Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 23, 1974 · Page 33
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 33

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 23, 1974
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Horoscope ILL KT 5EETHOVEN NEVER COMPIAIN6P WHEN A CUTS FUSS?, FUSSf. FUSSY? CMICK SET A Gift.55 OF MY P1ANO...THE ASSMHHEAV6 LEMONADE ON HIS PIANO. 1 .' IN VW PAY ENVEUDPE 11 FOUND THIS R3ADAW) WITH A BIG-CIRCLE AROUND TIMBUKTU.') leUSPECTVOU'BE TRMNGTO GETME OFF MXJR RWROLU. WHAT \\AK6S YOU SAY THAT? DUALLY, FROM ACROSS THE GORGE,PAPA CHEW Ap P EA *S OUT OF THE .DARKNESS. THERE'S /TAKE UP f^ 1 SIACV; i f t i 1VA A FOOL... TOO OLD:.,LOST MY TOUCH. MUST NOT LISTEN TO THE ROAR OF i THE CATARACT \ : BELO\AJ, DON'T TRY TO HURRY, PAPA. VOUR KELLY ' HOT A HIGH-WIRE MAN MY ·PEAR, O H J I EXPECTED KELL-Y.' ANCHORED THE CABIF. LOTSA ROCK STARS, HUH" WOW 170 YOU PISSES THAT. CHURCHV? SO, CHURCHY, WHAT IS YOU DISCOVERS!? IN ·WgypeAl.INVOl.MMe YD' TSAV6LS 10 UONPON, PRiSCO AN' HOC YAWK? -LUKEV'S ) BOUND / VE GOT IT PART ARE YOU BOUND AN' ^ *£?*£.*»}*££ DETERMINED TO KEEP LUKEV FROM PLAYIN' CARDS TODAY. ELVIWEV? OH, WHUT A CULTCHURAL STIR THE CHIPS SLOWLY IN THE .ONE eur-RATE FISH AND CHIPS, MD'EASX ON THE K6TCHUF5 MILORD.'.'- A CHEAP SHORT- OKPER COOK, US£t UP ALL. ' HOT/ TO B A EN6USH ARISTOCRAT.' ACROSS 1 Zhivago heroine 5 Chinese tea 8 Lombardy province 12 Fragrance 13 Turn to the left 14 Footless animal 15 General receptacle 17 Record 18 Siamese isthmus 19 Scrap 20 Dull pains 21 Weep 22 Cheer 23 ForMics- tion 26 Ahead 30 Discharge 31 River island 32 Woodwind 33 Dueling 35 Support 36 Mortar tray 37 Craze 38 Strikes ~SH£S ALWAYS FALUNS OUT rtp / PWT see. HOW POSSUMS gy YOUR TAILS ' IT IS PIFFtCUUT SOtAS. Of US --TAKE- /AY fan. BUT %'t.U TAKE Tri£fJ\ 1 PON'T CAPE FOR EITHER |||]li» WELL,ANYWAY, [ OUS'OISHWASHER v --i IS SONSJABS -Believe h orNot/ HALL OF FANKEL, GERMAUV, IS LOCATED ABOVE THE TOWN GATE WOMEN BESSARS lk| INDIA, VJEffftnENT-LlKE DISGUISES WITH OPEWMG2 ONLY FOR THEIR EyES FRANCES DRAKE Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Oct. 23, 1974 · FAYETTCVILLI, ARKAMfAt ^^^^ 35 iiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiH^^ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Pledge For Oldsters May Protect Bones My father is heading for a' broken hip. He is careless, lie nurrics and pays no attention to safety. He is 7V years old. I recall a column you once wrole on this subject. Perhaps rereading it would impress him with the need for greater caution. Mrs. G.B., Ind. Dear Mrs. R.: Dr. Carter Rows, of the Harvard Medical School, wrole a pledge which, he insisted, should be signed by every elderly adult. The pledge was based on the fact that fractured hips and fractured bones cause the elderly long and protractec months of pain and inactivity. In most c a s e s , carelessness is the basis for the injury. As one grows older, bones become more brittle and more fragile and are more easily broken by simple accidents and falls. The oledge: "I hereby prom ise my children and grandchild ·en to stop hurrying. "I will not rush to the doo or the telephone. Look in the section in which your bii'lliday comes and find what your outlook is, according ,o the stars. FOR THURS., OCT. 24 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Mixed influences. In all endeavors, be selective and stress quality rather than quantity of effort. News from afar may surprise -- pleasantly. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) ' Things should start picking up for you now. However, a whole new approach to an undertaking already under way could be your best road to achievement. Postpone new ventures. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Do not let yourself he "thrown" by certain. distract i o n s . The well-developed Geminian lias unusual ability to concentrate on his objectives, so put it to use now. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Do not try to change preplanned activities or reverse tactics without giving . others adequate notice. Careful cxpla nation of your, decisions can prevent misunderstandings. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Do not let pvcrp'plimism lead you into making dubious invest ments. In fact, it would be a mistake to make any drastic changes in your financial set-up at the moment.. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) If extra responsibilities are llirust upon you. accept gladly those which you can reasonably handle but draw the line if any one tries to take advantage'o your good nature."... ., . LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Caution urged in business negotiation. Certain factors you may have taken for granted may prove otherwise. Be espe cially careful where details an concerned. SCORPIO (Oct. 2-1 to Nov. 22) A sharp and, in some areas "I will pause a moment when stand up. : "I will be sure of my footing. "I will think before I act.'; Add to this pledge the good ense of using a skidless, specially in bad weather. · Then attach this pledge to a mirror or a wall so that it can ; read often. · Most fractures of the 'hip sccur within the questionable safety of the home. You tan. iclp your father by being gure hat there is excellent lighting n the home. A night light in he bathroom will avoid many ractured hips. Scatter rugs are a source of potential danger unless they are anchored to the floor. -= Highly waxed kitchen ^nd oalhroom floors are attractive sut hazardous. Stairwells are dangerous. An added rail along the wall is an excellent investment in safety. The toys of grandchildren, haphazardly scattered about the room, are a threat to the safety of visiting grandparents. Anticipation is the key to the prevention of accidents. B. JAY BECKER nexpccted surge of activity. Ceep in step with events -- but ,'ithout anxiety. 