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Monday, August 19, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) StAH DrLamb WIN AT BRIDGE Holmes solves it on 13th clue Alergic reaction to bee stings By Lawrence E. Lamb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB - I am concerned about allergic reactions to bee stings. Last summer my wife was stung on the leg by what we think was a honey bee. There was some reaction with discoloring and swelling, but it cleared up after three Weeks without medication. Later she was stung just under the right eye and had a very strong reaction with swelling and shock, severe itching in the palms of the hands and under the feet, and red blotches appeared on her arms. Within 30 to 40 minutes she developed a low pulse and weak heart beat. No medication was administered, but the allergist suggested a series of shots to be taken after a 30-day wailing period. After the 30 days she declined to have the shots. I'm concerned about what kind of a reaction she would have if she should be stung now after several months have elapsed, and if it is imperative that some medication be prescribed now. DEAR READER - You have good reason to be concerned. There are several deaths recorded from bee and wasp stings. If a person has just a limited swelling near the location of the sting, usually it is not serious. However, anyone who has something more, as the hives (the red blotches) or a shock-like reaction, is in danger. With each subsequent sting the reaction is usually more severe than before. You should consider it as a form of allergic reaction. The chances are that your wife will have more trouble the next time she is stung than she did the last time. Those shots your doctor recommended desensitize a person so he will be less Gifts For The Bride Reflect New Lifestyle NEW YORK (AP) — Today's avant garde bride may wear blue jeans and carry field flowers. Most brides, however, still float down the aisle in yards of silk and lace, since tradition seems to hold sway when a girl marries. Whatever the ceremony, the contemporary bride is a different woman from her mother, with a whole new lifestyle. Bridal registries and gift-giving services are noting trends that reflect these differences. The '70s wedding gifts, they report, are compact, mobile and easy to care for. Small electrical appliances, audio-visual equipment and linens are high on the list of preferences. Silver seems to be the one link to tradition. According to a recent Modern Bride Magazine report, 38 per cent of today's brides have completed college. This same survey shows that 66 per cent are employed and their median age is 20.8 years. These statistics profile a better educated, career-oriented, more mature young woman whose lifestyle requires more time away from home. The gift for the '70s bride must also fit into a shrinking environment. E. B. Weiss, "Advertising Age" social survey expert, reports that 80 per cent of America's young adults will be living in apartments by 1980. With fewer rooms, living space must be flexible, converting from sleeping to eating to entertaining and study with the push of a button. And not only is the newlywed nest growing smaller, it is also being moved more often. Young marrieds are motivated to move for business, the second home and pleasure. Their second home may even be in a foreign country. Their possessions must be as mobile as they are. So how to choose a bridal gift for this educated, employed new Mrs. with tuned up tastes and a yen to travel? Tish Baldrige, social secretary to the White House during the Kennedy administration, now consultant to GiftAmerica, says, "First you must do a little research on how the future bride intends to live, will she do any formal entertaining or is it going to be all bare feet back-to- nature. Secondly, if you select a wonderfully practical gift, like an electric blender or clock-radio, personalize it by sending a hand written note at the same time, explaining that Che gift comes with your love and the most loving thing you could think of to send is something useful." —Ofoey all traffic laws. by Ben-nceBedeOd For Tuesday, Aug. 20, 1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) Over the next few days an important personal relationship will be drawn closer together through bonds of mutual understanding. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A good day for you to tackle pet projects that are both productive and creative. Rapid strides can be made in work you find enjoyable. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You'll do very well at this time if you're involved in something where getting along with others is an essential ingredient. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Over the next couple of days you'll find ways to smooth-out the rough spots that caused a bit of friction at home lately. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Your charm and sense of humor are two of your biggest assets at the present. You'll know how to use them to win allies. