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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Saturday, June 8, 1974
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LUCILLE, MOO RAN OUT ON ME" I WAD ONE EAU PIERCED, I HAP M¥ S? PlE(?C LASr YEAR, SKIS IK£V$ WHO HAVe LCN5 HAIR NE« WITH PiERCEO EARS ? AMI60IN6TOPOWITH ONE PIERCED EAR?"' SPAIN.' ( iwece) WE CW4CE A Triev S ALLTfW MOW ABOUT} 4 STRUDEL. G6I5AAAW? JWCULDAWE 1*0 WWBUfiGSGS WITH 1H6 WO!3rS, TWO MALTS AND ASJOEOROEB OP FRIES.' VOU HEAR ME, SUIW? HQWSflBOUT fl INSTANT REPLftV? SfttfiVOflNE HWKWMS IflTECT IBMWVOREPlflCE WE ALLOSH6S -- EVEKMM" 1O A*ES ME WMAT^ \ * BECUZ ITS TM'PEACEFUL SILENCES BETWEEM FOLKS THASS. TH' SOUM D OF A HAPPY MARRJA3E-- KOTALLTH'cJABBER TALK MUCH, DOES WE. ?- UMTIt-TH' MKXT A HAPPV if fO SUPPER-AN'GEWRAUW MAPWAGE IS \ AH SAVS'PeyK CHOPS--- ANOTHER OWE OP TH£S6 FOR ME- AMP SLACK IT BE./ FOLKS ? ONLY PART Of THE I LIKE THESE 19NTA OWNS? C*l HB3E R3R LESS IP MONS SDR WLI-SrrON TH IS, I WILLSUEAK HIM ACHtOS PORTION ., KING JAMES i (U09-IZ7S) of " and (rtaj WAS NAMED JAMES BECflOSE HIS IVOTHER LIT A CANDLE Kte EACH OF THE J2? APOSTLES ~ "WE ONE- SH6 DEDICATED ID JiWES BWfHCD ICMSSST IN KftSTEl, SWITZEELANT) IS THE OtJLY STRUCTtRE REMAINING-IN THE CEMTURIES-CX.D VILLAGE DANK, i A CURVATA WOOWOUSE STARTS LIFE AS A A!AIE,BUT AFTER MATIMS BECOMES A FEMALE 13 T/MfS AsiAK AS Of, Jfff SP£C/£S FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope North*** Affamo* TtMB, Sol., JUM t, W4 FAvrrriviLLi, ARKANSAS LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Hearts For Transplant May Be 'In Bank' The banking organs of the 1 body for Ihe purpose of transplantation has occupied the con- cent rated attention of scienlisls all over he world. The .availability of hearts presents one of the greatest problems lo Ihe eventual sxtccess of this type of daring surgery. Now, it seems that heart hanks may soon be available. Dr. Gilbert N. Ling and his associates at the Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia have been able to keep' animal hearts fresh and ready for transplantation for up to two weeks. This research in cxperimenla! animals may yet be Ihe forerunner in advancing the programs devoted to human heart transplantation. It is a never-ending source of delight to all of us interested in science to learn the bizarre ways in which information is accumulated. The jellyfish glows. A substance, aequorin, is responsible for this shining effect. Dr. Kenneth b.utsu, of the University of Washington ir Seattle, became fascinated will .he fact that calcium makes the Look in Ihe section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according lo the stars. KOK SUNDAY, J U N E 9, 1974 ARItS (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Even though a Sunday, you may be able to complete a transaction which ennauces security. A friend versed in the law could be of great lielo. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) The accent now is on social activity. Welcome the opportunity to meet people, make new 1 friends, perhaps make contacts which could prove invalualbe, business-wise. BMINI (May 22 to June 21) Change, variety and travel are hignlighted in your chart. You may have to make some adjustments in your life, but .he challenge should prove in- leresling. CANCER (June 22 lo July 23) Join forces with an individual wlio has dynamic, original ideas. An Arien or Leoite could fill tiie bill. You often have great ideas but need a bit of a push to pill them over. LEO (July 24 In Aug. 23) An unusual request deserves your consideration. Fulfilling it may involve some inconvenience, but you will be ampjy repaid. Late hours bring some urprising news. VIRGO (Aug. 24 lo Sept 23) There may be some conflict Between desire and necessity. Be realistic, as the Virgoan usually is, and the answer wilt come. Romance and travel 'avored. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Day should proove stimulating in m a n y ways, many areas. One of your more casual interests will now lake on added imporlance. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 lo Nnv 22) Do nol he deceived by high-- sounding promises. Study persons and situations with your usual keen perception, then act your best judgment indicates. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 lo Dec. 21) Keep emotions under control and do nol make draslic or needless changes on the spur of the moment. Be especially careful in romantic involvements. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 lo Jan. 20) A day for listening! Something hinted at will he of more importance than what is act ually said; may put your thoughts on an entirely new track. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. 