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October 1, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 1, 1974
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TWSS eecuz WRAPPED BODY To ir!!- v/e3orrA TPV THIS RECIPE- A5IN WHEN we sirs PCK FIW EMSLANP-- STUPID COULP LE6 TRVIN6 TO UCK MOFF! THE A.M.A. IS 60IN6 -TO A LOT Of THE- S.P.C.A . HARS ABOUT THAT ' NEAT. WHAT TEAM Ul s Z O n FLIPACOIN-IP IT'S -A HEADS, YOU PAY THE CHECK-TAILS, I PAY IM SORRY, MR. DITHERS/ BUT [ DON'T HAVE A i COIN! TO FLIP ,, WELL, IF YOU DOW'T HAVE A COIN. £?-f YOU HAVE TO S r .\ JUSTON= TIME i WISH HE'D LET ME MAKS UP TH^ ROLES Believe /t orAbt/ ESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. ronchoscope Useful In detecting Lung Problem /* CIRCULAR HOME IN .ARZACHENA, SARDINIA, BUILT BY A SHEPHERD BENEATH ·-- ANOVCKf/WStNGKOCK noS A** ALTAR. "NEAR IE PARANON. FRANCE, CARVED IN THE SHAPE OF A SEA SHELL 1M THE SOLID *»«' V* MOUNTAIN FRED OPPLIGER 1 SEXTON of WOODLAWN'CEMETERY IN WADSWOKTROHtO, HftS MRIICIPATED IM EVERY RMRftL HELD THERE SINCE 1931 -- /«; FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which /our birthday comes and f i n d vhat your outlook is, according o the stars. FOR WED., OCT. 2 IRIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Survey chances: Some will be jxcellent. Plan on some expaiv ion but don't go overboard. Be careful not to repeat past errors and do be accurate in handling details. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Difficult situations? Analyze, lien attack -- with self-confidence and optimism. You can itilize your connections in pro- itablc ways during the p.m. 1EMINI (May 22 to June 21) A good period in which to nrich personal relationships, lain support for sound causes. Especially favored: romance, cultural and creative pursuits. JANCER (June 22 to July 23) Once you have made up your mind, back up decisions with 'igorous action. You may run nto some opposition, but you an counteract with reason and ogic. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) A day for listening! Give careful thought to all that is ;aid in conferences, discussions. if completely unbiased, you could learn much to your advantage. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Domestic matters and business i n t e r e s t s should go especially well, font it's the kind of day that will reward any good effort -- even if unusual complications are involved. ,IBRA (Sept .2 4to Oct. 23) A test day of sorts. Select your own courst if you prefer, nit avoid contention with those vho have a program on which v o u really should work. Cooperation will pay o f f . SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Some unoreseen changes indicated. Take all in stride. Be .emperate in demands, do no ppecl the unreasonable and lackle as much as you can without overtaxing yourself. JAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to. Dec Despite a few minor obsta cles, you should do well non Work with those who are adep at getting things done, an don't squander your fine talent on trivia. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) M i x e d influences, mixe possibilities. How you react how you meet competition an how you cooperate with associates will be telling points i day's results. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 A new prospect may be for consideration but, befor accepting, ascertain wehther i is really what you want. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Thinking about new venture will not be enough. Back goo ideas with action -- after deter mining their value, feasibility. YOU BORN TODAY: Your is a highly emotional and artis tic personality. Many mus cians, poets, painters and wr ters were born under Libra Your magnetic personalit could also make you a grea success on the stage, but yo must learn to control your emo tions since giving into then interferes with the conccntra tion needed for a top - fligh career. With your versatility there are many fields whic you can conquer in the pursu of a happy and successful lif and, should you not choose on of the aforementioned arts, yo could do equally well in med cine, the law, designing or bus ness management. Birthdate ol Graham Greene, author, play wright; Groucho Marx, fame comedian. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Entrance 5 The law thing 8 Shark 12 Banter 14 European river 15 British lift 16 Russian communities 17 Harvest goddess 18 Goober 20 Stone pillar (var.) 23 Inclination 24 Fairy 25 Religious singers 28 Donkey 23 Dull finish 30 One of the Caroline islands 32 Spanish gentlemen 34 Rail bird 35 Greek' letters 36 Rich fabric 37 Maintenance 40 Daughter of Loki 41 Await settlement 42 Found the mean of 47 To the sheltered side !8 Great misfortune 49 Germ 50 Tree 51 -- fixe DOWN 1 Honest one 2 Any split pulse 3 Fish 4 Game like bagatelle 5 Rodents 6 Self 7 Large snakes 8 Love apple 9 War god 10 City in Indiana 11 Formerly (archaic) 19 Grafted (Her.) 20 Resort 21 Hardy heroine 22 Scottish Gaelic 23 Diminishes 25 Turtle's upper shel 26 Peasant (India) 2T Hindu garment 29 Speck 31 Greek god 13 California city 33 Required Avg. solution time: 23 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 34 Sausage 36 Antitoxins 37 Javanese tree 38 Goddess o volcanoes 39 Joint 40 Steering apparatus 43 Lace 44 Disease of sheep 45 Summer in France 46 Stain 29 SO 18 M . 