Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 10, 1974 · Page 23
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 23

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 10, 1974
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IF fW UERe 6CHW6 TO f?DN AUM. UHf PIPN'T HOD GOVPTt) GANAPA?- CAN'T 6V6N RUNAWAY RI6KT.'! 601NS TO CANADA, 8irf I UAS AFRAID I'oerr mr WITH A HOCKEf PUCK.... '#*· YOUR. UNCLE } ^ /AAti-EP YOU L. \ COCONUT, ^ HENRY' vJoHM LTMEV-- ·ty HAVE THE BOYS v/WASW THEIR HANDS.' d DINNERS READY/ / WilIDj=cyPl I WaHiyikal CON'T USE HS? GUEST TOWELS. THEV'EE FOS SHOW/ [WHAT DO WEM THE * TELL. HIM IF. YTRUTH-V HE ASKS WHAT/ ,1HAT WE : WE USED? ; »USeD THE CURTAINS/ WO "ABOUT TUlS^ APE MISS FRIL-LY · vJHffrYHE WAIKS AROUWP ftfBT tOUf.' AT WGtfT- ·i list AFTER QFF- THET-V WiP .GO-TOBEP. HIMSELF. AUP ,' . 1'PO BELIES* H0WAS MWISTUNS BET IT'S HE1? i. HEARING AlPTHftT WWSTLESJ ISTHflR EWNVTHIWe I CflN DO PER WE WHILE WO'RE LflID UP, LOWEEZV? S \AJflflL-- NOWTHflT ME MENTION n UPON A TIME rHAR WUZ THREE BEflRS ~ HOT so FAST!! }fV. THERE ARE A ^f I LIKE A HAWS.'.' FEW FORMS TO X/ HIS BREATH FILL OUT WHAT 15 HIS MIDDLE ^ ( A-STOPPIN'.'! NAME ?·. gefreR'LATE THAN hiV£f?i FAfHERl PON'T YOU. PARE- SAY ONE- THE *TOV£ AIL PAY AMP THES ALL I 66T ASS COMPLAINTS ABOUT 7H£ FOOD' MAV8E I SlAOULPA IN 6ARBASE 8U5IKE55 in? *5F LOOK AT THE NEW COAT; I BCUSHT; n THAT A HORRIBLE COAT/ I'M SOIWS TO RETURN IT AND SET THE MONEY BACK' BUT I PAIO FOE IT/ v^/l-IY SHOULP YOU GET THE; MOMEY 8A.CK? AS A PENALTY FOR SUYIWS IT IM THE FIRST PLACE BELtEVED TO BE 1300 YEARS CM), MS KOT ALIVE BV KMWING US DEAD ROOtS AMD SRAFTIK6 ON 245 NEW ROOTS Submitted bgEwery ETbbiH, Washmafcn 24 a Northwest Arkansas iliVitS, Wed,, July 10, FAYlTTtVltl-g, ARKANS«» nnniininri w THE 'CRYING ANGEL A STATUE IN THE PARISH' CHURCH OF FIWENBERS ON" · THE EfWS,AUSTRIA, WAS · CREATED BY THE SCULPTOR, ; ~ STAMMEUWttO HAD HIS MODEL : ASSUME THE PROPER-EXPRESSK3M LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D Swallowing Problems Diagnosed By X-Rays Biiiaiiniiiiiii»^^ g$$H IS ONE OF THE RAREST OFAU.SHB ONtYTWO FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope , Sometimes when eating an ordinary meal I find it difficult to swallow. In fact, I must even take water to be sure that the food goes down. .What is my problem? Mr. T.W.B., Calif. Dear Mr. B.: I think your greatest problem is that you have not done anything about your difficulty in swallowing. You should consult your physician. This is the obvious way to start solving your problem. Difficulty in swallowing is a frequent complaint. To many it can become frightening. DELICATE TUBE When food leaves .the moull it passes through the esophagus which leads directly irilo the stomach. This delicately lined ube can be affected by infec ions, inflammations, injuries umors, pockets (diverliculae; and hiatus hernia. Of course, any trcatmen based on'the determi lation of its exact cause, Spe cial studies by X-ray can deter mine the specific . reason fo difficulty in swallowing. I am confused. My husban niininiiiiiiiiinieiuniiiiiiiitniiuiniiinnuiiniin Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR THURS., JULY 11 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some complex-situations indicated, but don't be anxious. Your innate competence and proficiency in · handling the unforeseen should see you through. Just be prepared to "expect the unexpected." TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You can cope! You will, of you remember that discretion is valor's better part, andif you emphasize your innate graciousness and understanding. