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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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HOW DO YOU SET THE ALARW FOR A FLY BALL? Believe It or Naif THi BAMBOO BRIDGE OVER THE SHWEL1 RIVtR' IN NAWNGMA, BURMA, 2,400 FT. LONG, IS BUILT WITHOUT A SltXiLE NAIL, RIVET. PIECE OF IRON OR STONE. /T /s MASHED Amy BY' eacHSPttfts FJLOOD AND /S REBUILT E(KH MTUm EPITAPH OF JUDSE SILAS W. HENDERSON OF THE QUIP. SUPREME COURT, IM Laurel Hill Cemetery, San Francisco THE SHERPAS of-the Himalayas, OOWS1DER IT PROPER. TO GIVE TO THE/IZ YOUfJS- WELL,YOU M AI^D HOW I'V\ OFF PDR A LITTLE SHOPPING WANT TOCOME DID A [DID YOUR BANKS, AN AIRUNE.A STEEL MILL AND A WONDER IF HE'S FINISHED HIS GOOD JOry/fSHOPPlNG, vM PRINTINGS ) FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope DE IT SOMEWHERE ELSE, AUNT MINNIE. THEM, ARE VJE GOING TO DO, CHILD? VERY WELL, CLARft BELLE. WE'LL PUT THE OEDIAH IN WILU BE HERE MINUTE. HE'S DRUNK, HE SWORE HE'l? HNP TREASURE TONIGHT... OK A FRAID TO LEAVE IT WHERE IT IS UNTIL MORNIUS, AUNT MINNIE. Look in the scchon in which whal your outlook is, according to the stars. ind appreciate all -- even the hallenges. JAGITTAEIUS (Nov. 23 lo Dec. ID WEDNESDAY, 7, 1974 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) uncertainty through clear, concise analysis and like CAPRICORN (Dec. AURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) crsonal relationships, creative you sow, BB FIRM AN'JUST- TAKE IHE 6AV£t AN'CtONK 'EM ON THE 66AH'»SO'ROUNO AN' GIVE THE UNffERPSWILESEO NUCieW ursuits, travel plans. EMINI (May 22 to June 21) Don't yield to lethargy. The and you will have to fight em off if you are to accom- ish at your usual best ANCER (June 22 to July 23) Enterprises that require -- flN' HE STILL BRINGS HIS VMORK HOME EVER' BLESSCT N.'6HT . MY MflN LUKeV S BEEN WORKIM'fiT TH' SflUJMILL PER DflDBURW I MEflRS -- I · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Aug. 6, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS LESTER L COLEMAN, M'. D. Doctor Has Limits For Baby's Visitors We a r e expecting our first child in three months. I knew we will be visited by our families since this -will the first grandchild. How soon after a newborn child is brought home from the hospital is it safe to have visitors? Mrs. H.J.O.,Ga. Dear Mrs. 0.: The love of grandparents is completely understandable. There is a great temptation to coo at and hold the baby. Newborn infants must be protected from infections that ai'c spread so easily by adults. It is almost impossible to talk to the child without sending some nstrucled not to talk directly at the Oa'by. Their nonverbal ove will be appreciated by the n f a n t . ' . . " fine droplets direction. of saliva in its . ui Z -03 § .LS SHOWTHATTHE 5UCTHINKS OF WU \TI6HT-FISTED, 1NE-HEARTEO NEV-GRUBBER - SKIP THE FLOWERV LAN6UAGE, -TO COUNTERACT THAT \ ABSURD IMPRESSION/ ) WE RECOMMEND YOU / CilVE IO MILLION TO ) CHARITY// J __^ PLEASE SI^-BEFORE YOU LET GO-YOJR ACCOUNTANTS SAY THAT BV GIVING IO MILLION AWAY YOU CAW SAVE 2.O MILLION IN TAXES "/ FT- S7I/PJP PO^/ ·^i^. ut LU £3 Hi : C£. -THAT'S Nl?6 THIWS TO SAY TO SOMEONE SUFFRINS WITH A , NOSE/ HE- 0ROK£ IT CHAS1NS A PARKEP A/I M CAR J GOULPN'T YOU SISN UP ' , I PONT KNOW ANY OTHER WAYS TO EXPLAIN IT/ \Vf4AT ELS CAN 1 P3? \\[ NOBODY CM SAY WE DIDN'T TRY, TOOTSIE 1 J?J con. kno\v-how ipuld. succeVd, You can play rawardingly active part in caching understandings and "aiming future business moves 1 EO (July 24 to Aug. 23) This day will need team playas well as individualists to curb your usual 'desire o go it alone--and cooperate. IKGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Even if you don't get all tht ooperalion you had hoped for lon't yorry. Try working things nt another way. You CAN! IBRA (Sept. 24 lo Oct. 23) Note the fine points it: omplicated matters, issues ol mportance. Make statements ecisions with particular care may have to 3 nst procedures e changed. CORPIO (Oct. 24 lo Nov. 22) An active day indicated. Pu II you have into endeavors our best thoughts, plans ef orts. Look for the unexpected In the hospital the baby has been protected with every kind of sterile precaution. The sudden transition to a world of people carrying strange germs may be too rapid. Children aclually ad st themselves quickly to the w germs at home and buildup immunity to infections car id by their parents and other i'dren. Visitors should not be upsel they a r e permitted only i ort visit with a newborn chile iring these early days, grand arents and family should hi tisfied with a moment or twi ith the baby. They, should be A hunch could pay off--especially where career mutters are concerned. Bui be sure you are seeing persons and situations in 22 lo Jan Trend is toward Ihe unusual Rightly handled, this can be . challenging. Don'l neglect everyday mailers, how ever. AQUARIUS (Jn. 21 to Feb. 19) You may run into snags and obslaclcs bul you can Handle heni well. Pep up your ideas ceep your vision broad. Think over past experiences and profi by them. PISCES (Feb. 20 lo Mar. 20) Don't be swayed by outside distractions, the bizarre doings