Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 18, 1974 · Page 26
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 26

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 18, 1974
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: TVrT /WE'RE ALL A . UTTLECRAZ 1 /,) 1 KIP! J -i. i v i " T lT^[7 -\\ Uo«M LlMBV--* I DID IT.'A PLAN IVE BEEN WORKING ON FOR YEAR3J § ^^-1 I200GHTA. '--S WRECKING COV\PANY-»/ THe KIND THAT5WNG6f TM6 BIG BALL THAT t BREAKS DOWN WAULSJft NOW TVE eOT THEM COMINGS IS" AND GOING' TriE M=OUCK CONSTRUCT! ON GOMPANV WILL- RE BUILD ^ IS' WHERE WE KNOCK DOWN. IH 0 MR. CHEW, THIS IS «V FRIEND MR. SAWYER. HE'S GOlN£ TO TRY TO OBT FOOPY OUT OP PRISON, j /WAVBE.Y T WAS gUT HE'S WONDERING j GODMQ )FIOM. ' TO-TRY. KELLY ,NOUR FAMILY? YE5, IP YOU'RE WILLING TO SLEEP OW A BOARD UKE THE REST OF US. WE » ' " f, *\R. SAWYER, j / I UP"HtU~ ·HEX- ^W^TM*"' ' IN you« HfcAp AW3SNS VA~~ u*~tl*V~ NgVfZ WA5 TOO SOOP ATMOPSRM CATECHISMS. AS TH6V5AV N TH6TRAP '· MlSMT 6V£N MOVE TO CAUKKWA IT LOOKS LIKE WE GOT SCATTERCD SHOWERS OUTSIDE ,, TODAV AN' SCATTERED POTS AN' PflfOS IWSIOE SACRAMENTO.'' STERN RONALD REAGAN WONT- ALLOW AN/ · BURPING IM IS BE/OND V EVEW HIS ^ CONTROL."- ??-THE LOUDESr BURPING IS COMING FROM THERE '.'- ! 1TS- GULP- 5EA6ANS DFFICE rr WE- LOVE WJRPSf- OOMA-- if Feus uxe I'VE 6OT eUTTERFUes IN MY STDMACM, M A W / f 4-tf cz? THAT'S 60IN6 AFTEK rue OLP BALL, BEETLE lit n HOW ABOUT ** SOME FRESH STRAWBERRIES FDR DESSERT? FRESH STRAWBERRIES -W HAVE BEEN OUTOFSEASON FOR MONTHS iF YOU MAD FRESH STRAWSERRIES/THEY'D ] BEAUUMOLoy^ 1* HOW OOM3U KNOW * YOU WONYLUKE THEM THAT WAY? Belie vc/t orAbt/l »*«*!! ^ - V-^^^.iV^jV IWSH ROUND TOWER StUUyi Cemetery, MilTord.Mass, fli REPLICA Of AW IRISH ROUND TOWER ERECTED W THE REV! PATRICK CUOOIHX,IN 1895 KCMSI ne uas HOMKKK FOK THE 010 SOO 'EUPHflNT IS ALWAYS BORN 2 MONTHS SOONCRTHAN A MALE CALIPH OMAR I WHO RULED THE MOHAMMEDAN WORLD FROM 634 TO M4, CONQUERED 36.000 COMMUNITIES ·AND DlSTRCyiD 14.000 PtKK OF WORSHIP FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope ini!llll!lllll!!N!ll!inim!IIIIIIIIIII|[|ll[|||l!lllf||![||l[||![||; Look in the section in which your birthday comes and f i n d what your outlook is, according to the stars. THURS., SEPT. IS, 1074 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You may now expect a "different" approach from others; also a real surprise. Work consistently on endeavocs which net big dividends. Your prestige increases. TAURUS( Apr. 21 to May 21) Make your schedule a flexible one. These are possibilities of changes and variations in certain situationsr-all promising to be beneficial. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) ' Avoid needless anxiety a n d tension. You can deal effectively with difficult assignments by being your inherent ingenious and far-seeing self. CANCER (June 22 lo July 23) Planetary influences now give slow-moving projects new momentum, indicate better results than even you may have anticipated. Get going! LEO (July'M lo Aug. 23) Personal matters may some special attention, perhaps a change of plan. A state of readiness advised, -to cope with the unexpected. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Be alert to a present tendency toward inertia, lackadaisica action. Curb through self-discipline. Current matters need fudther study: S o m e trends changing. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Unusual tact needed here--in 'amily. social and business circles. Don't "rock the boat" or stir up dissension--only too easily done now, if you are not alert. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Fine Mars influences! Be on he lookout for good leads, pro ects with substantial back ground. Business interests espe cially favored. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to De 21) Stellar aspects excellent! any of your plans have bee stymied lately, THIS is the Urn to try again. Imagination an originality stimulated. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Tendencies to avoid Undue suspicion of other groundless fears, a desire to h vade the privacy of associate Concentrate on your own activ ties. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 Alertness, reading betwee the line, will keep you on th Arkanjtu TIMES, W*d., Sept. II, 1974 "·" 727 AYlTTtVILLt, ARKANSAS ESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. 'Irritable Colon' Incorrectly Used Term linnillffliniH^ It seems [hat all my life I've card my father complain that e has colitis and an "irritable" olon. I suddenly realized that he las never had any treatment nd actually seems (o enjoy his hronic complaint even though le is apparently in excellent icalth. Mrs. H.B.. Penna. Dear Mrs. B.: Doth terms, "irritable colon" and "colitis," a r e sometimes sed -· incorrectly to explain Imosl every kind of intestinal pset. Actually, the term "irritable plon" refers to a highly sensi- ive part of the intestinal tract vhich can easily be affected by irolonged periods of anxiety and emotional stress. Inadequate sleep, abusive laxatives and frantic irregular eating labits have been accused o1 causing this disorder. Some types of bacterial and iral infections can be rcsponsi lat there are ulcers or break* n the delicate lining of the ntestinal tract. The inner wall ecomes infected, and a chronic ecurring condition results.,The symptoms of colitis ar« o varied that they actually can ie interchanged with other con- litions in the intestinal tract y those who have never sought o confirm the diagnosis -by a ioctor. There need be no guess- vork about colitis in any of its "orms. X-ray stuieds of the ntestinal tract remove . all guesswork. : With proper diet, drugs, anti- n'otics, sulfa and cortisone, each chosen for individual cases, many of the problems of colitis can be controlled.