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A PACE ' FORMED Y TWICE WRITING- IN ARABIC, THE NAMES--. i"TM""/ANOTHgt REMEMKRTHAr TEST UK HAP . IN Alt AW UFE, I'VE NEVER BKEEZEP THROUGH UoHH LlMEV -- 1-30 WE FOUND THSWHKE OOWNTHW OLD HOUSE. MWisrr? BUCKEV'5 ,-J SWIHQING! HOW IFNI.YX CDUUJS6F COUSIN FANNV JANE U IT SHORE IS NICE OF VE TO COME fill. W WAV OUeR FROMTVUIW FORKS TO WS1T WÂ»FM6 STAY PER SUPPER CATHEDRAL OF SI ISAAC IN lENIHfiRAU WAS ORlGNftLLY CONSTRUCTED'Of WOOD, LATER REBUILT WITH.STONE, BUILT A6AIN OF MARBLE MB FIHAU.Y RCCON- OFBRKK NorthwMt Arkaiwa. TIMES, TUM., July 30, 1974 f AVITTIvi LLÂ», *BKAMIAÂ» LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Starting New Family At 36 No Problem OiSlllilllflllllllWIIIIIIWWIIHWMM My husband and I each have _ child by a previous marriage. I am 36-years-old and would like to have a child of our own. He feels it is so dangerous that he avoids any discussion of it. Do you agree with this? AU#* HASSAN . tribe, "sviAPnca, STILL WEAR THE ^VICTORIAN ATTIRE THEY CORED fROM THE WIVES Of MISSIONARIES -HMCH f/RSr/MPKSSSfp THEM 134- YEARS AGO ar-ur *i ~ - * -- Tiiiii^im.iit A.N., J.J. Dear Mrs. N.: There are two aspects to your problem that are obvious to me. The first is the possibility that your husband- avoids any discussion because he may not be enthusiastic about the idea of having another child. It may be that he is using the possibility of danger as a subtle way of not admitting his real feelings. iiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiininiioiinMiiniii^ FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope The second is that a woman of your age who "is in good health need not feel threatenec by any special dangers in giving birth to another baby The fact that you already have had one-minimizes the hazards There need be'no guesswork about safety. A physical exami nation by your doctor-or .'gyne cologist will answer any fears either one of you may ha about a possible pregnancy. A discussion with your docto may also reveal hidden anxie ties that your husband have about the start of a family" at his age. Look in the section in :which | your birthday comes'and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR WED., JULY 31 AHIES (Mar, 21 to Apr. 20) Personal relationships under something of a cloud. Stress diplomacy. A high-handed attitude will only make you unpopular. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You hould receive information which clarifies a financial situation. It may not be all you hoped for, but at least it will help you to proceed in a profitable manner. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Don't let speculation rumors and idle _ t cause .you to become anxious and (or) indecisive. Carry out your plarts as scheduled. Things should turn out well. CANCER (June 22 to July ^3) Ul Z THE WORLK MDSr POPULAR DRINK IS-- WHOLUy OWWSD | A. RAVBM NUTL6VM HIS ANNUAL BRAIN CHECK-UP fJEVSM-S THAT HIS THINKINS PROCESSES AK'S NORMAL UNTIL. HE? sees AfWHMe Â· LIKE A FSMTHEK II -- I I I I. I fT THEN HE GOffS WiU!!! A fine day for advancement along lines important to you. Don't veer off on tangents, however, or good effort will be wasted. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Agbod period for finalizing agreements. Some unusual background activity will provide the spark that hurries matters through more quickly than expected. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Keep plans flexible: changing situations could make revisior necessary. Tn the persona' side: Romance and travel lighly favored. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Forethought must be day's watchword. Make no important decisions and sign no agree menls without careful delibera tion. Some misleading influen ces. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) going along with your associates, you can further your plans as well. It's a day may Our two-year old son i yed. I notice (his when he ij ired- Do children outgrow this! At what age should he bÂ» examined by a specialist? ; Mrs. G.B., MonK Dear Mrs. B.: ', The age at which * child ihould be examined for any un; usual problem is at the titna ,he parents first recognize it. ; Newborn children very often seem to have crossed eyej ecau,se they have not deve"- oned full coordination. T h i s quickly disappears. i But a two-year-old child should be examined to determine the cause, and a way of c o r r e c t i n g t h e problem. Delaying medical attention in the hope that the child will outgrow the condition is wishful thinking, but poor medicine. ^ There are many technique! for correcting w e a k musclesi Special exercises and corrective lenses are helpful. Also, visual training techniques can strengthen weak muscles. Surgery choice when the method of all other techniques have been tried. It ij most important that young children have the problem of cross-eyes corrected before they are embarrassed by playmates. vhen teamwork will pay satis- ying dividends. