Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 24, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 24, 1974
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SI/OPENLY, I JUST FELT VERY VERY RIDICULOUS I -MO HOURS AND NOT A NIBBLE.' I THINK I'LL- l AREHT VQU 7AWKG rrME? SEARCHED THERF. MAYBE YOU'RE TELLING /AE THE TRUTH OUTA MY WAY, WOMAN! WITH TH TREASURE YOU AIN'T NEEDED ANYMORE OUTSIDE (OUTLEYS ESTATE- LATER: A FEATHERCOULDNT BE OUIVERIN'IN FRONT OF A TRUCK GOINS 55MILESANHOUR.T ME KETCH UM ALL INFORMATION OM A. RAVEN NUTLEy/.' THIS A RED- LETTER VK/fff ).' WHATS A CHEAP | FEATHER DOING J . IN THIS - 1 EXPENSIVE YS NEIGHBORHOOD?) · TMS MPICINS MAM SAVS YOU'RE FAR- S(6HTeP/MOM/AWO REALLY SHOLU.P SLASSS WHAT DOES, v FARSIiSWT£P MEASJf IT MEANS YOU'RE ASLE TO SEE THIN6S BETTER FROM A PI STANCE TMAM FROM CLOSE UP NONSENSE/ NOW 6 A GOOD BOV AMP RUM POWN THERE AMP TURN I THINK I'LL 6ET IN THI / WHERE AMS. 5ET MV GLOVE FOR ( !£ IT, ME, vVJLL yotJ, 2SKO ? I ALWAYS SUCH DUMB WELL,WHY CANT SHE MEET DOSS THAT TAKE MEROUr TO DINNER? STRANSE POOCH? DAISYBROUGHT S. HIM HOME (FOR DINNER BclicveflorAW SHAPED LIKE A MAN'S HEAD OF THE HOMES OF THE MINAM6KA- BftUS OF MDONESl/UIKORPORftTE 1HE SHAPE OFBUFfAlO HORttS~BECA(K£ THfWffALO IS CONSIDERED SACKED HEINZ ROX- SCHULZ A GERMAN WORLD TRAVELER; PAID FOR.. HIS TRIPS Bl' INFORMAL SHOWS IN WHICH HE PERFORMED HANDSTANDS ON Z Bonus PLACED OH HIS SUITCASE e*H FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which situations annoy you. your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SUN., AUG. 25 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Care needed in both budgetary and domestic matters now. Also, avoid restlessness and changeability. A day for straight-line thinking and action. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Don't cross others without ample reason. It may turn out if you wait a bit before making decisions, give time for added factors to appear. GEMINI (May 22 lo June 21) master of your thinking rather than let it set you off on tangents which get you nowhere. Success can come through certain new alliances. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) many others now, toward restlessness As with tendencies and unruliness prevail. Avoid! j Many errors and misguided I moves can thus be prevented. : tEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Be solicitous of fellowmen but not to the point of being "taken There are some who would prey on anyone who will listen. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Accent is on · your love life. If single, the time has come to make your mind up about a current romance. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Circumvent trouble, e v e n if you have to take the long way around. Some persons could be irritating now. Avoid them. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Don't make decisions under stress and don't write anything you may later regret. Maintain your equanimity even if certain SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dei 21) Stellar influences indicat some new interests. Make sur you are ready for them bi without slighting current oblig. tions. Don't let "moods" caus misunderstandings. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Ja: 20) Mixed influences. Questio and investigate where there margin for error. Do not accep suggestions blindly. And do m expect more than is reasonabl' AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 A new light thrown upon certain situation sli9uld prim you for fine advantages in tl offing. Rouse yourself to wor for attainment which wi require more than usual vigor PISCES (Feh. 20 to Mar. 20) You have considerable fre dom of movement now. Be used, it can help to furlhi either personal or creative ol jectives. YOU BORN TODAY ai endowed with a Mvely outloo on life; are kden-minde remarkably intuitive, perce live and practical. You are more meticulous about handling details than those born under most Signs, and your integrity is outstanding. You have a great love of knowledge and never stop trying to accumulate more than you have. If you can euro a tendency to be over- exacting with those under your supervision, you would make an excellent teacher, but many other fields are suited to your wealth of talents, notably: science, literature, music, the stage, medicine and the law. Birthdate of: James Lick, astronomer; Bret HarSe, Amer. author; Leonard Bernstein, symphony conductor, composer; Sean Connery, screen star. · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Scf, Aug. 24, 1974 FAYETTIVILLI, AHKANSA* / _ [iiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiniiuiiuiiifflnnintiininiiiiiuniiiiiiiiffliiMM ~»"r^^M^B. ESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Has Practical Results Farfetched Research Readers of this "Hopeful ews in Medicine" column ften write and ask why so nany of these exciting scienti- 0 discoveries seem to be, from practical point of view, in he never-never land of the uture. The purpose of this reporting s to show the hope that lies n the ongoing research in hos- itals and laboratories all over he world. It is difficult for