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July 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 18, 1974
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I/I econnaissance. 1 procedures. (WUfttxrlS} ARTIFICIAL CURLS , FOB THAT NEW LOOK* " AUSO, SHE'LL MOW THE LAWN. I GET I2O MILES TO THE SAUON ON WHAT DV\ DRIVING NOW.' IN, LOOKING YJ SOUVE OCUAE FDR A CAR/TO THE RIGHT THAT GET5V~r PLACE/ UWGAS MILEAGE. SUS-CCMPACT AV30EL IT GETS 3O MILES ID THE GALLON. I CAM CH6CK ffit ^ RECORDS... AH.. HERE we ARE. REHTED rr LAST TO A BURBA HERE V I DON'TWANT TO R6NT YOUARE.l tr.l'MA PRIVATE 1 A L INVESTIGATOR. DAY. CAM WU TELt ME WHO REHTED IT LWELY? V CHAV1CE, DO YOU\ HAVE AN APE 01? 1 GORIILA COSTUME? / AFTB!AU.7MS TIM?. I SEEN THEIR CLOTHES . LIN6 6LVINEV flN 1 LUKEV ARE |BflCK FROM THEIR VflCRTIONTJ KNOW? NNTH'FLflTLflNDS.PflW WHILS yo'is cpgariN' owe o' Yoxe: wowpeRS, GOULD we HAVE A TO CHAW ON 9 BRUH SCWEfHIN' TO DON'T WORRY AR3UT IT/ --.TOMORROW FIWO OUT WHAT D01NS WRDWS WrTH TM6 01SCUITS THE P0TATOSS AR6 ALMOST RAW AND ·r. BURNP THE M6AT.' SRAVY IS AU, eur TH BISCUITS AND FLUPFY REALL/? t-lOW YOU AK6W£R HIM? THE SENERAL WANT A CRITIQUE OF TMe FIELD Me LEP TODAV UNDER YOUR NAME YES DEAR-I USE THEM WHEN I WAKE MY SUPER-DOOPERS THEVHOLO7HESAWDW1CH TOSETNER NOW IKMOW WHY n THAT LAST SWEATER I KNITTED ALWAYS SWELLED UKESAR0IWES DASWOOD-ARE THOSE M\ KNITT/MG NEEDLES r YOU'RE STKKWG W , YOUR SANCWIOi? , I ,20 · Nerlhvml Arimnio* TIMK, Thur.., July FAYITTIVIUH. A»K»MI«1 , __ TRUMPETER PtOEOM . FOUND IN . _ TURKESTAN, HAS A'ClOSE-f miNS CAP OF fEflTHERS, WHICH MAKES IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE BIRD TO SEE 'IN ANY DIRECTION BUT DOWNWARD iiniuniniiiiiininniiii nn MiimiiniiiiiiwiiiiirattiBimiiiiiiiTMTM '""""""'"'fSJf 111 ' LESTER L COLEMAN, M.D Neighbors Not Able To Make Diagnosis PAL r Huio A 15-YEAR-OLD DANISH BOV SCOUT, GOT TO BEAT JULES VERNE'S . AROUND THE WORLD IN so DAYS;' BOULDER W RfWDUTE FflRK, flRIZON/VWEISHINS- THOUSrWSOFTONS ON A TINY BASE I am 63-years-old (retired). Sometimes I suddenly feel that I am passing out. I can't take a deep breath.. I become lightheaded and feel a numb sensation over my body. Everyone says it's "all nerves." These sensations make me nervous, but I don't believe that nerves alone are the cause. Mrs. J.A.M., N.J. Dear Mr. M.: I don't know who the authorilive "everyone" is, bul surely no' physician would dismiss the symptoms you describe by casually saying "It's all nerves." As you know, I do not become involved in speculation aboul symptoms because symptoms oi different resemble conditions each other often When a person must hava pper G.I. X-rays every y e a r or P.A. can it affect his eneral health? Mr. F.A.J.,'Mich; Der Mr. J.: I assume that you mean X- ays of the esophagus for )ernicioiis anemia. .Many people become anxious !\en about repeated X-ray itudies of the lungs or the teeth. SiVfALL DOSES You may be sure that the requency of the X-ray studies n o t hazardous to general FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRL, JULY 19 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You must recognize your limitations, of course, but do strive to widen your boundaries, broaden your horizons. Your imagination at a peak now. · AURUS (Apr; 21 to May 21) A fine outlook. Avoid the un- onventional, hasty or erratic, owever. You have real oppor- unity to. achieve; don't spoil through indifference or spora- ic effort. EMINI (May 22 to June 21) appropriate time for Make sure ol Review prece- ents and experiences of others r enlightenment. ANGER (June 22 to July 23) Some spectacular situations re indicated, but certain dull" matters will require ttenlion nontheless. Attack ith determination a n d ealistic point of view. EO ((July 24 to Aug. 23) This could be a livelier day anticipated, but you can leet all situations with nd agility. Romance favored. IRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) A top performance needs onlj bur good management and wil ower -- rarely found wanting the Virgoan. Don't waste me on nonessentials and ciove all, don't underestimate linor gains. IBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 231 A more or Jess routine day. ut some slightly unconven- and 'off-beat activities uring the evening hours couk e fun. CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Y o u r innate aggressiveness nd self-will could be liabilitie: now.- Certain associates will iversensitive; will resent inter- e'rence of any kind. 1AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dee. 2 1 ) . . ' Jupiter restrictions lift. A 'avorable report now gives you the "green light" to go ahead with important plans, decisions. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) ' . A good day for dealing with superiors, with person in authority generally. Any or all should be receptive to your ideas. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) -Stimulating influences now heighten your ambitions and energies, but don't overtax your energies. Delegate some Work to associates. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Your intuition is one of the strongest in the zodiacal spec : truhi. If yo.u get a hunch now, act on it. Stars are on your side. YOU BORN TODAY are highly endowed intellectually and should .make every effort to obtain 'the best education possible so as to make the best use of your fine brain. You have ·- stronger qualities of leadership than most Cancerians and, if you choose business as a career, would make a topflight executive -- especially in readers can become confused. JUST A GUESS Were I listening to your storj as your doctor I would be tempted to think in terms o liypoglycemia (low blood sugar' as a cause. Of course, this is a suess It has no validity in terms o your -problem. Why, then, d I I do so to emphasizi that .neither .my guess as : doctor or that, of your friend can possibly substitute for tb reliable opinion - of your ow: physician after a thoroug examination. ' T h e emotions can b responsible for a great man c o n d i t i o n s a n d doctor recognize their importance . the interpretation of all physica roblcms. Yet the diagnosis of nerves" is never made until thorough examination com- lelely rules out physical actors. health, are Small doses .of X-rays well ' controlled and shielded that repeated X-ray3 are not dangerous under the guidance o f : doctors and specialists in radiology. Speaking of your health..; More than 500 people a year are killed through accidental 'alls from open windows. Despite extensive educational campaigns, simple lite-saving devices are still overlooked. Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and" while ha cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use questions in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters to Dr. Coleman in care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. manufacturing. Other fields suited to your talents: Medicine, nursing, the law, literature, research . geology,- and i n v e n t i o n . Whichever y o u choose as a career, however, you are almost bound to. succeed financially, for .those governed by this Sign are born moneymakers. Birthdate of: Samuel Colt, inventor of firearms. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Mtnter*' Individual Championship Play) West dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * A K 8 3 » 7 * K 9 6 4 * A 6 5 2 WEST EAST *Q7 ' 4 1 0 9 6 5 4 V K 1 0 4 ¥ 9 5 2 4 A Q J 8 3 2 »10 * J 9 +10 8 4 S SOUTH * J 2 V A Q J 8 6 3 4 7 5 + K Q 7 The bidding: Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS I Glided 5 Equip 8 Thick slice 12 Cavity B Constellation 14 Sheltered nook 15 Matures 16 Boy Scout gathering 18 Citizen of Nogales 20 Sluggish 21 College cheer· 22 Charge 23 Renovate 26 Small bouquet 30 Lyric poem 31 Car ton '32 In what manner 33 Base of ointments 3$ American general 38 Fodder 39 Common value 40.Devil 43 Moslem of the Crusades 47 Components 49 Variety of omber 50 Solitary 51 Erode 52 Large lake 53 Permits 54 Stain 55 Distribute DOWN 1 Counterfeit 2 Theater section 3 Holly tree 4 Wish 5 Indian prince 6 Persia' 7 School of whales 8 Tea cakes 9 Learning lOAffirm " '11 Vegetable 17 Coffin 19 Raven's cry 22 Cunning animal Avg. solution time: 23 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 23 Steal 24 Netherlands commune 25 Born 26 American painter 27 Exclam- tion 28 Supreme Being 29 Female sheep 31 Howl at 34 Disgraces 35 Diminish 36 Deface 37 Expunged 39 Glue 40 Vend 41 Medicinal plant 42 Camping need 43 Remain 44 Center 49 Charles Lamb 46 Christmas 48 Male .. nickname Wegt 1* Pass North 1* 2 NT East Pass Pass South 2 V 4 V Opening lead - ace of diamonds.. Let's assume you're in four learts and West leads the ace of diamonds followed by the queen. Whn you play the king East ruffs iwilh the five am returns a low club. You win in dummy with the ace and return a trump, Eas' playing the deuce. It migh' seem proper to finesse the queen, but if : y o u ' w e r to do his you would soon have cause o regret it. West takes the queen with th king and returns a low diamond, rutfed by East with ':he nine. You .overruff with the ack and'lead the ace, but East shows out and you have to concede another t r u m p trick to iVest for down one. In retrospect, it is easy to see that taking th trump 'inesse is an error. The bidding lad already marked West with :lic king of hearts.sinco he :ould not very well have opened the bidding iwthout that card. To attempt a finesse that is therefore doomed to fail, and lo subject yourself at'the same time to ho deadly peril of an uppercut by East on the next diam'onrt lead, is surely asking for tourble. The right play is to go up with the ace at trick four and return the queen, which deals adequately with a n y ' sensible trump division. In the actual hand, your only losers would turn out to be a diamond, a diamond ruff and a trump. The hand illustrates the oft- recurring principle that some finesses are strictly for the birds. When there is nothing to be gained by attempting a finesse, and only something to be lost, it is obviously better to reject the finesse. 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