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 1) How you relate to others will )e especially important now. Be particularly alert in communication with those who are mportant to your interests. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 to Jan. 20) ' A -time for definitely! clari- ying your objectives'. Get'toge- .her with those who share your nteresUs and, between you, work out a clear and concise program of action. .. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 .'to Feb. 19) Some restrictions where personal relationships are conc e r n e d . In mid-morning, avoid discussions which could upset associates. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You may have, to make some concessions in a family matter, but the end results with be worthwhile. Expect some good lews in the p.m. , YOU BORN TODAY are an extremely independent individual, self-reliant and unbelievably courageous in the face of obstacles of adversity. You are pragmatic and usually acquire money easily -- but spend it just as easily. Your versatility B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Master*' Individual Championship Play South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NOKTH Â·Â»'107* V 9 7 2 *AQ wtasr enables almost you any to succeed at field of "your choosing, but you could proh ably reach your highest'levels of attainment the field of law which, in your case, almost inevitably, would lead to politics, statesmanship or the diplomatic world. You are also suited to other occupations which brings you into contact with the public such as salesmanship, public relations or the theater. No matter what career you elect to Follow, however, do take up one of the arts, such as music or painting, as an avocation. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer K 5 4 *8 * 9 8 5 S 2 EAST 4 9 8 6 3 2 V J 1 0 8 6 t iTrr * J Â» 7 4 SOUTH *A Â¥ A Q 3 4 K J 9 7 S . 4 2 * K 6 The bidding: Sootii West East North 3* 4 NT Pass 5V Pass 5 NT Pass 6+ Pass 6* Opening lead - king of spades. It is surely unwise to rely on a finesse offering a 50 per cent chance of success when an alternative method of play offers a 100 per cent chance of success. This vital principle governs the play of many hands, '.here depends on the circumstances; Take this deal where the slam, seems to rest on the locatio'n of the king of hearts. Declarer can play a heart to the queen and make the hand if/East has he king. His only loser would e a heart. T But if West has the king. relying on the finesse is fatal ecause declarer will ultimately ose two heart tricks instead A one. d . : The possibility Â»f going down relying on, a' finesse is evi- lent as soon as dummy appears. So, by applying the principle stated above, South starts o think in terms of avoiding the heart finesse. , : He can tell from the king of sparies lead that West has the queen. Declarer 'doesn't know ?et where the jack is located, iut he can see that if West las it the slam is ice-cold. Pursuing this line of thought, South wins the spade with tlie ace, enters dummy with "a trump, and ruffs a spade. He then cashes the Q-A of clubs and plays the ten of spades, discarding a heart after East follows low. West wins but is helpless. He must lead a heart or yield a ruff-discard, either of which hands South the slam. If East has the jack of spades and plays it on the ten, South Ill Â£ a TS-WNKS fOK Cf M1MS AWOTHSR .. OPINION ON THIS : WÂ£NT AHEAD 6UT -X TWINK DIAGNOSIS JS COJ?RÂ£CT ^mS2 7-30 ~,k NINWRON 5HOULP 6T tf3U DM THE 6R66N FROM HKE VYM-/ PIP DO IT? WHAT A WAV TO ACROSS 1 Flatfish 4 Declare 8 Culture medium 12 Slender finial 13 Musical bit 14 Capital of Latvia 15 Lively Spanish dance 17 Curved molding 18 Compact 19 Aries 21 Honey 23 Turkish hospice 26 Greek island 29EneIdsmte on farm SO Pronoun 31 Golf club 38 Chinese tea 33 Heal 34 Latvian can 35 Disease of sheep 38 Nerve? 97 King of OR fairies 39 Enemy 40 Hebrew . priest a Blaring 45AmaIekite ' Mng 48 An empty boaster 50 Girl's name 51 Noun suffix 53 Sea bird 53 Mournful sound 54 Comedienne Martha 55 Black or Bed HI I W. t Â·HOLOON, \ OAQVvOOP-} HERE, DAISY- YOU TALK TO DADDY ) FORAMINUTS } ^ fegL I DONY KMOW HOW. TO KEEP UP MY ENO OP 1 THE CONVERSATION 16 Famous friend 20 One of the Little Women 23 Rake 24 French river 25 Journey by oxcart 2$ Farm buliaing 27 Semite 28 Speck .29 Haggard novel 38 Pine tree 33 Lobster's daw 35 Mountain pass 36 Beverage 38 Lear's daughter 39 Whim 42 War god 43 English philosopher 44 Sicilian town 45 Fortify 46 Sticky mess 47 Neat -- pin Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 49 Miscellany DOWN 1 Skillful 2 Armadillo STwining stem 4 Marbles 5 Chemical resin 6 Ovum 7 Famous musical hit 8 Fragrance Slight carriage 10 Time of life 11 Scottish explorer Avg. notation time: 24 min. 2 18 26 34 37T 46 '48 23 ZZ 20 3i 17 3O 42 55 10 II . are many weapons a declarer can employ to avoid a finesse nothing to attempt the endplay hrÂ«r"^f' ty ^ Â£"* thatif Â·k'Hy lovedns both, lÂ»'d break down and buy an automatic dishwasher?!" : Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 11 a day. That's a bargain! 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