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April 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 26

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Believe/tortfot/ WHAT ARE WE CONNA DO, PRACTICE OUR LOSING?! /THAT WAS JUST A WHO WAS TURNED INTO A WEEPING- STATUE BVZBIS -IS THE NAME GIVEN TO A NATURAL ROCK HEAD AT MAM ISA IN ASIATIC TURKEY; WHICH IS SO POROUS THAT WAT£R SEEPS WILLIAMS IM A LETTERT TO A NEWSPAPER N MADE THE FIRST ESTION FOR OBSERVANCE OP SHE PKOPOSEP THAT IT BE OBSERVED EACH v APR r\ FOR MANY YEflRS AiABAMA GEORGIA MISSISSIPPI AND FLORIDA CELEBRATED MEMoWALPAV DM APRIL 26th THREE TIMES.' WHY? GONG OUT FOR POPCORN, CANDV AND DRINK5.WEHAD TO KEEP GOING XCK TO SEE WHAT WE MISSED TF LARVA OF THE GORETHRA WSKT, SEIZES AND CRUSHES US PREY WITH 2 HOOKED ARMS 6POWM6 OUTOFfrSfOREHEAD WHAT'S THE IDEA OF SETTING HOME- 6O FROM THE MATINEE? WE HAD TO STAY TO SEE IT THREE TIMES.' FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope OLD COINS, ^iTHOUGHT ROME,GREECE/ SO. 1 LIKE PERSIA-- / 010 COINS 50LIP GOIP. A MYSELF. ALIO, YANK, vou LIKE ISTANBUL? VOU LIKE BELLY PANCE?^ TASTICj YOU 6EEMTO BE MY NECKLACE. Look in the section in which Ceeping your objectives within your birthday comes and reasonable bounds, however -what your outlook is, according and working toward them only -- will be your winning ticket. FOR THURS., APRIL 25, 1974 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Opposition to your ideas could Watch your competition care- cause some indecisiveness but, ' fully. Indications are that some employed. Alert, however, you CAPRICORN 20) Attempts to alleviate an eco- TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) A new contact made now can be diverting as well as thought nomic situation should be most provoking. In fact, you TW6N PONT _ JUS" STANP THERE'" find personal relationships general highly stimulating. of another may even be p u t t HEARP TBtU THAT IN VOUR MINP ONE CAN PLY LIK6 A0IBD eVVOOURT MJPJTATIH'. at your disposal. I CAN MEPITATe' GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Confusion could result if you ·' -- ' -- * : -- -- '- sh^rp, practical outlook instructions, mis- any way. A day interested. Take the situation. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) _., .._,,. .. for checking all situations. Don't expect associates to be amenable to p r o a c h e s situations will call for extreme delicacy in handling. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) important part in day's activities. Much will depend on your eUER v TH!N6 I GOT VMUTHSfWIN'lS RLREflDVINTH' WOODS!! GRflB BJER'THkNG Don't split hairs discussions ance. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) PftWllTHflR'S A ROCKSUDEH6flDlN FERTH 1 tendences Sidestepping Northwest Arkaniat TIMES, Wed., April 24, 1974 · PAVITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS 27 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Doctor Should Treat Food Poisoning Victims !ll!!ll!!in!lll!lll!l!lll![|l!llll!«l!IUUIIIIII!!lllJ!llll!llll!ll!]ll!llll[|^ z ea O. NOBLE MCGESTURE ) h ISCOMIN'FUM T---^ VHVIDEELSPORT \ TO SPEAK TO US.'/ ) ·· -s IT'S A HONOR US V EV'RVBODV GOTTA LOOK OH, HOW UB'RUL OF HIM/.'' ( E S THAR BEST/.' HE SO LOVES ( US PORE FOLKS IT'D BREAK. / HIS HEART TO SEE US (LOOKIN RATS DOMT DESARVE' toward .. _ obliga tions (not normal with you) anc trying to bluff your way through could have unfortunate results. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) An excellent period in which tablish the basis for a settled way of life. Plan all moves wisely and with future security in mind. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) If you txpect too much, day m a y prove disappointing lit fc o 111 ce PutoND! k DOMf JUST STAND THERE/ TAN6LSFOOT7 ^tomwmi ea u ca START TO EAT TrtAT PIE PEMIMPS MB TriAT UAVENT geeN ON WHAT EATIN PIE HAVE TO PO WlTt4 MY ON a \ n AS A MILKMAN, MAYBE VOU CAN ANSWER A QUESTION FOR ME '^-^ ' I DOES YOUR MILK COME FROM GUERNSEYS, JERSEYS OR MOLSTEINS? I -JUST CALL THEM xf MOO-COWS A great deal of confusion seems to exist about the condition popularly called "ptomaine poisoning." Many people use this term loosely to describe any form of food poisoning. Actually, ptomaines are poisons that are derived from decaying animal matter. These can be very toxic, and produce the common symptoms typical of all food poisoning. Technically, food poisoning is an inflammation of the lining of the stomach and the intestines. It Is known as "gastroenteritis." This may be caused by immoderation in eating overindulgence 1 n alcohol allergy to certain foods, or to irritation by an Intestinal virus SPOILED FOODS Food poisoning can resul from spoiled shellfish, inedible mushrooms, food contaminatec by insecticides or spoiled by in adequate refrigeration. Cus tards and dishes prepared wit] mayonnaise are most vulner able to poor refrigeration. Botulism, considered as fooc poisoning, is a very acut severe and dangerous infectioi caused by eating foods tha contain the organism Clostric ium botulinum. Fortunately this is a rare type of food po: soiling. The symptoms of plomain poisoning and other food po onlng closely rcsemhle each thcr. The onset Is abrupt