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THAT'S A I WAS AFRAID YOU WERE- WASMINIS THE COLOREP CLOTHSS WITH TW6 WHITE THINlSSi DOMT YOU YOUR 6PIKCE APE A urae THEN HOW COME YOU'RE ALBEADY IN THE' MIDDLE OF IT? THEM 1 READ ' TO WHICHEVER END I LIKE BETTER DIDN'T MX) JUST START REAPING THATBOOK? ---Believe Jl orAfof / HflS ITS HIGHLANDS SERIATED FROM ITS LOWLANDS 6V CHAIN Of 32 Active PENNIES ii\ the Fiji Islahds. m 1236 WERE MflDEOf NICKE 0 Â· Horthweit Arkcmio* TIMES, Sat., SÂ«pt. v 2l, 1974 Â«VÂ»TTiVIULÂ». AHKOMiAl ' iiiiiliiiliiiiiilliilliiliililiiliiilllilillliliiiniliiiiiiuiiliiliiiiifliiilliiilliiliiiiliinitilffl LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which Â·our birthday comes and find vlmt your outlook is, according o the stars. Â·'OR SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1974 \RIES Mar. 21 to Ar. 20) Some situations will be cooperative efforts bring fini results.. SCORPIO . (Oct. 24 to Nov; 22) Some new trends in th- making. Study carefully and be sure to check all proposilon before accepting. Romance an travel favored. SAGITTARIUS leyond your control now,- so! (Nov. 23 tp Dec. 21) don't try to solve them on your own initiative. Ask advice from a trustworthy source. TAURUS ;Apr. 21 to May 21) Splendid Venus influences en- :ourage creative efforts. Try to Jive theoretical ideas prac- ical--and p r o f i t a b l e -application. JEMINI May 22 to June 21) A ciasn 01 temperaments :ould cause needless friction. Jon't jeopardize a warm friendship by becoming overly emo- ional. 3ANCER June 22 to July 23) uon'i p l a n any hectic ac- ivities. Day will he more satisfactory if you can get off by your self and do some con- itructive thinking. .EO ;july 24 to Aug. 23) If it should become necessary o sacrifice some leisure time o business activities, don't chafe. Results will more than make up pointment. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Some good news you've been hoping for won't come until the end of the day. So be patient-and not too anxious. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Teamwork stressed now. Fall n line with the aims of family and friends and you'll find thai lor your disap- New X-Ray Pinpoints Brdin Dysfunctions liminil[IIIIIINII!lllÂ«l!!l!ll[|lÂ«!!ll[lll![lllll!lllLIII!!lllll[ll|]l!lll[lilllllll!!^ A revolutionary X-ray ma-| :hine has been rdeveloped to btain an exact view of the rain during health and illness. Known as the EMI, the device an now clearly differentiate umors, cancers, birth defects and strokes in the soft tissue jf the brain. Prior to. this breakthrough, it vas necessary to inject special lyes into the arteries in order o clearly define the outline of he brain. When the X-rays are taken he findings are fed into a com- uter for more exact eva- uation. A scanning device can be photographed with a Polar- lid camera for permanent records. It is said that the EMI scanner can reveal more than one hundred times more information than all existing techniques aval able. Only about 25 of these machines are now in . use hroughouL the world, but it is iqped that every major hospital will soon have the advantages of this exciting instrument. icople who suffer rom such undernourishment. A new type of grain, similar o corn, has been found that contains large amounts of tmino acids. When this maizÂ« s eaten, some of the symptoms if kwashiorkor disappear. It is, hoped that this devastating disease can ba wiped out by this and other methods of nutrition. Hepatitis, an occasional complication of blood transfusion nay, be reduced by an Idea suggested,by a British scientist. Dr. Thomas Cleghorn. an authority on blood diseases, has found that people fro mtropica! areas have "ten times as much chance of being carriers of thÂ» hepatitis factor." ... At the North London Blood Transfusion Center, they are not allowing blood to be taken or used from people who have lived in tropical areas for a long time. Kwashiorkor is a disease due o deficiency in protein. This :ondition is seen in impoverished areas all over the world. In a world so filled with endowments, it is pathetic thai there are still lhausantts of Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and, while he cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use questions in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters to Dr. Coleman in care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) Mixed influences. You ma encounter some frustrating situ ations during the a.m. but th tide will turn in your favor late in the day. . Â· IAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Splendid aspects stimulat artistry and encourage ne\ tries at undertakings which may-have failed before but still have potential. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Your innate sympathy for your fellowman could lead you astray now, so take all .factors into account if asked for favors--material or otherwise. Curb emotions. PISCES ' (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Mixed influences. Expect the unexpected. Others involved in your activities may have misunderstood certain arrangements. YOU BORN TODAY are extremely versatile and are especially talented along artistic and scientific lines. You have a constant craving for knowledge and never stop trying to broaden your mental horizons; w o u l d - m a k e an excellent educator if you can control a tendency to be over- exacting with those under your supervision. You have a definite flair for the theater; also for music, painting and sculpture. Do cultivate your talents along these lines--if only for avo- cational use. Birthdate of: Michael Faraday, physicist. East dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * Q 5 V J 10 9 4 3 Â» A K Q * Q 9 6 Crossword By Eugene She/far ACROSS 1 Counterfeit ' 5 Rapid Â· 9 Priest's vestment 12 Italian coin 13 Medley 14 Tiny 15 Wicked 16 Grate 17 Rodent 18 Omit 19 Insect 20 Tropical bird 21 Feminine name 23 Epoch 25 Nuts 28 Canary' ' " 33 "The Red" 33 Emerald Isle 34 Greek sea demigod 37 -- Union 39 Undivided 40 Con's companion 41 Scorch 44 Health resort 46 Youths 50 Type of meat 51 Mix 5Z - Canal 53 Shoshonean Indian 54 Cavity 55 Close by 56 Chess pieces 57 God of war Avg. solution 58 Story DOWN 1 Snow vehicle 2 Busy place 3 Seed covering 4 Evildoe- 5 Raids ' 8 Comedian King 7 Family member 8 Summit 9 Askew time: 21 min.. Answer to yesterday's puzzle; 10 Slim . 11 Greek letter 20 Malicious 22 Article 24 Artificial language 25 Car ess 26 Transgress 27 Roman 102 29 Roman 52 30 Before . 31 Soak 35 Upon 33 Wise. old man 37 Treats leniently 38 Conjunctio 41 Pal 42 Despise 43 So be it 45 Heap 47 Region 48 Clock face 49 Withered 51 Shinto ' temple 43 ss Â·48 WEST *104 V Q 6 4 9 7 6 4 3 * ' A 7 4 3 EAST *K J73 V A K 2 *J102 + J 8 2 SOUTH * A 9 8 6 2 Â» 8 7 5 * 85 + K 10 5 The bidding: East South West North 1 NT Pass Pass Dble Pass Pass 2 * Pass Pass 24 Opening lead - queen ol le'arls. Part-score hands are less dramatic than game or slam hands, hut the fact remains tha there is more room for gooc nlay on both sides in low-leye" :han in high-level contracts. This is essentially because the ligh cards are more evenly distributed and there are consequently more opportunities for each side to assert its skill. Consider this deal where Wesl led the queen and another heart. East cashed t h e A-K and played a club to the ace. West continuing with a club won by South with the king. Declarer had already lost : our tricks and now had to find a way of holding himself to one trump loser, knowing very well ,hat East had the king. This he proceeded to do in convincing style by leading the eight of spades and ducking in dummy after West had fol!owÂ£d .ow. East took the jack and returned a club to dummy's queen, whereupon declarer led he queen ot spades - and 'incssed when East followed low. His eye intent on executing a trump coup, South played the jack of hearts and deliberately ruffed it after East had discarded a diamond on the trick. As a result of this trurnp-- shortening play, the position now was: North V10 Â» A K Q West Immaterial South A A9 Â· 8 5 East * K 7 * J10 Declarer led the A-K-Q of diamonds and thus destroyed East's seemingly certain second trump trick. So South made two spades as a result of his high- class handling of the trumps. 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