YES, AMP IF WO SCRATCH IT WITH WRSTUPIP EIBOU$, I'LL POUND VWf core WHEN /OU'RÂ£ INDIGNANT TOO MOCK JOGGING CAN E HAD FOR NOU J BAH ,'IVE BEEN JOGGING LIKE THIS J XrojJSYEARgy GOSH-- YOU MUST BE AWFUL TIRED.' BUT VOUR HÂ«P,-PAPAJ READ** r GO AHEAD. JGOIWO*\ 0 S3 3 ,| se *,Â»Â», *e WAS WSCUSSIN- Â·MS ECONOMY"' ' NO MATTEL HOW SOOP -THINGS MIGHT 9Â£, CSS TAIN ITWS IS A BWB6A1N THOUGH QUOTATION FROM CHAIRMAN PORKV: HONSSTy A/S/NTEGRITV A/H'7 THINGS THAT CAJV SS BOUGHT-- VOU fAV fÂ£K Â£# IN THIS WORL0? MAW-CftN X BORRV F1FTV CENT TO 61T IN TH J CARD GAME? WHY DO VE ftLVJAVS VJANT TO BORRV MY HftRD-EARNT MONEV, PAW? WHY DONT VE TRY EARNIN 1 IT YORESELF PER A CHANGE ? *'-A ) [TKit-TSKT! 100 OF W3RLD WAR I CANNON *\ AV RELATIVES -- ' JUST MASSACRED THAT l-l 'OKUM 'ORSELESS ., PARADE rr-NOBODY XT'V 'ORSBSUARDSJT- KNEW IT WAS LOADED. WHAT'S -rwis STUFF OW ST6AK WHY ON EARTH WOULP you PUT A STEAK? Â·u Â£ EV/EP GO MAEP JO E1 OUT OF WORK? THATS AM INSULT/ Jill DOW'TYOU TRUST BUT WHEM ! DSAS YOU IMTO COURV I WAMT SOMETHING IM WRITING; i 110 Â· Northwest ArkanMU TIMES, Men., Oct. 21, 1974 FAYITTIVILLt, ARKANSAS Â· Mini ...... liiiiiiHHiiiiiiuiniii ...... iiiuiiiiiiini ..... uaitnntiiiniiinuiiiuiiiiH ...... iniuiininiimiiiiiiuiiiim ..... uinininiininn LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Nasal Polyps Return Without Treatment ^ANNUAL CELEBRATION IN JAIPUR, INDIA, ATTENDED WAS MANV-AS 6000 PERSONS, FEATURES A MftK! WHOSE ONLY PERFORMANCE IS TfAK/Hff OUT HIS HAiK VHTIt Hf/SCOMPtfTfiYMlO THi TURTLE HAS NOT CHANCED IN 200.000.000 YEARS A SUSPENSION BRIDGE CONSTRUCTED IW UOMSv'lEW.WASH, SOlCtr TO fNABLESQUIRKEtS TO CROSS A BVSV THOROV6H- FARE -.-. Submitted by MKS. Marsha Ulurzer, Gsmas, WashmgTori FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope ll[!ll!l]UI!lill![ll!ll!IIH[||[llllllll!llll]!ll!llll[|l!lUI!!lll!l[[i Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUES., OCT. 22 ARIES (Mar. 21 lo Apr. 20) Weighty matters will need lo be given sufficient thought now; also a great deal of patience. Don't try to rush tilings through. Neither fear failure. Stress your innate optimism. TAUEUS .(Apr. 21 to May 21) day generally, be given some Polyps liuvc been taken out of my nose three times. After the operation, I feel fine. Tiien the polyps return and my nose becomes blocked again. Why do they keep returning'; Mr. T.L.T., Pa. Dear Mr. T.: Nasal polyps ara caused by infection of the sinuses, allergies, or a combination of both. P o l y p s a r e grape-like swellings in the inner lining of the mucous membrane of the nose. When they grow large, they impair breathing through the nose because of their size. I m m e d i a t e l y following surgery the free passage of air through the nose is so comfortable that many patients fail to return for further treatment Herein lies the reason for the return of polyps. If the underlying allergy and sinus infection remains un treated, polyps will form again and continue tt grow until they obstruct free breathing. It is important that the cause if polyps 'be treated after- lie polps have been removed.' My doctor refuses to give me; vater pills to lose weight. My' rietids take them and lose as' much as three pounds a day. Miss F.E., N.J.; Dear Miss E.: ; Since you wrote this letter,; lave you noticed that thoso 1 iame friends have regained' their lost weight? ', The temporary loss of weight* )y .dehydration is not a subsli-"; ;ute for loss of weight by sensi-; ble dieting. Â· Â· j Diuretics, or . "water pills,"; arc very valuable tools of * modern medicine. They are" carefully chosen for very speci-V fie conditions. ' 'J They are not used casually,' by doctors. ' . ;Â· Unfortunately, many of these; pills are purchased without prc-; scription, and. are traded by"friends" who have no aware-' ness of the fundamental princi-j pies of weight reduction. Â· , B. JAY BECKER An average but you may additional responsibilities; may also face some complex situa tions. Handle all w i t h your usual equanimity. GEMINI (May 22 lo June 21) You may find yourself in the midst of controversy. Don't let it bother you. Rather, get together with opponents and, using your innate foresight, you can solve all issues nicely. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) A thoughtful review before beginning day's program will speed up its fine potentialities for success. Especially favored: teachers, students, all engaged in the medical professions. LEO (July ?( to Aug. 23) Advance R new M-a, enlist the help o' others f'i put it across. Under prevailing influences, you should win new benefits, advance your status. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Stellar influences generous, so you fairly have to provide your own momentum to carry on. Neither too many problems nor much opposition indicated. LIBRA (Sept.. 24 to Oct. 23) the most of such fine opportunity. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Jupiter influences not loo friendly. Avoid getting in over your head -- especially where you happen to be on unfamiliar ground. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A favorable day for negotiations, working toward conlracl settlement. Parties of the second part now appreciate what you have to offer. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. 19) Slixed influences. Stay out of speculative ventures and be e x c e p t i o n a l l y careful i n dealings wilh the opposite sex. PISCES ('Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) The Pisccan tendency to seek :he Unusual and offbeat will be much in evidence now. You'll hid much satisfaction in .areas others overlook. YOU BORN TODAY are an ntense and lively individual -i real "firecracker" in both your personal and professional ife. Your attitude toward associates is extremely outgoing and you possess an unusual 'lair for the dramatic. With all Ihis, you are within, a softly sensitive person, caring deeply "or others and aclually suf- 'ering over "man's inhumanity to man." No matter whaf career you adopt, you will almost inevitably, make time to devote yourself to causes On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Flay) . This looks like one your better days. You should be the center of attraction in whatever circle you find yourself business or pleasure. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Mars influences! may result in ai agreement where there waf only opposition before. Do make South dealer. Nielher side vulnerable. NORTH * A 6 Â» 2 Â« K Q J O T 7 6 + K Q 1 0 5 WEST EAST * 9 7 5 4 * K Q 1 0 8 2 Â» A 7 6 4 Â» J 9 5 Â» 4 Â» 9 B 2 * 8 7 4 2 + 6 3 Â· ' SOUTH * J Â£ * K Q _ * A 5 3 *A J9 The bidding: South West North I V Pass 1* 1 NT Pass 2* 2 NT Pass 3* 3* Pass 4 + 4 Â· Pass 4 NT 5 4. Pass 5 * 5 Â¥ Pass 5 NT 6 Â¥ Pass 6 NT designed to improve common lot. Career-wise, would make an intense , the you and dynamic actor, a brilliant attorney or jurist, a powerfully persuasive writer, a highly sensitive musician -- in almost any field. Birthdate of: Franz Liszt, world-renowned c o m p o s e r ; Sarah Bernhardt, French actress; Joan Fontaine, film star; Giovanni Martinelli, Hal. opera singer. Â· Opening lead - four of spades This deal was played in the L962 European championship it :he match between France an Italy. If you don't understani the bidding,- that makes two of us. as I don't understand i either. It would ieem that Gheslem nd Bacherich, :he French M'orth-South pair, also didn't understand the bidding, for it ook them 20 minutes and 16' bids to wind up in the wrortg contract] The Italian North - South pair- had played the hand first and reached six diamonds. True,; hey went down, but only" )ecause East led a spade .and' he trumps were not divided 2-2." Theorectically they had a good shot at the slam. ; Ghestem had no chance for; six notrump once a spade was: ed. He tried to steal the con-, tract by taking the ace ofv spades and leading a h e a r t ' -- j loping East would have the ace and duck -- but the effect of;his desperate effort- was that ne went down four. * The early bids for Bathcricli-T Ghestem were based 8n their "relay 1 system. The spade hid (the cheapest possible bid) '' nothing to do with spade' asked South to t'cfine his Ir, One nolrump .;y South dc Â· .e a second suit. Two clubs was another relay asking for further e n l i g h t e n m e n t ; a n d t w o notrujnp showed values somewhat above a minimum opening Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Awakened 9 Disfigure 8 Tigers 12 Black 13 Fish 14 Chills and fever 15 Knotgrass 17 Garment 18 Vase 19 Stout shoe 21 Winglike 24 Later called Paul 25 Dream, in Paris 2S Canary food 30 Salutation 31 English poet 32 Japanese shrub 33 Hunter's companions 35 Neat 36 Repeat (Scot.) 37 Greek island 38 Tropical fruit 41 Chinese pagoda 42 Amalekite king 43 Aviary item 48 Preposition 49 Gehrig 50 Charles Lamb 51 Charge 7 Rural against sights property 8 Songs A vg^ solution time: 27 fliin. 9 Excited 10 Saxhorn 11 Observed 16 Twisted 20 Rough 52 Compass reading 53 Dregs DOWN 1 Network 2 Broad sash 21 Semite 3 Hebrew 22 Son of measure 4 Persist 5 Bearing 6 American humorist Jacob' 23 Affirm 24 Burn 26 Promotable 27 French river 28 Redact 29 Cupola 31 June 6, 1944 34 Mythical monster 35 Vestiges 37 Bounder 38 Gaugin 39 Vedic god 40 Liver paste 41 Loyal 44 Electrified particle 45 Fourth caliph 46 -- Bias tod. Three clubs asked for the number, of aces (I think), and three spades indicated two. Then came inquiries for kings and queens (I think), and so on ad infinitum. France won the cliampion- 1 thip! PONYTAIL Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 47 Consume 23 43 24 44 41 20 31 8 ' 14 17 35 SO 53 28 46. II 41 "What's this?...the five o'clock feeding?I" HOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD BY TELEPHONE Dial 442-6242-Ask For CLASSIFIED DEADLINES: -- to Start Sunday Â«rÂ« accepted onto ft p-tn. Friday. - To start Monday Â«ri accepted onUl *i:30 a.m. Saturday. -- to start Tuesday thru Saturday are acctpted until * p.m. on the day tefor* publication. CLASSIFIED DTSPTAY (SPACE) AD3 -- to start Sunday are accepted on ID 4 p.m. Thursday. -- t start Monday are accepted nnlfl, 4 p.m. Friday. -- to start Tuesday thru Saturday srÂ« ' accepted unUJ 4 p.ra. two days befori publication. Classified Office Hours Are: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.to 4:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
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