Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 23, 1974 · Page 16
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May 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 23, 1974
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/THAW) I wo J ^~ZT ° 1MA61NEI THENeEl GRL 50WT SRLIN6 COOKIK! ARROWHEAD MOUNTAIN NEAR ARTOWHEAD HOTspRiNsS-psiif:,HAS AN MRROWHE'OF LIGHT VEfiETATION COVERIN6 7fACRESTHATALWWSREAPPEARS, -TS6SAME LICENSE PLOT NUMBER HAS BEEN ISSUED TO ALBERT Ross of Cincinnati, Orup, ANNUALLY KK AND DON'T \ SLOBBER ON IT/ COLEMAN, M. D. Artery Spasms Are Responsible For Color 'THOUGHT you swo THE 1 MWBE THE AMBRICAN vw SHUT UP.' STOP VAKK1NG AOUT THAT NECK.I.ACE. POLICE WERE ABOUT J IS ON THE LEVEL. MAVBE l!:^IIIIIISIIIII»]|IIHIIIIHIIIUIIIIIIillHIIIIIHIIIIIIllMllll»l IT'S TRUE HE WANTS TO BUY THE SHOW COIU COLLECTION. Dear Mrs. L.: You can be certain that the Even in warm weather my hands become black and blue .ubstances they contain and the dip them in water. In lave passed the rigid inspection had it for a long time, but now of the Food and Drug Adminis it really worries me. THEN OIMMC BACK ·: w QOLP ration. All the contents are clearl stated on the label. Unless one sensitive to one of them, Dear Mr. H.: The first thought that occurs to me is that you may have am sure there is no reason foi vascular disorders small arteries that go hands and feet. 6000 ID Stt Tut Sttt T!«r^Sfsv«a5f«Mi AHOWSSCHOLABSMIPTOA THE COUNTRY IS OVERRUN j f tAO WHAr THUNK UP rut WITH 'EM. . -rf I NOTION Of THINKIM'SMAIL plastic surgeon accur site of ou« BRAINS. Haynaud's disease is one of the conditions associated with vasospasm of the arteries. SKIN COLOR of a nose after the operation Our daughter would like to hav the surgery, but is fearful c Blanching and blueness of the Mrs. H.R.R. Tenn characteristic of this Within limits it is possible t Tobacco may not necessarily be the cause for this constric shape of the nose. however, impossible t certainly adds .he problem. a sektch is prepared THEN, SIT ALONG" UH-WiLLME PPCK UP MV SUITCflSE PER ME, HONEVPOT? AN HO RE T6TCH6D IN TH'HflID IFVETHINKI CflN'T GIT ALONG WIFOUT VOU!! must be eliminated completely. Numerous drugs and som surgical procedures are used for advanced cases of condi SPECIAL PROBLEMS Special problems during th surgery, unusual configuratio of the nasal bones, particularl similar to and related to wide bulbous cartilages at th tip of the nose, and the healin capacity of the individual affec read all the substan ces that are contained in low calorie drinks I wonder if an; of them are dangerous. Mrs. E. L. Penn Modern surgical technique have improved thousands noses, and made thousands people happier. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ARE 1 I HAVING RETIRED FROM A YOU S V SCOTLAND YARD AT SO, I \ CM A *- MY LIFE AHEAD IS ^/ PRECISEM THE NUME.EROP YEARS THE BLOOM'M» iT.'/- MAYYOU LIVE '17 Arrange for in advance 21 Malice 23 Wooden container 24 Blackbird 25 Decimal base 26 Cunning a Famous general TO Before 31 Insane 32 Sleeveless garment 33 Aries 3E Perceives 37 Spanish coin 4» Beverage «Not DOWN 1 Love feast 2 Concubine of Abraham 3 Greek market place 4 Disconcert 5 Verballv 5 Fiber plant Injection 8 East Indian herb » Tavern liOrom 11 Ocean .ACROSS I Exclamation 4 In behalf of 7 Secret agents 12 Joke 13 Constellation II Governing principle BPast 1C Philippine seaport 18 Common value BNovefist '20 Epochs 5 Constellation 8 Tigers, etal. HOLIDAY?) AU.ONELONG S. CAREFREE HOLIOfiy- ) AMOTHIR K flEMO S£AVCD.'.'"J 59 VEAPS.'/ « Fewest 47 Umpire's call 48 Persian prophet SZ Money of account 53 African antelope 54 Greek letter 55 Salt 56U.S. Admiral 57 Beam 58 Wapiti 1DIWC KWOUJ THAT f s our OP HIS MIND' VOU COOOU? VOU'P K6AP FUUOY PAP£RS Af?e e R 3 AK£ SOPPOSSP - SU? P06WOUS6/ g, diligently 2S Whole grain U Madame Curie J4 Showery 35 Dimirasbes 37 Caress » English title JJ Female sheep tide 4fOpen - receptaciB 4*Tbe letter Z · Madrid IT'S NICE TO HAVE you 60TTA GIVE SACK Trie TO Trte AA£K'6 ROOM A P£T, BUT DONT SI Inexperienced tt United M6« NOT HUMAM/ AnswEr to yesterday's J. IT'S ON ACCCXNTOF THE FUEL SHORTAGE MR.8UMSTEAD, I HAVE SOME BAO NEWS AS A REGULAR CUSTOMER, CANY YOU GIVE MS TO PLJTAKJYOtL ON YOUPJ HAIR LITTLE SOURT?/ N«Hhw«l Arton-H T1MB, , *·«****» FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which | your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the star . FOR FRIDAY, MAY Z4 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Influences mostly auspicious, but accuracy and forethought must spark all decisions, moves. Travel and outdoor nterests especially favored. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You may not be alert to certain trends, not aware of activi- tie "behind the scene" -- may just be believing what you wish to. Think again! GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Concentrate on substantial and pertinent matters. Avoid unwise involvements and complications, but do not sidestep problems which must be handled. