Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 28, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 28, 1974
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·P* IEVEBEARNED. WHAT'S THE] CATEON / . ·/ IT.UNCA ) /"· SC BOOSE ?J CCA\E ALONS NOW.' I HAVEN'T TIME roe 5ILLY QUESTIONS.' r t THIHK VIE TTHEN'' COULD THROVJ A SMALL ROPE WTH A INSIGHT ON THE END ACROSS TO 1HEPR5SON. FOOFV COUU5 N MHE DAWGER m BRINGING HER BACK w THE HIGH WIRE 1% 6HE MKSHT P A N I C . HOW STRONG IS FOOFY, KELLY? /'SHE'S NO THAT CABLE'S PRETTV HEAVY. SHE MIGHT EVEM FAINT, SKIS, DRIVES A GOLF BAIL HO,T. PON~r~ SPARE A WCKEb '. StNCS *'OOT TiHT PANHANPUNG KA GAiNjP A CERTAIN AMOUNT o X NBJER SEEM VORB HOUSE SO PURTV AN',CLEflW, LOWEEZV-- HEALLUS BIN HERE SO A / IRRITATIN ROOM/MATE! MARVIN ! IP SAY l-f's COMPARABLE T OUSTER'S CTUD6MEMT THAT DAY AT THE LITTL£ BI6 HORN _ Vrn COOKIE, f-lOW Y J ALMOST cove you NEVER \ DIP ONCE 60T KEf T 7£Li-IN5 ME SHE WAS TO PO ALL THE COOK/N6 orJVot/1 SHOTDOHN 75 GOlDCft £AGi£S · · North*** ArkarwM T1MIS, Sat., Sept. Jl, 1*74 r*V«TT»VILLl. ARKANSAS . __1. IlllllllllllllliaiM^^^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Techniques To Detect Breast Cancer Early BATAK TRlBESMEiJ NORTHERN) SUMATRft ARE DECORATED WITH THE KIPES OF GOATS CONSUMED AT THE FUNERAL HOW LOWS S SNUFFY BEEN TH 1 JAIL HOUSE? FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope :i:ir:n :n ;n !r:n n n 11:1:1111 ii:ii:iFii tinrji'ihii n Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according Mummography and thermo- graphy are two'techniques (or the early detection ot cancer of the breast. Mammograptiy, especially, 1ms been responsible tor the tremendous increase in the number of successful cures of tins type of cancer. Dr. Philip Strax, head of the Guttman Institute in New York Dity, believes that the stirdes In mamrnography stand put as one of man's greatest scientific accomplishments in the past two decades. These X-rays are able to outline s o f t tissue masses and differentiate cancerous (malign ' a n t ) from non-cancerous (benign) tumors of the breast. Many women have been spared surgery because of the definiliveness with which many of these ' X-rays can be reac ·mammography specialists. Thermography is a technique that enhances diagnostic accur acy by measuring temcpra ture variations in all parts o a breast suspected of being cancerous. With electronic temperature devices, skin surfaces are mea sured, recorded 'and photogra phed. M : l|1( THE FLORAL PATTERN ISVERY3IG WITH CROWD E!S ONLY ONE WAY I'D WEAR THAT IF WEAR MY '-"HJ 1 to the stars. FOR SUN., SEPT. 29 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Don't depend on oromists and don't make any binding agreements yourself. Stress conservatism in all things. The validity of thcrmography s based on Itie knowledge that ody licat patterns vary in nor mnl breasts and those that hava umors or cancers. A drug in active use for th» reatmont of tuberculosis ha.s wen · found to have an interesting effect on the body. ; About 20 years ago, it was irst found that PAS, or para- imino-salfcylic acid, was abla o reduce cholesterol In lha Iood. Unfortunately, tills anti-tuberculosis drug was irritating to the lining of the stomach and intestines and could not he used in patients with cholesterol problems. : Now, Dr. Philip J. Barter, a visiting professor at the University of Iowa College of Medicine, has been using a modified form of PAS to try to reduce Lriglyceride and cholesterol levels. The early reports a r e successful. Dr. Barter will continue these studies and report their valila after tie returns to his post at the University ot South Australia. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Your perception especially Certain persons may make sharp now. In all matters irresponsible statements: Do depend on your own judgment, not be trapped, or follow any suggestion without investigating for truth. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) not that of others. CAPRICORN 20) (Dec. 22 to Jan. A fine day for achievement; IE you know you're on the a ] so for making decisions of right track, stay there; don't go off on tangents without good reason. Curb a prevalent tendency toward restlessness. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Some changes in your life indicated. Be receptive: They importance. You may even have the opportunity to cash in on an avocational skill. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A more or less average day but you should enjoy the evening hours, when some bright g i v e B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Master*' Individual Championship Play) East dealer. East-West vulnerabls. NORTH 4 A K 6 V K · Q 1 0 4 2 4 J 9 5 4 2 WEST *105 A 8 6 3 may imagine. