Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 28, 1974 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 28, 1974
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Northwest Arkansai TIMES, Man., Oct. 28, 1974 PAYBTTIVILLI, ARKANlAf Believe It or Not! Oi BILL ANOI HAVE LOTS IN COAWON...W6 MAOE T/3 AT THE SAME TIME ON VETERANS PAY I ALWAYS so OVER TO BILL MAULDIN'S HOUSE AMP CUAFF A FEW ROOT BEERS.. AMP WE WERE BOTH VEIW CLOSE FRIENDS WITH GENERAL PATTON i l[MIUIIII!!!linillill!!HIN!lll!]||||||IJII!!illll!llllll!!l!!ll!!lll!lll«IU LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. K-Ray Not Cause Of rctopic Pregnancy OMuY MARRIED WOMEM CAN ' WEAR A HAT WTHABOU oiiiniiiiniii;!iii,ii:iiiiii!i!ii;ii;i':ii:iiiiii!ii'jiiJii;inii.!iijii:!iTM I had an ectopic pregnancy .ubsequenl pregnancies. Yet the and lost the child. Could this chances must be considered If lave been the result of having he underlying cause has not lad X-ray studies of my intestines shortly before I was pregnant? To return to the question of X-rays. More and more doctors and specialists in obstetrics are Dear Mrs. 0.: There is no during the first months of preg between an ectopic pregnancy nancy. This attitude is closely ALTHOU6H ft HUNDRED Vj YEARS WE S'J MY LIFE WAS SHORT- TW'AS ALL A DREAM and X-ray studies of the in- drugs they prescribe during this An eclopic pregnancy Is a which the female egg is fer- need, the feeling is that Mother TTHINIOOUOOSHT TOA5KCWSVTOH6LP YOU ON THIS EPITAPH of DANIEL "VYLER, WHO HAD 3 WIVES, 21 CHIIDREM, SO GRANDCHILDREN) AMD 120 GREAT- GRANDCHILDREN IW BROOKLYN, tilized by the male sperm Mature should 'oest be left alone rfSA UINSLE. I'M SUP- PoseoTo F1U.INTHE UASTVvORD EFFICIENCY APARTMENT RUM TREES IN THE SAHARA SERVE AS CENTEi? POLES FORHUTS-^NO the tube leading from the ovary :o carry on her wonders unim- AT GETTING IN THE U AST WORD. drugs, X-rays and In normal pregnancies, this fertilization occurs in the womb (uterus), becomes embedded progress of pregnancy. the wall and continues to grow The fact that your pregnancy was terminated and the fallop- When pregnancy occurs in the ian tube removed by surgery narrow fallopian tube there is undoubtedly makes you seek no room for normal expansion some casual relationship bet- FRANCES DRAKE as the fetus grows. few weeks after the onset of done" and the unhappy exper- ! ~ egnancy abdominal pains and Your Daily Horoscope fier symptoms may become ident, requiring termination that the intestinal X-ray studies the pregnancy -- usually by were not a factor in this exper Deration. The major causes of ectopic r e g n a n c y a r e adhesions Firs-rue tiRST , TIME PAPA EVER I BROKE HIS I PROMISE TO ME rwo, VOU, CIRC/ WHERE ARE . ,, BUT THE RAIN--HIS ASTHMAil'M GOING IHS1PE. I CAN'T WATCH PAPA FAIL AGAIN ALt. RIGHT MAMA llowing infection, an anatomi .Fever is a reaction of l kinking of the tube, or som the body. It should alert one to mgenital abnormality. Women who have had ctopic _ pregnancy need the need for medical examina- Look in the section in which WOULDN'T BELIEVE HOW 3000 PAIAMCE I*. tion to find out why this body your birthday comes and find pcrceptiveness should be a help. defense was called into action. IT'S RAINING' 6ET THIS WASHING WSIDE.' what your outlook is, according to the stars. CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Think twice before embarking on any new plan or project; ind out if you have all the FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29 JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge ABIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) necessary data, and if this i the best time for it. Discretion p o s i t i o n . Shun contentious matters, unscrupulous persons, risky and untried ventures. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) You may now be able to find (Top Record Holder to Misters' Individual Championship Play) the solution to a problem which has been bothering you for WHAT PVA THIN*: OP fHt ffufg TO 06 V. R WITH AU- TMg H6ADACH6S AN' JOCH WOP? There's no hurry. In fact, time wouuew picxec? so«g- i NAM6P UNCOfcH J M,Y vice-- ^ HUM?) 01 Q6««y PICKED TO 06 vtce-j»«exy? UNCOUN-fOS--? Y6H, WHAT A prisingly easy manner. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan is definitely on your side. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) E s p e c i a l l y favored now: outh dealer. oth sides vulnerable. PUAC6 H^S WORTH A QUARTER 0iUWH~-ave ca text A MIU-W NORTH *63 V A 9 8 4 2 Good Saturn influences stimu personal relationships and in- late your skills and capabilities tellectual pursuits. Stress your efficient and amenable side and about the way things go now. you can't help but earn credits. * A 6 2 WEST A 5 2 ¥ Q 1 0 5 « Q J 10 4 Q 1 0 5 4 3 SOUTH * A K Q J 10 7 AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19] Stars indicate that you conic now strike out for a higher CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Your creative ideas may need EAST * 9 8 4 V 7 6 3 * 9 8 5 3 + J 9 7 some revision before they can goal. You may have to take be carried out, so be sure to a different route to achieve it study all angles of feasibility but the new avenue could be before presenting them. