Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 15, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 15, 1974
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SW FRIEND? WACWA MEtol,B(WfflENP?!W NOT YOUR RMFRIENPI! .. I'M THE JEALOUS TYPE! SCHOOL ...HAVE kOU MET MY BW FKIENO. ' 1NUS? .--* .HOWAWfY.TIMES HAVE i ASKED vou KI05 TO STOP SLAMMING THAT DOOR? EXflCTLV 4271 TTAVES THIS VEAR? OF AUTStNSSi HERE'S .. BUT THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE.' BOCK DANGWFlEtP 1 KELLY TOLD ffS HIS COMIC W THE BAHGKOK POST... [ STRIP VJAS NEVER PUBUSHEP ftNP 8* KELtV MCEE; '- PRrSOH. MEV, «AVB£ KHWSTRWJGTO' mLMESWM-TSlNS. SHE IOOKS LIKE ME/... K ME, { ftNAUV CAUSHT VOU i wosrr HAU. you IN ru. -- J euSSS TWATS TH6 WlCS ON6 PAYS POR aeiN'A /WM/C «5U«. , TO ACCEPT W JUST DON'T ME WORRV NONE, SNUFfY I WON'T SPILL NflRY A DRflP KEERFUL SE DON'T SLOSH NO WE OUT ON TH'WAV BACK HOME, CALEB-I JEST RON SHORT OF CORNCOB STOPPERS W IS MERELY A LORC, eurvo'LIVES WE^WILLMOTOR Y-r UKEA KIWIS.'' THIS IS A SPLENDID Ti*E TO TEACH ABOOF ENSLISH AK*jey. BV SIVINe/VlSALU YOUR AMERICAN Money WHAt'R YOU TALKIM ABOUT ? THAT SRASS . EATIN6.' It's MICE TO SEE YOU EATIMS SOMETHIMS 6ESIPES TlM CANS AMP TRASH 1THOU6HT IT WASAMOUP piece OP SHAS HE'S JUST TRYING TO AVOID SOKTA DOESNT WHO'S THAT CAT? u*"iy -v N * iUli V|ljlll FIRST; I'LL ASK HIM FORA TEN-DOLLAR RAISE-IFHE SAYS 'NO? 1'Lt.COME DO\WNTO nve MR. DITHERS, I THINK ^ OKAX THEN I'LL SETTLE A FIVE-DOLLAR RAISE ·~~^1 IS IM ORDER FOR ME , , AWAV I THINK I SAID THAT Believe/t or Jfot/ 8 · NorthwMt ArfcamcN TIMES, Tumday, Oct. IS, 1974 F*V«TTtVILL«. LAINE w. DURAND , ot- YaVima, Wash, R4RALYZED FROM THE WIST DOWN FOR HIS ENTIRE 22YEAKS, PROPELLED A WHEELCHAIR WHILE KEEPING IT BALANCED ON ITS REAR WHEELS FOR A DISTANCE of s MILES * ·iiMiiiHii^^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Individual Determines Type Of Contact Lens 'of A HUfit STAG; MWSURING- 4FT.,4DISCOVERED MSERMWSX1N 75Q LED THE FINDERS TO BUILD A MONASTERY THEY CALLED ELLWAM6EN, IT IS MOW THE SITE OF THE CITY OP EllWANSEft WUKITEM8ERS FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope I'm anxious to give up my glasses and try contact lenses. Do you have any preferences: hard lens or soft lens? Are both safe? Miss G.L.K., Ohio Dear Miss K.: The shift to contact lenses is not always a purely cosmetic affair. The decision is made with the same exactness and study used to determine correct eyeglass lenses. The advantage or disadvantage of one type of lens over another depends entirely on the individual diagnosis and t h t specific visual needs of the patient. . You cannot choose a lens on the enthusiastic recommendation of a friend. Hard lenses and soft lenses liave individual advantages. You can be certain that your eye specialist will review your own needs before prescribing. arics considerably. Mr. J.E.O., Fl«, Dear Mr. 0.: My immediate suggestion ii that you stop taking your own pulse unless you have been specifically advised to do so by your physician. The pulse rate reflects the rate of the heartbeat. It varies at different limes of the day, ollowing meals, with activity or rest, and with emotional excitement. The pulse rate usually gocj up when one takes his own* This reflects emotional concern. Tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, and many drugs alter the rats of the heart and pulse. I suggest you leave the counting and interpretation to your doctor. It is meaningful to him, but confusing to you when you tak« your own. Is there a pulse rate which consideded normal? I take my own often and find that it S P E A K I N G OF YOUR HEALTH... A protective helmet can be a lifcsaving device for bicycle riders. Look in the section in which |work, sales conferences, labor your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR WED., OCT. 16 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20} You are one of the few in a position to take strong and aggressive action now, but he careful not to "rock the boat." A certain amount of discretion needed. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Influences fairly favorable, but don't consider all decisions made now as final. You may have to revise later in the week. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You may have an unpleasant situation to deal with, or some complexity in a job matter. But your optimism and know-how can turn things to advantage if you don't panic. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Be guided by logic in stress periods. Give anxiety no quarter. Be prepared to cope \vith some minor obstacles which may appear. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Meet competition -- but in a subtle manner, Advancemenl B. JAY BECKER notable in finances, industry, sales and theatrical ventures. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Thought must be day's watch word. Make no important decisions and sign no agreements careful deliberation. Some misleading influences. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Personal matters may need some special attention, perhaps a change of approach. A state of readiness advised -- to cope with the unexpected. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to.Nov. 22) Aspects stimulate your knack handling matters which involve m a n y persons. Espefavored: government negotiations. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. Fine Jupiter influences. Be on he lookout for good leads, projects with . substantial background finances especially fa-, vored. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Don't listen to what .others say when you have reason to believe the source is questionable. Stress your good judgment and objectivity. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) in both job and financial matters, use only time-tested procedures. Don't attempt anything risky now. And DON'T try for the unreasonable. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A relatively, easy day -- once you get the gist of trends and go ahead at a steady pace. Personal relationships highly con genial. YOU BORN TODAY are a very competent person, original in your ideas and uniquely competent in carrying t h e m out. Your mind is keenly logical and analytical,, and you often become impatient and critical when those of lesser mental ability fail to follow your reasoning. Try to curb this trait since, being extremely sensitive yourself, you should appreciate how criticism hurts others. You could succeed in almost any field of your choosing, but could especially e x c e l in music, fashion designing, science, research or writing -- especially for the theater. Birthdate of: Eugene O'Neill, playwright; David Ben- Burion, first Prime Minister of Israel; Angelea Lansbury, actress. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH k A 7 5 3 V 9 6 4 4 K 8 S 4 9 5 2 WEST EAST 6 *10 » A K Q J 8 5 2 V 1 0 7 3 · 94 * K 1 0 6 * A Q 1 0 7 6 2 * Q 8 3 SOUTH » K Q J 9 ' 8 4 2 V - · J3 + A J 7 4 The bidding: South West North East 4* 5V 5* Dble. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer The bidding: Opening lead-king of hearts. The First World Bridge Olympiad was played in Turin, Italy, in 1960. There were 29 teams representing the 25 countries that entered the event. France finished first, Great Britain second, and three United States teams filled the next three slots. Italy was sixth. This story concerns itself not so much with that event as i| does with a scene I witnessed the night the tournament ended The tournament had gone on for 12 consecutive days, e a c h team playing 60 hands daily. Every player had given his all during the exhausting ordeal,.so that by the end of the affair almost everyone was limp as a rag. It was therefore surprising when I returned to my hotel about 3:00 A.M. that night, to find a rubber bridge game going full-blast in the lobby a£ stakes so high they would stagger the imagination. The participants seemed quite relaxed, despite their 12 days of hectic warfare. They were imbibing refreshments of varying strength and apparently found rubber bridge less arduous than the tournament they had just completed. The bidding on this hand was highly unusual -- for not a word was spoken. The sequence went as shown in the diagram, but the bids were all visual. Instead of bidding four spades. South, the dealer, took the . four of spades from his hand and exposed it'ta one and all. West gravely produced the five of hearts to indicate he was bidding five hearts. North entered the spirit of Ihings by placing the five of spades on the table. East thereupon expressed his opinion that five spades could not 'be made by. placing. the ten of spades firmly on the table! East was right, as South quickly demonstraled by going down two. PONYTAIL ACROSS 1 Dance step 4 Val, for one 8 Germ 12 Epoch 13 Large birds 14 Sailor's patron saint 15 Tea urns 17 Broadway hit 18 Menu item · 19 Advanced study group 21 Character inGWTW 24 Loud noise 25 Burmese dialect 26 Adage 28 Optical maser 32 Melodies 34 Disease of fowl 36 To load 37 Weather word 39 A strait 41 Miss Farrow 42 Chinese VIP 44 Meddle 46 Kind of ballplayer 50 French ball 51 Leave out 52 Arctic dogs 56 Anger 57 Buckeye State ,58 Worn groove 59 Sacred chests 60 Domestic pigeons 61 Chinese DOWN 1 Footlike organ 2 Macaw SSe'a'oxeye 4 Dikes 5 Chalice 6 Mongrels 7 Ancient chariot 8 Germinal 9 Ardor ID Austen novel 11 Active one 16 Olive or vegetable .20 Wire sauce measure Avg. solution time: 23 min. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 21 Exclamation 22 Soar 23 One of the Caroline islands 27 Peruke 29 Needlework pieces 30 Miss Adams 31 Posterior 33 Arabs 35 Place 38 Faucet 40 Sacred · interdictions 43 Actor Bean . 45 Hawthorn 46 Rail bird 47 Arabian chieftain 48 Coconut juice 49 Hawaiian ' island 53 Dressier role 54 Two: comb, form 55 Enclosure on farm 22 26 27 43 60 28 40 29 58 30 "No, you may NOT borrow a credit card!" WANT ACTION? Phone 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS For best results, giva full description av« start your Classified Ad for 7 days. You may cancel it when results are obtained. You'll only be charged for UM actual cumber of days th» ad ran.

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