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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 7, 1974
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rr's RAINING; COME OH UP BEFORE WU PROUHl HEY! WHO TURNER ON THE WATER? . POSH 'THAT HOEKIBL5 POLKA COT ONB IT'S BEEN IN THE SHOP FOR MONTHS. UNCLE 6CROOGE' OILS AN OLP NAVY BUDPY IN BANGKOK. . COWS 1M EARW SATURDAY. 1 THE TRUSTV DOESN'T ! USUALLY PICK UP THE i NOON. HI, BUZZO.'... T THE SUNWN BANGKOK EH?...YOUWANT? POST, A WHAT'/MAIL. 1 ... IT'S WHAl, rf , MPORTAN T, ft tit M TOST. CCULOH-T »· 1 SEE-THE ViWDEN'S COPY BEFORE HE Si ...GETS IT? HOWCtt OEACOM-- WhWTS N6WS? (5 TO SPENP AM, YOUR* AN-HAV6 NO TO WSW/'OUT. f AN 1 THEM SAIRY ( S A Y S T O ME- J ELVINEYS HOLLERIN' PER VE flTTH'GOSSIP FENCE, MAW I BETTER TROT OUT TOTH'BflRN AN'5IT MV MiLKIM'CHORE DONE / JUST'PUT A ( COIW IWTHE CANDY MACHINE YOU MEANS THARS FIRST-CLASS RASSSMSSRS ARE SERVBP STEWARDESS -WHEN WILL PIMNER THEN.i sues It'S SAFe TO EAT TW6 STUr-p A FUV IN TMiS SOUP/ pip you set PIP OF LT. FUZZ? Uo\V Do Vou THINK I HEY/ WMAT ARE IN BED IN MIDDLE Of- Trie'PAY?/ CONVINCED MlM YOU WEKE IN TOWN BOSS,rVE 6OTAGRETAT IOEATO IMPROVE EMPLOVEE MORALE 1 lt YOU SHOULD PLTA ( RECREATION ROOM IN FOR THE OFFICE STAFF \ WE'U_ START V, WITH A ( SANDBOX X_. IhJ YOUR £*T *.f\,s- 7, Believe It or Not/\ ^ - MMi M Jv TOI ' P £*.»» \m^^,Aw GEOR6S M.HARLAN OF MARTMEZ, CALIFORNIA, IS'ASREAT-GRANDSONOFA SOLDIER WHO FOUGHT W THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION,^ A FIRST COUSIN OF A SOIDIIK. WHO FOU6HT IN THf UNION ARMY M TH£ CIVIL HAR. rV WOOD MUSICAL INSTRUMENT POPULAR IN'NE (AECKLEWBUR3, IN THE PACIFIC, IS PLAYED BY PASSING- OILED HANDS OVER IT, AMD ITS TONE RESEMBLES THE BKAYIN6 Of A 0 · NoiKiWMt Arkan*n TIMES, Monday, Oct. 7, 1974 AYITTtVILH. »HK«M»»» ' iiiiiiiiiiiHMiiiH^ ESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Children Can Develop Jleers Of The Stomach IIMl!IIIIIIIII«llllUII!!linilHII!llll«llllliU!tni!lill[inilUIIIIIIHIIII!l!l^ 150 FEET HI6H, CARVED IN A CLIFF Br 1 A LONE PRIEST, HAS GRASS GROWING ON IT TO FOKM HAIR.. EYEBROWS AND A MOUSTACHE FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. · FOR TUESAY, OCTOBER 8, 1974 (ARIES) Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some block to progress indicated bul, it determined, you can remove any obstacle. Breakthrough could be achieved through a new method, idea, concept. TAUHUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Distant interests take the snot- light. You may now be able to take a trip that was postponed or you may hear some excellent news from afar. GEMIMKMay 22 to June 21) Even if balked in a certain plan, don't let yourself be pushed into a corner. Have alternatives ready. You are good at improvisation. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Your intuition at a peak. A good day for backing your hunches with zesUul, optimistic performance. Travel and romance favored. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Avoid a tendency to "fly off the handle" if you feel wronged. If you MUST express grievan- .ccs. do .so in a diplomatic manner. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) You can achieve most in your own surroundings now -- discussing ideas and plans with compatible friends and associates. Results should be most worthwhile. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) A sudden flash of intuition in a romantic matter will be right on target. Follow through and recent harriers to happiness w i l l fall SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Never mind the odds against you! Keep working toward your objectives. There is always a Do children ever develop leers of the stomach? A friend old me that his 12-year-old boy as an ulcer. I found it hard 0 believe. Mrs. B.G.I.. Fla. 3ear Mrs. I: Contrary to popular belief, oung children can and do eyelop ulcers of the stomach nd the small intestine. The diagnosis of these peptic leers Is often difficult to make ecause the symptoms are not s distinctive as they are in dults. "Bellyache" is a common omplaint of children. In most nstances, of course, this does lot indicate the presence of an 1 leer. One oE the characteristic igns of an ulcer is an adult s a recurring patten of pain vhich is relieved by food. Children, too, when carefully tudied may reveal this pattern X-rays of the stomach a n c he small Intestine are performed on children wilf Jreater frequency because ol ;he greater awareness t h a i ulcers do occur in young people It should be emphasized that his condition is relatively uncommon while the ordinary uncomplicated "bellyache" is common. Do all people swallow a great deal of air without realizing it? Can this be responsible for ievere attacks of belching? It's one of my problems. Mr. D.L., Fla. )ear Mr. L.: Aeropliagia, or the swallowing of air, can 'be distressing and may be responsible for excessive belching. Everyone swallows a small amount of air while eating, irinking or smoking. Sometimes excessive amounts of air m a y b e u n c o n s c i o u s l y swallowed by people who ara tense or anxious. Large bubbles of air are .rapped in the stomach and intestines, causing the uncomfortable sensation of bloating and fullness. Pressure on t h e diaphragm by the trapped air can also produce pains in the chest. The swallowing of air can be sharply reduced if people a r e relaxed, talk less excitedly and smoke less d u r i n g meals. The swallowing of air may, indeed, cause belching but there are many more important reasons that should be eliminated first. Problems In the es?pba- gus, in the gall bladder or dietary indiscretions are mor» likely causes of your belching. way for the imaginative, opt mistic worker. And you ar that! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 21) Do not pay too much altentii if associates seem difficul Some persons may be "edgy now, so don't take unseemly tion personally. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) You could launch a new vei ture now if you have given i t j careful thought. A good day for! promoting, advertising y o u r ) wares; in general, to press on; to better things. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Fine influences stimulate your ingenuity, creativity and personality. Be careful, however, not to go to extremes in anything you undertake. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Mor? .rains indicated" t h a n you anticipate. But there will be SOME obstacles so pick your way alertly and cautiously -but without anxiety. · YOU BORN TODAY are an exceptionally gregarious individual, with great enthusiasm-for life and people generally. You have been endowed with outstanding business acumen and are a terrific organizer. You are extremely meticulous in ail your undertakings and usually competent in emergencies. A born leader, unlike many of the Libra-born you can be a stalwart in your community, state or county. You enjoy travel, music and the theater and may take up any one of these as an avocation if you do not choose one as a career. Birth- date of: John Hay, early American statesman; Elbert Gary, steel magnate. iimnii 8. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) North dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH 4:32 · A K Q J 5 4 *'A 8 6 4 WEST EAST * Q 8 6 4 7 5 4 V ' A K J I O V Q 8 6 4 · 8 3 2 # 9 7 + Q J 9 + K 7 3 2 SOUTH 4 A K J M 9 » 9 7 5 3 · 106 + 105 The bidding: North East South West 1 · Pass 1 * Pass 3* Pass 3* Pass 4+ Pass .4* Opening lead - king of hearts. Then there was the time that of making six, so he won the club with the ace, led a spade and finessed the jack -- which held! He next crossed to dummy with a diamond in order to repeat the finesse, since it was entirely possible for East to have been dealt the Q-x-x-x of spades originally. But when Jacoby finessed the ten, West belatedly took the queen, cashed three more hearts and a club, and as a result defeated the contract three tricks! Had West taken the queen of spades at his first opportunity, Jacoby would have made the contract very easily. He would have lost a spade, a heart and a club to achieve a better than average result. The highly chagrined Jacoby realized that going down three would be a very poor score, possibly a bottom, but he nonetheless went out of his way to warmly congratulate West for his brilliant play of ducking the jack. West got very embarrassed the distinguished expert Oswald | at this point, explaining that he Jacoby, playing in a pair cham-1 had pulled the wrong card when pionship, got to four spades the first round of trumps was with the South hand. Ordinarily, Jacoby would have made the contract, but he ran into highly unusual defense and went down as a result. West led the king of hearts, Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer then shifted to the queen o f ' "Won't you please be a little clubs. Jacoby saw a possibility i more careful in the future?" PONYTAIL ACROSS 1 Bristle 5 Roster 9 Support 12 River in Asia. 13. Word before Age or City 11 June promise 15 Frees 17 Miss Lillie 18 Vestiges 19 Turn inside out Z I N o t B C 22 German painter 24 Dutch painter 27 Invalid's food 28 Scarlett's home 31 Broad sash 32 Girl's name 33 Ruminants chew it 31 -- au rhum 36 Sloths 37 Apportion 38 Bring to bear 40 Chemical symbol 41 Drunken carousal 43 Marshal 47 Luau fare 48 A rake 51 Guido's highest note 52 Cry of Bacchanals 53 Collar 54 Russian 2 Arabian chieftain 3 Band instrument 4 Betel palms 5 Inlets 6 Table scrap 7 Drive nail - obliquely 8 Genus of river geese 55 Peasant of 9 Popular India pianist 56 Cincinnati's 10 European Pete river DOWN 11 Ruminant 1 Diet animal restriction 36 Communist Avg. solution time: 27 min. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 20 Ex-GI 22 Ship's crane 23 Javanese tree 24 Fireplace projection 25 Sleeveless garment 26 Native of Monrovia 27 TV person-, ality 29 Worn groove 30 American humorist 35 Cutting tool 37 Overpower 39 Lamprey fisherman 40 Mongrel 41 Hastened 42 Active sport 43 Satisfy 44 Yugoslav VIP 45 Adam's grandson 46 Descartes 49 English or poison 50 Exclamation 42 26 1 S2 27 32 22 28" 53 W 10 29 30 led. He had expected Jacoby to play the ace or king and had not noticed that Ihe jack was the card actually played on the trick. ' ' P l e a s e , 1 1 said Jacoby. "I spent TWO HOURS rehearsing that excuse for not doing my homework, and he shot it full of holes in thirty seconds I" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. R*ad«r§ r*5Dond mor» quickly and favorably when flvra complete, or deflnif* Information. MAKE IT EASY for th* reader-prospect to reach you. Always Insert your telephone number or your name and address. If you do not hava r-zular hourf. fly* a preferred time to have projects call you. FltA.CZ YOURSELF In tht reader's position and ask yourself what you would lik* to know (about your offer). The answer you give will make a food ClitsLfied ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring ·atlcfaction do so, not through any lack of readership, hut because they do not contain enough information to get prompt action. THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can b« iccured for your advertisement by ordering consecutive Insertions. You can atop your ·d in th* event of re*ult» and then pay only for the day* It was pubUahcd. Thu* ar* al*a very fpedal ratei for those who ar*

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