and s associated with headaches, muscle aches, nausea, 'diarrhea nd abdominal cramps. When contaminated food U aten, usually more than on» erson is affected by this dls- ressing combination of symp- ~ There is a temptation for eople to use cathartics, purges and laxatives without proper direction. This simply adds the danger of losing more flujd and complicating the problem. The best temporary treatment s to try to sip small quantities of cold ginger ale or other carbonated drinks. This will replenish the fluids lost. MANY VARIETIES Since there are so many varieties of food poisoning and so many possibilities, self-medication is not the sensible way for this condition to be treated. Very often, doctors will ask their paleints to try to get a sample of the food that was suspected as the cause of the onset of these symptoms., In this way it is possible, by 'culture and study, to pinpoint the cause and establish the exact form of treatment. Speaking of your heaflh... Great friends should be kept as great friends and not used as part-time doctors. 1 B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Financial matters favored -a.m. On the score, however, you may run into a bit of difficulty in a romantic situation. YOU BORN TODAY are with a fine intellect, remarkable powers of intuition and outstnading creativity. You are inventive and could go far in technical fields; could also excel at engineering, chemistry or architecture. You have a great love of beauty, are imaginative and idealistic, almost to a fault. An unusual number of Taureans often take up art as an avocation and wind up making it a vocation, though they are quite capable of carrying on two careers simultaneously. Traits to curb: obstinacy and a tendency to be dictatorial. Birthdate of: Ed- North dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * 6 5 3 V K J 2 * A J 4 . A J 8 7 4 ward R. Morrow, mentator; Ella news corn- Fitzgerald, s i n g e r ; Guglielmo Marconi, inventor of wireless telegraphy. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1. Auction 5. Behave 8. Pant 12. English river 13. Scottish explorer M. Word in Mark 15:34 15. Create 17. Brad 18. Peer Gynt's mother 19. Artificial language 20. Roman official 21. Tibetan gazelle 22. Monk's title 23. Civet-like animal 26. Strip o£ honors 30. Solar disk (var.) 31. Girl of song 32. Post 33. In India, anon- Moslem 35. Old World sandpiper 36. Myrna 37. Lettuce 38. Belts 41. Discussion, today 42. Soak flax 45. Ancient country 46. Omar and George 48. Level to the ground 49. Siamese coin 50. Bulging pot 51. Man in Genesis 52. Durocher 53. Beverage DOWN 1. Icelandic tale 2. The birds 3. Solitary 4. Compass reading 5. Plowed land 6. Roman patriot 7. Head of the fairway 8. French police 9. Asiatic mountains 10. Besmirch 11. Rug feature 16. Uprising Average lime of oolnlion: 26mln. 1NIAIPI Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 20. Work unit 21. Two from Verona Z2, Professional charge 23. Joke 24. Summer on the Seine 25. Not: a prefix 26. Payable 27. Swiss river 28. Expire 29. Wapiti 31. Cunning 34. Bombydd moths 35, European shark 37. Division of poem 38. Cipher 39. Pearl Buck heroine 40. Space org. 41. Network 42. Chest sound 43. Swiss measure 44. Peter, for one 46.Fourqts. 47. -- Roy SOUTH * A 9 8 V A Q 10 8 6 3 · 3 4 4 5 2 The bidding: North East South West 1* Pass I V Pass 2 V Pass 4 V Opening lead -- king ol diamonds. A player cannot consistently make inferior percentage plays and expect to come out on top Occasionally an inferior play succeeds, or does no harm, but n the long haul the player who sticks to percentages does excedingly well. Take this hand where West ed a diamond and declarer saw 12 18 36 41 22 37 17 10 26 WEST 4Q102 ¥ 9 7 4 * K Q 10 7 2 + Q3 EAST *K J 7 4 ¥ 5 4 9 6 5 3 * K 10 9 6 he would lose four tricks --.two spades, a diamond and a club-- inless he did something about So he won the diamond with' the ace and led the ace and another club, hoping to find the suit divided 3-3 and thus establish two club tricks. 1 West look the (jueen, cashed the queen of diamonds, land shifted to a low spade, the king 'orcing the ace. Declarer played a trump to the jack ;and ruffed a club high, but when West showed out, South hacl to go down one. ' Had declarer gotten lucky, he would have made the contract. The clubs might h a v e been divided 3-3 -- this occurs. 36 per cerit of the time -- ; b u t they weren't. The fact is that South did not adopt the best percentage play- He should have made allowance for a 4-2 club division as well the 3-3 possibility. This would have raised his chapces to about 80 per cent. ; Upon taking the ace- of diamonds, he should hav« played a low club from dummy, not the ace. He could later play a club to the ace and ruff a ib high, after which he ejiulu enter dummy with a trumpiand ruff another club high. ; Dummy's jack would thus become established as a trick. Then, after drawing trumps -ending In dummy -- he could discard a spade on the jack of clubs to make the contract. ' C Kin, r.iM,.S,n !««, 1974. VolU ri|Ku "... And as I'm going out the door, her father hands me a BILL for the bologna sandwich I had just eaten!" 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