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Hope, Arkansas
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* September So, 19f4 HOPE (ARK.) SfAlt Page §evi News NEW YORK (AP) - Lady Bird Johnson and her daughters have presented the second annual Lyndon Baines Johnson awards to a former mayor and the head of a self-help organization for the poor. The widow of President Johf> son and daughters Lucy Nugent and Lynda Robb presented the awards to former Mayor Ivan Allen of Atlanta, Ga., and Franklin A. Thomas, president of the Bedford-StUyvesant Res* toration Corp., here Saturday. The awards, $12,500 each to Allen and Thomas, were established to honor Americans who have made a substantial contribution to mankind in their particular fields of endeavor. Mrs. Johnson said of the award to Allen: "I'm proud that it was the tool of politics, of which I have a high regard, that Ivan Allen used to achieve the changes he did in Atlanta." NEW DELHI, India (AP) Sanjay Gandhi, the 28-year-old son of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, and a campus beauty queen had a wedding that was quiet by Indian standards. Gandhi, an automobile designer, and Menaka Anand, the 18-year-old daughter of an army officer, signed marriage documents before a local magistrate and close relatives and friends. Officials said both families wanted a low-key ceremony because of the Indian economic crisis. Weddings in India often are huge festive events that demonstrate a family's affluence. NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A suggestion that political parties in Arkansas hold presidential primaries to select delegates to national conventions has been endorsed by the Arkansas Association of Citizens' Councils. John Norman Warnock of Camden, attorney for the group, said about 20 persons attended the group's regular monthly meeting Saturday. ILITTLE.ROCK-KAP) ^ sen. • J/Wr Fulbright, D-Ark., is to address a regional seminar of the Little Rock chapter of Executives' Secretaries, Inc., Saturday night. Fulbright, defeated in the Democratic party primary by Gov. Dale Bumpers, ends his 30-year Senate career in January. Fulbright is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Representatives from several stales including Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas are expected to attend the conference. The three-day meeting is being called "Motivation Education Stimulation Information." HELENA, Ark. (AP) - Vandy Lee Johnson, 23, of Lexa was the sole traffic fatality victim in Arkansas this weekend. Trooper Mike Hopkins of the State Police said Johnson was Wiled Saturday night when the car Johnson was driving tried to pass another car and struck a third vehicle head-on. The accident occurred on Arkansas 85 about one-half mile south of the U.S. 49 and Arkansas 85 junction in Phillips County. VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — Premier Souvanna Phouma, recovering on the French Riviera from a heart attack suffered a month ago, is making good progress and is expected to return to Laos on Oct. 15, a government spokesman says. Duday Souvannavong, deputy information minister, said on Thursday that the premier's blood pressure and heart beat were normal. He said the 72- year-old Prince Souvanna recently took a three-hour car trip and was able to go for several walks. WASHINGTON (AP) —.The First Family has been eating more fish and less beef, and casseroles are becoming a popular main dish in the White House, according to Betty Ford. She was apparently referring only to family meals, since the White House is still serving lavish dinners for foreign visitors. Chateaubriand with bernaise sauce was on the menu at a banquet for Italy's visiting president on Wednesday night. Dr. Lamb Fair, fat, forty gallstone warning By Lawrence E. Lamb, M.b. .DEAR DR. LAMB Please tell me something about gall stones and their symptoms. Can they be flushed out like kidney stones? They surely require surgery. I hear they can be treated with a medicine. DEAR READER - It is a pretty common problem. There must be at least 15-million Americans with gall stones and three-fourths of them are women. An old medical aphorism states that you should think of gall stones when your patient is fair, fat, forty and four, meaning simply a heavy middle-aged mother of four children. But, men also have them. What about the symptoms? About half of them cause no symptoms at all - at least to begin with. They are called silent stones. We even found a few examples