Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1974 · Page 16
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May 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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. VWTTTWE 140NCVMOOM TREE CONSIDERED SACKED BV THE BUSH TRIBES Of SUKlMAW IN GUIANA, IS OFf EKED SIFTS IN THE OP VOJ DIDN'T NO SWUNG \ HAVE TO WEf? BCATS1 FOLK? THE NTHEPUNCHJ PUNCH BOWl_'rT CT/ER MV MEAD; India Of THEIR. MARRIAGE CEREMONY CATCH A FISH, Kiss rr --AMD BACK WTO THE WOBZ NOT SONS / ) VES.TOC oaDPFine THELASTWE,\ ANICEOJB «X) SOCKED ME.'J DOWN TtW COLEMAN, M. D Silicone Injections Now Considered Dangerous r lOOK, KIP. X FED WZ T LIKE VOU." TEU VDU WHAT I 00 r *IAKNA 60 AMERICA AND VDl) 1 .WHiRB SUtW AHP RflRRMj 'COIM COLLECTION AMD GO AMERICA. WANT COtN CCH.LECTI iBiiiiiiiiiiaraiM^^ mi minimum he hazards of silicone in- ections by seeking out those 1 had silicone injected in my breasts and it wss very suc- who continue using it illegally. cessful. Now my doctor refuses For complete clarification, it must be stated that silieone vhen used in a protective en 'elope and implanted surgi to use it again in my daughter's breasts. He says that it is unsafe and even illegal. If it was good for me, why should others be deprived of its from the hazards unprotected solution. Dear Mrs. E.: When injections urine, is it a dangerous sign? were first used for the enlargement of the breasts it seemed to hold great promise. of normal urini day to daj is on the acii Unfortunately, this substance which was considered to harmless was later found cause serious people. LATER BANNED alkaline side. This depends on the character of the diet, th amount of fluid one drinks, am The unexpected complications the use of medication. OTHER FACTORS Whether it is acid or alkalin is not nearly as significant were so severe that the Federa D r u g Administration h a s banned its use. Your doctor wisely recognizes the dangers of injections of a cells, bacteria and other diem possibility of after-effects. Despite active educationa campaigns, some women con tinue to expose themselves t S p e a k i n g o f y o u health . . .Don't pick or irritati moles of the skin. V9 TOOKTH 1 WORDS RI6HT OUT OF MV MOUTH I KNOW WE RIM 1 ! ON SPEflKIN 1 TERMS, BUT WHflT DID4ETHIWK OFTH'WIDDER BflRLOW'S WEDDIW'-DRESS? Crossword By Eugene Sheffer 20 Egg drink 22 Yuccalike plant 23 Pitcher Z4 Fabric 25 Eskimo knife ?6 The beach 40 Paid notice 41 French 2 Algerian seaport 3 German novelist 4 Last Elves 6 Silkworm 7 American humorist 8 German painter 9 Hero, for one It Table spread 11 Pack 1C Proscribe ACROSS 1 Apple or pear 5 Globule 9 Mayday's cousin 12 Persia 13 Hindustani 14 High, in music 15 The horse nettle 17 New: comb, form 18 Yearly 13 Furnish with money n MD's aide 22 Goat antelope 24 Trick 27 Cut down a Pith 31 High note 32 Indian 33 Dernier -34 Point in basset 3t High .lull 37 Buckeye State 38 Dovetail cramp ver 43 Passe 47 Salutation 48 Egg timer 51 Norwegian statesman 52 Wife of Geraint 53 Olive genus 54 Append 55 Manipulates by fraud 56 A spree DOWN 1 Italian city grass 27 Voiceless 29 Glorious (India) 3D Spanish uncle 35 A weight 37 Ten shares of stock 39 German, ( EVEFWONE. EXCEPT THIS POOR \ BLIGHTER. ANOTHER AND HE'D HAVE BEEN DONE TORS THE LIGHTS ARE OM AGAIN river 40 Math. subject 41 Evils 42 Greedily eager 43 Excess of chances 44' American patriot 45 On the ocean tt Peter, for one 49 Cuckoo 5t Dress coin Avg. solution time: 27 mln. SOH oco ·» M60JS AMP SOME } SAD WttJS Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 1 MARCH TO TH6 MAT Of A DIFFERENT PRUMMEg THEP5 A PROM tK BRAHMS' OH, HELLO, ADH BUONDIE MEAN WE CAM'T SAY HELLO NoHhw*rt Arkomof TIMK, Won., M»y V, W4 RANGES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which .-our birthday comes and find vhat your outlook is, according o the stars. FOR TUBS., MAY 28, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Fairly favorable influences encourage your interests, but do not go overboard in making ) r o g r a m changes. Neither reach for the obviously unattainable. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You born a few days before and after the change of Signs: Be careful not to fall into hidden traps, increase expenses, To all: Watch budget, assets generally. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Stress moderation. As with Aries, do not strive for the un reasonable and do not per mi 1 your active mind to carry your physical self beyond sensible bounds. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Curb a tendency to be overly critical. Don't look for weak nesses in others and don't loo for flaws in every proposec ea. If one i.s obvious, poin out, of course. (July 24 to Aug. 23) k deeply for answers oblems in which you ma ve become involved. Don ut your eyes to them. . ight outlook is yours for th eing. IRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Be wary of overdoing or ove aying your hand. Evaluai ue needs, determine essentia and tackle in order of im ortance. 1BRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You could misinterpret ce in situations now. Careful nalyze planned activities an involvements of the ew days. You could be mislec ,' your emotions. TORPID (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Some detail you overlook may upset the smooth tenor our work. Pick up wherev i most practical and go treast-beating is a waste me. ,GITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. An on-and-off day, but you ould do well if you stress ur innate competence and rserverance. In some matters ou'II gain more by taking th» lorthodox approach. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. ) This day's accent is on career c h i e v e m e n t , improved lations with those in positions authority. A great day for a king room for yourself at the P. QUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Give full play to your intellec- ual curiosity now. Answers to ome intriguing questions are vailable if you are persistent seeking them. ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Don't let dreams take the lace of action, even though ley may be highly inspira- onfll. Favorable stellar in- uences stimulate your ingen. ity and adaptability. YOU BORN TODAY are a ighly gregarious individual nd a born traveler; could ucceed in almost any occupa- ion which involves journeys to ar places and dealing with the tublic. But your extraordinary acility with words will probably draw you to some form of literature, journalism or the communications media. All of which adds up to the fact that a travel writer or reporter, you would be "lops." You have gift for languages, too, and can master them easily. Study Lhem for, in whatever profession you choose, they would be a tremendous asset. You tend toward unconventionally and unorthodox methods bill are discerning enough to hida these traits when it's advisable. Despite your inherent dislike for monotony and "duty," you handle responsibilities well. Birthdate of: Thomas Moore, Irish poet; the Dionne quintuplets, of Canada. mniifliii«iiiiniiiffliiiniiiTMiiir*iiimiiraiiiiiimi!TMii«mTM B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Bolder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiipiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiMniiiiiiiiMiiiimn^ h dealer. East-West vulnerable. NORTH * A K 7 4 V K 10 9 4 · 9 5 4 + 43 WEST A V 865 * K Q J 6 3 J 8 52 EAST A Q J 9 6 5 3 2 V - « 107 2 + A 107 SOUTH *10 V A Q J 7 3 2 · A S + K Q D 6 The bidding: North Kast Pass 2* 3 * Pass 4 V Pass · Pass Complete news coverage, (local, area, national international), intensive sports and women's- interest reports, top features.. . .six afternoons a week and Sunday morning.. . .delivered to your door for less than 11* a day. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242 South 3V 4* 4 NT 6 V West Pass Pass Pass eight Opening lead )ades. This was the hext-to-last hand i the final round of the 197 pingold team of four cham ionship. The event was woi or the second year in sue ession by the young team o oel Stuart, Steve Altma 'eler Weichsel, Tom Smith am Gene Neiger, all playing th reeision System. When Stuart and Altman wer orth-South at the first table, he bidding went as shown. Altman oyercalled East's two pade hid with three hearts -n underbid, perhaps, but he 'as not playing with a shy partner. H then pressed on to a slam, espite North's pass originally.- nd made it by virtue of careful lay. West led a spade, won with he king, and Altman would lave made the slam easily had le found the trumps divided 2-1. 5ut East showed out on the en of hearts lead at trick two, and Altman had to revise his lan to draw trumps at once. He played a club from dummy at trick three, winning t with the king, and then drew wo more rounds of trumps ending in dummy. After discarding a diamond on the ace of spades, Altman again led a club. East rose with the ace and: Altman claimed the rest for a ;core of 980 points. The slam was not reached at ;he other table, where the bidding went: North East South West Pass 2* 4 V Pass Pass Pass The hand proved to be derisive in determining the championship when the Stuart-Altman team gained 500 points, or 11 international match points, on the deal .Their margin of victory over the entire 72board final was a mere 7 international match points. f6NYTA1l

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