1AG1TTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec D Certain situations may be nore complex than you realize. void any involvement that ould damage your prestige. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan Morning hours favor the e x c h a n g e of ideas, pro- Jrarnming for future activities, jusiness conferences generally. Accent is on the social after 3 p.m. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Keep both feet on the ground low. There's a tendency to con- use the imaginatively creative vitti the offbeat and impractical. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Be prepared for surprises -especially in social circles. Cer- .ain odd persons or bizarre Iqings may. raise 'your eye- rows. But you will be amused. YOU BORN TODAY have all .he vigor and enthusiasm for life that's typical of the true native of Scorpio, but also contain within your makeup many of the traits of the now descending Libra notably your love of beauty and the arts, as well as outstanding gifts of healing and huinanitar- ianisin. You have fine executive ability, imagination and originality. Tremendously ambitious, you may, at times, overtax yourself in your desire to get ahead and, even though you have been endowed with robust constitution, could r u t ] health and nerves to the ground. Don't! Field in which you could lind your greatest success and happiness: music sculpture, medicine, the theater, journalism or, in the ness world, real estate, banking or merchandising. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * A 3 V A J 9 4 » A 9 8 5 + J 6 2 WEST EAST * K 6 2 *5 V K 6 5 V Q 10 8 3 2 *K 1 0 7 2 » J 6 4 + 1 0 9 8 * 7 5 4 3 SOUTH 4 Q J 1 0 9 8 7 4 V 7 - » Q 3 + A K Q The bidding: South West North .4 A 6* East Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead - ten of clubs. Great foresight is required at times to achieve the best possible result. Take this deal where Wesi led a club against.six spades momentarily abandoned further trump leads in order to first play a heart to the ace and ruff a heart. When he then led a trump to the ace and the king failed to d r o p, South c o n t i n u e d h i s long-range strategy by r u f f i n g the nine of learts and cashing the K-Q of clubs. South now made his bid for ame and fortune by exiting rom his hand with the trump. West won. with the king and laving been shorn of spades, learts -and clubs, was forced ,o return a diamond from the {-10-7-2, in that way handing South the contract. The hand represents a prime example of planning the play. Having noted at trick one that his main chance of making the slam was to find West with the singleton or doubleton king of trumps, South set out to supplement that chance by attempting to establish an end-play position against West -- if he had the guarded king of spades. When the main chance failed, the "subsidiary chance came to Smith's rescue towards the end and. Declarer was undoubtedly lucky to find Wes. with the king of diamonds and precisely three hearts, but this was the kind of luck that fre- Crossword By Eugene Sheffer 41 Hebrew tribe 42 Consumed 45 Timber wolf 46 Slogan 48 First shepherd 49 Miscellany 50 Roman road 51 Head (Fr.) 5Z Honey 53 Glut DOWN 1 Canal 3 Roster 4 Circle segment 5 Reluctant 6 Stop 7 Pointed tool ' 8 Actor's cue 9 Colorful fish 10 Spiritless one '.. 11 Poems 36 Car accessory compartment 20 Swiss river 2 Jewish . 21 Sheriff's month .. : officer Answer to yesterday's puzzle 22 Decay : 23 Ump's partner 24 Uncle(dial.) 25 Loud noise .26 Fruit 27 Sleeveless garment 28 Fabulous bird 29 Scotch river 31 Ampersand 34 Bombyciti moths 35 Judge's bench 37 Lethal 38 Lath 39 Ear part 40 Incite 41 Hamlet, for one 42 Recorded proceedings « Waste allowance 44 Journey in circuit 46 Machine part 47 Pronoun played the queen of spades am finessed. Had South now played another spade, hopui the king, he would have gone quenlly comes to declarer's aid Instead ofputting all his eggi he lays his plans far SniJJc^. he., 197^ W^U to 26 22. 37 20 32. 28 29 "What's the world coming to?.. .1 remember when I could afford three chocolate sodas i" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAB. Headers resnond more quickly «nd favorably when given complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach you. Alwayi insert your telephone number or your name and address. If you do not have Tegular hours, give a preferred time to have prospects call you. PLACE YOURSELF in the reader's position and ask yourself what you would like to know (about your offer). The answer you give will make a good classified ad. WANT ADS THAT FAIL to bring satisfaction do so, not through any lack of readership, hut because they do not contain enough information to get prompt action. 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