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) This is a good period for you where finances or business matters are concerned. Make the most of opportunities that arise now. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Something pleasant and rewarding will be coming your way. It comes through an interest where a small, but friendly, group is involved. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) In a situation where you're not too free to act openly a reliable friend will cover the bases for you and protect your position. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Oec. 21) You're going to be able to put to good use someone else's idea far more, successfully than the person who first conceived it. CAPRICORN (Pec. 22-Jan. 19) Favorable results come over the next few days in things that offer prestige, plus material compensation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Your actions will be motivated by the idealistic side of your nature. It will later prove to have been the best source you could have drawn from. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) You're going to reap a unique profit from a joint venture that will at first appear to be without promise Television Logs likely to have a severe reaction should he be stung again. Usually it is necessary to complete the series, then take shots every so often to keep your protection, it is not too late, and she should have them now. In addition, you should have an emergency kit available. You can get these through your doctor. It may save her life. These kits contain medicine to counter the reaction in case of a sting, and a tourniquet to tie above the sting if it is in a location where this can be done. If she gets stung, the first thing to do is remove the stinger. Do this with a dull knife or similar object. Scoop it out, don't squeeze. If you squeeze it with the finger or other motion you inject more of the poison into the spot. Incidentally, only a honey bee will leave its stinger in you. II dies because of this. Wasps and other bees do not leave their stinger. If you don't have a kit or anything, remove the stinger and put some ice over the spot and keep it there while you go to the doctor. Consider il an emergency even if there is no immediate reaction. The desensitizing medicine has material in it that also protects against other insect stings, such as wasp or hornet stings. A sting from any of these could be dangerous to a person who has had a severe reaction. You can help prevent stings by eliminating nests and keeping flowers down. Your wife should not wear scented perfumes or powders. Even clothes make a difference. Bees and wasps are attracted to bright floral prints and black clothes. They are not attracted to or angered by light colors, such as white, tan, khaki or green colors. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on diver- ticulosis, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Diverticulosis" booklet. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) NORTH * AQ42 V 842 + Q105 WEST 4 J ICG V 975 4 AK J642 + 7 SOUTH (D) 19 EAST 4 K985 VlO + 93 «f«Q98532 ¥ A K Q J 6 3 487 *A10R East-West vulnerable West North East 'ass 'ass 'ass U 4V South It I'ass 3V Pass Pass Opening lead — K4 Jim: "Holmes promptly leads a club to dummy's king; finesses against East s queen and claims his contract before West has had time to play to the trick. West says, 'It looks as if you knew my partner had the queen.' ". Oswald: "Of course, Holmes did. It wouldn't require much effort on anyone s part to know When East trumped the third diamond it meant West held six cards in that suit. West had shown up with three spades and three hearts and followed to the first club. Thirteen cards were accounted for. He could not have another club." (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Monday Night n 1 1 (] ii your bTthdoy By Oswald & James Jacoby Jim: "George Gooden and Frank Thomas have written an amusing book called 'Sherlock Holmes-Bridge Detective'. It is a collection of 44 hands. The bidding is unimportant since each one illustrates some point in play in the form of a dissertation by Holmes. Oswald: "The first hand shows Holmes at a four-heart contract. West leads three rounds of diamonds. East ruffs dummy's queen. Holmes overruffs, plays three rounds of trumps and loses the spade finesse. East leads back a spade to dummy's ace. Holmes ruffs a third spade." The bidding has been: 19 West North East South 1* Pass 2+ Pass 4+ Pass 4 N.T. Pass 5* Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AQ654 VAQ654 *A K * 2 What do you do now? A—Bid five notrump. This tells your partner (hat your side holds all the aces. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner jumps to seven clubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow SendSt lor JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win at Bridge," (do this newspaper), P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. 