Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 29, 1974 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 29, 1974
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Gentlemen, Enclosed is the manuscript of my new novel. I know you areqoinq to like it. y In the meantime, please send me some money so I can. Jive it up. BRAVERY IN THE FKflNCO PRUSSIAN . WAR AT .ii THE AGE ,V. OF 23, f * W4S AWARDED A MEDAL 73 WARS LATER ·AT THE AGE OF 101 could reign if you guard. Do not let WMATAOOtNClOENCE? .*,, ITS THE SAME TREE YOU RAN INTO LAST A\ONTH'. YAK-YAK YAK-YAK r W E U , V JOE! SO OLD OBEDIAH FRILLY'S TREASURE IS R E A L ? IT'S BUBBA ,PIW,' CHIEF. COULDN'T R E V N E HIM. BRING UP THftT i BOX YOU FOUNR. -'5PKIAU.V 5W2 FCUS CA KKPSMOKIN'SO'S 1 «N PSOVIP6 A * POINT Of NffrWW PO VfllW I GOT A OUTLAW VJlSlTlN'flTTH CmiLHOUSE ME HEERED WRONG, LUKEV SHERIFF TAIT-I HEflRTELLVE GOT ft IN-LAW VISITIW'AT VORE DW6LUW' HOUSE MEANT DEATH ) \Y WHAT DO WHAT PO.VOU CAPITALIST PISS THINK YOU'RS COINS TO OUR COUNTRY ? THEVRE NO DOUBT CELEBRAT1M® THE OLD DAYS WHEN SUCH A SIGHT- YOU THINK YOU'RE . DOING TO OUR TRAIN ? TO US TRAINMEN fSSSf, TAVVNE-- ~ ill M6T YOU AT 1 HOW LON HAVE YOU HAD THIS STRAWS fAR OP (SIRLS SURE YOUR FATHER ooesw'T FINP our WALK 5MOULD BE X- SHE DROPPED MY WELI-, dUST PUT YOUR FOOT DOWN.' I HOPE (TOOTS IE WILL LET f ME GO BOWLINS V. -. TONIGHT Believe h or AW/ MANV REMOTE VILLAGES IN CHINA HAVE ft TALL POLE IN THEIE MflIM STREET WHICH SUPPORTS OIL imp--SOT rue LAMP IS NEVER LIT Montserrar; ·spam, NATURAL POCK LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Circumcision Useful, Mother-ln-Law Told FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Northwest Arkcmsai TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 29, 197S · 15 PAYETTEVILLI. ARKANSAS Is it routine for all boys to c circumcised at b i r t h ? Are liorc health advantages that we vcron't aware of years ago? My daughter will soon have i baby and her husband is f i r m about believing done. this should be Mrs. F. B., Del, Dear Mrs. B.: T h e a d v a n t a g e o f e i r - cision is t h a t hygiene of Hie lenis is easier in a circumcised male. Look in the section in which your birthday comes and f i n d what your outlook is, according lo Ihe stars. FOR FRI., AUG. 30 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some caution needed. Do not oe 'anxious but do evaluate all things carefully -- new propositions, suggestions, unusual ideas. Some may have worth. Others...? TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Mixed influences. Confusion are not on slight ir/is- into a understandiirgs blow storm. Use your wits. GEMINI (May 22 lo Juna 21) Don't take on too many extra responsibilities. You could bog down, even though your shoulders are strong and youi motives admirable Know when to call a halt. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) A good day for making important decisions, but weigh them well! Move forward only after deliberate and sufflcienl forethought. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Excitement of anxiety coulc be detrimental to top achievement. Be contained. Direct energies constructively. Famil iarize yourself wit hnew trends VIRGO (Aug. 2 ito Sept. 23) Stellar aspects fairly favrr able, but yon may have to work little harder for benefits Also, two admonitions: Avoic the bizarre and do be e a i e f u f dealing with strangers. LIBRA (Sent. 24 tn Oct. 23) A piece of good news couk be the forerunner of new ad vantages in the future. If tra veling, for either business o pleasure, day should be a grea success. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22; Mars, exceptionally propi tious, makes this a fine da for conducting business negotia t i o n s . concluding financia transactions. AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) Gond planetary influences en- ourage a power-driven gra- ually speeded-up schedule ains indicated through unusua leas and magnanimous gos ures toward associates. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan It; Check tendencies towarc ·ecWessness and irresponsibil f y . Listen well, take in others deas, then your own will conn through more clearly. 4QUARIOUS (Jan 21 to Feo 9) Slum needless controversy but be firm in maintaining prjn iples, nevertheless. Be wirefu lot to step out of Une or o extremes in any activity. ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have more at work fo vou than you may realize. skills smartly, carefully. Kee abreast of trends, unexpected! changing situations. YOU BORN TODAY are most determined and resolut ndividual. In any undertaking you are methodical and pain staking -- a boon ?o the em iloyer who dotes :m dependabi .ty in those under his super vision. You make a fine ployer yourself incidentally since employes always kno where they stand with yoi Ycuj directives are alwa; sound and clear-cut.. You ma be to exacting at times, ho ever, and should try tn be mor tolerant with "lesser lights. You have been endowed wi fields are open to you whe a wealth of talent and man fields are open to you whe choosing a life work. Most no able success can be achieve however, in teaching, writin science, acting and palntin Politics and statesmanship a also