Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 14, 1974 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 14, 1974
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P«^--BelicTe/t orifet/i **«L fcJORK ANP U02K UNTIL |VE REACHEP TOE TOP- (I5S4-I4B) of Sweden DURINS A KiSNOf BWCTEDON JUWE25I938, a TIMES. HE WAS FINALLY SIA1N HTHE MTUEOfLOTZW IMTHE3O YEARS WAR MINIMUM SALARY or AT THE I'LL ZOOM INTO RJU- ,- PCDDOCTTON, FLOOD THE MARKET AND SEUU our,' WANT ID SEETOS BSCTOSV I JLSt BOUGHT? IN BUSINESS, CNE AMJ5T BE A JUMP AHEAD [MFOUCKSBUSGrWHIPSI Of= THE OTHER 1 6OY. ifc ROYAL HOSPITAL m SantBW deQunpostela, WftS UNDEE CONSTRUCTION FOR 300 YEARS FRANCES DRAKE .10 · Mortfcwwt AifcdMOt TIMB, T»«, May 14, W4 JFATTTTtyiLLl, A»»CAN»At ____. LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Aerosol Sprays May Affect Lung Capacity IBIWBWUMIIMMM SAID1OUR NAME WAS SINGER/ UAR! \NTERPOLSPY.' TlL KILL SOU.' VES,MEi WHAT THE HECK ARE VOU POIMG IN MY FATHER'S ROOM? YOU S SlSHi; W «S6NTIAI-5 IS spw«pip~you ISA VtTOPMANV AN-KSTROYMISSONS VOCODER COMES LUKEV, PfiW- i see He's BEEN OFF HIS GRflNDSOW RS'IM ·tfOOVE V/ORN THAT SV(FF. r - SO IT FOR.VEARS HOW ABOUT A ME.VJ -IT'S MORE. EKPEMSWE THAN AUDRDSHIP.BUT I AM NOT A SLAVE OF IMSR5C1SDR BLUGSIONE.'.' FOR S )OUR6OVEARS ft. **· OF DOGGED BRITISH DEMOTION, BERMAUESTV WtSHES TO REWARD MXJ -- ____ WAUT TO HOW DZVO1ZD lOCO I NEVER FELT SO S1U.Y M ALL MT UFE trf\ WELL, HSRE'SJ AND HERE'S YOURS te^-f YOURS j -*r I BAKH3 AN TECREA KJRTHE TH/5TS ODD--TDOTS1E 1 BAKED A CHOCOLATE PIE FORMDU, TOO~ LLGET SCTM CHOCOLATE CREAM Your Daily Horoscope My wife uses a great deal of hair spray. The mist doesn't seem to bother her, but if I am in the room I actually find my breathing affected. Do other people react as I do to hair spray? Mr. G.J.H., N.J. Dear Mr. H.: This problem is under study by a great many research workers who are questioning the safety of all aerosol products, hot only hair spray. It is well known that hair spray preparations are combinations of many chemicals Even though the containers warn that the substances shouk not be inhaled or exposed lo the eyes, it is almost impossible not to do so. RESEARCH STUDY A group of research workers at Yale University has reported an extensive study in the "Ncv England Journal of Medicine." Complex studies of the lung unction showed that hair sprays in an enclosed room can lefinitely alter lung capacity fortunately, the effect of thf l a i r spray seoms to be of shor duration, and may not leav permanent changes in the Inng Some people may he mor sensitive than others to all sort Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. ARIES (Mar. 21 lo Apr. 20) Some plans may have to he changed whether you like it or not. Be composed, however, for you may well profit by t h e change. Keep your sense of humor sharp. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Going it alone will not be Ihe answer now. There are definite; areas where you will have to associate with, plan with others. Teamwork! GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Direct your innate enthusiasm into progressive channels. You can accomplish more than many others during this period. Especially f a v o r e d : , written matters and travel plans. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) A time for some introspection. Through reflection, y o u will get a clearer view of the road ahead, to make plans for further accomplishment and satisfaction. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 2:0 Discretion should be your watchword. Keep disposition even in order to cope with the ruffled ones you meet - ant there may be several. VFRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Take care in counselling others, imparting information Avoid arguments as such but discuss calmly important situa tions. transactions. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) if aerosol sprays. They must make a concentrated effort to* avoid entrapment in a closed; com while the spray Is being; used. j Even those people who don't'. have a reaction would be wise; o exercise the simple precau-; ion of using a spray in a well-; ,'entilated room. i I find that even with a light; snack before bedtime my sleep; s deisturbed. My wife thinks; ;t's all in my head. Mr. E.S.. Tenn." Dear Mr. S.: 'The greatest likelihood is that it is all in your stomach. ; Some people sleep well even; after a heavy meal. Others are; distressed by as simple a dish,' as milk toast before going to; bed. ; One learns by simple experiences, if eating, before retiring; is not for you, then give it up. · Another factor must be con-l sidtred, A "light snack" to youl; may be a "heavier" snack than4 you think. ^ Speaking of your health..£ Do not become disillusionec - some disapprove of your ideas and are unwilling to fal in with your plans. If understanding and tolerant, you just could bring them around. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Make no decisions until all avenues have been explored. Should temporary deterrents appear, handle discerningly with clear-headedness, smar control. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Your ingenuity, foresight and intuition should be at a peak now. A good time to look into new offerings and gauge their real value. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to J a n . 20) Stellar influences now warn against misleading influences, deceit and dubious schemes. Be alert and counteract with your innate integrity and good judgment. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) If you really have time for "extras" on a busy day, take them on judiciously. Don't overtax energies and don't hesitate to ask for help if you Find yourself in a bind. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Plenty of competition about, but don't let it dismay you, Anchor your sails to the well- founded and engage opponents with enthusiasm. YOU BORN TODAY are an idealist and a humanitarian at heart. You are imaginative, intuitive, poelic and something of a dreamer. But. as is not always the ease with dreamers, you have the happy faculty of making your dreams come true. Your versatility is oulstnading, but you express yourself best through music, writing or painting. Your love for home and family is boundless and you will even sacrifice yourself to bring happiness to those you love. You would make an outstanding teacher; could also succeed in medicine or in any field involving travel. Birthdate of: James Mason, film star. niiiiiiiniiNiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiMiiiiiMNiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiuniM^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) iiiiniiiiiiHiiiiimiiiiMniiiiiiiniuniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * Q J 7 « 3 » J 8 6 · AS + K Q 2 WEST * A 8 2 V Q 5 3 » Q J 1 0 4 4 9 6 4 EAST * K 1 0 9 5 » 2 · 8 7 3 2 * A J 1 0 8 SOOTH *6 V A K 1 D 9 7 4 » K 9 6 * 7 5 3 Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1. College town 5. Craze g. Exclamation E. Mechanical advantage 14. Afro-Asian finch 15. Issues forth 1C. Among 17. Undivided 18. Dish with soaked breadcrumbs ». Tope 28. English rustic 24. Amazon estuary 25. Support 28. Macaw 28. Bender M. Sauce ingredient S. Lends 14. Wild plrnn 35. Turkish officers M, Discloses 37. Site of Univ. of Idaho 40. MacGraw 41. Nervous malady 42. Young hares 47. Nap 48. Whatnots 49. Let stand 50. Any split pulse 5L Father DOWN 1. English 2. Hebrew letter 3. Miss Gabor 4. Spanish matron 5. Destiny (.lime of life 7. Abhors 8. Girl's name 9. Broad- topped hifl 19. Dry rural festival IL Soft drink Avg. solution time: 23 nrin. 13. Rancid B. Poker stake 29. Resort ZLMata -- 2Z. Ancient country 28.Injures 25. Spread awkwardly ZS. Capri, for one 27. Time of day 29. Starch 3L Direct answer 33. Boat 34. Church features 3ft. Designer East ·n-ebJAfc^: Sooth West North 1* Pass 1* 2V Pass "3V Opening lead - queen of diamonds. A conscientious declarer sEarls the play of each hand with the feeling that if anything can go wrong it will go wrong - and attempts from the outset to protect himself against every type of misfortune he ean think of. Accordingly, when West leads a diamond, South takes the somher view that he -may lose a spade, a heart and two clubs - and go down one. He realizes he may not have a trump loser and that he will lose only on club Irick if West has the acej but he starts out by assuming, he will be unlucky on botrf counts. -' His next step is to seek a" way to overcome the imagined, bad luck. He notes that if th* spades are favorably divided luj can establish a spade winner, to take care of one of his losing clubs, and that this possibility can be pursued without relinquishing his other chances for, the contract. : Accordingly, he wins the dia- nd with the king and leads spade. West follows low anc} ast takes the jack with th» king. Let's say East returns a diamond to the ace, whereupon South ruffs a low spade. Declarer then cashes the A-K of trumps, East showing out; and ruffs a diamond with the jack. When he now (rumps another low spade. West's ace falls and the contract suddenly becomes secure. South later discards a club on the queen of spades and loses only three tricks - a spade, a heart and a club. ; Note that if declarer ignores the spades and relies on a favorable trump split or ori f i n d i n g West with the club ace' he goes down. This business of planning the play in advance, instead of relying primarily on luck, pays good dividends from time 16 time. It pays to plan the play. PONYTA1L ». Charts ». Neglect 39; Flatfish 41 Grand- Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 43. Greek letter 44. Son of Gad 45. Thrice (Music) 4C. Compass "I'm doing great in my Homemaking completely mastered the CAN OPENER P* WANT ACTION? Phone 442-4242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, gin fun description ayr start yoor Classified Ad for 7 days. Yog may cancel it when results sn obtained You'll only be charged for tb« actual number of dar» *· ad

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