Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 25, 1974 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 25, 1974
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completely * J 7 5 THERE'S HER HOUSE-IT'S A NICE HOUSE- WHY WOtfl.P SOME 6IRL- WHO LIVES IN A NICE HOOSS ' LIKE THAT WANT TO ARX061ZETO A NOTHING-PERSON LIKE ME? HER VOCE ON THE TELEPHONE SOIWEO VERY NICE-SHE'S PK08Aft.f REAL Cl^£...U)ELL, THAT MEANS THERE'S ONLY ONE TWN6 FOR A1E To CO.. HOLD YOUR HEAD HIGH, YOUNG- MAN, AND YOU WON'T LOOK LIKE A LOSER 1 CECIL D. MARSHALL ' OF KEW fiARDEMS, N.Y, HAS NOT MISSED A MONTHLY ·MEETING OF THE NEW YORK CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ASSN OF ACCOUNTANTS W-42 CHURCH OF NOTRE PWE IN BORDEAUX FRAWCE, WAS BUILT IN THE \7ih CENTURY AS A KEPLICA, OF THE CHURCH OFJfSUS M -ROME. ITALY OKa, JUSrWANTTDS-SAVK _Z DiDNT MEAN ALL THOSE ^ Z5 NAMES ICALLED YOU IN THE DEAD END .Aumsvflle 66 RIGHT SffX,l£m. OPPONENT UUX Submitted by Emery F.Tobin. FRANCES DRAKE Your Horoscope THEM IF SOMETHING HAPPENED TO HER, VOU'D INHERIT HER ESTATE. YOU'RE AWSS fRlLLVS ONLY ANYTHING. BUT , BABV...UKE FAILING OUT OF-A-W1NPOW... OR INTO -THAT OLD CISTERN. enthusiasm and good will. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRIDAY, JULY 2G, 1874 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Emphasize your stability. Many will look to you for support and guidance. Without ov- /WAUW MINNIE? capture the attention aims, so polish up your wares and your personality. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) 20) Mixed planetary influences Good opportunities for advance It may be easier for you lo ment abound in your area handle unusual or difficult tasks you may have to search them now than to make progress in routine affairs. Curb a tendency terests highly favored. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. ID! A period of adjuslmcnt. Profi toward recklessness. GEMINI (May 22 to. June 21) v A eke MOO, cme wx understanding approach matters will be needed for best nance position, insure gains. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Mixed Influences. Check impulsive comments, action. You conld step into trouble wilh little effort thorugh wrong or heedless tactics. YOU BORN TODAY have been endowed with a high order of intellect, unusual versatility ami boundless ambition. You ble, but don't add fuel fire. · CANCER (June 22' to July 23) Stand firm on principles and back good intentions with ACTION! You have a good chance now to profit by your many talents and fine gift of organization. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) status and Hie good things of life; will by putting forth best efforts in! work unremittingly to accumu- llale the Ihings you want -- and your own field. This is BJERVT1ME I OPEN MV BIG MOUTH,SHE PUTS I -- FOOT IW IT usually attain them. You .have a f l a i r for the dramatic a n d would make an outstanding wri- good period ventures. ; VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) I flM SO GOltf'J (W'THftT BE THAT" VOL) filW'T GOIW TO WOCflRD GRMETOWI6HT ter. playwright, painter, states- You may little extra, be asked to to change a organization and management, however, you have a tendency to start things and drop Ihcm when you lose If it won't interfere with urgent considerations, be agreeable. ' LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You won't f i n d any hiding lo curb Ihis Irait is one which could tile way of your ul- place for your problems, so you might just as well them and work them out. do so in a relaxed manner with no anxiety. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. timate accomplishment. Avoid, toward obsti- insistcncc on all inclinations nacy and an having your own way. Birthdate np lo yourself now. You won't dramatist, critic; have much nlanetary help, but YOU can light up the fires X? \e A TKlie \ KtJOWA 'Y/OLF HERD" / A FELLA THATLIKSS BUT A "WONDER «XF MUST BE/MEAN ENOJ6H TOSEWDA PANTHER ' up A TKBEI! il Beach 23 Whiskers 24 Equip- 25 Turkish officer 26 Orienial coin 2S Insect . ISO electrical unit 31 Lair 32 -- I.e- Gallienne 33 Hebrew letter 3(5 Gratify 37 Search for food 10 Sports 42 Decree 43 Actor: George DOWN 1 -- boom 2 -- Loos 3 Railroad station 4 Radio amateurs 5 Banished 6 Of the kidneys 7 Masculine name S Dance step 0 International language 10 Snare 11 Epoch 17 River in Africa 45 Bleak 47 Understanding 48 Colonial volunteer 52 Time of life 53 Diminish 54 Personality 55 Masculine nickname 56 Compiler of a thesaurus 57 Stitch 58 English cathedral town ACROSS I Sorrowful 4 Pronoun 7 Suppose 12 United Sharp tool 14 I/mg-legged bird 15 Pinch 16 Gopher - State 18 Japanese name 19 Killed 20 Felines 22 Cloth measure 23 Rural sounds 27 Possessed 29 Become visible 31 Devil 34 Biblical plotter 35 Turns inside out 37 In behalf of 38 Title 39 Past 41 Italian actress YOU SAV YOUR wee YOU ', COMB- C!?AWUW6 gA£K TO Avg. solution time: 22 mm. ·II Foe 15 Printer's mark ·It) He cognize ·18 Deface. ·!9 Nigerian native 50 Inferior horse 51 Siioshonoan Indian X ALWAYS- TrtoU6r!T t CAME UP WHEN HE CRITICIZED AFTER WHY