Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 15, 1969 · Page 10
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cr £2 ., IIP AW MM* WEAR LATEST FASHIONS HAVE FIREWOOD, ANP SKOW 10 MELT FOR WATER. LOWEEZVi! I AIN'T NO DADBUSN SNOOPER'. 1 . HOW DID MV PITCHERS TARN OUT cfli.ee? 7l CAN'T WAIT TO / SEETH'ONEUJHAR V TATER'SSETTINMN HIS HIGHCHftIR EATIN'SUPPER I V/ISH TO | CONVOISEWIT' OMEO'VER. FUZZ-FOSDICK YOU'LL FIND HIM EATING AN) APPLE,AT THE FRUIT STAND . CORMER.OF SODOM AMD GOMORRAH//" THAT'S HIM.'.' FOIST TH' KISS O' DEATH-THEM A BULLET T'ROO -I'HEAD- n ehunsh*. Ethiopia, SO HUGE THAT ITS LIMBS SHADE THE ENTIRE TOWN MARKET OF N .THE 19th -WITH A SVKr-IH PISTOL AifaMtM TIMB, By LESTER I. COLEMAN; M.O. Drug Temptation In Young THE STATISTICS are almost terrifying about the frequency with which young high school girls and boys in small and large cities all over America are being tempted to take drugs. "Goof Balls," n slang expression HIGHER LEARNING CHURBiotiOu, mt GO TO AND FROM SCHOOL'EACH DAY BY TRAVERSING A 1.500- F00T-WIDE CHANNEL ON STILTS barbiturates, Francis Drake Your Horoscope IT'S ft LEETLE FUT1Y JIGGLED TH' CAMERA BOX Look in the section in which your birthday comes, and find what your outlook is, according to the stars, FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries) --Observe trends, note how other are reacting to your efforts and or suggestions. Where can YOU improve situations? Remember that even small details arc important to the total picture. APRIL 21 to MAY 21 (Taurus) --There's a sort of elegance to this day that should be felt in domestic as well as outside interests. V e n u s influences promise happy associations, renewed friendships and artistic accomplishment. MAY 22 to JUNE 21 (Gemini) - Draw from your reservoir of talents those best suited to this day's needs. Rewards indicated for earnest endeavors. Personal e s p e c i a 11 y fa- relationship vorcd. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer) --A big question-mark o v e r matters you had hoped to settle quickly? Take time to study, learn more about the underlying factors. Pat answers to problems are not usually the best. JULY 24 to AUG. 23 (Leo)-Big opportunities may not come your way now, but there are some dandy "little" ones by which you can profit. worthwhile goals in mind and don't go off on tangents. AUG. 24 to SEPT. 23 (Virgo) --Your chances for advance- nent in cherished pursuits are good now. hut bo careful not to ;o loo far out on a limb, anc ion't attempt too much. Stress lever management, good judg nent. SEPT. 24 to OCT. 23 (Libra --This is a day which will cal or calmness nnd ingenuity. DI not let unexpected situations ruffle you. Study them carefully and, with the Libran's innate sense of strategy, y o u can solve all. OCT. 2 4to NOV. 22 (Scorpio) --Your senses should be acute now, but you COULD slip up here and there if over-confident, impetuous, not cautious. Forewarned is forearmed. NOV. 23 to DEC. 21 (Sagittarius) -- Jupiter, propitious in nflucnce. encourages your best ·fforts. Stretch the imagination vithout overplaying it. Concen- rate on new methods, ideas. DEC. 22 to JAN. 20 (Capricorn) _ YOU can achieve much low. Get on the bandwagon-AND GO! Especially favored: The installation of new devices and better methods, capitaliz- ng on unique ideas. Stress -our foresight and vitality. JAN. 21 to FEB. 19 (Aquar- us) -- A better day for your nterests than you may realize. Waste no time getting started, nit don't drive through, indif- 'crent to the reactions of others a n d not reckoning with, possibly, justifiable opposition. FEB. 20 to MARCH (Pisces) -- Neptune, still 'avorable position, promises lew opportunities, advantages. are easily purchased from illicit, immoral peddlers who in many instances are students. These "pushers" can, in this way. supply their own demands and frequently they are responsible for starting the dependent feeling in their classmates. These sleeping pills can produce a sense of drowsiness which should alert teachers and parents to the fact that the child may be "on" something. The same peddlers of "goof balls" also peddle "pep pills," or amphetamines, which help to keep d r o w s y students awake. Before long, t h e s e youngsters taking barituratef are caught in a trap of sleepiness to escape reality, only to be followed by the pep pills to keep awake. USE AND ABUSE The use and abuse of these drugs is exceedingly dangerous because of Hie 'body harm and personality changes they can induce. It is an admitted fact that "goof ball" and "pep pill" users are on the lowest rung of a ladder that leads to marijuana and then frequently to hard narcotic addiction. Not until severe punishment is meted out to those immoral _ p l e who drink large quanti- ies of alcohol over an ex- ended period of time. It must be stated that cirrhosis is not imited to the alcoholic. Alcoholism is a disease that is no different from a chronic ung condition or diabetes. Cirrhosis is a degenerative process by which the liver cells are destroyed and replaced by functionless scar tissue. Since the liver plays a most important role in taking toxic substances out of the blood, permanent damage to it does insurmountable damage to the rest of the body organs There are, of course, » ,'· »"·-- e other causes of -irrhosis but undoubtedly alcohol is the major contributor. Obstruction of the outflow or Dile, chronic infcciions, hcpn- and some toxic metals may also cause cirrhosis. NO GUESS WORK There is no guesswork about this disease. People may think they have cirrhosis but not until a complete series of tests are (lone on the liver, a sn-callcd -liver profile." can the exact condition be determined. One of the most gratifying advances in medicine is that liver transplants and other operations are now available to people with advanced cirrhosis. Successful as these operations can be. it is to the prevention of this disorder that energies should be devoted. AFGHAN! A LEOPARD HUNTER. TRAILS BV SIGHT RATHER THAN NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNO HE HAD VIKING FOREFATHERS. EMJOVS PLAY. OOCS,DOCS,DOCS! CAINtl YOU DRAW NOTHIN' , JYOKTHWHIl.E.VEBATj UALL RIGHT, UNCLE B.C., 1 I'LL DRAW YOU! HOLD STILL-I'M DRAWING. 