The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on January 30, 1972 · Page 31
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THL SUNDAY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y. JAinuAhY 30 , 1972 CJN1NE Carroll Righter Your Horoscope - - Today and Monday GENERAL TENDENCIES: Be as up and doing as possible today and tonight. You can make an outstanding plan inspired by your studies, listening Sunday, January 30 to sermons, thinking out how you can live according to highest principles. Good for enjoy- Local Radio Highlights Ch. 2 Coblevisloa WBAZ 1550 WELV 1370 WELV—FM 99.3 WGHÇ—AM 920 WGHQ- 94.3 •FM Sunday 7:30 p. m.—Basketball game—Coleman vs. Marlboro. 1:30 p. m. (TOMORROW)Hudson Valley Homemaker, “Garnishes and Gadgets.” Start your day of rest the right way with music. First on the right side of your dial. World and National News every hour on the half hour. 8 to 9 p. m.—Listen to the “South of the 40’s.” 7 and 8 a. m. (TOMORROW).-Steve Ostrow reviews the weekend news in depth. 6 p. m.—For a different Sunday evening why not switch off the TV and switch on WGHQ-FM for a delightful, relaxing evening of music lightly interspersed with WKNY 1490 hey walk hand n’ hand of WKNY. Pee and news. 12:15 p. m.—As the into the studios of WKNY, Peg George Hard bring you the “Topics of Esopus,” Sunday afternoons. The lovable twosome of Esopus Town will inform as well as entertain. Don’t miss it. Growing Things Answer tn Previous Punía ACROSS 39 Membership 42 Ice masses 8 It grows from a cone 12 Native metal 13 Assam silkworm 14 Arabian port 15 Edge 16 Most secluded 18 Serviettes 20 Related on mother’s side 21 Conclusion 22 Hen products 24 Unmixed 26 Malaysian canoe 27 Wine cup 80 Italy to a native 32 Expiator 34 Bovine animals 35 Cylindrical i 36 Article on water 45 Unfruitful 49 Holds in check 51 Body of water 52 Above 53 Afternoon social events 54 Manuscripts (ab.) 55 Girl’s name 56 Confederate 57 Pigpen DOWN 3 Aches 9 Notion 10 Where fledglinga grow 28 Apportion 29 Greek god of war 31 Abuse 33 Command ing yourself as you wish. too. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Get together with the people you really like and have a delightful time with them today. Broaden your horizons and make your excellent ideas more workable. Show others how much you really like them. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Know what it is that kin desire the most and do your utmost to help make them happy, satisfied. Keep busy at basic matters that are important to you. The evening is best spent at home. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Contact those individuals you want to cooperate with you where some vital plan is concerned. The services of your choice can certainly inspire you today. Do some studying tonight that is helpful. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Enlarge your consciousness so you can have greater good in the near future. Talk to a bigwig and find out how he or she succeeded. Get good ideas for your own ad vancement. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you are charming with others, you can now gain personal aims that are close to your heart. Associates are most favorable toward you and can be very helpful now. Plan for bigger success in the future. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Planets are helpful now and your life can be more peaceful and more to your liking. Take time for meditation and reflection. Quietly meet with those who can give you the advice you need. Don’t be reckless in any way. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Run away from drudgery during the day and look into new outlets or meet with interesting friends, but then get caught up with your work after dinner. State your aims to one who really understands you. Get right advice, support. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You are able to get your ideas before bigwigs and gain support for them during the day and make big headway with the pub 37 Pillars lit grows on a cob 2 Operatic solo 3 Moderate . 4 Icy 5 Press € One who washes lightly 27 Artery 7 New Guinea dilations seaport (var.) 11 Grafted'(her.) 38 Pendent 17 Envoy ornament 19 Bent the kneo 40 The earth 23 Mature kids 41 Disorderad 24 Early 42 Leaping aborigine of amphibian Great Britain 43 Son of Jacob 25 Western state (Bib.) 26 Hymn of -44 Not cloatd praise 46 River duck 47 For fear that 48 Facile organized before presenting them. Results will be better than you anticipated. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Contact whoever can inspire you now so you become more successful in the near future. Keep an open mind for best results. New acquaintances can oe of tremendous help to you. Show you have excellent manners. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You can take care of all those obligations ahead of you intelligently today, so make the right contacts early. Much happiness is possible with mate, but use diplomacy in p.m. Do not spend too much money. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Complete those arrangements that are important and then spend more time with associates so you plan the future more sanely and wisely. Come to a fine agreement with one who opposes you. Home is best for you tonight. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You can get busy and accomplish a great deal today even though fellow workers seem to buck you or are shirking their own duties. Find some new article of apparel that suits you to a T. A good deal of rest is important in p.m. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be one of the charming young people who finds it easy to get favors from others and could turn into a moocher if you do not teach early to stand on own feet and that only whatever is earned is really enjoyed during the lifetime. However, teach to use that particular charm to better his or her lot in life and to be able to communicate with others, thus making life easier. A good living can be made early in life, with early retirement. “The Stars impel, they do not compel.” What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! Carroll Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for February is now ready. For your copy send your birthdate and $1 to Carroll Righter’s Forecast. The Daily Freeman, Box 629, Hollywood, Calif. 90028. GENERAL TENDENCIES: The daytime is an unusually good time to put in effect those Monday, January 31 sure (o dress smartly. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Dec. 21) An ideal day 22 to to be pofntments you have made and social gathering that pleases plans you have decided upon get good resuns, bg wise. you and make big headway, over the weekend. \ou cam M0ON CHILDREN (June 22 Show that you have poise, expand your amb’.tions and to jujy 2i) if you get those| SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) bring added success. lhe weckend ideas working, you can!Concentrating upon how to get evening is a time to rest and add much lo your present the goodwill of higher ups is relax since delays and obstacles abundance. Make those repairs wise in the morning. Achieving could put you behind in your at ^ome and add to its value this could add to present plans- 'and comfort. Attend a fine prestige with the public. Be ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) movie tonight. During the daytime is fine for LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) getting others to join you in Think over how you can gain a plan you have in mind, but your finest personal aims:with wise persons and let some take no chances in the evening during the day and start taking 0f that fine quality rub off on when curious conditions are in steps in right direction. Your you. You have a fine sense of effect. Relax tonight. jfuture success is proportionate humor and have the ability now' TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) to. your visualization. Think to cheer others up. Shop for items that make your wisely. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. home more charming and' VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) comfortable. The evening can A plan you have in mind has be quiet and happy at home, to be Put id operation quietly Fundamental matters need to 'if * is to be successful. You be improved. Read your are now a”*c to help one who is in trouble tonight. You can obtain data you need secretly. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are in the mood to be with others. State your personal newspaper well. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Visit friends you like and do whatever you think will please them, especially where business i s concerned. Keep ap- 20) Study and allow your in tuition to work so that you know exactly what to do in the future Contact those persons you can assist in some way. Stop being so reticent. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Try to cooperate more with associates instead of continuing to act in such an unpredictable aims. In the evening attend a'fashion with them. Contact those persons who can assist you in a social way. Be alert. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have an opportunity now to return a favor. Do so without delay. Plan the new week in an intelligent fashion by getting your activities and efforts better organized. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TOD AY... he or she will be one | of those delightful young people whose accomplishment can be great during the lifetime because the creativity is remarkable. Be sure to give the finest education you can afford so that the great potential here can be realized as soon as adulthood is reached. There is every possibility that a famous artist will emerge here, or a great orator, public figure. Discipline gently. Carroll Righter’s Individual Forecast for your sign for February is now ready. For your copy send your birthdate and $1 to Carroll Righter Forecast (The Daily Freeman), Box 629, Hollywood, Calif. 90028. Bridge Student Lacks Finesse By Oswald & James Jacoby NORTH 2» 4AJ85 VQ74 ♦ Q972 ♦ 96 WEST (D) EAST ♦ Q ♦ 42 V K105 VJ98632 ♦ A3 ♦ 5 ♦ AKJ8732 +Q1054 SOUTH ♦ K10 9 763 ¥ A ♦ KJ10864 ♦ Void North-South vulnerable West North East South 1 ♦ Pass 1 ¥ 1 4 3 ♦ 34 5 ♦ 54 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—♦ K lie in general. Have them well (© 1972, McN'aught Syndicate, inc.) 50 Depot (ab.) 1 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 1011 12 \i 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 J 2425 26 I 27 28 28 & • 31 32 33 34 35 3é ■ 37 38 39 40 42 4344 II45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 it The Professor opened the seven of diamonds against the student’s five heart contract. The student rose with dummy’s ace and led a trump. The Professor won and played the deuce of diamonds. The student studied awhile and finally went up with dummy’s king. East ruffed and eventually the Professor cashed his queen of diamonds to defeat the contract. “I should know by now that stage tricks. He also offered a you never make a normal lead against a high contract," Longo will turn 100 next week. The Soviet magazine Yunost (Youth) said Longo, a “famous fakir and dervish,” is writing memoirs of his long career as a sideshow artist in Russian circuses. The magazine published excerpts from the memoirs in connection Longo’s 100th birthday A Very Long Life For Demetrius Longo By JAMES O. JACKSON MOSCOW (UPI)—Demetrius ¡reason for his long life I. Longo said he spent most of “He says he reached such an groaned the student. I should his life swallowing swords, incredible age because he never have finessed your second walking on nails, drinking feared death," the magazine diamond lead.” ^ molten tin and pulling out his said. “He quoted his favorite “You certainly should have,’ eyeballs. It did him no harm, poet, Omar Khayyam: You will replied the Professor. “But not die but once so it is not worth for the reason you gave.” worrying about it.” Do you see what the Professor Longo said he began his meant? career at the age of 11 in the1 The student should have town of Nizhegorodsk where he finessed because it wouldn t joined a carnival as a matter if the finesse won or roustabout, ticket taker and lost. He would still be sure of parttime magician. Later, he his contract. It would have won with said, he teamed up with a 9-foot and East would have ruffed giant and a 20 inch lady. whereupon the student would be In his heyday, the magazine This was in the 1890s, he said, able to claim the rest of the said. Longo “walked barefoot and it was about then that he tricks, on burning coals and on the acquired a French speaking Suppose the finesse lost. Two points of Persian spears or parrot named Ara. “Ara was diamonds had been played the Turkish sabres. He lay down on five years older than me at the first time so that the only beds of nails, drank molten tin time,” he said. “He still lives diamond left was the queen. Put and conjured spirits. so that makes him 105 years it in the East hand and East “For him, swallowing a old now.” sword was a mere trifle ... he Longo, Ara, the giant and the could even remove his own midget toured Russian cities eyeball and put it back.” with their act, he said, and it make the hand. In his memoirs, Longo gradually expanded. He once We might point out that the revealed the secret of sword had a family of acrobatic Professor is a good player. If swallowing—it involves feathers cockroaches that performed he actually held two little and goose fat—and he described tricks in a miniatur* play-jdiamonds he would not have •omt of hi» more «pectacular 1 ground. opened the suit. special MAIL SUBSCRIPTION FORM to Armod Forces Personnel anywhere in the world at a very special rote— Vi PRICE Yet . . . we will mtii the hone town newt and feature» to the men and women in the Armed Forcet out of ttate or anywhere in the world at thit tpecal low rate. 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