Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 23, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 23, 1974
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CMSORRfMW CHPN'T HAVE A 60OOTIME AT THE PAfttV, BB BROTHER 1VV k'Lt'tX 1 Vfc.U fVU., W I WAS THE ONE WHO HURT FENDER IN A PARKINS LOT! IT WAS THE BACK OF WR REALLY jW SHIRT? IT LOOKS WR FEELINGS AT THE PART/., PLEASE CALL ME ..762-fc4l«r MOAV. I'M IN THE TUB lerVEHiAMoowAns A MONTH, A HIGH iKXTAGBMftSSAGE EVERy SIX MONTHS, AOJARTOF01L.-K WHA 1GIVEHIM A BONUS . EVEKV WHATS CHRISTMAS.' VOUW3SK THATS ROBOT SIXTEEN " UNCA HOURSACAY.J LUDWISJ OFUNCA SCROOGE.' GET SMART, STUPID. 1 OFF/ LOOK, BABY/ WE'RE BROKE. OLD TREASURE WOULPSUKE COME'W HANDY. Ifff OFFTHE LIQUOR, . AUNT MINNIE'S HIRED A PRIVATE BYE. HE'S ASKING ABOUT YOUR SCARING HE* WITH THAT STUP1PAPB COSTUME. BUT HSR STORY ABOUT AN WE' IN HER HOUSE MAKES THE COPS THINK SHE'S BAL-IW. WATCH VORE TONGUE, WOMAN!.' DADBURN VAIUTHLESS OL 1 CRANK!! BALLS O'FIRE" TH 1 HflNDLE CLBftNOFF TH'lCeCRCftM CHURNER ffR LAST NI6HT I DIDMT THINK 1'P AMVTWIN6 o COUMT/ I WAS TRVIN6 TO MY HlANP I 0J655 I SOT IMTX FOP THE WORK DBTAlU IF MO I7AI5E YOUR MANP THE FEMALE CHEETAH 1 S THE FASTEST ANIMAL- IS! THE WORLD SHE RUNS AROUND THE JUNGLE AT SPEEDS UP TO SIXTY MILES AM HOUR SHE COULD PROBABLY RUM EVEN FASTER, IF SHE HAD SOMEPLACE TO SO.' BLONDE, HERE'S SOMETHIMS THAT'S HARD ,,/ TO BELIEVE (Northwert Arkansas TIMES, Tues., July 23, 1974 · 9 FAYITTIVILtl, ARKAHtAl niiinniniuiiiiiHnnniin LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Bursitis In Buttocks Not .aughing Matter . .ATHEDRftLoFTARKACONA 5pjin,OH WHICH ffiMSTRUCTION WflS STARTED M THE Uth CENTURy /i? 37/i/ UNFMlSHfD SOME epo Y£AKSiflTfK. WAS A UN IT OF MEASUREMENT IN INDIA FOR 2000 YEWS- 1 JT REPRESENTED THEtHSMNCEAT WHICH THE SOUND COULD BE HEARD .SEWSEANT FAUSTIN WIKKUS OF THE US. MARINE Q3RPS, WAS CROWNED KINS OF LA GONAVE - l ISLAND-WHICH I S PAKT Of- XAITI FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope My friends Ihink it's laugh-, able because I have severe pain in by bollocks when I sit down. DOWN. I can't make Ihem believe that I'm not tooling. I don't iiave to tell you the comments I have to endure. Mr. W.'D., N.J. Dear Mr. D.: The jokes, comments and puns are limitless wlien there is a complaint In this area However, those who have had this problem don't think it Is funny. There is a very special type of bursilis in the bollocks lha is responsible for sharp shool ing pain that interferes will rest, sleep and daily activity Slttins almost makes it worse PICK HARD CHAHl Strangely, sitting in a bar. chair is more comfortable tha silting on a soft pillow. Dr. Roy Swartout. of Califo nia, had this not-so-laughabl condition and studied the pro blem in an effort to find som relief. He believes that a fe' days of absolute rest in foci drugs and cortisone, will releh the swelling of the special is chiogluteal bursa resppnsibl for this excrutiathiK pain. Look in the section in whi.:h your 'birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according to the stars. FOR WED., JULY Z1 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20 An analytical look at your position may.indicate some new avenues to pursue. Keep an easy yet alert eye on future moves, possibilities for making new contacts. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21 Venus not too auspicious. This means more concentrated ef 'ort, perhaps a readjustment ol your schedule, the better to suil changing requirements. " "~ (May 22 to June 21 g GEMINI Emphasize -your resourcefu ness and sense of responsibilils now. It will pay off in the days ahead. Do not let down in cflor until deals are satisfactoril concluded. CANCER (June 22 to July 23 This is no time for "givin, up" -- especially if the projsc or task is really worth second, even a third try. You ability to persist is the answer. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23 The importance you attach t some things may have to b shifted to more pcrtinen matters, but -there are time when certain essentials mus supersede immediate desires. VIRGO (Aug. 24 lo Sept. 23 Opponents to your plans or policies may have a point two. Try for clarification. Man differences can be avoided. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 Dogged persistence will b day's need; also, the fortituc not to break your stvic hesitatingly when obstacle new problems appear. Use tha bright mind of yours! SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 Curb a tendency tow?/ lethargy since your Stella influences promise tine achiev Other conditions, like sciatica nd radiating low back pain( re different from this type of ursitis. Years ago, out at the farm, ·c heard a groat deal about richinbsis. It seems like tha ondition lias disappeared. Does smean pork is less dange- ous than it used to be? ,Mr.' Dear Mr .E.: Fortunately, trichinosis oc- urs less frequently now be cause people have been educat- -d to cook porlk throughly. Every once in a while cases are reported of this serious condition when undercooked pork s eaten. PROPER TIME Be sure to consult a good cookbook to determine the proper temperature and length of time required to prepare the various cuts of pork. Ths will insure that t h e parasite that cause trichnosis. if present, is completely destroyed. S p e a k i n g o f y o u r health...Medicine disguised as candy is dangerous in the prying hands of children. