Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 1, 1974 · Page 5
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 5

Ukiah, California
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Monday, July 1, 1974
Page 5
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Sweet Tooth ACROSS 1 Fruit 5 — Alaska 10 White 12 destination 13 Gangster, A1-- H Count of Monte Cristo IS Finaish lake ( 16 Palm fruit 17 Far East coin 18 Adolescent years 20 Grimace 23 Italian poet 24 Moslem magistrate 25 Royal house of Scotland (pi.) 28 Beloved of Daphnis 29 Sweet .substance 30 Filled shells of pastry 32 Seed covering 33 -— Cake 34 Rain- soaked 35 Eucharistic plate 36 Sweet fruit 39 Greek goddess of discord 40' Inclined. trough • 42 Sugared candy 45 Sets of bells 46 Biblical - mountain 47 Go back 48 Certain toys .. 49 Native . minerals DOWN 1 Asian country 2 Roman god of love 3 Ofcurrency 4 Compass -point 5 Mischievous children . 6 British composer 7 Case for tools 8 Night before unni :iLi nnnu union nnniram nnmmmnnnr* nno Pinnn nnn •nt3 nnon tma nnnnn sinnn nnnn nnojuuiju UUHUUHH nrann nnnn nonnn eon rannn nnn nnn nnnn nnn nnnnnnnnn nnnnra raanu auavs nuawn 9 Moines. Iowa 10 Sports standouts il" Narrow • road 12 "Bell for 16 Cakes, for example 19 Superlative suffix 20 African country 21 Scent 22 American specialties 23 Chinese monetary unit 24 Short conversation 25 Irish playwright 26 Rent 27 Distinct part ', 28 Decisive point (coll.) 31 Mint 33 Swoon 35 Malayan vessels 36 Gaseous exhalations 37 Brain passage 38 Heroic deed 39 Spanish i-iver 41 Bee home 42 Sea inlet 43 GokHSp.) 44 Negative vote 45 Blood "money (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Ann Landers 52-year-old is still a kid Dear Ann Landers: My husband spends money like it was going out of style. He buys, anything he wants, no matter what the cost. If it's another gun for $250, fine and dandy. A third camera for $150 is O.K., too. He thinks nothing of paying $40 for a pair of shoes. I won't tell you what his suits cost. You'd get sick. His closets are jammed, yet he keeps buying, buying. This man makes $20,000 a year and he's no kid. He's 52 years old. When I ask him why he continues this mindless buying, he says, "Because I never had anything when I was a kid and . now I can have whatever I want." We are always broke and the bills are stacked all over the place. The doctor says that's why I have week-long headaches and high blood pressure. Do you think I can change him or should I just give up? We've been married five years. — Busted In Illinois Dear Busted: You say he's no kid. Well, I have news for you. He IS a kid. Forget about changing him. No way. Now that you have an opinion from your doctor, I suggest you. get one from your lawyer. Your letter contains too many, unanswered questions, -such as —do you work? Do you have money from a previous marriage? Do you get an allowance? This I can tell you; no man is worth week-long headaches and high blood pressure. Dear Ann Landers: With all your contacts, surely you can find some help for us. . Our 16-year-old son is a problem. He refuses to admit it. He rejects all efforts to get him to a counselor. He says, "Everything is just fine." Outside the home he is bright, outgoing, charming and downright attractive. The minute he walks through the door he's a different person — sullen, disrespectful, uncooperative, selfish, inconsiderate, hateful and mean. We have evidence that he is breaking the law. 1 won't go into detail but what he is doing could have serious repercussions. He considers^ the law regarding such activities stupid and refuses to listen when we tell him he could get into, serious trouble. This boy Is making our Uvea a living hell. There is no peace of mind from day to day. He laughs when we warn him to keep within the law. He says we are squares and that he can handle his own life., We need help and we need it now^Please, Ann, guide us. —Desperate Parents. Dear Parents: It's only a . guess* but I suspect^our son is smoking p<& This might sound loonyjtoyoW^ that you aMyoi»StBS^ go for counseling and learn how to handle your anxieties about the boy. It may be that your overreacting may be compelling him to defy you. Ask your family doctor to recommend a counselor, or the county or state mental health society can help you. Did begin By itUTH YOUNOBLOOD. HONOLULU (UPI) — President Nixon's problems with the Internal Revenue Service and Watergate didn't surprise Dr. Robert M. Gibson a bit. The dentist claims he knew, Nixon's presidency wouldn't be smooth once he had seen hint smile. Gibson, who contends that smiling is a basic form of body language, .said he knew Nixon would defeat Sen. George McGovem for the presidency because "Nixon has a big smile, and McGovem has a rather bland one.". "Nixon's smile showed strength," Gibson said, but a "threatening cuspid, the pointy tooth three off the center shouldn't be quite as pointy as President Nixon's," indicating to Gibson there was trouble' ahead, "A slightly rounded cuspid takes away the sharp look," Gibson said. "It's friendlier. Nixon has a big smile, but it isn't necessarily a sincere one." The 46-year-old dentist who specializes in capping'teeth said he became interested in smiles years ago when he saw that his patients weren't displaying his work to the best advantage. "For years I've been doing cosmetic reconstruction," Gibson said. "I can understand people covering up poor teeth, but even after