Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 21, 1974 · Page 7
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Monday, October 21, 1974 THE t FAMILY^ LAWYER . Wrong Victim One winter's day, Art, a teen- acer, was amusing himself by hurling snowballs at passing cars. One snowball missed its target and struck a pedestrian across the street, injuring his eye. Could Art be held liable for assault and battery? In a court hearing, his lawyer said no. "Art had no wrongful purpose toward this man," went the lawyer's argument. "Hitting him was purely accidental." MOPE <ABK.) StAR Page Dr. Lamb However, the court ordered Art to pay damages. The court invoked the doctrine of "transferred intent," by which an original wrongful intent—in this case, the desire to hit the passing car—was transferred to the accidental consequences. This widely recognized doctrine is based on the law's reluctance to let a wrongdoer get off scot-free. It has even been applied in a case of mistaken identity. Thus: A man sneaked up behind another man, thinking he was an old antagonist, and bashed him on the head. Actually, the victim happened to be a total stranger. But that didn't help the first man when he was haled into court afterward to face a damage claim. Applying the doctrine of transferred intent, the court had no trouble finding him liable. On the other hand, the doctrine will not apply if there was no wrongful purpose in the first place. Suppose, for instance, that a woman who is being chased by a mugger throws a rock in his direction. And suppose the rock misses the mugger and hits an innocent bystander. Under these circumstances, the woman could not be held responsible for injury to the bystander, because she had acted in legitimate self defense. With no wrongful intent to begin with, there would be nothing that could be transferred into legal liability. An American: Bar Association public service feature by Will Bernard. © 1974 American Bar Association Twirling contest at Prescott The first twirling contest to be held in Prescott will be November 16. beginning at 10 a.m. at the Prescott National Guard Armory in Prescott. There will be a |2 entry fee for each division that each twirler enters. The divisions are: solo, duet, and line, including: dance twirl, two- baton, flag and strutting. Age divisions are: Pee-Wee—six and under, Juvenile—7-12 years, Junior—13-15 years, and Senior—16-20 years. First and second place medals and a "Best Over All" trophy from each division in solo and duet twirling will be given. Girls interested in entering, mail name, address and age to: Debbie Covington, P.O. Box 701, Prescott, Arkansas 71857, and an entry form and contest rules will be sent to you. Dead line date is November 11, 1974. Double up, America. What will oure hiccups? By Lawrence E. Latnb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB-1 have had several attacks of hie* cups. The last was about three weeks ago. It lasted for one week white 1 was placed in a hospital. The treatment I received was not specific, but consisted of tranquilizers and sleeping pills. 1 would like to know if there is any rather direct treatment for hiccups, I have stopped drinking any effervescent drinks and colas and DEAR READER - There are many cures for hiccups. Most work best if done just at the time the hiccups were going to stop anyway, in spite of what you do. Then you can say, wisely, that you cured your hiccups. Breathing into a brown paper bag — I have always wondered why it must be brown — standing on your head, holding your breath, or having someone scare you all work — provided you do it just when the hiccups are ready to stop anyway. Timing is very important because if you use these and many other remedies before the hiccups are ready to stop anyway, your treatment will be a failure. Treating many hiccups is much like treating a cold. A cold may last a week if you don't treat it and will only last seven days if you do. Some hiccups are caused by distention of. the stomach and factors that irritate the diaphragm just above the stomach. Hence, overeating, gas on the stomach, and hiatal hernia of part of the stomach through the diaphragm can be factors. You are wise to avoid the soda drinks. Hiccups can also be caused by irritation of an area in the brain. Finally, they seem to be related to a reflex that involves the back of the throat. Other than the passage of time and the use of sedatives or similar methods, I know of two direct methods that are helpful in some eases. The first is done by taking a teaspoon and putting some vinegar on the back side of the spoon. Then open the mouth and rub the spoon at the area near the uvula in the back of the throat. The uvula is the lobe of tissue hanging down from the midline at the back Of the throat. The uvula should be touched. The vinegar of the mechanical action may stop the hiccups at once in some people. Apparently this local action interferes with the hiccup reflex and effects a cure. Still another cure was reported about three years age- by Dr. Edgar Engleman and colleagues, then from the Miami School of Medicine. They found that the old treatment of swallowing a teaspoon of dry, granulated sugar stopped the hiccups in 19 of 20 cases. In some instances the hiccups had been present over 24 hours before treatment was attempted. In those that had a recurrence of the hiccup, repeating the simple treatment stopped them immediately. The sugar treatment is not because of the glucose or anything like that. It may be closely related to the spoon and vinegar treatment and by mechanically stimulating the back of the throat with the granular material, it may interrupt the hiccup reflex mechanism. Neither of these treatments are dangerous, so the next time you "have hiccups, try either one and see if it works. It could be a sweet way to avoid spending a week in the hospital. 