Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 4, 1974 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 4, 1974
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Page Eight HOPE (Aftk.) STAR Wednesday, September 4* John David Carson a male Doris Day? WIN AT BRIDGE Bid 3'card majors - Good Grief! By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD - (NEA) One of the better young actors, John David Carson, is iusl back from Mexico where he shot "The Savage Is Loose," with George C. Scott. Scott not only starred in it, but he directed the film, too. And, Carson says, he believes Scott would accept a best director Oscar, should it be offered to him. It just could happen, Carson says, because he feels it's a good film and Scott has been working on it, off and on, for five years. Carson has become something of Scott's protege. During the filming, he stayed with George and wife Trish on their boat, the Elegante, moored about one-half mile off Puerta Vallarte. They had worked together, first in "Day of the Dolphin but Carson's part in that film was very small. Then Carson did an episode of Love Story, opposite Kim Darby, and Scott saw it. "I played a retarded youth,' Carson says. "It was the first time, I think, that Scott reali/ed I really could act halfway good. I got the part in 'Savage' because of that." That Love Story show was also a true love story — he and Kim fell in love. As of today, Carson says, "we're good friends, but we're both so busy it s hard to be together all the time." The extremely handsome and likable young actor, whose father by the way is Johnny Carson, calls himself "the male Doris Day - I'm 22 now but they've never let me get the girl in a film. I'm still a virgin." Tell the truth and people hate you. That's the experience of a lot of writers and it's happening now to Warren Harris, who has written a book about one of Hollywood's great love stories, "Gable and Lombard." In it, he makes the point that Clark Gable was not, in real life, a very good lover. "That has Gable's fans up in arms," Harris says. "I do a lot of these telephone radio shows and I keep getting angry calls from little old ladies, all saying virtually the same thing — how dare I say Clark wasn't a v.ery.good. There just are no ; gtars today lover, he was a GREAT w jt n any excitement." lover. Rain, storms sweep Atlantic Coast states By The Associated Press Showers and thunderstorms, some locally heavy, swept the • Atlantic Coast states today, •.causing flash floods in North . Carolina and scattering rain and drizzle west into the Appalachians. Heavy thunderstorms, possibly including a tornado, struck about five miles northwest of Kennedy Airport in New York, destroying more than 100 trees. Low streets and areas along creeks in Raleigh, N.C., were washed by flash floods after a 1 Mi-inch rain. An inch or more of rain soaked much of the region from Maine to the Carolines. A cold snap over the central states, Great Plains and Mississippi Valley produced a clear crisp night with temperatures again dropping to record levels in places. Milwaukee's 44 degrees set a record for both Tuesday night and early today. A frost warning was out for most of Michigan and scattered light frost was expected in oth- er Northern states. The Gulf Coast was shrouded in clouds. A few thunderstorms broke over the Southwest, and clouds covered the northern Pacific Coast. Temperatures west of the Rockies were seasonal. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 36 at Pellston, Mich., and Hibbing, Minn., to 93 at Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas, Nev. Some other reports: Anchorage 53 clear, Atlanta 60 cloudy, Boston 58 rain, Buffalo 49 partly cloudy, Chicago 53 clear, Cincinnati 52 partly cloudy, Cleveland 58 cloudy, Dallas 62 clear, Denver 52 clear, Detroit 48 clear, Honolulu 78 clear, Indianapolis 51 clear, Kansas City 46 clear, Los Angeles 68 clear, Louisville 53 clear, Miami 82 rain, Minneapolis-St. Paul 45 clear, Nashville 55 cloudy, New York 61 rain, Philadelphia 60 rain, Phoenix 87 partly cloudy, Pittsburgh 53 rain, St. Louis 47 clear, San Francisco 60 clear, Seattle 62 cloudy, Washington 62 rain. Injured son of singer reported out of danger SOUTH * AQ8 ¥ 105 1 K94 ID) 4 * A 10643 WK.ST * 10653 V 82 4 J 8 7 3 2 + .J7 SOUTH * K .1 9 ¥ 7 6 4 3 f AQ + K852 North-South West North 14 I'ass 2* Pass 3* Pass Pass Opening lead — EAST *742 ¥ A K Q J 9 4 1065 + Q9 vulnerable East South 1* 