I fia^s--rBelieve h or Not! HOV HAVE TO K CRAZY, KNOU), TO 5TANP ANO TALK TO A STUPID KICK B4M.PIN6! I oie, PIDN'T i ? Wve" FINALLY CRACKED UP, HAVEN'T W, CHARlie BROWN? I DID I JUST SEE WO TAIK1N6 t THAT SOOT. BWLP1N6; ORBRYD. BRYANT lovoa, WAS60RMON IB9S. HIS DAUGHTER, HELEM, WAS BORNl 1PSENTIMEL ALL6AU DISTRICT OF BAVARIA 19.2A, AND HIS GRANDDAUGHTER, MARY JANE, WAS BORM FfSfWAWlS, 1951 URO FISHERMEN Of LAKE TITICACA, BOLIVIA, USE BOATS MftDE FROM REEDS -klH/CH MUST BE DRIED FPfQUEWL Y OK THEYSEfOMt WATERLOGGED AND SIHK SOLI DON T? VVE DON'T \ WHAT HAVE TO GO ) HOLI DAY ID SCHOOL) 15 THIS 2 TODAY NO HOLIDAY' IT'S ASn?IKE.'/ WHO'S TfJEUE'SA STRIKING PICKET LINE IN R30NTOF THE SCHOOL. MDU'D CKYOO'LLBEUATE TOf? SCHOOL \ FRANCES DRAKE Your Horoscope YEAH, WAS JUST TAKING A BATH. YOU THE TROUBLE SHOOTER PAP SENT? VfAH. WtTH A f SEE THAT FORTRESS POWM THERE? MY GlRt IS IMPRISONED THERE. SOMETIMES AT PU5K, THEY LET HER WALK ALON6 THE PARAPET. 'WHY PIP YOU LEAVE" YOUR HOTEL FA W I LV OF CIRCUS ACROBATS. THtV'RÂ£ Look in the section in which your brithday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRI., SEPT. 13 ARIES (Mar. 21 lo Apr. 20) Mars influences h i g h l y larshal all your talents, will ower and know how with a lew toward taking brisk steps irward. AERICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) Don't slacken your efforts CHINESE, BUT THEIR AROUND HERE? KIDS WERE gORM IN THE U STATES, f stimulating: overreaching c o u l d tempt. Hasty words or deed could cause unwarranted confusion. Be moderate. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May.2l) Especially favored now: personal relationships, home and ecause others are in a frivol- us mood. Consider yam own iterests -- especially now 'hen infuences stimulate new deas for improving your status. \QUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb: 19) Fine stellar aspects encour- ge your creative interests. family concerns, romance and \lso favored: romance, family social activities. You have a bright day. GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) oncerns and cultural activities. ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) What you think will be as pnosition, but it need not deter important as how you act. Conour better efforts. Handle it WHAT WAS kÂ« CW ON TWgSJ? trol emotions, shun pessimists .iplomr.tically ..... - and go on to and let your natural exuberance iigger and better achievement. living shine in the right extremely versatile .highly dis- corners. CANCER. (June 22 to July 23) Don't wait for another' decision, if you have the an- riminating in your tastes and Â·ndowed with a quality of lea- lership which is stronger than er, but do profit by the ad- hat usually found vice and experience of others ;oans. You are thrifty, practi- if "on the fence. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) A day in which you mus avoid extremes: They wil tempt in various forms. Be m e t i c u l o u s about handling details. You work hard and ixpect others to do the same. n fact, you can bo so set in especially careful in social acti vities. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) . If you have any complaints better remain silent until sun CflN I BORRY SOME CflRD-PLQYlN 1 ELV1NEV?! GOTA FEELIW' I'LLCLERN UP TODAY I GOT TH'SAME OL 1 FEELIN 1 of the proper time and place to air them. But do set thi record straight -- calmly am dispassionately. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) -.Â·Â·Â·Patience- and a sense o hurnor" needed now. Do not le better of you or you may blo\ them out of proportion. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 Fine influences should hel you put this day "over the lop. D olish up a dormant t a l e n t fc unique, unexpected use. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec WITHIN HOURS-EVERX CORNER OF THE USA- PROM MAINE TO CALIFORNIA-IS SHATTERED BY HISTOR/S MOST COLLOSSAL- DRESSED SO STRANGELY BUTHB'S THE BOSS.'. r Uncertainty could offset you INCREASETHE SHLEMEELIUM IOOO TIMES OR I SKIN UM ALIVE.'i'' 18 Â· Northwest Arfconto* TIMES, Thurf., SÂ»pl. 12, 1974 rAYETT(VILI.K, ARKANSA* . LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Blood In Sputum Should Prompt Visit To Doctor IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH^ Every few weeks I cough up a small amount of blood, t jecome terrified, but since it disappears so quickly I think nothing about it until it comes back. Since it goes and comes, could it be of any imortance? Mr. J.B.R., Ind. Dear Mr. R.: There are a number of important, but many more unim- suggcsts that the bleeding is yours. The first thought that you may have tuberculosis or cancer is terrifying, of couse. This is probably the reason why you deliberately avoid confrontation with the problem. The reason for the blood ma be insignificant. Sometimes, a small amount of blood cat trickle down from the back o the nose and throat and thci go into the larynx where it it coughed suggests up. that This . falseb the bloedin is actually coining from the lungs Tender gums and smal broken blood vessels at tin hack of the tongue may produci the picture you describe. You are doing yourself ai