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September 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 23, 1974
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ACCORPINSTOMY RSURES AS OUR PlTCHER,WHAPANeARN£P RUN AYERA6E THIS WAR CF 06HTV RUNS.PER SAME! /STATISTICS W^TUe, 1 ; i g^^ i\. f NO, Bt/TTHEYSURE 1 SHOOT OFF TOEIK j X^WOUTH A LOT! DO YOUUWT TO HEAR SOME BASEBALL STATISTICS, CHARLIE BROWN? XWi SEC YOUR HArSfcS, MR. GWEM ME AH IDEA, MR. CHEW/ ^.^J,B^IN WLnWW MCTftOE COULt STRETCH ROPE ACROSS GORGE, MftVEE t COULD 6ET ACKOSS. COURSSylVE CROSSEO RNEKS HftNSIWG ONTO. A TOPE WTH /VCV | HANPS AND LEGS.'! 1 VOU A HIGH-WIRE WftLKER, MR. SAWYER* GET ACROSS, HOVJD VOU GET BACK WITH A GIRUHANW ONTO VXIR HECK? WA1.1-"- s* «UST 06 A NV uecono? SURE WAS A XXIUMTW VICTOR* 1 FOR US IN TH6 POSSUM, USASUS. VE WOULDN T KETCH ME DflNGLIN'OUTSIDE OF THEM THflR SKYSCRflPERS IMAGINE THffH! flRKV SQUIRES GITTIW" fl JOB AS A WINDER WflSHER iW NEW HflRK CIT/ AHLLSENP YO A POSTCARP O'MAH NEW ENSLISH HOA\SV ITS A PRIVILE6S DEAUN HAINT DEALIM' WIFNO CRD'NARY ISA AMSHTV HIGH PRIGS' PC? A YO' IS A LOKP, MILOKOIl ENGLISH SEE .'.'.' US HASWT 6VEW i,6r"T FOR THE. 6ATTI. YET WO N5ED TO WORRY 1 WORRtDi HERE FATHER'S WilMOUT Y£AH. TJRM PEP, PURPLE, , JUMP UP AMP P0WN, FITS . . . . . . POUNP i^e ef?oi«p WtTrl HIS FI0T I BEETLE.' CIVILIAN PANTS FOR INSPECTION ·21 you KNOW WHAT $AR£ CANT FINP ANY CLEAN KHAKIS ![|ir" WHY DON'T ^ L THEY CALLTMEM -{ (THE HERALAYAS? ) llhk WELL,LOOK AT THAT MOUNTAIN RANGE, , THE HIMALAYAS -- I I THINK'WOMEN P^--~Believe H orAW/1 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Man., Sept. 23, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS TEMPLE, l^oh, Malaysia, HAS ITS MONKS' CELLS INSIDE A MOUNTAIN ClK-.t FVi'u'i Siffe.l*. 1**, \ttt. U'cnlJ/[It. KU...A 18* CENTURY SOrSDJftL Eyam, England, TELLS TME THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 11 ''uiinuiiniH^ LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Coffee Used To Quiet Overactive Children NlCCOLO. PAG AN IN I '(nai-lfllo) GREATEST VlOCWIST OF HIS TIWE-- OWNED VIOLMS FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope I read an article in the newspaper that coffee has been used to control overactive children. I am trying to track this down. Mrs. C.H.W., Mass Dear Mrs. W.: There has been reference In :he scientific literature t h a t lyperaclive children have ocen reated with coffee instead of he amphetamine drugs. It sounds paradoxical that amphetamines and caffeine, both stimulating drugs, should ^e effective in controlling overactive children. Yet they do. It is interesting that a six- ounce cup of coffee contains about 100 milligrams of caffeine. A six-ounce cup of tea made directly from the tea leaf contains almost twice this amount of caffeine. A six-ounce bottle of cola drink contains about 30 mg. of caffeine. Before anyone embarks _. the use of coffee, tea or cola for treatment of their own h y p e r a c t i v e children the: should first have the diagnosis confirmed by their doctor, whi should be sensitive to the essen .ial difference between a norm ally active child and one \vh 's abnormally overactive. It would be inadvisable fo Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FQH TUBS., SEPT. 24, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Mars, favorable, now promises increasing gains. But some minor situations may have to be ironed out before you can go ahead with long-range projects. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21.) If things don't seem to be going quite "as usual," ask questions. Some changes may have been made, some new procedure initiated of which you are not- but should be--aware GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You seem to have the inside track now, so take advantage of it. Good opportunities indicated, but grasp them quickly or you could lose out. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Streamline operations to meet present needs. Some former activities may have to be dropped it they are not producing. But do not drop projects now running smoothly. LEO (July .24 to Aug. 23) Solar influences stimulate intellectual pursuits and carefulb directed ambition. If impulsive or hurried, however, day won' 1 please. Think constructivel; and avoid errors. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) You may be given some extra responsibilities but, if the en( result seems worthwhile, accepl them--ambitiously. LIBRA (Sept. 24, to Oct. 23) A better day than you may anticipate. You may have to ferret out some opportunities for yourself and figure out the most advantageous way of handling them--but these you can do.' SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) You have more working for you now than you may realize. A person of influence is working mother whose child has momentarily gotten out of hand o use coffee as a means of ontrolling his activity. My husband goes to his doc- or. is examined, gets a pre- cription, never has it filled. Do many people do this? Mrs. E.V., Nev.- Dear Mrs. V.: Your husband is not alone in uch ''oehavior.' It is said that it least one-third of all patients ail to follow their doctor's orders. In some studies on this sub- iect, it may go as high as 50 per cent. Dr. Richard Gillum and Dr. Arthur B a r sk y recently did an in-depth study on why patients fail to comply with t h e medical regime doctors give them. They conclude that "fack of money, lack of transportation, family problems at home' and psychological reasons" contribute to the neglect of the doe- tor's orders. Perhaps your husband can explain to you why he goes to see the doctor in the first place. Is he being pressured into going? Does he resent this? or you in the background, and ou will soon profit from some Efforts you have lorfg forgotten. