eeriest,! KIP.', 1 THIS 15 A PUBUC FW6KOUNP ANP iVe COME ID ?lM IN THÂ£ 5ANP60X! GROWFF! ( s/sr WE CANT WAKEUNCA DONALD.' HE'LL BE LATE TO WORK' ROM THE ECRETTUNNE THE SADDLEBAGS ARE-DROPPED WTO THE OLD CISTERN. yyHEUTHE RfiURE REAPPEARS. WHO WHAT VOU \S SM\KCM9Of/, , 6-MWTHeseCffiTAHYOP | 5TATt 15 OUR OWN PCWM C*FORBfiNAIÂ« v , exArt.y/j SUCH A 0ROAP-MIN060 MAN" HANPUN'TKKtlSH fOM\6H AFFAIRS SO PISCREeny? AN"MÂ»I Hg SOTMAIWlBP-- " IT AIN'T RiSHT MISTER AN'MIZ lHBerTB*WUZ FIGKTIN'LIKE CATS AN' OO6S THISMORW1M THEVCflRTED MISTER LEDBETTER OFFTOTH 1 VET PERHAPS THESE NEW SURROUNDINGS THE ROYAL SUITE OF COURSE// ITS THE MANAGER WISHING YOU A SPLENDID NIGHTS steep OH THa PINEST ENTIRE SUITE INWTZ-SNARLTON DEMOLISHED Doctors are now frantic-, ally attempting to extract; handful by handful,the contents of an entire feather mattress from the managers thrpat- allegedly stuffed into him by an enraged . ST0MPITY, e' THIS OMB' ISN'T SOIMS TO MAKE MUCH OF A KOBE MtoA// LOCK AT AtU EVEM ZERO SHOULD BS ABLE 70 'SET ONE TOPAV/ MOTHER, ' WHY ARE YOU BLOWING UP -CrfiL / _ THAT BIG 1 COULDM'r WAKE PADDY UP, SO I'M GOIMS TO POP IT IN rt HIS EAR c* IIP"^ NOW; AS SOON H ( AS HE COMES OUr .-Â» OF SHOCK HEl f^kV. BEAWAK6 *-^Believe ft or Nat/ FAKIR. OF KARACHI, PAKISTAN, ' AS A CHILDjMADE HIS ARMS AND HANDS USELESS FOREVER EY 18 YEARS A MAIDEN 1 YEAR fl WIFE 1 DAY A MOTHER THEN I. LOST MV UFE iiiiiiiiiinuiiiiH^^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. High Blood Pressure Is Easily Tested EplTflPH of- Flonana Forbes 7*** 1 S 1(0 THE -.SOUTHERN PACIFIC, "WAS GIVEN THAT NAME BECAUSE TREES ON ITS ROCK/SURFACE ^OOAT ///Â«f PORCUPINE QlllLLS FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SAT., AUG. 10 AIRES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Think constructively and reckon with all possible eventualities before undertaking any new nterprise. In fact, day will be etter for routine matters than ir unusual ventures. AURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Mixed influences. All activi- es will have to be well-organi- ed before you can proceed effi- ently. Emphasize composure, ood judgment, delicacy of pproach. EMINI (May 22 to July 21) Favorable Mercury influences .ve you many advantages, but ou must promote your 0' iterests to keep the ball oiling, of course. Romance avored. ANGER (June 22 to July 23) Take constructive action on project vyhich you may have ad in mind for some time. ith good preparation, you " b e able to put it over Northwest Arkanwt TIMES, Friday, Aug. 9, 1974 FAVETTEVILLC, ARKANSAS Whenever I get nervous or upset with my children I get Â» throbbing headache. I feel hat my head will burst open. Dould high blood pressure do this? Mrs. G.V., Miss. Dear Mrs. V.: Yes, .indeed it could. But there need be no speculation about it because a b l o o d pressure reading is probably :he simplest .and accessible test. most readily This brings me to a message Lhat all doctors want brought to the attention of people. High blook pressure is a dangerous condition when untreated and neglected. There was a time when hypertension (high pressure) could only with bed rest. hould ow. EO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Good solar influences should make this a highly stimulating ay. But don't overtax yourslef. flake some time for relaxation. /IRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Give consideration to ideas nd methods that "clicked" efore, and could again. Add bit of glamour to preseata- ons. Be optimistic. ,IBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) A day in which to emphasize o u r ' distinctiveness anc inesse; for doing things in an musual way. Fine influences your outgoing per- .timulate ionality. 5CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Avoid present tendencies toward brusqueness, even sarcasm, in conversation with others. Personal relationships under some affliction: Don'l make things worse. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) Indications that some highly interesting news from a pro fessional friend could affec your activities next week - anc most profitably! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) A generally good rlay, but be alert and don't fall tor proposi lions offered by those who have proved unreliable in the past. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A splendid period in which to plan home improvements also to give serious thought to a property deal. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) E s p e c i a l l y favored now personal relationships, homi and family concerns, romance and social activities. You shouk have a bright day! YOU BORN TODAY are ai innately enthusiastic, outgoing person; are well endowed ment ally and often achieve psysic ally as well as, fo rinstance in the world of snorts. Yours is a Sign of vibrance and magnanimity and it also endows you blood treated Today, there are excellent drugs which can keep the 'blow pressure well within norms and treatment can continue while patients go along with their normal activities. PRESSURE NUMBERS Many people have a strange ascination about Wood pressure numbers.