Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 14, 1974
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II fUSSEST A NElO |MOTTO,.,"SP£AK50l : a'l' / ANP SHUT UP!" Believe h or Not! HOtO COCLO I fEAK SOFTLY, NPCASfWABeA6LE^'IF PEASLE RUNSAUAf ?H ·ton STUPID KMI.Ei1Wl.ffT W£ THERE ID THERE TO 6ET 51A16HTKEP.' EHTIRE VILLAGES CONSTRUCTED BY THE FAINANSANDBUNUNSOF TSAKA, ETHIOPIA, ARE BUILT.Of PAPYRUS-THE MATERIAL FROM WHICH THE AKCIEWT EGYPTIANS MAT3E PAPER DESERT INDIAN MOTEL DESERT INDIAN MOTEk Of BAMBAR1. AFRICA, MAKE TRUMPETS W HOLLOMN6 OUT FRANCES DRAKE Your Dailv Horoscope HEY, I REAR A NOISB IN THE PROMT HMM-T(4ERE'S OHE OF AUHT GUMHOF DETECTIVES STANPINfi GUARD BACK OF THE HOUSE RIGHT WHERE I GET IN. YARD.. BETTER INVESTIGATE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. , . . . ' ' . . " . . FOR THUBS., AUG. 15 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) A day in which to stress your self-confidence, show what you can do. A unique idea, coupled with plans lor carrying it out, will impress superiors. · RUBBA THROWS A ROCK * · ^OVERTHE HOUSE, .a TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21 Stars warn against vacillating, changing plans or projects before they have been given a fair chance. Be steadfast. Nothing has changed since activities'were initiated. ·W/ HAP SUCH A. HEAW0ARBJ Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 14, 1974 r*V«TT«VILLI, AHKAK1A1 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Special Study Needed To Diagnose 'Mono' IBIIIllllllllll^ le rare occurrence of an mbolus. An embolus is a small piece f clot that breaks away:;frora he inside of a vein or an ar- ery. It then travels through tha olood stream and lodges in the ungs and thus complicates th» surgery and interferes with tha convalescence. Much is known about the recognition and the treatment of an embolus, but all the reasons why they occur are not clearly defined. RARE OCCURRENCE Prevention of this rare occurrence is difficult. Surgeons make an effort to see that their patients are out of bed fls quickly as possible after an operation lo avoid unusual clotting of t h e blood and tho possibility of an embolus. Patients who are known to have unusual heart conditions or existing blood clots in the vessels are given blood-thinning drugs to further reduce the frequency of this problem. Speaking of your health..Know your babysitter before trusting her with your, greatest possession. Also, know the reliability of the people for .whom your own child is baby-sitting. Is it possible for a doctor toi determine that a" person has "mono" just from looking at the throat? . Miss F.F.B., N.C. The presence of a, red, angry throat and enlarged glands of the necK, and the history of the condition may make a doc tor suspect iriononucleosis. This disorder can be verified only ;by a special heterophile study of the blood. Only when this · element is found in the blood is the diagnosis confirmed. The white blood count in patients with mononucleosis has special characteristics. Sometimes it is necessary to do re- jealed blood studies befor the leterophile becomes positive. L.UNG EMBOLUS After a'simple appcndectomj my son had an enibolus in the ung which kept him in the hos- ital for · many weeks. Could his have been prevented? Mrs. G.S., Ohio Dear Mrs. S.: First let me say that no abdo rninal operation could ever be called "simple." The combination of surgerj and anesthesia and the limita lion of motion after the opera tion may all play a factor in WHrTTSSNUfW HOLLERIM 1 LflFFIN 1 flBOUT, LOWEEZV HE JEST HAD fl SHOOTOUT WJFTH' REUEWOOERS ON 1 THE"/ NICKED HIS RINCOV BONE «a YOURE THE WORLDS MOST EXPENSIVE PSYCHIATRIST.7- SO CURE ME OF ( I DONY KNOW WHY I'M'APR AID OR'EM- / - BUT 1 SEEM TO V. SEE THEM ('EVERyWHERE.'/ I SEE ONE ) NOW, RIGHT A. BEHIND VOU if) ?\l GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) New trends, a desired development or something equally stimulating should start your day off happily--and keep it so. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Certain situations may disturb during the a.m.--especially since you can't seem to put your finger on the cause: Try to get a little privacy and think! The answer will come- seemingly from "nowhere." LEO (July '24 to Aug. .23) You may not find it easy to get into your usual stride now, but when you spot an unusua opportunity for making gains (which you w i 11) you'll get moving -- fast! VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) . Watch finances, but don't be come overly anxious abou them. Just make up your mint to pursue a conservative an realistic course. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Look deeply into all sit uations. Surface .apnearance could be misleading. Using tha innate foresight of yours, how ever, you shouldn't have muc' trouble in spotting flaws. COEPIO (Oct. 24 lo Nov. 22) Planetary influences now give low-moving projects new mo nnenlum, indicate better results ban ever you may have antici- lated. Get going! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 lo Dec. 21) Don't cross the proverbial ridges before you come to hem, but be ready for any eventually before it .occurs. Your innate good judgement vill be a big help here. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) Stellar influences fairly favorable, but you may need further uformalion on activities in vhich you are presently en- jaged. Seek it without delay. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) .9) An excellent opportunity here .o-show your adaptability and four gift for thinking and acting quickly at a given time. This splendid asset could greatly en- lance your prestige now. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Be alert to good offerings. Your aptitude lends itself to this .ype of day. Study, diversify your interests, . 'broaden your mental horizons. YOU BORN TODAY have a vibrant, outgoing attitude toward life. You are extremely energetic and would make an excellent executive or business manager once you learn to control a tendency toward arrogance with those under your supervision. You have a great love of the arts and could excel in almost any one of them if properly trained--but, perhaps, more spectacularly in music, writing' or the theater. A born leader,- you could also succeed in statesmanship or in the military. Birthdale of : Napoleon Bonanarte, Emperor of France; Sir Walter Scott, novelist. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. East-West vulnerable. NORTH * 7 5 2 V K 10 9 832 · A S + 93 WEST A K Q 3 0 9 4 ¥ 6 * 9 7 2 + K 6 5 2 EAST V J 7 5 4 * Q J 10 4 + J108 SOUTH * A J 6 V A Q · K 8 5 3 * A Q 7 4 The bidding: South West North Fast 1+ Pass IV Pass 3NT Opening lead - king of spades. In most hands declarer can tell when dummy appears whether or not he will make the contract. But in some hands the Crossword By Eugene She/far Ul Q u tn 3UST HIT A SUV ON THE HEAP/ NOW,P0N'f ' (Sows TO MOCK off IM S. EXTRA FEE. -i USUAE-UY 8-1 f ^ My OLD BACK-OF- CKOWt SHOULD 3Z MS NOW CUlttB AW/AY5 ROOM FOR ONE MOKE UKB YOU HAVE A WAtfTA RIDE,LT, FLAP? WATCH OAISV FETCH THIS BAUJ ACROSS 1 English resort 5 German river 8 French resort 12 Medley 13 Debtor's note U Bede, forjone 15 Philippine Moslem 16 Cebine monkey 17 English! poet 18 Scarab 20 Higher 22 Eternity 23 Red or Black 24 Jewish month 27 Checked 32 Crosby or Hope 33 Disease of sheep 34 Beam 35 Ramifies 38 Ancient maritime 39 Meadow 40 Common value. 42 Specters 45 Slip away 49 Vulgar contraction 50 Moccasin 52 Outlet 53 Russian city 54 High, in music 55 Lamb 56 -- majesty 57 The law thing 58 Sitters create them DOWN 1 Military projectile 2 Medicinal plant 3 Weary 4 Owl, for one 5 German .city 6 Extinct bird 7 Become S Italian city Avg. solution time: 26 min. ' Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 9 Image' worship 10 Garment 11 Wife of Cuchulainn 19 Behold! 21 Peer Gynt's mother 24 Warp yarn 25 Beetle 26 Ear shells 28 Menu item 29 Honors 30 Sense organ 31 Eosln 36 Cuddle 37 Tiger 38 Journey 41 Smith or Jolson 42 British prison .43 Engage 44 Box 46 Chinese wax 47 A shred 48 Greek letters 51 British rural festival outcome unpredicttahle because it depends on how the adverse cards are distributed. Take this case where West leads the king of spades and the question is whether South can predict with certainty how he will fare. Actually, he can. b u t . he must play his cards exactly right to assure three notrump. It would be wrong to win the spade lead with the ace and cash the A-Q of hearts. In the actual case, West would show out and South would go clown at least one against proper defense. . . . . . · Let's back up, therefore, and lave declarer duck the king of spades at trick one. If he does :, he guarantees the contract against every possible contingency. Whatever West plays next, South wins and leads the A-Q of hearts, planning to overtake the queen .with the king and lead the ten from dummy. This formula assures nine tricks regardless of how- tha hearts. or . the other suits are divided. With five sure hearT tricks and [our top tricks on the side, nothing can keep South from his -goal. Ducking the , king of spades is the first step in the right direction, and a willingness to overtake the queen of hearts with the king is the second step in the right direction. Each of these maneuvers makes a lot of sense when you think about it, but the plain unvarnished truth is that quite a few players would unwisely omit one step or the other and find themselves .fighting « losing cause al the end. PONYTAU. 2A 55 25 26 22 28 51 55 58 "Daddy, may I go.'hang-gliding' with Donald?!" 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