Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 21, 1974 · Page 13
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June 21, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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BECAUSE IPIWT CATCH ITi If I WERE COAOU WITH A ft* ALTAR OP 80UMOOARA IM'ALGERIA, WHICH APPEARS TO BE THE STATUE OF A SUPINE HUMAN, MS BUILT BY NC.ROSCQE60RMAN M1LLIN oFosoo, TEXAS WHO TfMJGHTHlMSELr HYPNOTISM IN THE fctil CEKTUKX UOOU TOiKHA GtASS Of WfffEK AND CONVINCE A FATffT FRANCES DRAKE THAT IS RtSrtT, MOfW-- AM ORIENTAL BELLY BANCE?. I. MERCIFUL ffoUR LITTLE BOY'S A GROWN AiAN,"" SHEBA'S BEEN VERY HELPFUL.'* ·«^--J? HEAVENS, V CHRISTY. HECWiSTIU. BLUSH, AND WANTS TO COME TO 'rtmrR ^ BUZ,WHATS t BUT HEHADTUEQUTi ANP THE AMERICA- PEPPER HOPES m?vM\S'4 HAPPENED hweENUtTVto KETRIEVEALMOfr -toll CAM fier UEC A .1OB -- . ,-fOU CAN ser HER A J O B . HEUO/..HEU0. 1 HERNAAIEfS ·SHEBA." PUTYWK* rWPP^P., ^ ' 70 OUR SSINGLE-HANDEDI-Y,THE SNOW ON THE " UTrLE Bt ^ ·--A COIM COLLECTION PHONE. = I'M THE CLEANING LADY. MRS. FAINTED OR SOMETHING. err RID O'THAT CHEST COLD OWORW IWNOTIME.SNUFrV DURNVORE HIDE, DOC!! TH'COLDtS IN MVCHEST! WHEUtrVSHELL, WAS USED .BY* AMERICAN INDIANS ASACERW/AL- CUP Hiiii«iuiiiiii!MiiiiiniiiiiiiHiiiimjiiiiyiii!iiiiiii« GOO'BVE,WCMDg.R MORONI//" X JUST A MOMENT Q' VORE Tl ME ) HAS MADE US ALL FEEL LIKE I GENIUSES ;: Your Daily Horoscope NerrW«« Arimnm TIMfS, Frhtay, Jww 91, 1*74 rAVBTTEVIU.1, UKAMSAS 13 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Flowers May Rob Patient Of Oxygen My mother-in-law said that she read somewhere that flowers, especially roses, were bad for hospital patients. 1 would like your thought on this matter. Mr. P.S.G., Pa. Dear Mr. G.: I doubt that there is any scientific validity that roses are harmful to patients. T h e beauty of flowers and their morale-sustaining loveliness are unquestionable, yar too m a n y patients, however, surrounded by a superabundance of heavily scented flowers, are unaware of the intensity of the fragrance. OXYGEN LACK Doctors walk into a patient's room and are almost stifled by the lack of oxygen in tile room. Flowers absorb oxygen and nnay, in fact, deprive the patient, even in a small measure, of some of his own needs. For this reason, flowers ave taken out of the patient's room at night. It is no great kindness to /erwhelm patients with mas- ve amounts of flowers at the line time. They can be spaced V thoughtful friends and cer- linly the size of the floral gift lould be limited. HAFTA SPREAD MAHSELF. FOLKS NEED. FOLKS LIKE MEAROUNRTO MAKE ^EM FEEL SMART HARVIAP.D AXED ME THAR CAM PUS YOU'P BETTER IS THAT T0P06RAPMICAL. MAP ?! ·THEM MVStF OFF LET MARRf TAWNEEJ THf HteHST CLIFF I CAM FIND.' DESK NEVER INSPECTION, CLEAN FTLIR COOKlB DRAWEE IK HETURMS f HIS KEAD Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find w h a t your outlook is, according ;o the stars. FOR SAT., JUNE 22 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Don't put too much trust in a supposedly "confidential" report. Rumors and conjectures are likely to be rife at Ihis time. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Mixed influences. Expect the unexpected. Others involved in your activities may have misunderstood certain arrangements. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) A day for listening! In even a casual conversation you may pick up a most useful idea where money matters a r e concerned. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) An excellent day for m a k i n g travel plans, whether for pleasure or business. Family concerns also governed by friendly aspects. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) One of those days when a snap decision could t u r n out surprisingly well -- especially if an unusual purchase is involved.- VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Someone in authority will now take action to aid your cause -- increasing your chances for success considerably. You have good reason for optimism. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Watch the hudget now. Reject any ideas for 1 ravel or enier- lairiment which you can't really afford. Tendency is to be reckless. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Your j u d g m e n t a bit off now. Take nothing for granted, even if all seems well. A n d , above all. make no hasty decisions. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. Don't plan any hectic activities. Day will be more satisfactory if you can get off by yourself and do some constructive thinking. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. Don't fret if, it become,, necessary to sacrifice some leisure lime to business matters. Results, will more than make up for your disappointment. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 In Feb. 1) Look for a highly stimulating weekend. Both travel and social activities should prove enlivening. Romance also favored. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) ' A clash of temperaments coulti cause needless friction Don t jeopardize an old friend- snip by becoming overly emotional. YOU BORN TODAY are an extremely practical, conscient ions and self-controlled i n d i v i dual. Generally speaking, y o u are one of our more serious minded and solid citizens bu as a carryover from Ihe now descending Gemini, the sobriety of your nature is lightened by flashes of a brilliant but dry wit and a happy disposition. In all your endeavors, you use striking 'methods and u n i q u e hut completely feasible procedures Like the Geminian, you have a g i f t for words and a talent for music which, properly deve loped, could lead lo great success as a writer, comooser instrumentalist or journalist The theater is also an excellent medium for your lalcnls and with your Cancer-endowed com passion for your fellowman yoL would make an excellent physician, nurse or sociologist. T r a i t ' lo curb: obstinacy and jealousy Birthdatc of: Erich M. R c m a r HUC and H. Rider Haggard authors. " 1lllllll| i»n i"iBiiiiiiwiiii»iiiiiimiiiiiin M iiiffliiiiinniiiMiiMiniiMiiiiin iiuiiiinwa B. JAY BECKER Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Bounder 4 Grate 5 Strip of wood B Sleeveless garment 13 Seed covering M Exchange premium B Art of healing IS Staffs 19 Exist 21 Crude metal 22 Cleaned 26 Blemishes 29 Precious jewel 30 Epoch 31 Nautical term 32 Performed 33 A creche 34 Fasten 35 Girl of song 36 Titled Englishwomen 37 Scoffs 39 Title 40 Stain 41 Lids 4S Excited 48 African country 50 Russian river 51 Exhaust 52 Likely 53 Ogle M Perceives 55 Utilize DOWN 1 Ma chine parts I Incite 3 Literary cnlt 4 Runners 5 Ascend S Transgress 7 Begged 8 Bathes 9 Mature » Metal llWooder trough Avg. solution time: 25 min. Answer to yesterday's paste. 16 Elephant's tusk 20 Caribbean liquor 23 Session M U.S. lake 25 Flounders 2S Weakens 27 Part of face 28 First-class 29 Two-wheeled carriage 32 Abandons 33 Slice 35 Crowbar 38 Vacuum tubes 38 Man's name 39 Group of rwenft- 42 Son of Isaac 43 Tears 44 Gratify 45 Whole , amount 45 "Turn to the right" 47 Single ami 49 Hasten I an deaf and do not know . where to turn for help tor mj . boy. My 14-year-old son is wrr- . ried about his hands. He think* , that his hands are getting.; wrinkled because they are s lit-'lie rough and red. He is embar- ', rassed and keeps his hands ur" 1 water for 20 minutes each djy.- J " What can I do? Mrs. B.A.3.'-; 1 Dear Mrs. B.: · The fact that yon are deaf'v- obviously docs not interfere ·' with your ability to communicate. '-. The help you need is undoubtedly available through your physician or your local hospital MENTAL STUDY What comes through in vonr letter is that your son may heed some psychological studies to find out why, at his young age, he is concerned about such a seemingly unimportant problem. Psychological testing and guidance, if necessary, may provide a better insight into his emotional needs. His concentration on nil h a n d s obviously reflects som« kind of unexpressed anxiety. Bringing it out in the open will make life easier for him and (or you. On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Marten' Individual Championship Play) nwuiiiiira MiiniMMiiiiniiniiiiHiiiiiiHiiiniiiwi^ Partner bids One Heart, nexl layer passes, neither side vul- erable. What would you bid mv with each of the following our hands? 75 4KJ943 2.4KQJ9842 V S3 »J2 3.4*75 VKJ6 «K984 1. One spade. The spades are dmittedly weak, but there are Iher [actors to consider resides the strength of the suit. ""wo diamonds is barred lecause it would show 10 to 6 points, which you don't have, nd one n o t r u m p is barred because you might miss apade fit. The spade response permits spade fit to be found and also makes it possible lo play he hand in one notrump if that s the host contract. One spade announces 6 points, though it Tiay of course be based on many more. 2. Thrc spades. This is :learly the most descriptive hid , : ou can make. Tt indicates i h a n d on which you might lave opened with three spades as dealer. The double j u m p is i weak bid and is thus a com- iletely different animal from wo spades, which is a slam ry. Three spades gives partner he best picture of what is needed to make game. At lh« same time, it makes it awkward for the opponents to enter the bidding. 3. Xwo diamonds. Here the problem is how to deal with a hand too good for one notrump or two hearts, and not good enough for two v notrump or three hearts. The range for. a one notrump response is 6 to 9 points, while the range for a forcing response of two notrump is 13 to 15 points. When the holding is 10. 11 or 12 points, it is generally best to bid a side suit first, intending to follow partner's m i n i m u m rebicl with a further bid that invites but does not commit the hand to game. 4. Two hearts. It is far better to raise partner at once than respond two cluhs. The heart raise shows 6 to 9 points, which is w h a t you have. The objection to two clubs is that if partner's rebid were two if partner's rebid were two hearts you would be stuck for a bid. If you passed, you would he supressing the heart support; if you raised partner to three hearts, you would b« showing much greater value* than you have. The way to solve such sticky problems is to avoid creating them in the first place. An immediate heart raise gets you off the hook. 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