Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 12, 1974 · Page 5
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Thursday, September 12, i HOPE .) Sf Aft HARVEY MATOFSKY'S first big U.S. film after 10 years of producing in Rome was "Zandy's Bride," about the American West. He's shown with one of its stars, Liv Ullmann. 'Italian'film kings flock to Hollywood By Dick Kleiner HOLLYWOOD - (NEA) Hollywood is busier these days than it has been for some years. But one city's "busy-ness" is another city's disaster. While Hollywood is now prospering again, things are tough for the movie folks in Europe. I sat in the Warner Bros, commissary with Harvey Matofsky and we talked about Rome. Matofsky was, for 10 years or so, one of the biggies in Italian movies, an American who was almost an expatriate. The big question, then, was why did Harvey Matofsky come back home? "I was there when the bubble got big," he said, "and I was there when it burst. It's burst now." So he's come back to Hollywood to make films. He's got one out now — he produced "Zandy's Bride," with Gene Hackman and Liv Ullmann — and another one coming — "Face to the Wind," with Cliff Potts. Matofsky has given a lot of thought to why the European, and, in particular, the Roman bubble burst. For a while there, it looked like everything was being made in Europe, Rome's Cincitta and other studios had their fair share. "The bursting," he says, "was because the American audiences got more sophisticated. People shot over there to get the European backgrounds, the Roman locations. But today's American audiences have been there. They've visited the Vatican. They've been to Europe. "Now they want to see movies about American people and American problems. The European vogue is past." Matofsky says that Hollywood has once again become the center of the worldwide film industry. "Hollywood is in," he says, "and the foreign countries are out. Even Fellini (Italian director Federico Fellini) has hinted to me that he may move away from Italy. He told me he'd like to do a film here. I'm working on a package now, for him to do a Film with Dustin Hoffman here." . . Matofsky says this is the perfect time for him as an independent producer to function. He found "Zandy's Bride" — a 30-year-old novel — and thought it would make a great film. Then, one day, he was walking along the street and bumped into Gene Hackman. "1 didn't know Gene then," Matofsky says, "but I knew he was a friend of my pal, Dustin Hoffman. So I went up to him and said, 'What are you doing these days?' He said he was looking for a job. So I sent him the script of 'Zandy's Bride' and he liked it." That's how pictures are born in Hollywood these days. Of course, you have to have a script under your arm first. Snow falls in Wyoming By The Associated Press Snow fell on parts of Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska today, while thundershowers helped the Midwest stay muggy and warm. The late-summer storm dumped 3 inches of snow on Rawlins, Wyo. Two inches of rain drenched Falls City, Neb. Fog crawled along the California coast and spread out among the North and Middle Atlantic Coast states, reducing visibility to zero in Philipsburg and Harrisburg, Pa. But skies were clear across most of the southern half of the nation. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 27 at Laramie, Wyo., to 89 at Needles, Calif. Some other reports: Anchorage 57 cloudy, Atlanta 71 clear, Boston 67 cloudy, Buffalo 70 clear, Chicago 71 clear, Cincinnati 68 clear, Cleveland 67 cloudy, Dallas 75 cloudy, Denver 37 rain and snow, Detroit 68 rain, Honolulu 79 clear, Indianapolis 72 rain, Kansas City 74 clear, Los Angeles 66 cloudy, Louisville 70 clear, Miami 82 clear, Minneapolis-St. Paul 52 partly cloudy, Nashville 74 partly cloudy, New York 71 partly cloudy, Philadelphia 60 clear, Pittsbufgh 67 partly cloudy, St. Louis 71 clear, San Francisco 59 clear, Seattle 60 clear, Washington 74 clear. IF YOU ARE UNDER 19 and permanently disabled AS A RESULT OF MENTAL RETARDATION OR PHYSICAL HANDICAPS REMEMBER THIS: I! may oe possible tor you to be included or connnuea on your parents Health and Accident Insurance alter you reach 19 But you II have to contact your family's insurance company at least 31 days before your 19th birthday to be eligible It s a small thing to remember but it's easy lo forgei It you have a Iriend who might benefit Irom this message Pass the word A BEMINQEB FROM MENTAL BE!ABOAIION - DE V EvOPM tNI »L 2S5.'