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Pitch into activities with verve, confidence, your usua! know-how. If new propositions are made, however, give them careful study. Don't be caught off guard -by surface glitter. CANCER (June 22 to-July 23) Routine, the things you planned and expected would run "just so" may suffer a setbacl Take in stride, however, am go on to something else unti clouds,lift and you get a bettei perspective. · ." LEO July 24 to Aug. 23). You need not be spectacular or showy in any way to attract or solidify gains. You may. even receive more than you give Good Solar influences! VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 33) Keep everything ship-shape .est things get out of hand through inattention. Experience should teach -- not discourage Your best efforts will net satis fying reward. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Take precautions in writ and verbal agreements . ani scrutinize all situations care fully. You could discover hither to unrecognized benefits..: SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) It will be important to :pu forth best efforts ' now. -Don' as been told that he has a 'tennis elbow" which account*., or his pain. He does not play i ennis. "···.'·' · '· Mrs. N.A., Wis; Dear Mrs. A.: _ Tennis elbow" is a bursitii " inflammation of the p'rateo-,*: iv'e sac in the elbow. Such bursae! are present t«. : nake joints movable.: - . :. The stress' a n d ; strain, of- · ennis is the most frequent rea-. son for the pain and limitation of motion of the elbow. This is now the name, originated. Any other type of continued njury can produce the : same symptoms. . Some occupations can be responsible for similar injuries. MAY BE GOUT Unsuspected gout. may b» another reason for the distress, you describe. A simple test foe ,_ the possibility .of high uric acicfc in the blood can rule out gout. ;;·;- The treatment for tennis-^, elbow is very effective. , Witli "£, rest, injections of cortisone andS a wide variety of other drugs^S each individually chosen fot»' specific cases, the relief is graSi: tifying. g" v ake gains or recognition for ranted. Day has plenty of po ential, but needs your coopera on. ' . AGITTARIliS (Nov. 23 to Dec 1 , ' - . - · · . . Be especially careful in per onal matters, how you projec pur aims, desires. Act with jscretion, perceptively. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) ' : Work for top gains but do rat .expect them immediately. Be concise: in arrangements, tipulations, 'speech. Narrow the margin for error. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You will probably be called upon to help persons with over- timulated eihotiohs, to assuage lurt feelings. Be your under- tanding'self. 3 ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Manageability must be your leyword now -- especially in areas where divergent opinions may be encountered. A day calling for your innate poise. YOU BORN TODAY: Unlike most persons born under your Sign, you have an extremely outgoing nature and love the .imelight; The stage, therefore, s a natural'Outlet'for the expression, of "your personality, fowever, there are other fields n which this characteristic could be an outstanding asset, notably in the legal profession, which could lead to politics or the lecture platform or, if you have a religious bent, as many Cancerians have, you coluld be a -most eloquent clergyman. Highly articulate, you could also succeed as a writer or teacher. If business attracts you, merchandising would be your best bet. Traits to curb: Jealously and excessive Birthdale of: John Quincy Adams. 6th Pres., U.S.A., John Wannamaker, Amer. Merchants; Yul Brynner, actor. B. JAY BECKER Jorth dealer. 3oth sides vulnerable. