Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 31, 1974
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The curtain of ni ,, enveloped the fleeing lovers. """- Though.fiery trials had threatened'.oceans of Jonging had kept them together. Now, anew icicle of terror stabbed at the embroidery oftheir existence. WHATHAVE'iOU BEEN WATCH ING J [CULLS,' FOP? THE LAST HALF HOUR? OET ME ff NOfUSE YECUNG. BUZ. IS MTUE'* ? IF ONLY 1 COULD HOUSE AMD CANT HEAR ME. . J11 REACH THE WATER 11 BUCKET... UZ MISSES ME IN THE MORNING, WIL'L. THIS CISTERN? ' · - ' · ' AND CftNXSTAV AFLOAT .UNTIL. HW wu mo eo utttY ? JEST KEEP MY SEflT WflRM, SNUFFY-- rlL BEBflCKTOMORIW \ TO GIVE WE fllMOTHER ) TWO-DOLL6R CHECKER LESSOW . ul ea A.RAVEN BRAIM BALANCE IS PERFECT-, / - UNTIL HE SEES VAMVTHINe SHAPED (_J-IK£AlFEATHER.!.' THBrJ HE SAVAGE BECOMES r.UCKttY INM ^ eRE~, .MOTHER! you OMISED TO I \ THOSE. DENTURtS 1 THINK 1 THE WHAT PHON=y DID HE BEETtE WIU.7K 1 / T A v-""^! CM YOU DIG J THIS _X MODEL? I MAW,THIS IS REALLY A HEAVY GROOVE.' IF MY WIFE SAW ME WEARIMG THAT; IT WDULP BE f RIGHT OFF/ rBelieve h or Not/ 20 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 31, 1974 FAYETTEVIULE, ARKANSAS , WITH A POPULATION op ONLY-4,000, HAS 364 CH(/RCH£$ HAWK- BftNDED BT* RAIPHB.WHLIAMS.OF .JUNEAU, ALASKA, NEAR. .LAKAMIE,WYOMING IN 1942, WAS'3f|DTQNJAN.1Ql952, NEfiK PEHUAGQ, BUENOS AIKES ("HSWARS of Katmandu, NSPSl, CAREY THEIR. CHILDREN IN BASKETS stot/e fROMA SHOULDER. niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii«^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Hormones For Change Of Life Helpful FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope How-do physicians feel about Ihe .uso of hormones during a woman's change of life? Mrs. L.I'., Ohio Dear Mrs. !P: When the idea of using estrogen, or female sex hormone, vas first introduced there was a great deal of discussion about its value. Positions were taken by some doctors who firmly- believed in its advantages. Others were iust as forcefully against its use n women who' were entering menopause, or *'change of life." Today, there' is greater stabilization of thought about its advantages. However, hormones are never given indiscriminately to all people. It is for this "reason that each .woman, who is in her pre- menopausal , or menopausal phase is individually studied and evaluated before'the estrogen is advised. The general consensus is that female sex hormone is advantageous. It may reduce some of Ihe unpleasant "flush" feelings so often associated with early change of life. Extensive scientific' studies lave also shown thai the ab sorption of calcium from the }ones, known as "osteoporosis, 1 Look in Ihe section in which j'our birlhday conies and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOB THURS , AUG. 1 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) In dealings with others, be sure to nole their reactions. The right word at the right tinie could be a big factor in putting over your ideas. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Venus favorable. Invent, mprovise, build anew where it ' help you to lake a forward tep. Your incentive and ingen- ily should be keen. JEM1NI (May 22 lo June 21) Stellar influences indicate ome indecisiveness. Counter by u-ging yourself into positive iclion. Handle each situation as arises, evaluate each on its iwn merits. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Extra care needed in finan- :ial matters, but do your own hinking about . them. Advice rom others could lead you off n false trails. ' ,EO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Routine activities should run vithout many hilches. yet there nay be certain interruptions in iew ventures. Don't be dismayed. With careful study, you an cope. VIRGO (Aug: 24 to Sept. 23) Do not take a position for or against any issue until sure of your ground- Analyze Jlamorous sounding proposi- ions; they could be misleading n details. LIBRA (Sept. M to Oct. 23) Keep arrangements flexible. o m e unexpected changes possible. On the personal side, - business associate may show a romantic interest in you SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Avoid risks · and impulsive- less. Make no hasty decisions a n d curb spending. Be especialy careful lo analyze, your budget if making trave u common : condition among vomen of menopausal age, can je delayed by the use of eslro- [en hormone. Each person must follow the dictates of her own physician. My husband is 34-years-oId. He is in good health except for T hacking cough. Whenever lie smokes a cigarette he goes into an absolute spasm. I've learned ,o tolerate the cough, but can't his do damage to his heart? . Mrs. M.B., Ind. Dear Mrs. B.: . ·It is undeniable that the tars and other .ingredients in .cigar- iltes arc responsible for some cases of cancer fo the lung, Ihe larynx and. for circulatory disturbances.' . . . In your husband's case, the smoke itself acts as an:irritant to the inner lining of the broii- chial tube. The lungs explosively try to get rid of this irritating pollutant. Persistent hacking over a long period of lime must, indeed, put extra pressure on the heart. It would be unfair to terrify your husband by m a k i n g him believe that a heart allacK in inevitable. I am sure.there must be more sensible ways of getting him to give up tobacco. plans. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec ) Personal relationships under excellent influences. An advant agequs social contact can now be firmly consolidated. CAPRICOHN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Accent is now oil your home. A fine day for' casing household p r o b l e m s , fund-raising f o r domestic improvements. AQUARIUS (Jan- 21 lo Feb. 19) Your planetary set-up highly auspicious. A good day for pushing ahead with important issues -- especially those involving business and finance. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Stimulating influences. An unexpected happening in the forenoon could lead lo an unplanned -- and profitable -trip. . . . YOU BORN TODAY a r e a combinalion of idealism and practicality; have been . endowed with a magnetic personality and unusually strong gifts of leadership. You take yourself seriously -- sometimes so seriously that you become loo self-assured, even arrogant in your altitude toward "lesser lights." Try to tone down such feelings since they could lead to'self-defeat. Highly versatile, there are many fields in which you could achieve outstanding success -- most notably, however, in the legal profession which could lead you inlo poll- lies or slatesmanship, or in literature, where yoiir sense of Ihe dramatic would best evidence itself in novels or'plays Other areas which are suited to your capabilities: Music, the s t a g e and science (especially c h e m i s t r y a n d pathology). Birthdale of: Herman Melville, author of "Moby Dick"; Yves St. Laurent, Fr. fashion designer; Jack Kramer, tennis star. B. JAY BECKER South dealer. Bdtli sides vulnerable. NORTH 4 A 3 10 9 V 9 4 3 Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Sabot 5 Edible .starch 9 Small nig 12 French i author 33 Privy to U Turkish . officer 15 Popular author 16 The spleen 17 Chess pieces ·18 Low 19 Ancient 20. Period of time 21 Domestic pigeon 23 High note 25 Powerful 28 Former Egyptian leader 32 Idea: comb, form 33 Leveret 34 Irish county 37 Beast 39 Compass reading 40 Study 41 Box 44 Circle segment iS Courage 50 The heart 51 Real 52 Surge 53 Massachusetts cape 54 Oklahoma city 55 Olive genus 56 New: comb, form 57 Serf 58 Headland DOWN 1 Mire (dial.) 2 Book of hours 3 American inventor 4 U.S. President 5 Traffic in sacred goods 6 Dye indigo 7 Auriferous 8 Canadian prov. 9 Musical hit 10 Name in baseball 11 Military vehicle Avg. solution time: 26 min. AWIHRIBAIGIAR GlllGllERTilGIA Answer Jo yesterday's puzzle, 20 U.S. President 22 Lowest note 24 Note in the scale 25 Russian plane 25 Mrs. Cantor 27 JeUylike substance 29 Famous Uncle 30 Epoch 31 Electrical unit 35 Like 36 Longs 37 Yield 38 Japanese drama 41 Read metrically 42 Corn bread 43 Italian river 45 Destroy 47 To anger 48 Caesar's fateful date 49 Social gatherings 51 Head of the fairway On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) + Q 6 5 3 WEST * Q Y 2 V K 6 5 « K 10 8.6 3 *9i EAST * K 8 5 4 V 10 8 7 2 4 - Q J 5 + 108 SOUTH * 6 3 V A Q J + A K J 7 2 The biddliig: ......... " ..... Sooth West North East 1* Pass 1* Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Opening lead - six of diamonds. Assume you're in lliree no- trump, and West leads a diamond. You chick the lack and queen, but win the next' diamond with Ihe ace. Afler cashing Ihe A-K of clubs you play a spade, finessing the nine, which loses U) East's king Then comes the moment -ol truth when East returns a heart. You must now decide whether to stake the outcome on a heart finesse or a second spade finesse. · ' . ; Superficially, which finesse,to, ·ake seems to. 'be. an 'even-' money, shot, but actually the odds favor going lip with the ace of hearts and staking, the outcome on another spjide finesse. This is a mathematical proposition, pure and -simple, but there is no doubt that in the long run the spade finesse will succeed more often."than 1 the heart finesse. . . i-;. -^ It all goes back to the question of how Ihe two ..missing spade honors could--. ha*.j been dealt originally. There were four ways, each approximately equal in frequency: .Thusv-Wt could have been dealt: · '. 1, The king and queen. 2, Neither cf them. " · · . ''; 3, The king without the queen. ·J. The queen without the.king. Nole that the cases where.the honors arc evenly divided outnumber the cases where East has both honors by a margin of Iwo lo one. So, if you loss the first spade finesse .to East. the odds.remain, two tp one that the second spade finesse will win - as opposed io'a 50 per cent chance on the heart finesse. Some readers may contend that Case 4 is no longer possible once East had produced tho king, but, this argument notwithstanding, the fact is Hint taking the second spade finesse is twice as likely lo succeed as the heart finesse. · PONYTAIL 46" 52 58 10 48 II 49 "He's reading the comic section. I'd better ask him for some ^pending money before he gets, to the front HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAH. Readers respond mote quickly and favorably when givevi complete, or definite Information. . MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect "to reach you. Alwayi insert your telephone number or your name and address. If you do not have regular hours, give a preferred time to have prospects call you, . PLACE YOURSELF In the reader's position and ask yourself what you would like to know (about your offer]. The answer you* give will make a good Classified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to hring satisfaction do so, not through any lack of readership, hut because they do not contain enoueh information to get prompt action. .THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can be secured for your advertisement by ordering consecutive insertions. You can stop your ad in tho event of results and then pay only for the daya It w« published. There are also very special rates for those who are

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