of others. You could be foolec if not alert. Mixed influences-- ;ome disconcerting. YOU BORN TODAY are in nately enthusiastic, outgoing, al ways looking for the best tha life has to offer. The Leo-born are extremely ambitious full o i:TMi.. ; =.._ .._.. oxtraor . ,, .n thei: thinking and methods. You arc a perfectionist, loo, and you work is always highly in'divi dualized but, in Ihe pursuit o Ibis individuality, you are likely to acquire an overpowering ai rogancc. refusing to take order from anyone and brooking m criticism or interference. Tp to be more flexible, more adap table to the pcrsonalilies will whom you deal. Your versatilit 1 is such that the fields in whiei you could excel are almos limitless, bul you would probab ly attain your greatest succcs on the stage, in writing, t h law, statesmanship, painting o music. Birthdate of: Ralph Bun che, U.S. statesman. lively incentive and dinarily progressive Groswortj By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Melville's Captain 5 Crushing snake 8 Asian country 12 Bright-eyed insect U American playwright 15 Chemical salt 16 Withered 17 Family , member 18 Bed or stretcher £0 Novelist- poet 23 Muck 24 Dutch painter 25 Species of {ale 28 Enzyme 2S High home 30 Haunch 32 Natural abode 34 Dark area on moon Asnwer to yesterday's puzzle. 35 Russian river 36 Birds 37 Chinese province 40 Sloths 41 Mail 43 The lattice plant 47 Grafted (Her.) 48 London's lift 49 Spiritless 50 Patriotic org.. 51 Exclamation Avg. solution time: 23 min. DOWN 13 Legal 1 Smith and instrument Jolson 19 Dies -2 Headwear 20 The urial 3 Honor card 21 Currency 4 Brutes 22 Olive genus 5 Prejudice 23 Ethical - - " 25 Sold to consumer 26 Talk 27 Ireland 29 Melodies 31 Footlike organ 33 Executed baseball maneuver .14 Lose 36 City on the Dnieper 37 Hastened 38 Sharpen 39 Fictional dog 40 Maple genus 43 Wing ' 44 W.W. n area 45 Irish org. 46To's companion 6 Canadian prov. 7 Kind o£ boundary 8 Pay attention 9 The dill 10 Monster 11 Crystal gazer 48 18 51 10 U 27 Have you seen the advertisements that say you can order dental plates by mail? Does this make any sense? Mr. H.W., S.D. Dear Mr. W.: Yes, I have, and it is almost mpossible for me to believe :hat some people fall into their trap. One of the great accomplishments of modern dentistry is lo make exact molds of the mouth, the gums, the cheeks, ,he soft tissue of the floor of the mouth and the roof of the palate. Only in this way is it possible to insure that dentures will fit securely and not rub against and injure the sensitive tissues of the mouth. After dentures are made, the dentist follows the patient to be sure that chewing and grinding of food are satisfactory, and to see that there are no pressure areas that can become troublesome. Mail-order dentistry is particularly .haviardous for another reason. Growths and other diseases of the mouth, normally diagnosed by the dentist, would; of course, 'be overlooked. . JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Mastetn' Individual Championship Play) orth dealer. oth sides vulnerable. NORTH * A K Q » J 7 2 * A 8 7 5 4 9 8 3 WEST * 9 7 4 2 V A K * J 10 9 6 +Q105 EAST A J 10 8 5 4 4 3 * K 7 4 2 SOUTH *G 3 » Q10 9 8 S * K Q 2 * A J 6 The bidding: North East 1* Pass INT Pass 3 V Pass South 4V West Pass. Pass lead 8 jack of dia- Opening rnonds. To guess right consistently is he mark of a fine player, hut nost of the good guesses you iear about are based mucli more on logic than on a socall d sixth sense. Consider this ase where South must guess ighl at the crucial point to ·nake the contract. West leads he jack of diamonds, won by declarer with the king. There is n o : good reason to jostpone drawing trumps, so South leads the ten which West vins with the king. West re- urns the ten of diamonds; won by the queen, and South leads another trump of West's ace. West plays still another diamond, the six, and South is confronted with t h e problem of vhcther to 'play dummy's ace or eight. If he nlays"the, ace, IB goes d o w n ; - i f he .plays'the eight, he makes the contract: Actually, · the right play is not a guess. Declarer must play-the light, not because lie can be iure that \Vest started with the J-10-9-6 instead the J-10-6; b' u t because the eight play guarantees the contract, while the aca play jeopardizes it. What can happen if the eight loses to the nine? Certainly nothing bad, since declarer can then claim the r e s t of the tricks. 'His t w o club losers go off on the ace of diamonds and queen of spades. But if South plays the ace instead of the eight he courts disaster and, in the actual hand goes down one after East ruffs. He eventually loses a club Irick and the contract. In a sense, you could say that playing the eight is a good guess, but it would be m o r e realistic to call it an educated guess. PONYTAIL "I really love my father, but. it's so difficult trying to explain him to my boyfriends!" Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 11 a day. That's a bargain! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242 ON TOP OF THE NEWS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!

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