FKANKtY.NO! I Fat INTO THE ' , LAUSHER ANP WEN SOWERW SAtP #WteTHINe A801T HOW WM6 I WAS 50 I CAME HOWe. I KNOii) WlO CV FEEL, Â»6 BROTHER ...MAVB6 WP BE . BETTER of F IF w JUST SWEP xtKMo Mo WITH YOUR DCG.. if I- CAl^T EVEN DO THAT".., HE'S STILL AT THE PARW! Â·\Â£Vf /-' ^ 1 X'M A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR, MEAl (YbUR AUUT WAS MOST CERTAIN^ Â§ PIM. MAY I ASK WHY VOUR-.- j 1 FRU3WENED BY WHAT5HE THOUSHTj Â£ HUSBANP, 811EBrAFTM,gENTE5_^ Â» 1 WAS AM i | AH APS QJSTUMEANP --^ ' H^ IT WAS AWUT THE.SAMETWEIHE i COSTUME SW?P IN WASfflNSTON RENTED SUCH A COSTUME TO- A . A WR.BU5BAPIM. / HIM PL / PIRftTE / RNEB. E OKAV HIM PLAVIHG OH THE PKflViKSTER... IF HE FRIGHTENED AUNT MINHIE/IT WAS ONLX IH FUU, r ELVINEYH CRN I COME IN wow/HoweypoT? OR AM I STILL INTH' DOGHOUSE? Z oa STTBP; AND you eer ir Â· rue EYES. 1 .'. 1 AC1UALUV ONE C0ULP CARRY rr OFF PY HIMSUF IP H HAP TWg RISHf KINO OP WAPN MY PtAM fK THE AMSLISH'MAY SOUND A UffL PAN66ROUS to SOME OF YOU THEM m x GO// TO.YOU, BBETJ.B? lWp fflr AWC YOU'RE ( GOING TO GET OWE, , IMMEDIATELY AFTER OUR PEOR6ANIZATTON : - 1 Believe /t or tfot/ i ,12 Â· Northwest Arkansot TIMES, Mon., July 22, 1974 "" TT ' V ..... A TRUMPET BLOWN BY MUSICIANS IN IRAU, EMITS SOUNDS REMA.RKfW LIKE THAT OF A BAGPIPE c CARRY A WARNING- WHICH LITERftLLY SAYS: ".SMALL Â·HEART CARt" fit* FINGER OF WITH HATUPAL ROCK FORMATION! RESEMBLING A FIST WITH A MILE-HIGH plNGER P01NTLM6 TOWARDS HEAVEN. Terezrqpolis, Brazil LESTER L. COLEMAN, M. D, Precancerous Condition Bursitis In Buttocks Would you please write about a condition in the mouth called "leukoplakia"? I was told this could be : "pre- cancefous" and Hi a t I should watcli it. I watch it constantly and live in terror. Miss J. T., Penna. Dear Miss T.: Leukoplakia are painless white patches that fequently appear on the tongue or the inner lining at the cheeks. The name simply means "white patch." It is ussually caused by badly fitted dentures, sharp-edged teeth and, occasionally, by poor hyginece of Tightening instructions for the patient to "watch" for the possible development of cancer. Wany patients have been filled vith fear unnecessarily by a casual admonition which serves only to create and intensify anxiety rather than reduce it. Could you explain w h a t myofibrositis is? Mrs. P.D., Penna. Dear Mrs. D.: Myofibrositis, or its reverse, 'ibromyositis, is a group of illnesses which the mouth and teeth. Chronic irritation by hot FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope smoke, especially from pipes and cigarettes, may also he a cause. Unquestionalby, all the ob- by which you hope Haste engendered by Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUBS., JULY 23 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) You can make your personality felt in several areas now, but be sufficiently prepared in situations to profit. overoptimism would be unwise. ^AURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) As with many others, you lave real cause for optimism ow. There's much to attain lirough new offering -- both ersoiially and business-wise. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) You can now find a new way o display your abilities and tal- nts; but don't try the road of mixing business with pleasure. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) In dealing with associates, specially members of the opposite sex: patience and tact! An excellent period for uitlizing i'our ability to make smart moves. ,EO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Control your imagination while you also develop its' tremendous Bering )on't let random ideas lead you ut of bounds. /IRGO (Aug. 24 to -Sept. 23) Stellar influences highly bcne- icent. Follow up inspired plans vith creative accomplishment. You could even take up a new enture if the odds seem to be n your side. ,IBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Especially favored now: con- erences, making plans for the ulure, pursuits which stimulate he intellect. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Whatever your plans, take nlo account new trends and deas, changing maneuvers vhich could affect your endea- vors and present strategy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Jupiter influences now heighten imagination- and encourage y o u r ingenious methods. Capitalize on all of your talents and you should do extremely well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Hold off on expanding activities until you make sure that you are within wise limits arid can handle the "extras" without deserting primary interests. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 10) Do not answer questions or make commitments if you are unsure of your own stand or abilities. There's a tendency to be overconfident now. