Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1974 · Page 13
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April 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 25, 1974
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sQ,VtE6W KW TO 00 IT rr WOULD Ha/Eio Be 4 FEET, 5 INCHES M OAMFTER AND 6 INCHES OeSR WAS THST7U- Y HAVE TO BE TO HOU OJT3J POUC ANO TVVENTV BLACKBIRDS 7 ARE V AIL DEPENPS. VOU A BOVPR1EI4DAND MANAGER... HE'S A BIS SHOT... HE HAS MANY MORE, SEE? X HAVE GOL'D COIWS ON rWY BRACELETS TOO. UA0U6 TO · ' HAIR9SAJN50 SCHSMf HOW DO VOU COIN'IT'" J gXPgCTTOMAKe A UIVJN'? ~ TH£ ?«0e WHAT sou? «e -wvoauRT WOK SAIP NOT ia wawy "sour NOTWN' "AMU* MEPiWftC i is eow'.voauRT MHHTATIM'TO HE HUNS OUT TH 1 WASHiW PER ME THIS HE SHORE IS-- I HEflR TELL SHERIFF TflIT IS CflMPfllSNIN 1 6XTRV HflRD PER RE-EIECTIOW. THEFIBTTH1MG TO KNOW ISTHAT I'M ONE MOHEV HAI EVRRVTMIHG// PRESENTING O. SiOBLE McGESTURE ID AN INFLATION BAR IS DOOMED/ TD THINK THATSOMEWHERE THERE'S HALF A PERSON RUM N INKS AROUND THE AVERAGE FAMILV TODAY CONSISTS OF PEOPLE ' m -BdfereJIorMrt/ PUNCH r antjUBf WAS W CONTINUOUS USE fOR. 1.112 VEARS ID BE ADOPTED STSAN6ER, ESKIM3 TRIBE IN BAFRH IJM) N THE ARCTIC, MUST EXCHANSE PUKCHES WITH A MEMBER OT THE TRIBE 0)1 THEK BARE SHOUIDKWWS OHfCfmiMGim Up FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which 1 your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRI., APHIL 26, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some challenges indicated in your work area. To handle. study ALL psychological factors. Ycur motivations as well as those of others will be an essential part of the picture. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Leave nothing to chance; stress your innate meticulousness for detail and accuracy. In discussions, try to persuade gently, not with force. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You may make a discovery-both unexpected and profitable. Your clue lies in reading between the lines, studying the "fine print." CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Do not conclude a matter before all facts are known or a full chance for research given. You could be tricked into inaccurate moves if not wary. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Stellar influences beneficent. Dovetail activities with those of associates. Joint performances, p r o p e r l y planned, should produce fine results. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Be extremely' careful to dis- dcriminate between rumor and fact, not to accept hearsay as accurate information. Some deceptive trends, prevail. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Aspects not too friendly. Be tactful in spsech, cautious in finalizing agreements. Some tricky spots indicated. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Mixed influences. Some fine advantages possible, but it will be important to watch th budget and not to overcommi yourself to future expenditures SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) E s p e c i a l l y f a v o r e . now; speedup action on pending projects; making revisions i ventures that didn't quite jpl previously, real estate interests CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan Friends and associates ar working for you in the back irofit from some efforts yo lave long since forgotten. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 13 Some interesting situation indicated, but certain tediou matters will require attcntio nonetheless. Pep them up wit one of those ingenious "twists at which you are so adept. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some trends changing. Syn chronize your activities t accomodate. Curb a tendenc to become overly emotional i a relatively unimportant situa tion. YOU BORN TODAY are on of the most artistic of all th artistic Taureans--and one the most ptActie'alf too. If yo choose painting as a career even as an avocation--you work will be imaginative an colorful; or, should you choos writing, your style will be wilt and brilliant. You have a grea love for heritage and tradition would make an outstanding his torian; also, strongly attracte to the outdoors and all livin things, you could shine as a agriculturist, botanist or vel erinarian. You are also humanitarian at heart; coul make a great success in an branch of the medical field o in causes aimed at helping th underprivileged. Birthdate ol E u g e n e Delacroix, Frenc painter; Anita Loos, writer. I have an ulcer of the tomach and I adhere to my diet. My wife Insists that rooking cigarettes is respon- iblc for the attacks that I get. Once and for all, would you clear up this matter for me so that she can stop nagging me? Mr. H.T., Mo. Dear Mr. T.: The newer knowledge about he relationship betwen cigarette smoking and ulcers of the stomach and deodenum seems o substantiate your wife's icientific insight. Before I give you the medical acts let me add that nagging s not usually helpful to anyone who suffers with stomach ilcers. Your emotional response :o nagging may, in a measure, contribute to your discomfort, for it is well recognized that emotions are intimately related to peptic ulcers. UI.CER CAUSE Very recently, an excellent report was issued in the "New England Journal of Medicine." Dr. Gary D. Friedman, of Oak- and, Calif., positively identified cigarette smoking as one of the causes of ulcers, and the reason why they sometimes fail to heal. In fact, he and his colleagues pointed out that "cigarette smoking appears to reduce the Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1. Outdoor shelter 5. PalUd 8, Household needs 12. Despise 13. Hebrew priest 14. Exchange premium 15. STiarif 16. Kennedy's press secretary 18. Hand over Zfl. Social class ZL Beetle 32. Weight 23. Tendon 36. Contributed 30. Mr. Gorsiiwin 31. Taste 32. Be in debt 33. Feels remorseful 36. Metallic disk 38. -- Khan 39. Thing (law) 40. Incites 43. Elastic bands 47. Learned 49. Moroccan coin 50. British queen St, literary collection 52. Italian river 53. Deneb 54. Pronoun 55. Latvian DOWN . L Furnisher! with choos 2. Harness part 3. And others (abbr.) 4. Ridicule 5. German river 6. Wing- like 1. Nothing 8. Fruit 9. Ova 10, Danish legislature ILPainfoI 17. Image 19. Promise Avenge time- of MlaUon: 23 mta* Arrwor to yesterday's paste. IKS. Summit 23. Title 24. Wrath 25. Inferior horse 26. Underworld god 27. Tiny child 28. Female sheep 29. Informal room 31. Swine's pen 34. Informer (slang) 35. Otherwise 36. Through* 37. Starry 39. Detection device 10. Exclamation 41 Inclination 42. Volcanic mountain 43. Biological factor 44. Emerald Isle 45. Rave 46. Opening 48. Stadium sound ·10 2Z n 20 Arkunuu VrMiS, [hur«iay,April U. 1974 AvrrriviLLi, AHKANIAS »r -r- »-» "» ESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Wife Seeks Help For Stomach Ulcer Bouts iiiiiniiiiiNHiiiiiiNiiiniMiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiifliM efficacy of antacids «a reatment of peptie uleori/' My suggestion G i v « . smoking and your wife can 0 up nagging Is It all right to talc* totibf»v iics « long time for acne? »W , skin seemi better, but I havy an itching sensation on my ikia "" that I never had' befer*. Miss FR B , PeniL* Dear Misj B ' Itching of the skm may hj| one of the evidences of sensitive' -eaction to long-time antibioti* treatment ^ ' Some drugs that normally di"' not call forth an alter «i? response may produce one after ' a lengthy time It is for fhii » reason that doctors rarely Jf ever, simply prescribe an.antf-" biotic mdefinitelv i DRUGS CHANGED ' ' Often drugs and antibiotic* are changed from time to t|«t to avoid the possibility of side effects. Sometimes, a short' interval without dru« 'JV recommended in otiJer IH ' reduce the possibility of sideii reactions Then the d r u g ' C M be started again. . , · Speaking of your health-j- Breakfast is-an important meat. · Make it a more nutritious on**' than doughnuts dunked in coffee. , n i si! ill :ii: iriii'iriniii iniiii iiii'iii'iiFSiffli^isiiiiiiii.iiia B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Mauler* 1 Individual Championship Play) iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiioiiniiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiniiiiiiiiiRiiiniminiMi South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH *Q 6 5 3 WEST *G V 6 5 3 2 V W 9 8 7 * J 7 5 * A W * A K 9 4 2 +J108T SOUTH * K 1 0 8 7 5 2 " A K Q 4 * 9 6 3 The bidding: South West Nortt 1 * Pass 2 * 2 V pass 34 Opening lead -- king of clubs. There is some difference of opinion about what constitutes a percentage play, but often the question is more a matter of semantics than arithmetic. Assume you're in four spades and West leads the king of clubs. You ruff and play a spade to the queen, losing to East's ace. Back comes a club, which you ruff again. You lead a heart to the jack, Bast return a spade on which Ea,«* t plays the nine/ and now taca i a crucial decision Do you play the ten or the king? ( « The, so called percentage plajffi is 'the king -- because mathe,; matically East will be dealt th» . A-9 more often than the A .1-9, v But the proper play -- considering the hand as a whole,, rather than only the spade 1 suit -- is the ten There is the very best of reasons for playing th* , ten, namely, that you .goarantM the contract if you finesse and run the risk of g6mg down if you don't Note that in th* actual han4 r when.:you finesse the'ten wiris and you easily make the hand, by' scoring five spades, fou* hearts and a diamond. , But note also that if the tea, loses to the jack you ar$,, equally on firm ground In tfjaf' case, your only losers wauld of. two spades and a diamond --^ since you can discard threV diamonds from dummy en th« A-K-Q of hearts and trim restrict yourself to one diamond loser. , In the actual hand, if' yoV play the king of spades instead of the ten, go down agaun proper defense East wins yam diamond lead to the p.ueen,^ cashes the jack of iijwdei, returns the .ten, of diamond!, and in that way finishes ywp off. The so-called percenfta* play would.fall. ' 1 PONYTA1L "I think Penrod has a crush on roe... belike* tte i my molecules are arranged!" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Header* reipond mor* given complete, or definite Infornutfon. . MAKE IT EASY for the r««d«r-pTo«p«ct to IMA. jut. All III Insert your telephone number or your n«m« «ntt ·«or»w. « T»» rio nnt have regular hour*. |lv* a pr»«rT«d tlm« to hftv« pl«av«MI cat! you. PLACE YOURSELF In the reader'! position and uat jour*** ·*·*.'· you v/nuld like to know (about your »M*r). Th« anMW |**A' give will make · food claulfled ad. ' WANT ADS THAT VAIL, to bring uttefaettofl t» *. xny lack of readenhlp, but hecauM th«y *» not Ml In/ormRtlon to xet prompt Action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION e«n ho Meun* t* t advertEsemont by orderlnx conj«cutEv* InMrtimui. Yov eaa MM y art In the event or reinlM and then pay only tor «»· »·»· It puhllihod There are al»o very p«cuf mitt to~ dtilrou* of keeping thalr n*nM r «(« k«M» *·'

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