Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 29, 1974 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 29, 1974
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5 S S t Ooc W4KE UP.'SURPRISE.' KAPPV I S3*$tt TM! "SSHKSW »L I?"?.?.**"? W T»E WCk MO* «P HAVEl/ /.-THe CELLAR DOOR.' ·BUT " I THESE WEEDS...THBH HE OUST | SEEN HlWi. HE'S HOT OM THE TORCH - PLAIM DISAPPEARED:' IT'S STILL PACLOCKEP-^-- HE ..j-,,--- COUlDHT HWE HOUSE THRU HERE. ...AND UBS HOI UNDER' IT. THEY BUSTED UP? NOPE- THEY GOT HITCHED PORE OL'ZEB HIM flW'LOBEUfl WUZ SWEETHEARTS PER m YEflRS, BUT IT'S ftLL OVER NOW AHDID.'.'-AN'TH' OONT PARK HSRe.'!- THARS A RUMOR "URNEDOonO --A REAL ONE.i. MY PONY sleeps 1 HOW LOMS DIP YOU «· SAY YOU'VE FB6N IN 1 TUIC nnc/ucccr z I INVENTED A NEW IMSrANr-LATHER SHAVE GUN I'LL. GIVE MDUAFREE SHAVE IF YOUU. LET ME -^--f TRYITOUr THERE ARE STILL. -EW BUGS -R IRONED OUT A FEW BUGS TO BE Believe/I orMrf/ USED BV-CHOROTE MJIflNS OFTHECHAtoRESIONCFSO. AMERICA; nw MADE FROM TOE RttOR-SHARP TEETH ANOJAWSOFJVMN.EATJNG PIRANHA FISH fife PILLAR OF TRIER!. (Germany 5 WE MARKER OF THE SECUNDINIUS FAMILX WEALTHY" CLOTH DEALERS OF THE 3d. SAVED FROM DEMOLITION BY THE FRANKS BECAUSE THEY WERE FOOLED INK) BELIEVING IT WAS'THE TOMB Of sr HELEfJA, MOTHER OF EMFCKOR THEGK£fT T*"WEDWMG RING" OF.ARAMIA TRIBESMEN, OF;, NEW GUINEA, IS. A . COHlCAt CAPtiONNfi) . . T//f HA/f! GROWS TfiKOIKH IMPOSSIBLE TO ··· Re/uove THE p *n r , «-«.,. ^. .... -. .. |tf M ^ FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUES., JULY 30 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) _ Y o u may have to alter directions now. Don't fight necessary changes -- especially in plans involving future security. Adapt to the new factors. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Some unprecedented moves or unusual situations likely. Study a! [carefully so that you :nn cope efficiently. "EMINI (May 22 to June 21) You may find it easier to do hings yourself than to depend m others who may not. wish o cooperate. You'll .do them letter, too. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Planetary influences some- vhat restrictive now. Be especially careful in romance. Emo- ional situations could get out }f hand. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Your ambitions in high gear low ·-- even more so than usual. Bur harness your energies and direct them only into constructive channels. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept- 23) Some misleading influences call for special astuteness. Be m the alert for persons who are unreliable or impractical -- 3nd avoid! ,IBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You may have to revise some news, revamp a ' preplanned program if you are to attain he goals you desire. But do his efficiently and good results are certain. .CORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Perseverance, despite possi- jle obstacles, will bring hand- iome rewards soon. Your busi- »ess acumen should be highly Simulated. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) If you knovy you are on th right tract, stay there; do no go off oh tangents w i t h o u good reason. Curb a prevalen tendency toward restlessness. CAPRICORN / (Dec. 2 to Jan 20) · Financial matters now hav an element of risk, so mak your moves slowly and liberately. Personal relation ships, however, promise to b exceptionally congenial. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19 Watch and wait before yo engage in new undertakings but do not hesitate where rea advantages are obvious, somewhat mild day, but trick is spots. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) An excellent day in which formulate long-range plans Something which has see'me out of reach is closer than yo may imagine. YOU BORN TODAY ar endowed with a magnetic per sonality, boundless ambitio and a tremendous capacity to achievement. You are genuine! concerned about your fellov man, but insist on helping hin in your own way -- and in th areas in which you think h needs help. Try to cultivate more universal viewpoint properly evaluate the needs those to whom you would giv assistance. Unusually versatile there are many fields open 1 you in the choice of a caree but you would probably achiev your greatest successes in th areas of business, finance, poi tics, statesmanship and writin -- epecially as a journalis You are also a born salesma and, when necessary, meet a versity with powerful resolu tion. Birthdate of: Henry Fon auto magnate; Casey Stenge baseball manager; Paul Ankf sin'ger. I just can't slop smoking. Do ou have, any suggestions for icking the cigarette habit? --Mr. C.F.T., Penna. 