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WATER, SOIL, B1RP5, 'OU NEARLY PULLEP IT OFF.' OVEK THE BMCO NY YOU YOU Â£-OTlT,MÂ£Â«Â£l.y-- IN A PEMOCRAty. CU C- T5 A5sV/?Â£rKEpeRr-- W A DICTATORSHIP you S^WsipORTAfAU:.'/ HOWW.Â«ywÂ£AÂ«t. !Â« SNUFFY!! I'M A BRRND-NEW PflPPV!! HERE'S WORE SEEGfiR! / WflKH UP.VE I LOGGV-HeflDED VflRMINTHIGOT I SEEGAR PER VE !! \l STRANGLING,EH? PROVES THE POOR REND DIDN'T MURDER. NOBODY. THEM BLOOMERS -AS A FAULTY HEiASTIC, IS ALL,.'/ IVE ALWAVS KEPr THE WEAPON THE BLOOMER FIEND USED,TO DO IM f WS HATED EMPLOYER, "S THE BLOOMER K I N G : --:Believe /t orMrt/ T0 AS A 1tfÂ£Â£ AMP SPY OM THe if piPN f r (,CHIÂ£Fa' S-lk SORRY, "^' Bl-ONDIE- !CAN'rRiSHTMOV/ -I'M IW_ ___ LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Electricity Is Not A Given For Diverticulosis JOKMNY SPANISH f 1830-19061 AN ACTOR Of | MANCHESTER ENSLAWD, ' WAS MARKED 7 TIMES, EACH TIME TD A WOMAN Of A DIFFERENT NATIONALITY -SPANISH, POKTUBUESf, ALBANIAN. ITALIAN, SVfDIS/tAHD ., HUH6AKIAU ' AStfNSIOK 1SUWD W THESQARAHTIC, (XSOA/ERED BY 2 BRITISH NAVAL . WS COMMISSIONED AS A BHTISH NAVAL VESSEL AND COUTINVEDTOte SiOOPOfMV? 73/F LETTERS BDKP WERE ALWAYS WRITTEN Bf THE ETRUSCANS BACKWARDS -aaxi HNiiiiiiii ii iiimiiiniiitaiiiaiiiiiiiiinniiiiiimiiBiiiBiffliiiiniBiiiiiiiiiiiiiai IIHI [fiiiMiiiiiBiffliiiiiiiwiiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiniiimiii FRANCES DRAKE 0 Â· NÂ«rtÂ»Â»wÂ»Â«t Artwnwrt TIMiS, Ttior*., May '*, 1Â»74 AVITTKVILLt, Â«Â»KANMS , MMiwniiiMiTM^ ...... iiiiiiiiniiMiiiiii!iiiii!iiiira Your Daily Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and finrl w h a t your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR F R I D A Y , MAY 17 __ A R I E S (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) One of those mixed periods which can bring both t h e : forces, everyday and the unusual. Seek expert advice and opinions to cope with the latter. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to hdec. 21) Aspects stimulate your knack for handling matters which involve many persons. Especially favored: legal matters, g o v e r n m e n t work a n d mediation between opposing I never had any trouble with my intestines. Recently. I had some X-rays of the stomach. It was found that my stomach was normal, but that I had iverticulitis of the intestines. still have no discomfort and wonder if I should be having treatment. Mrs. T.N.B.. Ohio Dear Mrs. B.: I am confused by your letter. Obviously, you must have complained of some symptoms t h a t would prompt your doctor to suggest X - r a y studies of youi stomach and intestines. Or dinarily, these X-rays are nol routinely ordered. It is nol uncommnn tha diverttcula are found d u r i n g X raj's in people who have nc complaints related to the in testines. SMALL SACS Diverticula arc small sacs, n; pouches, ttiat extend from th inside lining of the intestine, the outer surface. They an found most frequently in thi large intestine. A n o t h e r aspect of you question needs clarificatio liiverliculusis simply refers t the presence of these sacs When one or more of the: become enlarged, inflamed, i infected, the condition is know as diverticulitis. A p p a r e n t l y , y o u h a v .verticulosis r a t h e r t h a n iverticulitis. This undoubtedly s why no treatment has been uggested. For those who have intestinal ymptoms caused by these iroblems, treatment is directed it low-residue diets. anti- .pasmotic drugs and antibiotics. I k n o w that we eat a normal, tealthy. nutritious diet. My ivc-year o l d d a u g h t e r h a s cracks in the corners of hep mouth. Can this be a v i t a m i n deficiency? Mrs. C.W.. Ark. Dear Mrs. W.: The likelihood is that Ihe problem is due to drooling of saliva rather than to a vitamin deficiency in this instance. In families where (here is a well balanced diet, this does not .ircsent the same problem as t does in improperly nourished children. DROOL SALIVA Children with large adenoids Â·ery often di'ool saliva and keep the" cracks in the corners of. their mouth f r o m healing. Dental problems such as poor bite (occlusion) must also be. considered. I might add that adults w h n wear poorly f i t t e d dentures may also suffer from Ihis annoying condition. Technically. Ihis condition is known as perleche. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Some questionable schemes may be suggested. Be alert -- anci reject promptly. Also, avoid unconventional behavior, extremes in word or action. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Good Mercury influences. Intellectual pursuits should be highly stimulated. Do not overestimate y o u r seL-up, however. All gains won't come at once. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Someone wil Ithrow down the gauntlet. The challenge will stimulate you and give you a bright idea - if you get busy at once. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Be objective and watch for opportune moments to advance youi' interests. Combine your best ideas with those of others -- for the benefit of all. PISCES (Feb. 20 lo Mar. 20) IIIIIIHIHIIIIH^^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Bolder to Masters* Individual Championship Play) IlilllllltillllllflililllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllllllW Fine Neptune influences. Be CANCER (June 22 to July 23) on tne lookout for good leads. When you Believe in anvthing. p r o j e c t s with substantial your enthusiasm is so intense'background. Maritime interests. U is contagious, so m a k e sure;creative pursuits and travel you are correct in your beliefs.! especially favored. A day in which your influence will be strongly felt. LEO (July 2-1 to Aug. 2;t) Curb emotions arid a tendency toward eccentricity. Tighten reins on spending but don't scrimp unwisely and lose out in the long run. VIRGO CAug. 24 to Sept, 23) Branch out to some extent. R e a l i z e your limitations, however, so that you won't overreach your m a r k . Some s possible. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to OcL 2)3 Persona] matters may need some special attention, perhaps a change of approach. A state of readiness advised -- to cope with the unexpected' j SCORPIO (Oct. 2-1 to Nov. 22) Unusual tact needed in domestic and social circles. Don't "make waves" or stir up iccdlcss dissension ----- only too easily done now if you are not alert. YOU BORN TODAY have deep, practical nature, with true sense of value and needs. Unlike most Taureans. you are far more attracted to business than the arts, although you may pursue some creative activity as a hobby. Your executive ability and gift for organization f i t s you for a wide range ol occupations in the commercial field. You would make an ex- c e I 1 e n t corporation head banker, m a n u f a c t u r e r , , land Science may als attrainho owner or investment broker, and, properly educated, of course, medicine, geology or physics would be the best outlel for your talents along this line. W h a t e v e r you undertake however, you must be careful to avoid extremes. Learn to temper your great forces with wisdom and moderation. Birth date of: Edward Jenner physician (discoverer of vacci n a t i o n ) . Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS L Fish 5. Fold 8. Barrel 12. Medicinal plant 13. Transgress 14. Solar disk 15. Representative 17. Part M. Earth 19. Threefold ZL Jeweler's weight 24. Stupefy K, Again O. Roof coverings 30. Cooking utensil SI. Dulcet J2. Greek letter 33. More sly 35. Tracks X, Ravehngs 37. Abraham's wife 38. Snooping 41. Valise 42. Comfort 43. Estimate 48. So be it 49. Tease 50. Level SL Sailors 52. Speak 53. Tear DOWN 1. Wicked 2. Pub specialty 3. Sun 4. Children's plaything 5. Guide 6. Skill 7. More comely X. Being concerned 9. Above M. Vend 11. Joint 1C. Supreme Being Avg. solution time: JZ mil. Answer to yesterday's poole. 29. Dwarf 21. Surpasses 22. Presently 23. Network 24. Piece of paper 25. High-livers 27. Regan's father 28. Volcanic mountain 29. Obi 31. Pelt 34. Foreigners 35. Hazier 37. Girl of song 38. Fuel 39. Incarnation of Vishnu 41. European river 4L Infant 44. By way of 45. Salutation Â«. Decimal base 47. Conchf ioiilh dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH * Q J 9 2 Â» J S 4 3 + A 1 0 5 WEST *53 V Q 10 7 6 4 Â· K 6 Z *Q8 J SOUTH * K 1 0 6 V K 9 3 * A 10 9 5 * K 9 4 The bidding; South West EAST 4 A 8 7 4 W J 8 2 + J 7 6 2 INT Pan NflTft 1* 3 NT East Pass Opening lead - six of hearts. Solving the problem of which suit to attack first is often the iey to the success or failure of a contract. Take this case where Wesl eads a heart against three notrump. South is immediately ^aced with the question of whe- her to win the opening leac and, if so, in which hand. Let's say he follows the besl course of permitting East to Yin the opening heart lead w i t h he jack, which case East Â·eturns a heart to the ace. Declarer must now decide whether to leaf! a spade lo force nut the ace, or whether to lead diamond from (lummy ilanning to lake the first o[ ,wo diamond finesses. In the actual case, this is a lighly critical decision, for if south attacks spades at trick hrne the contract noes down, while if he attacks diamonds winds no m a k i n g the contract. Once West's k i n g of diamonds is dislodged, his hearts no icmger a factor and South finishes with (en tricks. The fact is t h a t a diamond play at trick three is far hcUcr than a spade play at that point. The only time the spade play wins is when West has the ace of spades and neither diamond honor. As against t h a t , leading a diamond from d u m m y wins whenever West's only entry is a diamond honor - 'and Ihcrc are two ways he can hold a diamond honor as opposed to only one way he can hold a spade honor. In effect, therefore - c o u n t i n g all hands where Soulli's method of play has a bearing on th( result - the odds are 2 lo 1 in favor of a diamond lead instead of a spade lead at trick three. PONYTAIL "I just love daylight saving time! Who would believe that just an hour ago we were sitting in Ateetxa class!" HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED WANT AD BE CLEAR. Readers respond more quickly and favorably whaa *jven complete, or definite information. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach you. Alwiys insert your telephone number or your name and address. If you ao not havÂ» refular boun. Â«ivÂ« a preferred tim* to have proepeeto Â·0 7O1I. PLACE TOdtSELF In the reaoVr'i position and ask yourself what you would like to know (about your offer). Tha answer yeu live will nuke a food CUaalfied ad. WANT AM THAT TML to hrhif aatkrfaction do ao. not ttiroufh any lark at readership, but because they do not contain enough information to get prompt action. 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