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August 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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ISAIt,"6ETOUT I WW/E A NEW IMPROVED AOTTO.,."SPEAK LOUPLV, AND CARRf A BEAGLE' " / ME AND THE BEAH.E I HERE ARE TAKING OVER OF THE WAV I" HE ATE IT.' WHO HAS TO PAY? |/^"^U H wiSKw» ^^^URFISHER^BUggft.^ If eOlNQ THERE TO MAKE ?MAV6E VOU THINK ~*f ^? T M ^ '· I 4 THE OLD SIRL COUGH UP. IT IS, GOLDILOCKS,- · NOTyOURS, 1 "= TU.fcn ri7trC1lt?C A Zn-p'l-- - · ' » -- ' - - : - . J v 1 -- ' iBelieve It or Not/ \ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiuiiiiiim LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. A SCHOOL- TEflCHER ,IM CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, SUPPORTED! A CAT IN A 6ASKET ATOP A 24-rOOT LADDER BALANCED ON HfS CHIH Sutmrtted by MarK Ettinger, Cedar ap«k Iowa C n .OSS OF THE BETROTHEO H igh Venn District, Belgium, A MEMORIAL TO AH ENSASED COUPLE WfiO DIED IN A SNOW STORM IN 1871 ON THEIR WAY 70. GET A MARK/AUCEHSE ' ~ THE HOMES IN PALEMBAUJHDONESifl, AW a/IMfRS£D IH UAT£R EVERY TIME THE TIPS RISES NorthwesVRrkansas TIMES, Man., Aug. T2, 1974 FAYETTfVILLE, A R K A N S A S . 'Essential Hypertension' Is Possible Hereditary WHERE YOU BEEN? ; y BUT IT AIN'T GONNA I WENT 11 1 THAT TREASURE. TO CALL ON i AUNTMiNNlE. = BLJBBA PM, CAN'T YOU THINK. OF SOMEONE BESIDES YOURSELF? MV POT, FELLERS I SOT A FULL HOUSE" ANGELS HAVE WINGS HAVE FEATHERS.''' WERE THROUGH,YOU SADIST' I FORGET tW-SHUDDER- PHO8IA WHEN I'M WITH VOU, CUPCAKE AND SO - IN APPRECIATION - THROW THIS LEFTOVER w rue 5AR0Ase CAW FOR. M *TO QUOTE A MArJ£ V/ISP0M soop MORNING, OP HOPE--AHDJO/" FOR ONCE AT BREAKFAST I JUST WANT YOU TO SIT AND TALK r : TOME .. J LETS TALK ABOUT WHERE YOU HID THE PAPER NOW.THEM-- ~^ WHAT WOULD VOU LIKE TO TALK -j ABOUT? FRANCES DRAKE. Your Daily Horoscope inuimiiiiii Look in the section in which think carefully before express- your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1074 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Stand pat on decisions which have been carefully made. Resist temptations to "forget" iromises, make spur-oF-the-mo- ment changes. Heeding all this, you should have a good day. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Think "big and aim for top achievement. This is no day for pessimism. Concentrate on essentials, and don't overlook even the smallest of opportunities. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Be careful not to provoke others in business or social ga therings. You may detect flaws in the reasoning of some, but speak sparingly -- and o n l y where it will HELP. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) If you are not sure of how to move in a certain situation best put off action for a while; you are not likely to get ans wers "out of the blue." LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Some strain may be put on your resources,but avoid an xiety. You rarely quake in the face of adversity, but presnt in fluences induce such inclina tions. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Don't be anxious about somi unexptectcd change in y o u : work area: it could prove mon beneficial than you think. Bu don't initiate drastic change, yourself without good reason. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Don't anticipate trouble or th failure of your endeavors, bii DO be cautious in certai areas. And, as with Gemin: Is "essential high blood pres- ;ure" different from other orms of high blood pressue? Mrs. H.B,, Conn. Dear Mr. B.: "Essential" or "primary" hypertension is a disorder whose origin is unknown. It is suspected that heredity plays an important role in its occurrence. Apparently, a host of o t h e r [actors like stress, afie, diet, and metabolism play a role in its production. So complicated is "essential hypertension" that it is considered a complex of dis eases rather than a single unit. The exact cause must be tracked down before treatmen is instituted. With drugs, reduc tin of weight and proper .diet many cases of "essential hyper tension" lhat previously coul not 'be controlled are now kep in balance. HARMFUL LAXATIVE We occasionally use calome as a laxative. Is this a dan gerous drug? Mrs. L.L., Ky Dear Mrs. L.: Calomel has for years bee used both as a laxative, and in some instances, to reduce fc ver. In recent years calome which is mercurous chlorid' has been considered unsaf nd should not be used, or pui 1 - lased over the counter. ' A number of other prcpa- ations that can he bought with-. ut prescriptions also contain, lercurous chloride and should e avoided. Severe mercury poisoning has jeen reported in people wo took alomel as a laxative (or many. ears. Let me emphasize that those vho may have taken it oecas 1 , onally should not live in dire, ear that they have'been pois; oncd. Simply discontinue its ise. There are other effective'' nil harmless laxatives. : VITAMIN BOAST : I give myself an injection of vitamin B-12 whenever I feel tired. I have b e e n told "slop it, but 1 don't know why. Miss B.J.A., Ohio Dear Miss A.: ' Vitamin B-12 is remarkably, valuable when given for very, specific medical reasons such as pernicious anemia and proven vilamin B-12 deficiency. A* an artificial pick-me-up it is worthless. Giving it to yourself at intervals determined by you is poor judgement. Broken needles, infections and allergic reactions arc possible dangers that far outweigh t h e psychological benefits you seem to derive. opinions. CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Dynamic thought and action hould be yours this day. Some F your ideas will be cnstvuc- ive, others not Feasible. Choose ·ell. .AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec ill Jupiter auspicius. You can iccomplish a great deal now. 