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ANC?1 HAD TO WRITE," I , WILL NOT TALK IN CLASS* A THOUSAND* TIMES. AMP MOU) AU AW PN6EK5 AKÂ£ FALUNS OFF.. THE TEACHER mXBOT I, U)A5 TALKIN6, BUT I WASMT, ANPSHE lOOULPN'T 6EL(Â£VE ME... (TUASNT EVEN/W FAULT.. NOTHING. 1 WEtL. WA5M IT FOR FREE"AS IS/ WOULD VOU KEVOORC WASHED.UNCA MEAN MOW MUCH WILL. IT COST? IF YOU WANT THE WINDOWS ROLLED UP Fl IT'LL CO6T VOU FIFTY CENTS. AND ABOVE AIL, MV PEAK, LET ME POTHE BALANCING WITH THIS POLE... G I R L ! . BRING I INTUAT " WASHING! YOU MUST NOT SEE THE CHASM BELOW. MOW VOUR LEGS AEOUNP HERE, PUT ON THIS gllHD T-OLP. ^ Btyr WHY? ffA teuiW HOW KWV1MK A oowAees et AGE nvsrro? THJNKWP Â·C6CT THAT IT SUCH A STIHK6R J 3PE-50ME FELLER RED OFF WIF MV OlJ DOT HOG MAGNOLIA _ DONT TELL ME VORE GftL OFF 5O LETS BUNCH AM' WIPE OUT TH' KIM ANYONE HERE WRITS KHJ-lfJ' ENSUSH VOKUM A FEW ATA rifts A vum QUESTION,' YOU CAN'T PUT A PR ice TAG OM VOUR HEALTH' HOW MUCH IS IT (5OIMS TO COST MÂ£ TO XX WELL, MEDICINE MAN? Believe ft or Nat! ui CO UI BELIEVE TM6Y VWE RECEIVE? INTELLIGENT PROM ANOTHER PLANET, " WELL, TrilNK OF IT,-, RK5MT NOW WÂ£ MAVE PLISIANS, =, AFRICANS, OVSRNISHT, WE'P ALL-BECOME FELLOW ^ t'M JUST TOO INTELLIGENT FOR A f SILLY GAME LIKE V. BACKGAMMON ^ THAT'S WHAT m\\ HE SAID WMEM ) I SEAT HINA AT Y^ -,"OLD MAID" ) COLOFOOT A TOWN IN ALASKA, WAS GIVEN THAT NAME, IN 1900, BECAUSE A WAVE OF GOLD PROSPECTORS GOT "COLD fffr" AND Submitted bq Etnenjf.Tbbin, (Washington m Ayvjentan, France, WAS NOT COMPLETED FOR 289 YfARS LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Reliance On Laxative Should Be Avoided NATIVES OF THE LOYALTY ISLANDS IN THE so, PACIFIC. CONSIDER SEA WATER, ADMINISTERED THROU6H A FUWWEL OF LEAVES, A PANACEA fOR AU AttMENTS FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope 6 Â· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Oct. 24, 1974 PAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS _ :Â·Â· III the 30 years that we've iccii married I don'l remember a dny that my husband lias not aken some kind of laxative. During the pust throe months nothing seems to be very effec- ive. 1 wonder if the laxatives lave finally caused some permanent damage to Ills in- .estines. Mrs. E.R., Ohio Dear Mrs. R.: Letters ivom readers constantly reveal misconceptions about bowel habits. Preoccupation with the need For "regularity" may well be end result of advertisements. In the absence of any gastro intestinal disease it is difficult to believe that reliance on -lax lives for 30 years was necessary. Even lite coinmer cial manufacturers w a r n that constant dependence on thei product should bo avoided. In many sub-culture!;, fatigue headaches, irritability and in somnia are all attributed to constipation. In most instances, the chronii axative habit could be avoidei by well-balanced meals, suffi Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according to the stars. FOR FRI., OCT. 25 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) A r e c e n t l y proffered suggestion to which you may not have given much thought could, quite unexpectedly, open new doors to progress. Think about it now. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You'll do best now if you cooperate with the plans of others instead of insisting on your own. Some friction possible in the latter case. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) An excellent day for all creative activity. Superiors, shoulc take an interest in your ideas Y o u can expect. good cooperation from all, so takt advantage of this chance to advance your status. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) A mixed kind of day in terms of work. Your ideas are good 'but you can -meet with obsta cles. There may be more to do than you expected. Take al! in stride. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Consider all new propositions and suggestions carefully before a c c e p t i n g . Some deceptive nfluences, now prevalent, conk ead to unpleasant involvement unless you are alert. VIRGO (Aug. 21 to Sept. 23) As with Gemini, now's thi lime to put forth some of you more unusual ideas. Inllentia persons in your .$ob or businesi should be extremely receptive. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Correct errors or flaws ii vour program as soon as yoi note them. You are keen, si they won't be hard to detect Don't be overly cautious an lose advantages, however. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Not everything may run a anticipated, but you have th talent for prudent pushing an also for waiting out results, icnt roughiige and an adequate mount of water. . 'Â· I doubt t h a t the dependence; f laxatives itscll has been: esponsible for Ihe change in.' our husband's bowel patterns. ^ lather, it is necessary to study; is intestinal tract to rule out; ither causes for this new type' f constipation. : X-ray studies and sigmoid-' 5scopy (rectal examination 1 ) are- mperative for his complete : safety. ; My aunt has been told she; leeds ati air test for her brain.; Can you explain this? Miss H.W., Minn.