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October 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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Tuesday, October 22, 1974
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/ HOW ABOUT A ^ (DISTRESSED FINISH ? J x -- IF THESES ONE THINS IT DOESN'T NEED, ITS A LOT OF CLAW MARKS' LOOK, DO6, THIS 15 BRANP NEU1 PIANO WHAT HAPPENED SUV CANDY FOR THE MCME TONIGHT. (SWTBEWRSTPE ^ PARM rare ms oto come. PAGE CTWT sftv tr WOULD BE so HEfwv, MR. SAWYER. StACK, HHiTTH J - - - - - FAR WALL -~ i ·MAT YOU HAWg ?Al-U£N fOX'MISS AMERICA P066 NOT HK6AN I HAV6 LOST MV R6SP6CT «« YOU ~ THg PARTV IS SflU. STRON6" AN'IHOP«ffi3Og5 ON AU-NlSHf ^ , ~ ? you PROTECT jw uvfc WITH AN ARM£0 KORrA J I SHORE WISH HE WOULD (V\V MAW WARNED ME THAT IF X MARRIED SNUFFY SMIF HE'D TREAT M6 LIKE A IT TAXES ") /-..,,.. _., _.,,__ FORCED J / EASY ON THE / THIS IS IT TAXES WAVE 22--THASS A " Lit FISH AM'CHIP JOINT; BUT WHARS 'HBNSHOT HALL"?- ME INTO LOW KTCHUP, BEWSHOT THE ESTATE THAT W|[X P£ YOOR© IF you INHERIT MY TITLE X- COMMON TRAPS- GOT TO WATCH WAS Y0UR LAST SHOULD HAVE KNOWS! t CO\ilOH!f BUY MUCH OF A POCKET CALCULATOR HOW MANY SHOTS WAS TWAT * soy, DO i eer PSELIN POTATOES PON'T YOU 61VB EJ0 RICE . SOMETIMES ·z/ WAT'S RIDICULOUS/ WHOEVEK S i i l r - A r » ^ * /HC PESLINS- RICE?/ !MTOOTiREO, DEAR.--I JJ THINK I'LL JUST GOTO S=O ' EARLY f REMEMBER WMEM WE USED TO DAN'CE TILL DAWN NOW IT NEV5R OAWWS ) -,~^ 11 ON HIM TO DAMCE T ( ON PATMOS ISLAND IN WE dESWN SEA, INCLUDES, IN ITS GIANT COMPLEX; orMrt/1 LAPP 10* THAT MVSTERIOUV VANISHED IN Tjalmejaure, Sweden, IM 1892, SUDDENLY REAPPEARED ON ITS OLD BASE S3 10 · NorthwMt Arkansot TIMES, TOM., Oct. 22, 1974 FAVrTTKVR!-!, AHKAHSAC ' LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Relighting Cigarette Not Good Practice Jerry Lee RABB1TT Of MnsSILLON, OHIO, WAS BORN OB' EflSTER SUNDAY, I969--THESONOF ElCHftRD LEE RABBITT, WHO MS SOW ONEttSTER SUNDAY. I9*S Submitted by My husband is trying to cut down on cigarettes. He takes a few puffs, then he kills it. He relights the same cigarette when he wants another few puffs. I notice that lie coughs more when he relights a cigarette. Does this make any sense? Dear Mrs. 0.: Mrs. D.O., N.C. This subject has been under America and Great study in Britain. The consensus is that those cigarette smokers who relight their cigarettes seem to have a greater tendency for deve loping chronic bronchitis. In England, almost 6000 smokers were studied. It was choosing found that the frequency of incut. irritating substances accumul- ; ate in the "killed" cigarette. ; Is there more than one method to remove a skin cancer of the forehead'.' ; Mr. N.B., Mass.: Dear Mr. B.: The rate of cure of skin can-; cers is very high. Early recog-; nilion and early treatment is; responsible [or this excellent; -uccess. * The prime purpose of any '· procedure f.or skin cancer is to.' cure it permanently. The cos-' melic result, especially in can-; cers of the skin of the face, · is always considered method of w h e n ' treat- FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope chronic bronchitis among those who relit their cigarettes was 15 per cent to 20 per cent greater than among those who did not relight their cigarettes. One explanation might be that those who relight their cigarettes eventually smoke them to the end thus consuming more tars than the average smoker. Any smoker will testify to the irritation from relighting a cigarette. Undoubtedly, other Skin cancer can be treated; hy surgery, by chemical a n d ' electrical cauterization and by; cryo surgery ( s u r g e r y by - r freezing). Each case is indivi-; dually evaluated by the der- 3 matologist before the choice of 1 treatment is established. .', Doctors never sacrifice safety; for cosmetic reasons. A small ; scar is insignificant in terms · of the value of a permanent '· Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR WED., OCT. 23, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Do not be upset by criticism. If constructive, it could actually show you new ways to capitalize on your inventiveness and skills. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) As with Aries, you, too, can both opposition and Some new ideas profit by obstacles, could brighten you day, a new method perk up tedious but essential routine. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You may get a lot of off-beat ideas on Wednesday. Put them right out of your head. In all situationSj it will be important to stress good judgment, level- headedness, self-control. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) You will do well to follow B. JAY BECKER tremes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Reject the foolish notions of others. That logical mind of your will come up with answers that are reasonable and solid. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20. Don't get wrought up over the spending habits of a partner -marital or business. With a little thought, compromise if possible. AQUARIUS (Jfln. 21 to Feb. 19) This will be one of those clays when you'll have to "go it alone." Cooperation is likely to be spotty or nonexistent. But you can cope. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are still in a mood to explore areas off the beaten :ath, but be careful not to wade :n beyond your depth. Trends On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH 4 8 4 2 » A J W 7 ' 4 3 » J 6 your own schedule and not be- j are changing, come involved in affairs which { YOU BOHN TODAY, a Librado not essentially concern you. Scorpio cuspal (one born at the This is not time to go off oil; (angents. : LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) ! Some planetary restrictions. Be cautious in making investments and DO control emotions. Some situations will call for unusual Uict. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) If you do not understand a situation, seek counsel from more experienced heads. Do not rely on guesswork. It could only lead to confusion. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Your lively imagination may be running out of bounds right now. So in trying to launch your ideas be sure to separate the fantastic from the feasible. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) As with Libra, you also will have to dampen enthusiasm a . Excessive optimism could lead you to impractical ex- + 5 4 WEST *Q1097 V Q 9 8 2 41098 5 +3 /AST K J K 5 7 4 3 2 * J 10 7 6 2 change of Signs),.are endowed ·vith the combined traits of both, with the more dominant characteristics of each outstanding. This fact makes you a powerful candidate for success in life and a personality with whom to reckon. You are extremely versatile and have been blessed with a fine gift for languages. You would make an excellent interpreter or translator; could also shine in any occupation which requires travel in foreign countries. A born go-getter, your nature thrives under pressure and, in a busy day and age, you are alive w i t h enthusiasm, curiosity about "what's coming next." Here, however, you must be careful not to override others as you drive onward, and DO be tolerant of those less gifted than yourself. SOUTH *A 6 5 3 »6 * A K Q + A K Q 9 8 The bidding: South West North 1+ Pass IV 2* Pass 3V East Pass Pass have to be an Einstein or a^ Garozzo to realize that your, best chance for a ninth trick, lies in clubs. If you play momma-poppa., style and start hy cashing the A-K-Q of clubs, you will make, the contract whenever the suit; is divided 3-3 (a 3G per cent chance) or 4-2 (a 48 per cent- chance). In either case you- would play the nine of clubs; next to assure nine tricks. k On top of this 84 per cent; chance, there is also the possi-: bility that when you start; leading the suit the singleton; ten or jack will fall on the first? round (another 5 per cent). If,, this occurs, you continue the., suit and in that way guarantee the contract. "; But even this 80 per cent chance for the contract can be improved by an additional 5 per cent by cashing the ace of clubs, playing a heart to the- ace, and returning a club from Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer 3 NT Opening lead - ten of diamonds. Most players find mathematical probabilities is that even a superficial knowledge of the subject will reap big dividends on many deals. Assume you're in three nolrump and West leads a diamond. As soon as dummy comes down you can count eight top tricks, and you don't dummy, planning lo unesse me eight if East follows low. This" guards against East's holding the ,1-10-x-x-x of clubs. It is true that this safety play makes a lot of sense even il you know nothing whatever about probabilities. But, even so, it is perhaps better for the sake of your peace of mind to know at the start of the hand that, with proper play, your over-all chance of success comes to 94 per cent. PONYTAIL ACROSS 1 Dancer's cymbals 4 Wire measure 7 Tastes 11 Weather word 13 Mountain on Crete 14 Western state 15 Against 16 Seine 17 Broadway hit 18 Showers 20 Son of Noah 22Social event 24 Football team 28 Helmetr shaped 32 Broadway hit 33 Construction unit 34 Golfer's triumph 35 Danish- · American journalist 37 Brusque 39 Relents 41 Wafts like a crab 43 Family member 44 Sole 46 Cupolas 50 Shine 53 Sharp -tack 55 Flower 56 River in France 57 Mainstay 58 Vocal quality 59-Fruit 60 Blunder 61 Spread grass DOWN 1 Peter, for one 2 Palin- dromic name 3 French author 4 Dressier role 5 Caesar's fateful date S Machine tool 7 Vacation spot 8 Greenland Eskimo 9 Knave of clubs ID Haggard novel Avg. solution time: 24 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 12 Japan allspice 19 Yellow or Coral 21 Hebrew priest 23 One -- time 25 Streak in marble 26 City in Oklahoma 27 Headland 28 Light carriages 29 Hillside dugout 30 Praise 31 French coin 35 Abstract being 38 Marsh 40 Offer 42 Quench 45 European river 47 Debatable 48 Serf 49 Germ 50 Breach 51 Norwegian statesman 52 Money of account 54 Scotch county 38 42 45 54 "We have a policy in this house...all musical instruments are checked at the broom closeti" HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CLASSIFIED WOKJD AM -- to SWrt Sunday are accepted nnin 4 p.m. Friday. -- To start Monda? ar« accepted rmtn :SO a.m. Saturday. -- lo start Tuesday thru Saturday are accepted onttl 4 jxin. oo the day before publication. 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