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) WEST » 10 9 4 2 * 10 986 + 7 5 4 3 NORTH 4 A K Q 7 3 2 V A 8 7 5 · 5.43 *-- EAST *J1098 * K J 6 3 * K Q 7 *62 SOUTH 4 6 4 »Q » A J 2 + A K Q J 1 0 9 8 The bidding: North East 1 * Pass 5 V Pass. South 4 NT 7NT West Pass Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer Opening lead - ten of dia monds. It did not take us long a the club to learn that Sylvia had a one-track mind. Once sh got an idea into her head abbu how a hand should be played this idea would · complete!; dominate her thinking. Usuall: she'd.follow v. to what seemei to her the logical conclusion though frequently this logi would completely escape th other players -- especially he partner. ACROSS 1 Royal ar Said 5 Pronoun 8 Minor prophet 12 Hebrew measure 13 Except U Desert 15 Canadian province 17 Soon 18 Show 19 Fight 21 Engrave with acid 24 Through 25 Denomination 28 Rant 30 Devour 33 Philippine volcano M Flavor 25 Turkish officer 36 Sesame 37 Early shepherd 38,Dolt 3S German city 41 Cruel tyrant 43 Hosts 46 Custom 50 Saxhorn 51 City in Ontario 54 Norse god 55 Mr. Gershwin 56 Jacket or collar 57 Wampum 58 Gratuity 59 African river DOWN 1 Pageantry 2 Bradley 3 Western' city 4 Three- legged stand S A K w a language 6 Small cade 7 Sharp pain 8 Size of type" 9 Canadian ' city 10 Ancient Greefc. coin U Without (U) Avg. solution time: 28 min. Answer to yesterday 1 * pozxle. M Asian festival 28 A mimic 22 Crustacean 23 Asylum 25 Perched 28 Lamp · ornament 27Canada- tl.S. river 29 Rodent 31 Past 32 Small child 34 Identical 38 Pet lamb 40Tael 42Sarouk, for one 43 Above 44 Rough 45 To caper ffUosorted wheaten flour 48 Hired hoodlum 49 Sicilian dty 52 BibBcal name S Forty . winks ia reached seven, nolrump;- fler using Blackwpod and- earning that her : partner had wo aces. West led a- diamond ' nd Sylvia won East's quesri' lilh the ace. . ' '' Sylvia recognized at onca that iic contract could be made pnlv '. the spades were divided · avorably and, having absorbed nii fact, she ran her clubs. After she had played, five of hem, this become the position:: North A A K Q 7 J 2 V A. -, Bast * J » 9 8 , » K J *K -:· West *5 V 1 0 9 4 2 · 98 Soutt *64 » J 2 + 9 8 Sylvia cashed the nine of clubs and -- consistent with her · firm belief thai the spades had,to come home for the grand slam to be made -- discarded successfully. Whatever' he-, the ace of hearts from dummyfc- East thereupon discarded th'a; jack of hearts but, when Sylvia then led the eight of clubs, lie found it impossible to discard, played, Sylvia was sure to scora the rest of the tricks. Oddly enough, failed io discard had Sylvia the ace of Consider this hand where Syl- slam! hearts, she would have found it impossible io make the grand PONYTAtL "I hope it's a broken part, because I'm going to need it ; to my father!" ; HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Headeri resnond more aulclcly »niJ favorably when given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for tlie reader-prospect to reach you. .Alwiya · insert your telep'hono number or your name and address. H you do not have regular hours, give a preferred time to have prospect* . eau you. . . . . . . PLACE YOURSELF In the reader's position and ask yourseU what you would like to know (about your o«er). The answer you , (ive will make a good Classified ad, WANT ADS THAT FATi to bring satisfaction do to, not through any lack of readership, but because they do not contain enough information to get prompt action. . · THE GREATEST HEADER ATTENTION can b« lecured for your advertisement by ordering consecutive insertions. You can ifop your ' «d In the event of results and then pny only lor the day» It wa» published. There art also very special rates for thos* who *r*

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