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IOCOI Wri£R£ AKE- Y ...IT'S TIME TO LEAVE FOR TUB I TRY THAT POSSU/A DISGUISE A SAIN / THERE'S OMerM yOU PONT ZEE V6K-V OFTEN A SKAFFITI WRITER WITr( NOTH1N6- TO SAY WE'LtiORDER THREE HOT-FUDGE SUNDASS AND EAT TW/O TO SHOW.WE HAVE .WILLPOWER Sehcve/torAbt/ ; y r / r *" , · ^ X? MARGARET, COUNTESS OF SALISBURY A NIECE OP KIHG- EDWARD W, LOST A BROTHER, SON, HER FATHER, AND GRANDFATHER TO DEATH BY VIOLENCE -AHO MAS HEKSELF DECAPITATED BY 'KINO HEHRYHD THE CHURCH FRANCE, 270FEET HIGH, /S WSISl£ FOR A Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. Tl, 1974 ft .23 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Sigmpid Examination Part Of Good Physical llllllllinilUinil USED BY FR£ttC. : GAN6STER2 ·-/i coMNfir/ofi PISTOL. DAGGER AND BRASS KMUCXLES FRANCES. DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outook is, according to the stars. FOR THUKS., SEPT. 1Z ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Expand in operations going well, setting a better pace for speedier results. S t r e s s your Tine organizational ability. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) A relatively cay day -- once you get the gist of trends and go ahead at a steady tempo. Personal relationships highly Favored. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Don't let emotions dictate your actions -- a tendency now. In all situations, face facts and be realistic. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) D o n ' t ' permit trifles to be blown out of porportion, distorting your .innate perceptiveess and good judgment.. Aim to ease tensions in close circles. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Some reviewing needed. Certain obstacles in your path will call for either more concentrated effort or a complete revision of plan, if they are to be overcome. VIRGO .(Aug. 24 to Sept. 23). You may ; feel somewhat hampered, restrained, where you would like more Jreedom. Look = well before- pressing beyond certain limits, however. Some of your goals may ;bordei oh the unreasonable. v LIBRA (Sept:i24 to Oct. 23) .A fine da;/ in which to capitalize; oh your.unusual of combining the' artistic With the practical:- You can produce some excellent'results how.- SCORPIO (Oct.' 24 to Nov. 22) Favorable Mars "influence; etiMyen'..-this .day. ·': Strategic moves; : headwbrk 'and taking-calcnlated risks; will be harbingers of highly sueces'sf u scoring. - :. .' SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to'Dec 21) Give 0 break Us monotony. If endeavor does not turn out to .'our satisfaction, don't be pe s s i m i s t i c . Try another method. 'APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Great activity -- along with a few snags! Prepare to expect the unexpected. Your in- mte ingenuity, however, and Foresight will see you through. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Neither lear to step into a new or changed picture, nor step in before you are ready. Xnoiv your ground sufficiently and the views of associate, too. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If it will help to clear up 1 situation in sensible fashion, lon't turn down any feasible suggestion. But discriminate iclweeri the astute and the ash. YOU .BORN TODAY are endowed with a keenly analytical mind, 'unusual resourceful- icss and an enaging personality. Your versatility is out- tanding. too, and there are many fields in which, properly .rained, of course, you could carve out a highly successful career; You would m a k e a brilliant scientist, inventor or lawyer.or, in the arts, could excel as a writer or dramatist. In' fact, where the theater is concerned, you could shine in almost any of its branches -as actor, director, producer or, superbly, as a critic. Your humanitarian impulses often you to take up "causes" in (his field, your gifts for organisation and promoting, would make your services invaluable. You are an excellent worker, always forthright and trustworthy: are not always as tolerant .as you" might be, however. Birthdate of: Richard Galling, inventor of the machine gun; Maruice Cheval- a new, twist to routim When a sigmoid examination is suggested by a doctor does that mean he is looking for a cancer?' . . ' ' Mr. T.M.T., 111. Dear Mr. T.: The sigmoid is a portion of the' large intestine that leads to the rectal opening. Every patient over 30 has a rectal examination included in a complete physical." So important is this examination that no physical checkup can be complete without it. Occasionally, a special type of examination of the large bowel is done with a sigmoido- scope. Although moderately unpleasant, the examination is not a painful one. The ''oenefits outweigh the dis comfort. By looking through this instrument, .the mucou: membrane lining of the lowe portion of (he large inleslini can be inspected