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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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T* WAR MEMORIAL ,FBWCE, HONORHS THE COMMUNITY'S H5WSS, ORIGIUAUY SCKVED AS THE MEDIEVAL CITY GATE OF' WftlVlS BAY SOUTHWEST AFRICA, NEVER APPROACH THE LOCAL LIGHTHOUSE -EVEN ON RAINLESS NISHTS-- MTHOVT AU OfCH UMBRellA. THE LIGHT ATTRACTS ROCKS OF BIRDS WHICH HITNEARW STRUCTURES--ANB PUJMMET UPON PASSER WHAT MAY I TELL THE WULFENIA CARIHTHIACA ORCHID. IS fOUND ONLY ON A MOUNTAIN! IN CARINTHifl, AUSTIN 8 Northww* At«MMM fWUS, T«M^ Jtm 4, IfM FAY1TT tVILU, , PEPPER SITS M THE HOTE1. LOgBY.,, fHEY? B SBHK AU SWfTMC SHEIK IS NSSUR BUSINESS, AR. ^--- - - - - - -A ' SAWYER?, ENTOURAGE HAVE SUITES ON THE NINTH H.OOR. SWSIMAt UAPftK? fl BLESSIN' IN DISGUISE SEP- HERE HE COMES NOW TH 1 PftRSON'S 60ttJ TO TH 1 COSTUME pomv WM= us, POW, SOI INVITED HIM PS? SUPPER ONLVOME.'J )/ YOU THE 7 ROBBED MMMEftY MEOFTHE FIEND'rA MgW OF MY IVJILLRETURWTHEMTO VOU,FIEMD.THE PENALTY ] A FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER / TRUE IN THIS STATE. IS 59 / BLUE YEARS. 1VJILL FILE X BRITISH NO COMPkAINTY/ fi SPORT; "BLUGSTONE BITTER LITTLE MAW WOULD WANT TO CUT M* THROAT? ??-TMIS LAW HAtkfTHo LABVff MAM! THOSE- HIMWIM6BIRPS AJUST HAV6 A FWTfY SfKOU6 GOT WAYS OF WITH ·MIIUIIIHIIIUM^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Laxative Habit Broken By Good Food Habit inilll!«tllllinUIIIIIIIMIIIBll!!U!IIIIHll!ll!IWIIIHinil!ID!M husband changes from' laxative to laxative, depending on which commercial he listens to. Can't these be harsh and troublesome if taken for a long period of time? Mrs. J.E.V., Tex. Dear Mrs. V.: The laxative habit is an easy one to fall into. It is astonishing how frequently that habit can I .am embarrassed because my eyelashes have fallen out completely. 1 am 16. What can Miss R. I., Ky, broken by well-balanced i by a diet that, includes cereal, fresh and cooked fruits, vegetables and especially plenty of water. Too many people concentrate an urgent need for "daily regularity." There is n o - f i x e d rule that .says that every person must have a bowel movement every day. Many people lha are in uerfect health may have a movement every two or even every three days. TR'ACT REGULATES people would understand fact they would be less prone to bounce from one laxa- another. They would wail, for the intestinal tract to do is own regulating. a doctor prescribes a laxative, he does so for a particular reason, and he chooses one that will accomplish this purpose. Some laxatives act bi increasing bulk in the intestina tract. Others act by stimulating inner lining. Therefore he choice of a laxative is never haphazard one, and should not be predicated on the highls Dear Miss I.: If there is no local infection around the eyelashes then the answer to your problem musl be sought in allergic studies. Cosmetics, eye makeup anc even nail polish could be the offenders. LOST EYELASHES It is also known that people under severe emotional stress may sometimes lose their eye lashes. The stress of examina tions, for example, may be th cause of your problem. exploited sales pitch of larity." regu do about it? FRANCES DRAKE Your Doily Horoscope Look in the section in which ?our birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according ,o the stars. FOR WED., JUNE 5, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Follow up a potentially good tip you once brushed aside -but not impulsively or unprepared. For best results, you MUST have a definite plan. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You may be attracted to an individual who seems aloof, indifferent. Making a gesture of friendship could change the situation considerably. G E M I N I (May 22 to June 21} Let others "he themselves. 1 ' The Gcminian is usually a most tolerant individual, never trying to dominate others, but .such inclinations prevail now. CANCER (June 22 lo July 23) A brand new financial star' indicated -- accompanied high hopes which CAN be reajized. You MUST take the initiative, however -- and confi dcntly. LEO (July 24 lo Aug. 23) You may be concerned aboul e "whys and wherefores" o rtain events. Insight IS avail lie. but you'll need the help a close associate to attain IRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Creative interests stimulated our ideas arc not only inspira onal but highly feasible. Als vored: romance and 'famil oncerns. IBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Some requests may annoj ut think them over carefulh ompliance COULD prove pro table in the long run -- an ring you satisfaction as welt ;ORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) By interpreting situations ai itrarily, you may miss it ended meanings. Do not hcs ate to call in clever associate better understanding. Da Are sulfa drugs antibiotics? Mrs. N.N., N.C Dear Mrs. N.: Sulfa drugs, unlike antibio technically from antibiotic although they are both used tc combat infections. The decision of the doctor tr use one or the other depend on the character of the bacteria involved. Sulfa drugs, unlike antibio tics, arc synthetic chemicals. Dr. Coleman welcomes letter, from readers, and, while