UP -rrie TOO? MOT PAY; A PU0UC DISPLAY OF ti\$ SULK Answer to yesterday's PRAMATIC APPEAL fOZ (5VMPATJV IS THAT ANY REASON TO l U3WERYOUR DOG'SSTANDARP OF UVINe? CANDIED HEARTS )}»"' OF ARTICHOKES FOR CANINES ; I CANT EVEW AFFORD SOMCTHINe LIKE THAT FOR MYSELF MOW HERE'S A NEU/ GOURMET FOOD FOR 18 'O Northwest-Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., July 15, 1974 FAYETTEVIULE. ARKANSAS _ LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Marijuana \s Linked With Drug Addiction never believed it was 1 possible that one of our children could have been picked up as a drug pusher. Our shock is so great that I want to share it with other families, hoping (hat they can benefit f r o m our aspects of lliis problem is that many adults and youngsters nave ghastly experience. Dear Mr.-M.: Such parental Mr. H.M., Ohio disbelief is understandable. iVhen confronted ).v such an unhappy experience, parents wonder how active, healthy parents of themselves entered the marijuana smoking scene. Adults' using be less transition marijuana \rnay to inaUe the are the to hard drugs teenagers who than are playing the game of cxperi- adolescents, c o m i n g "amilics of education cultivation, could have fallen iito the trail of narcotics. S o c i a l scientists doctors educators antl have made it clear that youngsters who come from homes in ovey level of society may f a l l prey to the temptation of drugs. CUKliVfi ADDICTS There is no single answer to the immense prohlcnv of controlling and curing addiction. There is, however, a single important solution, and that is prevention. Some terrifying aspects of Irug addiction are traced to the o v e r w h e l m i n g u s e ol marijuana. I know that this will 'ie denied by the sophisticated t'oimg people who know all the answers and speak freely of the lonaddiclive qualities of mari . One of the most distressing Tlirill-secliing t e e n a g e r s plunge into the dope habit with terrifying rapidity. The use ht .amphetamines, cocaine and from even heroine is often the follow- and Hip [ 0 the use of marijuana. NOT ADDICTIVE Ask any of these young adults and they will tell yon wilh psychiatrists 'scientific" definitiveiiess that narijuana does no harm and not addictive. Wrong. More ·\nd · more scientific evidence is iccuinulating lo show that there ire distinct body changes that ire dangerous lo those who jcrsislenily smoke marijuana. When Iheso same people point :o the use of alcohol and compare it wilh marijuana they .eem to forget thai one wrong doesMot juslify another. F a m i l i e s must crilically examine the social behavior patterns of their children and constantly be aware of their activilies. Only in Ihis way can Ihe early recognition he made by children who are becoming "hooked" by the clutching, compelling claws of drug addiction. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) East dealer. East-West vulnerable. NORTH A K 4 3 V A 7 6 5 3 2 « 7 5 WEST 6 Q J 10 8 A J 9 4 2 EAST A A 2 ^ D 4 Q 10 8 G 3 K 9 6 4 2 SOUTH ( 6 Q J 1 0 9 8 7 5 V K 4 . « K *10 8 3 The bidding: South West Pass Norlh 4 * queen of Opening lead hearts. good bridge player lives in theoretical state of fear always afraid t h a t if anything an go wrong it will go wron. Actually, his fears seltlon laleriali/e - and he knows this cry well - but just the same assumes bis finesses will fai nil that each suit will h ivided unfavorably. He Ihen rocccds to shape his play to try to overcome e v e r j uch possibility. In effect, ha lopes for the best but prepares or the worst. Here is a 'typical case. West eads the queen of hearts, won v i t l i the king, and declarer. ]ays the jack of trumps, won i.v East with the ace. East ·elurns a diamond, the king osing to the ace, and West eturns Ihe jack of hearts. It is at this point lhat declarer's metllc is put to tho est. If he blithely plays t h e ace from dummy, East ruffs "it to produce the third trick "or the defense and later scores l club trick to put the contract down one. Granting that -such a result would fall into the category of ad luck, the fact remains that declarer should not play the ace of hearts at trick four, but should play a low heart instead. He should not risk having the ace ruffed, but should prolect :]imse]f against that possibility . ducking the jack of hpa'-'s. This play assures tho contract - since the hearts can be established by a ruff regardless of what West plays next - and (here cannot he a better reason for ducking the heart than the fact that it guarantees ten iricks. It would seem that a gloomy philosophy in approaching Ihis game called bridge will sometimes help. Perhaps Schopen- hauer would have been a very good bridge player! PONYTA1L "I'm supposed to tell you that if you have the price of two cheeseburgers and two movie tickets, you're welcome to come in!" SAVINGS GALORE! Smart shoppers first check the hundreds of advertised values that appear doily in this newspaper. . . .and save a big bundle on food, clothing, cars, everything! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 110 a day!

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