'ear Mr. T.: Do you really want to stop moking? It has been my obser- ation that many people try to reak the habit, and when un- uccessful, admit that they idn't really want to. It takes a lot of determination nd strong motivation to stop, "here is universal agreement y all those who have given ip cigarettes with the spirit of letermination that it was not 00 difficult- Unfortunately. lots of smokers need a calamity like a heart [Hack, emphysema, stroke, or ither circulatory disease to orce the issue of abandoning imoklng. Almost everyone who has itopped smoking seems to have 1 pet theory for breaking the labit. Some insist that chewing icorice gum is the, answer because it dulls the cigarette appetite and still provides chewing action. Others insist that carrying 'dummy" cigarette provides he hand action they feel i essential for their security. Some are able to stop b; a poring off gradually, whil others say the only way is to Crossword By Eugene Sbeffcr ACROSS 1 Armadillo S Find Provo here 9 Time period 12 French painter 13 Govern 14 Undivided 15 Mayweed 17 The mugger 18 Recites pompously 19 Coveted award 21 Toward 22 Ancient port of Rome 24 French author 27 Land measure 28 Poke 31 Commotion 32 Rural sound 33 Company? 31 Roofing slates 36 Tree 37 Serf 38 Tend the roast 40 Mystic ejaculation 41 Oleoresin 43 Apex 47 High hill 48 Doctrinal theology 51 And not 52 French river 51 Blunders · 54 Some 55 Part of speech 56 To twist DOWN 1 Attaches 2 Ship's deck 3 Jason's ship 4 Disprove 5 Ornamental vessels 6 Large cask 7 English rural festival 8 Spartan serf 9 Light, one-horse carriages 10 Wild ox 11 Period of time IS W.W. n area Avg. solution time: 27 mln. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 20 Taste 22 Papal veil 23 Line of junction 24 Fish 25 Mountain on Crete 25 Shake' speare's blundering constable 27 Incite 29 Admit 30 Jane or John 35 Man's nickname 37 Overacts 39 Ancient Phoenician capital 40 Former govt. agency 41 Healing vessel 42 Diving bird 43 So be it 44 Lass 45 Beige 46 Being 49 Spanish gold 50 African antelope 2 · Norrtiwwf Arlranw* TIMES, Mon., July W, T9T4 rAYlTTIVILl.1, ESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Kicking The Smoking Habit No Easy Task iiininiDinnniiiHiniiiiiiuiiiniiiniinHM stop abruptly - "cold turkey." Dr. Donald E. Olson, of th« leallh Department in Omaha, Neb., s a i d , "About 10 years ago I began to be envious of people who didn't smoke, particularly those who had stopped. A high school student asked me, 'How can you expect young people to respect your eadership in health matters when they see you slowly des- roying yourself'with smoking? 1 "My conscience bothered me and, on my way to a Public Health meeting, I threw, my cigarettes away 'cold tur- iey"...and 1 was a two and *. ialf packer a day." Dr. Leona M. Culp. of th» Public Health Service in Maryland, said, "What worked'for me was to defer the first cigarette of the day as long as I could. From day to day there was a degree of satisfaction in observing how many hours of each day could go by without a cigarette. It wasn't easy, but it was a very satisfactory way of quitting." Those who have stopped 1 smoking must be on guard for real or fancied crisis situations that will make them go b a c k to smoking. Mr. T., have you noticed how many former smokers admit that they do not miss cigarettes at all? iiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiniiiiiiiniiiioiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiininniuiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) "forth dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH A K 9 3 V K 7 6 · 10 4 3 2 4 9 6 5 WEST EAST * A 6 *52 V Q J 1 0 9 5 V 8 4 3 · K 7 * A 8 + K 10 8 4 + A Q J 7 3 2 SOUTH * Q J 1 0 8 7 4 * A 2 * Q J 9 6 5 The bidding: North East Sooth West Pass. 1+ 1* 2V 2* 3+ 44 . 5* Pass 'Pass 5* Dble Open lead -- queen of hearts. A hand reported by M. Harrison-Gray in the British Bridge Magazine has points of interest. The deal occurred in a team of four championship in England many years ago. South got to five spades doubled and West lead a heart. Declarer won with the ace and returned a low trump. Realizing that his partner had to have the two missing aces for his opening bid, West went up with! ,he ace of spades and shifted :o the king of diamonds. He was hoping to get a dia- nond ruff, after the king held, )y continuing with a diamond .o the ace followed by a third round of diamonds. But, alas, East assumed that his partner had three or four diamonds headed by the K-Q and accordingly won the king with the ace and returned the !ight. He likewise hoped for a third-round ruff. However, things didn't quits work out that way, due to an unexpected conjunction of circumstances, and South wound up making five spades doubled. The late S.P. Simon, author of the best-seller Why You Lose at Bridge, commented very sympathetically on the stark disaster, saying, among other things: "East's play, though ill- judged, wasn't nearly as crazy as it looks. As a matter of fact, I've done many more stupid things than that in my time." Simon, a widely-read daily columnist, always dealt generously with the many errors made by the bridge-playing clan. Although he died 25 years ago at an early age, Simon is still remembered as one of tha most popular players who ever lived. P.S. The West player in th9 hand shown was M. Harrison- Gray, and East was none other than a fellow named S. Ji Simon. 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