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October 10, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 10, 1974
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DOW THE SE(i)SI?,ANP OUT WTO THE RIVER, HUH ? OH, WELL, IF WU WERE TO PLAV IT NOW, WP PK»AWy JUST STRIKE A SEWER NOTE.' HAlUAlHAiMA'.HA.' AFTER VOL) LEAKM TO LOVE ME, SWEETIE, YOUXL APPRECIATE MY HUMOR. 1 COUIPM'T FIW TOUR PIANO, HUH? VOU GOT AN . AIRMAIL PACKASE FROM BANGKOK, BUZ. 1 FROM IKE BANGKOK POST. X THOUGHT MIGHT LIKE TO SHOW VOUR PAP THS POVUER OF A COMIC STRIP, KELLY HECK VOU BUILDING, NOW, I KNOW M6 WANTS IB seews evER-aopys i sggMSAcoNSPWATe TAKEN A UKIN'TO 0(T CUT JT PON'fCMA THINK W PflW-COME SEE \AJHflT TH'SCHOOL- MflRM SflYS flBOUT JUGHfllD'S REflDIFO 1 PSST- TORN IT RIGHT SIDE ^v UPPflRDS, PAW flN'TH'SCHOOLMRRM SRVS VO'RETH'WOSS PUPIL IN TH 1 CLASS WHEN IT COMES AN "/AEANDOW-ALL-MOPE PLANE IS GOIN TD - TRX TOLAMPf.'- HOPE THE WRErCHEC- WRECK /WAKES irrr I'M WAIT/MS FOR AW AMERICAN RELATIVE WHO \ MO POUSr ON THIS PRIVATE PL AWE -- 6£T OUT THERE AND FJ0HT You CJUST SNAKE mil BEFORE. DONT see now YOU \\ YOUR WARRIORS TO Off TO BATTLE.THE WAY YOU PO MOV/ MANY DID YOD HAVE'2 WONPEK IP rr T. HAD JUST CAN'T WAKE UP TODAY A LOT OF PEOPLE ASK ME TMAT QUESTION ·'!'( MIND YOUR OWN BEESWAX.'/ , ·H HOW COME YOUV= GOT A HEART TATTOOED ON YOLK LEFT ARM AND AN AK'CHOK ON YOUR RIGHT? Believe It or Not! LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. njections Or Surgery; Both Called Effective TRAVERSED REGULARLY IN THE MCGftMENDUNfi MO.UNTAlMS, INDONESIA, COMSISTS OF BAMBOO LOGS LOOSSLY TIED TOGETHER MM FIBERS SOME CHILDREN IM TAHITI - EVEN THOSE IM PROSPEROUS FAMILIES -ARC NOTKft/SED BY TH£/K OAW PARENTS. MANY FAMILIES BELIEVE IT IS BETTER FOR CHILDREN TO BE REARED BY STRANGERS, WHO WILL HOT SPOIL THEM, ST ARROW IS SHOT IfiTO A VEIM OF THE P/YTIEMT FROM A BAMBOO BOW BY THE MEDICINE MAKi OF^THE WATUT TRIBE OF MEW (5UIWEA, AS A MEANS OF BLOODLETTING - Which U'catmcnl for hemor- lioids is more effective, injcc- ions or surgery? Mr. K.K., Ore. Dear Mr. K l : Injections o[ chcinic;ils into c hemorrhoids are used in carefully selected cases. The esiilts can be excellent. It must be emphasized that njections as H form of Ireal- ncnt should not be used only ccausc the patient wants to avoid surgery. There are special indications for surgery vhich may be more effective han the injections. Specialists in the field of siir- ;ery (proctologists) and general iin'geons pattern their judgment on the needs of the individual wlienl. FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the slats. FOR FK1DAV, OCT. 11, 1874 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) If any of your plans have been blocked lately, THIS is the time to try again. Study new trends since you will soon play an active role in an unexpected situation. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Remain your inborn self as you wade through weighty matters, complicated issues or just plajn tasks. Time is very much on your side-now. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A distant goal now seems to be within reach. Press on, and don't let other's discourage you. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) A new surge of energy'should earn' you far al«ng the road to success and recognition. But keep an eye on (he main objective. Don't go off on tangents. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Do not let a personal disappointment m a r your overall jerspeclivc. Continue to aim for ftigh goals. Your adeptness, know-how and intuition should potent now. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) By investigating background information you receive, you may find a good way to 'improve your financial set-up. But DO investigate. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) A good day for "pulling strings." Persons of influence will oe highly amenable should you need their help. SCORPIO (Oct. 2l to Nov. 22) C u r b tendencies toward combativencss. You can be your independent self without b e i n g a r r o g a n t o r domineering you'll g a i n more. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to DEC 21) If you have doubts or uncer lainties about launching a cer tain project, it would be w e 1. to heed. Try to find the un deriying reason for your hesi tancy. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Some unprecedented situ ations or unusual propositions indicated. Study well but dcfei taking action until early nexl week. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19; Under good Uranus influ ences, your imagination - is heightened. Give your creativ ideas the "full treatment.' They should work out well. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some d i f f i c u l t y in covnmuni cation likely. Be especially careful in what you tell anolhei "confidentially." 