the public 1 imagine that so many dedi- ated sceintists are working on le tiniest fragments of the vast igsaw setter puzzle that health will so mean many snects of medicine and surgery. RANDOM REPORTS In a random edition of t h e ·lew England Journal of Medi- une, I found reports on: ·· G-6-PB deficiency in sickle cell disease. A u t o i m m u n e purpura i n Hodgttin's disease. Alcoholic cirrhosis in baboons. HL-A antigens and psoriasis. Immunologic mysteries ol multiple sclerosis. These are but a few of t h e research endeavors t h a t are constantly oeing reported ii prestigious journals in ever; country in the world. Do these seemingly far-fet hed research endeavors eve* ome to fruition and are they ipplied practically in modern medicine? Most of these "dreams" do jome true. DRUGS, CURES Consider the vaccine that has almost halted -poliomyelitis, drugs to control active tuberculosis, chemicals to enhance he treatment of some forms of mental illness, antibiotics for :he treatment of virulent inf~c- ions, drugs taken by mouth to substitute for insulin injections in some cases of diabetes, hormones for the relief of th» symptoms of menopause, cryo_- surgery of the brain to eradicate symptoms of. Parkinsons disease, cortisone and ACTH, ifc-sustaining hormones, new chemicals used in anesthesia to mprove the overall safety records, the genetic control of birth defects, transplantation disorders of the vessels and other surgery 'for heart, blood organs of the body. All were once a "gleam inj the eye" of a scientist in a laboratory somewhere. It takes time, it takes testing, it takes talent, it takes uninterrupted funds, to bring to practical realization the ideas that occupy the attention of diligent, dedicated scientists. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) North dealer. Both sides vulnerable, NORTH *K J7 V 6 5 2 + A K J 4 + Q103 WEST *8i5 I V J 10 7 4 3 4107 3 + A 5 EAST *A 9 6 2 · 9 6 + 9 8 7 4 2 SOUTH A Q 1 0 3 » A Q 9 · Q 8 5 2 + K JG Crossword By Eugene Sheffer The bidding: North East South West 1*1 Pass 2 NT Pass 3NT Opening lead - four of hearts. It stands to reason that you houldn't allow your fortunes to depend on a guess when there s a way of avoiding 4he guess. The aim should be to stay in :ommand at all limes, and thus be the'master of your fate. Take this case where West eads a heart to East's king t is only the first trick, but he outcome rests largely South's play at this point. If he plays the right card he s sure to make the contract ACROSS 1 Scrutinize 5 Kill 9 Flap 12 Dwelling 13 Corn bread .46 Reddish- brown color 50 Fast 51--Lollo- brigida M GFs|address 52 Concerning 15 Again 53 Metal 16 American inventor 17 Communist 18 Contradict 19 Novak or Hunter 20 Cunning 21 Be'in debt 23 Fourth caliph ·25 Bowling marks 28 Potter's wheels 32 Bundle 33 Postal area 34 Flowers 37 Compendium 39 Rodent 40 Single unit 41 Vehicles 44 Operate DOWN IFish 2 Geometric solid 3 So be it 4 Natives of Gotham 5 Wheel parts 6 French novelist 7 Beast 54 Mine entrance 55 Masculine name 56 Chinese sauce 57 Distribute 58 Haul Avg. solution tune: 21 mln. 11 Substance 20 Barry or Geraldine 22 Pronoun 24 No.te in scale 25 Health' resort 26 Dance step 27 Perform 29 Garden* tool '30 Being 8 Affirmative -31 Harden 9 Source of 35 Sun god poi 10 Summit 18 Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 36 Walk with long steps 37 Give 38 At 41 Tigers 42 Exchange premium 43 Certain fish 45 Distinct part 47 Employer 48 Portico 49 Chinese society 51 School of whales. S7 19 10 Il- as the cards lie. But if he plays :he wrong card he must guess right later on to get homo safely. Let's see what happens if South takes the king with the ace. He .can cash four dia- londs, but then finds himself : a situation where he must guess whether to play a spade or a club. If he guesses wrong by leading a spade, East takes the ice and returns a heart. West's ;iearls become established and, because West has the ace of clubs as an entry, declarer finishes down one. Of course, if South guesses right by leading clubs instead of spades, he makes the contract, but the fact remains that at trick one he placed his fate in the lap of the gods. No wlet's see what happens if Southducks the king of hearts, as he should. East returns a heart, taken with the queen. South no longer has to guess whether to lead spades or clubs first. He. cither way. on safe ground Let's suppose he tackles spades first. East take the ace but has no heart lo return -- thanks to the hold-up at trick one - and South makes four notrump. The same result accrues if South tackles clubs first. West can take the ace and establish his suit, but he is then helpless as his heart tricks slowly but surely wither on the vine. PONYTAIL At least your father SAYS something when you ask for money...mine just walks out of the room laughing!" Complete news coverage, (local, area, national, international), intensive sports and women's- interest reports, top features.... six afternc«ns a week and Sunday morning. .. .delivered to your door for less than ] \f a day. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242

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