the work was done, many patients still weren't showing their teeth when they, smiled." So Gibson started explaining, to his patients during their treatments "how important smiles are, how they are a way of showing others the best in you." , . "A good smile comes from the inside out,*' he said, "starting way deep down in your heart and ending in the smile in your eyes." While capping the teeth, .Gibson would tell his patients about the techniques he has developed to improve a smile. Many were pleased with the results of his -advice, word spread and soon local politicians started asking Gibson for suggestions on how to improve their smiles. "You want your smile to reflect the best in you," he said. "You can say what you want about yourself through a smile. "At first, of course, people are very self-conscibus when they practice smiling. But after a while they get the hang of it and what a difference it makes. "I tell my patients that every morning after they've finished brushing their teeth, they should smile up a storm. •- 0 "SfandtrfronT of the morror, start with a small smile, and work up to a big wow of a smile," Gibson said with a big full smile lighting up his face. "Start with a little smile, the one you use when somebody opens a door or stands aside to let you go first," Gibson said. "Make a good arc with your lips and show the tips of your upper teeth." A basic rule of a good smile is "show your teeth," Gibson said. "People who smile without showing their teeth tend to be secretive:" Gibson recommends that during practice sessions, hold the small smile for 10 seconds, then move up to the "half smile, the 'I'm glad to see you smile.'" - Then comes the big moment, the full smile, the "you have just won a trip to Paris smile," Gibson said, "with upper lip puffed, eyebrows slightly lifted, ' most of the upper teeth and the tips of the lower teeth showing Todays Thoughts Presented by Rod Zimmerman You can call it the 4th of July - or Independence Day. The name Is unimportant. How we feel about »t and what we do about It are far mofe'Important- ^ „ . ^j, . „ How thankful are we, for example, for the "self evident truths'' stated In the Dec aratlon of Independence? Do we truly understand what It meant m the Inherent and Inalienable rights of men? Are we taking our Independence for fl/artted? Are we doing everything we can to protect the American principle of rule by law administered by men, and safeguarding against a rule by men who want (and sometimes do) enforce their own rules? Are we mindful of «he «KW ^Mtoln-fl -r fr n* wflrk n™ywpant»? Are we Mcerrlalny o^rlgWt to W governed by men 1 or our choosing* Ar„ we safeguarding against those who would govern without the consent of the governed? Critical questions? Yes Indeed I In our day of pleasure on the 4th, should not these sort of questions be thought about and be discussed? 925 N. State St. ZIMMERMAN'S MORTUARY Monday, July l. "1*74 Ukiah Daily Journal, Uk/ahlwaHf.— 4 s woes with a smile? and lips in a wide arc. "Watch to see that you are smiling evenly, that both ends of >your mouth are going up at the same angle. An uneven smile" can look like a sneer." Teeth suggest all sorts 'of personality traits to Gibson, who is in the midst of writing a book about smiles. Correcting or capping poor teeth, he em­ phasises, can convey a positive outlook'where a negative impression was left' on others, before. "A thin upper lip stretched over the teeth is a hostile smile," Gibson said, even though the person may .not want to reveal that he is angry. "A chipped tooth suggests aggression. Small, square teeth have done a lot of grinding and suggest a tense, determined, even stubborn person. "People who smile without showing their teeth tend to be secretive." Gibson considers* 5 John F. Kennedy the president with the best smile, followed by Dwight Eisenhower and Franklin D. Roosevelt. The best living smilers in Gibson's opinion are Princess Grace of Monaco among women and skier Jean- Claude Killy among men. . AWARD RECIPIENTS — The smiling, trio of Masonite Corporation Hardboard .Division employee, left' to right, Fred Chase, Jack Forrester and John Wagoner received checks totaling 12,900 recently as a part of the mill's Suggestion Award Program. Each man's suggestion deals with a labor or cost reduction mechanism applicable to the area in which he works. This fljGgram to reward employes for improvements they suggest to management has been on going for a number of years. Wilson's! Wilson's! ilson's! WiTs on' ilson's! Wilson's! tlson Get Up to JULY X \ "FREE MERCHANDISE with Hie purchase of '500 at regular retail. Does not apply to prior purchases. m See How Much FREE 1 Furniture you Get YOURS IN FREE ITEMS $100.00 $ 80.00 $60.00 $ 40.00 $ 20,00 WITH THE PURCHASE OF: $500 or more $400 to $499 $300 to $399 $200 to $299 $100 to $199 » • « • • • « • » V 1 In -JULY Ms V Cfl (0 Discount offers in this ad apply only to regular stock merchandise at regular floor prices, and are limited to purchases of $100 or more. Offers made in this ad do' not apply to specials offered in past nor future ads. Sorry, no stamps nor premiums. Mon. thru Sat. 9:30 to 5:30 Thurs. till 9; Sun. 12- 5:00 i I son's! I I Wilson's!) n tvjiiM.yii CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE... TURNITURE & APPLIANCES PAYMENTS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET! iiWilson'siiyrWilson ^sTi ^l

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