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August 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 17, 1974
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I HAVS AM I0EA.CHA«U£ BRfflJN.. V«J CTWLO PITCH N'6HT«M£S SO / HE NEVES LIKE? \ fMX OF Ml IKHSl) UN= PSWE.ALL fWPHAVETO W 15 PUT OH "flUR flWWAS AND 60 TO 8EP! T --- - -- DONALD DUCK J^VAE OFP THE BENCH, WERE HE HAS SPENT THE SEASON TO BLOCK A KICK AMD SAVE THE GAME FOR THELOCAU BROKEN RIBS AND BUT CLARA1 BELLE TOOK IT. SHE HID IT. X PONT KNOW WHERE S1RL, AUNT M1HNIE I THOU6HT'I HEARD A WAN'S VOICE .AREV RIGHT? QUITE AU. RIGHT, ^R. SAWYEE, rr.' f HOW ROMRNTICALl! I LOOK AT THEM V. - KISSES THAT THflR'S HIS NftME V6P-I GOT A PITCHER POST CflRD FROM OLLIETHIS MORNIN IHEftRTELL VORE SWEETHEART WENT OFF \JISITIN' INTH'FLflTLflWDS, PRIS9V JUWE Bslicve h ar ATTACHES tTS ESSST07HE ARO TRIBE, : India, HOUSE J n Winchester, England, WAS FOR CENTURIES A SANCTUARY, IN WHICH CRIMINAL WAS SECURE ffiOM ARREST SIBL£F6R70foOFTHE DEATHS OF OTHER TRIBES- H£U M THE SAME AREA a · Northwest Arkon««» TIMES, Sot., Aufl. 17, 1974 FAYtTTJtVILLI, ARKANSAS _ WE CAUGHT IT FROM YOU // . WE CANY ' CURE OURSELVES K CANT YOU CURE AAE OF MV FEATHER PHOBIA? ( THERES ONLY ONE SOLUTION .'/-WELL KEEP IT A SECRET // - IF IT GETS OUT THAT W6 PSYCHIATRISTS SEE FEATHERS,TOO-THE PUBLIC WILL REALISE WEfiE AS BALMY AS OUR PATIENTS .'/- WANMA -THINGS UP AROUMP HERE? HOW? ui FIRST W PUT A COUPL OF fHINSS ON TOP OP YOUR HEAP WHAt? We WAIT UNTIL. MV MOTHER COMES BV C«P UI LU to \ffBM-I. ZOMEP OUT VJBll, DONT r AKOU.SP ANP MOPS. PLENTY OF SS TO DO ON A NICS PAV LIKE 6\ZL TO TriE Movies WHEN POES THE CHOKUSUWE SOON? I DONT KNOW-WAT'S AS FAE AS WE GOT WITH THE IF ITRIM6S TWICE AMP STOPS/THAT MEANS IT'S VERA HUSKAMP OASWOOD/ DOMY ANSWER THAT/ LESTER L..COLEMAN. M. D. Vaccine May Modify Kidney Disease, Fevers iraiiii»iiibiMi«^^ Infections caused by the strep- .ococcus Group A bacteria can be prevented by the inhalation of a new vaccine. Dr. Eugene N. Fox, ol the La Rabida Institute in Chicago, is enthusiastic about the results lie obtained in experimental animals ant! with student volun- hoped that kidney disease..scarlet fever and rheumatic fever may be prevented or modified by the new vaccine. Dr. Fox says, "This type of immunization may reduce t h e number of potential carriers of the germ and therefore dimin- j_ ish the community reservoir of infections." X-RAY TECHNIQUE At the Tucson Medical Center Arizona, Dr. V e r n o n D. French has devised an X-ry technique with 60 per cent exposure. FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope This reduction apparently does with the fine details of the bone of raidation not interfere structure plates. seen on the X-ray This is an added advantage in X-ray procedures and may cut the anxiety of patients who are still unnecessarily fearful if radiation hazards. ^ The technique is a further: reduction of -ray exposure. I emphasize "further" because all techniques in use today, irj medicine and in dentistry, arq not dangerous to health. ; Physicians and dentists care' reduction of X-ray exposure. I well within the normal level of safety. FAT DIGESTION Dr. Margit Haniosh, at. ti\tt National Institutes of Health irj Bethesda. Maryland, has come, up with a new and exciting understanding of the digestion- of fat. For a long time it was thought that fats were digested only in the duodenum, or smalt intestine. 1 Her findings lead her to; believe that the digestion of. fat actually starts high in the esoj phagus and in the stomach. » From a scientific point, of view, this means' that peopla who are known to have an in; ability to digest fats will ba helped and freed of the sympi toms associated with this dis. order. . ,:, Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according Lo the stars. FOR SUN. AUG. 18 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) In social situations, it would be best to stress conventionality now. You could unintentionally give a wrong impression of yourself, otherwise. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Some situations may cause concern but, with good judge ment and patience, . you can smooth them out eventually. Romance' and social interests favored GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A good day for bestowing favors upon others, for receiving them yourself. For a change of pace, try a new hobby. · It may one day prove remunerative. CANCER (June 22 to July 23} Personal relationships under excellent influences. A good day for benefiting through friends and close associates. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Care .needed in matters of communications. Misinterpre tation of a letter or message could lead to errors or mis understandings. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) A day in which to stress pru dence. Above all, avoid reckless and impulsive friends. They could get you into trouble. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Make no important decision: until midafternoon. Too many unnecessary doubts and anxie ties could cloud perceptivenes during early hours. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) An excellent outlook! Day 1 activities should prove eve more successful than antici- ated; could : even act as pririgboard to further progress. AGITTABIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. D . · * ; · · A new . approach may: be .ecessary in some areas, in irder to cope with unusual cir- :umstances ,biit day, on the vhole, should^ prove stimu- ating, satisfying. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan A special way of saying the right thing at the right time vill be rewarding. Be cognizant of "tricky" situations and hand- e as required. ACQUARIUS 11). (Jan. 21 to Feb. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Master*' Individual Championship Play) ·iiiiiiiiiimH^^ South dealer. North-South vulnerable. The bidding: Opening lead monds. king of dia- Some years ago I was giving a bridge lesson to four young ladies, and the_subjcct was de- knew very things as fensive play. They little about such Several useful ideas may come to you, but not the oppor- unity . to apply theni immediately. Be patient: There's a new week coming up! PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Financial or marital issues could have some bearing on ca-: reer matters coming up, so try to reach a clear-cut decision be- iore Monday. YOU B O R N TODAY, governed by Leo, the Lion, are endowed with great magnetism, strength of character and purpose, enthusiasm and a zest for living. You are a born leader and lend-power and influence to all activities, but must learn to wield authority with discretion. .Your pride, which is often excessive, tends to make you domineering and this you must conquer if you are to keep the many friends you make along life's road. You are ex- temely versatile and could succeed in almost any field of your choosing--properly educated, of c o u r s e . Birthdate of: Meriwether Lewis, explorer; Shelley Winters, stage and screen star; Hay ley Mills, film, actress. fourth-best leads, high-lows, signals and other very widely accepted conventions. I'd been explaining to them that with a K-Q you led the king, and that with an A-K you also led the king. SOUTH * K 5 3 V A K Q 3 2 4 7 5 4 + A K To demonstrate the point, ' gave them this hand to play South got to four hearts and tht gal on lead opened the king of diamonds. East was sup posed to take the king with the ace and return the eight to ·show a doubleton. West woul( take the queen and then lead a third diamond. When dummy ruffed, East would overruff am cash the ace of spades to pu the contract down one. Not difficult, but East wasn quite up to it. On the king o diamonds, sne played the eight and now four hearts could no be stopped. When I asked East what she bought the king showed, sh'e aid she assumed her partner lad the A-K. I very politely .uggested thai this waS'-Jrri- lossible, since she was looking at the ace in her own hand., ;. I repeated that the king could be led from the A-K or K-Q, and that as. the presence of the ice precluded the former possibility, it 'was reasonable to assume that the opening lea'd vas based on the K-Q. NORTH A Q J 8 V10 8 7 6 * J3 * Q J T 2 Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Crone 4 Bridges 9 Crow's cry 12 Service «g. 13 Daises 14 Be in ' debt 15 Marriage 17 Satisfied 18 Macaw 19 Being 21 Made lace 24 Metallic , alloy 27 High card 28 Stitch SOSheeplike antelope 31 Fly alone- 33- Unhappy 35 Caution 36 Journeys by ox wagon 38 Corded fabric 40 Snare 41 Motor 43 Sears 45 Back 46 -- Fleming 47 --Khan 49 Adherence to routine 54 Border· 55 German city 56 Hint 57 Being 58 Origins 59 Lamprey DOWN 1 Murmuring sound 2 King of Judah 3 Obtained 4 Steeples 5 Ointments 6 Fuss 7 Baseball teams 8 Rights of decision (colloq.) 9 Entertainers Avg. solution time: 22 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 10 Overwhelm 11 Moist 16 Rodent 20 Cabbage salad 21 Sip . 22 Oak nut 23 Wires 25 Wading Mri 26 Raves 23 Conflict 32 Migrant worker 34 Charged against account 37 Traps 39 Areas of open country 42 Irregular 44 Feminine name 47 Exist 48 Card game 50 Utilize 51 Chill 52 Girl of song 53 Honey WEST * 9 6 2 V 5 * K Q » 9 6 J + 8 6 4 EAST * A10 7 4 V J 9 4 ; * A S * 1 0 5 5 3 This statement drew nothing more than a blank stare. East simply couldn't understand how she was expected to know her partner had .the K-Q. F i n a l l y , in desperation, I asked East whether she'd ever seen anyone -- with, say, the K-10-4-2 -- piunli.down the king from out of the blue. Her answer ended the discussion: "The people I play with do it all the time." PONYTAIL 36 41 3V 58 40 52 h r w a , at home for a o u a hour, Walter... 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