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * A 1 0 7 V Q 3 * A Q 1 0 * J 1 0 8 7 5 lent. The Scorpio-born is arely lax, but such inclinations revail now. AG1TTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec Your ability to wealhei stormy" .periods will be real help now. You may run nto some opposition, some nexpected situations, but even- ual returns will be worth ighting [or. :APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0 Stress your foresightedness in North Dealer, irder to prevent witless errors. 5on't leap at ideas or suggcv iqns made by those who could nislead through a pleasing liner. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 Wait for cues before launching any new project. If nol on guard, you could get into difficult situations 01 needless complications. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20 N e p t u n e , i n excellent lositions, puts your native "ntuition and perceptiveness at a peak. A time in which !o spread your wings a bit -- if ,ime and obligations permit. YOU BORN TODAY, though Leoite, possess some of the ;raits from the now descendant lancer -- notably your serious attitude toward life, your Himanilarian impulses and deep-rooted idealism. From the ascending Leo, you are given tremendous courage and a gift of leadership -- the latter an invaluable asset in business, Dolitics and statesmanship. Both Signs endow you with versatility, imagination and a great love of color and desiqn. Fields suited to your talents; Literature, journalism, the state, painting, science, the law and finance. Traits lo euro: Excessive pride and a tendency to try to dominate othe^. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) WEST * K S 5 3 V 7 2 4 9 6 1 3 2 + Q B EAST * J G V K J 8 6 S 4 · 8 7 + A 4 3 SOUTH * Q 8 4 2 V A N ) 9 * K J 5 + K 9 2 The bidding: North 14* 3NT East 1 V South 2 NT West Pass Crossword By Eugene Shaffer Opening lead - seven hearts. Assume you're in three no ;rump and West leads a heart When you play low from dum my, East produces the jack and now to make the contract yon must let the jack win thi trick! This is not a terribly difficul play, considering the bidding since you can make two hear tricks whether or not you wi: ACROSS 1 Bacardi 4 Shore bird 8 Song: comb, form 12 Miscellany 13 Vessel for heating 14 Jai -15 Lacerating 17 Domestic pigeons 18 Prepare coffee 19 Diacritical mark 20 Follower of Zeno 22 Jill's burden 24 Part of ship 25 Common- law writ 29 Fourth caliph 30 High home 31 Abbr. on map. 32 Overseers 34 The dill 35 Paris, for one 36 Regions 37 Kind of swindle 40 Genus of cetaceans 41 Tree of Morocco 42 Injunctions 46 The Elephant Boy 47 Stimulate 48 High note 49 Otherwise 50 Letters 51 Equip DOWN 1 Aries 2 Spenser's, lovely lady . 3 Musical instrument 4 Remnant 5 On tiptoe 6 Hostel 7 Loiter 8 Philippine seaport 9 Jewish month 10 Disembark 11 French river 16 Grating Avg. solution time: 23 miu. Answer to yesterday's puzzle, 19 Surge 20 Deceit 21 Weight in India 22 Ward o!f 23 Birds 25 Track event 26 Voracious shark 27 Layer o£ the iris 28 Hardens 30 Exchange premium 33 Redound 34 Diva's forte 36 Mountain chain 37 Low 38 Russian river 39 Seizes 40 English clergyman author 42 Vilest part 43 Land measure 44 Hebrew priest 45 Droop the opening lead. If you take the jack with lha ace, cross to dummy with a diamond, and finesse the jack f clubs, West wins with th« uecn. plays a heart to tha ing, and East's heart conlinua- on puts you out of commis- ion. This unhappy outcome is avoided if you duck the jack if hearts. Now let's change seats and magine you're East denuding against three notrump. \Vr--i jartner leads the seven learts and dummy follows I your proper play is the eignt, not the jack! If you' play the eight. South must go down whatever he does next. He presumably enters dummy with a diamond and .ries a club finesse, but West .akcs the queen and returns a icart to force out declarer's ace. The ace cf clubs eventually provides the entry card you iced to cash the hearts. By allowing South to win the neart lead with the nine, you maintain a vital link with west, since he still has a heart to return whenever he enters the fray with a club. The duck is crucial and eventually pays off.- Note that declarer fails even if he plays Ihe queen of hearts at trick one. In that case all you have lo do is resist tha impulse to cover with the king, which would allow declarer to duck. Instead you play the eight on the queen and south later runs into the same dead end. 40 "How lucky can I get, Norman? Of all the girls in town, you chose ME to watch baseball withl" ·M3 HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Headers respond more quickly and favorably when given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY lor the reader-prospect to reach you. Alvrayi insert your telephone number or your name ana address. Ji you do not have regular hours, give a preferred time to have prospect* call you. PLACE YOURSELF In Hie reader's position an* ask yourself what you would like to know (about your offer). Th« answer you give will m.ike a good Classified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring satisfaction do so, not through any lack of readership, but because they do not contain enougn information to get prompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION cnn be secured for your advertisement hy ordering consecutive insert ons. Yoii can stop your art in Ihe event of results and then pay only for the days it was published. Trie« »r« alio very special rales for those who ar«

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