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Excellent solar influences! Now's the time to launch new PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Objectivity and foresight wil TO EACH 1 !* HIS OWN PAW!! ye OUGHT TO TRV A BOWL OF MV BODACIOUS CHILLY CON CARNV-- IT'LL WARM UP YORE INNARDS!! be day's prime requirements Do not be coerced into deal or activities which you woulc cisions regarding future acitvi- not normally consider. YOU BORN TODAY, endowed with a tremendous sense o VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) West Pass Pass Pass Watch that tempo-- and the responsibility and inclination to act upon personality, are a born leader cision too quickly. In holding You have a trigger-quick mini don't try to force and are always ready for ad issues or you could overshoot venture. Your interest are ma ny, your talents as rumerous B'ields in which you could read LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Matters of minor importance your greatest heights: politics may blow up out of proportion-- or critic. Traits to curb: over unless YOU call aggressiveness and sarcasm. HI Z a LONDON TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS- All Vokums in line for 'the tftle please meet at the Royal Artillery grounds tomorrouj at 4 o'clock . Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 41 Cuban 1 Caudal dance appendage 43 Whalebone 5 Fast planes 47 French TELL THE/A I TO STOMP THEIR peer weu., we CAN'T START A PIR PAUEFACES MISHT see -rue SMOKE' TH6 M6W ARE FRB6ZINS/ tier You, MEDICII4 MAN' I'M EXHAUSTED- rrs ALWAYS SUCH A JOS GETTING THREE "J CHILDREN !\ OFFW THE MORWIMS OM, MV GOODNESS, )i' I KEEP COUNTIMS BUTtOU ,. OMLY HAVE ( TWO CHILDREN!, V BLONDIE/ 9 Mandate 12 Grafted (Her.) 13 Wild ox 14 Poem 15 Scotch novelL poet 17 Vehicle 18 Unruffled 19 Abounds 21 Egyptian god 11 Manger M Recedes 11 Enclosure on farm 28 Naomi'.' chosen name 31 Conflict 32 Irish sea god 33 Fish M Black 36 Crude metal 37 "Adam --" 38 "Little --" 40 French article 22 English novelist 23 Ancient maritime city 24 Farm animal 25 "--Ballads' 26 English poet 27 Wild plum 29 Serling 30 American humorist 35 Wooden peg 37 Misrepresented 39 Georgia city 40 Malay gibbon 41 Instance 42 Persian poet 43 Inclination 44 Icelandic tale ' 45 Minced oath 46 Verne'a Captain 49 Madrid cheer Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 50 Slack friend 48 English poet 51 Polish river 32 Pearl Buck heroine 53 A cheese 54 Work unit 55 Nearest -56 Part of a pedestal DOWN 1 Hardy heroine 2 Poker stake 3 Roman road 4 Pries 5 -- Austen 6 Abstract being 7 Also 8 -- Anita 9 English poet 10 Furniture designer 11 Skin tumors 16 Alfonso's queen 20 Tree Avg. solution time: 27 min. 12. IB 25 2 26 38 13 52 27 32 36 28 53 44 North 3V 4 A 5V East Pass Pass Pass Opening lead - queen of dia- This deal occurred in a pair game played in Cannes some 'ears ago. Star of the hand was Jerard Desrousseaux, who has requently represented France n international championships. Desrousseaux was West and ed the queen of diamonds. Declarer won with the ace and Irew three rounds of trumps, liscarding dummy. a diamond from South's best course of play was now fairly obvious. Ha decided to play for a 3-3 heart division, holding in reserve the lossibility that a squeeze might levelop if the hearts proved to » divided unfavorably. So, in ine with this, he played the ting of hearts at trick five and the jack at trick six. On the jack, iJesrousseaux made the amazing play of the :en -- confident that declarer would not finesse the jack, and equally confident that declarer would be unable to fathom West's holding the Q-lOx and neglecting to cover the jack with the queen. Desrousseaux's ruse succeeded admirably. Declarer put up the ace and returned the nine from dummy, confidently discarding a diamond when East followed low. West won the trick with the queen and South found himself going down one. It is hard to blame declarer for failing to guess the actual heart division. Almost anyone you can think of would cover the jack of hearts with the queen, holding the Q-10 in the given circumstances. When' West played the ten on the jack there certainly was a strong presumption that he had started with the 10-5 rather than th« Q-10-5. The hand goes to show that you just can't trust anybody in this world of bridge -- especially if his name is Desrous- seaux! PONYTAIL "Yeah, it's an apple for my teacher... with my grades, I'll Iry every trick in the book!" SAVINGS GALORE! Smart shoppers first check the hundreds of advertised values that appear daily in this newspaper. . . .and save a big bundle on food, clothing, cars, everything! 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