Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1969 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1969
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a^ r^-\ t ^a£.-*i Af* PAINTS // cowEON,EVEmeooY sNOWswELTtHG.iErsAu.Kou.i VMM: SNOWBALLS TO CONSERVEOURWRTEKSUPPLV i^dLJC TWS IS ttlYMK BulT. SAWYEK ·Dll R1N6UN6 IWOT. 1 XVEA MB© TO SPUT OPEN YDUR HEAP. CHEATIN'?? BfiLLS O'FIRSH TATER'iVE AIN'T S'POSEDTOPEEK WHEN I'M HIDIN'-- THAT'S CHEATIN', I'D ALMOST FERGOT fiBOUTTH'CflRDSAME 'THE BROTHERHOOD* NEVER KILT NOBOW FOSDICK'S s EMTH'Kt*SO' MtATH.FOIST.'.'/jyi TROOWIT .-*· Ul ...INSfEAP 1'U, AND YOU WIUU 1URN IM THAT LETS SEE YOU TOUCH yOUK TOES WITHOUT BEWDIN voue . WHAT'5 3COP R3R A TICKLISH r.,vj HORSE? / \ / -i-^T-^ff ^H f BUT THAT SISM'SAVS Ijliii -I ·* \ '·* WELL, THATS · ( ONtX FOB WHEN \_ WE'RE OPEN/ , ft-,*--fidim/tcrM*/ IW 3flWT OPTVMi HflWFIWRU WEfl A MATBMU ON TWTYNE RIVER EN6UWD TVOU CAN'T,HUH.'/"] I WEGITTH' L-. Sy --r. ' I MINI: NUMBER N «Mfcf" -^VoNEr-,--J vOS\\ll/£\*--r^\^OS* ' ALPINIST EMPEROR HADRIAN (ife-isol of Rome. *HS THE FIRST MAH TO CUMBA MOaOKH SUB.Y fOK BUCVMBfr- HE ASCENDED HE EWA M THE YEAR J21 Francis Drake Your Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according to the stars, FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 18 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries) -- You can gain considerable help from past experience now. Recall how various procedures returned various types of results. Neither drive too hard a bargain, nor to too easy. APRIL 21 to MAY 21 (Taurus) --You should do well now if you are on the beam, tending to business, observing, filling your place capably. Some may dispute unpleasantly: Don't j o i n them. MAY 22 to JUNE 21 (Gemini) --A generous day -- if you cooperate: It will give measure for measure, and prove a boon to the really top giver. Stress patience and tolerance. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer) --Don't hesitate to take up apprenticeship in something new if it is worthwhile, no matter what your age. No one has a monopoly on improvement. JULY 24 to AUG. 23 (Leo)Your innate sympathetic nature could lead you astray now, so take all factors into account if asked for favors -- material or otherwise. Curb emotions. AUG. 24 to SEPT. 23 (Virgo) --Some changes may be proposed. Study everything from an objective viewpoint. Change for its own sake makes no sense, could cost you ground. C o n c e n t r a t e on purposeful aims. SEPT. 24 to OCT. 23 (Libra) ·There's a tendency now to brush by the real and progressive issues for lesser but seemingly more pleasurable ones. Wait for free time, the weekend if necessary, for pastimes and such. Everything in i t s place! OCT. 24 to NOV. 22 (Scorpio --Where is the peace and com fort you anticipated, worke hard for? The striving itsel should have brought the bigges rewards, and you have stil more to attain -- beginning NOW. NOV. 23 to DEC. 21 (Sagit tarius) -- Turbulent waters ii some areas, but you are mad of the stuff that doesn't collaps at the first sign of opposition o difficulty. Handle all with you innate good judgement, an maintain your fine sense o humor. DEC. 22 to JAN. 20 (Capri corn) -- Don't wind up the wee disregarding incompleted de tails or you could spoil wha could otherwise he a pleasan day -- and week-end. Genulm care with your program w i l bring surprising results. JAN. 21 to FEB. 19 (Aquar ius) -- Excellent planetary help for gaining ground in numerou ways. Take advantage of everj possible strategy. Believe people's willingness to coop erate. Feb. 20 to M A R C H 2 (Pisces) -- Fuss and fanfar won't achieve what straight forward thinking and like actio will. Where quality of effort i uppermost, so will be returns You born today are kee about making a better world You give unstintingly of you talents, so you gain more dail and in the long run than thos who hoard assets. Shun ex tremcs. Don't take chances wit health or reserves that deserv to be protected. There is a tim for reverie as well as for action Be original, but do not depa too widely from the tried-and true till sure you have devise a sounder way. Your style an manner may not follow th trend, but mostly please. Avoii endless activity. Birthdate of Clarence Darrow, renowed ai torney: L e o p o l d Stokowski famed symphony ---"factor. THERE is no better indict-] lon that spring and summer are on the way than the first crocus or the courage of the ground hog. Certainly the calendar can no longer be depended on tince the seasons have so definitely been shifting during the past half century. The most dependable of all indications .hat spring is in the air are ,he baseball rookies sliding in- o home plate or a pitcher warming up in the bull pen. This is a signal to take the protective coverings off tennis racquets, golf bags, and baseball equipment in anticipation of the spring and summer athletics. It must be remembered at ;his time that many muscles in our bodies have been lying dormant and inactive during most of the winter season. It s imperative, therefore, that these unused muscles be activated slowly so that injury to ;he delicate muscle fibers will je avoided. PACING