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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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ARKAHSAS ADMIRAL rtWVWHD BRUAT IN HIS NATIVE FRWCE, AMDf FROM CAUNOH HE CAPTOW WHILE AUTOMOBILE M THE TECHNICAL MUSEUM OF VlENWfl,AUSTR!A, INVENTED B/ SIEGFRIED MARCUS IH 187 ISCUUMBDWBETHS FIRST GflSOttHf-ORIVOt Cflff Ul HtSTOK/ M-CHIEF OF me FRENCH mvy 13 LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D Truss May Not Be Hernia Protection nilllllWnillin FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope My husbiiml !ias a hernia in his groin. For 20 years lie has worn a truss. He insists lliat even though Ihc hernia has grown bigger the truss Is all he needs. .Mrs. T.S.K., S.D. Dear Mrs. K.: A hernia is an enlarged opening, or defect, in the protective wall that normally keeps the intestine in its proper place. The stress of lifting, or injury, may enlarge the opening and permit a small piece of intestine to he pushed through the opening. Slight pressure can reduce, or push back, the intestine to its proper position. This is the purpose of a truss, which docs not cure but rather protects the intestine. Should a hernia become enlarged, the truss may not always be effective. Occasionally, a loop of intestine may jeeome caught and "strangiV ated" so that it cannot be returned to its normal position. When this happens, surgco s almost always necessary 35 a life-saving means. It is unwise to w a i t for a Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. ( FOR SAT., OCT. S ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Don't insist on your o\yn way if others disagree, except where right must prevail. Enjoy friends whose interests revive your spirits. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Curb tendencies toward extravagance, pacing yourself too hectically. Tendencies toward extremism abound. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Mercury influences stimulate your mental abilities and promise happy personal relationships. Let the other fellow know you value his good will. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Negative factors need not disturb if you keep situations in band and study the reasons. Emphasizing the positive, you can take appropriate measures as you go along. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 53) Ease a driving pace, acceler ale a sluggish one. Stay on the sure, logical route to steadj accomplishment --* with even disposition. You can impress others with your poise. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Favorable influences give yoi: many advantages, but you *musl promote your own interests to keep the ball rolling, of course, Romance favored. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Don't permit bright ideas to wither before you've tried them out. Try to dovetail some unique endeavor into your regu lar program SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Give everyone and everything careful appraisal. Listen alien lively, but don't be -swayec complication to occur when gDi-y is so safe and uncomplicated. Your husband's condition should be evaluated by his doo . or so that a simple problem docs not become a major-one. ··'. Is it safe to use a cortisone' spray in (he nose for hay fever? Mr. H.R., Penna;. Dear Mr. R.: Even though the amount' of ::ortisonc in a nasal spray is very little, it should be used with extreme care, and only for short periods of time. This applies to the use of any ephedrine or .shrinking agent. One can become dependent on nasal sprays. The result is (hat more and more of the chemical is needed to obtain relief. The. lining of the nose actually ceases to function when it is over medicated. A condition known as the "rebound phenomenon" follows the overuse of nasal medication. The nose becomes clogged and breathing through the nose becomes difficult. "Rebound" occurs most fre- quontly in people who have an allergic tendency. against your better judgment by some "smooth" talker. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. Some optional choices for you now. Weigh each thoughtfully, carefully evaluate potentials and then embrace the most promising. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 10) A good outlook, but reject dubious ideas and suggestions. As with Sagittarius, determine the worth of all propositions before commitment. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Favorable influences. You can now pursue t h e difficult :asks with as much assurance as the easier ones Especially favored: written matters, intellectual pursuits. PISCES (Feb. 3D to Mar. 20) Stellar aspects now suggest B. JAY BECKER reappraisal forthcoming On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) You are South, both sides vulnerable. The bidding has been: North East South West 1* Dble 1 What would you bid now with each of these seven hands? l.