, ARKANtAt .FRANCES DRAKE : Your Daily . Horoscope ; Look in the section in which your birthtday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the .stars. FOR THURS., JULY 4 ; ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Start the day with verve and ·3 at a steady pace. Investigate '·\ the validity of new offerings. · Proper restraint in all matters ; advised. 'TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) I; You will now be in competition' with top-flight people and ':; their activities. You can hold ·- your own, advance some. Good -| ideas and eloquent speech will · help. · GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) i You may have an unusual '· opportunity to advance your '. interests immediately - one .; which could have an important i bearing on your future as well. ! Be ready to accept. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) ; This is no time for dwelling · on old errors, except to recog- l nize that they must not .be _; repeated.. On with your presenl '· program especially if it's been · ' built on a solid basis. ' LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) ' Do not lower your dignity by '.using strong-arm or other forceful measures to achieve success. You will accomplish more through tact and gra^ ciousness. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) New offerings may attraci you, but do not give up olc . projects of value. In those fields V in which you are trained am for which you have a liking you may well speed ahead now. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) : Ride along with propitious in :. fluences now. Acquaint yoursel with new trends and take mea · sures as occasion demands. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) With your innate enthusiasm '; and competence, you should b ·· able to reap a fine harvest now ' Some good opportunities for ad ."' vancing your interests in thi . offing. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec : 21) Y o u ajways enjoy challenge, and you may mee : some · interesting ones now ; Tackle with vigor, but don' u n d e r . t a k e enterprises you ' would not usually consider. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan . 20) Fine gains for like efforts : However, be on the lookout fo: "gimmicks" that could trip you persons who would undermine .your self-confidence by belitl ling your efforts. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 Auspicious aspects favo: partnerships, promise coopera lion in putting over new deals -and projects. Don'6 'prpcrasti '-nate. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A splendid configuration o your planets encourages you fine talents and know-how. Thi: is a day in which to give you finest performance, to stres good management. : YOU BORN TODAY are a : highly conventional individua' but imaginative and versatile also cautious, conservative an .intuitive. Your qualities are, i general, constructive, and it' rare indeed to find you goin to extremes or, once havin started a project, to wast energies by going off on unpro fitable tangents. Your love ( family and country are on standing, and "you find no sei vice to either burdensome. You talents are suited to man fields and, properly eclucatet of course, you could succee in almost any field of you - choice. Your best spots, hoy ever, would be in the areas i ' teaching, science (especial estate; in the arts: painting Sculpting, writing, music an interior decoration. Believe It orNat! $r · UNDERGROUND BARRACKS HAVE BEEN USED BY THI'RUSSIrW tm IN ANDIJAKTURKESTAN, EVfftSINCf THE AREA Mf DSMSTKTED BY AN EARTHQUAKE MI902 STONE CUP WAS SO REVERED BY MEN OF TO MINEBIS TRIBE OF NEW (SUINEfXTHAT WOMEN AND CHILDREN WERE FORBIDDEN TO SEE IT-UMDfR). PAIN OF DEATH- Look in the section in which our birthday comes and find hat your outlook is, according the stars. FOR FRI., JULY 15 RIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Ask, if, in doubt, but do not ecome unsettled at'.every sign t complexity. In general, hold he lino against wavering and ack of confidence. 'AURUS (Apr. 21 to May Planetary aspects now warn gainst misleading influences, eceit and dubious schemes. Be lert, and counteract with your nnate .honesty and good jud«- nent. (May 22 to June 21) Unusual situations will now all for . top-flight performance. udden shifts in circumstances lould not deter you from ursuing meaningful goals. Just eep plugging. :ANCER (June 2 2to July 23) Slow down for a belter look t your involvements. Don't pend money before you have t, but don't fear a competitive ry at something, nor turn down ood investments. EO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Make preliminary plans sub- ect to .final touch-up on Monay. jThus get the jump on time ressures. Exercise patience, orethought, no matter what 'our schedule. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Your ambitious and normally )right, enterprising self can be given full rein now. You are n a position to make fine long- 'angc plans. 1.IBKA (Sept. U to Oct. 23) You may feel distrubed by iome situation, but do not jeconie discouraged. Examine. contemplate, but press on, in vour best manner -- · and with confidence. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) E x c e l l e n t prospects f o r general interests, and your special desires -- if they nre within the realm of practicabil- ty. ;AGH"TARIUS.(Nov. 23 to Dec. TV THE J5ow CARRIED BY ANDAMAN ISLANDERS, IS 6'10" LONS- MOK£ THAN 2F££T LONGER THAU ITS BEARfK LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Corns Called A Protective Reaction Against Pressure I know that my complaint is not as serious as cancer or tuberculosis, but goodness, could you tell me what causes painful corns on the leet? . Mrs. J.B.O., VI. 21) Be cautious in expansion, promotional efforts. Mostly, do not T orce an opinion that may joomerang. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A period of action! Put all you have into day's endeavor'?: Your best thoughts, plans. e["orts. Look for the unexpected, and appreciate all -- even the challenges! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 39) ' Neither be on the outs with others nor with yourself, but eager and tolerant. Deftly meet Hinch with punch, talent with alent. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) · If you really have time for 'extras" on a .busy day, take .hem ' on judiciously. Anchor your sails to the well-foundeii, and engage opponents with enthusiasm. YOU BCr.N TODAY are more outgoing person than many other Cancerians, and could make a tremendous success in any field which involves dealing with the public. You would make a salesman without equal, a politician with enormous influence or an entertainer with sensational crowd- appeal. You arc also attracted to science and, along this line, could succeed most eminently in medicine or chemistry. Other areas suited "to your talents: merchandising, e d u c a t i o n , sociology or finance. Birthdate of: P. T. Barnum, Amer. showman; Adm. David G. Farragut, U.S.N.; Dwight B. Davis, Amer. statesman. Dear Mrs. 0.: "Oh my aching corn' 'is a complaint of anguish that can be apreciated only by those who are members of the fraternity. Although corns are more uncomfortable than disabling they can, if untreated, become constant source of; distress. A corn or a callus is simply nature's protective reaction to constant pressure in a single area. The outside: little toe is an area susceptible to a tight or ill-fitting shoe. At first, the skin area is inflamed. Then layer upon layer of hornified skin forms a pro tective corn. Now the tenderness becomes more marked. A ''soft corn," also the result of unusual pressure, can develop between the toes. It is "soil" because of perspiraion in this area. The key to the prevention of corns is to avoid wearing shoes that are too tight or do not fit properly. Podiatrists are experts in the removal and treatment , of corns. They can also do excellent studies of the feet to locate anatomical; detects and make suggestion for 4he use of ^ointments and pads, both f o r ' t h e alleviation of. the pain and to prevent recurrences. "··/'. Our child was born 10 days after the expected time of deli very. Oan such a newborn infanf show late abnormalities tha are not present -now? i · Mrs. 'D. B., Penna Dear Mrs. B:: : ' '.;· A very, extensive -study'was Nova Scotia on more than 15,000 births.' ,v i, The most important informa lion that came .from this study was the late-born children havi no more birth abnormal itie: than those born in a norma lime. In the absence of any defect: or abnormalities, you certainli have no cause for concern tha jmiiiiinniiiiiiDi mniiiiiiHii B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) mnmnuii South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * 9 8 5 V Q 9 3 * K Q 7 + K Q 10 6 WEST A A K J 1 0 3 T A 6 5 4 9 C 4 9 2 TheHddings South West IV 1* 3* Pass 4V Opening lead BAST * Q 7 2 ¥ 7 4 1 0 8 6 4 3 2 + 8 5 4 SOUTH East Pass Pass V K J 10 8 2 · AJ + A J 7 S North 2* 3V king of spades. One ot the great advantages o( playing a hand in a suit contract, rather than in notrump is that the defenders cannot run their long suit. The Irumps act as stoppers and neutralize tricks that the defenders Avould otherwise be able to score. · But this advantage does nnt protect declarer in every case. If thf defenders persist with their long suit they may ulti- mately run declarer out of trumps and so score whatever cards they have left in their main suit. Here is a case where the defense can assert its superiority in that fashion. West starts with three rounds of spades, forcing declarer to ruff. Superficially it would seem that South is on solid ground, since he has four sure trump winners, three top diamonds and four top clubs. Nevertheless, South is doomed if the defense functions correctly. At trick four, declarer leads the. king of hearts. If West takes it with the ace. South waltzes home with the contract. But if West.refuses the king, leaving himself with the A-6-5 while South still has the .1-108, he retains control of trumps. When South continues with (he jack, West ducks again, t h u s permanently sealing declarer's fate. South cannot afford another trump lead because West would take the ace and return a spade to force out declarer's last trump and so put the contract down two. The best that South can no after West twice refuses to lake the ace is to try to cash as many winners as he can in diamonds and clubs. Eventually West ruffs one of them with ils low trump and so defeats ;he conlract one trick. Into everything? put him into $9.98 His reach Is greater than his grasp, ihe world Is full of wonderful things 1 7ime for Red-Goose shoes.... to support those wobbly steps, for protection, flexibility, fine fit free GOLDEN EM M Men on TV. given wltt ndi pdr o L RED GOOSE SHOES SHOE TREE Evelyn Hillr iy will develop because you fant was a post-mature baby. P E A K I N G O F YOUR EALTH...When p a t i e n t oroughly understand their con lion they are more likely t How . instuctions and pres ribed treatment. Jefferson CounlyTo Acquire Helicopier capees and lost persons, he said. Bill Moore, a criminal investigator, will pilot the craft, Oli- PINE BLUFF, Ark'. CAP) - j herilf E. F. "Buck" Oliger'of 1 efferson County said Tuesday .at his office would acquire a our-passenger helicopter. · The jet turbine-powered craft ill be bought for the office by ic Southeast Arkansas Eco- omic Development District at cost of $286,000, he said.. Oliger said he had been try- ng to acquire the helicopter for iree years and that the eco- omic development district offi- ials only recently had become nvolved in the project. . He said that the craft will be lie only police helicopter in the late. "It will'be used to transport jrisoners and used on emergen- y runs to Little Rock and oth- r places," he said. The helicopter, originally used by the Air Force; also - ould be used in locating es- chases at existing schools; Bumpers Vetoes A Portion Of Bill LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gov Dale Bumpers notified the Sen ate Tuesday that he had vetoed part of a bill appropriate funds.:for equipping vocational technical schools. 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