Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 9, 1974 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 9, 1974
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Wednesday, October 9< 1974 fARK.) STAR DnLarnb Committee esti lasts needed to spot disease y Lawrence E. Lamb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB - My problem is hypoglycefnia, but I do not understand St. How can a doctor suspect it from a routine office test? What blood level is considered too low? • When 1 am at my worst I become semi-comatose and before the condition I feel faint, weak and a bit as if I were drunk, I am aware that I invariably have terrible leg and feet cramps if I indulge in high carbohydrate foods in the evening. I don't smoke and do not have a weight problem. I am a compulsive overeater and arrest this compulsion by belonging to a life-saving fellowship Called "Overeaters Anonymous" which is similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. DEAR READER - Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is a complex problem. Many of the symptoms it causes are from the outpouring of adrenaline. Whenever the body is threatened our adrenal gland pours out adrenaline, our so-called "fight or flight" hormone. It causes the oody to release stored glucose so its energy can be immediately available. So, when the blood sugar falls, pouring out adrenaline is one way the body protects itself. There are a lot of other situations in life to cause your adrenaline to start pumping out. Anxiety of any sort can do this, fright or any emergency. A hairy ride in heavy traffic can do it. Adrenaline causes increased and forceful heart beats. It causes sweating, tremors, and other symptoms identified with low blood glucose. But, anything that causes an excess release of adrenaline can cause the same symptoms. H is not too surprising then that anxious people,; for psychological rea^ sons, Often Have the same symptoms a person has with hypoglyeemia. This is why so hlahy people with basic anxiety problems and who do not really have hypoglyeemia get wrongly diagnosed as being victims of hypoglyeemia. It is a waste basket term for the frequent anxiety situations of modern society. Often an obese person is fat from overeating because of underlying anxiety, not from real hy- poglyeemia. Your symptoms are consistent with hypoglyeemia but the only way to find out is to measure the blood glucose level when you are having these symptoms, preferably during a spontaneous attack. A casual blood glucose test in the doctor's office may not tell you much. In between attacks the level may be entirely normal. The blood glucose level is controlled by many factors. For more information on this write to me in care of this newspaper, P. 0. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. and ask for the booklet on Hy- poglyeemia (Low Blood Sugar). Send 50 cents to cover costs. And, a word about alcohol to all those who have the hy- C oglycemia-type problems, eave it alone. Alcohol prevents your liver from using the enzymes. Alcohol prevents the normal enzymes in your liver from being able to form glucose from proteins and releasing glucose into your bloodstream. One of the consequences of overindulgence is hypoglyeemia. It just makes good sense then to avoid alcohol at all times. You need those normal liver enzyme functions to keep your blood sugar in balance. WIN AT BRIDGE Double squeeze is automatic NORTH 41083 ?6 4» AK8763 + AJ6 WEST(D) *KQ1098432+5 SOUTH 4 AKQ9765 ¥Q52 *54 + 7 Both vulnerable West North East South 3* 3V 44 Pass 64 Pass Pass Pass / Opening lead— JV fense's last trump; ruff a heart; ruff a club back to your hand and run off all your trumps. If West has a diamond stopper he will be squeezed out of it since he will nave to hang ^SsMaSoid^j he will also be squeezed since he must hang on to the ace of hearts. This play is known as an automatic double squeeze. Only West can guard against the jack of clubs; only East can guard against the queen of hearts. Therefore, neither one can protect diamonds. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) UiHi [< •A iWdii J By Oswald & James Jacoby You can have a lot of fun with today's hand if you cover up the East and West cards. Now try to make your spade slam after East wins the first trick with the king of hearts and returns the five of clubs. You win in dummy and can afford to play one round of trumps. Both opponents follow. Now, there is a very simple way to proceed. Play a second trump and go after diamonds. If the suit breaks 3-2 you will have a million tricks. A second line will be to try to ruff both your losing hearts. That will fail if West started with just two hearts and the jack of spades. Is there a third way? There sure is! You can draw the de- The bidding has been: 9 West North East South Pass Pass East 1 * Pass 1 * 1 N.T. Pass 3+ 3 4 Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK843VA2 +Q4*KQ87 What do you do now? A-Temperize with a bid of three hearts. Your partner should realize that you aren't showing a suit here. TODAY'S QUESTION You do bid three hearts and your partner continues to three notrump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Send $1 for JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win at Bridge," (do this newspaper), P.O. Box 489, Radio CitvStation, New York, N.Y. 10019. Friday lineup get top score NEW YORK (AP) - NBC's hit "Sanford and Son" and "Chico and the man" comedy series, which appear back to back on Friday nights, were last week's most popular entertainment shows, according to the