Afkamcn 11MB, TuÂ«Â», Jim. Â·, 1974 FOR Me OUT OF ALL REJECTION SUPS'. LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Ureter Kink Didn't Cause Any Symptoms An X-ray showed that I have ment depends, of course, on the PUSUSHM Â·4 VOCUHICS kink in my ureter have had this for a long time without any symptoms? How You probably were born wilh scrioire is it? Can it affect the stomach in any way? Mrs. P.M.F., Calif. Dear Mrs. F.: The ureter i I see no relationship between Ihis and complaints related to narrow tubes that carries urine W MEMORY OF 1 MZHrWKLBURN WHO DIED ON DEC 27,1804 K THE 22nd YErfff CfHERftQE MftOEBV (HOSES WR16HT; PRICE S1XDOUAKS rom the kidneys to the bladder. The average length is about One child after another in our 10 Inches. Normally, urine flows neighborhood has been coming without any obstruction. down wilh impetigo. Can you A kink in the ureter simply tell me something about t h i s means that the free flow may disease? Is it dangerous? TWEV ARE, BUT 1WEV 'RE FULL OF GASOUN6. FOR be interrupted partially or com' GLOBE A BEAUTIFUL,)) SHAPED DIFFERENT, UEARRINGS? EUTU5ERJL I-ER-HWE ID 6AV1HI5--BUT *Â£ CHURCH Of SI FRANCESCO PALMANOYA, CWIX WHICH WAS BUILT NI6IQ WAS LOOTED IN 1807 AND R9M1Â«ED SHUT UHTB. I9B-X PÂ£RKX OfmiRS pletely. It is one of a 'few birth defects which can be present in this anatomical region Occasionally, a blood as impetigo contagiosa, is may wind itself around the ure- Tombstone nfiawlH. ter. This is one of the reasons caused by the staphy If the kinking does not imnair It occurs in infants and the flow of urine and cause back pressure on a kidney, the condition need not be serious. SURGERY HELPS When complete obstruction young children and is passed from one to another in such places as camps and schools. VERY INFECTIOUS isolation of infee- MIIIIIIHIIMIIIIH^^ FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope occurs, surgery can relieve the ted children and strict hygienic ndition. Many operations are measures are the only way to w performed where ureters e partially replaced with syn- etic material implant5d in the It is not a dangerous condition -- antibiotics can bring it The medical or surgical treat- POR A MERE*5,000,000, SUCIK A ( MV COIN EXPERTS WILL} All. YOU'RE 66TTIN6 THE WORLDS PASS OH THEIR' FWKT COLLECTION OP ANCIENT/1 AUTHENTICITY. k eoiNÂ«.r~ " ' ^ t ) 'WÂ«fTDOYcoUHT6RFErT...Y n Â«5'SOtÂ«f ; YOU SA 47 PERCENT OF \HAIF OF THE 1 GENTLE- VTHEM,SHSlKAUjCOLLECTlOM., I , **cuÂ» --- .. \ . -*=--' Hg VOWBJ10 AMASS AftOCKOf eewuoc, oo NOT y2^**Â£S(ik!!* vaortU THArROCKV GU6 THAR'S EU/INEV IWONDCRWrlflTSHe'S. COMIN'TOBORRV THIS TIME IS MAUREEN HERE? N HAISTT SEEDHERFO'A 1 WEEK- OR A YAR- f-f-J NEVAH KIN FIGQER OUT WHICH IS MOST- / IT'S TH 1 WONDER MORON.'/ HE'STH'SMARTEST ONE W TH' WORLD/. 1 DAMQ IT//- THASSTH' QUESTION AH ALLUSFA1LS ONMAH I. Q. TESTS. 1 :'' 6UE5S I'D BE-TfeK 60 IN AND SET H6R UP MAWS^UAW ISNT OUT OF BED yet ? SIT STIU. m WAKB LET MS KNOW' IF rr* TOO TI6MT , zeaa I WANT YOU TO WHILE BUNDFOLDEP HE'S ULOCT * DOeSNT SL^sP H HK SHORTS OVERSLEPT;ASO N AU_ MVYEARS rVE NEVER DELJVEfJiNG TH MAH_ Look in the section in which' your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according :o the stars. FOR WED., J U N E 19 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Chance could very well step in and unexpectedly hand you, on the proverbial silver platter, what all your striving couldn't attain. .A fine day! TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) It would be wise to keep plans flexible now. Certain changes of circumstance may call for sudden improvisation. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) Your "feelings" now are far more reliable than advice from socalled experts. Never under estimate your truly extraordinary intuition. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Satisfying recognition and increased prestige c a n be attained hy using a new approach. Don't stymie yoursell by sticking to the traditional -- as the Cancerian is sometimes wont to do. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Take the measures necessary to protect certain economic interests which may have been threatened. You can do it, but you'll need a cool, level head. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Stars promise interesting developments and growth _areas that should stimulate your ambitions -- and your ever active mind, LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Keep enlarging your sphere of contacts -- particularly among those who share your interests and contribute to your personality development. