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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 14, 1974
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Believe ft or Naif \ WHAT WAS I OOlWe GOT THERE 7 WELL, I WAS.,. WELL, I WAS- I WAff SORT OF.,..! WAS... WAW6T5THE SCHOOL 5DILDINS ME? WRITlNSOM THE SCHOOL BWLtXN6?!NO.Sll?,I WON'T WRITE ON THE SOIOOL rMtPINC! Of THt HOVER.' FLY COMPRISES 10,000 VISUAL ORGANS ··-£ACH OfWHICH ms AU OPTICAL APPARATUS AND A GROUP Of VISUAL CELLS SANDY 1 BEACH SEPARATINGTHE SALTPANS Of MAIO, WE Of WE CAPE VERDE ISLANDS,FROM THE SEA, IS LINED WITH WATER HOIES WHICH SUPPLY EftCH FAMILY ON M ISLAND WITHDRINKINSUfilER IN THE ANDAMAN ISLANDS, BAY OF BENSAL, WHOSE YOUNfiER SISTER D1E IS OBLI6ED TO WEAR TOE GIRL'S SKULL OH HER SACK THROUGHOUT A MOURNING PEKSOD Of 10 YEARS FRANCES DRAKE Your Dail Horoscope Northwest Arkoiwai TIMK, Sat., S«'pt. 14, 1974 PAVITTRVILLI. A»K«N1A» ·· HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Coed Suggests Classes For Public Schools HKBIHIIB^ 6OT MY FATHER WRONG, MR SAWYER. He WNTS TO OWM ME... LIKE HE OWNS HIS AUTOMOBILE. .CO-TURN-STOP.' ' ME? A FERTILIZER . TYCOON L I K E HE S IS? H E C K , N O , : I WAHT TO BE A ? CARTOONIST. FSURE. I'M PRETTY SOOP, Top.' PAD , T 1A "OE A DEAL. HE GAVE ME FIVE · TO HAVE A SYNDICATEP COMIC STRIP, OR 3'P-GO INTO HIS FERTILIZER BUSINESS. CARTOONIST PI.BASS. ANN16, VCHJ CAK'T CCWvE IN HRfi so TX» \s WHAT rrs TUB X'RATfP MOVi£ QUH tHtf VW8U? W it WITHOUT fcofMies- A HgW Sft WHEN X ROUNDED TH' DADBURN BEWP 5LORVBE,DOC!i WHEW DID VEGITTH' NEW COWVflRTlBLE? I THINK I LIVB IN SPRINGS TO BE WEAR we'LL LOOK ir AU- CVER IN THE PURRSI-BCOMA DEAR RAP: It' wasn't until I reached my last year in college that I took two courses that might have made things much easier--and healthier--(or me back in high school or even junior high school days. And I only got these courses by chance--because I needed a couple of "fillers." The first was Nutrition--all a- unut foods, vitamins/calories, minerals, what the body needs to stay healthy and strong. The second was part of a business class --"How to Find and Hold a Job." This instructed us on making out applications, applying for work, organizing our time, facing ora lintcrviews, get- tiivg along with a lough boss, etc. lu my nutrition class I he- came aware of how much junk f ate. We kept charts of our food intake for a week, and (hat shocked me into changing my eating pattern. I also learned liow little most young people (including new 'mothers) really know about healthy food habits My pitch: Why don't public school systems make "Fooc and Nutrition" and "Job Train ng" required courses in high chool? And I mean intensive clases--not just a couple of lays squeezed into a P.E. or yping class? Everybody needs tins kind of raining, but most kids don't .·ealize it, and so it would have to be required in the same way ingllsh and Arithmetic are. What are your thoughts? -COLLEGE STUDENT Dear STUDENT: Right on! I too look my first real nutrition course in college -- and it o p e n e d my eyes..not that my mother hadn't tried to teach me proper eating habits, but that's lumped under "Eat your vegetables, lioney," and (excuse it, Mom) lo be ignored if possible. Secondly: Most kids are looking for Jobs in high school. So why should training in how to make out applications, approach future bosses, etc. be limited to business courses? Thanks for your good suggestions--let's hope they're read by school administrators everywhere! -- SUE UJ ui Q ui « w HOLD IT, MINWIS! · \f YOU'RE- 60ING TO COM IN HE-RE. LIKE YOU DIP -- SIT THERE AT THE END OF THE BAR AMD MAK6 A SPECTACLE Of Y LPT'S HAVE SOME S6RVIC6- POWM HERE I ui ui I CAN MV OWN TV PROS-RAMS t-M- THERE'S NOTHING LIKE EATING TO TAKE YOUR MIND OFF FOOD/ Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FO RSUNDAY, SEPT. 15, 1D74 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some good news or friendly cooperation should aid you in lerfecting long-rairge plans. itu.dy new trends, developments. TAURUS (Apr 21 to May 21) A satisfactory day indicated, but the good will of other's will be important. Stress your amiable side, therefore, and speak abruptly to no one. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You can coast on your laurels for awhile, if you do not actually waste time or dissipate talents. The restful day is also valuable, indulged with proper purpose. Romance favored. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Some complicated situation:, indicated. Be sure you have all Tacts before making decisions. Whether day is for recreation or you have strenous tasks, be philosophical. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Generous influences should help you to capitalize on your ideas instead of keeping them in the thought stage. A novel touch, an efficient approach will pay off. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Give of your best to those who have proven worthy in the past, but do not waste your time or generosity on schemers or chislers. Be alert to the motives of all. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Stellar influences now warn against unstable notions anc weak or deceptive associations; also indifference, which leads one nowhere. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Don't look askance at those who disagree with you or ex press "way out" ideas. On con sideration. you may find tha they contain germs of wisdom Overall, a promising day. "AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) A splendid period for proceeding onward to your goals. "f you are not working, at least ;et in some good planning, jood news in the p.'m. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A day in which to emphasize olerance and understanding. Grant leniencies that please, without forsaking fair standards. AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) Impulsiveness MUST be avoided now. Also, tempera- menlalism and going to extremes. In routine matters, you should do well, especially if you maintain a flexible attitude. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Be patient if thiivgs don't go quite according to plan. An un- 'prcseen, but necessary, allera- ,ion of your program could prove quite beneficial in the ong run. YOU BORN TODAY are artistically inclined, but may also have a leaning toward the sciences, since you have tremendous patience with research and detail work, about which you are intensely meticulous. You are extremely trustworthy and would make an excellent confidential secretary or, on a higher plateau, statesman or diplomat. Gregarious and usually easy-going by nature, you can, at times, however, become excessively moody -- especially if others do not live up to your high standards and ideals. You have a great love of home and family, a wholesome and philosophical outlook toward life. Fields in which you coujd especially succeed: writing, teaching, the law, medicine and the theater. Birthdale of: Wm H. Taft, 27th Pres. U.S.A.: James Fcnimore Cooper, Amcr. novelist; Alhrecht Waldstein, Bohemian Gen'l. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Hasten' Individual Championship Play) Morth dealer. Neither side vulerable. WEST *_ NORTH 4 K Q 1 0 V K6 5 3 4 87 * A Q 5 3 EAST A 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 South making twelve tricti« against any method of defense. He wins the diamond lead with the king and cashes four clubs and the ace of hearts. He then leads the ace of spades, peing careful to play the queen : rom dummy, at which point this becomes the position: North ¥ QJ 1 0 9 7 4 2 V 8 · Q J 1 0 9 B 3 * -*_ ,4109876 SOUTH * A J 9 V A * A K 5 4 2 + K J 4 2 The bidding: East South West Pass 14 4V Pass 6 NT North 1 + Pass of Crossword By Eugene Sheffer Opening lead -- queen diamonds. Here is a hand from the 1961 Bridge Olympic contest. The directed contract was six notrump, to be played by South against the queen of diamonds ead. With East showing out on ,he diamond lead and West showing out on the first club lead, and also in the light of :he bidding, declarer learn fairly soon how the opponents' cards are divided. The hand then becomes an exercise in good card play. 37 Possesses 38 Hue 11 Biblical name 12 Dance step 45 So be it 46 Outer covering of corn 48 Biological factor 49 Fuss 50 Region 51 Ainu 52 Skin tumor 53 Edible flesh ACROSS 1 Rapid 5 Greek letter 8 Fish }2 On the sheltered side · 13 Loki's daughter 14 Woodwind 15 Indian food 17 Relax 18 Golf mound 19 Bird 20 Poker stakes 21 Lettuce 22 Hasten 23 Flavor 26 Roars 30 Culture medium 31 Oriental coin 32 Concept 33 Ivy League college 35 Murky 36 Remunerate Answer to yesterday's puzzle. DOWN 1 Datum 2 Medicinal plant . Withered 4 Decimal base i. Masticates 6 Cure 7 Ailing 8 Masculine · name 9 Incite 10 Flower 11 Caresses 16 Heath Avg. solution time: 22 mln. 20 Be in poor health 21 Certain breads 22 Chicken 23 Pouch 24 Past 25 Common value 26 Babylonian god 27 Strange 28 Married 29 Speak 31 Cunning 34 Auditory organ 35 Chief 37 Wading bird 38''Enclosure 39 Augury 40 Afford 41 Was · conveyed 42 Unadulterated 43 On the ocean 44 Card game 46 Crow's cry 47 Radio amateur 18 19 ',9 15 46 26 S7 14 53 42 10 28 u 29 West V Q J 1 0 » J109 East Immaterial South * J 9 · A S 4 2 The lead of the nine of spades forces West to part with either a heart or a diamond, and South's play from dummy depends on what West plays. If West discards a heart, declarer wins the spade with the ten and plays the K-x of hearts to make the slam. If West discards a diamond, declarer wins the spade with the king and plays the K-x of hearts to make the slam. The spado combination is the key to the hand. Declarer handles the suit in a manner that forces West to commit himself before declarer exercises the option of which suit he will establish. PONYTAIL "I told Mr. Dyer you've been helping me with my horn ework, Da ddy... he s aid I'd ha ve better ludt dotag U myself!" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR, Readen respond more nulckly and favorably whcm given complete, or definite information, MAKE IT EASY for th* reader-prospect to reach you. Alway* Insert your telephone number or your name and address. H you do not have regular hours, glvt a preferred time to have pro*p«ct* call you, PLACE YOURSELF In the reader's position and ask yourself what you would like to know (about your offer). Th» aiuwer you £ive will make a food Classified ad. WANT ADS TFIAT FAIL to bring satisfaction do so, not throufh any lack of readership, but because they do not contain enough information to set prompt action, THE GREATEST READER ATTENTION can b« secured for you* advertisement by ordering coruecutive insertions. You con Atop your ad in tha event of results and then pay only for the days U w*i publtjhed, Ther« ara also very ipeclal rate* for thot* who ar*

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