good career choices. Birt date of: David Hari.1/, philos pher. A condition known as "phimo- s" occasionally occurs in uri- circumciscd males. When this exists, the u n c u t foreskin cannot be pushed back easily for proper cleaning. Many men j;o through their lives without the heed for circumcision. Their so.x life and their capacity to have children arc in no way affected. There should be no hard and fast rule that all male babies should be circumcised. However, it is generally accepted that this simple procedure is if value. Many adult males find thai ·cumcision would be helpfu them if the hygiene of the nis becomes difficult. Circumcision is not a reli ous ritual. In some aborigina ibes. where neither the whee jr the hammer is yet in use circumcision is part of a ritual of puberty. An interesting sidelight of circumcision is the fact that it has been thought that the reason why Jewish women rarely develop cancer of the cervix OP the uterus is t h a t Jewish males are always circumcised. This relationship has not been definitely verified scientifically. Another strange phenomenon s t h a t cancer of Ihe penis occurs less frequently in cir- umciscd males. I believe t h a t most physicians onsidcr it advantageous lo cir- umcise a child in infancy. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Potato 5 Plant 8 Part of ear 12 Diminish 13 Actress Lupino M God of war 15 Assistant 16 Occupants 18 Pushes 20 Diacritical mark 21 Before 22 "Turn to the right" ZSCant 28 -- Beecher Stowe 30 Pronoun 31"Atta-!" 32 Jane or John 33 Longed 36 Selected 38 Swine 39 Girl of song 40 French painter 43 Canadian province 47 Proof 49 Mend 50 Country path 51 Crude Metal 52 English school 53 Law degrees 54 Moist 55 Facts DOWN 1 Exchange 2 Couple S Untie 4 Make more profound 5 Move sideways S Lyric poems 7 Pallid 8 More indolent 9 Russian city 10 Curve 11 Being 17 Roman highway 19 Unit of work 22 Cheerful 23 Bashful Avg. solution time: 26 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 24 Famous general 25 Macaw 26 Wooden trough 27 International ' language '28 Goddess of dawn 29 Golf mound 31 Plead 34 Greek Island 35 Musical sound 36 Young bear 37 Listened 39 Winter phenomenon. 40 Plant unit 41 Elliptical 42 Fruit skin 43 Land measure 44 New Zealand tree 45 Horse's gait 46 -- Karenina 48 The present 4. 38 14 32 II Z9 Twice I have been bitlen by i stringray fish. It took weeks "or the hole in my toe to hcai. s there any special way to real (his bite so that it can leal quickly? Mr. J.D., Fla. Dear Mr. D.: The venom of the stnngr:»v can he removed rapidly with Neat applied to the bitten part. Submerging it in hot water for at least 45 minutes is of val"~. The water should be as hot as the patient can tolerate wi'h- out burning or injuring the skin. The "hole" you describe was probably a small ulcer caused by one of the stringray's spines which may have broken off and been left in the toe. . JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) Vest dealer. Jorlh-South vulnerable. NORTH * J 7 5 4 * J 9 8 * A S 5 WEST * 8 4 3 · EAST * K Q 8 4 9 6 3 2 » K ' Q 4 ¥ 1 0 7 6 3 4 10 9 8 * K 4 3 + Q 9 7 6 4 5 2 SOUTH *A10 V A 5 2 * Q J 7 2 * A K J 1 0 The bidding:' West North East South 1* Pass Pass Dblfe\ Pass I A Pass 2 NT Pass S NT Opening lead - ten of dia monds. As the play progresses declarer's picture of how the unseen cards are distribute: b e c o m e s steadily clearei Sometimes he gains all the in formation he seeks early in the play, and sometimes he mus wait until much later. T a k e this deal wher declarer, at trick one. learn essentially all he needs to kno' about West's hand. Let's sa East wins the diamond lea with the king and returns a diamond to dummy's ace. It is not difficult for declarer lo conclude that West must lave tlie K-Q of spades, K-Q of hearts and queen of clubs his opening bid. Only 12 igh-card points are missing fter East produces the king diamonds at trick one, and Vest must have them. Accordingly, declarer plays a lub from dummy at trick three nd finesses the jack, knowing ill well that the finesse will ose. West wins and returns a iamond to the jack, whereupon outh cashes the A-K-10 of clubs nd quoen of diamonds. On the fourth diamond, West -- now down to six cards -must discard a spade or a heart. Le't's say he discards a spade, in which case dummy ilso discards a spade. South thereupon plays the ace and ·mother spade. West wins and is forced to lead a heart from the K-Q-4. If he leads the king, South has an easy time making a second heart trick, so let's assume he plays the four instead. Ordinarily, declarer would play the eight from (lummy in the hope that West had the K-10-4 or Q-10-4, but here, with the knowledge accumulated earlier from the bidding and play, South goes up w i t h ' t h e jack to score his ninth trick PONYTAIL "My philosophy is eat, drink and be merry, for in a couple ol weeks we start back to school!" Complete news coverage, (local, area, national, international), intensive sports and women's- interest reports, top features. . . .six afternoons week and Sunday morning... .delivered to your door for less than 111 a day. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242

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