Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 25, 1974 · Page 10
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May 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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of grafted tissue progress of tissue. Dr. . Summerlin, working at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Center in New York City, has that corneas of :Betfero h arm! I hope I will see you. again some day. Maybe you could come to my house for milk and cookies. Thank you for rescuing me when I was lost in the wilderness. "U king tf* coo); les Bear little Girl Scout (TO5-18M) WflS APPOINTED A PROfES- SCftfilA VETERINflW ·SCHOOL' NfttRJRl fRAHCE, AT THE \ I / j I HOW COULD WE KNOW THEY WOOtO OSS A THE NaCTSJy IN THEIR UNE-UP IS A SUCKE!? FOR A FAST BALL, H1SM AND INSIDE,, GOT IT.' · N«thww* Arixiiwr. T1MB, Sot., May 15, IW4 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Special Treatment Can Reduce Tissue Rejection the eye used in transplants can now be treated in a special way to reduce the chance of rejec- . The technique he is using is similar to the one he successfully employed to preserve human skin needed for skin grafts. Dr. Summerlin's approach to the problem of rejection is new and novel and holds great THE CHURCH of VEEEE Ne^er lads/NOrY A RUIN, HAS SEWH) SINCE THt 14* OWUgT ASA fJOSfWd. A UOKKHOOSS M0 A BARRACKS promise tion. FARRAH, a*Y FRIEND.' I HAVE A FABULOUSLY RICH OH, WHAT 6OOO N EWS ? OIL 8«EIK IN THE RMM OF /W ' SHEIK.. THE DOC ! HE TOOK *Y COIN NECKLACE. V«L. onciiv ir» int. mwn Uf frvt I t HANP. X HAVE HWft EA6ER TO I T HAVE POR YOU / 5. AUAJt BE. , PRMSER,' TH 1 UfiRMlWT POSTED BfttL X HAD HOW COME SNOFFVS OUT, \TOLET SHERIFF ? HE'S S'POSED H| M TO BE LOCKED UP FER ' Go STEfUIN' MV CH!CK£WS SAID TW6 i-AST MAU TO TOR WTV UJILL HAU£ TO L6AP TCW'S "rtoUP bTfSR 66T POOXJ MUSTS?, TAN6L6FOOT -rue TH6 FASTSf AWIMAL./ MOW LOW SOME PSOP1.E CAN A HIIII!«lllllll!!!l«llllllM!IIIIIH FRANCES DRAKE rOLIKETOBUY SOMEPERRJME PORMVWIFE SJMB^THISISOUR LATEST IMPORT IT'S 'MAD MOMENT AT $40 AN OUNCE HAVE YOU SOTSOMETHING FOR $2 THAT'LL LAST ALL CAY Your Daily Horoscope for future investiga- SKIN CANCER A new drug, bleomycin, has shown in clinical trials to be highly effective against some cancers of the skin. The Food and Drug Administration has given approval to this anti-cancer drug which was developed in Japan. The early studies have been good that bleomycin is soon be tried in the treatment of ler conditions, like Hodgkin's sease. Groups of doctors in many capitals all over the country are trying the drug, witti inter-; est and caution. ' Only those who an highly, trained in its use are under; taking the treatment of patient* at this time. Dr. James K. Luce, of thai Anderson Hospital in Houston; Texas, is one of the many phyi sicians who are evaluating th« potential of bleomycin. Dr; Charles A. Coltman, of th« United Stales Air Force Medical Center, is another of those who are employing this drug for investigation. ; GOUT RESEARCH ; A new approach to the under; standing of gout has recently been released. Dr. J.E. Seegmiller, and his co-workers at the University of Californii School of Medicine in La Jolla,' believe that an inherited enf zyme may be responsible for. a gout It is uiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiH^^ Look in the section in which your birthday comes and f i n d what your outlook is, according lo tile stars. FOR SUN., MAY 26 ABIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You are not usually a "quitter" nor do you leave others in a lurch, but a present tendency toward lethargy may incline you to fail these innate good traits. Don't TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Keep everything shipshape lest things get out of hand through inatlenion. Make your bid for gains through cogent use of your talents, integrity. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Some complex situations indicated, but don't be anxious. Your innate competence and proficiency in handling the unforeseen s h o u l d see you through. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Don't confuse real problems with imaginary ones: Look over your schedule and w e e cl out noncsscntials. Personality conflicts should not deter good efforts. LEO (July 4 to Aug 23) You could misinterpret cert a i n situations. Carefully analyze the tasks and involve mcnts of the next few days Do not be misled by your cmo tions. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Look out for persons who downgrade your ambitions. Do not let them influence you Keep plugging toward the achievement of goals you know arc worthwhile. LfBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You have better planetary influences than most, hut you could still miss out on opportun ity if careless or indifferent Don't let this happen! SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) A chance now to see thing quiet perspective. Stand back ,, review activities -- but only hose concerned with the pre- ent. Forget the past. "SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 11) If it will help to clear up a situation in sensible fashion don't turn down any feasible suggestion. But discriminate between the astute and the rash. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 lo Jan 10) Romance is in your picture low. You'll get unmistakeable lints t h a t someone you admire considers you most attractive ^otlow up! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19; Fear of change may bese you at times, but success ofter :alls for finding one's wa .hrough mazes, odd nooks, will ncomprehensible persons. You may have to do this now. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) What pleases one may no jlease another. You may havi .0 juggle a bit to avoid undesir able contention and hassling But. in your quiet way, you can manage il. YOU BORN TODAY :lever, witty and engaging in mariner. You attract friend easily -- and keep them. Yo have been endowed with man; talents but, of all these, you gift of words is paramount -which makes you a ."natural for writing in any form whic pleases you. You would mak an outstanding reporter, editor lecturer or TV commentator. I fact, all branches of the com munications media make fin outlets fnr your talents ant through them, you can capita i/.e. on your lively imagination your originality and progre.* siveness. Science and the la also appeal to you, as doe music, the theater and sculp ture. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Crustacean 5 African antelope '8 Ledge 12 New 2fea- land timber tree 13 Worn groove 14 Charles Laxnb 15 Excited K Goddess of infatuation 17 Moistens '18 Vilify M Platforms 2Z Cover 23 Constellation 24 Jokers 27 Components 32--Khan S3 Biblical wilderness 34 Hint 35 Chose 38 IncHnafioo 39 Pub specialty 46 Australian bird 42 Fairies 45 Novelist, for one 49 Feminine .name 50 Mongrel 52 Country path 5SS-shaped molding 54 Peer Gynt's mother "57 Household need 58 Relax DOWN 1 Grumbler (cofloq.) 2 Fashion 3 Minute particle 4 Roils , 5 Host f soblim 6 Tumbler of godock "Sboshonean 9 Dignified richness H Ceremony 11 Religious service 19 Three-toed sloth 21 Scotch cap 24 Existed 25 Mature 2S Island 56* Promuutuy Avg. sna safia seen 28 Norwegian statesman » Caused to beloved · Large cast II Harden It Omits r Letter 41 Greek letter. laborer 43 English outy tendency. . hoped that this research may open up new horiaons in understanding why some people are more prone at an early ag$ to develop gouty symptoms. ; S p e a k i n g o f y o u f health. ..Temporary hoarseness can best be treated by absolute vocal rest (with no whispering) and the inhalation of steam. . J A Y BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) ·HUM [«miii.miiii»iiniiiiiiamiiiiii)ii»BiiiiiiMiiiiiimiiifi miuuiiiiiimin imiiiwiiin orth dealer. oth sides vulnerable. NOBXH * _ » J 7 5 2 * A M 7 2 + A Q 7 B 4 WEST * A Q 4 Q 9 3 » K J 9 8 6 + 9 5 EAST *109« » K 10 8 6 4 · 5 West eventually scored his high rump and South went down wo. His losers were the king diamonds and four trump ricks. At the second table, the lidding and the outcome were luite different. The bidding vent: North East Sooth West 1+ Pass I* J* : 4* SOUTH * K J V 6 5 3 2 V A · Q 4 1 + K 2 The bidding: North East South West Paes Pass 1* Pass 2+ Pass 44 The bidding: Opening lead - nine of clubs. Here is a strange hand from a team of four match. At the first table, South got o four spades on the bidding hown. West led a club, won with the king, and declarer played a low trump to East's eight. East returned a diamond he jack forcing the ace, am declarer led a heart to the ace before playing another low ;rump. West won with the queen cashed the king of diamonds and gave East a diamond ruff West led the three of hearts and declarer decided that, since West could not have the K-Q of hearts and lead a low heart, le probably had the A-Q of spades for his overcall. ' Accordingly, after winning East's ten of hearts with the ace, he returned the king of spades in order to stop East from taking the lead for a diamond return. West won with tha ace ami played another heart. Declarer ruffed a n d , pursuing his plan, returned the jack of spades. West took the queen and led a third heart. South ruffed and, playing his most inspired game, cashed the K-A of clubs, ruffed a club with the five, and returned the six of spades to West's four and East's ten. Dummy's Q-7 of clubs now provided a parking place for declarer's diamonds, and South thus made four spades as a result of his brilliant play. His only losers were three trump tricks. PONYTAIL 44 Sign of aEHHra ens nss; ass BunaiH anEHHGS £EE OEBS D^EDnnSI PK1H3 SSQH 3HQ Answer to yesterday's node. SI Employ 4« Possess C angle waHy, when 1 go for a ride I want FOWB " HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. BMden rwooi*! more quiddr lad tMut«bl (ton complete, or definite hUornxbon. HAKI IT EAST for the reader-pimped to . invert your telephone number or your name and ftddreae. If yom 4o aot have regular houra. give a iHefiiieU ttme to here atoevecti ean jotl, P1ACE TOCBSEIJ- ta the reader-t poaltlan and aak romelf vrtMt yon would like to know (atxrat your offer). Th« mwar yo« ··ire will make a food daetified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL lo bring aatiafacUon do ao, not through any lack of readerrhip, bat becauae they do not contain enougb wJformition to get prorap: action. 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