Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 3, 1974 · Page 17
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 3, 1974
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GEMINI' (May 22 to June 21) Weigh proposed undertakings and their possible outcomes before taking action. You may want to revise plans a bit. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Lunar influences good! Without too much trouble, you should 'be able to breeze through the day with fine results. Aids: Good timing in your approach and practical execution of plans. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) You may not have as mucl leeway in carrying out your ac livities as you hope for, bul all sincere effort will bring reward, nevertheless. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept.' 23) A good period for taking con structive action on a projeci which you may have had in mind For some time. With gooc planning, you should be able In put it over now, LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You may feel somewhat sty mied in your plans, but skies are clearing for faster advance mcnt toward desired goals Have patience! SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Quiet steps may be the mos important ones now, but thej must be steady, knowing ones directed only toward mos NOT VOUR PIANO, sweetie. DOWN THE SEWER" VOW-l- BE HAPPY TO KNOW 1 IVEMAOE YOUR NEXT PAY V /·you WORPV ASOUT MONP/ (TOO MUCH, UJCLESCROOGE.' t'A\ OAO VOU FEEL| THAT WAVjDONALO OONT vou KNOW IWONEV TWB SOOT -lOF ALL EVIL? CHECK $10 LESS EVIL/ Sue is spending the'nighl with me, and are we lucky.. .she brought her WHOLE record collection!" FRANCES DRAKE Your Dail Horoscope THC FOVIW PAG6? PUT TH*T OOW? PWSWERS MOT PEfUMTTtP TO REAP NEWSPAPERS. NOT EVENING FUNNY PAGE? EMO.ISH- 1 LANGUAOE HEWS- FWER.' .GO 4 AHEAD/ Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRIDAY, OCT. 4 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Some unexpected moves will call for alertness in all areas. Don't be overly suspicious where it's not-warranted, however. IMTWPRtSt* \W*C6« HWSSHOia TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Avoid. '3 tendency toward pessimism. Why assume that things will not work out? Couple your lively, imagination with your innate practicality, and you can gel around almost any situation. HOW'S NT COJStN, WftRV flCENT ftN'TVWT A WHOLE BOX I HEARTH.!-SOME FtiWLftNDER PAINTED HQRE HOUSE HESTIDPV, -HOW MUCH DID HE / BUfAH SOTTA KETCH A SJ- AHV LAST FU6HT-- TY/MESSAGES? r»TH«tH-5!?B525£ ^WAyroWr^^-^ MM t wave AUHORAPU FIRST* YOU WILL you've LANDED ON MOOM --I'M MOT FAMOUS AMYTHIWG Arkansas TIMES, Ihurs., Oct. 3, 19/4 FAVITTKVILLC. ARKANSAS 17, " ' LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Near, Far Sightedness Are Explained Can you explain Ihr difference between near-sightedness and farsightedness? Miss D.L.K., N.J. Dear Miss K.: I'll t r y , but first I want to emphasise Uiat the mechanism by which we see reflects the perfection of one of the great wonders of the body. Rays of ligh'. enter the eye from all directions. As they pass through the opening of the lens an image is formed on tlic retina. The retina is a highly sensitive inner lining of the back of the eyeball. When these light waves lane on the retina (hey are converted into electrical waves and arried to the brain. Here, by xpereince, the person recog :r.cs the image and learns to ifferenliale between a house human, an animal, or an\ f the myriad images we aily. Nearsightedness, or myopia esults when the eycbal Decomes less round and mon oval. Now ihe light rays striki Front of the retina rathci han directly on it. This cause: disturbance of vision. In near-sightedness, vision i better for near objects than fo distant objects. Farsightedness, or hyperopiai s a condition in which the eye-!'' all is shorter than normal. The : esult is that the light, rays'; assiifg through the lens hit." cyqrxl the normal retina. W i l h this disorder, vision is ; letter for distant images than '- t is for near ones. Is it always necessary to': emove impacted teeth? Mr. H.H., Va. Dear Mr. H.: : If impacted teeth ai'8 a source of infection, or if they ir.pinge on nerves and cause-, listrcss. the dentist gives con-^ siricration to their removal. If. however, impacted teeth do not cause any symptoms here seems to be no reason cr undertaking the removal of he impacted teeth only because they are there. When impacted teeth interfere with the growth structure of the jaw or a f f e c t the normal bife, dentists, after careful evaluation, may come to the conclusion that, they should be removed. Swgical removal is not a routine decision. Rather it is suggested only after all factors;* have been thoroughly invest!-' gated. 'orthwhile objectives. Sires our innate foresight.. .AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec i) A day in' which to tie up loos :nds and make any rcquirec mproycmcnts. Don't, compl :ate situations by acting hastily ir being abrupt with others. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) There are tendencies now oward excitement, undue reae- ion in disappointment,, altering plans needlessly. Be alert to ·our own moods and curb the larmful ones. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A good d a y ! Get out your bag of tricks and launch your let projects -- especially those laving to do with creative in- erests and family affairs. ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Much activity Indicated, and excellent stellar influences avor any number of good endeavors -- including new under- akings you may be planning .0 launch. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a delightful per onality, great integrity and a practicality that helps you put your original atid imaginative ideas over the top. You can add Ihe touch that makes an ordinary job sparkle, put lively enthusiasm into a dull or simple undertaking. You are extremely versatile 'but, in using your many talenls. you concentrate on the more sound and basic aspects of an opus than on its showier side. Thus, in the theater, you would be a better producer than actor; in writing, historical records would have more meaning than a flashy novel. But you do love the arts and should you decide to take one up either vocationally 01 avocationally, music and sculpture would be your best bets. Birthdale of: Rutherford B Hayes. 10th Pres., U.S.A.; Charlton Heston, screen star. South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * K 9 4 V Q 9 7 5 * A 3 6 2 + A6 ' Ul 111 O ui Crossword By Eugene Sheffer WATCH THESE ui 0 X HATE TO WITH YOLi SIR. ACROSS 1 American socialist 5 Faucet S Sloping passage 32 Seed covering 13 Inlet 14 Charles Lamb 15 Evident 17 Cooling devices 18 Sever '19 Cogitates- 21 Former Prussian province 21 College official 25 Matures 26 Traded 30 Female ruff 31 Marriage proclamation 38 Eggs S3 Recapitulations (Music) 35 State of mind 36 Lyric poems 37 Heads 38 Biblical mount 41 Heir 42 Continent 43 Prairie State 48 -- Trotsky 49 New: comb, form . 50 Scottish Gaelic 51 Small rugs 52 Consume 53 Attica township DOWN 1 Water barrier 2 Epoch 3 Enclosure 4 Cuts 5 Allowance for waste 8 Three-toed skHhs 7 Models 8 Purify 9 Man's name Avg. solution time: 22 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 10 Expensive fur 11 Go by IS Merriment 20 Headwear 21 Salmon 22 S-shaped molding 23 Ooze 24 Scandinavians 26 Tennis court marking 27 Origin 28 Bacchanalian cry 29 Fathers 31 Wait 34 Ovid, et at .35 Fortified 37 Hawaiian food 38Tranqua 39 On the ocean 40 Tumult 41 Opening 44 Meadow 45 Crude metal 46 Doctrine 47 Perceive 5. WELL, IT'S 411 f HER OWN ) FAULT r-^ UI 5 M IT SEEMS THAT HER HYDRANGE ARE DROOPINS UPSET AT OUR GARDEN CLUB MEETINS TODAY 'Hi{ WHV DOESN'T SME 0 ' 1 ^ ·* s( CLOTHE il)Q ^FITI 3i 38 A^ 39 55 28 WEST * Q 10 8 2 V 8 4 3 3 * Q J 10 5 3 EAST *76 5 V 6 » J 107 5 + K 9 8 42 SOUTH * A J 3 V A K J 10 2 4 K Q 8 4 + 7 The tidding: South West North East . ¥ Pass 3 » Pass i NT Pass 5 » Pass i NT Pass 6 » Pass V Opening lead - queen of clubs. A plan of play t h a t offers eclarcr a 75 per cent chance i success is of course not as! ood a plan as one that offers 100 per cent chance. Consider this deal where outh won the club lead with le ace, drew three rounds of rumps, ruffed a club, cashed ie king of diamonds and con- .nued with a diamond to the ace. West showing out, Soutli was faced with the problem of; trying to avoid the loss of ar spade as well as a diamond. ', So rather than stake the out! come on simply a spade finesse,^ South cashed a third round ot/ diamonds and put East on leadi with a fourth diamond. ; East was now forced to' ·elurn a spade and South o[ course followed' low. This;; method of pfay would have bcenj delightfully successful had East iield the ten or the queen, but; with the spades divided as they! were. South finished down one. ' Actually, the odds were 3 to: 1 in favor of East's having the; ten or queen, and [rom that; stand-point South's line of play; had much to recommend it. But; the f a c t is that his course of» play was incorrect because hej failed to spot a 100 per cent' chance for the slam. After leading Ihe king of diamonds, South should, have play-v cd Ihe A-K arid another spader This would have marie the', contract certain regardless of; how Ihe spades or diamonds- were divided. % It could not matter which"--, defender held the queen of,, spades, for that player would; be forced to return a diamond; or yield a ruff and discard.'-; Either k play was sure to elimi-[- nate the potential diamond loser and thus hand South his twelfth'' trick. ' Believe 7t orAbt/ A TURTLE INITIALED Y PERCY t.MUfiLASS OF CAPE IN 1904, WAS SEEN \ A5AlM NEAR HIS HOME Submitted by CHARLES Vi MATH1S, Wild wood by the Sea, KS.J-. DONALD BALDWIU DISCOVERED THE PREHISTORIC , COPPER CULTURE BURIAL GROUNDS INOCOMTO COUNTY, UllSr DATINSBACK 7510 YEARS- HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE Ct/EATl. Readers respond more quickly and favorably when given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to teach you. 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