A.C. Nielsen ratings.. But ABC's entire Friday and Saturday night lineup—seven series in all—continued to score the lowest ratings points, with "The New Land" ranked last for the fourth straight week, according to the Nielsen survey made public Tuesday. "Sierra," a new low-rated program NBC says it will cancel after the series' Hth episode airs In December, also was ranked near the bottom of the Nielsen list for the week of Sept. 30-Oct. 6. The 20 most popular entertainment shows for the week, according to the ratings, were: "Sanford and Son" and "Chico and the Man" (both NBC); "All in the Family," "Rhoda" and "The Waltons" (all CBS); "Streets of San Francisco" (ABC); "Good Times," "Maude" and "M-A-SH" (all CBS); "NBC Sunday Mystery Movie • 'Columbo'"; "Little House on the Prairie" (NBC); "ABC Sunday Movie "The Last Picture Show'"; "ABC Tuesday movie 'Stranger Within'"; "Rockford Files" and Walt Disney; (both NBC); "Medical Center" (CBS); "The Rookies" (ABC); "Mary Tyler Moore" (CBS); "Police Woman" (NBC) and "NBC Saturday Movie 'Charlie Varrick'". Or. Henry Cadbury PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Dr. Henry Joel Cadbury, 90, world renowned Bible scholar, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize winner, died Monday. A Quaker educator, he won the 1947 Nobel Prize for his creation of the American Friends Service Committee. In Newfoundland, any lazy good-for-nothing is called an ? -angishore" (hang-ashore) - a man too spineless to leave the land and dare the sea. Television Logs Wednesday the local E^AA Advisory Committee has been expanded to include students at Verger Junior High school, this com* millee was formed to advise ioTal ^school authorities in planmnl, implementing, and operating a special reading program for secondary school pupils to be financed by the Emergency School Aid Act funds. Members of this committee are Tom Waters, chairman; the Rev. W.T. Keys, vice chairman; Mrs. Rose Davis, secretary; Mrs. Dora Caldwell, assistant secretary; J.W. Rowe; Mrs. Mack White; Mrs. Ruel Williams, Mrs. Howard Triplett; Mrs. J.L. Vandenberg; Mrs. Henry Ragland, Eugene Tyree; Tony Ypcum; Gloria Beard; and Keith Bennett. Riceland discloses donation LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Rice and Soybean Political Action Committee of Stuttgart reported Tuesday — more than one year late — that it had made a $3,000 contribution to the 1972 re-election bid of Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark. The committee's officers are members of Riceland Foods. The committee said it had made the contribution on Feb. 5, 1973. It also told the secretary of state's office Tuesday that it had made a $2,000 contribution in February to the re-election campaign of Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., who was defeated in the Democratic primary by Gov. Dale Bumpers, and a $1,500 contribution in August to the re-election campaign of Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R-Ark. Hammerschmidt's district does not include East Arkansas. The report on the Fulbright contribution was due March 10, and the; • report on < the Ham- Sept. 10*The report on the contribution to McClellan's campaign was due in June 1973. The candidates had reported the contributions on time to the secretary of state. The secretary of state's office said Tuesday that the committee had filed reports on time at Washington with the clerk of the House of Representatives and the secretary of the Senate. The committee told the secretary of state Tuesday that there was no legal connection between Riceland Foods and the committee. By law, corporations cannot donate to campaigns of candidates for national office. Statement is called misleading LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A remark by Gov. Dale Bumpers about the possibility of an explosion at a nuclear powered generating station was misleading, Reeves Ritchie, president of Arkansas Power & Light, said Tuesday. Bumpers had said Monday that if an explosion occurred at AP&L's nuclear plant at Russellville, everything for 50 miles downwind would be killed. Ritchie said that would not happen because the nuclear fuel used in nuclear reactors is only about 3 per cent as pure as that needed for a nuclear explosion as known in an atomic bomb. Ritchie also said a recent study by the Atomic Energy Commission showed that such natural disasters as fires, earthquakes, hurricanes and tornadoes were much more likely than an accident involving a nuclear reactor. CHINESE WALLS ARE GREAT RED BLUFF, Calif (AP) — Part of Tehama County's historic heritage lies in the miles of rock walls which were built by Chinese laborers across rangeland east of Red Bluff • about 1870 as property beand- aries and containment walls for herds of cattle. Although constructed without mortar or adhesive of any kind, the walls still stand virtually intact. Nigfct 6:00 Villa Alegre Truth Or Consequences News , 4-6*7-11-12 That Girl 5 Hogan's Heroes 8 6:30 Vision On 2 To Tell the Truth 3 For Thursday. Oct. 10. 1974 ARIES (March 21 -April 19) Someone will try to put a bit of a damper on one of your social interests. It won't be enough to keep you from having a good TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You'll be more pleased with the results if you take over work you're thinking about having others do around the . „... ,. GEMINI (May 21 -June 20) If you're hoping to conduct some business under a social cover it won't work out too well today. Treat each area separately. ^. CANCER (June 21 -July 22) You're a bit concerned that someone you're doing a favor for doesn't know it's solely your doing. Relax. He does. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Don't become discouraged if others don't see the merits of your ideas immediately. Later they'll come around to your way of thinking. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Situations you're presently involved in where profit is a motive look reasonably favorable for you today and tomorrow, if you stay on top of things. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) You're a master at working out compromises if you really try. Today, your innate talents will be put to a test. Be fair, as al- W3VS SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Don't be deterred from going shooting at targets you've set for yourself. The small frustrations are all manageable. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) Solutions you're looking for to solve a problem of importance are best found now if you solicit the aid of experts or professionals. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Your present position is stronger than you realize. Stop concentrating on negative aspects. Start using the opportunities at hand. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 1 9) You're likely to take some pqsitive-stepSi ; FJP w '' rather than .wait on another 'to make the initial approach in a situation where you're both affected. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) An interesting situation is developing. It will have a favorable effect upon your work or career. It will call for initiative on your behalf. Beverly MUftlflles 4440 the FBI .6 Gomef Pyle- 8 Let's Make A Deal 11 Lucy Show 12 7:00 Men Who Made the Movies 2 That's My Mama 3-7-10 Uttie Mouse On the Prairie 4-* 700 Club 8 Sons And Daughters 11-12 7:30 Movie 3-740 "Locusts" Rifleman 8 8:00 Lucas tanner 4-6 Family Affair 8 Bing Crosby And His Friends H-12 8:30 Century Theatre 2 Beverly Hillbillies 8 George & Diane 8 9:00 Get Christie Love! 3- T 7-10 Petrocelll 4-6 Movie 8 "Black Gunn" ,. Manna 8 Manhunter H-12 9:30 Video Visionaries 2 Ministers 8 10:00 ABC News 2 News 3-4*6-7 Big Valley 8 News 10-11-12 10:15 Movie Cont'd 8 10:30 Wide World Special 3-10 Johnny Carson 4-6 Perry Mason 7 Movie H-12 "Cutter" 11:00 Bonanza 8 11:15 Movie Eleven 5 "To Catch A Thief" 11:30 Wide World Special 7 12:00 Untouchables 4 Tomorrow 6 1:15 News 8 1:30 Meditations 5 Thursday Morning 6:25 Devotional 8 6:30 News 8 Summer Semester 11 6:40 Moments For Meditation 8 6:45 News 5 RFD 6 6 your birthday Oct. 10, 1974 You will take a more active part in group involvements this year than you have before. The role you'll play will not be a minor one this time. Wheat farmers advised to hold tight on selling WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Association of Wheat Growers has advised its members to hold tight on selling grain until the cash market has had a chance to shake itself out from current effects of the administration's tighter policy on exports. Association President Ray Davis said Tuesday that the White House decision last weekend to curtail wheat and corn sales to the Soviet Union caused cash market prices to drop sharply. Also, Davis said, the full impact of a new export reporting and clearance system ordered by the White House should be studied fully. "Lower prices aren't warranted," Davis said. "Worth demand for grain remains strong, and wheat growers view the Preident's action as an acknowledgement that the grain supply situation is tighter than has been officially indicated." Thus, he said, growers should not sell wheat at what he called bargain basement prices. They should wait, he said, until the market returns to normal. CHURCHES HAVE FIRE HAZARDS LONDON (AP) — More than 400 churches in Britain were hit by fire last year and the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office is campaigning to reduce fire hazards in churches and cathedrals. The number of fires is increasing annually. A campaign booklet lists six things tc do if fire occurs and 60 things to check to try to prevent it. 6:50 Your 6; 55 Morning 7:fld today Slam Bang theatre 8 Cal Drlng J Bugs Bunny 8 CIS Newt IMS 7:15 Colorful World 3 7:30 Mighty Mouse « 7:45 New Zoo ftevue 3 8:00 New Zoo Revue 5 Bozo's Cartoon Carnival J Bozo 8 Captain kangaroo 1142 8:15 Movie , 3 "the Lady from Shanghai" 8:30 Fury 8 Arkansas 7 Dennis the Menace 8 9:00 Name That tune 4-6-10 The Munsters 8 Movie 7 "Come Next Spring" Hazel » Joker's Wild H Sesame Street 12 Movie 10 "The Maverick Queen" 9:30 Winning Streak 4-640 Petticoat Junction 5 Father Knows Best 8 Gambit. 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Speed Racer 6 I Dream of Jeannle 6 Bozo's Big Top 7 Hazel 8 I Love Lucy 10 Merv Grlffln 12 3:45 Carousel 2 4:00 Mister.Rogers 2 Bonanza 4-6 Fllntstones 5 FatherlKnows Best 8 Star Trek W 4:30 Electric Company 2 Gilligan's Island 5-7 Andy Griffith Show 8 Mod Squad H 5:00 ABC News 3-740 Truth or Consequences 4- I Love Lucy 8 Rifleman 6 Star Trek 8 News 12 5:30 Zoom 2 News 3-10 NBC News ™ Dick Van Dyke 5 Dragnet ? News 1WZ Night 6:00 Villa Alegre 2 ftlft GAfti* Jetty MeKlnnla OMMI^S <&• «•.%"> *, §Jv* "j! 1 * 3,' « ,.-V| • +440 l\ 12 2 OddOwple NBC News Special 44 766 Club . § the Waltons 1142 7:30 Audubon Wildlife Pap«f;M(»n 3*10 Rifleman 5 Wild, Wild World Of Animals 7 8:00 International Performance ; 2 Streets (X San Francisco , t 3-740 Ironside 44 World Football League ...:'.. 8 Houston vs> Southern California Movie I!"- H "Go Naked in the World" . 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