- · for this uncomfortable, not serious condition. but "Colitis," on the other hand s a very special type of in 'ection or inflammation of the nner lining of the large intcs tine. When (he small intestine s involved it is known as "ilco colitis." This can be caused by arasitic infections, amoebic dysentery, and by bacterial am viral invasions. "Ulcerativc colitis" suggest: Is cirrhosis ever caused by anything besides alcohol? . Mr. T.D.A., Minn. Dear Mr. A.: There are a number of different types of cirrhosis. Chronic alcoholism is probably · tha major reason for this severe disease of the liver. Infections of the liver, known as hepatitis, can, in severe cases, cause scarring of: the liver and cirrhotic changes. Exposure to poisons and drugs can cause damage to the liver, lob. Long-standing, u n t r e a t e d disease of the gall bladder and marked obesity may, in som» cases, be responsible for iininiiHiiiiM^^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) 'nilHBIIIIIIUira beam. Be consistent in all endeavors. Some new advantages indicated. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A good day for trying out a new idea or method. You have the a'biity to turn the ordinary into the interesting, improve the with a novel twist. East dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH *J 106 V Q 9 4 » 9 5 2 + K37 2 mediocre Use it! YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with great originality, inventiveness and imagination. You have a constant craving I for knowledge and should never stop educating yourself, since the Virgoan is often the one who breaks through old boundaries for greater attainment and opens new vistas for all. You have a deeply sensitive nature, are unorthodox at unexpected moments; could make a skilled scientist, researcher in technology, educator, actor or writer. In the latter field, you could especially succeed as a dramatic critic, historian or writer of technical treatises. Birlhdate of: David McCallum, actor. WEST * A9 8 5 » A J 10 5 3 * Q 7 6 3 * -- By Eugene Sheff ACROSS .41 Chalcedony 1 Encircled 13 Drudges 5 Dance step K French 8 Charitable gift 12 Fragrance 13 Scrap M Pare 15 Tourist sight 17 Greek mountain school 50 Quote 51 Chairs a meeting 54 Maple genus 55Karel. . Capek work 56 Tinge S3 Graf ted' (Her.) " 18 The poplar 57 Musical 19 Polish city pause 21 American 58 Longing inventor " ~ " 21 Indian 25 Dyer's vat 28 Bellow 30 Conjunction 33 Girl of song 34 Alaska city 35 Hebrew priest 36 Peer Gynt's · mother 37 Italian town 38 Old Norse . work 39 Heflin or Johnson DOWN 1 Spanish painter 2 Pagan deity 3 Bonheur 4 Nervous thrill 5 Luau dish 6 Skill 7 Mulligan, for one 8 On the left side S Abated 10 Tableland .11 Cabbage salad Avg. solution time; 26 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. er -S Witty saying 20 Subtle emanation 22 Rainbow 23 -- voce 25 Fit- fiddle 26 A fuel 27 Exalts 29 Related by blood 31 Ancient 32 Inlet 34 Rational 38 Arouse 40 Ward off 42 An affirmative 43 Cicatrix 44 Insect pests · 45 Agile 47 War god 48 Religious season 49 Italian noble house 52 Regret 53 Sea " bird SOUTH * K Q 3 2 * K 2 - · * A 8 * A Q 9 5 ?. The bidding: Opening hearts. lead -- jack of The expert is an expert mostly 'because of his efficiency in dealing with simple and uncomplicated hands -- not because he occasionally executes a compound squeeze, a Deschapelles coup, or anything else you can this deal where to three notrump. West could have put the: contract out of reach by leading a diamond, but, not unnaturally, he led a heart. : Failing to appreciate the" real danger of the hand, declarer won the heart with the king, led a spade to the ten and continued with the jack. West'toolt he ace and shifted to a" low diamond. South won with .t h a ace, cashed the K-Q of spades^ but finished down one whefi ha ran into a 4-0 club division. East-West scored t h r e e ; dia* monds, the ace of spades; and ace of hearts. · Declarer should have realized at the start that Ihe contract was ice-cold if he could 'cash five club tricks. His very,first move, therefore, should hava been to lead a low club tJ the king, instead of tacklinig spades.- Has he done this, he would have made four notrump. -.With West showing o u t , another;club lead from dummy forces "East to play the ten. Upon winning with the queen. South leads a low spade to dummy's ten and traps East's jack of clufe to wind up with ten tricks co'nsis- ting of five clubs, three spades, a heart and a diamond, t Proper technique requires declarer to initiate the clubs by first playing, the kjng instead of the ace. This protects against the possibility of East's having all four clubs. If West has them there is nothinig South can do about it. Careful planning often payl good dividends. PONYTAIL 36 22 sa S3 ·J7 43 11 49 "Donald is coming over, and you'll be happy to bear tnathe's finally gotten rid of his electric guitar!'-' : Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 11 $ a day. That's a bargain! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES \ Phone 442-6242 ON TOP OF THE NEWS I SEVEN DAYS A WEEKS I

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