'Ian, call meetings, negotiate, :onsider propositions which ieem to have good potentiali- ies. ^APRICOKN (Dec. 22 to Jan. !0.) A slow-down period For rthers, a dcfiniteneed For press- ng forward. Be your usual discriminating self in deciding the irgency ot each situation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb: 19) Some moments may be more diFficult than ethers. But, with with others, you should he able 'our ingenuity and ability to deal lo unravel all the knots. PISCES (FEB. 20 to Mar. 20) Neptune influences now sti mulate your imagination and spirit of adventure. You could make this a big day if you go all out in effort. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with personality-plus; can reach almost unscalable heights with ingenuity and dash. You are suited to any field which brings you in contact with the public; are a born leader, a salesman beyond par and, in anything you do, have a flair for the dramatic. You have a regal outlook on life.thus may become too domineering, too proud, but your innate kindness and generosity lo others oFten offsets these trails. Birth- date of: Alfred Hitchcock, writer film producer and director; George Grove, composer; Bert L a h f , comedian. inii[»i[iiiii«raiiiiiiiiiiM^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play 1 lorth dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH A A V J I 0 9 7 · A Q J 5 4 2 *Q5 WEST * 7 5 4 2 V K » U 6 3 *K J 8 4 2 EAST * Q 10 9 6 V 5 3 2 « K * 1 0 9 7 6 3 Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 45 Flies alone 1 Descry 47 Medieval 4 Viper short tale 7 Island near 48 Become Sicily less noisy 12 Disease of 52 Consumed sheep 13 Syllable following pet or rat 14 City in New York 15 Edge 16 Softer! 18 An enzyme 19 Stand on end 20 Repair 22 Man's name 23 Instance 27 Boring routine 29 Crawl 31 Fictional uncle 34 Betel palm 35 Marries secretly 37 Resort 38 Location 39 Prince in "Henry IV" 41 Loiters 53 Vestige 54 Color ' 55 Calendar abbr. 56 Cavity 57 Primate 58 Money of account DOWN 1 Get lont! 2 Equilibrium 3 Arabian country 4 Oriental language 5 Desist! 6 Russian tsar 7 Humor 8 Entire amount 9 Constellation 10 Greek letter ill Ampersand 17 Obstacle 21 Plum, for one 23 Shade of red 24 Salutation Avg. solution time: 27 min. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 25 Dry 26 High note 28 Avail 30 Discussion, today 31 The law thing 32 Hebrew priest 33 Witty saying 36 Wearing shoes 37 Not so . fast! 40 Hail and- farewell 42 Texas shrine 43 Crocodile (slang) 44 Shade of red 45 Saintes (abbr.) 46 Dirk 48 Measures of cap, 49 Swiss canton 50 Hunter or Fleming 51 French coin SOUTH A K J B 3 V A Q 8 6 4 The bidding: North East South West 14- Pass 2V Pass 3V Pass 4 NT Pass 5V. Pass 6V Opening lead - nine of diamonds. I like this story told by the Dutch expert, Herman Filarski He was playing in a tournamen in Holland many years ago when this hand came up. Filarski bid a diamond and his partner drove the hand tc six hearts, which was certainlj a reasonable contract. West led the nine of diamonds and South had to choose how o play the slam. After a brief uddle he decided not to finesse ne diamond and went up with ne ace. He thought the nine night be a'singleton, in wliif-h jase. if he [messed, East \vmild ake the king and return a diamond lo quickly put the hand .own one. Re also fell sure the finesse couldn't win, for West .was not he type of player who would cad from a king against a blam, and, even more so, since Vest had no way of knowning vhether dummy -or declarer lad the ace. South's judgment was vindicated in dramatic style when, he ace caught the king. Declarer then led a trump and vent up with the ace after East had followed low. This rejection of the trump finesse was simply a matter of self-preservation. There was too much danger of West's having the king, in which case a diamond return would sink the contract. Again South was rewarded when the nee caught the king, and the outcome was that declarer -- after playing two tricks and nabbing two single- lon kings · was able to claim the rest of the tricks. was of course his partner's per- Filarski pleased by formance -- spearing two kings in a slam -- but the opponents viewed the feat with great suspicion. On held their to the chest. the next deal they cards much closer PONYTA1L 3J 21 16. 19 2B 22 29 14 30 41 24 56 10 That kid's car's got nine lives... didn't it fall apart in "our driveway just last week? I" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, give full description aw start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel it when results are obtained, ifou'll only be charged for the actual number of days the ad ran.

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