27 10 4S Is it possible to look directlyi ,to the lungs to find the reason ir a cough which has lasted ir years? X-rays show my ungs to be normal. Mr. R.L.B., Ga. ear Mr. B.: An instrument called the ronchoscope can be passed trough the mouth directly into IB lungs to inspect the inner ning of the bronchial tubes. By this method, almost all i the branchial tubes can be xamined for chronic infection nd growths. Cultures and sputum cxami- ation made directly through te frronchoscope add valuable formation to the diagnosis of duplicated lung conditions. It is also possible to put a quid dye through the broncho- cope, allowing the fluid to rickie down into the more in- cccssible areas, Then, by X-ray, the dye is ol lowed in an effort to uncover malformations or diseases that light otherwise remain hidden. Bronchoscopy can be per- ormcd under local or genera nesthcsia. It is not a routine rocedure. It is used when the octor cannot easily uncover he reasons for a persistent ough. · Northwtjt Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Oct. T, 1974 AYtTTtVllH. A*K«M«»« ' Dear Mrs. C.: They are nol the same, but iometim.cs they occur together. Hemorrhoids are enlargements of the veins which normally are present around the rectal opening. Poor bowel habits, straining and chronic constipation can enlarge those veins. The pressure of repealed childbirth can be responsible, loo. A fissure is n slit, or ,1 cleft, that occurs in the skin (the mucous membrane lining) of :he rectal opening. Known as "fissurc-in-ano," it may also be caused by straining at stool. When a fissure is neglected a small ulcer forms. Bleeding may occur. The treatment for fissure and for hemorrhoids is 'based on individual evaluation of tho condition. Local treatment or surgery can he the decision only of the doctor who has followed the course of the problem. Is a fissure of the rectum he same as a hcmorrhoid? Mrs. G.C., Wash S p e a k i n g o f y o u r health...Highly polished floors are attractive. Far too many people have had fractured hips by slipping on them. Throw rugs are another hazard that should be eliminated u n l e s s they adhere to the floor. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH A10 7 4 V J 1 0 2 » A Q 10 8 3 + B 5 WEST *K J 5 ¥ K 8 7 4 3 * 9 6 4 4 6 2 EAST * 9 8 2 V Q 5 » K 7 2 + Q J 1 0 8 4 SOUTH A A Q 6 3 V A 9 6 * J5 * A K 7 3 The bidding: South West North East 1 NT Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Opening lead - four of hearts. Bridge does not lend itself to hard and fast rules. There arc of course general principles that govern most situations -whether in the bidding or the play -- but these principles must yield to logic when it is clear that adhering blindly to a general principle is apt to prove injurious. Take this case where West led a heart against three notrump, dummy playing the ten, East the queen and South the ace. Declarer returned tha lack of diamonds, which held, and continued with a diamond to the ten, East winning the 'rick with the king. East returned tho queen of clubs, won by declarer with the king, and South played a low tieart towards dummy's J-2. West was helpless against 'this play and South made exactly nine tricks consisting of a spade, two hearts, four diamonds and two clubs. Declarer would have gone down at least two had East played the five of hearts at trick one instead of the queen. True, ducking dummy's ten would have violated the rule of third-liand-high, but there was more than ample reason to do so under the circumstances. It was a virtual certainty that West did not have the A-K of hearts, and it followed from this that playing the queen would enable declarer to get to dummy later on, whether ha had the ace, the king or both. On the other side of the coin was the strong possibility that, by playing low on the opening lead, East might deprive declarer of a vital entry to dummy to cash tiie diamonds. In the actual case, this possibility would have matured and South would have found himself in a hopeless predicament. PONYTAIL Donald, you could make me the happiest girl in the world...introduce me to the quarterback on your football team!" ' HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Headers respond mora quickly and favorably when liven complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach you. Always insert your telephone number or your name and address. If you do not have regular hours, give a preferred time to have prospect! call you. PLACE YOUBSELF in th* reader's position and aik yourMlf what you would like lo kr.ow (about your offer). Tha irmver you give will make a good Classified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring satisfaction do so, not through nny Inck of readership, hut because they do not contain enough information to get prompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can b« tecured for your advertisement by ordering consecutive Insertions, You can stop your ad In t)j* event of re«ult* and then pay only for th« day* it wu published. Thcr* are aUo very ipeclal rates for those who *r»

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