11 coult boomerang. YOU BORN TODAY are of talents a n d , properly edu cated, of course, can succee( in many fields. However, yol differ from most Librans several ways: You arc not as practical as most. You rcbe at. routine and establishcc principles, and yon are fai more emotional than tin average Libra-born. A · pro fession would suit your talents far more t h a n a business ca rccr. and you could make ; t r u l y eminent name for yoursel: as a playwright, author, arch itect, lecturer or teacher. The mysteries of science--especially in the electronic field -- woulc also appeal to you. Try not to scatter energies. Complete one p r o j e c t before beginning another. Having too many irons in the fire at one t i m e will only make you nervous and irritable Birthrlalc of : Samuel Clark E n g . philosopher; Eleano: Roosevelt, writer, lecturer, U.N representative, wife of U.S President. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS I Health resort 4 Portion 8 Currency 32 Remiss · 13 Medicinal plant 14 Exchange premium 15 Exist' 16 Baptism, for one 18 Manservant 20 Tourist's need 21 Related 24 Allude 28 Commemoration 32 Incarnation of Vishnu 33 Feminine name 34 Spanish title 36 Ignited 37 Dispatch 39 Divide 41 Scoff 43 Bristle 44 Roman 12 46 Urge 50 Old or New 55 Employ 56 On the sheltered side 57 Chills and fever · 58 Perched 59 Wharf 60 Crowds 61 Hovel DOWN 1 Russian or Pole 2 Amazon estuary 3 Masculine name 4 Clergymen 5 Wing S Fabulous bird 7 Session 8 Recreation vehicle 9 Mature 10 Biblical wilderness 11 Very warm 17 Swiss river 19 WWII area 22 Falsehoods Avg. solution time: 23 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 23 Scandinavians 25 WMte House dog 26 Discharge 27 Price 28 Religious service 29 Early garden 30 Horse's hair 31 Swinging . stride 35 Flightless birds 38 Masculine name 40 Aries 42 Inlet 45 Moslem priest 47 Shove 48 Son at Isaac 49 Certain I^atvian 50 Faucet 51 Hebrew priest 52 Bishopric 53 Personality 54 Gist S 6 57 9 10 u 58 27 48 19 4 · Northwest ArUtnMs TIMES, Thun., Od. 10, 1974 AYETTKVILLK. ARKANSAS What is the life expectancy of someone who has been told hat he has cystic disease of lie kidnev? ·" Mr. H.B.P., Minn. 3oar Mr. P.: Polycyslic disease of the k i d - neys is sometimes seen at birth Jue to some abnormality in development. Occasionally, cystic disease occurs later in life. . There is no possible way to prognosticate life expectancy. Kidney function tests can determine if the cystic disease is interfering with kidney function. Even with severe interference, with the wondrous working of this organ the new process of dialysis with kidney machines can prolong life despite the presence of cystic disease. Doctors should never ba pressured into prophesying about the duration of any illness. The chances of being wrong are great because of the many variables involved in any serious condition. I have heard about the "mash of prcgnaticy." What is it? Mrs. B.J., Iowa Dear Mrs. J.: Pregnant women once In a very great while develop a brownish discoloration of lh« cheeks. This blemish is known as "chloasma." H usually disappears after the child is born* It probably is caused by temporary hormone imbalance that occurs during pregnancy. Speaking of your health... Firm but reasonable discipline is an excellent way to tell children how dearly you love them. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) East dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH *J 10 95 2 V J 1 0 2 » A 9 + Q 9 3 WEST EAST 4 8 7 6 * A K 4 V 9 7 6 3 » 4 * Q J » 8 7 3 2 + 1 0 8 7 2 * A K J 5 4 SOUTH *Q3 V A K Q 8 5 » K 10 6 5 4 + 6 . The bidding: East South West North 1+ I V Pass 2 V Pass 4 V · Opening lead - two of clubs. Good card play is a step-by- slerr process by which declarer gradually learns how the adverse cards are distributed and proceeds to take full advantage of this knowledge. Consider this hand played by Bob Hamman, of Dallas, in the 1971 world championship match between Australia - and t h e United States. West led a club, won by East with the jack, and East cashed the king of spades before continuing with the ace of clubs. Hamman ruffed and played the queen of spadee, taken by East with the ace. East led a third round of clubs, ruffed by South, and Hamman was now in a position and West had four trumps to his three. Had Hamman decided to draw trumps at this stage, hoping to take the rest of the, tricks on the assumption the trumps were divided 3-2, he would have failed in his mission. Instead, he cashed ' j K-A of diamonds in that order, bringing forth West's Q-J. H a m m a n now had solid grounds for suspecting that the trumps were divided 4-1 instead of 3-2. West had shown up with two diamonds, at most four clubs (lie had led (he deuce at trick one), and probably had three spades, judging from the early spade plays. So Hamman led the spade jack at trick eight and discarded a diamond, finding the suit divided 3-3, as he had expected. He then cashed 'the ace of trumps and proceeded to make the hand -- even though he was outnumbered by West in trumps -- by scoring the last four tricks on a crossruff. He ruffed dummy's J-10 of spades with the K-Q of trumps, and ruffed his 10-6 of diamonds with the J-10 of trumps, thus destroying West's apparent trump trick. . PONYTA1L ns F(Al«e» Sywlkjle. 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