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FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1964 BROTHER JUNIPER , And bow did thing at tka affic UdayT YOUR can allow shifting. At one time It was felt that fixed bridge or appliance la aa adolescent or young adult might produca carry disease of the gums. NEW TECHNIQUES Present day dental techniques now creel fixed prostheses (appliances) which present no -such threat to the health of the gums or the re maining teem. Parents ere sometimes od- visea to wait until a cnna mm ti MIYIOW NZB1 Thutttthi im n a a I . . a a , j ' . I 11 1 ' i 00 00l000 HEALTH ! .By Lester L. Coleman, MD LOSS OF TEETH What iinill child brtilu or lout tooth, it it too oft to casually ditmiiMd. aftar th tears auhtidc, bcauM "it wai only a Itaby tooth."' Evas hri tcanagaraloM permanent tooth by Injury or by neglect of dental decay, there It often a tendency to dlimiu It importance because "there are lots of others left." No tooth is that easty ex- pcnuaoic. a cnuo s miuie orn-ul health and the dental structure he will have as an adult depends greatly on the proper positioning of teeth during hi young years. This dental structure of a human being is designed as a compact unit Unlike other organs of the body, a tooth win not necessarily maintain a' per. manent, rued position. II is able to move or drift from side to eide In the soft gum tissue, when there is aa empty apace alongside ADJACENT TEETH DRIFT When a single tooth Is lost, there is a slow but progressive drifting of ali the adjacent teeth. Unless the space Is fill- -ed or th position of the re maining teeth controlled by splints or other appliances, the entire configuration of the bite can be altered by "travel- ing teeth. : .. vMv Wbea this happens, the ' smooth functioning el th Jaw ' Joint cah. be affected and become, a source of persistent discomfort. ' ;,' - All from on missing tooth? Yes. So dehcate Is th balance of the dental architee- - . - 1 . Uni mi MIT1V1B Mnfln wwtmrm m S T M t 5I1D I ww r D c3 1 j t r t ie actl hi q 7h 1 H 71J s Trff qs 5 mi rsTt mt"tt CT'ujHTrrr 100 PIANOS FOR CASH KEN PARISIEN . pianos! 745-7071 SLOUER'S . FOR HONEST VALUES r AMD . " PERSONAL SERVICE Sum sh awit fsms '.r' reaches a certain ! before replacing a tooth or reconstructing th bite. It 1 a good Idea to have the condition checked from tim to tint so that treatment Is put off no longer than necessary. The proper care of natural dentition is Imperative for the maintenance of good health. FIRST VISIT TO DENTIST A little thoughtful preparation lor your child's first visit to the dentist will help him to accept sessions in the dentist's chair without fear and ten-, sum. Do not wait ant II Involved work haa to be, done. Have baby teeth checked at an early age. Your dentist will cooperate by snaking the first visit friendly and very brief, using as few Instruments as possible ' end answering all . let It A ACMOii - 1 CmsMtML . S Baxraa. " 10 tetw 14 VWuim 14 $lu4 4 iim. 16 Mn Uw OMMSI 17 M m. D" l der. . n Italian taint. 20 Hiatal' uttrr. 31 Owe M gaiah laaadryi 2 ward. 2S Kakkkaaea, 34 Malarial. Aarar. 27 Ailiimaai Akbr. 3 Rersl-aaaiid. -30 And aa aa. 32 A laee, far ahart, MGeaek Ml. fS l.iraa awrhaaie. M NstaMe aailiat . avaalt g warea 42 Land: t wank. 41 Flak 44 Braaa. -1 44 Oaa at 40 Dm 47 Shade in. 41 OtWtha . 44 MaaC 11 Maur traek. M Part af RSVP. M Yial. THE OTTAWA J Journal ross-Word Puzzle 11 Fralik. 7 EatkneatiM. 24 Slaam. o Caaaataiag waroa.IS Dave karbiaaac, l iU. , 27 Araaa'aaraatal. 4 U ia Lataa. Jf I arenfaa, 4 .Aaoaat: Port. 6 Part a( QED. ' a7AMnh) plae erar tha Arraaaln. 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If treatment Is necessary, remember it is the unknown that frightens children. Explain whet will be done and bow be will be benefited. - ;' ' . These columns are designed to relieve your fears about 7 health through a better under; tending of your mind and body. All th hopeful new advances In medicine reported here are known to doctor everywhere. Your individual - medical problems . should bd handled 'by ' your ' own doctor. He knows you best. . s talk "cents about 7:-., entertaining Nearly Jttjhoij liket to entertain. And ererybody , ; 'I ... wiau to be contMered a good host t ''.' ' ; or hoitsat, ' . Probleoi it that a fkmfly income bodgeted for . '. ' ' -. OMrtgafe, car paymenu, iiuuraiic , ' ' , and other fixed expenses won't Here 1 - stand big entertainment bills. It doesn't make economic sense. , r So what to do --den you know that among your ,v guestjixnnepiefergiatOtheniye, vodka, rum, sherry or beer and . your budget wont stand such aa' aaaortmeat? . , . J I tha aolltloa that will delight everyone and . keep your entertainment cost at a Bay Jost oia Ilsjaort A special brand of extra light nun. , Itt name: TROPICANA. Made by Woods, who have been distilling fine rums' for over 73 years . . . And1 what's special about .TROPICANA? Iff SO versatile,, it tactxally a mu-brmtd barf f... . Bendet being a superief light rum , v' ' V . ' by itself, your guests will enjoy it ' , in any rum drink imaginable. aket delightfal uraJoaa of sJmost any drink you can name! , Just try TROPICANA with three . - ! or four quite different mixes. . , ' You'll realize you're on to soate ' ' ,v , thing goodl .. v ;. TrofUcola, for lastance! Lou of people have already dis ' v covered Tropi-eola. They win. be k; :., ", delighted with your Tropkana and . " : Ginger, Tropieana and Tonic, , " .Tropieana and Bitter Lemon, or : , what will you havel ; v tA refreshing chat-go" ... delightful idea". ..-mighty ,t . " , sadsfying. . . With TROPICANA ' t a ' , your reputation is etublithed... A; :;A: v': 1 , and your budget saved! I r'e- WUUJJS IROHCANA a,aiaai ' - r 1 OURNAL ' ' , ' t 33 . I 1 ... 1 TRUDY . ' - ' '' -. 1 ' - - -v - - MR. TWEEDY ' . ' , bvN.d'RidJU I P7- " " fr- - "nAamcl "" Jw, Thata what . "Oh. I'm not eompUmirin bout the ifrvic ' just flth.OTMBU.waboutr hflttte9o2itforeoffoocintiat.i ' HI AND LOIS ' ' ' "6S VPNT JT&HS "V ARCHIE ' -v JUSMEAtTS Had M MCfflMSl WOe ( JU&YV- TtM I CAUGHT M THK i R ON TT ltCfMMTT raiMm WWW V. 1 ( U f ' - 1 ' - I S i II I I II I 1 ST . .. -a. KVRRY DRAXB j! ; ' --' ' - sal . ' I ' X " 4Jl wreajwouwV'1 fnxrwe '3 u Aitvwiow?,AW Ycoav' irr an gnurrN REX MORGAN, MB . ' . " - 1 jfpL JUUET JONES ., ..v , , , . ; . ' "j 1 ' : ' APARTMENT S-G . ! I I l STEVE ROPER. - , - y . t t ri i tj i . jfrlt JJT a mil -j 7 ?r A 1 ia aaaeiai a a. a. a. a-aaata.