6:00 Travel Film 2 Movie 3 "Rage" News 4-6-7-10-11-12 6:30 Educational Profiles 2 I Love Lucy 4 Beverly Hillbillies 6 Felony Squad 7 Adam-12 10 To Tell the Truth 11 Buck Owens 12 7:00 Pro Tennis 2 Baseball World of Joe Garagiola 4-6 Rookies 7-10 Gunsmoke 11-12 7:15 Baseball 4-6 "Phillies vs. Reds 8:00 NFL Football 3-7-10 Vikings vs. Dophins Here's Lucy 11 The Commanders 12 8:30 Dick Van Dyke 11 9:00 Medical Center 11-12 fh'e first imperial harem was begun in Constantinople in the 1400s, and developed into a unique institution housing royal wives, concubines, female relatives, slaves, and eunuchs who were all subordinate to the sultan's mother, The World Almanac notes. Western influence, during the past century, has led to the discontinuance of harems which remain in only a few royal palaces in the Middle East. Record; 186 Records Went Gold Last Year Aug. 20,1974 You'd better get your traveling gear in order. This will be a year when lots of short pleasure trips are likely Romance may also beckon to you By MARY CAMPBELL AP Newsfeatures Writer During 1973, 186 recordings were certified as gold by the Recording Industry Association of America — 70 singles and 116 LPs. This is the second largest certification in RIAA history, to 1972, when 191 records turned gold — 66 singles and 125 LPs. A single must sell a million copies to be certified gold and an LP must sell $1 million in manufacturer's sales. Gold singles are: "Funny Face," Donna Fargo; "You're So Vain," Carly Simon; "It Never Rains in Southern California," Albert Hammond; "Super Fly," Curtis Mayfield; "Rockin 1 Pneumonia and the Boogie Flu," Johnny Rivers; "Crocodile Rock," Elton "John; "Love Jones," Brighter Side of Darkness; "Love Train," the O'Jays; "Could it Be that I'm Falling in Love?" and "One of a Kind (Love Affair),"- Spinners; "Harry Hippie," Bobby Womack and Peace; "Killing Me Softly with his Song," Roberta Flack; "The World Is a Ghetto" and "Cisco Kid," War; "Your Mama Don't Dance," Loggins and Messina; "Dueling Banjos,' 1 Eric Weissberg; "Last Song," Edward Bear; "Clair" and "Get Down," Gilbert O'Sullivan; "Ain't No Woman," Four Tops; "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia," Vicki Lawrence; "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" and "Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose?", Dawn; "The Cover of the Rolling Stone," Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show; "Break Up to Make up," the Stylistics; "Call Me (Come Back Home)" and ''Here I Am (Come and Take Me)," Al Green; "Little Willy," the Sweet; "Funky Worm," Ohio Players; "Sing," "Yesterday Once More" and "Top of the World," the Carpenters; "Pillow Talk," Sylvia; "Leaving Me," Independents; "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby," Barry White; "Frankenstein," Edgar Winter Group; "Will it Go Round in Circles?" and "Space Race," Billy Preston; "Playground in my Mind," Clint Holmes; "Drift Away," Dobie Gray; "My Love" and "Live and Let Die," Paul McCartney and Wings; "Natural High," Bloodstone; "Doin" It To Death," Fred Wesley and the JBs; "Shambala," Three Dog Night; "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown," Jim Croce; "Give Your Baby a Standing Ovation," the Dells; "The Morning After," Maureen McGovern; "Brother Louie," Stories; "Monster Mash," Bobby Pickett; "Smoke on the Water," Deep Purple; "Delta Dawn," Helen Reddy; "Behind Closed Doors" and "The Most Beautiful Girl," Charlie Rich; "If You Want Me To Stay," Sly and the Family Stone; "Twelfth of Never," Donny Osmond; "That Lady," Isley Brothers; "We're an American Band," Grand Funk Railroad; "Love Me Like a Rock," Paul Simon; "Half- Breed," Cher; "Midnight Train to Georgia," Gladys Knight and the Pips; "I Believe in You (You Believe in Mei," Johnny KAREN CARPENTER sang her way into more gold records in 1973 than anybody else. Taylor; "Heart Beat — It's a Lovebeat," the DeFranco Family; "Why Me?", Kris Kristofferson; "Angie," Rolling Stones; "Paper Roses," Marie Osmond; "Show and Tell," Al Wilson; "If You're Ready," Staple Singers; "The Love I Lost," Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes; and "Photograph," Ringo Starr. Gold LPs: "Long John Silv e r , '' Jefferson Airplane; "More Hot Rocks (Big Hits and Fazed Cookies)" and "Goats Head Soup," Rolling Stones; "The Magician's Birthday" and "Uriah Keep Live," Uriah Keep; "Crazy Horses," the Os- 'monds; "Too Young" and "My Best to You," Donny Osmond; "Creedence Gold," Creedence Clearwater Revival; "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A.," Donna Fargo; "Loggins and Messina," "Sittin 1 In" and "Full Sail," Loggins and Messina; "360 Degrees of Billy Paul," Billy Paul; "Don't Shoot Me, I'm Only the Piano Player" and "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," Elton John; "World Wide 50 Gold Award Hits, Vol. 1," "Elvis-Aloha from Hawaii via Satellite" and "Elvis-that's the W a y it Is," Elvis Presley; "Live Concert at the Forum," Barbra Streisand; "The Stylistics" and "Round 2," the Stylistics; "Around the World with Three Dog Night" and "Cyan," Three Dog Night; "I Am Woman," Helen Reddy; "Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory," Traffic; "Dueling Banjos," soundtrack from "Deliverance;" "Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me," Mac