Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 5, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 5, 1974
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CAM YOU HANG WTO THE PIANO ANP THE ROPE AT THE SAME TIME 1 --7 ' o DO VOtl HAVE THE PIANO? "WILL YOU SAVE ME" A COPY, PLEASE? DO YOU AN i ENGUSH- i LANGUAGE i NEWSPAPER THAT FOOPY'S JWTE A GAL, BUZ, \ WAVIHG A SUNPAY COMIC SECTION AT WVE... A CARTOONIST...TO LET I ME .KNOW SHE'S KEEPING UP / WITH THE .COMICS. ~ THAT GNE5 THIS SUUDAY BANGKOK POST. SORRY, 6IK, VJE GET ONW OME COPY.1T IS RESERVE!? WITH A 5 OOLOREP -, COMIC ,, ·*. SECTION; PROM WHAT { SATW6R, NICE 6UYS POM-TRACE. ·THEY SAV MICE GUYS FINISH LAST-- f? SHE TOOK UP BIRD- vVWCHIW SHE'S VMPiTCHIN PER A BODACIOUS STORK WHPlTS MORE COUSIN ELMV DOIW'WIF HERSELF THESE DflVS.ELVIWEV? / i A/V\ YOUR CAPTAIN. / 6FOF5S we TAKE { OFF, y~7 THE MAJORITY SAYS LOMPOM. TRY IT-- WONDERFUL..' POUND THIS , FUMNE.L; I've PECIOED STOP WASTW6 MV At MARVIN'S TOSS)MS DOWM ONE PRINK APTER ANOTHER ,,,BLir WHAT MAPE VOU PECIDE. TO CHANGE YOUR WAYS/ MOTHER HOOCH ? Northwest Arkamcu TIMES, Saturday, Oct. 5, T974 " fAYITTIVILLl. ARKANSAS WHAT ARE rris PECIPE YOU 6L1VS I TO SALUTE POIfJ2 y( ONIONS IN BUTTER TILU TENP£R TriAT'£ SAUTE, NOT SALUTE / TI-teRE^ NO "L" IN THAT WORD! WHY VWJJLP ANYBOPY WANT YOU TO SALUTE ONIONS?/ I PUWd,,, ARMY YOU CAN NEVER BE O 1 ca SIR, WOULD . YOU CONSIDER LETTING M= WAVE YOU MUST BE OUT OF } 1 YOUR MIND EVEM IF I HAD $2S,OOQ, I WOULDN'T LENP IT TO YOU i^ I HAD YOU FIGURED FOS ATISHTWAO/ ' LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Senility Delaying Drug Now Being Studied GOVERNOR RICHARD YATES CI86O-I936) CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF ILLINOIS; FROM 1901 TO 1905, WAS ITS FIRST NATIVE- BORN GOVERNOR THE 3 CHURCH SPIRES OP ZIELOHft OdRA, POLAND, ORIGINALLY SERVED AS DEFENSE TOHCRS ON THE TOWN WALL RIFLE . A24-BOKE i\| GUM MADS \Co\1ection, England iivi FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope A new drug aimed at delaying senility is being studied at the University of Rochester Dr. Richard H. Schlcssinger and his 'co-workers have created the drug vincamine. which is said to increase the memory and the intellectual capacity oF those suffering from vascular diseases at the brain. This condition of arteriosclcro- tic change in the blood vessels of the brain is responsible for the changes in behavior that occur in the elderly. The drug is a chemical!} created counterpart extractor from the periwinkle, plant. At the present time, the s t u d i e s are being evaluated because of the toxic side effects that are associated with its use. It is hoped that before long vincamine can be produced in ome form that will reduce. liese side effects. When IhL ccurs. it is expected that tin Federal Drug Administration vill permit its uso everywhere. More and more attention 1 icing paid to the.fact that som children and adults canno Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOB SUN., OCT. 6 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Aspects, not'wholly favorable, suggest that you strive to avoid misunderstandings, keep budget and habits in line,* and carefully protect your interests. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Your Venus, fairly auspicious, now stimulates creativity and intuition. You should have a fulsome day if you don't fret over imaginary obstacles. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Avoid tendencies toward emotionalism, impatience with obstacles. You have no opponents so strong that they can't be handled with persuasiveness and good will. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Some admonitions now: Curb emotions and do prevent needless errors through miscalculation or hasty actions. Do not be dismayed if you have to revise some of your plans. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Shun negative thinking or an indecisive manner. Positive and constructive action will be needed. Consider all potentials and choose those which best fi your needs. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Stay well within your own sphere now, so as not to mis lead or be misled. Be concilia lory in the event of differences but don't compromise when sound principles are at stake. LIBRA (Sept 24 to Oct. 23) Don't be distracted from obli g a l l o n s by the frivolou suggestions of others. Tak time to relax only when yo have earned it. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) A fine day for those who ac olerale lactose, a sugar found 11 milk. : Digestive disturbances, com- noniy o v e r l o o k e d , have een traced to this condition. · Now, Dr. W.J. Morrison, Rt he Johns Hopkins University is ising a special X : ray technique or the diagnosis of lactose ntolerance. By adding lactose o the barium that is swallowed prior to X-ray, he and his co- vorkcrs have been able to ideii- ify more easily this condition n people who cannot tolcrata nilk. This method is used in ad- ilition to tlie blood studies now in use. - There is now great interest in a hormone that can promote growth. At the Vanderbilt School of Medicine, the hormone, known as the Epidermal Growth Factor (EOF), has the unique capacity to stimulate growth in some types of tissues. At the present t i m e , tha hormone is being studied intensively in experimental animals. H holds promise for later translation to humans. · - B. JAY BECKER ourageously and who find the 'ay to hurdle seemingly ossible obstacles. Not too diffi ult a task for one born under our Sign! AGITTABIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) Meet as many people as you :an now -- studying them ob- ectively and listening to all oints of view. You will not only njoy the contacts, but widen our mental horizons considerably. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. .0) Do not be swayed by your 3motions. Objectivity will bring r ou a clearer view of all situa- ions. Get in some advance ilanning for next week's activi- ies. AQUAHIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19} Your capacity for recognizing le plights of others can be excellently deployed now. Do all n your power to assuage dis- ress. inspire others to constructive optimism. ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Look well into proposed suggestions, or you may find yourself involved where you past desire it. Some definite "no" answers will be required. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with great integrity, exceptional poise and a most wholesome outlook on life. You are also a thinker, a philosopher at heart, and your influence could be profound indeed in the fields of writing, lecturing and teaching. However, there are many other spheres in which you could shine, careerwise, nolably as a musician, singer or dancer; as a fashion designer or interior decorator; or, in the theater, as actor, playwright or producer. Birthdate of: Jenny Lind, Swed. singer; George Westinghouse. Amer. inventor. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South, dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH A10 9 8 V A K 6 * Q 7 5 2 *1083 WEST V J 10 5 2 · J 10 9 4 + 0 4 EAST » Q 7 3 *A K 8 6 3 * 7 6 5 2 SOUTH * A K Q J 7 6 ¥ 9 8 4 + A K Q J The bidding: East Pass Pass South West North 2 * Pass 3 * 4 * Pass 4 V 7* Opening lead -- jack of diamonds. A dummy reversal is not hard .0 execute; the real difficulty ies in spotting the opportunity to use it. Consider this deal where South is in seven spades and V/cst leads a diamond. How should declarer play the hand? One way is to ruK the dia- Crossword By Eugene Sheffer mond and draw two rounds of trumps, hoping to find them divided 2-2. If this proves to be the case, the rest is easy enough. Declarer cashes his four clubs, discarding a heart from dummy, and later ruffs a heart to bring himself to 13 tricks. The objection to this method of play is that it depends largely on finding the trumps divided 2-2, which is only a 40 per cent chance. But the dummy reversal line of play succeeds about 90 per cent of the time and consequently emerges as a much better plan to follow. H allows declarer to make the hand with either a 3-1 or 2-2 trump division. South ruffs the diamond lead high, plays a trump to the eight, ruffs another diamond high, and plays a t r u m p to the nine. He then ruffs a third diamond, plays a heart to the king, followed by a fourth diamond ruff and a heart to the ace. South is now out of trumps, having ruffed four diamonds and led trumps twice. He discards his remaining heart on the ten of spades, simultaneously drawing West's last h u m p , and wins the last four tricks with the A-K-Q-J of clubs, That's all there is to it! PONYTAIL ACROSS 1 Gambling game 5 Salt 8 Grate 12 Masculine name 13 Shoshonean Indian 14 Charles Lamb 15 Scene of Napoleon's defeat 17 U.S. President 18 Lixivium 19 High , mountain 20 Waistcoats 21 Secret agent 22 Compartment 23 Heavenly body 26 Hurried busily 30 First man 31 Large cistern 32 Jot 33 Deduced 35 Sum 36 Assessment 37 Obtain 38 Drawing room 41 Operated 42 Precious jewel 45 Comedian King 46 Devise or scheme 48 City in Alaska 49 Umpire's decision 50 Redact .51 Turns to " the right 52 Affirmative 55 Take out DOWN 1 Chickens 2 Absent 3 Network 4 Undivided 5 Besmirch 6 Above 7 Constellation 8 Memory 9 Exclamation Avg. solution time: 21 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 10 Sieve 11 Caresses 16 Completely absorbed 20 Force ·21 Diatonic and chromatic 22 However 23 Scoundrel 24 Lyric poem 25 Deface 26 Naughty 27 Nephew of Abraham 28 Greek letter 29 Pigeon pea 31 Annoy 34 Truck 35 Color 37 Desires 38 .Warbled 39 Medicinal plant 40 Rich fabric 41 Debauchee 42 French novelist 43 Wicked 44 Distribute 46 Demure 47 Communist IS 33 48 25 16 36- 26 -II 20 "Did .1 hear right? Did she say FIVE cheerleaders were going to be practicing here tonight?!" HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CLASSIFIED WORD AM -- to EMrt Sunday ara accepted cnUI I p.m. Friday. -- To start Monday ara accepted until ii:SO a.m. Saturday, -- to start Tuesday thro Saturday ara ftecepted unUt 4 p.m. on tin day before publication. 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