Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 30, 1974 · Page 12
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September 30, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Believe It GrJml ¥OU PONT LOVE ME BECAUSE 1 TALK TOO MUCH 60 FROM NOW ON I'M NOT 60IN6 TO SM AN'fiWNS IS OWNED EY A FAMILY IN BELGIUM, AND WO TOLL IS CHARGED ON THE POTATOES WHEN ' THEY ARE BORNE f the CHURCH ·ST/WmONYMIberob Italy, ERECTED WI9«, TO A HEIGHT OF 69 fEET, WAS BOILTIMACOOR DANCE WITH A. LOCAL TRADITION BY PILING STONE SOME ATOP MOTHER WITHOOr USE .OFMORTAK. ISCOILKTED ON THE POTATOES, BASED ON THE -pECOCKROACH IS THE OLDEST OF AO. 1WJECTS-- HAVING SURVIVED UtitHAHGCD FOR W£R 104000.000 'DONT BE SURPRISED ]SlF THERBS A KNOCK -{ATVOURDOORIN ^^-- IOUNMO,LAOy"I WAS JUST TOLD TC £- HERE HE5T WINS r l'VE ALWAYS WANTED) TOMORROWS MDUR SRTHDAY. WHAT WOULD vou UKE? j JST. NAME If.' . A DISHWASHER - -- Your Daily Horoscope 12 « NerthwMt Arkansas TIMES, Won., Sept. 30, 1974 FAY»TT»VH.L». ARKANSAS . '-j LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Numbness Caused By Poor Circulation have a numb sensation in . fingers of my right hap- 1 , notice that it happens In the morning and begins to disappear as soon as I begin to move about. Mr. H.G., 111! Dear Mr. G.: A temporary sensation of numbness is almost always due to some interference with the blood circulation. The fact that it lasts for a short while indi- Si. cates that this may be true in your case. The first thing that occurs to me is that pressure on the large blood vessels under your arm may be caused by the position numbness which must be care- utly studied In order to find the cause and establish the laturc ot treatment. in your sleep. Many people complain ol 'WHICH SH ALL WE DO, AW SOUS... KEEP OUR. PROMISE TO MAMA ANP NEVER GO ON THE ...OR, POR$20,000, IS ONE OF US TO CROSS ^KEEP , THE GORGE ON THE WIRE ANP BRING BACK J STILL, AW, ME/ IT'S^ THE FIRST PROMISE TO MAMA I EVER BROKE. Ul l'V6 60T A MIl-UON TH1NSS TO DO TOPAY,,.PLUS HAVINS TO WASH C101MS AMP CLEAN THE T6P66-.-COLJUD YOU HELP ME BY S6.TTIM6 SOME WAT6R ? DON'T YOU WAMT SOME COFFe g£FO)?£ VOU SORRY--I'M SOIM6 TO BE T1£P UP AIL- PAY ui CO BEETLE, 3- WANT TO HAVE A LITTLE FATHERiy TALK WITH YOU. 1 PON'T LIKE WAV yoUVe BEEtf IF YOU MUST TALK/WAIT, TUI/ Z'/M UJ 5 z 2 ;ics--·^y r !l LET'S SEE--WHAT'S A six-Lsrref? WORO , FOR HAPPINESS?, numbness when they sit in chair with their arm flung over the back of it. Here, too, the blood vessels may be narrowed by pressure and cause temporary numbness. An incidental thought .is that tobacco, especially cigarettes, is one of the most common reasons for interfering with normal blood circulatin. Tingling of the h a n d s a n d NO, NO.' NOT IF IT'S TO BE MY CHARLIE. HfcAR THAT VO' 0OV YOU, TOO? 1 MORE-: DON'T WANNA TflKE VORE PICK" SHORE, ELU1NEV LOWE6ZY--I WUZ WONDERIN 1 IF.-VE HAD ENWY.OL'RAGS I COULD USE C WHO WOULDMT ? fi£ HE SINK INTO OOVJUICB 1JM HEAVBNLY LOOK CM FACE.'! STILL eor. sows LIFE IN HIM.'.'-' Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUBS., OCT. 1 ABIES (Mar. 2l to Apr. 20) Stellar influences indicate some unexpected situations, .but don't let such delays keep you from a well-charted course. Time can be made up with a bit more efficiency. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Others may oppose your ideas, plans. But listen! In this way you will not only mmediale friction but actually see things better viewpoint. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) ivoid may from a Precision and perception needed now. Curb a tendency wander from a prescribed course. Aim to see both sides of controversial issues. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Perk up -- yourself, your nterests. A little daring, rightlj engineered, could flavor things smartly. Try an old tack that worked if you can't dream up something new. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Don't give way to lethargy or indifference when the moment calls for keen action and willingness to ride througl difficult areas with confidence Head up! VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Your innate dexterity in tight spots a big aid now. Some unexpected situations indicated You can meet and resolve them by planning carefully, thei taking direct action. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) A day for gathering in for mation, siftin gdetails of a pro ject you have in mind. We\ prepared, you should conclud it satisfactorily. · SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Auspicious influences indicat ew opportunities, reception of elayed recognition, the suc- essful conclusion of pending egotiations. All in all, a good ay! iAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. Be alert now. Scrutinize all ituations before acting. Rule out doubt, fear of failure. You lave the know-how! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. -.0) You must reckon with strong opposition now. But with tact, d judgment and your innate erceptiveness, you should be able to overcome it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) There is a prevalent tendency oward unconventionality. Don't oin those who are indiscreet. Send backwards, in fact, to give a goo dexample o (the wisdom of conservative action. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Extraordinarily fine influences! There will be many means at your disposal for achieving goals, reaping an abundant hardest of gratifying rewards. A time for action! YOU BORN TODAY are lighly progressive, volatile of personality, always ready for action, and will work hard for the attainment ( of your very lofty goals. You have a greater gift for leadership than most Librans and, if a man, may choose the military as a career. However, there are many other fields in which your talents could lead to top-flight success. In business, you would make an excellent salesman, promoter or managing executive; in the professions, medicine and the law would be excellent fields and artistically, you could shine as a writer, musician, designer or actor. Birthdate of: Vladimir Horowitz, renowned pianist; Julie Andrews, singer, actress. feet, cramps, coldness and numbness may result from spasms of blood vessels due to tobacco. There are, of course, many other causes for persistent I get a sensation of chilliness with the lightest breeze. Other people seem to be more com- "ortable than I am. Miss J.B., Ky. Dear Miss B.: Chilliness may be caused by the inability of some people to adjust quickly to changes of temperature. A sudden blast of cold air may cause a chilly feeling or "goose pimples" on the arms and body. This lasts for a few moments until tho body adjusts itself to the temperature variation. Fair, blonde people seem to be bothered more by heat variations. Changes in the activity in tha thyroid may be responsible for chilliness. There is a tiny center in the liypolhtilamus in the brain which regulates the temperature reaction of the body and keeps it in balance. This is an amazing servo-mechanism, or thermostat,. Sneaking of your health... "Bless you" for sneezing Is everybody's wish..unless you sneeze in their face! B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Misters' individual Championship Play) South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * A 6 5 4 » 8 5 » 4 * 10 S 6 5 4 3 WEST A -K Q 9 7 4 3 4 J 1 0 8 7 3 K 9 Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 And others (abbr.) 5 Skill 8 Lyrelike instrument -12 University at Houston 13 Spanish river 14 Part of Orthodox church 15 Detail 16 Bodily 18 Small crown 20 Bizarre 21 Cain's land 22 Press for payment 23 Breakfast item 26 Heart- shaped 30 Biblical name SlHeir 32 Gir! of song 33 Irish salt marsh 38 Sacred song 38 Native metal 39 Scotch river 40 Greek market place 43 Smokeless powder 47 Country bumpkin 49 Caesar's fateful date 50 Vocal quality 51 PhUippine peasant 52 Perplexed 53 The dill 54 County in Scotland 55 Otherwise DOWN 1 "The Red" 2 Yugoslav VIP 23 Spasmodic 3 The maples 4 Fruits 5 Formed an electric arc 6 Campus disorder 7 High hill 8 Teem 9 Spanish painter 10 Poet 11 Chest sound 17 Issue copiously 19 Negative particle 22 Russian river Avg. solution time: 27 mln. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. twitch 24 Spanish gold 25 Melody 26 Lettuce 27 Thin -- rail 28 Dancer's cymbals 29 Tree 31 Compass reading 34 An organ stop 34 Semite 36 Through 37 Seat in the chancel 39 Grief (poetic) 40 Recorded proceedings 41 Hired hoodlum 42 French river 43 American orator 44 Pagan deity 45 Hardy heroine 46 Italian noble house 48 One -time 5.3 2S 16 5\ 20 8 SS 27 29 EAST 4 1 0 8 7 2 V J 1 0 6 2 * -- · # A Q J 7 2 SOUTH A K Q J 9 3 ¥ A « A K Q 9 6 5 . 2 The bidding: iouth West North East # 2 ¥ Pass 4 V A Pass 5 A Pass A Opening lead - king ot hearts This deal occurred in a match etween Austria and Hungar; uring a tournament played in ienna way back in 1937. Certainly the North-South ands justified a grand slam spades, but at both table, he contract was only sb pades. Even the small slam woul ave failed but for an extraor inary safety play invoked b; e declarer at both tables. At each table the opening ead was a heart, and at each able declarer played the king f spades at trick two followed iy the deuce of diamonds at vick three! West won the diamond with he seven but was helpless. Vhatever he returned, declarer vould ruff a diamond in dummy with the ace, return a rump and finesse the nine, hen draw East's trumps and claim the rest. . Not many players would have ed a low diamond at trick hree. Probably most declarers, after taking the ace of heart* and king of spades, would have played the ace of diamonds, jlanning to ruff a diamond high dummy and thus make seven. But East would have ruffed the ace of diamonds and South would have found himself bucking his head against a stone wall, regardless of what he did later on. It is a great tribute to the bridge played in those days that both declarers allowed for a 5-0 diamond break and protected against it. They were each willing to sacrifice a 30-point trick in order to insure a slam worth 50 times as much as the trick they were willing to giva away. . Both declarers were obviously firm believers in safety first! PONYTAIL "Under 'Historic Events of the Twentieth Century,' I don't think I can accept our football team's defeating Stump City!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best result*, give full description aW start your dasilfied Ad for 7 days. You may cancel It when results ar« obtained. You'll only b« charged for the actual number ot day* the ad ran.

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