Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 7, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 7, 1974
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I S*5S I'VE BEEN KIND Of SCAREO FOR NOTHIN6... Aai/ALLV, ITU X «EAT TO HAVE PIERCE? EAxs,.ue CAN WEAR Kftl/TlWL £A!«IN« THAT.. JUST TO SHOW I'M NOT AFKAIRIU.6O FWST! AUMSWOC, MOUMTEP ON A PDU 15 FKT LON3 AD PtKMTXD WITH 2 OJRtJNG WKKS, WAS AUMVS CARRIED MO BATTLE IN THE nth AMD lotti CENTURIES BY SERGEANTS -WHO pousHT WITH rr /v* ttx USED IT TO KfllSHT THE HOfS on Musxtrs cftKKieo warnm THE MUISHEIX.IM BUR* ST. EWWMOS, IS. A BAR. THAT MEASURES ONLY 12 fcer sf 7 STOODUPASAWST4 GUNS--X« M3H! TMKCY CKC£K MCK JOHHSOKI of De*A*xx3 % M A BUS. ASMNST £ OPPONENTS EACH CARRYING 2aMS AMD /moAOUUG HIM FROM OTWJSfTE MRECUOE LET tHEM ffRE A TOML OF 16 SHOTS--7MEW WIi£Z SOTH MfM »mU ONLY 3. BULLETS FRANCES DRAKE OF TlOSe CROOKS, STCAUMfiTOTCOM COUEOKM FROM PARVER AFTB? ALL, WESHOULP OVE THE AMERKMNS SOMETHING FOR ALL THE EXTRA W3NEY VWY1NS FOR MH NEPHEW IS M Look in the section in which your birtday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. your views during discussion, do so dispassionately. tHDVJSWGtt IT TO FOR SAT., JUNE 8 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 2) U n e x p e c t e d complications may call for a sudden change in travel plans. Don't fret. Trip, as arranged, could have been disappointing. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May II) Don't let friends persuade you to spend too much on entertainment. By mid-week, you'd regret it. Otherwise, all should go well. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You now have a chance to create a truly great impression of yourself. Don't lose out by flouting cpnvetstion or otherwise being indiscreet. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) If intuition strongly dictates, now's the time to start making concrete plans for t h a t new venture. Don't launch until midweek, however. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) This day may bring a challenge to' your adaptability. Throw in your lot with the opposition if there is no other way to achieve your ends. HGDONnr SMOKE, ME VOOHflDfl BROTHER TKHPfTlfligOS 9NUFFV NOW THAN VJHEH ·X? MARRIED HIM? * ^ _,_ POSSIBLE.? HOO) PO VOL) PL6AD? SJPHOMtM6 6ASOUNE TWU9 9. Frtooy^ MHUMWM » · 1974 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Rider Wants Redesign Of Hard Plastic Seats A reader, Miss E.B. In New Jersey, writes: "It has come to my attention that much of my backache is caused by hard, inflexible plastic seats in subways, cars, buses, and trains. "When the vehicle hits a bump or stops suddenly, the hard seat does not give or provide a cushion. "It is my poor back that takes the punishment. Trains that grind to a sudden h a l t seem to aim directly at my lower spine. Cannot something be d o n e to help the mass transit rider? Surely, some ingenious soul in a research laboratory or design studio can come up with a solution to a problem that plagues me and, I am certain, thousands of others. Dear Miss B.: Your observation is a scientifically acute one. Doctors are aware that impact injuries play an important role in low back problems. It is hoped that your sugges- on will be picked up by a esigner, engineer, and manu- acturer who can incorporate it nto better seats. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Your intuition was right. A message from someone "in the know" confirms your own beliefs. Act promptly on infor mation received. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Fine stellar influences spui incentive, stimulate good idea: -- many of which may be dis tinctly novel. Capitalize on during this good period. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) The position of Mars, some what adverse now, suggests that you avoid antagonizing others. If necessary to asser Z ·a «-r § i .AGITTTAR1US (Nov. 23 to Dec, Some difficulties possible, bul you can avoid most if you wil avoid excitable folks who leave you emotionally drained. Spend ime pursuing a hobby that's fun. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Be patient if temporarily stymied i n some projection vhich you are involved. New factors seem to be up for con sideratton. Keep eyes and ears open! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Don't cut off communication ,f there is even a slim chance of advancement through a meeting of minds. You are in position to lead or follow Ihoose wisely. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Things should start picking up 'or you now. However, a whole new approach to an undertaking just barely started could be your best road to attainment. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with talents and cha racteristics suited to a wide variety of occupations. You in tuttively know the right movi at the crucial moment; are alsi sensitively. aware of the need of others. Your bent is a scho larly one and you are discri minating and selective. with broad viewpoint. As with mos Geminians, you are an extre mely ' enthusiastic individua but, unlike others, your inter ests do not fade quickly, an you are more likely to see, pro jects through to their ultimat conclusion. You could excel literature, science, the law music; are highly philosophica in your attitudes. Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Moslem priest 5 Pronoun 8 Facts 12 Fighting M Arabian entertain 15 False show K Not any 17 Finish 18 Excites 2tMap SHappy 24 Actor Conned 25 Feign » Wrath » Vegetables »Lout JZ Gaseous chemicals U Heal J5 Norse god * Modified in color S Egg dish · Male sheep 41 Actor Ahm ttHghrank 47 British Princess « Legal substitution « Dread S* Digit SI German DOWN 4 Religious child 3 Pub specialty 5 Deliver S Those in power 7 Sturgeons 8 Strip J Hebrew prophet JBProng 11 God of war 13 Camping need B Grains Avg. solution time: 25 rain. 20 Greek tetter 21 Rabbit 22 Din » Color Z5 Repentant 2t Part of speech Z7 Venture M Commanded 31 Nourished 33 Possessor 34 Heavenly bodies 36 African ^ Answer to ynterday's paxde. Telescopic eyeglasses are being promoted for patients whose poor vision might keep them from passing their tests for driving licenses. These devices are eyeglasses with a telescopic unit attached to the lens. ·-· ' Dr. Arthur H. Keeney. of .th« Louisville School of Medicine, warns that these lens magnifiers can be a source of neat danger, both to the driver and to other people on the road. · He pleads that this highway hazard be eliminated before, it adds new accidents and new mortalities on the highways. DRUNK DRIVING . 7 Almost 20.000 deaths each year are directly attributable to drunken driving. '-The magnitude of this persistent calamity can be appreciated only by those who bave 'had a single death in their family as a result of an alcohol : induced accident. The 20.000 deaths must be Imprinted into the consciousness of every driver who is ever tempted to drink and drive. " The driver who insists on drinking should be permanently taken off the road, by effective legislation. !·.' B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Hasten 1 Individual Championship Play IIMMIIinMII You are the dea'er, both sides vulnerable, and open One ipade. Partner responds Two Hearts. What would you bid icw with each of the following ive hands? LAXJ743 *Q6 ·AQS +AQ6 2.AAJ9652 VQ83 *AK74 *- 3.AAK874 *KSft +K93 *«3 4.4AKQ72 VA943 472 4KB 5.4AKJ832 VK8792 + 6 +W 1. Three notrump. The jump rebid shows 17 to 19 points, with strength in the unhid suits and, of course, notrump.distribution. D artner is thus placed in a position to judge the best final contract, as the rebid identifies ,he precise nature of the opening bid. . 2. Three diamonds. There is a very good chance for a slam, but the best trump suit and the proper k;vel are still uncertain The intention is to show heart support next and in that way suggest a shortage of clubs. Three diamonds is a strong rebid, since the opener voluntarily climbs into the three level. The h an d is certai nly strong enough for a jump to either th ree spades or four hearts, but neither of these bids would pinpoint your va'ues nearly as well as the sequence you intend to follow. 3. Three hearts. Although th« land is a minimum, standing by itself, it rises in value when a heart fit is discovered. The bid to avoid is two spades, 'artner has guaranteed f i v e learts, so you aim for'.the known 53 fit rather than a suit where partner's holding · is unknown. , , , 4. Four hearts This is a very itrong hand in support · of learts, and you 'show it by eaping to four It can be safely assumed that partner ha: 10 or more points for his two heart response, which means that game, is virtually certain.' 1 If partner h»s more than minimum va'ues, he will presumably go on towards a stem. Jut all you can do at this point n time is jump to four to indicate at least a moderate inter* est in a slam. '~ 5. Four not rump. This is on* of those relatively infrequent hands where knowing how many aces partner has telis yon how many tricks can be mad* Accordingly, you use Blackwood. The intention is to stop »t five hearts if partner responds five diamonds (one ace); to bid six hearts if he responds five hearts (two aces); and. to'go all the way if he responds fiv« spades (three aces). PONYTAIL "How would you like to go to the beach with me/ tomorrow. ..I need someone to pay far the gas."* '- HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Diol 447-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: CI-AXOFTKT) WOKD AM -- to start 3tmd*y uw *ec*ptod until 4 p.m. Friday. -- To start Monday «rt accepted antfl 11:30 a.m. Saturday. -- to start Tuesday Din Saturday are until 4 p.m. OB the day More (BFACt) AIM -- to sUrt s»d*y art »ocep*** 4 p.m. Thar»*«y. -- to itirt Hoofey m MXcptH 1 p.m, Friday. -- to start T»e**«y thn Atardi; aoctpttd unUJ 4 ^tn. tw* feyv * Offk* Hour* Ac* Monday through Friday, 00 o.m.te 4-.00 Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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