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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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NOT AN 1 /MORE... I'M',-. FOU.OUIN6 THE AWCE OF THEOCttft ROOSEVELT..," SPEAK SOFTIY, AND CARRY A BEAGLE." WHAT HAPPENS IF ^OWEET SOMEONE WHO STEAKS SOFTlY AN7 CARRIES-A ST.KRNARP? f FIVE DOUAB6/ VVHAT-OO.SOO VOUMINO I NEED THE r (FWEFOR?J WELL.BOVQHOW DOV3U UK£ THE FKW60AT RIDE?/ .WHATIF VOU SHOULD ACCIDENTAU-Y HAPPEN"- G1VING us FIVE DOLLARS? ME? WHY.iM ROSCO SWEENEV. MISS M1MKIE HIRED BUZ. AMD ME /BY DlNGiES, AMP S«Jt CAUGHT "OU RED-* 1 r TH6ieAST VOU) WV.Utt-j I HAMDED STEALING M\SSMINMmS. CAN Dp 1S10/ CERTWMIY/ .TREASURED ' HIWNMX rBelieve ft or Noil THE OF WE JUN 21MT TRIBE OP MONfiOL!A,WAS THE LAST MEMBER OFWtWt-TY TO WHIPPING BOY SQUIRREL USES ITS TAIL AS A SUNSHADE, flW UMBRELLA AND A BLANKET LESTER L, COLEMAN, M. D. Cobra Vetiom May Reduce Heart Damage MACAO, IS WOT A CHURCH « IT IS MERELY A FACADE 6-io _,,,.__._. WOULD VEDRAP f SHORE IT OFF PER ME, ISHDRE IJRlflH.UUHEM VE GO BV-TH' : : ' DOC'S OFFICE? DADBORW DOCTOR BILL!! 15 ROUNDS } FOR THE, ^ FEATHERWeiSHT FISTIC PROBLEM PERHAPS A HARMLESS SPORTING EVENT WILL SOOTHE IW NERVES? A STRANGER LEPT INTO THE RING LAST N16HT AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, AND POUNDED THE LIVING OAYUSHTS OUT OF BOTH CHALLENGER AND CHAMPION AND THEN BEAT A BLOODY PATH THROUGH A CROWD OP ' TERRIFIED SPECTATORS. ' FISTIC AUTHORITIES NOW INSIST THE STRANGER NOW LEGALLY HOLDS THE FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE- I'VE DONE SO AWNY MY FEET ARE SETTIrJS FLAT' THINK lit PLAY SOME 60LF TODAY// SOME RAIN PRETTY SOOM solus ro ee. OUT OF A you DONT WANT FIRE BLUFF, DO YOU? ue BOOM F^ GRFAT SCOTT; I I OVERSLEPT ·7 A HALF HOUR/ VOU'RE NOT LATH, DEAR I SEr THE CLOCK AHEAD A HALF HOUR LAST . NIGHT FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sot., Aug. 10, T974 FAYtTTIVILtt, ABKAH1«» , miiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiinnuiipiinJiiiniuiiiiiniiiiiiMniiniiiniinninn Cobra venom is thought to be of important value in patients vho have had a severe auute coronary heart attack(acute myocardial infarction). Dr. Peter R. Maroko, of Sarvard Medical School, and his co- worker, Dr. C.B. Car- Denter,' have found, that : .-the venom-can reduce the damage to. the-heart impaired by heart attack. The work at present is bt»ng performed in ex- performed in experimental animals. The early studies indicate that soon the technique might be applied to humans. This- would indeed be an added method of increasing the survival and recovery from coronary heart' attack. AID FOR. BLIND . A simple, but helpful device has just been created for the blind. The General Electric Compa ny has a tiny battery-operated electronic gadget that hang. )ver the side of a coffee cup When . the blind person pour coffee: into his cup, a buzzei ietects the level and alerts him to the fact that the cup'is a: most full. "Cluster headaches" are very distressing and can, by their requenoy, be:a constant sourci Giampaoli, of Stanford Unfe- rersity, has been a b l e to educe the severity of cluster leadaches by using a spray o,f epinephrine (adrenalin). Ths spray is,administered by mouth n intervals of · 20 minutes. Three to six inhalations can nterrupt the headaches an3 reduce frequency with which they! return. ' The idea originated becausfc cluster headaches are thought :o be caused by a - sudden . en- argement, or .dilation, of thj» olood vessels of the scalp.. *, Speaking of youn health. .;.An angry, hot-tempered, aggressive motorist threatens his life and the lives of everyona who surrounds him. Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find 1 what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1974 ABIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) : Maintain a calm attitude in all situations and you can avoid a lot of frustration.'Stress tact in all dealings--especially with members of the opposite sex. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) A find day for personal betterment, social affairs and long- range plannng. Avoid a .tendency, toward extravagance, however. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Mercury, favorable, will help you to capitalize on your ideas instead of keeping them in th'S thought stage. An original approach will pay off. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Follow your hunches now. An idea which may seem a bit "offbeat" :when first conceived may prove to be a real inspiration. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) " A" more ."or less average day but you-should enjoy the even! ing hours, when some bright and amusing persons give you stimulating ideas. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Some information you have needed in a financial matter can now be obtained--possible through a social contact. II should make, your day. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Reconsider a proposition ·which you .did not think so "attractive at first. .Could "it" now hold more interest in the lighl of recent developments? Probe deeply. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) You may encounter opposition in most unlikely areas. Try to find reasons, and aim t straighten things out -- but mi Dr. Coleman ^welcomes letters from readers, and, while he cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use questions in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters ts» Dr. Coleman in care of Nort!