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) A day in which your innate competence and good judgment will prove profitable. A fine period in which to initiate new nethods, present unusual ideas. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Be extremely careful to differentiate between rumor and "act, not to accept hearsay as accurate information. Some deceptive trends prevail. AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) If well-planned in advance, you could now launch a new venture, hut don't rush headlong into uncharted seas. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Discretion and secrecy may be your most important tools f you are aiming at some unusual business or financial objective. Don't telegraph your moves. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with high ideals and lofty ambitions; have the stamina and persistence needed to attain them. You are self-reliant, well poised and independent almost to a fault. Wnere- cver you go, your personality makes you the center of attraction but,., if .for some reason, someone else is holding the spotlight, you tend to pout; may even do something bizarre to gain the attention you crave. Try to curb this form of egotism. You have 'enough 'going for you to be above such tactics. There are many fields in which you could find a successful career, notably: surgery, nursing, the law, politics. You could also attain eminence in any one of the arts--as your leanings and education dictate. Birthdate of Marcus A. Hanna, Amer. statesman; Zachary Taylor, 12th Pres., U.S.A.; Anthony Newley, actor. B. JAY BECKER On Contract 'Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) West dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH *2 « 10 8 3 · K J 9 B 4 A Q 10 8 4 WEST 4-10 6 2 *K J 9 6 3 EAST » Q J 10 7 5 V J 7 · 7 5 4 *7 52 SOUTH * A K,9 8 4 3 V A K Q » A Q 3 The bidding: West North East South Pass Pass Pass 24' Pass 2 4 ,.PasS'M.34. Pass 4 4 Pass 4 ¥ Pass 5 * Pass 5 NT Pass 6 4 Pass 6 NT Opening lead - six of spades. The 1974 Vanderbilt team oi 'our championship was won by Eric Kokish and Joe Silver of Montreal, who joined forces a the lasl. minute with two young brothers from San Rafael Calif., Bob and Dave Crossley. This deal from the finals con tributed greatly to their victory Crossword By Eugene Sheffer iCROSS i Haggard novel 4 Buddy 7 Author Wallace 12 High hill 13 Miscellany 14 Insect 15 Yellow bugle 16 Pays out · IS Seine 19 Fragrance 20 Strong drink 22 Biblical lion 23 Dull explosive sound 27 Daughter of Loki 29 Forerunner of jai alai 31 Vacillate 34 Specks 35 Aphrodite loved him 37 Vehicle 38 Eft 39 Lamprey 41 French verb 45 Blanches 47 Chinese dynasty 48 Controversialist 52 Miss Gabor 53 City in New York 54 Compass reading 55 Asian festival 56 Mythical being 57 Difficult: a prefix 58 English rural festival DOWN 1 Smart. 2 Hang about 3 One of the Muses 4 Apartments? 5 Beast e Kind of beam 7 Jewish month 8 Beetle 9 Man's nickname 10 Enzyme 11 The law · thing. 17 Spot on radar- screen Avg. solution time: 27 min. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 21 City in Belgium, 23 Near 24 Torrid 25 Indian 26 Fuel 28 Son of Ga3 35 Large bird 31 Pallid 32 Fruit drink 33 "I do," for one. 36 Install in ^office 37 Fish 40 Antelope 42 Greek letter 43 French composer 44 Growing out 45 Flat- bottomed boat 46 Saintes (abbr.) 48 Follow closely 49 River in\ Asia 50 Black or Red 51 Greek god 'wo clubs by Silver was artifi- :ial and forcing, and two .pades by Kokish was also arti- icial and designated either an ace and a king, or three kings. From then on the bidding was natural and Silver got to six lotrump. West led a spade, Cast's ten forcing the king, and South continued with the ace, loping for a 3-3 spade division. But West showed out and ttie slam now looked hopeless. However, Silver fought on and even- ually landed the contract by combining careful play with a very generous smile from Lady Luck. Abandoning spades, he cashed the A K of hearts, felling the jack, and payed a heart to the ten. He then returned to his hand with a diamond to the ace, cashed the queen of hearts, and continued with three rounds of diamonds ending in dummy. By .-this time, ten tricks had been played and Silver had won them all. Dummy was left with the A-Q-10 of clubs and West K-J-9. When declarer exited from dummy, with the Queen of clubs, West took the king but was obliged to yield the last two tricks to dummy's A- 10. At the second table, tha North-South pair got to six spades and had no chance for the slam when the trumps proved to be divided 5-1. PONYTA1L "Hobic got a passing grade in Algebra today,., he hasn't recovered from the shockl" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAH. Readers resuond more quickly and favorably when given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach you. Alwayi insert your telephone number or your name and address. It you do not have regular hours, give a preferred time to have prospects call you. PLACE YOURSELF In the reader's position and ask yourseU what you would like to know (about your offer). The answer you give will make a good Classified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring satisfaction do so, not through any lack of readership, but because they do not contain enougn information to get prompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can be secured for your advertisement by ordering consecutive Insertions. You car, stop your ad in the event of results and then pay only for the days it was published. Ther« are also very special rales for thoso who at«

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