Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 4, 1974
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I 5AY THAT ITS TIME IdE Alt. TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT SOME OF OUR CHERISHEP INSTITUTIONS! I LOOK CLOSER, KIP, AND I'LL PROP A BRICK ON JUST KCAUSE W^ A SCHOOL WN'T THINK WURE 6£YO«b HAVE A SEAT. I HAVETO LIE. DOWN BAD BACK. 1 U TO-UKE TO f EXPLAIN "ANEW Tt .POLICY./ A TICKET? E(?, HOW MUCH? KING BOONA-LA 15 BELOVED FATHER OF OUR COUNTCV, MV 0OV «A5 UP«T SAU6E y SAW THAT wg WA HESfllD HIS FUST WORD WHAT \AJUZ IT, MflW? PflW--I-TOOKTflTER OO'ERTOTWIW FORKS TO GIT. HIS DITCHER TOOK/fW'GUESS WHAT!.' PP-POLECAT DAY ?WHEN OUR TRIBE RISES AND DRIVES t OLtr-DANCEO NUReVEV )oiuNS AT THE BALALAIKA P6STIVA1- , SORRY! Mo MORE VOU, MINNIE/ 1M AFRA1P I've or WHAT YOU AM6MT CAU-A PRINKIN - - PROBLEM / '·' 'PUT. If OM " ' AW" TAB, MARVIN SUV JU5T TOiP AlE Hey, ZERO/ JO THE''0eACrt WITH ·ME ANP see - THERE'S A LOT OF 0TUFF TOPAV-- LET' SEE WHAT WE CAN PICK UP DP? CRACKERS AMD PEANUT 6 UTTER MAKE A GREAT BEDTIME SNACK JUST GETTING RID O THE CRUMBS, DEAR Believe 7t orNot/ Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 4. 1974 * T9 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Allergy To Mijk May Be A Physical Problem TOMB IN-TOMSK, SIBERIA, HOLDS TH REMAINS Of A PEASANT NAMED rYODOK KUZMICH,IN TOE BELIEF WT HE WAS ACTUALLY RUSSIAN CZAR ALEXANDER I WHO ESCAPED ASSASSINATION IN B25- A/JO SURVIVED FOR fHOTH£K36Yf/KSPIS- GUISCD AS a HUHBIE FAKHIR TEAPOT Submitted ba . FranK Ramos, Los KtOflK, (a lift LORD DUHRAYENdcii-1926) A WAR CORRESPONDENT, WAS THE ONLY MftN WHO ATTENDED SfllUES, WHICH ENDED THE FRANCO -PRUSSIAN WftR. IN 1871AND-THE. TREATY OF VERSAILLES WHICH ENDED UOKID UfiKl IH1919 FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope I know that milk is good for my children. But one of them Jets · physically- sick whenever ' insist that-he drink his milk, -'ould- this bb.p'sycholpgical?- . .- ;.:.,,,."'· 'Mrs. T.U., Ga. Dear Nirs. U!: '/ ' "- r - " " I hav;e constantly .reiterated he fact that-the^mind and body are a close, unity, that affect each other in every body function. Yet, when no effort is made :o really trace a medical problem it is unfair to use the "copout" method of ·· pointing an accusing finger at the mind. Before you label your child's problem as "psychological", you; m u s t , first learn if there is any physical condition : spohsible for tolerate milk; lonverl lactose into another ype of sugar which could be digested more easily. Until such limes as this work s completed, it is pointless to nsist t h a t your child drink milk. There are other excellent substitutes for milk and with supplementary, vitamins and minerals you can be certain that his nutritional requirements will be maintained -" his inability to Allergy;' of ^course, 'is the first thought that comes to mind. Another is that some people l a c k ' a special enzyme that is ·ssary for the proper diges- Look in the section in which birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Avoid a tendeny toward indifference. You may [eel l u k e w a r m ' 1 about some suggestions proffered, but look into them, anyway. They could prove of value. ; TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Planetary aspects give a lift to your personality, help you to spur activities to a lively It's a day for achievement! Just one admonition: Be careful in whom you confide. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Mercury now stimulates your quick mind and alertness to unusual trends and off-beat situations. Taking advantage of this, you can now strike a new note in distinguished action. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Tact and orderliness are the traits to emphasize now. Some of your future objectives are shaping up. Don't upset the applecart. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Don't jump to hasty conclu- And, even where long- Be especially - careful in personal matters,- how you project your aims, desires. Act -with discretion, perceptively. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) Take precautions in written and verbal agreements and scrutinize all situations care fully. You could discover hi therlo unrecognized benefits. CAPRICORN (Dec. -22 to Jan 20) You may have to'revise some p r e v i o u s l y made plans reevaiuale conditions generally Don't hesitate to ask questions seek counsel where needed. ; AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Manageability must be youi keyword now -- especially - in areas where'-divcrgont ^opinions and various personalities maj be encountered. Keep percep postponed changes are due, do not make them impulsively. Best efforts could be offset by premature action. " VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Don't play both ends against the middle; keep everything we! Ibalanced: apply top skills to give endeavors needed finesse. Good indications generally. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) ·You' have advantages over others in certain respects and over you in others. Capitalize on your talents and maneuver situations adroitly. New opportunities soon. SCORPIO (Oct. 24' to Nov. 22) ion of milk. Milk contains a substance Isn't it dangerous to use cortisone instead of an antihistamine for a severe nasal allergy? Dear Miss A.: Miss E.G.A., Pa. Cortisone drugs are changeably. and antihistamine not used inter- They are totally ailed "lactose", or milk sugar, omc people are unable to netabolize. this and actually levelop nausea, vomiting and liarrhea when they drink milk. Because milk is so high in irpfein, minerals and vitamins. :cientific research'is ai the'pre- ent on-goirrg in a'n effort to . . -- - - - '-"j un, tutaji v foreign to each other in chemical composition. Cortisone, one of the most remarkable substances known to man, is used with caution and only after critical judgment by the doctor. When anti-allergy, or antihis- tamme. drugs are not effective cortisone in small doses 13 sometimes used to break tha cycle-of severe nasal allergy. when it is used, it is given m gradually reduced amounts until the nasal allergy in controlled. Then it is possible to resume antihistamine drugs with" better effectiveness. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder Hi Msstern' Individual Championship Play) I Lion needed -- and tact! PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Handle routine before .at empting the new or extracurri cular. Gains indicated in finan cial matters, public affairs anc maritime interests. YOU BORN TODAY '. are '. a highly idealistic individual, intellectually inclined, and 'noted for your unswerving dependability and practicality. You are less reserved and inhibited than most other ^Virgoans; .make friends easily,' but may have only a few close companions. Love of home and family is another of your outstanding traits, but you . are rarely demonstrative, so loved ones do not always recognize the depth of your feeling for them. A little more display, of your affections could bring iyeal hapniness. Fields in which you. cpuld win great success: Medicine, ' t h e law, journalism. diplomacy, music and the theater. Birth- date of: Carol Lawrence, singer, actress; Bob Newhart, TV star. North dealer. Both .sides vulnerable. NORTH . . 6 4 3 » A K « Q 1 0 9 8 7 5 + A K 'WEST *9 : r j 6 5 3 2 » A K + 8 7 6 4 2 EAST * A K B 7 5 2 » 8 4 " ' » . J 2 ' . 4 1 0 5 3 Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS- 1 Fourth caliph 4 Kind-of . race 9 Fireplace projection 12 Helr ·13 Greek letter 14 Money of account 15 The ·kinkajou 17 Wooden peg 18 Chinese pagoda' 19 Dies -- . 21 Barrymore, et al; 24 Javanese half-caste girls 27 Gorcey or Genn 28 Moot gift 30 To crowd 31 Wild buffalo 33 Yelp 35 Sea swallow 38 General 'tenor 38 Work unit 40 Marry 41= Sedge : warbler 43 Obliterates 45 Lave 46'Container 47 -- Paulo 49 Japanese raisin tree 54 Japanese statesman 55 Wear away 56 Indian 57 Garden plot .58 Scoff : ' 59 Dancer-'s. cymbals · DOWN ITree 9 Melons 10 Spanish ' ; gpld ' '. II.Sack ; ' 16, Summer. : pn the : Loire 2 Card game'20 The-dill 3 Hostel 21 Biblical 4 Fine grosgrain 5 Elnvoys 6 Famous general herb Avg. solution time; 26 min. name 22 -- f irma 23 Tasmanian shrub 25 Concur 7 Once more 26 Dispatches. 8 Eurasian 29 Menu item 32 Pilaster 34 Go before 37 Tableware 39 More - : dismal 42 Spine 48 Consumed 5D Noah, in the N.T. 51 Worn groove 52 Greek letter Answer to yesterday's puzzle, 53;Lamprey 48 IB 45 2S 49 58 29 39 44 40" 52 U 55 . SOUTH. .*Q J 10' V Q 10 9 7 » 6 4 3 . + Q J9 West Pass The bidding: ···· North "East "South: 1» 1* I N T 3 NT Opening" lead -- nine" " of pades. · · Hear' Mr. Becker: I have een a reader of your column or many years : and have ollowed'With interest your reci- al'of the exploits of some of le most prominent players in le world. " ' : ' ' = ' However, -though I've : .never 'on . a : national championship, r, for that- matter, any other Bridge Hall of Fame, I hereby stake rny claim to at least equal recognition as one of the world's foremost players. The only catch is that all my marvelous bids and plays take place while I'm asleep, and I will confess here and now that .here is an enormous difference solwcen the way I play when I'm awake and the way I play when I'm asleep. In case you don't believe me. just ask my partners how I play when I am not in the Land of Nod. Here is a typical example of my prowess. I played the hand just last night -- while asleep, of course. I was West and led the nine of spades. My wife Saphira won the trick with the king and.continued with the ace and a low spade. I am sure that most players would think South must now make Ihe contract -- since his only losers, as the cards lie. appear to be two diamond tricks. But. as I've indicated before, such players are totally unaware of the brilliance of my play when I am in the arms of Morpheus. On the ace of spades I discarded the king of diamonds, and on the t h i r d round of spades I discarded the a c e of diamonds! As a result of these of championshio. - my ame Is not inscribed -in the two plays there was nothing whatever South could do . to avoid going down two. Cordially vours, Ananias Jones. PONYTAIL "Oh, Hobie and I won't be gone long, Daddy.. .I've got a date with Donald in an hour!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, give full description ai.J start your; Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel it when results are obtained. You'll only be charged for the actual number of days the ad ran.

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