of this in the highly selected young men tested for the astronaut program. They were neither fair nor 40 and seldom even heavy. Gall stones cause symptoms when they are associated with inflammation of the gall bladder. When that occurs you can have a lot of pain, usually in the upper right abdomen under the rib, sometimes radiating to the upper back, and even into the right side of the neck. The stone can also lodge in the duct that drains bile from the liver. When this occurs, the bile builds up and the absorbed bile pigment causes jaundice. Of course, if the liver is affected you will have nausea, and this can progress to a fairly complex pattern of symptoms. One danger of gall stones, if untreated, is that silent attacks can lead to further damage of the entire network of bile ducts in the liver. The resulting inflammation leads to scarring and damage known as cirrhosis of the liver. Part of the damage WIN AT BRIDGE may be permanent. Incidentally, as you see, cirrhosis does occur from tnany other things besides alcohol. The stones are generally of two types. The pigment in the bile can settle together and form a very hard black-green stone. These are usually small and are often the ones that get stuck in the bile duct and cause obstruction. These can usually be seen directly on an ordinary X ray of the abdomen. The other type is a lump of cholesterol. These stones are clear, and you have to fill the gall bladder with dye to see them. Then you can have a mixture of the two. The cholesterol stones are often quite large. Do youi, have to have surgery? Believe me, you can have some hot arguments about that between doctors. It depends a lot on the nature of the stones and the health and age of the patient. Until this year for the vast number of gall bladder patients, the only way to remove stones was surgery - except for the few small ones that passed spontaneously. However, the Mayo Clinic did develop and test a bile substance that can be used to dissolve the cholesterol stones. It doesn't • happen overnight. This form of treatment is undergoing a national study this year to find out how successful it really is and to be sure it is not harmful in any way to the patients. If it is as successful as early tests indicate then those patients with stones mostly of cholesterol may be able to have them removed without surgery. And. that is medical progress. Hopefully an equally promising way to treat the pigment stones will be found also. 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. It's tough to top 7 NT NORTH * KJ9 V A9 4 K 1087 4 4»Q62 WEST (D) A 1085 + 652 * J953 SOUTH 4 AQ73 ¥ 64 4 AQ9 + AK108 ..30, EAST 4-642 ¥Q 10 7532 + J3 North-South vulnerable West Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass 'ass 'ass North 14 3* 44 5 + 6f Pass East Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass South 3+ 34 44 4N.T. 5 NT. 7 NT. Opening lead —Anything reached six notrump undoubtedly had better than average scores." Oswald: "The bidding in the box shows how we would get there. The first key bid is South s response of three clubs. The game is match points and he wants to make sure that when he does bid spades North will know it is just a four-card suit." Jim: "North's three-diamond, four-club and four- spade bids are also important. They make it possible for South to go into Blackwood and to bid seven notrump after North shows an ace and two kings. The earlier bids by North have shown the two kings he holds are the right kings." . I- J By Oswald & James Jacoby Oswald: "The hands for the nationwide Olympiad fund game were quite interesting this year. We can use them to illustrate a lot of points in bidding and play." Jim: "Hand seven was an East-West hand but we will shift all hands to North-South for the column. Seven notrump makes easily unless East has four diamonds to the jack and hence seven notrump is the proper contract. How to bid it is another matter, and those pairs who The bidding has been: 30 West North East South 14 Pass 14 Pass 24 Pass '' You, South, hold: 4AK843 VA2 4Q4+KQ87 What do you do now'' A—Bid three clubs. This club bid at the three level is a force. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to three diamonds. What do you do now'' Answer Tomorrow Send $1 lor JACOBY MODERN book to. "Win at Bridge. " (c/o this newspaper), P.O. Box 489. Radio City Station. New York.N_Y 10019 Kissinger meets today with Turkish minister NEW YORK (AP) - Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger is moving toward a bigger role in the efforts to work out a setilement of the Cyprus crisis. Kissinger's first task on arriving in New York Sunday was LO meet with Greek Foreign Minister George Mavros. The next item on his schedule was a breakfast meeting today with ihe Turkish foreign minister, Turan Gunes. Kissinger has been moving gradually into a more direct role in the Cyprus situation in recent weeks as other efforts to arrange a settlement have failed to bring the Greeks and Turks back into negotiations. He hopes that the two sides will lei him be a go-between similar LO ihe role he has taken in the Arab-Israeli crisis. Kissinger and Mavros gave no indu-aiions of progress after their meeting and talked in generalities to newsmen. The Middle East may occupy Kissinger as much this week as Cyprus. He is giving a dinner tonight for representatives of the nations of the Arab League and plans meetings with various Arab leaders during the week. And on Wednesday he will have a session with Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Allon. Before leaving Washington, Kissinger met for 90 minutes with Syrian Foreign Minister Abdel Halim Khaddam. Their discussion reportedly centered on two mam points — the possibility of U.S. aid to Syria and extension of the deadline for the withdrawal of U.N. troops from the Syrian-Israeli cease- fire line. Neither man gave any indication of progress in either area. by Ben-*:e BetXQ'Oi Fdf tuesday, Oct. 1,1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) Tread cautiously over the next few days in situations where you are dependent on partners or associates. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Don't try to sidestep responsibilities at this time. It will only make matters more complex and frustrating. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Harmony is absent in your present relationship with two friends. The problem stems from something that's either owed or loaned. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Be careful today and tomorrow. Don't go out on a limb thinking you have the support of allies when the chips are down. You don't LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Don't try to impose your ideas upon others - the results will be far from what you hope for. Let everyone think for.themselves. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Be very careful in business dealings the next few days, particularly if a friend is involved. A disagreement over money could cause a real problem. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) If you intend to further your self- interests you'll have to be certain one you associate with can carry his own weight. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You're apt to feel a bit pressured now. You'll try to do far more than you should. To be effective, concentrate on priority matters. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) Before you get too involved with a new acquaintance it's best to learn more about this person. See if you really share common interests. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) It wouldn't hurt to be a bit more cautious than usual regarding your possessions. Don't leave the house unlocked. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) A few wrong words from an arrogant individual will be all that's needed to spark your temper. Stay away from bossy types. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) One to whom you.are indebted may lean on you a bit at this time if you're too far behind in your obligations. Stay abreast. your birthday Oct. 1, 1974 Be decisive about goals you set for yourself this year so they can be attained. Success may well be yours provided you don't get sidetracked. Gasoline tax gains in favor WASHINGTON (AP) - A special tax on gasoline, once rejected by President Ford, is gaining favor in the administration and may be a major proposal in the program Ford sends to Congress to fight inflation. A White House source said Ford is considering raising the federal tax on gasoline by anywhere from 10 to 20 cents a gallon. "We know the public won't be happy about this and we can't be sure Congress will go along," the source said. "But we think it's something that would help." Ford closed his economic summit conference Saturday with a pledge to send anti-in- flaiion recommendations to Congress within 10 days. A higher gasoline tax is being promoted within the adminis- tralion on grounds it would discourage gasoline consumption