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Favorable Neptune influences stimulate your ingenuity. Man- potentials for ftir- your advancement. vious causes of leukoplakia should be removed if found. CONSTANT TERROR I, too, believe that leukopla- kia should be watched, but not by the patient, who often lives in constant terror that the con dition is dangerous a n d may ultimately destroy him- Like all changes from the normal in any part of the body leukoplakia should be checke; at regular intervals by a physi cian. Such a routine observation is distinctly different from the with stiffness and the joints. Pain and characteristic are assoctiated in the muscles tenderness ara of the condition. Infection, strain, exposure to cold and dampness may produce changes in the muscles of the back and neck, the shoulders and thighs. TINY NODULES Occasionally, tiny nodules that trigger the pain are prei sent over the muscles. The condition must be differentiated from many other disorders with similar symptoms. Treatment of myolibrositis consists of heat, rest, massage and drugs such as procaine and cortisone. Treatment is started only after the exact diagnosis is confirmed. aging verly reaching for "better prospects," present situations will be wiser cle- than however. YOU BORN TODAY are a Cancer-Leo cuspal (one born at the change of such, traits possess of both. Signs) and, as the dominant You have the se n s itive, idealistic and humanitarian nature of the Cancerian, with an affinity for such professions as medicine, education and sociology, and you have the outgoing personality of the Leoite, which frequently expresses itself in a flair for the dramatic. The combination, is a potent one and, depending upon your leanings and education, of course, can be a tremendous asset in such careers as literature, music and acting -- all craving to serve his fellowman (even artistically) as well as being gratifying to the Leoile's urge for the spotlight. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) North Dealer. East-West Vulnerable. NORTH *86 V K Q 10 8 4 * 53 + A 7 5 2 Opening lead -- king of diamonds. This hand was played in the U.S. Trials by Edwin Kantar, Los Angeles star. He got to four learts and West cashed the A-K of diamonds before shifting to prospects were not Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Small particle 5 Dross 9 Seize 12 Rail bird 13 Mata -14. Palm leaf (var.) 15 Officious 17 Soak 18 Pith 19 Obstacle 21 Dravidian language 24 Solemn promise 25 English painter 26 Petted 30 Prefix for way or day 31 Archetype 32 Fasten 33 South Dakota region 35 Biblical weed 3G Costello, etal. 37 Fragment 38 Lance 40 Lake in Lombardy 42 Drone 43 Compensation 48 Chalice 49 Comfort 50 Baseball brother 51 Son of Jacob 52 -- bene 53 Marionette maker DOWN 1 Viper 2 High hill 3 Money of account 4 Wife of Jiggs 5 Shinto temples 6 American suffrage leader 7 Swiss canton 8 Landon or Rennie 9 Polaris 10 Fish sauce 11 English resort 16 Wire measure 20 Pronoun Avg. solution time: 27 min. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 21 Last resting place 22 Samoan seaport 23 Broker 24 Crude metals 26 Commits to memory 27 Say further 28 Ireland 29 Legal instrument 31 Actress O'Hara 34 Worm larva 35 Doubter 37 Univ. at Dallas 38 Fish 39 Cougar 40 Price 41 Olive genus 44 Chinese leader 45 Guido's highest note 46 And not 47 Harbor boat 3J 38 18 SO 45 28 29 47 T-U WEST 4 5 4 3 V 5 * A K Q 10 9 * K 10 6 3 SOUTH A A K 2 V A J 9 3 Â· 7 4 2 * Q 9 S The bidding: North East Pass Pass 3V Pass EAST * Q J 10 9 7 Â¥ 7 6 2 Â· J 8 6 * J 4 that is, a club to the ace followed by a club back to the-queen. But Kantar played the hand "abnormally." He won tha ;rump lead in dummy, cashed the A-K of spades, ruffed a spade, played a trump to tha ace, and ruffed a diamond in dummy to produce this position : South. I V 4 V V t 2 v a trump. Kantar's aright at this paint. It seemed certain from the bidding t h a t West had the King of clubs, which in turn meant that two club tricks were likely to be lost. And, indeed, Kantar would have lost two club tricks had he played the suit normally- North Â¥ 1 0 ' * A 7 5 2 West * K 10 6 3 South V J9 + Q 9 8 East *QJ V 7 + J4 Now Kantar played the deuce of clubs, covering East's four with the eight. West t o o k the ten and, aware that he could not afford a club return, played the rjueen of diamonds. Declarer ruffed in dummy with the ten and East was helpless. If he discarded a spade, South woul A discard a club to make the hand, so E a s t stead, hoping to leave decalrer stranded in dummy with East now void of clubs. But aKnlar had the answer to this, also. He overruffed the ten with the jack, drew East's last trump with the nine a n d led the queen of clubs throught the king to bring to a conclusion an exceptionally well - played hand. PONYTAIL l^ hy iH. U , wh f Q ttat kid comes over here, he always looks like Le hasn't 'eaten for a week!?" ^ Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than ] ] Â£ a day. That's a bargain! 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