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September 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Q.px^--Believe/t orNat! \ I USEP TO HATE 60INS TO SCHOOL, BUT SINCE I'VE 60TTEN TO KNOW EYEfWTHlN6 IS DIFFERENT I CAN'T LEVE IT CHAN6EP MYUKXE UF! HAS ALWAYS NESTED /TOP THE ANCIENT ROMAN PIUftROr Volubilis Hi Morocco EACH WIMTER FOR 1100 JWOW/LOOK AT TMAT TWA-fiS WHAT I CALL-J WAKING A MOLE IN Vl F? ONE THE HAI?0 WAV.' VVOW/TMAT'S WHAT I CALL A HOOK? Northw.it Arkan»« T1MK, TuA., Stpt. 17, 1974 »AV«TT1VILH. LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D Child Faces More Danger Than Alcoholic Mother SIR RICHARD ALIBONE ' RENOWNED JUSTICE Of THE ., K ING'S BEND) IM LONDON. ENGLAND. ? WOOfAHINFlSIORnYCOMntX- \ 'HE SUFFERED FROM AN AGONIZING ( FEAR THAT SOMEONE WOULD * DISCOVER HE WAS NOT TRULY WORTH/OF HIS HIGH POSITION T* MUDSKIPPEK BREATHES WHILE ON LAMO' THROUGH TH£ TAIL MICH IT KE£PS DIPPED W THE WATER MR. SAWVER, JUST I ARE SOU. GOING TO GET U ArW G\RL OUT OF THftT } \ ( PRISON? YOU'RE O-OStrtoTHE PRISON HERE-- WONDER IF X CftH GET A WOM HERE,TOO? "COME OH, W9U. ASK PARft CHEW. KELLY, BUT MAYBE WE CAM COME ' U P WITH SOMETHING, H A V EN'TTHE FAINTEST IDEAj KELIX WHAT KINPA PRAU0 ClP VOU COMMON" HANP5? 00 SOU 6UVS 0*0£0 Iff OK PUftlfcTAKE HEART VEP-THfVr'S FROM Of DOC PRITCHART. SHORE ENUFF DID VE FETCH ft NOTE FROM TH DOCTOR PER BE IN' flBSENT VESTIDDY, JUGHfllD? LETS TR/ NEW yoRK- THAT SOUND OF W MUGGERS LAUGHING- A AS SOCIAL WORKERS 1 BAILTHEAAOUT- i f ?-THERE ARE OTHER NOISES MINGLED WITH THE BURPING- THE BURPING IN PHILADELPHIA IS EVEN BEASTLIER THAN BOSTON .'.'- IT'S A N£W PE-RFUME THAT'S SUPPOSE-P TO PRIVE. BOVS WILD. 1 DOSKl'f SMELL. . PSANUT BUTTER AND JELLY TO ME WHAT'S THAT STUFF MAT, T(4£ 5AME PKOTKUPIN TOOT1-I, TJ4E SAME ROTUND FI6UKE OH, I'M SORRY.-THIS IS FOR IIIUW' M3U CERTAINLY *l KNOW MOW TO SPOIL A FELLOW'S DINNER WAITER"YOU GAVE ME ATACHECKFOR *73/ . .. THE FW?TYOF TWELVE FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope I knew that my wife was an alcoholic when I married her. I had hoped that I, who gave up drinking four years ago. could reform her, too. I have been unsuccessful. She is 29 and wauls to have a family. Will this be dangerous to her? Mr. A.B.B., II. Dear Mr. B.: The danger of pregnany to your wife is minimal as compared to those that h e r child would face after it is born. A well-authenticated study was recently presented by Dr. Kenneth L. Jones, of the University of Washington School of Medicine, on this subject. Dr. Jones studied a large group of female alcoholics and came to the conclusion thai "children of alcoholic mothers fail to thrive physically anc mentally." In fact, the oulook for child ren born to chronic alcoholic women is so. poor that the suggestion is made for the ter mination of pregnancy is soro nstances. Dr. Jones was careful to note .hat these birth defects anc poor development do no necessarily apply to childrei born to "heavy social drin Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR WED., SEPT. 18 . ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Influences favorable in part but day will require more effort, steady application of- your skills and knowledge. Cooperation with others vital. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Fine planetary aspects enc o u r a g e artistic pursuits, romance, domestic interests. J u s t o n e admonition. Curb emotionalism. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) With a- little ingenuity, you c a n ' m a k e a-bright new'place for yourself now. Use a practical arena for trying out ideas before putting them into effect. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) In all endeavors, consider the long-range view. Don't put a lot of time and effort into undertakings which seem to spel immediate success but have no lasting value. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Excellent solar .influences! Capitalize on your dynamic per sonality - and you can ride ahead with distinction. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) , Don't block opposition tha could eventually be converted nto support. Work .diplomatic ally to bring it around. Some carriers aren't as impregnable as they seem. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Be alert now. A thoughtles: move could have more reper cussions than you could possiblj im a g i n e . Emphasize you steadfastness,, practicality. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Handling your own or others affairs may bring new or in creased problems. Be ready fa langes. Don't make i ecessary ones yourself, but do o i A V ccept others which seem desir- D Jf ^' ers." There Is a distinct differ- nee between the so - called heavy social drinker" and an alcoholic." Before embarking on a family reject your wife should ba ompletely studied from Hie loint of view of chronic liver Jisease, in order to be sure that he child does not carry for tha est of his life such a serious 'irth defect. Congenital heart defects, ;rowth deficiencies and joint iisordcrs are all included in the etal alcohol syndrome. No child sdould start out in ife with handicaps like these. It would als also be extremely vise for you to enlist the help of physicians, Alcoholics' Anonymous and a psychiatrist to ;ry to break the cycle of alcoholism is your wife. It is virtually impossible for you to do it alone, as you have already found. The fact that you were able to break your drinking pattern does not give you the expertise to handle this complex problem alone. When and if your wife is freed from the bondage of alcoholism and when her health has been restored you can' then, with medical advice, give consideration to the possibility of starting a family. ble. 'AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) Do not hesitate to advance in unusual idea if you have ;iven it proper thought. But do ake into consideration the irevious plans of associates - ind possible opposition. lAPRICORN (Dec. 22 ta Jan. 10) The "unique" and "unusual" are often misleading. Get lenoatli the surface of new ifferings. Recognize secondary! actors - also the smaller, but vorth'while, prizes. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Rugged determination is day's need. And the fortitude not to break your stride hesi- atingly whes obstacles or new jrpblems appear. Use that righl mind of yours. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Face up to opposition but do not let it incite you to useless argument or irritability - with! "ittle accomplished construe-' :ively. YOU BORN TODAY are both intellectually and manually dexterous. You think quick act speedily - but always with precision and accuracy. You are idealistic and creatively inclined; would make an outstanding writer, lecturer or educator. Extremely versatile, however, there are many other fields open to you when choosing a career, but notably the theater - where you could succeed as actor, director, playwright or critic; the law, which could lead to politics or statesmanship; science - especially in medicine or engineering. Birthdate of Greta Garbo, Swedish film star. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Misters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * J 5 V 8 2 » 9 643 + A 8 7 5 4 WKST EAST * 9 6 3 * K 10 7 4 » J 10 9 » 5 3 * K J 2 * Q 10 5 * Q 10 6 3 + K J 9 2 SOUTH 4 A Q 8 2 V A K Q 7 6 4 » A 8 7 * -- Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Fairy dwelling 5 Peculiar 8 Federal agents. 12 Musical · prince . 13 American author Leander loved her 15 Turkish regiment 16 Printer's measures 17 German river 18 Fright 20 Blue-footed petrel 22 Extirpates 26 Ethan -29 Some 39 Mature 31 Fruit 32 Menu item 33 Mix 34 Fourth caliph 35 Bet in roulette 36 Patron 37 Last year 40 Dregs 41 Kind of stand 45 A petition 47 Tree 49 Inquisitive 59 Name in baseball 51 New Zealand parrot 52 Church part 53 Small arms 54 Sea bird SSMetheglin DOWN 1 Decree 2 To eye 3 Bellow 4 Early Greek galley 5 Aida, for one 6 Russian river 7 Foreordain 8 Greek letter 9 Muse 19 Before Avg. solutionjlme: 25 min._'.. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 11 And not 19 Crude metal 21 Frigid 33 Flower 24 Shield 25 Spanish painter 2S To skin 27 Irritate 28 Thing left undone 32 Share 33 Dutch Guiana 35 Golden apple 36 Fish 38 Roman praenomen 39 -- Allen 42 English poet 43 Greek mountain 44 Stained 45 Droop 46 Eskimo knife 48 Unit of weight (India) 3S 14 52 1°. 24 4.S The bidding: South V 4 West Pass Pass North 2 NT 4 V East Pass Openisg lead - jack ot hearts. There are plays simple in ruclure that are nonetheless ifficult to perceive. Take this case where South as in four hearts and got a rump lead. After winning with he queen, he played a l o w pade to the jack, hoping to nd West with the king and n that way finish with either en or eleven tricks. But East won the jack with he king and returned a trump, thus holding South to nina tricks. Dummy's ace oF clubs withered on the vine, and Sou Eh eventually lost two diamonds and another spade to.go down one. For practical purposes, South could have guaranteed the contract by playing the queen of spades at trick two instead of the deuce. Barring exceptional distribution, this play was likely to produce at least ten tricks. Let's take the actual case first. What could East do if he took the. queen of spades with the king? His best play, a trump. Iwould leave South in command -- with ten tricks consisting of two spades, six hearts, a diamond and a club. if East declined the queen, of spades, South would play the ace. ruff a spade, discard a loser on the ace of clubs and finish with eleven tricks. The outcome would be essentially the same if West held the king of spades. He would encounter the same difficulties as East. It is sot easy to think of tda queen of spades lead at t r i c k two. It in not customary o lead the queen with such a holding as A-Q-B-2 facing J-5, but that is hardly a good reason f o r failing to make the play. 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