while raising new tax revenue lo finance federal programs, such as public service employment. The higher gasoline tax was first advocated by Treasury Secretary William E. Simon, bin met with resistance from Ford. However, a White House spokesman confirmed Sunday the idea has been resurrected as "one of many ideas under study." Other elements of the economic program are expected to include help for the housing industry in the form of mortgage interest subsidies, budget cuts, a public service employment program and some tax relief for groups hurt worst by inflation. Even without a special tax, gasoline prices would go up in the future if the government decides to release the rest of the domestic oil industry from price controls, as proposed by Simon. About 60 per cent of the nation's domestic production, referred lo as "old oil" is held to a top price of about |5.25 a barrel, while the rest of production sL-Ub for near the world market price of about $10 a barrel. 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Maude 11-12 8:30 Indian Dancer 2 Beverly Hillbillies 5 The Happy Goodman Hour 8 Rhoda 11-12 9:00 Youth in Trouble 2 Movie 5 "The Day of the Wolves" Medical Center 11-12 9:30 Waters Family 8 10:00 ABC News 2 News 4-5-6-11-12 Big Valley 8 10:15 Movie Continued 5 10:30 Johnny Carson 4-6 Movie 11-12 "What's a Nice Girl Oke You. . .?" 11:00 News 3-7-10 Texas Tech Football 5 Bonanza 8 11:15 College Football '74 3 11:30 Notre Dame Football 5 Perry Mason 7 Insight 10 12:00 Untouchable 4 Tomorrow 6 News 5 12:45 Moments for Meditation 5 Tuesday Morning 6:25 Devotional 8 6:30 Texarkana College 6 News 8 Sunrise Semester 11 6:40 Moments For Meditation 5 6:45 News 5 RFD 6 6 6:50 Your Pastor 12 6:55 Morning Devotions 4 Current Best Sellers (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly) FICTION "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," Le Carre "The Dogs of War," Forsyth og "Jaws," Renchley "Centennial," Michener "Watership Down," Adams NONFICTION "All the President's Men," Bernstein and Woodward "Alive," Read "The Woman He Loved," Martin "The Memory Book," Lorayne and Lucas "The Gulag Archipelago," Solzhenitsyn THE TOP TEN Besl -selling records ol the week based on [he Cash Box Magazines nationwide survey "I Shot the Sheriff," Eric Clapton "(You're) Having my Baby," Paul Anka "Tell Me Something Good," Rufus "The Night Chicago Died," Paper Lace "Rock me Gently," Andy Kim "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe," Barry White "I'm Leaving It All up to You," Donny and Marie Osmond "Then Came You," Dionne Warwicke and the Spinners "Nothing Rrom Nothing," Billy Preston "Hang on in There Baby," Johnny Bristol The first Eskimo Pie was copatented in 1921, by Russell Stover, who gave the treat its name. He went on to open his first candy store in 1923. 7:00 Today 4-6-10 Slam Bang Theatre 5 Cal bring 7 Bugs Bunny 8 CBS News 11-12 7:15 Colorful World 3 7:30 Mighty Mouse 8 7:45 New Zoo Revue 3 8:00 New Zoo Revue 5 Bozo's Cartoon Carnival 7 Bozo 8 Captain Kangaroo 11-12 8:15 Movie 3 Let No Man Write My Epitaph 8:30 Fury 5 Arkansas 7 Dennis The Menace 8 9:00 Name That Tune 4-6-10 The Munsters 5 Movie 7 "I'd Rather Be Rich" Hazel 8 Joker's Wild 11 Sesame Street 12 9:30 Winning Streak 4-fr-lO Petticoat Junction 5 Father Knows Best 8 Gambit 11 10:00 Split Second 3 High Rollers 4-6-10 The Saint 5 The Courtship of Eddie's Father 8 Now You See It 11-12 10:30 Brady Bunch 3-7-10 Hollywood Squares 4-6 The Lucy Show Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11:00 Password Jackpot! 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Vanilla, Chocolate, Chocolate Mint, Butterscotch Mfg. list $3.95 each ALKA SELTZER 36's Mfg. list $1.31 SCHICK HOT LATHER] REFILL 6'A ounce Regular, Lemon- lime, Menthol, Herbal Mfg. list $1.25 each 67* VICKS VAPORUB 3 ounce Mfg. list $1.29 ea. VICKS FORMULA 44 MAALOX LIQUID 12 ounce Mfg. list $1.83 KS!l $ 1.21 $ 2.34 6 ounce Mfg list $2.19 ASCRIPTIN ASPIRIN WITH MAALOX 100 tablets Mfg. list $1.69 ea. OIL OF OLAY BEAUTY LOTION 4 ounce Mfg. list $3.50 VICKS ORACIN VICKS NYQUIL THROAT COLD MEDICINE LOZENGES ALPHA KERI ,1 BATH OIL 8 ounce Mfg. list $3.50 $ 1.99 VITALIS HAIR TONIC 7 ounce Q Mlg. list $1.49 92* 1B's :jy»9. list 89u SINUTAB TABLETS 30's I SinuVnb Mfg. list $2.50 I 'J_'i_i-"" 6 ounce Mlg. list $179 GILLETTE TRAC II BLADES 5's Mfg. list $1.29 $ 1.28 ABSORBINE JR. 4 ounce ft Mlg. list GS5 51.89 fei- 7.24 *1.06 BLISTEX LIP OINTMENT,. 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