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September 19, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 19, 1974
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/THIS 15 SOWS TO ^ ^BE A SOOP DAV«/ S5 I SOT THE NEW CAN OF BALLS OPEN WITHOUT CUTTINS MYSELF! .©.. - · Mj iJotM IjyE*- JE HAP GOO'P VJCTH Y A LOT OF CHOPSTICKS, \, PRACTICE/ .MR. 5AWVER.' A. UOE. k ·=*: 9-r? Uf N RUZ JOINS THE CHEW FAM1LV 13 AT THE COMMON BOWL. TO CURIOUS, MR. ^AHE^YrcLLjOH.. CHEW. WIN r4 A FAMOUS] IT'S CHEW. ' CIRCUS FAMW LIKE VOURS LNIHQ HERE IN CrUrlG MANDU? TWft.T'S ENOUGH JOE, WE NEVER WSCUSS IT, BECAUSE ITKV TO HOT,\ ACCIDENT \FORCET IT, THAT'S:. 1 WAS WTHE \ WHX. r~TTTTw 3 "PAPERS AU. fe* «-/ ** *"· °?'- OMBZ.TWE me MoareSnine in. eves can. make me cri~ I SHORE AM GLflD SCHOOL FINflLLV GOT ^ STflRTEO ·'% \ -4* \ * '·^,'Hj i OSH1N 1 A1NT HALP flS MUCH FUW DOR IN 1 SUMMER VACATION SMALL WONDERf WE CANT AFFORD BURPSI' BOOMAf \W//ATg/f\ I GOT, I 1 . . .. . _ yAvewr ^\ BORSHT. ANP R.L APPOINT VCtt,^ / Cf?AOG- ) (JACK" W~ ) ANPTHeyiJ. SETUPTHSRUBLES H1,CHAM£LEOM/ ·H7 UYtMS OM THIS SAME ROCK £V6(?y PAV 6KEAT REPORT PLATO WROTE/ ,' TO eo KietiT ON UP TO PRESIDENT, so/vie PAV JITS GUARANTTEEOTO " (RlOtOUOP · ^^ Believe ft or Jfot/1 THE TIGER TEMPtE /4 SANCTUAM m. IS LOCATED IN A NflTURflLCAVE WITH THE SURROUNDING CUFF CflRWO 70 MAKE ITS ENTRANCE THE #CWH Of A MBMKINS TK£R J* 16 · N«rthwMt Aricama* TtMES, Thurt., S^rt. 19, W74 FAYITTKVULI. AKKANCJkl IIIUIIMUIHIIIIMIIU LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Smokers More Subject To Gum Diseases iiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiKiiHiiMiiHiiuiniiiiiKiiiwniimiiwiHniiHiiNniiiiiin^ A HERMIT . at- Dixie, Idaho, {SLUMS WffE6SU/K ~ OWF CMS? ANOTHER -AND. CAKRIID HAONfY M THC POCKfTS Of EACH SUIT. HE DIED OF A COtD AFTER AUTHORITIES FORCED HIM TO TAKE WS FIRST BATH ACTUAL IY GROWS IN TKSHflPE OF A HUGS CHflIN 9.13 FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your 'oirthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRI., SEPT. 20 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some complications indicated in personal and money matters. Beware of Instability, emotionalism. Consult with others as to the best way to get on the productive road. TAURUS (Apr. 21 *o May 21) Break your day down to definite essentials and eliminate the inimporlant. Do not engage in untried ventures except where 'dry runs" seem feasible. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Wait for cues before launching any project. An activity- happy person such as yourself could get into difficult situations f not on guard. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Generous influences stimulate your ingenuity and imagination [Jse both well, and the rewards will please. Reach - f o r the unusual; study new trends. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Avoid a present tendency t o w a r d impulsiveness. I n moments of stress, low down -- rather than take steps to a position from which it ma be hard to extricate yourself. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Things should be fairly stabli in both your busiiness and per sonal life now. Incentive ant ambition, teamed up. should help to bring ultimate objec lives more clearly in locus. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You may have mixed feeling about some matters, a sens of confusioin. Take sufficien time to learn what is expecte of you and how best to go abou it. And don't worry! I have a tendency towards bleeding gums. My dentist says that smoking cigarettes contributes to this. I can't believe it. 1 Mr. G.E., Fla. Dear Mr. E.: "You'd better believe it" is modern idiom that applies very dirsctly to your problem. There are a number of factors that cause gum disease. Infections, malnutrition, poor dental hygiene and dental decay are undoubtedly important. Probably more important than tobacco. Yet a recent study reported nl the International Association for Dental · Research definitely showed a greater frequency of gum disease in smokers than in nonsmokers. In a study of almost 700 patients, "the impact of gum disease on smokers was under scored by the greater rate ol hone loss and tooth mobility." Is there any validity to the "dea that someone can die suddenly from a broken heart? Miss A.D., La Dear Miss D.: Poets have written about this or centuries. From a scientific point'of ·lew there has been little'eyi- cnce until very recently. Dr. William A. Greene, of the Uni- ersity of Rochester Meclical 'enter, did an intensive study n the subject. He found that severe depression was involved n some of the sudden death* e investigated. ' . . . ' · If your question has a personal connotation I suggest you see your doctor and discuss with him or a psychologist your emotional problems. ; What is'a "sippy" diet for ulcers? · . . ' . · i Mr., L.V., N.H.- Dear Mr. V.: The diet is based on the prin. ciple of small feedings ef bland, unseasoned food. This includes a mixture of milk and creain at frequent intervals to counteract the excess hydrochloric acid in the stomach. : ~ As the symptoms of ulcer begin to subside, tender" ground meats, pureed vegetables arid stewed f r u i t s are slowly addid to the diet. "· '·· iniinmnM^^ B. JAY BECKER CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Differences of opinion need not result in rifts. Get together vith those concerned and, with :almness and your innate sense if humor, you can straighten iut any situation. