Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 26, 1974 · Page 12
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August 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 26, 1974
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AFRICA. IVE £W HERE NOW FOR SEVEN H04JR5,ANDNOT ONE PERSON HAS 5AIP A KINO wow TO ME! THERE GOES AV SfDT IN THE "6UINNESS BOOK OF WORLP HELLO THERE, LITTLE FENP LOTS OF BIRTHDAY CARPS TOPAY, HENRYl LIKE THIS HANVWAV, I WEED eS...HE PACKED HISSUITCA5E.,. TOOK THE CAR... ANP LEFT... XTHOU6HT.HE WAS GOING TO KILL ME...HE MADE ME « VOU'D BETTER HURRY/ ONCE HF GETS THE TREASURE, NEVER COME BACK. COME ON, SWEENEY. BUBBA' BEEN , CLARA BELLE TELL...S°»!...THflTlH|p AUNT MINNIE'S TREASURE JH THE CISTERN, WH6N YOU CONSIP6RS fHfi SOON fOMAHK/HP NO WONDER NOTH1W WILL WARM IT UP QUICKER'W HOT FUR PflW-TH'HICKERSONS \ INVITED ME flN 1 ELUINEV 1 OVER TO THEIR BODACIOUS / HOUSEWflRMIN 1 TODAY L0. r -is COMWS OUR spy// yoULOCATe A.RAVBN THE PALEFACE WHO 6OT LW SECRET OF you eer'tfawwoES. FOR MANV MOONS I FOLLOW HIS TRAIL OVER SKIP UM SMALL- TALK.' BEFORE THE RLSSIAMS TAKE THE PLACE OF 'THE POLECATS -- LAST REMAINING UN- PEFEATEP INDIAN TRIBE. OUR RED PAINT WEAR OFF' TO BLOW Lip UMSELF? ANPoeep WATERS - I ONLY COUNT Wow/ SOUNDS l A THOUSAND /4 BUFFALO tfAHNS WROS1S A6AIW YOU, BEETLE/ I JUST G01 My TO WHAT 00 CALL THAT WMlTE STUFF ON OFiEAAOM PIE? SO, FOR PPACTICE-, I'M TAP ^ CWvlCiNSMYV/AYALjONS -" tTS UK E GETTING YCOK MAIL Believe it orMrt/ 12 · Northwest Arkanwi TIMES, Man., Aug. 26, 1974 ARKAMi«« IN CAICUITMNWA,ONE OF , INDIA'S MOST SACRED, MARKS THESPOrWHEREAflNGf.8 OF THE GODDESS SATI WAS FOUND A TOBACCO PIPE CARVED IMAGE OP A 60D, WAS GIVEN DMNE STANDING- M SAILY TOMPKINS WAS APPOINTED ft CAPTAIN OF CAVALRY BY PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS SO SHE COULD NURSE SOLDIERS AT RICHMOND. VA. -60 YfARS BKORE NURSES WIRE MAM COMMISSIONED OFFICERS IH 77/f U.S. flKMY FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Failure to be properly immunized against disease and failure zation to are HtilllllllltllBllllllWlllIlllllllllllllllllM LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Doctors Worried About Immunization Level iiniiimiiiiim There are many who hav« r orgotlen the panic that raged through a community when the first case of polioyelitis was reported in the spring. The physical and emotional devastation that followed an epidemic of polls should be r e c a l l e d . Only in this way can those who are careless about immunization be impressed with the need for proper vaccination. YEARS OF STUDY The scientific accomplishments that have virtually wiped out . many infectious diseases came at the end of many hard years of study and research. Now that vaccination is possible for so many diseases no one should be deprived of his birthright to health and free- d_om from the dangers of infectious diseases. It comes to many as a shocking surprise that measles and mumps, diseases so casually thought of, can be responsible for blindness, deafness and devastating neurological diseases in the unvaccinated child. maintain immuni- rapidly becoming threats to the health of the American people. Federal, ' state and local health agencies are becoming increasingly concerned about this problem. Children between the ages of one. and four are vaccinated against dipththeria, whooping cough, smallpox, mumps, tetanus, polio, measles and other communicable diseases. These diseases are particularly dangerous to those who are inadequately protected. FALSE SECURITY When reports are issued about the decline of serious infectious diseases a sense of complacency , becomes apparent. This false sense of security is fraught with danger. The Center for Disease Con- has issued a levels of Look in the section in which ypur birthday comes and find vhat your outlook is, according, you now. Give a thought to earlier successful moves. They could guide :o the stars. FOR TOES., AUG. 27 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) ·· ' Don't lose patience with slo- ______ ...... .... .., day should bring wer, even aggravating persons: rewards for past efforts, even f you seem to lack the initiative to start new undertakings, expanding operations, however, move with caution. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Stellar influences indicate pressure in business matters, but remain steadfast arid hopeful. All will work out. Personal affairs promise to be 'nteresting. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Some unusual situations indi- extraordinary persons with whom to deal. Use the Ge- minian's ingenuity and ability by experience in :ANCER (June 22 to July 23) Intuition, reflexes, the germination of good ideas stimulated now. Do not take on too much, however, or you could make errors through haste. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) A top day for displaying your canny sense of timing and abil- '.ty to cut deadwood from your It will only upset you, may result in fruitless disputes. Also, avoid pessimists and troublemakers. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. trol in Atlanta warning t h a t _ _._ immunization are substantially lower than what,public health workers would consider ideal. Furthermore, the trend seems to continue downward." .Health of the community depends on adequate immunization. When there is less than 85 per cent immunization in any area the risk of · an epidemic becomes greater. Proper immunization, therefore, is an individual, a family and a community project. Each person owes it to himself and to the people ' around him to be properly vaccinated against disease to prevent its spread. schedule. Some new opportuni- ,ies in the offing. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Above-average opportunities idicated, but you may have .0 seek out some for yourself, ft will he possible now to obtain cooperation you could not get in the past. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You may have a hankering to do something in a way not supported by logic. Better think about the consequences -- to yourself and others. Be alert, perceptive. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) If you have any doubt about projects, reconsider them, but unreasonable fears. 20) "Retreat" is a word not If a child pays the penalty for neglect of vaccination, it ia a shameful reflection on the people responsible for such negligence. Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and, while h» cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use questioni in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters to Dr. Coleman in care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. B. JAY BECKER usually found in your vocabulary, but it could be used strate^ gically now to reinforce strength, improve tactics. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 1) Under splendid auspices are health, recreational and in- t e l l e c t u a l pursuits. Also favored: artistic interests. You should have smooth going. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 21. Don't be thrown off guard by fancy-sounding, but possibly misleading, propositions. Study the overall picture. Where there is real value, don't hesitate. YOU BORN TODAY are unusually dexterous, both mentally and physically; are extremely practical and efficient -especially in emergencies. Your nature is a gregarious one, but you sometimes yield to moodiness -- especially if you find that loved ones will not or cannot live up to your lofty standards. Your moods also tend to he extreme -- one day you will be highly imaginative and optimistic, the next completely lacking in vision and self-confidence. To attain the pinacles of success which can be yours, it is imperative that you achieve self-mastery, that you learn to stabilize your emotions and emphasize the philosophical side of your nature rather than the worrisome one. You are a truly gifted individual and, once having conquered self, can reach extremely high plateaus of success and happiness. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Misters' Individual Championship Play) Famous Hand Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Full-grown pike 5 Dandy 8 An oasis 12 Grandson of Adam 13 American humorist 38 Visitor 41 Biblical wilderness ,42 Table spread ,43 Salt tree 48 Hebrew measure 49 Self 14 Dismounted 50 Olive genus 15 French 51 Como or composer Placid 17 Paper or 52 Canine powder -53 Lairs 18 Work unit DOWN vehicle 2 Miss Merkel 19 Less difficult 1 Space 21 Hag ' 24 Killer whale 25 Smooth 28 Stage dance 30 Compass reading, 31 Moslem mendicant 32 Wire measure .33 Absolved 35 Conifer 36 English river 37 Skirt the issue 3 Lettuce 4 Ancient ascetic 5 Tooth 6 Poem 7 Little Peter 8 Polish city - 9Et-; and others 10 Cut in cubes 11 Roman road 16 Before 2tt The maples · Sam' 21 Musical 37 Hawk character 22 Western city 23 Heavy blow 24 Made of a certain wood 26 Capered 27 Among 28 Food fish 29 Swiss painter 31 Number 34 In abundance 35 "-- and Avg. solution time: 27 min. parrot 33 Mentally composed 39 Girl's name 40 Symbol of Wales 41 Curse of cities 44 Fast 45 French island 46 Oriental coin · 47 Dutch Answer to Saturday's puzzle,' 21 2J 31 24 41 14 17 3S 23 West dealer. East-West vulnerable. NORTH * A 9 4 3 » A 9 2 ' » J5 + A Q 8 2 WEST ' EAST *K 2 AlO 8 7 G V Q J 1 D 8 7 6 3 V 5 4 * -- " + A K 1 0 9 8 + K 9 B 4103 SOUTH V K · Q 7 6 4 3 2 + J 7 5 4 The bidding: West North East Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Dble South 5* of Opening lead - queen hearts. It is said that members of the fair sex- are not aggressive enough in the bidding, but you'd never prove it by this, deal played in the women's world championship back in 1960. The hand occurred in the match between Switzerland and Great Britain. At the first table, the Swiss West opened three hearts and North overcalled with three notrump. As played somewhat pecul- suit South was looking at a hand far better than it might have been, and she decided to show her extra values by jumping to five diamonds. Th» Swiss East, pleased by this development, doubled. South played the hand very well and went down only two -300 points. At the second, table, ilia' British West also opened threa hearts. North -- obviously a member of the Conservativa Party--passed and Bast, in an effort to muddy the waters asj much as possible,, bid four hearts. She was trying to maka things difficult for the .enemy^ This effort was successful in a fashion, though not in the wajr East-intended. South, obviously a fearless player, entered the, fray all by herself with five diamonds! West passed and. North, ' having exercised enormous -restraint earlier, very reasonably went on to six diamonds. East reasoned that this contract could not be made, and accordingly doubled. This proved to be a well-founded decision and East collected 700 points when the Swiss declarer went down four. So the British gained 400 points on the deal, with tha players at both tables bidding their hands to the hilt -- and iarly by the British pair, this bid then some. Let it not be said was primarily for takeout -- that the ladies are altogether requesting'Southtobidherbest lacking in fortitude! (© 1974 KinzFratorerSyndieate/Iae.) Tomorrow: Foresight. PONYTAIL '"I hear your car finally broke down and you're walking these days...that's too bad.Hofaie:" TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results, Try'em. Just Dial 442-6242,

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