*HO BSHA..UTAT... SEHV.CE* Dr. Lamb Quiok recovery from eye surgery By Lawrence E. Lamb, M.D. DfcAR DR. LAMB - My husband has a cataract which has completely covered one eye. The other eye is starting a cataract also. Our eye doctor sajd his eye is ready to have it removed. We have heard there is more than one way to have a cataract removed. Could you give us more information on this, or tell us where we could get it? My husband saw a doctor on CBS television who performed a cataract operation on a man and 24 hours later the man was playing a musical instrument. He wasn't wearing glasses either. Is this possible? DEAR READER - Yes, there is more than one way to have a cataract removed. A cataract is a gradual hardening and clouding of the lens. The lens sits behind the pupil and is a rounded gelatinous body. When you are young and it is normal you can change the focus of the eye by changing the shape of the lens. There is a muscular band around its edge which contracts or relaxes to compress and thicken the lens or allow it to expand and become thinner. The change helps to focus light rays at the back of the eye so you can see things. The loss of elasticity and the clouding of the lens makes it difficult for light to be transmitted or for the lens to focus properly. Cataract surgery is designed to remove the hardened cloudy lens. The standard procedure is to cut a slit over the front of the eye and shell out the lens. The incision through the front of the eye must be big enough to slip out the hard lens. The newer technique was developed by Dr. Charles Kelman at the New York Medical College. He did the first one in 1967. Using an ultrasonic probe the hardened lens is broken up and liquified. It is literally sucked or washed out of the capsule encasing the hard lens. The big difference is that it takes a needle-point size hole to do the surgery; a puncture only about one-tenth of an inch long. the results have been excellent with the ultrasonic method. There is no agreement, though, that it is better. True, patients can go home the first day. BUT that old idea you had to stay in the hospital and not move after standard cataract surgery may not be true either. Dr. Miles A. Galin. also of New York Medical College, has sent patients home the same day of standard cataract surgery for some time. He found no difference in his patient's results whether they were in the hospital only hours after surgery or had to stay 10 days. He allowed his^patients to go home and do what their vision permitted them to do. However, it probably does make a difference how well the surgery goes in deciding who can do this. It points out, though, that it may not be necessary to be disabled a prolonged time with either technique. Now, when specialists debate the merits obviously you can't outguess them. The best thing to do is let your opthalmologist help you. He knows all about this and your special conditions. For many reasons some patients cannot be treated with the ultrasonic technique. He also knows the availability of the various procedures for you. You are already in contact then with the right source to get the best information that can be applied to your special case. 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 cholesterol, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Cholesterol" booklet. Car exhaust gas cited as factor in accidents CHICAGO (AP) — Carbon monoxide from automobile exhausts may increase the possibility of traffic accidents, according to two studies reported by the National Safety Council. The experimental studies published in the council's research magazine, The Journal of Safety Research, found that drivers subjected to levels of carbon monoxide typical in autos suffered losses in alertness and sharpness of vision. Dr. Nicholas Rummo of the Environmental Protection Agency, Chapel Hill, N. C., and Kiriako Sarlanis of the Social Security Administration, Baltimore, Md., conducted a driver reaction time study with seven volunteers of ages. 19 to 27. The subjects operated a driving simulator for two hours, during which they were exposed to carbon monoxide levels commonly found inside moving automobiles. A separate test with normal air was used to establish a comparative base. The subjects followed another car, projected in the simulator, at 45 to 65 miles per hour. As ihe lead "ear changed speeds, the drivers had to alter their own speeds to maintain a constant following distance. Rummo and Sarlanis reported that all of their subjects had slower reaction times while breathing the carbon monoxide mixture and had greater difficulty adjusting their speed. Six of the subjects, who were Tyger arrest record bared TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Alvin Tyger, a truck driver fighting extradition to Arkansas, reportedly was arrested eight times by St. Louis police, but his lawyer says charges didn't stick in at least five cases. Tyger was found guilty on one theft and two traffic charges, the Arizona Daily Star quoted Sheriff Kenneth Shaw of Cross County, Ark., as saying, in today's editions. lawyer John Aboud Sr. said ne was told that five charges died when no warrant was issued. Tyger said Wednesday mtlhi thai one stuck. No information was available on the outcome of the eighth charge. The arrests began in January 1966 and ended 16 months later. nonsmokers, made fewer steering corrections, possibly indicating greater impact of the carbon monoxide on them, the researchers said. The seventh subject, a cigarette smoker, made more steering corrections, leading the researchers to conclude that he may have been less affected by higher carbon monoxide levels. In another study, Santo Salvatore, a Brown University psychologist, found six young adult subjects — all nonsmokers — experienced narrowed fields of vison while breathing carbon monoxide at levels normal in cars. He also found that they had greater difficulty detecting objects pictured against low-contrast backgrounds. Television Logs Thursday Night 6:00 Travel Film 2 Truth Or Consequences 3 News 4-6-740-1142 That Girl 5 Hogan's Hereos 8 6:30 Arkansas Game And Fish 2 To Tell The Truth 3 Beverly Hillbillies 4-6 FBI 5 byBen-fccBecteQ/cl For Friday, Sept. 13,1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) You're going to find a rait of excuses for not doing a task that you're supposed to do at this time. It will be left undone for quite awhile. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) If you try to mix pleasure and business now the results will be very complicated. They'll be difficult to unravel. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) If purchasing a luxury item at present, be sure it can be returned if you're not satisfied. It won't be as attractive at home as in the store. CANCER (June 21-July 22) A situation that you're complacent about is drifting In the wrong direction. Act promptly when you spot the flaw. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) This could be another one of those expensive days because of the impractical way you manage your material affairs. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Don't let your guard down in a situation that requires politeness and tact. You will make a poor lasting impression if you do. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Try not to get involved today In a clandestine situation. It could get rather sticky and have some peculiar repercussions. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Don't give too much time to frivolous interests at present. It will cut down your momentum for the more important issues. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) Take a moment to think about what's really of value to you now. A goal you're aiming for is full of empty promise. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Career situations you'll handle quite efficiently. However, in social matters today you're all-thumbs. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) In a situation that calls for teamwork some confusion is •likely, Each party is expecting something from the other that they shouldn't. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Some of today will be wasted. You won't be as much of a self- starter as you should. Later, you'll double your pace. UOUT birthday Sept. 13, 1974 Opportunities will come your way this year from channels you'd least expect. Be alert. They will not hang around too long but they will be quite unusual. Frost does not cause leaves to turn color in the fall. The change is primarily due to the decline in chlorophyll intake as the season changes. WIN AT BRIDGE 'Aces' liked aces and kings NORTH (D) i: 4 J962 ¥ AQ94 *AK93 WEST EAST 4 K3 487 ¥ J 5 2 ¥lO 73 + KQ104 +J9862 *J876 + Q52 SOUTH 4 A Q 10 5 4 ¥K86 4 A75 •fr 104 North-South vulnerable West North East South 14 Pass 14 Pass 3* Pass 4 N.T. Pass 5V Pass 6* Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—K* anc By Oswlad & James Jacoby From 1933 until Oswald Jacoby quit bridge for the duration on Dec. 7, 1941, his team, the Four Aces, dominated bridge. One of their most interesting contributions to bidding was their rule of "The ace and the king." According to this rule if your partner made a game forcing or other very strong bid and you could take an ace and a king out of your hand and still have your previous bids you should bid a slam. If you held a singleton and could take away a king (or held no singleton, but could take away an ace) you should suggest a slam. South would have responded one spade without the The bidding has been: J2 West North East South 14 Pass 24 Pass 2 NT. Pass 3* Pass 34 Pass 3 NT. Pass 44> Pass ? You, South, hold 4A K843 ?A2 •Q44KQ87 What do you do now? A—Bid four hearts. You are showing the ace and suggesting a slam. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to four spades. What do you do now n Answer Tomorrow Send $ 1 for JACOBY MODERN book to "Win 91 Bridge." fc/o this newsp9per). P 0 Box 489. Radio City Station. New yorfc. 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Hence, when North jumped to three spades, South is able to bid a slam in accordance with this rule. He uses Blackwood because it is just possible that North would have a hand without an ace. North shows up with the two missing aces, but South does not Toother with trying for a grand slam because he has nothing above the extra ace and king. Of course, he might have asked for kings and then settled for six or he might even have bid seven. Shift the king of spades over to East seven wheels in. (NEWSPAPER ENTEKPKISE ASSN i PRICES GOOD THURS THRU SAT HERVEY SOU ARE-HOPE, ARK. OPEN 9AM-9PMMON-SAT. FREE Food& book with purchase of AQUARIUM, ONE GALLON FISH BOWL 99 TWO GALLON FISH BOWL 1 67 TROPICAL FISH • GOLD OANIO • BLACK MOLLIES • RED CRESCENT PEATliS • GOLD & GREEN SWORDTAILS 10 GALLON All GLASS AQUARIUM WITH PUMP & FUTiR BYMETAFRAME EACH •1}

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