hi cannot undertake to answe each one. he will use question in his column whenever possibl and when they are of genera interest. Address your letters t Dr. Coleman in care of North west Arkansas TIMES. iiiniiiiiiiiiimtrafliiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiraiiBiiiiiiraiiiiiiTM B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Tap Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) iiiramiiiifBmniiiiiiiiMimiiiiiiffliiuiiiiiwiiiiifflWTM \ Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 43 Sticky 1 Playing card 4 Herd of whales T Prejudice 11 To touch 13 Japanese 44 Russian city 46 Wand SO Scarlett's borne S Wire ZCavfl 3 Charles Lamb 4 Disease of 5 The man MIsraefi seaport 15 Silkworm IS Lair 55 Stage direction 56 Shield 57 Rubber tree s NOT WOULP you BITE MY TEACHER SAVE WE AM'H* IN EVERY SUBJECT I NEVER HEARD OF AN °H*--WHAT OCXS IT ' 1 MEAN »Incarnation 58 Very (Fr.) ofVishno 59 Drunken BRoom spree 20 Native of 60 Cereal former gr^fa Baltic 61 Make lace » Fleming or -DOWN Hunter M Tempest site? 28 Made with skffl 3£ Fragrance 33 French ·***· (French painter 7 Region of North Africa J PcnzvED city 9 Fortify M Hack or Yellow 12 Western -region rf OS. 19 Devon a The faffXQGflC fine; 21 ntt. 22 Actor Sparks 25 Sit for portrait 26 Hebrew measure Z7 Sailors 28 Soft KBtiTfr of day 2J City in New York 3D Aconite a Defective bomb 35 Inferior none organ · Certain Jack, in Cribbage 42 Animal of 3HSO EiilB SQQ QHES dHD SEQS 45 Flower 47 Legal 4SOBve » Press for payment 3f EoropoBfi river 17 Vestment MAstaire andBotger 41 Small cactus · FamooB ecds collaboration, teamwork. AG1TTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) Your competition will be keen ow, but the challenge should rove stimulating. A good fiance to display your ingen- ity and know-how. APRICORN (Dec. 22 lo Jan. Day calls for your steadiest eart and hand. Don't try toj wim against the lide and don't ry to force issues. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19)' A day which you can mold iretty much to your liking, 'ake a firm and knowing hand 'arly and plan your schedule m a r 11 y , Make no snap lecisions, however. 'ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Self-reliance should be your ieyword now. Don't let others lo your thinking for you. Nei- her let anyone sway you from a worthwhile course. YOU BORN TODAY are extremely imaginative and. in all your undertakings, combing ne artistic with the practical. I'our interests in life_ are almost imitless, but it is in your absorption with people that you ' n d your greatest stimulation. Try to cultivae his trait since you are also inclined to be too jitrospeclive at times and outside contacts "take you out of yourself." Your versatility ij outstanding and you could run business or work project shrewdly while simultaneously pursuing an avocation such as writing, drawing or music. Yon arc ready to travel on short notice and will labor tirelessly if the project in which you ore engaged interests you. if riot interested, you tend to scatep energies wih resultant ensions interested, you tend to scatter and anxieties. Thenre is no set broadens his horizons every day of his life. Birthdate of: Adam Smith, economist. outh dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * 8 7 4 V 1 0 8 3 4 K 10 6 2 * K 8 2 WEST *K V Q 4 · 8 7 5 4 3 *9 7 6 4 3 EAST * A Q J 9 3 · Q J 9 + Q J 1 0 SOUTH 410S2 * A * A 5 The bidding Sooth West IV Pass 4 V .North INT East 2* Opening spades. lead -- king of Bridge is a partnership game, and nowhere 'does this assert tself more forcefully than during defensive play. Let's assume you're East and partner leads the king of spades against four hearts. You overtake the king with the ace in order to protect against the possibility that the king is a singleton. No harm can come "rom winning with the ace regardless of whether South has i singleton, douhleton or triple- on spade. The overtake turns out to be i necessary move because, when you play the queen, West shows out, discarding the three of clubs. When you then cash .tie jack of spades. West discards the three of diamonds and the question is what to play next. If you arc accustomed to obeying partner's signals, you have no problem. West, by discarding .a low club and low diamond, has asked you not lo play those suits. It would be pointless to shift to a trump, so · by elimination, you lead another spade at trick four, even though this play offers declarer a ruff and discard. This turns out well when your partner acquires a ( r u m p trick he would not otherwise have made. The fourth sp.ade lead would have been equally effective had West held the J-x-.v- of trumps instead of the Q-x. Either way, your spade continuation is sure to do the job. " : ~ -""' from West's diamonds H is obvious negative signals ... and clubs that he lacks the ace of either suit. He would surely nave signaled with a high card to show an ace, if he had onc^ By inference, therefore, partner* demanding another and there to disobey him. is no good spade, reasorf PONYTAIL "So THIS is what you meant when taking me loan intimate Utte said you wer« rattaataatt!" BE A CUT-UP! 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