77 \V-AT-S /.'·-' . HER.'.' A VCP-/ , A BLON BI.ACK3IR3 HNIii^SME HEARD -If THATBLONISeS V HAVE ~ MORE FUN people who make these drugs available, can disaster lie avoided in our younp children. LSD, and any of these escapist ·ugs. are as easily purchased s a carbonated drink. Parents ust be on the alert for any lange of behavior if addiction j any drug is to be interrupted etore it permanently sets in. Cirrhosis of the liver is one the major penalties paid by You can hold your own with anyone now, if you put your best foot forward, and keep striving. Ahead! You born today are innate^ cheerful, outgoing, always look ing for the best life has to offer Ariens are full of lively incen live, are extremely ambitious and also have the intuition to strike upon new methods foi advancing their status. T h i s Sign has produced many rec ord-breaking athletes, states men, top-flight executives anil men high in government coun cils. You are instinctively stra tegic in your methods, but musl curb tendencies toward arro gance and excessive pride Birthdate of: Wilbur Wright a i r p l a n e inventor; Charles Chaplin, cinema star. HORIZONTAL 36.Atenthparl 1. Indonesians 37. To befit ofMin- dnnao S. Size of coal 8. Strong fiber 12. Corpses 14. Poker stake 15. Most savory 16. Inferior sheepskin IT. Each (dial.) IS. Messenger's concern 20. Think 23. To comer 24. Sharp, ringing sound 25. Creaked 28. Business abbreviation 29. Instinctive discernment 30. Small nig 32. Kind of lu-u.^papcr 34. Pisces, in the zodiac 35. PlumliT 40. Press for payment 41. Scope 42. Given to irony 47.Prevari- cator 48.Otolith 49. Contrary one 50. A grain 51. Famous volcano VERTICAL 1. Perform 2. Chinese pagoda 3. Paid notices 4. Glutting 5. Peep 6. Bitter vetch 7. Starlik* body 8. Sterile 9. Wild ox lO.Mr.Musial 11. Minister t» 13. Loathsome 19. Posterior 20. Broad sash 21. Measure of capacity 22. An Indian 23. Characteristic 25. More melancholy 26. Discharge 27. Confound 29. Sheet of floating ic* 3t An article 33. Blurred 34. Limited 36. Large casks 87. Soothing unguent ZS. Assam silkworm 39. Blast 40. French painter 43. Beam 44. Small tied 45. Massachusetts capt Av«MtlM»f Klutloi: Mulultt. 46. Meadow Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 20 37 41 19 JS S !' E A K I N G OF I1KALTH: The elderly YOUR ... ..... . n e e d ...,, single sift of bring lined and wanted. They must not he disregarded or dislocated from society. Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and, while lie cannot undi-rlake to answer each one, lie will use questions in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address ynur letters to Dr. Coleman in care of Northwest Arkansas TIMKS. CONTRACT BRIDGE B y B . J a y B e c k e r (Top RtnnMfoldir in Mailers' Individual Champlonihlp Play) East dealer. East-West vulnerable. NOETH 454 V A Q 6 3 · 842 WEST 4 Q 9 T 2 · Q1063 ** EASX 4AKJ1083 · K95 +2 SOCXB ·1102 *AJ7 4.AJ109S63 The bidding: East South West North 14 2+ 2* 4+ *4 5* Opening lead--two of spades. It i* difficult .to guess how South made live clubs on this hand, for, even with the king of hearts well placed, you'd think he would surely lose a spade and two diamonds for down one. But he did make eleven, tricks, partly as the result of an unusual play he made, and partly because of a defensive error. West led a spade. East took the king and continued with the ace, which South ruffed. Declarer saw veiy l i t t l e chance of making the contract legitimately; in fact, he thought he might go down two if East had the king of hearts. So, In an effort to muddy tha waters and possibly gain a. trick, he drew two rounds of rumps, ending in dummy, and ed a low heart towards his ten. East followed low, thinking declarer had tha Wag 1 , and South'* ten forced the king. West should have returned a icart to sever declarer's com- munlcattons, in which case th» contract would surely have gone down. But instead be led a loir diamond) Halt's king forcing tha aoe. Declarer now drew threa rounds of tramps to pioduc* tills position: West ¥985 ·Q JJftsf South When, declare!? then caahea Ms last trump, West could not discard safely .and South won the last four tricks. West should have realized that declarer could not possibly have the J-10 of hearts and play the hearts as ho did. He should therefore have returned a heart upon winning the ten with the king. West could also have saved the day by returning the queen of diamonds instead of a low one. This play would likewise have killed the squeeze. (0 1969, Kins Features Syndicate, Inc.) 4-15-6J PONYTAIL Tm staying out of the house as much as nossiblft until my father mails his income-tax return!" TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results, Try em. Just Dial 442-6242.

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