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Some planetary restrictions. * K 9 7 5 * A 1 0 7 will be for the better. During i amusing persons the p.m. you could meet some- stimulating ideas. one who will he important to 1 your future. I PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) I Asupicibus influences! 1 An CANCER (.Time 22 to July 23) j unexpected happening in the Avoid those who would t r y . forenoon could lead to an unto pry information out of you. farmed _ and profitable -A slip of the tongue at the 1 t r j p . wrong moment could have serious repercussions. YOU BORN TODAY are · endowed with fine judgment LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) land a good sense of balance; The bidding: Y o u r innate aggressiveness are highl;,- energetic and extre- nll prove an advantage in con-, mely versatile -- especially ucting day's activities. Don't \ s an excellent organizer and o overboard and alienate ] ; s an excellent organizezr and 5 + EAST * 9 7 2 V Q J 1 0 9 7 4 2 * J83 * -SOUTH * Q J 8 4 3 »5 * A « + K Q 8 6 J has been known to take over a business, completely change its systems and procedures, and ·icnds or associates, however. TOGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) U5 IK ai|u vwl;cuulcii auu A complex situation indicated. makc it livelier more profit . 'lay for time until certain fac- able Qne Ymjr rairraindednesg , ors are cleared up This is one tialit and objectivity are me when just s andmg by ol ,kianding and make you an nil prove beneficial. . . . = . . . . ,:BRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Pass South 3* nble 5 4 An excellent day in which to arbitrator or media- artistic side of your excellent lor. The nature will best express itself ormulate long-range plans. ln music . literature, painting, omelhing which has seemed designing ml of reach is closer than you B|F th . darte on the Robert stage. (Lord) Clive, founder Empire of Brit. India; star; cowboy" of Hollywood fame. Brigitte Bardot. film Gene Autry, "singing Opening lea - West 4 V 5 V Dble ace of clubs. North 44 Pass South doubled and West ·etreated to five hearts. Per- laps North should have suspcc- '.cd the danger implicit in East's five club bid, in conjunction with South's double, arid doubled five hearts on that asis. But, in fact, he passed. South construed (he pass as an invitation for him to go on in spades, which he did. : West doubled and led the ace and another club. Blast rufi'qd and returned a heart to the ace. whereupon another club lead brought the defense i t s fourth trick. South stil had to lose a diamond and went down three -- 50 points -- for a poor score. Five hearts doubled would have gone down one -- 200 points -- with normal play. At another table, where the eventual winners of the tournament were East-West, the bidding went: In a good partnership, there are not only lead-directing doubles but lead-directing bids. For example, take this hand from a pair championship. At one table, the bidding went as shown. East bravely opened with three hearts, despite the unfavorable vulnerability. Not only that, but he then bid five clubs - in order to direct a club lead by partner if South became declarer in spades. East Pass I V Pass Pass West North Pass 1 *· . 2 V 3+ ' 3V 34 Clubs having been bid a n d supported. West was able to deduce that his partner v v a . s probably short in that suit. Accordingly, he led the ace and another club, and four spades went down two -- 100 points. Crossword By Eugene She/far ACROSS 1 Permit 4 Map 9 Cut down 12 Mature 13 Hebrew prophet 14 Twilight 15 Magicians 17 Sunburn 18 Equip 19 Mormon state 21 City in Colorado 24 Perfumed oil 27 Feminine name 28 Shipbuilding term 30 Type of automobile 31 Early stone chest 33 Auditory organ 35 Perches 36 One of a Turkic horde 38 Through 40 Pronoun 41 Cubic meters 16 Poke 20 God of war 21 Early inhabitants of Britain 22 Christian ' of an . Eastern rite 23 New Yorker, for one ^spotter's wheel 26 Insert 29 Shrill bark 32 Historic seat of Irish kings 34 Employed again 37 Form of lease 39 Fortifications 42 Musty 44 Ship's record 47 Existed 48 Be in debt 50 Inlet 51 Bird 52 Born Answer to yesterday's puzzle 53 Consumed 43 Head covering 45 Rave 46 International language 47 Obtained 49 Spanish province 54 Overwhelm 55 Foreigner 56 Moist 57 Indian unit of weight 58 Guides 59 Famous general DOWN 1 Resinous substance 2 Personality 3 Decimal base 4 Boors 5 Secretin, for one 6 Peer Gynt's mother 7 Summer TV fare 8 Sips 9 Form of Christian religion 10 Eggs 11 Skin tumor Avg. solution time: 22 min. 47 45 49 44 4O PONYTAIL "There's so- irresistible.. . ng about this boy ; s father's donut shoo!" that's' HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Headeri resocnd more quickly ind fivorably wh«a jiven complete, or definite In/ormation. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to teach you. 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