- Dear Miss W.: _' The test : : s known as peairnio-" enccphatography. A small-' amount of air is painlessly in-', jected into the spinal column. : The air diffuses around the. Drain and outlines it when it; is X-rayed. ' This test is only o n e , o f , mauy^ highly sophisticated methods nt' studying the brain. Scanning devices, especially; by EMI, a machine using radioisotopes and X-rays, can now' reveal, with great accuracy/ changes within and around tha' brain. ay should wind up satisfactor y. AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec 1) A new contact could be ex- eedingly important to your areer aims. Activity increases areas where you have ecently been stymied. ;APR1CORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. Don't commit yourself to an nflexiblc program. Unforeseen Ircumstances will demand [Iterations -- which could be letter in the long run. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You find now t h a t your crea- ive urges are demanding some new form of expression. Don't smother the feelings. Try that new avenue. PISCES (Feo. 20 to Mar. 20) A fine day for teamwork. \lany useful ideas will result 'rom an exchange of views with associates. Some good news nclicated in the p.m. YOU BORN TODAY have been endowed with a dynamic personality, tremendous ambi- ion and outstanding versatility. You arc capable of magnificent achievement "on your own" and are equally adept at coordinating your efforts with those of others for forceful, effective results, You like interesting activities and people; constantly search for the meaning- 'ul in life, and never let down in your efforts to improve your own lot and that of those dear to you. Careerwise, your choices are almost limitless as are your talents. You would make an outstanding business executive, leader of slate, educator, writer, actor, artist, musical composer, aviator, architect or engineer. In fact, you name it. gel to work on it -- and you can get to the top in any line you like. Birth- date of: Adm. Richard E. Byrd a v i a t o r , explorer; Pablo Picasso, renowned Spanish artist; Georges Bizet and Johann Strauss, composers. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) North dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH *K 10 53 V J 8 6 3 Â» A K 5 + 103 WEST EAST *7 6 *9 8 2 Â» V * A Q 10 9 Â» Q 9 6 4 3 2 * 7 * Q 9 7 2 + K J 6 5 4 SOUTH *AQ J 4 Y K 5 4 2 Â» J 1 0 8 * A 8 Tne bidding: North East South West Pass 1* Dole Pass 2 * Pass 2 Â¥ 3 + 4 V Opening lead-two of clubs. This deal occurred in a match between Norway and the United States. When the Norwegians The Norwegian West led his singleton heart. East took the I ace and returned the nine, d e c l a r e r (Bobby Wolff) 'ollowing low as West ruffed the Â·elurn. West shifted to a low clubf the king forcing the ace, and" t appeared that declarer now; lad to go down one, as be still' had a heart and a club to lose.-" But Wolff found a way to' make the contract. He played: three rounds of t r u m p s' and led the jack of dia-j monds. When West covered with the q u e e n . Wolff cashed three diamond tricks' and exiled with a club, in that way presenting the opponents^ with a Hobson's choice. If Wesl won the club, he would - h a v e . to yield a ruff, and discard, while if East won' the club, he would either have to concede a ruff and discard return a h e a r t .So. were North-South, the bidding went as shown. With the cards divided as they were, the Norwegian declarer had to lose a club and three trump tricks to go down one. When the U.S. team held the North-South hands, the bidding went: Wolff made four spades as a result of the two-way cndplay. Oddly enough, East could have defeated the contract by playing the queen of hearts at trick two instead of the nine. West returns ruffs the club, king and bul when. declarer laler attempts an ond- play by exiting with a club, East wins the trick and returns the ten of hearts. Dummy takes the jack h u t East's nine of hearts is now the setting trick. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Border 5 Fold 8 High 12 Italian coin 13 Blackbird 14 Region .15 Arabian state 16 Flightless birds 18 Gift in a will 20 Book of maps 21 Overwhelm. 22 Expire 23 Fissile rock 26 Social conduct 30 Swine 31 Remunerate 32 Norwegian statesman 33 Usually 36 Applause 38 Some 39 Con's companion 40 Improve 43 Auto shelter 47 Rural 49 Wharf 50 Otherwise 51 Mature 52 Anglo- Saxon serf 53 Origin 54 Affirmative 55 Network DOWN 1 To splotcl 2 Hoarfrost 3 Arabian country 4 Handbook 5 Small error 6 Dill 7 Fasten 8 Stretch tight 9 Seed . covering 10 Singer Home 11 Young girl 17 Obtain Avg. solution time: 26 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 19 Female sheep 22 Actress Doris 23 Health resort 24 Pronoun 25 Turkish officer 26 Miss West 27 Cloth measure 28 Inlet 29 Harden 3i A fold 34 Raved 35 Annul 36 Blunder 37 Reddish- brown 39 Loses color 40 Simians 41 Masculine 42 Existence 43 Enclosure 44 French river 45 Lease 46 English actor- manager 48 Beam 53 20 14 3Z 4S "He thinks my handwriting is bad and wants me to use a typewriter...Wait till he sees my TYPING!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, Rivo full description aw start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel It when results are obtained. You'll only be charged for the actual number of days the ad ran.