1* Pass 34> Pass 44 Pass 3* South simply cashed the two high clubs dropping the queen and jack. Then he took his ace and queen of diamonds and continued clubs. West could ruff any time he wished, but would have to give dummy the rest of the tricks. We don't approve of South's bidding and don't recommend such calls as a steady diet, but it really worked this time. Furthermore, the more normal contract of five clubs could be beaten by three heart leads with West trumping the third lead with his jack to set up a sure trump trick for East. INEWSF'AF'EH ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Television Logs Wednesday Night 6:00 Travel Film 2 Truth Or Consequences 3 News 4-6-7-10-11-12 JOHN DAVID CARSON: He never gets the girl. Harris says he got his tip about Gable's weakness from many different sources, including the doctor the actor went to for help. He's also getting some static from people he mentioned in the book. Myrna Loy told Harris about Gable's (and Tracey's) heavy drinking but now she is reportedly upset that he printed it. And Joan Crawford, he says, is supposedly angry about the way Harris treated her romance with Gable. Harris, and the rest of us who write books about Hollywood, is wondering who we 11 have to write about among today's crop. Who will we be writing about 20 years from now? "Nobody will be worth a book," Harris says gloomily. "A love story about Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward? Hardly. A book about Streisand? Dull, dull, dull. it a any By Oswald & James Jacoby South's one-spade bid was not quite as erratic as it appears at first glance. He didn't like the idea of an immediate jump to three clubs and he did want to make a forcing bid. Later on when North went from three clubs to three spacjes South decided to bid the spade game anyway. He thought that North would surely hold four spades and in any event South knew that he, South, was a very good dummy player. West got off to this best lead - a small trump. The next four tricks were two hearts led and lost by South and two further trumps led by the defense. This left West with the last trump and East with three good hearts but there was no way for East to get on lead. The bidding has been: West North East 1+ Pass Pass 3* Pass Pass 4N.T. Pass Pass 5N.T. Pass 4 South 24> 44 54 7 You, South, hold: 4AKQJ1054V 85 4K2432 What do you do now? A—Your partner is interested in seven. Bid seven spades and save time. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of rebidding three clubs your partner has raised you to three spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Send$1 lor JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win at Bridge." (do this newspaper). P.O. Box 489. Radio City Station. New York. NY 10019 Dr. Lamb The Vice diet' can be helpful By Lawrence E. Lamb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB - A friend has recently been put on a strange diet by a doctor of good reputation, and it makes little sense to me. I understand it was given for the purpose of fluid in the body and for a kidney condition. I'd like to try it for the fluid condition but hesitate to do anything so drastic. Nothing but cooked rice and orange juice for every meal for four or five days. Is it worth the try and has it any benefit for the system? Seems very unbalanced to me, and I try to balance my diet to the best of my knowledge as I cannot take drugs too well without side Still it does have its in medical problems DEAR READER - There are many "strange diets" used for special medical problems that should never be used by the public without a doctor's recommendation. The diet you speak of is a variation of the rice diet." It was popularized by Dr. Walter Kempner at Duke University years ago. In its original form it included only limited amounts of rice and fruit. The rice diet has two big advantages, it is low in salt and low in protein. You might wonder what advantage there would be to having a low protein diet. If you have kidney disease you sometimes have trouble.eliminat- ing urea, the ammonia part of amino acids in the excess protein most people eat. It is also low in calories and can be used as a weight reducing diet. Like other such diets it can make you very weak. You need to take vitamins and minerals if you are on such a diet more than a few days. The rice diet was used very successfully in many patients with high blood pressure in the days when we had few, if any, effective