Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 16, 1974 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 16, 1974
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3 Z SOMEONE SAIO AlE TAUKINS TO THE SCHOOL 6UILPIN6, AMP REPOKTEP MS. 70 THE PRINCIPAL! HE THINKS W CftW...HE WANTS ME TO SEE ODK FAMILV POCTOK... I HOP£ W REALIZE I'VE l HOPE; wu REALIZE I'VE BEEN 5UFf£KIN6'IN SILENCE] TAKT£ IT J TO OU(? h. n DEPARTMENT/ ' WHftT WAS \/ABOUT A GUV^ VOUR COMIC I NAMED BUCK STRIP ABOUT/ DANGERFIELP KELUY? / WHO CAPTURES WILD /WlMAL-j. QET5 IMTO ALL. SORTS OF SCRAPES WITH THE LIKE. SOLWPS XCITWfi. JfSs VEAH, BUT TOO MUCH coMPtrmaN FROM THE 1 TOP ADVENTURE STRIPS AND TV. THE SYNCHCAT6' | COULDMT SELU rr TO ENOUGH PAPERS TO PAY 5-THE.ENGRW4G COSTS, ACCORDING -, TO AW PEAL ' WITH PAP,T'IL " START S6LLIMQ HIS FERTILIZER. eoou is you BUT A 18,6 SNIFF, SCRATCH AN-tfUW PONTTM6AN N01HIN7 THANK WORE LUCKV STARS FERTHRT MflWI! FETCH ME MV CORN SQUEEZIM'Sii CRN T GIT NOBODV PLflY HOUSE VW1FME UKB LIVINe IN LOW- REr^fT APARTMENr IN MOSCOW rr LT TRV PHILADELPHIA TT TRytr up ANOTHER 5OO FEET,'.' BURPIN6 DEAFENING DON'T tea ME get A a rue FEATHERS OFF THE CHICKEM A6AIW / WHAT'S FOR SUPPER THAT WILL, TICKLE PALATe BEEJiZ, 6EJ OUT OF TMAT DITCM. I'M VOLJ MAPS \ /Jon' WHAT ABOUT MY fll If tOUAUJEAOYATE l '"S YOOR BREAKFAST TWE LEAST M3U CAN DO IS KHEPTOOR HUS6ANDAVAKE WHlLEHESeATOG/ DAS WOOD, WAKE UP- BREAKFAST? ITS TIME TO SO TO V/ORK/ ^- n orNoi/\ =*-· - LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Acupuncture Use, Abuse Reach Record Proportions iHiniBii!|iHfiii:ii;ii6iiiiii:ii;ii;ii!i!iMiBiiKMWi!ciiiM 3 SEPARATE CHUflCHES BUILT C1.0SE TOGETHER NEflR ·i Bischofsmais,Bawna,'. . · AND flit DEDICATED TO ST. HERMAN, WIRE BUILT BY 3 BKOTHCKS NMAfD HERMAN WHO COULD NO! AGREE ON THE BIST KSI6H EMPEROR KAO TSU D of China SURVIVED COUNTLESS ENEMV ATTACKS IN BATTLE, OILY TO DIE IN A PAROXYSM Of PAGE OVER AN INSULT FROM KING IEAO OF THE TARTARS CWTAINEDINA LETTER (992) FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope IIMIIIll Look in the section in which tour birthday comes and find vhat your outlook-is, according to the stars. FOR TUES., SEPT. 17 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Highly benefic Mars influen- ses now stimulate business and inancial matters, promise new ipportunities to. further worth- vhile goals. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) S t u b b o r n insistence, on sticking to old practices without regard to new or more fittinj ones could tie a big drawbaci now. Look forward! GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Now you have an opportunity .0 spread your wings a bit, to nvestigate new projects, areas of activity. But do not drop veil-planned undertakings merely for the sake of change." CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Your judgment is usually more than keen enough to help n handling complex situations, nil it may need some sharpen- ng now, when you could face unusual complications. JX) (July 24 to Aug. 23) Note whether you are reading the sure road, the ·ight one. .There is always a iay for reviewing, and this may be it. You should hear some ;ood news from afar. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) A good word from the right source may enable you to gain he recognition you have been seeking. Confidential matters lighly favored. " IBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Slow down to gather forces nore compactly, to conduct activities more adroitly. .Don't deviate from - a pre-planned schedule for no good reason. "CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) This should be a stimulating day, but there are two admonitions; Don't take on more than s reasonable and don't scattei energies -- both tendencie: now. 1AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec Small things may try you:. Jatience, but you have the wil lower to overcome aggravation Use it! Keep your mind clea you can act properly at stra tegic moments. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan Some unexpected situation possible, so:be alert. Take tim to think over all the angles then, in your usual competen manner, set out to correc what's undesirable. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 An immediate follow-up 01 certain plans and project recently begun will be import ant now, since you have the "go" sign in all endeavors. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Get facts and figures straigh before attempting new under takings. Don't stretch your hue get too far, but do not hesitat to spend a bit in a truly soun venture. YOUR BORN TODAY ar endowed with extraordinary intelligence, a philosophical outlook on life and an integrity which inspires the confidence of all with whom you deal. You enjoy travel hut, actually, are h a p p i e r in your home surroundings; make an ideal helpmate and parent. You are highly imaginative but, when practical action is needed, can be in there first - and with surety. Virgoans excel in many ways, often reaching the top as educators, scientists, writers, musicians or actors, Also, being extremely discriminating ' in your tastes, you would make an outstanding literary or dramatic critic. NorthwMt Arkantat TIMES, Won., Sept. 16, 1974 rAYETTIVILU, AHK»N»»1 The use and abuse of acu- iuncture has reached epidemic evels in the United States. When interest In acupuncture was revived in this country ifter years of disregard, it