Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 12, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 12, 1974
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^ 1^ TTltf|j| r NATURAL STONE BRIDGE OVER THE ROMMEL RIVER CCoiBtah- me, fllgena] ; .FOR. CENTURIES SERVED AS A PLACF DF ~ EXECUTION-FROM WHICH UNFAITHFULWIVES WERE . HURLED ,100 FE£T // TO THEUZ DEATH FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope your birthday conies and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOB SUN., OCT. 13, 1974 at a cursory glance. LIKE MM8E ^ HUNPK60 Y E A R S ! ) v TKE5EOST TO LOVE REMOVAL OF THAT'S ALL THERE IS TO IT...SEMOVE THE COA1PETITIOM. ANP THE OTHER PEKSON WILL LOVE YOU! I THREW SCHKOEDERS PIANO DOWN THE SEWER..,NOW, IT'S JUST A AWTER OF TIME UNTIL HE LOVES ME... . TOURIST* HOW'S THIS, BU7! GREAT. KEILV.' YOUR \ " REMEMBER INTO TH6 WARDEN'S COPY. PAGE LOOKS LIKE IT'S PART OF THE BANGKOK POST. WHO WISH TO SEE BAHKOK POST CQM1C- PAGE... BUT BE CAREFUU~i IS WARDEN'S COPV. ANC THAT IS THg WAV IT5HOUI.P "· HOWEVER V OH6 IMAGE (5 TO 95 CHANG6P IN THATSfiNSS, ONE CANfAUWAYS UT, CONSERSMAM vgN if- Powri MOSS cReorTA0 TA I BETTER NOT GO OUT V/dlFTHIS TERRIBLE 8RD COLD, SNUFFV-UH-HOVJ'S flBOUT flGflME OF CHECKERS? CROWN THRT THflR KING LET'S GO CRNE POLE LUKEV LI'L ANER 8ELOKP YOKl/M SOO/J AS. WE A\ASSACK£ES THEM 273 WHO sr/wps M m£ WAY CfH/M MHEK/r/N' THE TAKE IT YOU THF CROWD IM HERE rver 33 Skill 34 Confession of faith 35 Fasten 36 Size of coal , FUZZ/ V0JJ SURE HI-FI on LOUP LAT THAT /VW£T HAVE BATTLE- C5UKE ELL1NSTOM V X TO OUT youR hll-FI / J THE PRICE OF VEGETABLES IS HIGH CAW,! GET A QUARTER'S WORTH OF CUCUMBERS' 7 BUT WHY DOMT YOU \ --f BUY A WHOLE 5 /±^--i ONE? ' £W 5 -Believe Jt or Not/ SEA CHARTS USED IN ANCI6MT TIMES IN MICRONESIA; THE PACIFIC, USED SEASHELLS TO INDICATE ISLANDS, LONG STRIPS Of- WOOD TO INDICATE. REEFS /MD CURVED ONES ro JAW me DIRKTION OF THE WAVES ||l1llllll![ll|[lllffli;il!lllllllltllllllllillllllllll!ll!ll[|ll1lllllffl[IIIIIIIUIIIIlTM LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Ankle Joint Complex; akes Much Abuse OF V1R1A IN THE FIJI ISLANDS '" *"' '' r "i" f WT* ONCE SERVED AS A TRIBAL DRUM FOR CANNIBALS Look in the section in which compound the complications Face up to it, tackle it as yo should, and there'll be no son- aftermath. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dei ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Stress your perceptiveness Don't block opposition that bit of shrewd observation wi could eventually be converted enable you to note certain ne\ into support. Work diplomatic- trends, obtain valuable infoi ally" to bring it around. Someimation. barriers aren't as impregnable as they seem. I CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jai 20) TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) ' Avoid skepticism, douh Avoid hasty decisions. Look pessimism. On the other hand more closely into all situations, don't fall for any suggestions i There may be values not seen which common sense tells you · Norihwett Arkanu* TIMES, Sat, Oct. 12, 1974 AYITTIVILH. AHK»NSA» _ _ _ _ The ankle joint is a compli- atcd, mechanically exact piece f "machinery." It is almost As with all scientific investigation the transition is made to humans when its 'value ia nbelievable that it can take confirmed in animals. After o much pounding and still being certain that the disad- unction as well-as it does, vantages and side effects are Occasionally, its function is eliminated or minimized to a mpaired by a congenital safe level, new drugs are cerli- defect. or by injury, or hy rheu- fied for universal distribution, ·natoid arthritis. Previously, when the joint eased to function adequately, reatment was ineffectual in Tiost instances. Now, Dr. Richard C. Smith, from the alifornia College of Medicine n Irvine, has constructed a metal and plastic joint which otally replaces the ankle in hose cases where it is not func- ioning. The new techniques of re- ilacement of joints hold great iromise in giving incapacitated leople an excellent chance of normal function. Dr. Edwin D. Kilbourne and In.. COA. ,.,uer:, in M w Y o r k City have developed a new approach aimed at limiting influenza rather than trying to completely prevent it with a new vaccine. Preliminary studies definitely Dr. A. Clifford Bnrger, of ·larvard Medical School, has 'ound that the venom of a South American snake can prevent certain types of high blood pressure. Renal hypertension, produced experimentally in laboratory animals, can be .controlled by this method. Apparently, this aproach to immunity is a radical departure from the use of flu vaccine. There is great optimism that this complex'scientific development may be expanded to other viral infections. S p e a k i n g o f y o u r Heallh...Wear and tear on parents can be spared if children are taught early to take their medication without cajoling and fussing. Children will been effective. ' balk if previous balking hai B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) have but dubious value. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) . . A day in which you could be so ''give careful GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Your morale should get boost now Some new light is error-prone, ,,,, ,,,,.. l . Dlclul shed on old problems and you attention to details -- especially find more persons responding to in domestic matters your efforts. A brighter outlook indicated. ·. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) . CANCER (June 22 to July 23) - -^ f ° r """? TMTM***l P le a- Personal relationships especially favored; also, your hopes sant communications f r o m those at a distance; also, new contacts which could prove and dreams. In fact, some of [invaluable in a business way them are closer to realization than you think. YOU BORN TODAY are kind, LEO (July 24 to Aug 23) generous and endowed with a Control a tendency to be keen sense ° r Justice. Extre- introspective and moody during mely wholehearted in your en- the morning hours. It could only deavors, there is almost nothing take some of i the bloom off you cannot do once you put happy late-day surprises. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) A stimulating day! Stellar aspects give new impetus to all your mind to it. You have original ideas; can also improve on those of others when necessary. And that your your versatility is such career choices are worthwhile undertak ngs Espe- ", lat ? our v career cnoices are cially favored: family intereste a ' mosfc "n1TMited You would do community projects/travel. "*' TM f LTM±V £ bBsmTM worW LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) -- especially in manufacturing, real estate, hanking or mer- Quick 'decisiomTmay' now be chandising. Along creative required due to suddenly lilles ' y° u would make an out- changed situations Bo ready to standing writer, musician, ar- think and act -- . but without chitect or sculptor. You love anxiety. i a r ': ar e, in fact a connoisseur, Ibut could be more successful SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) l a s a dealer than a painter. Seeking an easy solution to Birthdate of: Cornel Wilde and a complex problem may only-Yves Montand, film stars. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Twist out of shape 5 Snake 8 Heathen deity 12 Sandarac tree 13 Rural sound 14 Glacial ridge 35 Feign 17 High cards 18 Carpenter's tool 19 Persons under age 21 Old Norse work 21 Through 25 Religious service 28 Pub specialties 30 Swiss 37 Wife of Zeus · 38 Lampreys 3D Greek letter 41 Federal agent 43 Space on Doric frieze 46 Tend a furnace 50 Lubricates 51 Not balanced 54 English actor- manager 55 Overwhelm 56 Contend 57 British pianist 58 Snare 59 Emerald Isle DOWN 1 Insect 2 Seed covering 3 Incarnation of Vishnu 4 Trims 5 Candlenut tree Habitual drunkard Avg. solution time: 22 rain. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 7 Verse 8 Foolish 9 Adorn 10 Above 11 Fewer 16. Guided 20 -- facto (L.) 22 Venture 23 Lively 25 Chart 26 Exist 27 Frightens 29 Type of cheese 31 Be in poor health 32 Thing (law) 34 Hew 38 Lure 40 Flexible pipes 42 Donkey 43 Winged insect 4J Ireland 45 Dash 47 Smell 48 Military cap 49 Early garden 52 Be in debt 53 Caress NORTH * A K 2 V J9 65 » K Q 9 S 3 + K WEST * 9 6 4 3 V K 2 » 10 8 6 2 + 7 6 5 SOUTH A Q J 5 ' V Q 1 0 8 EAST 41087 ¥ A 7 4 3 «J,7 4 9 8 4 2 notwithstanding, it might ba possible to make the slani with ess than a perfect diamond division. Accordingly, he won the spade ,vith the king, cashed the king of clubs, queen of spades and four club tricks, and continued with the ace of spades and A-K of diamonds, producing this position: North + A Q J 1 0 3 Contract - Six Notrump. Opening lead - three of spades. There are hands where the bidding is so bad that we don't dare report it - for fear we'd contaminate our readers! Here is such a hand -- and we publish it because South made six notrump, although East-West had the A-K of hearts and the diamonds were divided 4-2 rather than 3-3. West could have led a heart and stopped the slam cold, but had he done that we'd have had no story. He led a spade, which was reasonable enough, and it appeared that the hand would go down unless the diamonds were divided 3-3. But South was not a player with a one-tract mind. He recognized that, appearances · Q 9 West VK · 108 East V A 7 4 South VQ108 Gauging the situation perfectly, declarer led the jack of hearts from dummy. East could not afford to rise with the ace. so he ducked. West won with the king and returned the eight of diamonds, giving South a guess of sorts -- whether -to play the quqen or nine from dummy. But South did not falter. Ha played the nine from dummy. He realized that the apparent guess was not a guess at all, for West had to have the 10-8 of diamonds. Had he held another heart he would have led it. Besides, leading the jack of hearts and then finessing the- diamond was a very artistic way of playing the hand! PONYTAIL SI 5S 41 53 10 48 II 49 "Don't worry about me keeping her out late Mr Johnson... inflation will have us home in about 45 minutes!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, give full description M start your ClassUied Ad for 7 days. You may cancel it when results are obtained. You'll only b« charged for the actual number of daya the ad ran.

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