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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 9, 1974
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I UONPER WHERE SHE IS...NO ONE 'EVER TELLS ME ANYTHIN6! TALKS TO MET I'VE BEEN UAITIN6 ALL WEEKENP FOR HER.. Believe/t or JVbt/ IS* GRAVE MARKERS IN OLD ESKIMO BURIAL 6ROONQS, ARE WtMU RIBS LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Reader Seeks Diet For Gall Bladder Problems HERE COMES A\V WIFE AND SON NOW.' TM MARRIED, AND HOOKED ' WWATSi'iON R6.CECAR WITH \\Df?MNG-/ s vou?J v ----M-^ I f $50,000 TO GET YOUR SON'S FIANCEE OUT OP NOT A BOOTH ANYHOW THE UAME OF FOOFY \s BOUND TO BE A FRIVOLOUS NITWIT/ MY SON t'JA TWNKW6 ABOUT. VJE HAVEN'T BEEN ON THE BEST OF TERAS LATELV. l'- I'VE GOT TO HOLD , \ - HI,-CHRIS, CAW YOU MV gAG AMP MEET ME AT THE AIRPORT. 3 IWv FfcflNS TO MAMDU M AM'HOUR. ONTO MY SON, MR. SAWYER. VOU MUSTTTUMK A IOT OF HER. X ftsff BAOC UP THERE M NO T(M£. ^ IKNOWITLL I RELAX THE PALEFACES V -I MEAN THE WHITE . DEVILS-ER-1 ( MEAN VOUR PEOPLE- WCREASETHE SHLEMEELIUAA IN EACH BOTTLE OF BURPSI-BOOMA IOOO . TIMES/ TO UTTER HELPLESSNESS -BUT us NOBLE REDMEN -1 MEAN US NOBLE EXECUTIVES -HAVE OUR REASONS.'. SCORNED-By SWINE-ER-I- MEAN A.RAVEW NUTLEX SPEAKIN THIS AHJ5T YOUR ULICKY HOPS, YOU CAN FIND A WtW DRSS fOK ME IN THAT WA60M T(?AIM 60IN6OUT To AMSUSH YOU 6ET A LITTLE PUNCHY AFTEK AWHUE MY WOODEN SPOON, BE6UE? CHO? CHOP CHOP BE FT A LOWER OR AM UPPER I'LL HAVE YOU CHEWING IN TIME FOR SUPPER YOU ACTUALLY \fJOKK OM PEOPLE'S TESTH IMTHEIR HOMES? VO'^CCCLAIBOKNE (ms-isn) OF VIRGINIA,WAS TWICE ELECTED TO G3NGRKS BEFORE ttCREACHlD 7HC USfit M/MMOM A6C OF 25. HE WAS ELECTED TO QDMPLErt ANDREW JACKSOftS TERM AT THE XV3E OF 22, /MD WAS EEELECTED 2 YEARS LATER. ' ~ - · ' NDIA, SHAPSD LIKE A GIANT 9-9 0 · Northw** Arkantas HMtS, Monday, Sept. 9, FAVrmVILLI. ARK AMI A* ' · FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Every year or two I have slight gall bladder attack. Can you outline a good sensible diet that can prevent these painful episodes? Mrs. V.L., Minn. Dear Mrs. L.: It must be assumed, of course, that you are not _uessing that you have a gall Madder condition -- that it has been dianosed. Even in the absence of stone in the gall bladder as seen by X-ray; low-grade infections can be present. The thin lining of the gall bladder can become swollen and inflamed and produce typical gall bladder symptoms. In general, when gall bladder disease is suspected, a low fat diet is suggested. Fatty moats fried foods and egg yolks are definitely restricted. Chocolate, peanut butler olives, creams, butter, rich pas tries, fish canned in oil, and (gravies are on the taboo list oo. Anyone who has ever had a Look in Ihe section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUES., SEPT. 10 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Stellar influences indicate that this is a time to step up efforts. Mingle with those who encourage your desire to achieve. Good news in the offing. TAURUS (Apr: 21 to May 21) Present aspects suggest keen observance of conditions and situations before launching new projects. Some misleading factors possible. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Tact and finesse will help you to attain ends you cannol achieve with force. Discounl rumors, seek truths, avoid indecisiveness. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Admonitions for this day: Do not be capricious in likes or dislikes, whether personal or business. It will lead to discont ent. uncertainty -- in general poor performance. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) You may find it easier to do things yourself instead o depending on others who do no wish to cooperate. In any event don't force issue. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Do not.turn from the conven tional: It will take a lot of doing to get things back in order. I new peak in personal prestigi possible. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Certain persons or thing could cause needless aggrava tion and unwarranted delays Handle all with your innat poise and know-how. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) If a proposed plan or projec is well-advised, try it, eve though it is "unusual." It coul ust prove to be one of your nost interesting challenges. AGITTAHIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) Be sure of your road now 'erhaps you should look over 'our program once. more. A light revision might be jus' what the doctor ordered." ;APfUCORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 0) Correspondence, meetings creative pursuits, good fellow :hip and community interest lead a long list of favored acti ities. A really good day! