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October 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 26, 1974
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TWO 6000 SERVES AMP A COUPLE OF BAD CARS, AND I'M IN! YOUNG- FOLKS PEBATIN Cl-UB UDDENW, R\PA CHEW GETS ONE OF HI? SHOOTINS FftlNS IN HIS HIP, HH NEARLY COLLAPSES, BUT WHY ARE WE WE'VE STARTED NOW, SWAYING SWWS NEAR WE'RE- ABOUT A * THIRD ACROSS. I CAREFUL, g LET ME PO i THt? ~BALANCING, 50 MUCH HUE CEWTER. SOWETHlMG WRONG? HOT H ING WORRY APOUT. I CAM FEEL US SWNJMG. NOTHING, MX PEAK.' JUST RESTING. «Z SSAVgf? P TO KNOW \f THEY WAS A\R. AUSSIE 6AP0 TK£Y 5AV SH WOUl.CN'T WV NON6 H.6S5 HI TR6AT6P *M PROPER N T* I DON'T DO ENNV GAMBLIN LONG AS I'M WEftRlN 1 THIS BADGE, SNUFFy 1M.L CALL YORE NICKEL AN 1 RAISE YE TEN CENT HOW 'BOUT A'GAME OF'CARDS, SHERIFF? Believe It orNot/ -SHOULD THE * LONDON TIMES" , RUN THIS- GENTLE/MEN? IF VO'ALL WAWTS TO HS4R SINISTER RIWGS, TRY NOT" KUNMIN' 1T-.4N' LISS6N To TH' TUNE AH WHA/MS OUT ON YCRB SKULL'S '.'.- LIKE THE HAIRY ONE WHILE CM SAFARI 1M .SUDAN .'- AD BROUGHT IN ey THOSE TAWNe ISN'T REAPY VT," CAR6 FOR A UTTU SAME WHIL6 YOU WAIT 55TS HERE. 06FOR6 I'M READV, WILL YOU PLEASE ENTRTA1N HIM, FATHER? RUSSIAN ROULTT UPP00S PEOPLE ON A LOT OP PEOPLE HER6 WONPER AFOUT MB THAT'S RIDICULOUS/ TH£PP!CE ALONE COULDTS = P YOU AWAKE AT NIGHT.' r. 8 · Northwnrt ArknnitH TIMES, Sal., Oct. 26, 1974 FAYITTIVILI.*, AHKANIA* I^TEMPLE OFSR1 RAHGAM IMTR1CHINOPOLY, CONTAINS 21 TOWERS, HAS 7 RINGS, OF WALLS ANDISTHetfiRGBST JEMPLE IN THf WORID SHOOT-THEM-UP-JAKE RAN POR SHERIFF IB72 RAN FROM SHERIFF. 1876 BURIED IN 1876' 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 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Y o u m a y r e c e i v e helpful backing in a forthcoming business venture from persons you were not counting on. Gains also indicated through correspondence. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Present tendencies toward excitement and impetuosity suggest that you handle all situations with extreme tact. In (ree time, enjoy a stimulating hobby. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Continuing good Mercury influences! You should do exceptionally well in intellectual pursuits and in matters calling for unusual ingenuity. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Groups and individals wil not all f e e l the same about issues, plans. You be the quiel judge and discreet listener, and your influence will be powerful. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Some extra care needed ,in domestic and romantic in terests. Don't become anxious however. Handle with youi usual dexterity. VIRGO (Aug. 2I to Sept. 23) Going to extremes, unor thodox thinking or actfon could get you into difficulties if no on guard. A day in which to stress logic, foresight. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Influences indicate a wide scope of interests, possibl; greater activity. But tak' precautions not -to overste sensible 'boundaries. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Routine matters may not g ft DANCER DURINU2 THE SACRED FESTIVAL OFSIW60, IN EDDE, PIERCES wis TONGUE WITH ft LOWS IROM ROD- LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Dialysis Saves Multiple Lives Dialysis is a process by.which toxic substances are removed from the blood of patients 'with severe kidney disease. The kidney machine, or dialy- zer, is an outstanding illustration of the combined ingenuity of engineers and physicians. The lives of thousands of patients with uremia have been saved because of this technique. Now. al the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Robert W. Hamilton is using experimentally "liquid membrane cap sules" to trap the toxinr, of ure- niia. If proven completely successful, t h e s e capsules, taken by mouth, will ensnare the -poisons in the intestinal tract and keep them from being absorbed into the blood stream This clever idea might reduce the constant need (or the more c u m b e r s o m e dialysis-by machine technique. This experimental work 1; being watched with great en thusiasm, even in these early stages. Another fascinating machine that combines the talents o electronic engineers and physi eians is the plclhysmograph. The machine has c a u g h t . t i n attention of European doctor: and now is being tried in ; number of hospitals in thi United States. The machine is familiarl; On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH 4 A J 4 3 V Q J 4 2 * A 8 * Q 5 4 planned. A "lesser light" lay offer much needed help )on't underestimate his (her) bility. iAGlTTARlUS (Nov. 23 to Dec Q_ JAY BECKER Y o u r judgment a bit 'cloudy." Optimism may be coloring your outlook, so jostpone making decisions until i more propitious period. JAPR1CORN (Dec. 22 lo Jan. 20) Certain situations may be annoying, but they MUST be landlert--and calmly. At all costs, avoid anxiety and over- imolionalism. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Good stellar influences. A novel "twist," a new approach a stymied project could spark fresh interest, relieve the monotony of details. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 201 A most fortunate day foi personal plans and ambitions Your innate intuition at a peak Don't hesitate to back youi hunches. YOU BORN TODAY have ijeen endowed with a magnetic personality, an unerring gift of leadership and a lofty idealism which makes that leadership safe to follow. You have a strong sense of responsibility and will never fail those who put their trust in you. Also, yon liave a keen sense of perception, an extraordinarily mind a n d , being extremely analytical mind and, being ex'- tremely versatile, could succeed at almost any field of your would find your greatest happiness, however, include the 3ay, the theater, writing, painting or 'business management. Birthdate of: Theodore Roosevelt, 26th Pres., U.S.A.: Dylan Thomas, Welsh poet. nown as the "body box." Tha atient steps into it, tor a wide auge of studies of the lungs. With great accuracy and peed it is possible to measure lie flow of oxygen and curbori lioxide in the lungs, and to ludy the exchange of thesa ;ases. At the Cleveland Clinic ''oundalion, this machine has been used to quickly ditferen- iate lung conditions. Chronic bronchitis, asthma, emphysema, and other allied ung conditions can be pinpointed rapidly to start imms- diate and proper therapy. Experimental and clinical studies are being performed on. new drug that is said to ba lighly beneficial in some forms of arthritis. Dr. Rene R. Marel, in Montreal, Canada, is studying piodolic acid which, in experimental animals, seems to even more potent than aspirin. To date, aspirin is considered one of the most effective drugs for the treatment of some forms of arthritis. When animal studies ara complete, trials with humans will begin. If Ihe drug is'not dangerous and eventually meets the requirements of the Federal Drug Administration it will, ot course, be released for the relief of thousands of arthritis patients. WEST * 1 0 9 8 " A I D 9 3 * Q 3 2 + 9 7 2 EAST A 7 6 5 2 V _ » J 9 7 G 4 + J 10 8 6 SOUTH *K Q , V K 8 7 6 5 » K 1 0 5 + A K 3 The bidding: South West North · East I V Pass 3V Pass 4 NT Pass 5V Pass 6 V Opening lead -- ten of spades When you are missing foui cards of a suit, they will be divided 3-1 50 per cent of the ,imc, 2-2 40 per cent of the ;ime and 4-0 10 per cent o the time. T h e s e a r e mathematica figures only -- and you needn' memorize them if you don r want to.-- but there arc time when even a partial familiarity with probable distributions \vi'. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Cabbage salad 5 Plant 8 Facts 12 Italian coin 13 Cravat 14 Personalities 15 All right 16 Whole amount 17 Swamps 18 Bank clerk 20 Mythical monster 22 Insects 24 And (L.) 25 Absent 28 Diminished 33 Loiter 34 French coin 35 Eggs 36 Objects' 39 Overwhelmed ·40 Exist « Mix 43 Position. of affairs 47 Continent 51 Male deer 52 Kimono sash 55 Norse god 55 -- Ludwig 56 Tumult 57 The Occident 58 Take out 59 Donkey 60 Gratify DOWN 1 Opening 2 Be fond of 3 Russian sea 4 Ambush 5 Frightens 6 Lubricate 7 Unite by heating 8 Discussion D Excited 10 West African country H Association (abbr.) Avg. solution time: 22 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle 19 Printer's measure 21 Thing (law) 23 Denominations '25 Mountain 26 Conflict 27 Past 29 Supports 30 Present lime 31 Twilight 32 Father 37 Spill the beans 38 Australian bird 39 Indian missiles 42 In case that 43 Outdoor shelter 44 Subdue 45 Seed covering 46 Beverage 48 Concept 49 Stone chest 50 Poker stake . S3 Once more warn you of an incipient danger and induce you to adopt prccau- ionary steps that might other- vise not come to mind. Take this deal where West eads a spade. A favorable out- ome seems preordained until Icclarcr wins . with the king, ilays a low trump to the jack, and East unexpectedly shows ut. At this point South starts to vorry about tne slam, but his concern comes much loo late, legardless of what he does, he must eventually lose two trump '.ricks and go down one. Granting that the 4-0 division s comparatively rare, it is cer- :ain]y not unprecedented. As a matter of fact, South's only concern from the opening gong should be a 4-0 trump division, and all his Ihoughls should therefore converge on dealing ivith that possibility since it is the only threat to the slam. Declarer should realize that if East has four trumps the slam is sure to fail, but that if West has them he can ba held to one trump trick by dealing with the suit correctly. South should play the king of hearts at trick two in order to guard against the only danger over which he has any control. When East shows out on the first t r u m p lead, it becomes a simple mailer to restrict West to one t r u m p trick. PONYTAIL 55 22 ·m. 38 za 46 52 41 47 14 24 "Inflation or no inflation, I don't consider 'Big Jack's Burger Bar 1 DINING OUT!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, glvs full description aw start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel it when results are obtained. You'll only bo charged for the actual number of days the ad ran.

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