injustice by not being examinee at the lime you are spittin. ui) blood. At that lime, . bleeding point might be see by vour doctor. This would give you rcassui ance and eliminate the fear tha distresses you. What is a luleum cyst of Ihs vary? 1 had one. Miss H.H., Okla. oar Miss H.: E v . e r y time a woman reduces an egg in the ovary, small sac, or follicle, is pre- ent. In most instances, the sac pmplclely disappears. Occa- ionally. the sac becomes nlarged and forms a corpus uteum cyst. Only when the cyst becomes markedly en- arged or complicated is surgery necessary. Some people fear that the :yst This will is become cancerous. highly improbable. Nevertheless, it is wise to havle he cyst checked at regular ntcrvals lo see if any changes n size occur. Is arteriosclerosis the sama as atherosclerosis'? Dear Mr. F.: Mr. J.F., Va. Atherosclerosis can be called a subdivision of arteriosclerosis, Arteriosclerosis is the lerm applied to the many changes that affect the inner lining, the muscle wall and the outside of the arteries. Atherosclerosis refers lo the formation of calcium plaques that form on the inner layer of the blood vessel, narrow it. and interfere with its blood supply. B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) deal occurred between the in the United overexacting and disapproving with associates who do not live jp to your standards. Try to curb this trait, to become less rigid, more flexible. Your versatility gives you a wide choice of fields in which to succeed. you could become a brilliant awyer. an outstanding statesman, confidential secretary or public speaker; a gifted novel. , teacher or scientist. Music and engineering also fine outlets for your ts. Birthdate of: John J. Pershing, Commandcr-in-Chief of World War T: Theodore Roosevelt. Jr., ex-Gov. of Puer- lo Rico; Sherwood Anderson, A m e r . playwrinht: C'=uidetle Colbert and Mickey Rooney, film stars. North dealer. Both sides vulnerable. The biddinig: Â·This match States and Norway in 1970. The American North-South pair bid aggressively to three notrump and would have made this unstylish contract had West led a club and continued the suit af-lcr declarer tried a spade finesse at trick two. NORTH *Q J 1 0 9 4 V Q 4 Â» K7 3 WEST EAST AK 6 5 3 *7 V A 8 Â» K J 7 6 5 3 Â« Q * 10 5 4 2 + A 10 8 7 6 2 +43 SOUTH * A 8 2 V 1 0 9 2 Â» A J 9 8 6 + J 9 But whether South woul' vc made three n o t r u m p wi: ver be known because East s mind elsewhere, led the foil clubs at trick one b u t o Crossword By Eugent Sheffer HE/tL. KILL. ME IF HE- FINPS OUT WHAT KIND Of PANCE I'VE REALLY SOME f?AIN MOT ACLOUD IK! -THE SKV ! AMVONE TUPN IN A n- Bt-ONDE/ LOSTÂ£ FOUND llllr" MI? ' BUMSTEAD, ^ 41 '( TM!S IS MY NEW J ^-^ ASSOCIATE O 1 n HOV/ CAM HE CUT VOUR 1 HAIC WITHOUT USING v/ SCISSORS? H= SPRAYS IT WTM LACQUER AMD CHIPS IT OFF ,__ ACROSS 1 Bakery product 5 Mountain 8 Argot 12 Concept 13 Lila or Peggy Â« On the sheltered side 15 Racing shell. steersman 17 Steals 18 Sailor 19 Most docile 21 Lid Z4 arrived 25 Confined to bed 2Â£ Spanish explorer 3D Heir 31 Wading bird '32 Kimono sash 33 Quadrangle 35 Sect. 36 Russian mountain range 37 Grows dim. 38 Cupboard 41 Bakery product 42 Possessive pronoun 43 Catch up with 48 Joint 49 Nothing. 50 Furnace 51 The Orient . 52 "Perched ' 53 Tear Avg. solution time: 23 min. DOWN 1 Twitching. 2 Commotion 3 King 4 Sipped 5 Winglike 6 Garland 7 Polygon 8 Biblical mount 9 Medicinal plant 10 Birds' bills Answer lo 'yesterday's puzzle, 11 Examinatior 16 Conflict 20 So be it 21 Throw n ,2 Woodwind 23 Outlet 24 Celebrate in song 26 Explosive forces 27 Noisy 28 Capable 29 Insect eggs 31 Rabbit 34 Reddish- brown 35 Religious singer 37 Pelt 38 Type of fuel 39 Goddess of the moon 40 Crude metal's 41 Zone 44 By way of 45 Salutation 46 Cognizance 47 Conclusion 3i 38 42. 23 39 26 44 SO rn. The cning lead out of turn gav eclarer a choice of four pena' laws governing ai ies he can exact, one of which s to accept the lead, out of urn. Play progresses normally f declarer accepts the lead out turn. South, seeing only his own land, did not much fancy Â· a lub lead, and accordingly he sked the proper player. West, o lead, at the same time jarring West from leading a club, which was one of Soulh's Â·ighls. : Â· This proved lo be a mighty poor choice when West elected o lead the ace and another icnrl. As a result, South wont lown four to Uie tune of 400 points! Declarer might have done better had he applied Goldwater's Law (named a f t e r flurry Goldwalei\ 'tournament director of the American Contract Bridge League). According to the Goldwater principle, a declarer should always accept an opening lead out of turn, declining Ihe other options available to him. Goldwalcr's theory is that if someone is not a good enough bridge player lo know whose lead it is. after the auction is over, the chances are lhat he also doesn't know the ''jest lead for his side. Possibly Goldwaler' Law would have worked out well in the present case Â· but wel'l never know for sure. PONYTAIL "I'm considering going steady with Warren...he has excellent references from Sue, Karen and Gloria!" WANT ACTION? 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