IMPORTANT Our enthusiasm is so great and our anxiety to play ball in a hurry often does an injustice to the tendons, muscles, and joints that need slow breaking in. The proper pacing and gradual increasing activity is a firm rule by coaches in amateur and professional circles. Their fitness programs demand long periods of warm-up activity, starting perhaps with 15 minutes of muscle loosening exercises. They are always aware that over-exertion that reaches a point of fatigue is a poor way to get in trim. The resilience of young children and adolescents is great and they usually are not as troubled by too vigorous exercise. Asafeguard for them is that they use safe, proper and good equipment for any sport. There should be no departure from this rule. HORIZONTAL I.Asiatic country 5. Statute 8. Charity 12. Assistant 13. Khan It. Secular 15. Start IT.Novelby Jan« Austen 18. Turf 19. Trim 2tCityin Georgia 2*. Assistance 25 King 26. Besides 30. Raced 31. Scandinavians 32. International language 33. One owed money 35. Forbids 3S. Hebrew 38. Sport 41. Grate 4.2. Neglect 43. Uncommitted ones 48. Until 49. Skill 50. · Canal St Gatepost S2. Confederate general 63. Tardy VERTICAL 1. Resin £ Atmosphere 3. Lyric poem. 4. Summer, for one 5. Placed 6. Past 7. Reamer S. Syrian city 9. Light. 10. Buffoon 11. Blemish Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 37.- Peninsula Xvfri ( «line*f Ml»Un: 16. Weight 20. Pub specialties 21. Fruit refuse 22.Wingllhe 23. Walking stick 24. Fame 26. Motherly 27. Phial 28. Fcrber 29.OptimisUc 31, Coin St.'Pnlfs- slonal man 35.Contateer 37. Small rug Sg.Mealcours* 39. All: comb, form 40. Quota 41. East Indian plant 4*. Before 45. Constellation 46. Ignited 47. Perceive UHm I. OOUNAKt 1 Sure Signs Of Spring The middle-aged athlete cm protected by what I believe to be an excellent inveitment, namely a complete general ex- animation. Only by a careful study can he be prevented from over-indulging in exercises that might do him far more harm than good. CUSTOM EXERCISES Exercise must be custom- made for every age group and every age group can benefit trom exercise. The older athlete must learn his limitations and avoid strenuous competition with the younger and heartier athletes. His memory of active tennis singles must be tempered by the fact that his arms, legs, and heart would probably prefere less strenuous "doubles." Another note of warning. Springtime c o l d s , because of over-exposure, can be as distressing and devitalizing as winter ones. Discarding warm clothing too quickly can invite these colds. Children on bicycles and skates must be reminded of the safety measures that were taught them last year. How to ride on the proper side of the street, and not after dusk, are two important safety teachings. Spring and summer bring more joy if athletic programs are carefully planned. S P E A K I N G OF YOUR HEALTH: Mealtime should he a happy time, rather than an explosive period of anger at children. ..Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and, while he cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use question* in his column whenever possible and whei they are of general interest. Adress your lol- teri to Dr. Coleman in care of this newspaper. CONTRACT BRIDGE By B. Jay B e c k e r II _.] · AQ QJ0I _ WEST AA83 4KQ106S V10B V9S3 ; 10984 «K AQ»S +X642 VKQ7875 · 732 +K5 Pas* SooUj West Fas* Fan 29 3* Opening lea4-MB of spade*. It i* caajr enough to main OHM heart! if you aw «n four hand*. After Bart -Wert cash two spades and two clubs and lead another chib, yon ruff, draw three round* «f trumps, play a diamond to the ace. catching East's king, antLdab* the rest But in real We, it's not that easy. Ton don't see the advarse card* and, consequently, when you get around to leading: diamonds, you may take a finesse and go down one. Actually, that'a what happened when the hand wag played in the Olympiad ladte» world championship tack in UM. BOWBW, ai wu pointed out at the time with consider. able jMOfkation, Sooth mould Dm nade the central. West Jed the aeeaal another qpade, and East sUfted to a low etab, Weat cashing the A-Q before playing another club. Declarer later took UM diamond Ttniaii, lost to the singleton Idnfcaart finished nunus 100. tt Ii oartataly easier to pie* a wtaar after the race is run, bttt fa tkepramat ease there !· angfe iwana to reject the dia- "Motlftaeateandgoapwiththo ·*· in the hop* or ·atehhiE th* op with the am of spades ant A-Q of dob*; and an alert de. ehnr abontd conclude that West eanaot also havn tha king of diamonds, Hoc* He passed orlgjoauy. On this bask, therefore, it most be wrong to take a. finesse that is marked to lose, and declarer AooM go up with the ace because thii offun torn* chance of making the contract; WMe the finesse often none, Hwrever.Iramemberwondar. Ing at the time how many of the very knowledgeable writers and expert* who witnessed thi» hand would ham had tha pre*. ence of mind to catch the king. Md they been actually playhw Instead of just WWMny. * s -- CMfeUt, ike,) PONYTAIL TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results, Try em. Just Dial 442-6242.

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