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October 11, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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HER? WAS BORN IN 1441 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS IMMORTftUZED AS THE DISCOVERER Of THE NEW WORLD ON CORSICA, MARKlMfi OKIE OP THE MANY HOUSES CLAIMING TO BE. THE BIRTHPLACE Of COLUMBUS TAKE TOUR TIME ON DELIVERVf! f£5,T WWTHESAM6 KINO AS BEFORE I ttftNTTO ORDER ANOTHER PIANO...AW FIRST ONE U)AS TREE -.THIS LAST ON£lOA5 THROOtt OOjJN A ^W£R.» SHAKE THE MOP OUT THE WINDOW, HENRV SO I WDNT BE KX-E-- IALWAYS UKE It) BE : DOING A WHY DO VOU SLEEP m WORKED A600T UNCLE LUCTWS) HE'S BEEN SLEEPING INTHAT j- CHAlR ALL OW.' M«VE CT U»K UKE IPS PART OF SMNWS WMSKOK POST cowcsEcTtoM SMEPOUSTflE VflRE ACROSS, ANCHORS IT-- KEUV. rps INWEKATW \NE UT FOOFV WWW OUR RESCUE PLAW AND THE PART SHE'S-TO PtAV DRAW A COMIC IftGE SHOEING HSR r_*w BUCK CMWJESHER TOSAOTYON ·me HIGH WIRE W PRISON. YHIR BUCK DAHGERF1EVO THROWS to A tttGH WRE,- ri and estmg people. WW POOL WOULC PtAMt Bt/iBS IN HS a 1W6Y IS A 6H6ReV C»S« ? Of= YgA« WMBN VCJ N05SK, NOT THIS VAR-- THANKV PER REMINDtW ME, LOMEEZV LET WE KNOW WHEN VE FIGGER IT OUT, EUUINEV-- I'LL BE UP PflTCHIN'TH' ROOF DORNMV HIDES I WISH 1 COULD REMEMBER WHAT I CFtME OVER HERETO 8ORRV SAVE HIM FO' LAST')'- T'OTHER 273 6OTTA BE MASSACRE6D pusr rr 1 ME TOAWV- HAWK HIM?- THB WILDCAT PL A WE S0Ife?e h or Nat/ .-'* - fc ..J.-. 16 · NorthwMt ArkanM* TIMES, Friday, Oct. 11, 1974 FAVKTTKVII.LI. AUkANfA* _____ UUII IIMIMIUIIU III«IIWIIIMII«^^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Hot Fluids Can Be Damaging ft CHIEFS FUNERAL w FIJI tASTS 2 WEEKS-DURING WHICH TIME WE WOURNERS ARE FORBIDDEN TO WEEP, AND EXPRESS THEIR .SORROW BY BLOWING Ofi CONCH SHELLS NIGHT AND DAY / -, . - EUROPE'S F4MED WALLED ClTV, IS SURROUNDED BVd 6RANITE FAM?ART 2 MILES LOM--WHICH (STOPPED BY 88 TOWERS FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope My husband insists on drinking his lea or coffee almost boiling hot. Can't he do damage to himself? Mrs. B.W.G., 111. Dear Mrs. G.: The lining of the mouth and the esophagus, through which food passes into the stomach, can certainly be injured by excessively hot fluids. The mouth can make a moderate adjustment to unusually hot fluids, but it is n- reasonable to expect that it can protect itself against extremes. The skin, which is hardier, can be burned, as you know- by hot substances. You can imagine, therefore, the damage that can be done to even more sensitive tissues. People who wear upper den tures should be particularly careful. Their palate does nof pick up the intensity of the heal quickly so the mouth, the so phagus and the stomaach cai be injured. Look in the section in which birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SAT., OCT. 12 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) expect a pleasant day, with associates radiating good will and congeniality. Under what circumstances 1 t necessary to feed patients in a hospital by dripping fluid intc heir veins? Mr. W.E.B., N.D Dear Mr. B.: The purpose of intravenqu feeding is to restore body fluid and add nourishment to thos eople who are temporarily madia to retain fluids by loulh. . Patients and their familiei re often distressed when, after urgery, fluid is kept running nto the veins. This is not a ign of danger, but rather a precautionary measure. With his method a patient can be lourished with protein, vitamins, minerals and sugars, in addition to the liquids in order o sustain them during tha period vyhen they cannot eat or drink with safety. Does trachoma ever happen n the United States? Mrs. N.Y., W. Va. Dear Mrs. Y.: Trachoma, one of tha greatest causes of blindness, is caused iy a virus. The condition flpur- shes in areas of poor hygiene and poverty. Only occasionally is it seen in the United States because of Ihe protection of our Public Health Services. The World Health Organization (WHO) of the United Nations has played an important role in helping to eradicate thu dread condition. The use of vaccine and antibiotics has saved the vision of thousands of children and adults in underdeveloped areas. to join you. /ill only lead i h with TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Hobbies and artistic cndea-,' likely- vcrs should prove unusually rewarding now. And, like Aries, you may meet new people who prove highly stimulating. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to DEO 21) Your impulse to "get going" should be checked until- associates "are ready Forcing matters \ to dissension. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) With further thought, you row see possibilities in hitherto barren areas of achievement so, if you're in a mood to take a chance, go ahead. Success B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Master*' Individual Championship Play) 1l!l[||jj|||j!||l!|||||]|||||!ll!]|NI!l!lllllll!ll!nl|l|!ll|llinil!llinilM GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Don't count on -- or spend anticipated funds before you have them in hand. Key interests may need a bit of an extra push, but don't go to extremes. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) If dubious about accepting a certain suggestion, it will prob- be better' to reject. But it sufficiently so as not to miss any angles. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) A splendid period in which to renew affectionate ties through mutual interests and pleasures. Your domestic af- Eairs especially favored. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 10) Good stellar influences. Especially favored: real estate interests, home Improvements, family concerns and social activities. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You may not be in the best position to take action on a cherished project just now, but that needn't deter you from keeping your plans in mind. YOU BORN TODAY ; endowed with a high order of Intellect. You are a logical and serious thinker and a confirmed believer In direct action as the best means of getting things done. You are gregarious by nature and make many friends You are South, both sides vulnerable. The bidding has been: South 1* 2* West Pass Pass North 2 V 3* East Pass Pass What would you bid now with each ol the following four hands? 1 4 KJB74 V643 *K7 *AQ5 2.4KQ942 V- «A83*KQ74 3KQJ1093 VJ6 +5 *AJ62 4A97652 *J93 410 *AQ9 1. Three hearts. Partner undoubtedly has a good hand, as he made two forcing bids, but caution is needed to reach the best contract. Three bids can be considered, n a m e l y , t h r e e hearts, three notrujnp and four clubs. whom you keep for a lifetime, j Three notrump is ruled out You · have a keen setise of responsibility and a strict sense of justice, but such is your love and tolerance of your fellow- VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) An analytical look at your position may Indicate some new m aVtha't"you would^'suffer"^ avenue to pursue Keep an easy any capacity such as lawyer yet alert eye on future moves. | or judge , where you wou]d have Taper off in late hours to relax. | to i n f l l c t p u n i s h ment upon a LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) One of your ideas which others might consider "visionary" seems to have solid foundation, so give it more thought and don't let others discourage you. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) A day calling for flexibility. Don't adhere rigidly to a course when new developments definitely call for a change of policy. wrongdoer. Your demeanor is gracious, your habits fastidious sometimes inordinately so. Fields in which you could exeel: Writing, science (especially chemistry or electricity), teaching and designing. Also a reformer at heart, you would be a tremendous asset to organization manitarian of; George novelist. any devoted to hu- eauses. Birthdate W. Cable. Amer, Crossword By Eugene Sheffer Ill fc Q ui a: I've MOTiceo ALL. -rwe OTHER INDIAN PONIES HAV£ SPOTS OS THEM ~.HOW CCM6 VOL) DON'T? MV MOTHER WAS FRISHT6NED 0y A Tetevisiow SOAP COMME-RCIAI- ca ACROSS 1 Weakens 5 Equip g Crustacean 12 Mine entrance 13 Inlet 14 Son of Jacob 15 Title 16 Weight 17 High cards 18 Farmer's society 20 Emanation 22 Sends wires 26 French painter 29 Lair . 30 Cooking utensil Jl Affirm 32 Tree 33 Remove 34 Communist 35 Resinous substance 36 Military student 37 Bulge 55 Perceives 40 Plunder DOWN 41 Loud sounds 1 Warbled 45 So be it 47 Goddess of harvest 49 Charles Lamb 50 Geometric solid 51 Female ruff 52 Bereft 53 Tiny 16 Salutation 11 Twice 19 Obtain 2 Hebrew month 21 Vase children 54 Perched 3 Egyptian cotton 4 Homer's herald 5 Russian union 6 --· Grande 7 Director S -- Barton 9 Reconditioned a tire Avg. solution time: 25 min. HE MAY CALL fT Iff' A GUITAR---)- - -/ Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 23 Decree 24 Cavity 25 Printer's mark 26 Ffoh 27 Above 28 Fragrant 32 Agents 33 American journalist 35 Constellation 36 Dove's cry 38 Tom or Carolyn 39 Insert 42 Wild plum 43 Emerald Isle 44 Without (Fr.) 45 Perform 46 Rural sound 48 Size of coal w 26 27 50 28 38 47 r two reasons. First, because diamond stopper is tenuous, id second, because partner is !gling for a suit contract. Our eart support is not robust, bul is adequate considering thai orth is sure to have five earts, perhaps six. It wouk K wrong to raise clubs. Tor hile the A-Q are key cards hey will be just as valuable ith hearts as trumps as they ould be in a club contract. 2. Five clubs. Hands rise ant all in value, depending on part er's responses. Thus, the twc icarl bid took a lot of wind ou F our sails, reducing i premising hand to one of ordin- ry size, but the three club bid nore than restored its original 'alue. To raise to four clubs would be inadequate. This could all o easily be read as a forced reaction to North's forcing bid if three clubs. We now hava much more than a minimum opening bid, once the club fit s found, and the newly discovered values can best be dentified by jumping to fiva clubs. 3. Four spades. Game is practically certain, considering partner's perseverance, as it is diffucult to imagine four losers with this layout. Spades are playable even if partner is void, and revealing the club support is therefore unnecessary. 4. Four hearts. This hand, with 11 points, is far m o r e promising for game purposes than Hand No. 1 above, with. 13 points The difference is one of fit. In the first hand, we started with a minimum opening hid and it pretty much stayed that way throughout. We therefore did nothing more than show a preference for hearts. But here, with a better heart fit, and especially because of !he singleton diamond, our hand is no longer in the minimum class. A j u m p preference is consequently used to express thes» added values. . PONYTAIL "He's a nice guy, but it's depressing to be arounda boy who's always getting STRAIGHT A's." WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, give fuU description av start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel It when results are obtained. You'll onlj be charged for the actual number of days the «d ran

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