Davis; "Wattstax-the Living Word," various artists; "In Concert," Derek and the Dominos; "Billion Dollar Babies" and "Muscle of Love," Alice Cooper; "Kenny Rogers and the First Edition Greatest Hits," Kenny Rogers and the First Edition; "Houses of the Holy," Led Zeppelin; "The Best of Bread," Bread; "Who Do We Think We Are!" and "Made in Japan," Deep Purple; "The Beatles 1962-1966" and "The Beatles 1966-1970" the Beatles; "The Dark Side of the Moon" and "Meddle," Pink Floyd; "The Divine Miss M" and -Bette Midler," Bette Midler; •They Only Come Out at Night," Edgar Winter Group; "BackStabbers," the O'Jays; "Yessongs" and "The Yes Album," Yes; "Red Rose Speedway" and "Band on the Run," Paul McCartney and Wings; "William E. McEuen Presents Will the Circle Be Unbroken," the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; "Can't Buy a Thrill," Steeley Dan; "Living in the Material World," George Harrison; "Curtis" and "Back to the World," Curtis Mayfield; "Now and Then" and "The Singles 1969-1973," the Carpenters; "Class Clown," George Carlin; ''The Sensational Charley Pride," "From Me to You" and "The Country Way," Charley Pride; "There Goes Rhymin' Simon," Paul Simon; "Moving Waves" and "Focus 3," Focus; "Diamond Girl," Seals and Crofts; "Fantasy," Carole King; "Leon Live," Leon Russell; "The Captain and Me" and "Toulouse Street," Doobie Brothers; "Call Me," Al Green; "Spinners;" "Chicago VI," Chicago; "Dick Clark: 20 Years of Rock 'n 1 Roll," original artists; "A Passion Play," Jethro Tull; "Foreigners," Cat Stevens; "Cabaret," "Jesus Christ Superstar," "American Graffiti" and "Jonathan Livingston Seagull." soundtracks: "Live at the Sahara Tahoe," Isaac Hayes; "Fresh," Sly and the Family Stone; "We're an American Band," Grand Funk Railroad; "Brothers and Sisters," Allman Brothers Band; "Killing Me Softly," Roberta Flack; "Farewell Andromeda" and "John Denver's Greatest Hits," John Denver; "Anticipation," Carly Simon; "Deliver the Word," War; "Bloodshot," J. Geils Band; "Love Devotion Surrender," Carlos Santana and Mahavishnu John Mclaughlin; "Long Hard Climb," Helen Reddy; "Beginnings," Allman Brothers Band; "Los Cochinos," Cheech and Chong; "Sing it Again, Rod," Rod Stewart; "Angel Clare," Art Garfunkel; "Quadrophenia," the Who; "The Golden Age of Rock 'n 1 Roll," Sha Na Na; "Life and Times," "You Don't Mess Around with Jim" and "I Got a Name," Jim Croce; "The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get," Joe Walsh; "Imagination," Gladys Knight and the Pips; "I've Got So Much To Give," Barry White; "Head to the Sky," Earth, Wind and Fire; "Ringo," Ringo Starr; "The Silver Tongued Devil and I" and "Jesus Was a Capricorn," KrisKristofferson; "3 + 3," Isley Brothers; "Behind Closed Doors," Charlie Rich; "Joy," Isaac Hayes; "Welcome," Santana; "Mind Games," John Lennon; "The Joker," Steve Miller Band; "Time Fades Away," Neil Young; "Brain Salad Surgery," Emerson, Lake and Palmer; "Snowbird," Anne Murray, and "Dylan," Bob Dylan. Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia was vice president of the Confederacy despite his previous opposition to secession. Stephens also opposed many of Confederate President Jefferson Davis' policies, especially those which granted him extra- constitutional war powers and allowed suspension of the writ of habeas corpus to permit otherwise illegal imprisonment, The World Almanac recalls. 10:00 News 4-6-11-12 10:30 Johnny Carson 4-6 Movie 11-12 "The Tiger Makes Out" 11:00 ABC Captioncd News 2 News 3-7-10 11:30 Movie 3 "Her Husband's Affairs" Perry Mason 7 To Be Announced 10 12:00 Here Comes the Brides 4 Tomorrow 6 Tuesday Morning 6:30 Summer Semester 11 6:45 RFD 6 6 6:50 Your Pastor 12 6:55 Morning Devotions 4 7:00 Today 4-6-10 Cal Dring 7 CBS News 11-12 7:15 Colorful World 3 7:45 New Zoo Revue 3 8:00 Sesame Street 2 Bozo's Cartoon Carnival 7 Captain Kangaroo 11-12 8:15 Movie 3 "She Played with Fire" 8:30 Arkansas 7 9:00 Classroom Instruction 2 Name That Tune 4-6-10 Movie- 7 "Thunderhead—Son of Flicka" Joker's Wild 11 Sesame Street 12 9:30 Winning Streak 4-6-10 Gambit 11 10:00 Classroom Instruction 2 Split Second 3 High Rollers 4-6-1C Now You See It 11-12 10:30 Brady Bunch 3-7-10 Hollywood Squares 4-6 Love of Life 11-12 10:55 CBS News 11-12 11:00 Classroom instruction 2 Password 3-7-10 Jackpot! 4-6 Young and the Restless 11-12 11:30 News 3 Celebrity Sweepstakes 4-6 Split Second 7-10 Search for Tomorrow 1112 11:55 NBC News 4-6 Afternoon 12:00 Classroom instruction 2 All My Children 3-7-10 Little Rock Today 4 News 6-12 Eye On Arkansas 11 12:30 Let's Make A DeatM-li Jeopardy! 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Assorted colors and libers. Sizes 8-18. Fashion! Boys KNIT SHIRT 3 styles in solids and patterns in assorted colors. Short sleeves, sizes 8-18. Juvenile Boys KNIT SHIRT Two styles to choose from in assorted fiber contents. Patterns and solids in assorted colors Sizes 3-7 A BIG CATCH! Men s KNIT SHIRT Collar and placket model in 2 styles. Assorted colors. 100'u Acrylic, sizes S-M-L XL

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