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September 20, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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CO (T FIFTY TIMES A PA 1 /, AND WOU. NEVER HAVE TO HAVE ACUPUNCTURE! FOOTBALL. PRACTICE TODAY THE CASTLE A MAN BUILT TO ESCAPE HIS SHADOW puxarloch.ftuitrm CONSTRUCTED A' FORTRKS N A CAVE AND LEFT IT ONLY ON MOCNUSS NBHI5 THE LUCKIEST SIRLS IN THE WORLD' UNGUA TRIBE at Bolivia CAN CHOOSE AS HER HUSBAND flNY BACHELOR IN THE TRIBE -AND. HE CANT SAT NO! (CARE TO ASSIST TWO BITS TO HELP A GUV RUINED BV RUINED BV INFLATION, SIRS LEATHERJACKET r«f wsw wir CANT sf sr*fi). rrs SCALSS ARE SET AT VARIOUS ANGLES FRANCES DRAKE 17 · Northw»«t Arkarwoi TIMES, Friday, S.pt. 20, 197* rAY«TT«VIU.l. ABK«Mt«» · [·MIHMIM^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D, Sacrifice Of Kidney True Love Testimony l!linill!l!ll!iniHIIIIIIIU«HllllM!tllinilUIIIHtlinill!lllll!l[!llll!ffl^ _ I MAMA CRY, MR. SAYJYER. I MAY AS \YELL EXPLAIN THE ,A" wE j*yNo: ·» T WE HAD ft FAWIW ACT-- SEVEW OF US- BICYCLE ACROSS 7HEHI6H WIRE, LIKE THE JQ KET... THEM IMMUNtCH,tT HftPPEN£P/.... SNEEZED... LOST ODHTROL... CHARLIE AND AUGUST1H CAueHTTHE WIRE. THE REST OF US PLUNGED 70 FEET To THE GROUND. When I read about a parent I or a sister or brother donating a kidney to a member of the family I am always overwhelmed by this magnanimity. Can the donor be sure that one kidney will suffice him for the rest of his life? Mrs. J.H.N., Calif. Dear Mrs. N.: The sacrifice of one kidney so that another human being can be given new life is a testimonial of true lovt. Transplantation of kidneys from one member of the family to another is highly successful because of the absence of the problem of rejection of transplants. 11 is hoped that, before long, the problems of rejection will be solved. Then donor kidneys will be banked and used as life-saving gifts to people un- urvlve in good health with on« lormal kidney. Family donors are chosen nly after extensive "studies how that there is no infection nd that there is little or no isk to the donor. In the absence of an unfore- ;ecn problem, the donor can ive out a normal healthy life, made happier by the fact that a n o t h e r ' s ·evitalizcd. related to the recipient. The kidneys are organs of WAS THE UNDERSTANPER, THE MAN WITH THE POLE WHO KEEPS THE BALM4CB,* VXNOW, HOWUANR VOU \6 RUN-NIN' ?£R PR£XV IT'S A FOOTRAC6-WM6N you \ fnw YOU AN-MCK6 ' WHSN VOU \S PLAIN SHAKIN'.' 15 8TAYKAT ARM'S AIN'T VE HEERED, UNK SNUFFY? FROM HER TWO-WEEK VflOTION INTH 1 FLffTLflNDS VWHflR'S MV DADBURN ROCKY CHfllR? 'SASPW-AHISIN ""^ P1RECT" LINE FO' TH 1 TITLE O'LORP YOKlM, NAMELY 274TM" ITU- SURPRISE YOMSAMJCH AS IT DID AeiN!! MA/BE. FATHER DOfcStff UK6 YOU BECAUSE 100 POtfT HAV6 ANY TANSLfcFOOT/ -- MARCH UP TO HIM AND , TtU HIM ALL YOJR 6000 FWNTS5 ~-UST VBUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS! ^.IMPRESS HIM WITH 1H K7AVE TH1N6S YOU PLAN -TO PO IN THE PUTDREj THAT ISN'T WMAT I TOOK THEM 4 AWAV PANOELION WINE THAT STUFF I TOLD yOii TO PUT ON THE TOOK. ALL I WISH THEY'D QUIT usiKia MY OFFICE PCX? A RACETRACK MOV CAN WITH A1.LTV4IS COMMOTION YOU Keep OUT OF THIS/ HELP DOESN'T I ANYBODY! Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which | your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SAT., SEPT. Zl ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You can advance through association with those who stimulate your thinking and imagination -- especially it aims and objectives are mutual. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Be hasty in neither word nor deed. Day has pitfalls which you can avoid if you are on guard at all times. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) An average day which can be made much brighter, more meaningful with a little extra verve on your part. Get out and "mix." Some exciting new contacts possible. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Your ability is an acknowledged fact, so don't try to impress through showmanship. It would only alienate others. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Launching into uncharted seas may take you further than expected, into waters to deep for comfort. Check before going beyond your depth. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) A stimulating day! Stars give new impetus lo all worthwhile undertakings. Go forward confidently toward all immediate objectives. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Take only the short cuts which common sense dictates In general, you will have to put in extra effort to make this day's activities shape up better faster. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Don't listen to what "they 1 ay when you have reason to great complexity. The elaborate chemical plant within them nakcs manmade accomplish ments shrivel into relative in significance. One healthy kidney can main :ain normal body functions almost as well as two kidneys Thousands of people are in per feet health after one kidney has been removed because of in fection, tumors or inability ti function. Similarly, people who 'hav' life has been I went to the druggist because I had a cinder in my eye. Ha saw it, bul refused to remo.vs t and sent me to a doctor. : thought it was unfair to hava o pay for something that could have been done by the druggist in a second. Dear Miss F.: Miss R,F., Del. Delieve the source is questionable. Stress your good judgmenl and foresight. IAGITTAR1US (Nov. 23 to Dec.2I) An average day, if you are content to leave it at that. But, f you are ready to accept challenges, it holds the nucleus of fine achievement and new opportunities to reach higher objectives. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get the other fellow's point of view before making final decisions. You may be pleasantly surprised at the new perspectives you gain. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Be flexible, but not easily .urned by every wind that blows; eager to take new steps forward, but not at the cost of future losses. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You may be the recipient of special favors, tokens of good will or other unexpected benefits. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a fine mind, great imagination and the stamina and persistence that are invaluable to research and scientific investigation. You would make an excellent physician or educator, but may prefer one of the arts as a career. IE so, you could succeed especially in the theater, as a writer or music composer. Your diplomacy is outstanding and you could also .become a topflight statesman. Birthdate of: H.H. Wells, historian, author; Girolomo Savonarola, Ital. reformer; Henry Stimson, U.S. stateman. donated a kidney are able to Your pharmacist deserves your thanks rather than your annoyance, What seemed so iimple might have been complicated had the eye been irritated during the removal of the cinder. Foreign bodies that seem to bu simple to remove may ba deeply imbedded and need expert attention with special instruments and magnified light. Had this happened you would have been more annoyed because your pharmacist did not send you to a doctor. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Maulers' Individual Championship Play) You are the dealer and open One Diamond. Your partner responds Two Spades. What would you bid now with each of the following five hands? 1 *Q94 V85 4AKJ632 *A7 2.4-63 ¥KV2 »AJ85 .*AJ94 3.* 82 VAJ63 »AKQ74 *95 4.*KQ5 VK7 OKQ9653 * K2 5.AQ7 ¥10 »AJ872 *KQ854 1. Three spades. Partner quite obviously has slam aspirations, and you should encourage him by raising his suit at once. It is true that a three diamond bid at this point would portray your diamond holdirtg nicely, but that is not nearly as valuable a move as showing the spade support at the earliest opportunity. Partner is practically certain to have at least five spades, and a direct raise is bound to cheer him up no end. If you were to bid three diamonds instead, you would face a mighty difficult problem if partner rebid either three spades or three notrujnp. The best way to avoid such a problem is to make an immediate spade raise. 2. Two. notrurnp.- Here you want to slow partner down as soon as possible, as you have a minimum opening bid, a n d the best way of showing a balanced hand with minimum values is by bidding two Crossword By Eugene Sheffer notrump. To bid three clubs, nstead, would suggest far greater distributional values t h a n you have. 3. Three hearls. This is th« est way of representing your distribution, which is what you should try to do in order to paint a good picture of yo.ur hand. Partner will learn that you have more diamonds than hearts, which is a valuable step in the right direction. How high you go will depend largely on partner's next bid, but the odds favor your getting lo six something. 4. Three spades. Considering your hand, partner is sure to have at least three aces for his jump-shift response, which announces at least 17 high-card points. A small slam is therefore certain, and the only problem is how to reach a grand slam if parlncr has all four aces. This possibility can be investigated later on by using Blackwood. A good case can also he made for bidding four notrump directly over two spades. 5. Three clubs. It is best to bid naturally over a jump-shift response, even with a minimum opening bid. You have diamonds and clubs, and you should bid diamonds and clubs. Three clubs does not show added values, though you may of course have them. PONYTAIL ACROSS I Be in debt 4 Playwright 8 Sleep outdoors 12 Vigor 13 Possess 14 S-shaped molding 15 Learned 17 Aperture 18 Begin again 19 Expire 21 Communist 22 Mean 26 Subdued 29 Being 30 Card game 31 In bed 32 Unit of work 33 German philosopher 34 Narrow passage 35 Common value 36 Musical · sounds 37 Guides 39 Shinto temple 40 Fate 41 Roof of mouth .45 Norse tale 48 Imitated 50 Neglect 51 Scarce 52 Ancient 53 Diminish 54 Seines 55 Remunerate DOWN 1 Above 2 Broad . 3 Australian birds 4 Disgraced 5 Despised 6 Salutation 7 Marriage 8 Envy 9 Mature 10 Chess pieces 11 Caress Avg. solution time: 25 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 16 Healed 20 Those in power 23 Ardor 24 Not any 25 Specks 26 Labels 27 Border upon 28 Distribute 29 Transgress 32 Oriental S3 Australian animal 35 Con's companion 36 Greek sage' 38 Make very happy 39 Gush forth 42 Above 43 Tissue 44 Whirlpool 45 Plant 46 Candlenut tree 47 Card game 49 Feminine name 29 49 19 39- 20 n 3i 30 52 55 II 'It doesn't surprise me that I got a good grade in psychology, Mr. Dyer... I use it on my parents all th» time!" Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 11 £ a day. That's a ba.-gain! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242 ON TOP OF THE NEWS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!

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