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THE TIMES- - NEWS, NEPIII. UTAH PAGE SIX Thursday, May 8, 1947 THE FICTION C 1 I lAif j TOWN RolanJCoe 3 BOBBY SOX rSJ l Adam By Eugene Wright CROSS CROSSWORD PUZZLE Sons of . Horizontal 1 Female servant S To discon- Salatien In Next 1 i ll U 9 Iu. Is" I 10 I 6 I? U" tinue on 9 Golf club BECAUSE he had a problem 11 Dawn Louie that morning 13 Skill didn't give much attention to the 14 "The magic 20 18 19 I7 man who got in his cab except to notice that be had an old, tired face 16 city" Prefix: not and looked as though he might have 17 Note of zi 22 25 123 money, and when he heard his paschromatic scale senger say, "Grand Central," he 35 27 26 pp 28 29 pulled out from the curb in a hurry 18 He defeated Johnson Jack to down a street side and swung 31 32 3i in 1915 Fourth avenue. 20 French for He hadn't had a decent fare that "I" 34 135 38 139 W' morning and his time would be up 21 Military cap 23 noon. he at Grand Central, Powerful knew, 41 42 43 gsp44 40 would meter about seventy-fiv- e deity 24 Sum cents, and if his fare was in the 15 55 45 47 48 hurry he seemed to be and he got 26 Unaccompanied him there on time he might get a 28 Two ems quarter extra, making it a dollar. 30 At Twelfth street, seeing some 31 Weathercock "54 kind of a demonstration ahead of 34 Public writer 5S Framing in him, Louie tried to which panes go down a side " of glass are 58 59 street to avoid beset This ing held up, but the 36 Note of scale street was filled with 37 Group of Week's No. 12 trucks and he had eight no choice but to fall 40 To genuflect Best 48 To require 39 One who 7 Electrified in line behind the 42 Alas! 51 Slang: levies particle Fiction initiative stalled uptown traf- 44 Bones 8 One who imposts 53 Music: 41 Hungarian fic. His mouth drew 45 Nook shows as written endurance composer down at the corners 46 Remote 55 Molten lava 43 Colloquial: 9 and his hands tightened on the 49 110 57 Land fanciful story garment Ram steering wheel as he read the signs 50 measure 47 Pen for pigs 10 Colloquial: 52 Cubic meter and banners a group of demonstra to vex 53 Pronoun tors were carrying. Answer t Paula Number 11 11 Chalice "Darn fools," he said. "Ain't we 54 Flimsy 12 Archaic: SlAlCl T. R.AP S.JP E.D got troubles enough right here with 56 Tidier to anoint out people worryin' about what goes 58 Colloquial: 15 To mitigate P pis' c E dispute on in Spain and China and them pe aR 18 Hoisted 59 To come out 0 A C HK ONE other foreign countries?" 19 House for even a In l a c eI3b e d e c Ik A faint smile played over his paspigeons E R had He 22 face. Armed band 25 ill. sagging grim, senger's Vertical L E S TOO I ITE A R A L 25 Small pies made a large donation to foreign o DEiba a 27 Comparative relief himself, he remembered, 1 Girl's name nqc lA Si Ev eR suffix VHY V E R IT about three months ago. He could 2 Siamese coin Oer 29 Pronoun a l eDw yTo m i ng make good use of that money, now. 3 Indefinite 32 Exists e r rE 0 B p a nominative "You don't believe," he asked, 33 Negative 4 Prefix: half "in charity?" 34 Parodies 5 Riding whip "Not that kind!" Louie exhibited mod e a n e w 35 Cancels 6 City in his strong, troubled profile. "Not ? Series 38 To shun Chaldea when there's people in this country needing it just as much as they do over there." up for the lost time. "But I'll meet about, he thought And suppose this man had died after he'd given him him some day," he said. MAN gazed admiringly at For some time the man behind his blood. Died with his blood in his THE the lustrous hair, thick, him gazed directly through the veins. He'd never thought of that healthy color of his neck and cheek. windshield. He seemed to be un- before. And he didn't like it, some"You," he said, "look strong and aware of the fact that his face was how. n healthy." mirin full view of the guess you're right," he said, "I'd be in a pickle," Louie told ror. He looked very old, and very his"Ihead lowered as he tore the slip him, "if I wasn't." tired. from his meter and handed it back. "In what way?' "I see what you mean," he said "After all, he didn't know me from Louie shrugged. "You can't supand Louie could just barely Adam. I guess we all make misfinally, in the on time a part family port him hear above the noise of traffic. takes." his body cab business." And then, we do pay too much atA strange smile lighted the man's seemed to grow rigid between his "I suppose tention to what's going on in other face. His hand trembled as he drew shoulders, "I'm a blood donor." countries and overlook sometimes from his wallet his last hundred