-These numbers (read ings) ar emeaningful only to doctors. They compare then vitH the previous readings, am hus gain insight into the value of the drugs they are prescribing There are two blood pressur umbers. The first, or higher ne, is called the systolic blood pressure. This measures the iressure in the. arteries at the ime that the heart pumps blood nto them. The second,--or lower number* s called the diastolic. This indicates the pressure in the blood Â·essels in between each beat of the heart. It is for this reason that one hears reference o their blood pressure as 'being, 'or example, "120 over 80." In many instances, the lower, or diastolic, pressure is more sigV nificant than the higher one. Â» Numbers are always terrifyi ing to people who do not understand their aignifcance. One should not, therefore, compare one's own blood pressure numbers with those of another. ' NEED TREATMENT . Health agencies are relentless In their drive to flush out of hiding people who have un_recognized high blood pressured By bringing them out into tha open and beginning intensive treatment with drugs, diet, and rest, heart disease statistics and mortality from stroke can be significantly minimized. To reiterate: today high blood pressure in most instances is a controllable disorder. But it is only controllable if people are freed from their anxiety and seek the advice of their doctors. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Playl with great power, determination, idealism, keen intuition and foresight. Your personality fits you for leadership in many fields, but you must curb a tendency to be overbearing with others. Birthdate of: Herbert Hoover, 31st Pres., U.S.A.; Edie Fisher, singer. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer You are South, both sides vulnerable. The bidding has l]een: East South West North Pass Pass Pass 1 * Pass ? What would you bid now with each of the following four hands? 1.4KJ9862 VQ94 *KJ8 *10 2.AK9653 V6 Â«QJ5 *AQ74 3.484 Â¥7653 492 *AK842 4.45 VA982 *K3753 +A03 1. Two spades. A player who passes originally denies the values for an opening bid, but if he passes a near opening bid lie should in most cases identify the maximum pass as soon as possible. One way of doing that is by a jump-shift. Without the previous pass, response of one spade would be automatic, for this would be 100 per cent forcing. But with it he promising nature of the land can best be shown by a ump to two spades. Counting he heart fit, already estan- ished, and the excellent spades, here is a very good chance or game. The jump-shift alerts partner to this possibility. One spade.' In some respects this is even closer to a maximum pass than the previous hand, but, because of the heart misfit and the relativelj veak spades, you respond only one spade. The heart bia reduces the value of the hand and makes game uncertain i- despite tile 12 highcard points. The previous hand had only 10 points but was much more )romising -- because of the leart fit -- than this one with 12 points. 3. Two hearts. Some players would bid two clubs, blissfully gnoring the possibility". that partner might pass. It is far better to announce the heart support at once. This could induce a further bid by partner on a hand with whic line would pass a two club response. Two hearts is practically cen- to raise partner's .values ACROSS 1 Watch pocket 4 Forbid 1 Entreat 11 Affirm 13 Greek letter 14 Single 15 Western alliance abbr.) 16 Obtained 17 Affirmatives 18 Loose 20 Tropical tree 22 Actress Novak 24 Improve (colloq.) 23 Fish dish 32 City in Oklahoma 33 Actress Lange 34 Bolt's companion 38 Golf mounds 37 Total 39 Collects 41 Bank clerk 43 Deface Â« Retain 46 Defeat SO Routine 53 Merriment ' 55 Roman patrl6t 66 English river 57 Epoch 58 Entanglement 59 Portion 60 Corded fabric 61 Neon DOWN 1 Winnows 2 Elliptical 3 Greek letter 4 Plead 5 Above 6 Brazilian seaport 7 Pilgrim's landing place 8 Menu item 9 Miscellany 10 Affirmative Avg. solution time: 25 min. fe U.S. artist 19 Young goat 21 Land parcel 23 Chess pieces 25 Swiss painter 26 Employer 27 Go by 28 Young child 29 Sharpen 30 Precious gem 31 Floor covering 35 Headwear 38 Confederate general 40 Marble 42 Allude 45 Chaste 47 Sounded 48 Portico 49 Tiny children 50 Knock Â·51 Eggs "52 High hill Answer to yesterday's puzzle,' 54 Siesta 18 12. 48 2 or 3 points stir him 'into and may thus bidding again. while two clubs could leave his values unchanged and cause him to pass. 4. Four hearts. Considering the trump fit and the attractive 5-4-3-1- distribution, this hand now ranks as a full opening bid. The rule that an opening bid facing an opening bid means a game is therefore applied by going directly to four hearts. .' A raise to three hearts would be overly cautious. A double raise by a passed player is not forcing, and you migiht get left at the post by bidding only three hearts. This could too easily prove to be short of the mark. PONYTAIL "I'll bet you thought I was putting you on when I phoned and told you I had a new car!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, give fun description aw start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel it when results are obtained. You'll only be' charged for the actual number of days the ad ran.
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