Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 5, 1974 · Page 20
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 5, 1974
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20 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1975 FAVETTCVILLI. AKKAH»A» KASUSARe StKfWEO 'TO HAVE 6000 NOSES- WELL, 6£T THAT 8gA6LE NOSE TO THE GROUNC" AND FINP WOK AII55INS MASTER? I KNOW WHATU. HAPPEN;. I'LL SET BITTEN ev A STUPID 6RO/MP BV6! Believe It arNoi/ R FORMER HEftDHUNTER OFTHETAYrU TRIBE OF 7A1WAM, WHO IS 97 YEARS LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Male Hormonal Imbalance Enlarges Male Breasts A BAMBOO AND CALICO HAMPER 1NWHKH CHINESE WHO NATIVES BELIEVE 7HET CAN RETAIN THE SOUL OF A PAKfHT KiniiniiiiiiiniKiiiinunniniiinitinHiiw ^ -STILL if AS we stilus Of 82. tNCMIK . largement of both breasts. attitude only permits:'the ' . to swim or indulge in any acti- Ms OWN HANDS vity. with his Iriends.. What can be done about it? difficult to eradicate. Plastic surgeon's and general Dear Mrs. U.: · This condition is known surgeons can remove the overabundant breast tissue .through mal enlargement ot the breast is rapid, and the glands in ; the .male. chological rewards are enorra . ·' ;As you already suspect, the I'VE WORKED T1^\ES AND STiU-5ET Y THE WRONSANSWER?/ - TVtOPUSTHO e FOUR/ with, this condition is the psychological and emotional conse FORMERLY PREFERRED 6V EUROPEANS TRAVEUMS flKTIC SmWKE HUGE TRUNKS CCfflJH) WITH MINDKRSKIN, MOUNTED ONSKBS-/W0 £QUIPPBHITHADOOKAHDMHDOUS possible .to survive a brain operation with no after- especially at the time Mr. E. McA., Calif; mastia is .often a hormone im- Dear Mrs. McA.:- There 'are some parts of the balance of the male mone, androgen. Undoubtedly, the enlargement "silent areas." This means of the breasts was visible for of the brain where some. time. Had your son been studied by a hormone specialist, It is conceivable that a small effective in preventing the pro- Your Horoscope tumor in these places may not gression ot this condition. alter any (if, the vital functions, doubt that at- his removed, can leava condition can be reversed. Yet the patient without any after-LOOK, BUZ'. THERE flfcE HOLES AIL OVER THIS PtftCE.' WHY? PLWHO/.. SW6EHEY,VOU GOTO THE BftCK OFTHE HOU6E....X'LL ;TRV THE FRONT. examination glands: · . Parents very often refuse remarkably unbelievable powers of re si stance;' Lflok in the section in which ARE YOU ALL RIGHT? what your outlook is, according :o the stars. AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge FOR SAT., JULY 6 Consider results from past actions or decisions you intend ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) If they were inade- Important decisions, research, your discretion now. Therefore, worked out before taking action. (Top Record Holder to Master! 1 Individual Championship Play) TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Some intrigue still evident. You may experience tempta- to dodge obligagions, to Keep suspicion and involvement on tangents. Don't! . Tliis is a day in which you can minimum. Go your sturdy declarer at Four way unaffected by pettiness or 2. Diamonds are trumps and ast leads the jack of hearts GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Especially favored now: Ad- advancement in electronics, AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) you win with the ace. Assuming day which calls for careful best defense, how do you make research, writing, pursuits, generally. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) fully, observe, but mitted to see all four hands.) meanings into Icnded. Stars NORTH A 1 0 7 5 ? 