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Advancement may be fractional, but remain constant, steady at the wheel.. Be sure your energies and talents are d i r e c t e d into constructive channels. ,LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Stellar influences suggest ed for added vigor in your rust forward, but be carefu t to alienate associates. Ten ncies toward overaggressive ss prevail. RGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) You may now have the oppor nity to advance through I different" idea. At least, dra\ plans -- ready to projec the right moment. IBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Willingness to listen eve ough you "know the answers ill pay off in unexpected bu elightful ways. You can attai ew friends, prestige. CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) There's a tendency now t ike off on tangents or useles. entures if you don't keep you iind on immediate objective: et moderation be your ke; ord. AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Deo. There will be more to this lay than is obvious at First, dig deep for hidden trea- ures. and nave faith that you will succeed. Don't overshoot, afe mirks, however. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) Some persons may act in a manner not fully anticipated. to not let this throw you off alance or offset your innate olerance and understanding. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19)' Some planetary restrictions. le cautious in making investments, and do control emotions. Mime situations will call for nusual tact. 'ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A suggestion to which y o u lave not given much previous bought could.quite unexpcc- edly, open new door to pro- ;ress. Pull it out of your files. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a high order of ntellect, an outgoing personality and outstanding versatil- ty. Your talents run the gamut "rom the stage to the pulpit and fit you for a multiplicity of professions in between, joverned by Mercury, the 'messenger of the gods," you could make notable success of journalism or any of the communications media: could also excel in aviation or a n y occupation which involves travel. Other fields suited to your talents: literature, playwright- ing, music, sculpture, research: as an educator or linguist. You are an idealist and a dreamer, but you are a "do-er" too. s i n c e the Geminian is never happy unless active. You are the personification of charm and graeiousness, but do try to curb a tendency toward hypersensitivity. Birthdate of: Victoria, Queen of England; Arthur Wing Pinero, dramatist. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Hasten? Individual Championship Play) BllllltlllttllllllHIIIIIUIimilllllllllU inMMfliiiiJiniitiiiiiifliiiin South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * Q 7 4 » K Q 10 5 » A Q 1 B * 9 6 3 WEST * K J 9 6 3 * 9 6 4 2 K Y 5 EAST * A 8 2 V 732 » 8 5 3 + Q 10 8 4 SOUTH * 1 0 5 V A J 9 8 4 » K J 7 * A J 2 The bidding: West 1* North 3 V East Pass Opening lead -- six of spades. Let's assume you're East and partner leads the six of spades, dummy following low. When ^ou win with the ace and South produces the five, there arises he question of what to do next. Before making a decision, you J first try to figure out the spades are divided. This is not exactly a Herculean task, since the Rule of Eleven tells you that South has another spade higher than the six and common sense tells you that it must be the jack, ten or nine. It cannot be the king, for your Dartner would surely have led .he jack from the J-10-9-6 3. not the six. It is clear that you must play club at trick two -- before declarer can establish tiie queen of spades as a trick -and the only real problem is which club to lead, if you return the queen, which makes the contract by playing low from his hand. Note that declarer is similarly successful if you return the quen, which South wins with the ace. Only the ten return stops declarer. He must then lose two spades and two clubs, whatever he does, and go down one. The ten play is easy enough to justify if you make the reasonable assumption that partner must have the king or ace of clubs for the contract to be defeated. You lead the ten to trap declarer's assumed jack, and at the same time neutralize dummy's nine, which is surrounded by your Q-8. If it turns out that declarer has the A-K-x of clubs your ploy will not succeed, but in that case nothing else would succeed either. "Don't ask ME what he TEBNAGK!" ... I For Home Delivery of the TIMES Seven Days a Week. Phone 442-6242

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