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. Fine Jupiter influences en- i o u i * g e present efforts. Especially favored: financial affairs, organizational interests, atisfactory conclusions to complex business negotiations. IAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) Good aspects. Occupational nterests, educational pursuit* a n d research especially 'avored. Some changes in the making are for the best. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You now have a wonderful chance to display your ingen- lity and possibly think up a new way to present an old idea which could still be feasible- if :roperly worked out. PISCES (Feb. 20 4o Mar. 20) Favorable aspects stimulate originality and some chance- taking -- if reasonable! But don't go out on the proverbial limb and do avoid extremism. YOU BORN TODAY are a highly knowledgeable person, with creative ability, and gifted along scientific and educational lines. You have a capacity for hard meticulous attention to detail, and are outstandingly trustworthy. Sometimes you lack self-confidence but, if you can overcome this, there are no heights you cannot reach -especially in the fields of dramatic ' vyriting. acting, statesmanship! diagnostic medicine or as a business leader. Birth- dale of: Upton Sinclair, author; Sophia Loren, f i l m star. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Ulsters' Individual Championship Flay) iiiiiiiiniMniiiii mini iimniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimmniiHinmiHiiiiniiiiiiiininiii South dealer. tforth-South vulnerable. NORTH *AK J » K 1 0 * A J 10 * A 8 7 5 3 WEST 4 9 8 2 V J9 · 863 + K Q J 1 0 9 EAST * 7 6 4 3 » Q 7 S · 7 5 4 2 *62 Crossword By Eugene Sbe/fer SOUTH *Q105 » A 8 6 4 3 2 4 K Q 9 4 4 The bidding: North Dble East ·Pass South West I V 2 * 2 » Pass 7 ¥ Opening lead - king of clubs. There is a play in bridge call his way out of such a jam. But, raise the Lord, there is a me' lod of play by which declarer an make the grand slam. West leads a club, taken with he ace. The situation looks lopeless ' to declarer--and ha may have It in his m i n d to peak sharply to partner later in about hi» leap to seventhut or the nonce he proceeds by raffling a club a ttrick two. He then plays a spade to the :ack and ruffs another club, on which East discards a spade. After cashing the A-K of spades, South ruffs s t i l l another club, on which East this timi discards a diamond. .,;, Declarer now cashes three rounds of ; diamonds, ending in dummy, to produce this position: '· ·· North V K 1 5 ; *8 ed Devil's Coup. It is a devilish contraption, all right and really has to be seen to be believed. Here is a sample of the play. It would seem that South must inevitably go down one at seven hearts. He h a s an apparently unavoidable trum] loser, and even Lucifer himsel might feel hard pressed to work West East SOUth + Q The eight of clubs lead from dummy pulverizes East. If he r u f f s low, Soulh simply oyer fuffs to -make the rest of the tricks. If East ruffs with' the queen, South overruffs with the. ace and takes a finesse against West's jack to accomplish the same incredible result. ACROSS 1 Size of type 5 Greek letter 9 Male sheep 12 Russian sea 13 Augury 14 Hebrew priest 15 Supreme 17 Cooling device 18 Island . -or . . . . . . . the Bahamas 19 Appearing gnawed 21 Midwestern state (abbr.) 22 Baffling problem 24 Surpasses 27 Marble 28 Mischievous children 31 Constellation 32 Pub specialty S3 Epoch, 34 Lively 36 Under-. standing 37 Ancient country 38 Ventilated 40 Exist 41 Canary island 43 Imagine 47 Trouble 48 IJssel Lake (var.) 51 Actress Lupino 52 Verbal 53 Scottish Highlander 54 Remiss 55 Hoar-" frost_ 56 Concludes DOWN 1 Father 2 Persia 3 Comb wool 4 Frightens 5 Scornful sounds 6 Australian bird 7 Decimal base S Poker stakes 9 Rectified · 10 Exclamation 11 Excavate 16 Rural sound Avg. solution time: 22 mln. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 20 Biblical name 22 Dimmed 23 Masculine name 24 Faucet 25 Crude metal 26 Astronomical term 27 Capture 29 Con's companion SO Kind of missile 35 Dickens' character 37 Com* into ' view 39 Shaving implement 40 American humorist 41 Bucket 42 Verdi opera 43 Inactive 44 Moslem summons i to prayer 45 Placed a golf ball 46 Lampreys 49 Swiss canton 50 Sweet potato PONYTAIL 18 24 4) 25 48 52 27 32 SO 4i 53 31 10 29 n "But I did study for the test... I can even tefl yoa tte TV program .1 was watching when I (fid mr homework!" ' HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. R«ad*r« leitxin* m«« quickly *B4 f»v»r»bly *h««"' fiven complete, or deflniti information. MAKE IT EASY for th« rea!«r-iwo«pe:t to reach you. Alwjy*'. inwrt your telephone number or your name «nd iddren. If you: do not hiv« regular hour«. riv« a preferred time to have procpecU «all you. . PLACE YOURSELF in ttie reader'* petition and uk yourMH wha» you wouM liX« to know (about your »««). Th« answer you five will make a food ClanUied ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to brlnf Mtltfaction do M, not through any lack of readerihlp. Hut because they do not contain enoufh information to get prompt action. THE GREATEST HEADER ATTENTION ean be ««ured for your advertisement by orderfni coruecutlve Insertions. You c»n stop your ·d In th« event of ruulta and then pay only for the day* it wa« publiafced. Tbara a»e a]a» T«ry apeeial rate* for fboM who at*

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