medicines to offer for this problem. With new medicines it is rarely used, place associated with retention of salt, kidney problems, and high blood pressure. The chief value of-the diet has been demonstrated to be its extremely low sodium content (low salt). Since neither rice nor fruit contain any major amount of fat and neither contain any cholesterol, it is truly a low- fat, low-cholesterol diet. It is an exhausting diet in many respects. It is certainly not something I could ever advise anyone to take just to manage normal cyclic changes in fluid retention. Absolutely no one should be on this diet unless the doctor has recommended it for a particular problem. However, if I had a patient who could not be managed properly with medicines and a more general diet, I would give it serious consideration. You have to limit your calories on this diet to lose weight. Calories do count. I always remember one of my patients I had told to eat nothing but rice and fruit in the hopes of controlling his weight and heart disease problems. He did not lose weight. So I asked him, "Alan, what have you been eating?" He replied, "Just what you told me, doc. Just rice and fruit, rice and fruit." Being of a suspicious nature, I asked him, "what kind of fruit?" "Bananas, doc." "How many bananas, Alan?" "Oh, I've just been giving them hell." When the fruit was limited, his weight began to disappear. 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 losing weight, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Losing Weight" booklet. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) byfemcefecteQ/ol For Thursday, Sept. 5,1974 ARIES (March 21 -April 19) Work or service you need performed that requires special expertise should not be (armed out unless you fully trust the craftsman. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) In your haste to get things done mistakes are likely. This could upset you and spoil some fun you're looking forward to. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Don't gamble on anything that could later reflect poorly on your reputation or status. Fol. low as conservative a course as possible. CANCER (June 21-July 22) You will be easily dissuaded from what you wish to attain if you listen to suggestions from one who dbesn't fully com- prehand your purposes. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Poor planning can prove costly at this time. Be sure your every move is thought out in advance, then proceed slowly. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) In a situation where you're sharing something with another, it appears each is expecting more from this sharing than is realistic. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Be very careful if making an agreement with another. There are certain facts that are being cleverly hidden from your view. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You're going to get an urgent request to do something unusual for a friend. Before you get too involved, be sure it's necessary. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) One of your outside interests will expose you to the boring company of two individuals who like to play the big shot role. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Don't exaggerate about anything of a material nature by pretending you have something you don't. You'll get an embarrassing request for a loan if you do. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) One of your friends will try to get you involved in a situation. You'll find it's a trifle too extravagant for your own good if you heed his pitch. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Continue to be as wary as a Scrooge where money is concerned. Try riot to borrow, lend or spend foolishly. your birthday September 5, 1974 Opportunities this year will come thick and fast, but they'll be of a fleeting nature. Common sense and follow-through will be required if they are to produce a yield. Heart Fund head named LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Calvin Hagan of Little Rock will be the chairman of the 1975 Heart Fund campaign in Arkansas. Hagan is state manager of Southland Life Insurance Co. The appointment of Hagan was made by Dr. Ben 0. Price of Little Rock, president of the Arkansas Heart Association, and Dorothy Harris of Wynne, chairman of the association's boarrl Hagan is a native of Stuttgart. That Girl 5 Hogan's Heroes 8 6:30 know Your