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) A day calling for the utmos discretion. Taking issue will associates -- even if you know 'ou are right -- could have litter consequences. AGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) Mild influences indicate a so- o day unless you do something about it. But, in your search or more stimulating activities, don't go off on wild tangents. APRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Someone may try to place a urdensome imposition on you leject what you consider un "air, but graciously offer alter latives for handling. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Stellar influences only fairly [enerous, so you will hav r e to provide your own momentum to carry on. Neither too many problems nor much opposition ndicated. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) After some early morning :onfusion, day should turn ou o be surprisingly productive You also stand to gain finan cially. YOU BORN TODAY are adaptable, enthusiavstic in the ous and extremely versatil along creative lines. You ar more serious-minded than man; other Geminians and could fini greater contentment in t h business w o r l d than man others of your Sign. Along thes lines, you could excel as a ban ker, publisher, promoter o manufacturer. In such case however, you will probably tak' up one of the arts as a hobb: since you must express yoursel creatively to be completeli happy. You are an excellent or ganizer and not only strike ou for the extraordinary, hu achieve in extraordinary- fash ion. You have unusual manua dexterity and could make inventor par excellence. Yo have an affinity For the ou doors and all living things would make an outstandin veterinarian or horticulturis Birthdate of: Blaise Pasca mathematician. Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Caliber S Petty demon SMetheglin 12 Armadillo IS And not 11 Sole 15 Zola novel 16 John cr Jane 17 Troubles ffiPnre 20 Hindu 22 Disease of cattle 26 To nettle 29K*Gi 30 Netherlands COUUttUOfi SlBorden 32 Swiss river C Distinct part Â» Biblical name C Slender finial Â» Letters V The tree .cypress 40 Leather ofl flask f l Young hen 45 French author 47 Snake 49 Ireland 50 Man's name 51 Famous general 52 Soap-frame bar 53 Fish M Weight of India 55 Hard fat DOWN 1 Judge's bench * Bright- colored Bsh 3 Frog gene 4 Man's name 5 To indicate 6 Rural sound 7 Tailor's ' aide 8 Watered silk Avg. sotetwB time: 24 nrin. 9 Animator 10 Whole amount 11 Painful: a prefix 19 Golf mound 21 Astern 23 Use 24 Miss Adams 25 Soaks 26 Haven 27 Arrow poison K Visionary 32 Picas 33 Ineffectual J5 Moot gift Â» Large bW 3S Carroll heroine 19 Farther 4Z Place 4J Scottish Gaelic 45 Guided 4Â«Money of . ABSwer Â«Kstoprie nirMiiiimiMiiiniimiiffliiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Master* Individual Championship Play) dealer. either side vulnerable. NOBTH * A K 8 3 *74 *108TS2 WEST V K 1 0 8 6 3 Â· 10 9 S 3 + K 8 EAST 4 J 9 7 6 4 V Q J 5 Â· J * Q 9 4 3 SOUTH *52 V A 9 4 Â» A K Q S 6 2 * A J TheHddbg: West North pass 1* East Pass Soott 1* JNT Opening lead - six of hearts. First let's imagine you're an verage bridge player. Then et's stretch your imagination till further and assume there's national championship in pro ress at a nearby emporium nd, since you've never seen tie experts play, that yoi ecide to go there to see to: yourself whether these shark: ire really as good as they're racked up to be. You get there bright arK- parly one clay and settle down ilongside Chester Sludgebucket South), an expert who is said o he almost as good as he hinks lie i.s. On the very first hand he gets ,0 three notrump. Maybe you wouldn't have, hid his hand (hat way. but. when dummj' appears, you realize that our hero uckily stumbled into the best contract. Mr. Sludgpbuckct dcicks two rounds of hearts and wins the bird one with the ace. Since .hat is what you'd have done, you are not particularly impressed. But when he next leads a spade to the king you start :o wonder why in the world hÂ« did this rather than run his diamonds first. You set no time lo consider the question, because Mr. S. now leads a diamond from dummy and plays low when East follows with the jack! This also proves to be a lucky shot hecausc he winds up making three notrump, whereas he would have gone down had he earlier Irierl to run the diamonds by leading them from his hand. When you go home and sludy the hand, you realize (hat it was more than just plain Kick that induced Mr. S. to choose this method of play, and that maybe he knows a thing or (.wo more about the game than the crowd you play with knows. It kind of makes you think. HONYTAIL "I fed like testing yÂ«r love, HoW*.. .buy me a Mbb cheeseburger and chocotate matt!" WANT ACTION? PhoiM 442-6242 TIMES' CLASSIFIED ADS ror bat rentta. dm fuB JeÂ»cflptloB Â«M (tan joar daoified Ad for 7 days Yoo may eancd It who remit* ire oMabMd. ?n11 ooly be ctefri t" ttw actual number uf tafi tiÂ» w) ran.
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