8 4 Dividends indicated from past Bood work and interest PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) be some complex situations but, Bettcr-than-ordinary with astute judgment, you can reins and drive straight, strong and with ea'gerness. Adhere to WEST * A K V 7 5 3 1 0 9 4 3 + A 6 3 2 EAST * Q 9 8 6 4 0 6 2 » Q J 2 : * 7 4 LEO (July 24 to Aug.23) and investigate where there is margin for error. Do not accept suggestions blindly. And do not expect more than is reasonable. YOU . BORN ' TODAY are highly conventional and ultra conservative; also idealistic and humanitarian in your impulses HOW COME VE 6OT TWO DIFFER 1 NT WEISHIN 1 CONTRflPTIOWS, SiLflS ? SOUTH * J 3 2 V - A K Q J l f j O A K +.Q105 VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23)' Scattered efforts will confuse -- could not only succeed, but career where you . How do you proceed to make four of . the remaining fiva tricks? 2. Ruff the heart .in down to essentials with them. service to your fellowman, such as medicine, -nursing, institutional or any other kind of wel- LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) a spade from dummy, cash the fare work. Teaching is- also' an hand' with- the fou excellent field for you but, here, it in dummy with the five. Then low club to the eight. Ruff the a club with the six and seven of diamonds and lead play the four of spades. ten of clubs to the jack. (West If West, who has only the . Challenges indicated now should 10-8 of trumps left, ruffs uplift, give you new ideas. that would allow you to discard writing -- with marked success. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Wait for needed facts before ruffs with the ten instead, you Ruff the eight of and lead the queen West, who now has dummy's last club AH OUSHTA PSRFECr 'SHORT'NW BREAD* WITHlW ' - so long that you. actually lose again have West over THey AU-LJS DO!! -owce vo' A enosr v' IS SONMA HAUWTAIE ?- THEN AH GOES IWTt "TH'OLE PIMP TREB FO'A CSNTORy CRTWO- Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Goddess of dawn 4 Insect 8 Injection 12 Word with coal or crab 13 Exchange premium 14 Tale 15 Theater buds 17 Operatic melody 18 Serling 19 Entertainer's goal 21 Stagger 24 Girl of 41 Pinch 42 Insect egg 44 Earthenware mugs 48 Risks 50 Skill 51 Cord 52 Daydream 56 Mine entrance 57 Legal wrong 58 Male gypsy 59 Interweave 60 Health resorts 61 Pronoun DOWN 1 Being 2 Absent 3 Frightens 4 Book by Thoreau 5 Mature 6 Perches 7 Poles S Celestially illuminated 9 Difficult 10 Medley 11 Athletic group 16 Decay 20 Swiss river 21 Pack firmly 22 Table spread 23 Massage 27 Hinder 29 Hygienic 30 Emerald Isle 31 Soaks up 33 Masculine name 35 Affirmative 38 Thus (L.) 40 Commences 43 Examines 45 Unit of work 46 Mollusk 47 Conceal 48 Blackbirds 49 Halt 53 Contella- tion 54 Menagerie 55 Australian bird ·THOU6HT I'D SAtHR SOM£ WILP 0RRIS 2 COULD HAVE TOLD You THEY WEREN'T RIPE YT WWAT's WITH TH BASKET? Avg. solution time: 25 min. song 25 Whole 2SGist (colloq.) 28 Ascends 32 Humble 34 Howl at 36 Edible roofstock 37 Sits for portrait 39 Thing (law) POOR 5ARE. HE'S STILL ON STAMPAKP TIME BUT OrJ PAYKMT TIME FOE LUNCH 9 Kin, Foftn. Snxiietu Int. \VH. WxH lUb n*mL Answer to yesterday's puzzle 11 s one of those nights, Donald.. .my father's pulled the plug on the TV and stuck a 'Keep out' sign on the kitchen door!" · ^^ HOW TO WRITE A GOOD MR.8UMSTEAC} WILL YOU eive ME SOMCTHMS POR MYGO1NJ COLLECTION? THAT'S AM INTERESTING. T HOBBY, ELMO WHAT KIWD OF COINS ARE YOU COLLECTING? AMV KINO THE ICE-CREAM MAM WILL, TAKE * CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAH. Readers respond more quickly and favaribly wli«a given eompletej or definite information. . . MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to teach you. Alwayi insert your telephone number or your name and address. If you do not have regular houn. give a preferred tuna to have proapeotl call you. 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