Antiques 2 To Tell The Truth 3 Beverly Hillbillies 4-6 Wild Wild West 5 Gomer Pyle 8 American Angler 10 That Girl 11 Maude 12 7:00 Arkansas: Continuum 2 That's My Mama 3-7-10 Fools, Females And Fun 4-6 700 Club-Part I & II 8 Cannon 11-12 7:30 Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief 2 Movie 3-10 "Trapped" Rifleman 5 Let's Make A Deal 7 8:00, The Killers 2 Family Affair 5 Billy Graham Crusade 7 8:30 Henry Fonda As Clarence Darrow 4-6 Beverly Hillbillies 5 9:00 Billy Graham Crusade 3 Movie 5 "The Agony & The Ecstasy" Emmy Awards For News And Documentaries 7-10 Various 8 Kojak 11-12 9:30 Unwanted Inheritance 2 10:00 ABC Captioned News 2 News 3-4-5-6-11-12 Big Valley 8 10:15 Movie Cont'd 5 10:30 Emmy Awards For News And Documentaries 3 Johnny Carson 4-6 News 7-10 Movie 11-12 "The Disorderly Orderly" 11:00 Perry Mason 7 Bonanza 8 Wide World Special 10 11:45 Movie Eleven 5 "The Frozen Ghost" 12:00 Untouchables 4 Tomorrow 6 Wide World Special 7 1:05 News 5 1:20 Moments for Meditation , . . j, 5 Thursday Morning 6:25 Devotional 8 6:30 Update News 8 Summer Semester 1J 6:40 Moments For Meditation 5 6:45 News 5 RFD 6 6 6:50 Your Pastor 12 6:55 Morning Devotional 4 7:00 Today 4^. 10 Slam Bang Theatre 5 Cal Dring 7 Bugs Bunny 3 CBS News 11-12 7:15 Colorful World 3 7:30 Mighty Mouse 8 7:45 New Zoo Revue 3 8:00 Sesame Street 2 New Zoo Revue 5 Bozo's Cartoon Carnival 7 Bozo 8 Captain Kangaroo 11-12 8:15 Movie 3 "The Private Affairs of Bel Ami" 8:30 Furv 5 Arkansas 7 NASHVILLE, Term. (AP) The 4-year-old son of entertainer Johnny Cash is reported out of danger despite a skull fracture and a concussion suffered in a Labor Day weekend automobile accident. A neurosurgeon at Children's Hospital was quoted as saying late Tuesday that the condition of the boy, John Carter Cash, was stable and improving. A statement from the hospital described young John as past the danger point "awake and taking things by mouth." It added: "He will be in the hospital for observation for a couple of days and after he goes home will have to be quiet and will be on some medication." The boy was injured Monday afternoon when a jeep carrying him and six other persons overturned in a ditch near the Cash home. The youngster was pinned under the vehicle. Police said the jeep was driven by Cash's sister, Reba Hancock. Cash and his wife, June Carter, were not in the vehicle. Cash, 41, was ordered by doctors earlier to cancel his plans for being host to the local telecast of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon Monday night. They said he vyas.suffc.r- ing from exhaustion. ".Everybody's worrying about me. I'm okay. I'll live. But that's my entire life in there," Cash said after he and his wife spent Monday night at their son's side. Strikers return to work NEW YORK (AP) - Electrical workers have returned to work at Western Electric Co., the manufacturing arm of American Telephone & Telegraph Co., after ratifying a new contract. Members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers returned Tuesday after approving the new agreement by a narrow margin. This ended a 33-day strike by 60,000 workers. Pasquale Gino, president of the IBEW council, announced the ratification—by about 80 votes—in Reading, Pa. About 2,500 IBEW members remained out in three states because of local disputes. A company spokesman said a local agreement was reached Tuesday at Western Electric's subsidiary Teletype Corp. plant in Little Rock, Ark., but was still subject to ratification by 1,400 IBEW members. Contract negotiations were continuing at the Columbua River Switching Equipment factory in Vancouver, B.C., where 650 IBEW members are employed, and in San Ramon, Calif., where another 490 IBEW members remained on strike. New contracts were also announced between Bell Systems units of AT&T and up 9,OOOnIBEW members plus 50,000 members of 11 independent unions linked in the Alliance of Independent Telephone Unions. Leave Your Savings Alone Loan We have often said that Hope Federal is a good place to save and a good place to borrow. Here's proof of the pudding: You can borrow against your savings and then establish your own payment schedule. This keeps your savings intact and working hard for you while you use the money, for any reason you choose. This could be called "Leave Your Savings Alone Loan." It costs you a net of one per cent. The kind of deal that's hard to beat these days. 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