Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 18, 1974 · Page 6
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f IB? i(| Page Six MOPE (ARK.) STAR Dr, Lamb Body needs mineral elements By Lawrence E. Lamb. M.D, DEAR DR. LAMB - Can a person's body use the minerals contained in water? 1 have been told that these are inorganic minerals and that the body can use only organic minerals. Do these minerals collect in our bodies lo help form gallstones and cause arthritis? Also, would it be beneficial to drink only distilled water? DEAR READER - You have been listening to some dangerously ill-informed people. Do not take any health advice from that source. You must have inorganic minerals for life. Sodium from salt, potassium and all of the elements essential to life are inorganic minerals. You have to have calcium for your bones and even the function of your heart and nerves. These inorganic minerals are exactly the same element whether the sodium, potassium, iron, copper or calcium comes from water, in vegetables, from an iron cooking pot or another source. Some people don't reali?.e that an element is an element wherever it is found. Your healthy body regulates these inorganic minerals so that you have the right amount of calcium, iron, sodium, potassium and other elements in your body. Even the amount of pure water in the body is regulated by the body itself. Haying these necessary items in your diet or water in no way contributes to gallstones or arthritis in healthy people. You do not need to drink distilled water for your health. Your city water, properly treated by the city to prevent bacteria in your water, is the safest of all water immediately available to you. If you drink bottled water, you must keep it relatively sterile or you will have to boil it to protect yourself from germs. Germs, not minerals, are the big problem here. DEAR DR. LAMB - I am a married woman, 40 years old, an office worker in fairly good health. I have no varicose veins and am not overweight, however, I am getting a little heavy through the waistline. So, I purchased a 10-speed racer bicycle to ride the six miles home from work, in hopes that the exercise would keep me in shape. I took a week to gradually work up to riding the six miles. But, after about 10 days many, many bruises appeared all over my legs, and particularly on the sides and back of my knees. Have some of the tiny veins in my legs ruptured due to the strain? I'm worried. Could this cause me lo develop varicose veins or harm me in some way? With the many people taking up bicycling these davs, I feel sure it would be of interest to many. DEAR READER - If those little veins ruptured from your exercise, you already had a problem. Unless you bump or bruise the legs, exercise should not cause varicose veins or rupture of the small veins. Exercising the legs actually pumps the blood uphill out of the veins in the legs and toward the heart. The contraction of the muscles around the deep veins in the legs actually milks the blood out of the legs. The truth then is that exercise of this nature should decrease the pressure in the veins and help prevent problems. You need to look to some other cause for your problem. Compression of the veins in the leg for some reason might be a factor. Or, it could be coincidental. If you have no good reason for the bruises, you should see a doctor and let him make some tests. 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. INBWSI'AI'KH ENTERPRISE ASSN.) For Saturday, Oct. 19,1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) Greater harmony will result in a relationship that is importer' to you because your views are now more liberal and forgiving. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Spend as much time today as possible doing things that you (eel offer rewards, even though another doesn't understand what can be personally derived. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Take advantage now of any social opportunity that permits you to mix with the boss or coworkers away from work. CANCER (June 21-July 22) You're likely to be quite busy today doing things for others that afford them joy. You'll get as much fun from it as they will. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Be a good listener early in the day. You're liable to be let in on a secret that will later be of substantial benefit to you. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Over the next few days unusual conditions will present themselves. They'll be of material or financial value to you and your family. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) People you'll have commercial contact with today will do you little favors they wouldn't do for others because of the way you'll treat them. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Cer'ain material things you want will come to you with surprising ease over the next few days. Keep all channels open. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) Don't turn down an invitation this evening where you might have an opportunity to meet new people. A pleasant encounter is in store. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Have faith in others that you deal with today and they will treat you in the samt manner you treat them. Be generous and charitable. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Friends and contacts will be more meaningful than usual for you over the next few days. Through others, advantages will be offered. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 2O) Concentrate today and tomorrow on issues you deem the most important in your life at this time. Strides can now be made if you apply yourself. your birthday Judy says she's got White House support LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Republican Judy Petty of Little Rock says her recent invitation 10 a White House briefing by President Ford is tantamount to an endorsement of her candidacy by Ford. Mrs. Petty opposes the reelection bid of Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., who is seeking a 19th congressional term. Mrs. Petty pointed out that Ford and Mills have enjoyed a close friendship during their years in Congress. Mrs. Petty also discussed Tuesday Treasury Secretary William Simon's recent visit to Arkansas to talk with Mills, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. She said that since neither Mills nor Simon could cope with inflation she thought such a meeting would have been a yood time for them to discuss "their mutual failures." Mrs. Petty delivered her standard campaign speech on inflation, government bureaucracy and high taxes to a crowd at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock. She said she supported: Jonesboro detective arrested JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — Police Detective Sgt. Larry Hendrix of Jonesboro faces a preliminary today after being arrested by FBI agents on a charge of conspiring to rob the Indian Mall branch of the Citizens Bank of Jonesboro on Sept. 12. Former Paragould policeman I^arry Brown and Robert Hartgraves of Jonesboro were arrested on similar charges earlier this month. The complaint alleges that Hendrix conspired between mid-July and Sept. 12 to perpetrate the robbery, which never was committed. Hendrix, Brown ad Hartgraves were among seven persons who testified before a federal grand jury about the matter on Sept. 24. Hendrix, 30, has been suspended from the Jonesboro Po- '!ce Department without pay. if was in Craighead County ,i' ^hursday night. —A congressional bill to raise the educational benefits of veterans. —Elimination of the $2,400 earnings limitation for Social Security benefits. —More representation from the "middle American taxpayer" on the Ways and Means Committee. —A balanced federal budget. —A move either to disallow any congressional pay raises or, perhaps, to propose a congressional pay cut if deficit spending continues. She said she did not favor school busing for the sole purpose of obtaining racial balance, public financing of congressional races and "boondoggling foreign aid." WIN AT BRIDGE Oct. 19, 1974 You'll do extremely well this year in your creative or artistic endeavors. Increased earnings or profits are also likely from work or services you perform. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Workers strike at Marked Tree MARKED TREE, Ark. (AP) — About 75 employes at Gotham Manufacturing plant walked off their jobs Thursday in an effort to get higher pay and certain fringe benefits. The employes are members of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, Local 1892. The action followed a strike 'voted Wednesday night. The plant manufactures such items as pool tables and chalk boards. Jerry Williamson, plant manager, declined comment on the strike. Queen play could mislead South NORTH 18 * 43 ¥84 > 92 *AKJ7542 WEST EAST 41098 +QJ652 ¥953 ¥Q1076 4864 +QJ103 + Q1098 * SOUTH ID) * AK7 ¥ A K J 2 4 AK75 Neither vulnerable West North East South 2 N.T. Pass 6 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead —10 4 had started with three to the queen. A very careful South would play low from dummy. This would give up any play for seven but would insure success of the slam against the presence of all four cards in the West hand. So, you are West. You know South is a careful player. You know that if you play the eight, nine or 10 he will duck in dummy and pick up the suit the next time around. You play your queen. South should still play low, but will he? Thirty points is 30 points and he just may play the ace or king and wind up in the ash can. By Oswald & James Jacoby No series of articles on obligatory falsecard plays would be complete without today's hand. In one form or another, this hand has been appearing in bridge columns for 50 years or more. South wins the spade opening and leads a club. He is not going to make his slam if East holds ail four missing clubs, but West follows and now the slam is cold. A happy-go-lucky South would rise with the king of clubs on the theory that queens alway.s dropped; a slightly more careful South would play dummy's jack to be sure of his contract against any 3-1 or 2-2 break and to make seven if West The bidding has been: West Pass Pass Pass North U 2* 5T 64 East Pass Pass Pass Pass 18 South U 4 N.T. 5 N.T. •) You, South, hold: • AK843VA2 + Q4*K Q8 7 What do you do now? A—Just bid six spades. Your partner may have the right cards for seven but it is unlikely. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of showing one king your partner has bid six hearts over your five notrump to show two kings. 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. 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