}west Arkansas Times. ably. AG1TTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 1) Fine stellar influences now timulate your special gifts. -,ook bdyond the immediate for r u e perspective. Intuition hould be keen now. :APBICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan.. 0) . : ' · . . . , Stress self-control and self-re- iarice. Don't count too much in the cooperation of others at iresent. , AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Strongly auspicious influences ihould lend fresh vigor and zest to daq's activities. Capitalize n your inventiveness and gift or improvisation. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some dubious schemes may be suggested. Turn a deaf ear. Also, avoid eccentric behavior, extremes in word or deed. . YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with great personal nagnelism arid a brilliant wit. If living on the higher plane, you can reach. top-level attainment and become a leader in almost any field you choose as i life work. Your personality is a volatile one and, if at your est, you make a delightful, Duoyant companion; at other Jrnes, you can be too opinionated, obstinate, dominerring or just plain moody. And one does not know when to expect these quick changes of mood, either. You MUST learn to conquer such tendencies for, with self-mastery, others will be drawn to you instinctively, and you will make many friends along the high road to success. Fields in which you could make a notable name for yourself: the stage,.- literature, music, the law. politics, statesmanship. Birthdate of: Gov. Gifford Pinchot,." ; bf, Pennsylvania; Lloyd Nolan,- film star. B. JAY BECKER North dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH *K6 ¥ 7 4 · A3 * A Q J 9 8 7 4 On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder'to Masters' Individual Championship Play) WEST * A S 8 7 4 V K 5 *J104 + K 6 2 BAST A 5 2 » A 9 8 6 3 2 4 Q 9 8 2 *10 Crossword By Eugene Sheffer SOUTH A Q J 1 0 3 V Q J 1 0 · K 7 6 5 + 53 Tne bidding: North- East South West 1+ Pass 1* Pass 3+ Pass 1 3 NT Opening lead - jack of dia monds. It is surely right to organize a plan of play at the start but, as the hand progresses, one must stand ready to adjust tha plan to new circumstances as they develop. Consider this deal where South \von the diamond, leac with the king and very sensibly .ed a club at trick two, success fully finessing the jack. Then Imbued with the notion tha dummy's clubs were his mair source of tricks, and lackin an entry to his hand to repea ACROSS 1 Summon 5 Headwear 8 Desire 12 Medley 13 Large bird 14 Actress Adams 15 Confusion of languages 17 Dispatch 18 Asian festival 19 Thing (law) 20 Theatrical 21 Pallid 22 Expke ' . 23 Intimate 26'Reddish- brown horses 30 God of war 31 Label 32 Brad 33 Elegant in manner 35 TV's -r- White 36 Legume 37 In behalf of 38 Actress Burnett 41 Appendage 3 Lively 42 Joined 45 Russian mountain range 46 Chemical compounds 48 Chief 49 Exist 50 Operatic melody 51 Confined tune 4 Acress Myrna 5 Actress Hayes 6 Hebrew prophet 7 Sound of impatience 8 Native of California 52 Spread hay 9 Concept 53 Beverage 10 Warble DOWN 1 Ancient Egyptian 2 Medicinal 11 Actress Lamarr 16 Color 20 Title of respect Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 21 Site of U.S. Military Academy 22 Household pet 23 Crone 24 Crude metal 25 Males 26 Girl of song 27 Erode 28 Ignited 29 Cunning 31 Beverage 34 Lamprey 35 Emaciated 37 Ground down 38 Army life 39 Wings 40 Weather word 41 Golf term 42 Bare 43 Large lake 44 Former Russian ruler 46 Caress 47 Fairy queen he 'finesse, South continued vith the ace, hoping to catch he king. ; When the king did not fall, iouth played a third round of tabs to establish the suit. West von, led a diamond to the ace, and the 'contract went down me. Declarer scored six clubs and two diamonds; the defenders scored two aces, two-diamonds and a club. South would have made' th» hand had he concentrated less on West's holding the K-x of clubs and more on the possibil- ty of West's holding the K-x-x. South'" could have covered both · ossibilities by playing the king of spades at trick three, abandoning'clubs for the nonce. Had he done that, he would lave finished with at least nine ;ricks. . If West took the ace and returned . a diamond, . South would have made twelve tricks by cashing his spades : and repeating the club finesse. If West did not take the king of spades, South could guarantee nine tricks . by reverting to clubs. It must · be granted that tha king of spades play at trick three is not an easy play to think of -- considering the powerfully magnetic attraction of dummy's clubs -- but it is surely the right play. It has everything to gain, and nothing to lose. PONYTAIL 12 15 23 24 25 52 37 14 47 9 27 29 "I just happened to be passing by, and was wondering ho w the girl who makes the best bologna sandwiches'in town was getting along!" : WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, give tun description art start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may caned it when results are obtained. You'll only be charged for the actual number of days th* ad ran. ,

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