For a few moments the man was what's going on right under our dollar bill and pressed it, folded, reflective. were his eyes silent; we mean all right. It's into Louie's hand. noses. But he said finally. "That's interesting," to give to an organizaus easier for "It's never too late," he said, "to sure it's appreciated." "I'm to help groups try to rectify those mistakes." "You might think so." Louie gave tion that's rigged up to look around than it is a short laugh. "The last guy I gave of people for people who need help. my blood to threw me out of his yourself apartment He was practically JF YOU were to meet the man dead. If I'd refused to make the you gave your blood to and transfusion he would have died. didn't know him you might think to had time have get him a pretty decent kind of a fellow. They wouldn't anybody else. And yet because I A man isn't generally thoughtless or couldn't pay him a month and a bad just because he's rich. Suppose halfs back rent I owed him he had he was caught in a jam himself and me thrown out in the street furni- needed every dollar he could lay Ten Rules for Happiness ture, wife and kids everything." his hands on. Suppose a group of "That seems. . unfair." banks were going to foreclose on You've read, you've thought, "Unfair I" Louie's hand tightened him and he'd lose everything he had a good deal about hapover the steering wheel. "How In the world if they did? A fellow you've heard seen people seek it, You've piness. would you feel if the guy that like you young and healthy, why, most of them You cracked down on you was walking you could afford to lose a million wonder whetherunsuccessfully. there is really any around the streets with your blood dollars. You could make it back to guarantee yourself as much In him? And this guy's rich! He again if you wanted to; and if you way as you think everyone has happiness He'd the given didn't want to you could do some- a money. didn't need to expect right Red Cross to the five thousand bucks thing else. Mivbe these ten rules from the a couple of months before. He's got "But when a man gets along in Cleveland Academy of Medicine will more real estate in New York than life and then loses everything he's help. A learned committee from this he knows what to do with." been working for for forty or fifty academy studied the matter. What Louie put his cab in gear. The years it's apt to be quite as big a it sought was a formula for happier parade had moved on. Traffic was shock to him as it was to you to be living. out ahead. to thin "I'm beginning turned out of your apartment. In The rules are: just praying that some day I'll meet fact, some very good men aren't Have a hobby. A hobby is a that guy. There's some things I'd able to survive such shocks. like to tell him." uge, a storm cellar Into which you man that all know, "For may can duck when stress and storms you "You'd recognize him this man, be dead. You may never see or even on the surface of your life buffet if you saw him?" you him again." about too much. "Only by his picture In the news- hear of his in a With him all had covered strange feeling papers. They Develop a philosophy of life. That up when I gave him the transfusion. throat,d Louie turned his cab into simply means to have a guide by bestreet and drew up which to live. A life without one is Only his arm was sticking out" Forty-seconKalt AP.lrtt1tjf Dvletani.. n.l(kA. Louie crossed Fourteenth street and fore Grand Central station. The guy I swung into the outside lane to make seemed to know what he was talking plan, without goal, without the com-- ! fort of Ideals or truth, Share your thoughts. Companion- ship is essential to personality and to mental health. If anyone lives too long with his own thoughts they can generate explosive qualities that destroy. Confess, confide, consult someone you like. Face your fears and have it out. The world is filled with people running away from fears, but never quite escaping them. Face yours. Overcome them boldly. Balance fantasy in your life with fact Dream, for ail normal beings must, but balance your dreams with acts. Don't fall into the habit of dreaming your life away. Beware of alluring escapes from your troubles but face them realistically and work out a reasonable answer. Exercise moderately In order that you may have physical as well as mental health. Love wisely, for Ufa without love is life witho-j- ' '.jght Don't worry. Trust in time and be patient. There you have the ten rules for happiness. They seem almost too simple to be effective. 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