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 Your activie mind will relisl Iris challenging period. Crea ive writing, literary pursuit and educational matters shouli lold special interest. 'ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Good influences! Plan your ichedule early, isolate prioritie quickly and tackle with ne\ igor. Spearhead your drivi vith confidence in success. YOU BORN TODAY are one of the most thorough, steady _ ng and down-to-earth peopl of the zodiac. An idealist with icholarly inclinations, you also combine the practical with the artistic; thus could make a great success in a variety of fields. You could excel in the theater as actor, producer or drama critic; in the literary world, as novelist. Journalist or critic; in the nrofessions. as scientist, educator or lawyer. You love lo travel -- especially by water -- and are likely to meet a varieity of persons, and have more than one career during an interesting, colorful life. All this, of course, if livir. on the higher plane. Undeveloped, the Virgoan is inclined to be self-centered, overly critical of others, self-complacent and smug. Birthdate of: Roger Maris, baseball player; Amok Palmer, renowned golfer. evere gall bladder attack nows what a small sacrifice his is to avoid another attack. What is "bronze diabetes?" Mr. G.B., Conn, )oar Mr. B.: Bronze diabetes, or hemo- chromatosis, is a rare disease, "t must not be confused with he ordinary diabetes mellilus. This unusual disorder is one n which iron-containing pigments are deposited in the liver and the pancreas and cause a peculiar bronze color of Ilia skin. Its cause is unknown. Is ether still used in today's surgery? Miss R.R., S.C. Dear Miss R.: Ether still is one of the most remarkable and safest of all anesthetics. Unfortunately, the post-operative nausea is distressing. There are now a number of new gases which are just as safe and effective and do not produce the post-operative discomfort of ether. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) East dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * A Q 8 6 « A K J 10 8 4 1 0 5 2 WEST * J 9 » A.10 5 4 3 2 ».3 + J 9 7 6 EAST *7 53 » K J 8 7 · Q 9 652 *.A Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS ' 1 Noted composer School of ' whales 8 Flit Prussian river .IS Riy«r in Asia 14 Assam silkworm 15 Chinese province 16 Rome and Paris · 18 Biblical mount 20 Puppets 21 Lease 22 Costello, for one ·23 Fine potterj 26Tule ' 30 Parrot 31 Girl o' song 32 The' turmeric 33 Nautical term 36 Serfs 38 Self 39 Tiger 40 Arrange in folds 43 American grape 47 Corrected 49 Jean's father 50 Exclamation 51 Blunder 52 Regan's ' father 53 Ancient city 54 Actor Marvin 55 Root of the taro Avg. solution DOWN 1 Pagan god 2 Egyptian singing and dancing girl 3 Mace 4 Harbinger 5 Edge finish 5 Pearl Buck heroine 7 Pickpocket 8 Emergency route 9 Inland sea 10 Small stream 11 News agency time: 27 min. Answer to Saturday's puzzle/ 17 Seel Down 19 Born 22 Sift (dial. Eng.) 23 Firmament 24 Size of coal 25 Paddle 26 Worthless fellow 27 Ornamental vessel 28 Bishopric 29 Possesses 31 Theater sign 34 Divest of office 35 Dyer's vat 36 Devour 37 Chief commodity 39 A frame 40 Interjection 41 Depend 42 At a distance 43 Wax 44 Lawn pest 45 Nail 4 Air: comb. . form 24 si 32 29 SOUTH A K 10 4 2 V Q 6 4 7 4 + K Q 8 4 3 The bidding: East South West North 'ass Pass Pass 1V 3 ass 14 Pass 3 * Pass 4 A Opening lead - three, of dta- londs. They say .-".II is fair in love nd war, anrl, to a large extent, ic same can be said ot bridge Consider this 'deal played in ic 1972 world championship by ranee and Italy. The bidding ent as shown when the Frencl eld the North-South cards am Vest (Belladonna) led the three [ diamonds. If you examine all four hands : is obvious that declarer mus score at least ten tricks. All he has to do is draw t h r e e rounds of trumps and play a club from dummy. Come what may, he makes the contract; osing at most three tricks. But the French declarer went own one - and how this oc- nrred is a wonderful example f how one can accomplish by chicanery what cannot be ac- o m p l i s h e d f oy traditional defense. Declarer won the diamond vith the ace and led the ace of spades on which Belladonna played the jack! Perhaps this vas not the most brilliant false- card in the history of the game, but it had an electric e f f e c t upon declarer. Convinced by the fall of tha .ack that the trumps were divided 4-1 and that the hand would become extremely awkward to play if he led another round of trumps, declarer shifted his attention in clubs b'y playing a low one from dummy at trick three. At this point the roof collapsed. East (Avarelli) won the club with the ace and returned a diamond which Belladona ruffed/ Belladonna returned a club, which Avarelli ruffed,and a heart return by Avarelli to his partner's ace was the last nail in the coffin. East-West had won four tricks in succession to put the ice-cold contract down one. PONYTAIL "I wish he'd just get mad at my wrong answers... it bothers me when he laughs hysterically!" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Reader* respond more quickly and favorably whe» given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach, you. Alwayi insert your telephone number or your name and address. H you do not have regular hours, jjlve a preferred time to have prospect* call you. PI/ACE YOUKSELF in the reader's position and ask yoursaU what you would like to know (about your offer). The answer you five will make a good Classified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring satisfaction do so, not through any lack of readership, but because they do not contain enough information to get prompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can be secured for your advertisement by ordering consecutive insertions. 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