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October 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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"HOW MANY INCHES IN A NAIL? MOM MAW NAILS IN A QUARTER?HOW MAN 1 / HOU) MANY WHATS IN A WHO? HOW MANY,, UJKQSJM A WM/\T?j Believe JtorJVbt/ mi .-- I I n u - 1 i^ * Jv(50HAf?OTO,) X @ \ TELt-US » ^ |W UNOT«ING/' YEAHBUTl I THBV DO / _.'·· IT WITH \ 'l\ SUCH GffEAT 1 ' SINCERITY WE GO IN A MIMUTE^. 1 YOURNWAEISFOOFY, " ISN'T IT? REAL NAMEtS PRUPEWCE BRADY. DON'T BE AFKAIP, FOOFV. I'M AM. OlD HASP AT'WIRE'WALKWG. I'VE CROSSED NIAGARA FALLS AMP THE CRATER OP A VOLCANO. A. MERE GORGE K EASY, 50 GIAD, REALltf WAS UORRIFiP. YOU suvs is A WRBGH TAa TEAM WTW WHOM *V AW*3 wew,, CAPITALIST CAR IKPUJTRV POWERS ISING "· Q.BVER, NO? UH--IT'S OXIN 1 TO POUR DOWN RAIN, LOWEEZV-- I BETTER err ON BACK HOME · -AN 1 THEN SA1RV SAYS TO ME- DADBURN FAIR-WEATHER F R I E N D ! ! Ul Z CO ONLY IF YO'IS SHORE yo WRII" POWM WHAT AH Tote yc/tf- ARE you SURB you WANTTORIW THIS AD IN THE "LOWPOM I DONT THINK THE BUILDIMS COOLP SURVIVS irrr- THIS OrJS IS OM THE MOUS5/ M I N N I E SITTING TrlEKE IN TI4AT SUNBEAM ' : i.. I. BRIDGE BLOWN UP IN WOKLDWAR.tr/ WAS REBUILT WITH THE ORIGINAL ST.ONSS Northwest Arkanio. TIMES, Friday, Oct. 55, 1974 FAYCTTEVILLI, ARKANSAS 15 LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D. Game May Be Too Hard On Husband PlGS ARE CARRIED ·*TO MARKET ! VIETNAM, My husband is 45 years old.isporl lo exhilaration without ex- He plays handball every Sun- hauslion. day. When he conies home, he is so exhausted that he can hardly talk or eat. Isn't this too strenuous a sport for a man of his age? Mrs. W.W., Calif. Dear Mrs. W.: Handball, especially four-wall handball, is strenuous. Ever] younger men find the exertion so great that they limit the number of games they play, and reduce the stress by playing doubles. Certainly, some f o r m of exercise is beneficial to everyone. Physicians urge even those who have recovered from severe illness, including heart attacks, to FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which | your birthday comes and f i n d ; what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SAT., OCT. 26 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You can fashion this day much to your liking if you lake into consideration the necessary involvements of others. Travel and social activities especially favored. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) False impressions, unpleasant altercations may crop up in your vicinity. Be ready, eager to quell them. There's more than one way lo get around undesirable situations. Find it! GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A day in which you can really allow your imagination free rein. New ideas, generated by fine Mercury influences, can be immensely beneficial to your career. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) This day's success will depend largely upon your men tal attitude. Do not be disappointed it all your wishes are not granted immediately. Take delays in stride. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Don't abandon an enterprise just because someone else maj not be enthusiastic about it. bu listen to his ideas anyway There could be some angles yoi have overlooked. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Familiar matters favored rather than new undertakings You may encounter tension in some areas. Keep your balanct and look at the bright side o things. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) An excellent period for ihven lions, new ideas, new method^ and means of approach, making adjustments and dealing ir issues pertaining to the future. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Try a strategy that worked in the past if a new one i: not producing. The right star and "follow through" will keep you master of all situations. plan a sensible program of exercise without exhaustion. But it is a great mistake for the middle-aged athlete lo com pete with his memory of the ithletic accomplishment of his vouth. People who are in good shape and who m a i n t a i n a regular regime of active exercise can course, do more strenuous exercise. The "once-a-week 1 player -must scnsibl ylimit his How soon a f t e r a cold can I visit my little granddaughter? Mrs. G.M., Tenn. Dear Mrs. M.: It doesn't matter how long you wait after your cold. You'll probably ue blamed anyhow if the child comes down wilh a cold shortly after you leave! Seriously, you can feel free of contagion if you wait about week after you have fully recovered from infection and return to normal activity. There is a temptation to coo over babies in a crub 6r carriage. In this way, l i n y , droplet s of saliva can carry infection to them. It is a (toad :dea not to talk directly "at" them. Kissing children on or near :he lips is an excellent way to transmit infection. The lop of the head is a safer place to bestow devotion. Sneaking of your health... Over-the-gounter e a r wax dissolvers can he effective, hut can also cause severe irritation of the delicate linin gof the ear. They should be used with ths utmost care. AG1TTAR1US (Nov. 23 to Dec Not a spectacular day, bu' riendly for personal develop ·nent; also for experimenting traightening out complications nd making long-range plans. ;APRICORN ( Dec. 22 to Jan 10) Strategy and common sense vill be the biggest factors in naking a successful d a y . THINK your way through complicated situations. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Aspects fairly bright but here may be hidden suags, conditions with which to reckon carefully. No jumping to conclusions! Hear others out fully. ISCES (Feb. 20 lo Mar. 20) Look for some changing situations. Be alert, ready to .ake quick action, and be uided by procedures which iave proved successful in the past. YOU BORN TODAY: The native of Scorpio is a brilliant magnetic and usually powerful individual. Those born on this particular date, however, are usually more warmhearted and sentimental than their counterparts; also have a touch of the poetic and the mystic not always found in the Scorpmn. You have tremendous business acumen and may start life out in the fields of commerce or banking but. later in life, could quite possibly, abandon the whole thing (even though successful), to pursue either a more intellectual or artistic career. These leanings are within you from birth and you will probably never be content until you have given them a true outlet. You may take up art. literature or music as an avocation -- and wind up successfully commercializing it. You may have an affinity for science also, and, in this area, would he happiest in medicine. Birthdate of: Mahalia Jackson, noted gospel singer. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) You have the following hand, uoth sides vunerable: *KJG3V J874+ 652 *K3 1. Partner bids. One Heart, which you raise to Two Hearts. Partner bids Three Clubs. What would you bid now? 2. Partner bids One Heart, which you raise to Two Hearts. Partner bids Three Diamonds. What would you bid now? 3. Partner opens One What would you respond? 4. Partner opens Three Hearts. What would yoi respond? 5. Y o u r left-hand opponen opens One Heart. Partne doubles and your right-han' opponent bids Four Hearts What would you bid now? Club. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Mimicked 5 Base S Foray 12 A lover's song 14 Otherwise 15 Served as chairman 16 College official 17 Coaled with sleet 18 Abandon 20 Portion 23 French novelist 24 Comfort 25 Desserts '28 Humor 29 Protuberant 30 Deface 32 Motor trucks (Brit) 34 Sting 35 Grains 36 Small creatures 37"Fruit 40 Spanish article 41 Pub specialties 42 Respired 47 Cud-chewing mammal « Purify 49 Hardens 50 Printer's measures 51 Arabian country DOWN 1 Snake 2 Through 3 Before 4 Wish 5 English title 6 Lyric poem 7 Marriages 8 Body of water S On the sheltered side 10 River in Bavaria 11 Impression 13 French resort Avg. solution time: 25 min. 19 Whirlpool 20 Stitch 21 Greet 22 Concerning 23 Red, in Heraldry 25 Appropriate 26 Discharge 27 Gratify 29 Mythical king o£ Britain 31 Thing (law) 33 Exposes' to great heat 34 Cafe 36 Ditch 37 Purses 38 Medicinal plant 39 Tidy 40 Minus 43 Tropical drink 44 Type of meat 45 Greek letter 1. Four hearts. Partner want to know whelher you have minimum or maximum raise His three club hid indicate extra values and a suit whcr he needs help. Your doubleto king is probably just what he' looking for. As your value have risen greally because o the club bid, you should accep partner's invitation to game b; jumping to f o u r hearts. 2. Three hearts. Here you hand has depreciated in value for you lack of a good diampm fit and the chances of makini game plummet accordingly You therefore bid three heart tell partner thai his diamond id doesn't interest you. 3. One heart. In general, with wo suits of equal length, you id the higher ranking one, and n this basis it could be argued lat the proper response is a padc. However, this rule has n i m p o r t a n t exception, ameiy, the case where you iavc a weak hand that you p l a n 0 bid only once before dropping lut of the picture. The advantage of responding 1 heart is that if partner has our-card length in either najor. you find the t r u m p fib right away (for he will bid a spade if he lacks heart support). But if you respond one spade, you may never locate the heart fit if partner has four of them. 4. Four hearts. You don't raise to game expecting lo make H, but rather to cut the opponents out of five clubs or diamonds, which they seem likely to he able lo make a f t e r your partner's preemptive bid. This aggressive tactic may very well succeed if the missing high-card strength is evenly . divided. i. Four spades. As partner is marked with a singleton or void in hearts, you can probably make at least four spades. Of course, you could double four hearts and probably beat it a trick or two, but bidding four spades is likely to produca a better result. PONYTAIL Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 46 Lair "Let's grab a bite to eat.,1 know a great place.. .your house!" WANT ACTION? 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