*752 VKJ643 *KJ87 *10 2.* 83 VK862 *763 *Q954 3.4KQ9S4 y?3 « 952 4.J 8S 4.AAJ7 »Q92 # J843 *A73 »AQJ872 +964 #AQ954 *872 832 ¥10 6.* 965 7.* Q953 V J 6 «K743 +QJ4 1. Three hearts. The usual rules that govern responses -after partner opens the bidding and the next player passes -undertakings in the light of\ m '1 suspended when an oppon · - - - -- - ent intervenes with a double Tbe guiding principle is thai most responses .-- which woulc recent developments. A time for broadening your mental horizons, too. YOU -BORN TODAY highly idealistic, versatile in the arts and are willing to work hard to achieve your lofty ambitions. Y o u r sympathies a n d g r e a t understanding of others fit you for a position in the fields of medicine, the aw or sociology. But you have a light side, too, and are extremely popular socially, a scintillating performer in the theater. a born entertainer, generally. You have a great affinity for music, sculpture and painting and enjoy them all. Lacking the patience to perfect yourself in them. however, they are unlikely to provide a source of income. Birthdalc of: Joshua Logan, theatrical producer; Chester A. Arthur, 21st Pres., U.S.A. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Jung Era a \ Machine · part 1 Ponder 11 Wander ISGoddesiicE infatuation 14 Tiny particle 15 Exchange premium K Cooking utensil 17 Tidings ·18 Beneath . 20 Fairy 22 At this time 24 Deliver 28 Large quantity 32 Shop 33 Russian mountain range 34 Jehovah 36 Gardener's need 37 Carols 39 Narrowed gradually « Leash, for one «Sweet potato 44 Tight . 46 Interlaced 50 Mother o! . the Boddha 53 A bribe 55 French river 56 Kiln 57 High W! 58 Zola novel 59'Musical group 60 Firmament 61 Permit DOWN I.Semite 2 Theater section 3 Bucket 4 Headwear 5 Above 6 Measuring instrument 7CelesBaI illusion S Indian 9 Plant Avg. soMon time: 25 min.- Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 10 Printer's measures 12 "- Roses" 19 Court 21 Thing (law) 23 Joker 25 Portal 26 Scottish Gaelic 27 Organ part 28 Throw 23 Medicinal plant 30 Rave 31 Speck 35 Doris -38 Ocean ·40 Animal's foot 42 Impairs by time 45 Captured 47 Bottle 48 AngloSaxon serf 49 Tidy 50 Crowd 51 Girl's namr 52 Longing 54 Crowbar, for one partner you have a five-card suit and that you lack the values for a redouble, which is (he standard way of showing-; strength when you have 18- points or more in high cards. A one-over-one bid after a double suggests a hand in the 0 to 9 point range. 4. Redouble. A redouble may be based on offensive or defensive strength, or a combination of both. Usually the opener does lot rebid until the redoubler. shows which type of hand he 1 las. The essential message is:l hat the redoubling side have .he better hands and the subsequent bidding is conducted on that basis. 5. Two diamonds. Similar to No. 3 above. 6. Pass. The diamonds are not good enough to hid in the two level, and a pass is clearly^ have been forcing without (he'indicaled' If partner has = ~J,'!:TM!TM:._ no !- forcing; rralJy good hand, he will indicate it -at his next opportunity, in which case you can belatedly show double after the intervening double. In line with this, the three heart bid -- which would norm- a 11 y be game-forcing your values. For the -- ·moment, though, a pass is best, not 7. One notrnmp. Will] values just short of a redouble, the best way of showing (hem is by a voluntary bid of a notrump. In "general. the nctrump bid over a double indicates 8 or 9 points and balanced not as strong a bid as three distribution -- which is what becomes preemptive and forcing. Partner goes on only when his values are above minimum. 2. Two hearts. This shows a relatively weak hand with moderate trump support. It is hearts. 3. One spade. This is a valuable tactical bid because it tetls [you have. A pass could easily 'lead to a difficult bidding problem later on. PONYTAIL "Of course, I like you', Donald'... would I go out with a boy who's always as BROKE as you, it I didn't?!" HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CT^AESOTED WORD ADS -- to Start Sand ay ar« accepted nntil p.m. Friday. -- To slart Monday act accepted nntil il'.SO a.m. Saturday. -- 1C- ilart Tuesday ttira Satnrilay art accepted until 4 p.m. MI do day before publication. CLASSIFIED DI3P1A7 (SPACE) AD3 -- to slarl Sunday ara accepted rattl 4 p.m Thursday. -- to start Mondiy ar« accepted until · 4 p.m, Friday. -- to start Tuesday thru'Sahirday ar« accepted until 4 p.m- two days bejor* publication. Classified Offke Hours Are: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.to 4iOO p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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