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October 8, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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BelieveK orNot! tr MUST HAVE BEEN! HAP TO PUT UP WITH , ANWTH1NG LIKE THIS.' PIANO W.WWA5HEO INTO THE RIVER, CHARLIE aWN gerose IT cowes OUT of THE *TORM PRAIM,.. COLON , .. - IN Cbu, . . 'IS TrIE OLDEST STREEt THE PHILIPPINES KAPOK TREES WHICH PROVIDE STUFF- FOR. TlUOWS, US£All THflRtfAVCS BY THE T/Mf THEIR FKUIT MATURES JOSEPH QUARIM ^ (. I733-I8H) of- Vienna, Austria, RECEIVED HIS DEGREE AS A DOCTOR OF MEDICINE AT THE AfiE O5 1 18 ' FEEU'NG A LITTLE THINGS INSTEAD--| FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope XJB BftVENT ARE WiX IF ANYONE HAS TO FALL, MR. 10 · N«r1hw«t Arkantot TIMES, TUM., Oct. «, 1974 F*V1TT1VILL1. A»K«H»A« _ liiaillM^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Silicone Can Be Safely Implanted ·iiiiiHiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaHiiHeiintiiiMn iiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiHiiiiiBi niiiiiiiiiiuiii Even after all th« warnings I've read about, my sister is 5oing to have silicone injected ;o make her breasts larger. Why would a plastic surgeon use this method if it Is dangerous? Mrs. E.U., Tex Dear Mrs. U.! I think 1 can understand your contusion. Silicone injected into tlie breasts to enlarge them was used many years ago. When H was found that silicone had major disadvantages that were troublesome, the procedure was discontinued. However, plastic surgeons are using silicone today in an entirely different form. The sili oone gel is completely cavern with a protective bag so tha none of the substance can cause tissue reaction. You can be sure that tin plastic surgeon who is going ti operate on your sister is Iho roughly aware of the previou problems associated with "fre silicone" injections and cei tainly would not be using it ; here wore the slightest hazarc . VOU TALK \TO RESCUE KEIWS filRU ', SOME SENSE · INTO PAPA, MR.SWIYER? CAH'T VHE INSISTS HE'S THE ONE \ *? ,, HOT. I BEEN ON THE 1 SURE HVGHVrtRE- ! YOU'RE I THE 80VSWIU TAKE CARE ,, VOU'RE SIMCE THE SHORT ,OF I ACCIDENT. » M ^. -- - ftSGOOO AS I EVER I W6UU IN SCHOOL-- S HB'S AlOVtN'SOUU I AN' WXBT TO OOT~- \, U11 PUNNO WHAT H6 I ooes WITH AU. »$ $n TO TROTTERS W A« AU. 0U0CHE6. giiT, ANOTHER DflDBURM LEAK Rt'I ifeeb UP ALL MV POTS flW PANS -AMD FRAKKLV 1 DOUBT IF/GO BUMS (fiFFOKO \T- Ji IK) AN HODP- - PUT THAT'S A Beeur. THABS SO/SO AHEAD ANP SCREAM. YOU K65P THAt PROS AWAY FROM MEf POKV, OR J'tU SCREAM! I have a snapping sensatio n the back of the neck jus where'the spine joins the skul My husband hears it. There i no pain. Could .this be th Look in the section in which could pay off handsomely. your birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according to the stars. FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You may encounter one who makes .-.some pretty rosy promises about finances--if you'll just'follow his (her) lead. Turn a deaf ear! TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) You may be to close to a problem. An intimate friend could have a different -better--solution. Listen carefully. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Mixed influences. Co-worker, will prove cooperative,' bul superiors may be difficult. Bear in mind and act accordingly. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Your: intuition still in fine working order. A good day for capitalizing on unusual ideas, experimenting generally. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Some unexpected changes in dicated. Do not be dismayed They should prove beneficial in le long run, so stress your daptability, willingness to co perate. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Double-check plans. Work ou business deals, all agreement vith 'deliberation, ascertaining acts beforehand. Attainmen now will spark more gains i: he future. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct, 23) Keep things moving, and wit' veil-planned design. A "wai and .see" attitude could onl stifle enthusiasm on this some what problematic day. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Let your instincts guide yo now since your chances of af :aining goals are excelleh Imagination and a little darin eginning of some form of rlhritisV Mrs. B.B.K. N.M.- lear Mrs. K.: Most people past the age of 5 will develop some changes i the neck bones of the spine. The snap that you feel and ear is probably caused by the lovemcnt in one part of tlia pine against another. Changes in the cervical, or leek portion, of the s p i n a l olurnn may be caused hy early ostcoarthritis. Its presence can he determined hy X-ray a n d reatment can be directed to t if it is present. Very olten, a simple collar device may be helpful after ·o'ur doctor determines lha need. Is electrolysis dangerous for removing hair on the face? Miss D.E., Va, Dear Miss E. When it is performed by trained people it is not dangerous. A thin needle is inserted into the hair follicle, or base. An electric current is painlessly passed through tha needle to destroy the hair follicle. The current is mild and can be fell, but it is tolerable. When well done, in most instances the hair does not grow back. AG1TTAR1US (Nov. 33 to Deo. 1) Patience will be needed in a ew tricky spots but day, on IB whole, has a big potential, ivoid haste, undue anxiety. You ·AN deliver the goods. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) Searching for offbeat avenues oward achievement could lead ou astray now. Do the best ou can in your own field and ;ains will be yours iQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Tackle that difficult job -ou've been postponing, and ·our anxieties will vanish. Fac- ng a problem headon is half ts solution. T3CES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Superiors should he receptive o your ideas now. Advance 'our best ones--but tactfully; of :ourse. Romance and travel also favored. YOU BORN TODAY are a naive of Libra, one of the most artistic and esthetic Signs. You could excel in music, writing, ainting o r ' me theater and here is something of the philosopher-poet in yur nature. AH this, of course, if living up to your potentials and developing your finest assets. Undeveloped and willing to settle for lower plateaus of excellence, however, you can become selfish and dictatorial, brusque and disagreeable in your relationships with mankind. The choice is up to you. Make it a point to cultivate your beautifully imaginative will welcome you w i t h open arms. Birthdate of: Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish author; Gen'l Leonard Wood former Gov.-Gen'l. of the Philippines. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Marten' Individual Championship Play) iiiDiiiiiiniHM South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH *A 10 6 3 ¥ 9 7 6 5 2 · J + 854 WEST A K Q J 9 5 2 · Q10871 + K 9 EAST · 84 V Q 8 3 · 632 +Q10732 SOUTH V A K J 1 0 4 * A K 9 5 *A J6 The bidding: South West 1* North 2V East Pass 6V Opening lead - king of spades. A fine declarer plans his .,,,,,, . ____ ...... ..,, ..... = ....... - course of play at the start of and creative side, and the world: a hand, but at the same time ands ready to revise that plan there are .unexpected deve- Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer I FOUND A PlACB- WHERE I CAM SUV NAME-BRAND COOKIE * SECONDS* FOR HAiF f I'M WRITIN6 V. A MOTE / TO THE (MAILMAN ^S ACROSS 1 Nursery item 4 Moslem · · , priest -. : 5 Resorts 12 Girl's name 13 Not any 14 Church vestment 15 Isolation 17 Arabian gulf 18 Playground items 19 Color 21 Wrath 22 Plan 26 Legislator 29 Curve of ship's planking 30 Head of the fairway 31 O'Flaherty 32 Gear tooth 33 Be concerned 34 Inquire 35 Carney 36 Firm 37 Scarab 39 Cheat 40 South American river 41 Sour ale 45 Exchange 48 June 22, for one ^ 50 Leveret | 51 Scottish f Gaelic 52 Lakshmi 5S Affirmatives 2 Pagan deity 3 Island east of Java 4 Resident. physician 5 Rodent 20 Some 23 And others (abbr.) 24 St. Philip -25 Legal instrument 25 Thick slice 6 Ampersand 27 French 7 A duel 8 Meager 9 School oE whales 54 Yellow and ID Mimic Black 55 Spread grass DOWN IFish U Oriental coin 16 Language o£a district Avg. solution time: 24 mtri. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. river 28 Arthur or Veronica 29 Drunkard 32 Wrinkles 33 Heavenly body 35 Jungfrau 36 Mud volcanoes 38 Records 39 Strong, light wood 42 Pith 43 Israeli seaport 44 Irish novelist 45 The urial 46 Houte 47 Land measure 49 Native metal 21 AS, SI 22. 17 42 pments. Take this deal where West ads a spade. When dummy monds, discarding a club from dummy, and either then or later concede a club trick. This three trumps in dummy are available to ruff his club and diamond losers. But when he wins the spade and plays a heart to the ace, he learns that East has all the missing trumps. This means he cannot afford to draw the outstanding trumps (even with the aid of a finesse) as he would hen have only two trumps left n dummy to ruff his three nor suit losers. South must therefore revise his original plan of play. He should cash the A-K of diamonds, discarding a club, and ruff a diamond. He should then piay a club to the aca and lead the nine of diamonds. When West covers with the ten, South does not ruff it but discards a club from dummy instead. He allows for the possibility of East's having started with three diamonds rather than four. As it happens, this one cautious play averis defeat. South eventually ruffs two clubs in dummy and takes the marked trump finesse to round out his twelve tricks. In effect, South winds up ruffing two clubs and a diamond in dummy instead of two ppears, South should assume 3 will make the slam. He ,ans to win the spade, draw [ diamonds and a club, as origin- w o rounds of trumps ally planned. Declarer simply assuming a normal 2-1 tailors- his play to match tha ivision), cash the A-K of dia- unexpected 3-0 trump break. PONYTAIL "If you'd like anything else to eat, kid, just help yourself... it's all going on your B1LLI" Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 11$ a day. That's a bargain! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242 ON TOP OF THE NEWS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!

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