pread rapidly to the laity and o physicians. Favorable reports from China nd documented cases by relia- le American experts made it mpcrative that a complete 'eview of the history and the :oncept of acupuncture be undertaken. The Federal government and he National Institutes of Health established study committees to e v a l u a t e acupuncture tho- ·oughly and objectively. Dr. John J. Bonica, of the University of Washington, is one of America's authorities on he subject of pain. As chairman of the United States overnment Study Committee on Acupuncture, he submitted a report based on his own personal observations during a scientific trip through China. His committee has also extensively reviewed the literature and the reports from research groups at the Institutes of Health. In n recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Dr. Bonica ashed out vigorously at unscrupulous persons exploiting :he public's interest in acupunc- ure through the operation of treatment centers. The conclusions he draws are: 1. The misuse of acupuncture to try to cure ' disease is an mportant health problem. 2. The widespread use nf acupuncture to try to cure disease is unwarranted at the present lime. Dr. Bonica does say that there is sufficient evidence to suggest that acupuncture therapy may gain a place in American medicine. It does relieve pain and other symptoms in some patients. However, Dr. Bonica charges that in the United States "many unscrupulous persons are exploiting the public's interest by the way they operate, their, acupuncture centers or institutes." One of the dangers of acupuncture is that some serious treatable diseases are overlooked because of unnecessary delay. ' The potential value of acupuncture will be brought to light by thorough scientific studies. Until then, patients must thrive on the fears and ills of man. !i!i!iii!iniiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiniiimi!niiiiii»!Hiiiiniiin!iiiiiin^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Master*' Individual Championship Play) West dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH *65 V Q 7 6 » A Q 10 6 ^ * A 6 5 WEST * Q 4 » K 8 5 4 3 2 * 98 + K 8 4 EAST * K J 9 8 3 2 » J I O * J 7 3 + 102 Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Energy 4 Harlow or Peters . 8 Famous ship 12 WUig 13 Israeli seaport 14 Adam's grandson 15 Common value . 16 Vitamins, et al. 18 Famous violin 20 Unmatched 21 Small particle 24 Texas · shrine 28 Festival of Dionysus 32 Ardor 33 Hudson or ; Biscay 34 Old Finnish poetry 36 Entire amount 37 Footwear 39 Peace 41 Place of sacrifice 43 City in New York 44 Man's · nickname 46 Having a restless desire 50 Undue exaction 55 Scottish explorer 56 Ananias, for one 57 Girl's name 58 Bird , 59 Small arachnid 60 Period of time 61 German . river " Avg. solution DOWN 1 Composer Haydn 2 Ancient country 3 Amazon estuary 4 Porter 5 French ' coin 6 Skill 7 Famous fiddler 8 Obelisk 9 Hostelry 10 Negative particle 11 Donkey 17 Mountain on Crete time: 27 min. 19 Japanese porgy 22 Burden 23 Forty- niner 25 Mountain range 26 Brewer's need 27 Sole .28 Father 29 British prison 30 Peasant of India 31 Air: comb, form 35 Study group 38 Hindu poet 40 Seine 42 Karel Capek opus '45 Remain 47 Indian 48 Injury 49 Longings 50 Tree 51 Roman numeral 52 Make lace 53 Chemical suffix 54 Indian of Tierra del Fuego '61 10 48 It 27 49 SOUTH * A 10 7 V A 9 » R 5 4 *Q J 97 3 The bidding: West North East South Pass l » 14 2 + 2V 3* Pass 3* Dble Pass Pass 6* Opening lead - q u e e n of spades. The element of luck is substantially reduced in duplicate bridge, where the same deal is played at more than one table, but it is not entirely eliminated. Misbidding is not always punished, because sometimes the cards are .so placed for declarer that a relatively poor contract comes marching home. Consider this deal from the 1969 world championship match between the United States and Italy. The bidding went as frown when Ranee and Lazard icld the North South cards for le U.S. team. Six clubs was certainly an imbitious undertaking on the hand and would normally go down more often than not. But L a z a r d made the slam by guessing the trump position correctly and also finding th« diamonds divided favorably. He won the spade lead with the ace, played the jack of clubs and finessed. The fines* succeeding, Lazard had to decide whether West was more likely to have started with tha K-B-4 of clubs and East the 10-2. or whether West had the Kand East the 10-8-2. In the former case, continuing with the queen of clubs at trick three would be t h e winning play; in the latter case, a low club lead was necessary.' Lazard guesed right - as he usually does - when he led the queen, pinning West's king and East's ten in one fell swoop. Thereafter, he had no difficulty making the slam, scoring 1,370 points. The American team had a further shot of luck on the deal when the Italian South at t h e other table got to three nolrump and found a way to go clown one. So the U.S. gained. 1,470 points on this one hand, but tho Italians won the championship anyway. PONYTAIL "Kathy's a girl 1 liked the moment I met her. ..and she told me she has three older brothers!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, glv« full description afcj start your Classified Ad for 7 day:. You may cancel It when results are obtained. You'll only be charged for tha actual number of days the id ran.

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