for infection inflammation, tumors, polyps or bleeding. The fact that your docto wants to do 'this examinatioi does not mean that he i "looking for cancer." Rather he will be seeking answers t the problems you present t him. It is pointless to delay thi Even after a' good nigh't'i leep I get a .sudden feeling f drowsiness. It happens most Hen when 1 am at work. Miss V.R., N.Y. Dear Miss R.; I am sure there are those vho would immediately infer hat you are simply bored with igmoidoscopy.. b e c a u s e '"of nxiety. ·our job. However. I would urge o seek other reasons for your drowsiness. Poor ventilation in a room or excess humidity in a very warm room may be" re- .ponsible for a lethargic, sle'epy eeling, especially after eating a heavy lunch. People with low blond pressure may have episodes of drowsiness. Fumes, heav concentrations of tobacco smoke and drugs, especially antihistamines. may he a factor. It should not be too difficult to track down the reason : for your complaint, n e v e r forgetting that the reason could be a psychological one. : S p e a k i n g of y «u r health.. .Recovery from disease is not complete until 'the patient 'relieves it, and begins to enjov his good health. To "keep harping on his illness or operation will prolong invalid ism. ',', B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) mi TMTMTMTM^^^ ilh dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH * ' Q J 9 2 » J » Q 9 5 * Q 1 0 7 4 3 WEST * 6 5 3 » 9 » K 10 8 7 4 2 + A 8 2 EAST *- » 10 8 7 5 4 3 » J6 + K J 9 6 5 SOUTH ' * A K 10 8 7 4 » A K·· Q 6 2 * A 3 *_ ier, 'French entertainer; Mencken, Amer. author. H.L. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Modish 5 Female swan 8 Peruvian Indian 12 Leander loved her 13 Menu item 14 Resound 15 Algerian city 16 Employ 47 Native of Chosen 51 Secret language 52 Sense organ 54 River in Italy 55 Nervous, malady of Malaya 56 Thrice (music) 17 Mr. Gardner 57 Unless (L.) 18 Himalayan 58 A tissue 59 Donkey 60 Peter or mammals 20 Tame 22 Greek mountain 24 Note in the scale 25 Fruit 28 Idiot 33 Fourth caliph 34 Melody 35 Beetle 36 Aloofness 39 Roman garment 40 Conjunction 41 Calm 43 Marsh birds Ivan DOWN 1 Mince 2 Queen of heaven 3 Persia 4 American vulture 5 Shade of blue 6 Dawn goddess' 7 Require 8 An emetic 9 St. Philip -- 32 Epoch 10 Summon 37 City in 11 To the sheltered side 19 Like 21 Madrid cheer 23 Vestment 25 Apartment? 26 Hebrew priest 27 Sloths 29 Waves 30 Artificial language 31 Kind of record The bidding: South West !* Pass North East Pass Opening lead -. ace'of clubs. One : tends to exclude unlikelj distribution . from the reck bning, but this can be a serious nistake, as declarer learned ti lis sorrow in this hand. South ruffed the opening fclul ead, .drew three rounds ,^o .rumps, played a' hcait to tin jack, ruffed a club,', and casliei :he A-K-Q of hearts, discarding ,wo diamonds from dummy. This method of /play wouli lave, succeeded had the heart. leen divided normally - that: is, -3. In that case, declarer would have ruffed a diamond ' in dummy and easily scored the rest of the tricks. But with the hearts divided as they were, South found himself going down one. He Jiad .wo losers in his hand - a heart and a diamond - and conld' not ruff them b o t h with the-one trump that remained in dummy. Yet the contract was ice-cold. There was a better line of p|ay, and South failed to spot,, it. Instead of. attempting lo Tuff iiisTosers .in' dummy, he should have reversed that, process^ by ruffing dummy's losers in^his hand. At .trick' two South' leads a trump to the nine arid at trick three r u f f s , a second,'club.:'.He then plays a trump to'the jack, ruffs another club at trick five, plays a heart to the jack, .and ruffs still another club with;his last trump. ' .. After t r u m p i n g ' a .low heart in dummy,. South draws West's last trump .with the'queen, on which he; discards a- diamond, and ·- so, make's, the ;,last four tricks \vith'the ace of diamonds and A-K-Q of hearts. South's thirteen tricks consist of four-'clu r : ruffs in-:his hand, four trump tricks in; dummy, the A-K-Q-J pf^bearts and; the ace of .diamonds.' The dummy reversal works like a charm. PONYtAll Avg. solution lime: 26 mill. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Kansas 38 Land measure 39 Absolute ruler 42 Thus 43 Scram! 44 Alaska city · 45 Pagan deily 46 Bristle 48 Sisler of Ares 49 Handle 50 Black (Kr.) 53 An affirmative SZ 59 "I've never seen Mr. Watson so surprised Donald!.. .He asked you a question and you knew UM OMC \tiav \ " 1 answer!' WANT ACTION? Phone- ; 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, give full description avl start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel it when results are obtained. You'll onlj be charged for the actual number of days the.*d ran. ·

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