19) A bit of daring could pay off now. Don't hesitate to try" uni quo ideas, methods. Y o u ' r e thinking along the right lines. PISCES (Feb. 21) to Mar. 20) Objectivity and a stong sense of realism' needed. Don'l look f o r mud) cooperation f r o m others and don't count on luck to help you hurdle possible bar I'iers to your goals. YOU BORN TODAY are a person of great, individuality- are endowed with a lively im agination, versatility and in genuily. Your ruling planet Mercury, gives you alertness -both menial and physical: also, a great io«c of travel. A n occupation involving travel is. therefore, a "natural" for you. Other fields in which you could shine: journalism, painting, the theater, music. On the personal side, you are outgoing, warmhearted and generous almost to a fault. Traits to conquer: hy- persensilivity and extravagance. Rirlhdnle of: John How ard Payne, composer of "Home Sweet Home": Robert S. Me- Namara. former Sec'y. of De fensc, U.S.A. Crossword Ey Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Counterfeit S Spanish title S Smash 12 Enclosure 13 Actress Gator 14 Actress Fitzgerald 15 Masculine name 16 Feminine name 17 Minute particle 18 Dwell 20 Leather bands n Vegetable 24 Pronoun 25 Gambling game 28 Social disturbance 33 Fourth caliph M Australian bird 35 Repent SB Memento S3 Small wagon 40 Note in scale 41 Portico 43 Full of cracks 47 Yearn 51 Rich fabric 52 Hebrew priest M Early garden 55 Eager 56 Be sick SI Peruse 58 Distribute 59 Thing (law) SO Weakens DOWN 1 Ugly mark 2 Hearty 3 Matures 4 North American country 5 Postponed 6 Eggs 7 Negatives 8 Tree yielding fruit Avg. solution time: 23 min. Answer to yesterday"* jmzzle. JChoir section 10 Mush 11 Amateur radio operators 19 Perform 21 An article 23 Titles 25 Distant 26 Pub specialty 27 Border 29 Reduces 30 -- Gershwin 31 Pronoun 32 Asian holiday 37 Hinder 38 Pinch 33 Frolics 42 Bone 43Mollosfc 44 Possess 45 Neglect 4* Time period 48 Concept a Harvest 50 Concludes 53 Fib lequorin glow. From this he deduced Ihal this information night be of value in determining ionic calcium levels in Ihe blood. These levels are a m»r« u'ghly specialized way of recog- li/ing certain bone diseases. Experimental studies such as these have been responsible for some of the greatest conlribu- ions to science. SMOKK INHALATrON The inhalation of smoke i» one of the greatest threats to lire victims and to the firemen who come lo their rescue. At Ihe Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, fatalities from smoke inhalation have been reduced by Ihe use of a s p e c i a l instrument which quickly recognizes the deadly swelling of the voice box. Dr. Adam Wanner and Dr. A n o n g Cutchavarce hav« devised a method by which Ihey can inispecl, Ihrough a fiberop- tic tube, the tissues of the nose, throat, voice box, and lungs. It is believed that their technique can quickly uncover dan* gcrous swellings lhat mighl not be recognized. UIII!!l!W!!llll9ll[[lllll!l[nil!JIIIIII!i!!|lll!!Jlj||!!|!|||!|||l||||li!!|||!!!]|||!M B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) nniiiiiininiiiiiinininiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniuiiuiiuHiiiiiiiw We si dealer. East-West vulnerable. NORTH *J 10 8 7 3 V K 7 S * J6 + J 1 0 2 WEST EAST A 9 4 6 3 ¥ l ° 2 » A J 9 8 6 4 A K Q 9 5 4 2 * 10 8 7 + Q 5 3 * K 8 4 SOUTH * A K Q 5 4 » Q 4 3 « 3 * A 9 7 6 The bidding: West North East Sooth 3* Pass Pass Dble Pass 3* Pass Pass Opening lead - ten of diamonds. T h i s deal occurred in I h e match between Italy and China in the 1M9 world championship. At the first table, where Pabis Ticci and D'Alclio were North- South for Italy, the bidding went as shown and East led a diamond. West won with the queen and shiflcd to the ten of hearts. North playing the five, East the eight and dummy t h e queen. Declarer drew two rounds of trumps and played the jack of clubs, losing the finesse to tht queen. Back came the two of hearts, East cashing two heart, tricks and returning a diamond. Declarer ruffed in dummy, returned lo his hand with a Irump. look another club 'inesse, which succeeded, and as a result made three spades. He lost two hearts, a diamond and a club. At the second table, where Tai and P. Huang were North- South for China, they bid and made four spades! Further more, there was nothing East- West could do to stop Huang from making the conlracl. The bidding went: West North East Sooth 1 » Pass I V 2* 3 » 4* Wesl led the king of diamonds and shifted to the ten of hearts at trick two. but the same as at Lhe first [able. Bu here Huan put. up the king from lh« North hand and. with this on« stroke, nailed down the eon- tract. East took the ace but WAJ helpless - whatever he returned. Huang eventually took two club finesses and scored ten tricks consisting of a diamond ruff in his hand, five natural trump tricks, a heart and three clubs. The king of hearts play al trick two completely stymied the defense. PONYTAIL *-* HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask for CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CLAMORED WOW AM -- to SHrt 3uail»y «r» aecvptaf B»W 4 p.m. F'ridjj-. -- To sUrt Monday trt »cc*pt«l ontl 11:30, Sttanlix. -- to jUrt Tufrsdar tftra S*tnrd*r art cepted untd 4 p.m. on ttw Ny Mbr* publication. · - ~^' DISPljAY (SPACE) AM - to lUrt SmtK- «r« -- la aT«rt Monday «r« 4 p.m. Trtiay. -- to sUrt Tuesday ttTM aittirtar a:w ·cmXM mill 4 p.m. two d»y» befara ntlMlMIWWL Oauifted Office Hours Are: Monday through Friday, 8:00 4:00 p.m. Saturday: 8;OO a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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