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 spastic colon, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Spastic Colon" booklet. 3 Ven- 6:00 Villa Afegff Movie "Ride Beyond geanee" News • - - Truth of ftnaetfuenceslO 6:30 Dialogue * Beverly Hillbillies 44-10 FBI 8 Gomef Pyle 8 Let's Make A Deal 11 l4iey shfw '* 6:55 Morning Devotions 4 7:00 Drink, Drank, Drunk 2 Family Theatre 4-6 "The Cay" Rookies MO 700 Club 8 Gunsmoke 11-12 8:00 Follow Up 2 NFL Football 3-7-10 Packers vs. Bears Movie 4 "The Naked Runner" Family Affair 5 Movie 6 11-12 $ 5 8 11-12 2 5 11-12 2 44-11-12 5 5 44 Three die in accidents Two can ride cheaper than one. A Public Service ctTh.s Newspaper 4 The Advertising Council By The Associated Press Melvina Price, 66, of near Bentonville is one of three persons dead as the result of Arkansas traffic accidentejlunng^, Pilot killed in air crash LAFAYETTE, La. (AP)George W. Harper, 40, of Abbeville died Saturday when the World War II vintage P38 airplane he was piloting crashed on a city street and exploded into flames. Revis Sirmon of Abbeville, owner of the plane, said Harper took the craft up about a half hour earlier to check it Witnesses said they heard the engine sputter several times as Harper circled Lafayette Municipal Airport to land just before the crash. Sirmon said he found the P38 Lightning Lockheed several years ago and restored it. Dubbed "The Scatterbrained Kid after the P38 Sirmon flew in World Warn, it was one of the world's few airworthy P38s and frequently was shown in air shows. It also was part of the Confederate Air Force, a Texas-based organization of WWII vintage planes. Child dies of gunshot LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Sharon Wicks, 5, of Little Rock was killed Sunday when struck in the chest by a gunshot fired by a 5-year-old playmate, police said. Authorities said the child was shot once with a large-caliber revolver while playing with a 5- year-old boy in the front yard of his home. Police said the girl and boy had been playing in the front yard when the boy apparently went inside and got his father's gun. The boy went back outside and fired the gun ^"Apparently they were playing cowboys and he didn't know what he was doing," said Sgt. Robert Marshall, public information officer. The name of the boy wfto allegedly fired the shot was being withheld pending further investigation. __ The largest vessel in the world capable of carrying dry cargo is the Japanese Usa .Maru of 264,523 deadweight tons. NORTH 4 J2 ¥A874 4> A103 + A743 WEST > Q943 f KQJ9 t J7 *J92 SOUTH (D) 4 AK1075 21 EAST 486 ? 10653 + Q64 4Q1086 • K9852 + K5 North-South vulnerable West North East South Pass 2* Pass 2* Pass 24 Pass Pass 2? Pass 2 N.T. Pass 44 Opening lead-I Pass Pass 'byBerrtceBedeOol ForTue»d«y.Oct.22.1974 ARIES (March 21 -April 10) Take into consideration the feelings of those you deal with, or else you'll lose any chance of their co-operating with you the weekend. itooper David Fuller of the State Police identified the other victims as Thomas Davis, 69, of BlythevUle and Ed Lee, 87 of New Hope. Trooper Glen Couch said the Price woman died from injuries suffered Sunday when a car tried to miss a dog on the highway and struck the car in which she woman was riding. Fuller said the accident he investigated coccurred Friday night when the car which Lee was driving left the highway and struck a culvert. State Police said Davis was killed Sunday night in a one-car crash on U.S. 61 less than one mile south of the Missouri State line. . The accident occurred when the car Davis was driving missed a sharp, right curve, skidded 76 feet and hit a trailer house, knocking it three feet. No one in the home was injured, police said. WIN AT BRIDGE 20-M.y 20) You're presently saddling yourself with some unworkable theories. They should be discarded. Don't be so stubborn about changing your mind. GEMINI (May 21 -June 20 Before you involve yourself too deeply with another in a joint interest, analyze all of its ramifications. Know what you're getting into. CANCER (June 21 -July 22) Brace yourself for a little turbulence around the house today or unexpected disruptions will get everyone on edge unnecessarily. . LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Things you do in haste today will probably have to be done over later. Pace yourself so that what you do, you do well. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Normally you're rather conservative and cautious where money is concerned. Today, you are likely to take financial risks you shouldn't. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Your restlessness at this time Will provoke you to start things you won't finish. Set your mind . upon one course. Stick to it. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Usually you're quite good at keeping secrets. Today, in a fit of talkativeness, you're going to say much more than you SAG?tTAR.US (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) If you go shopping today leave your checkbook home. Just spend the afternoon window-watching or else you II make some unwise purchases. CAPRICORN (D«c. 22-Jan. 1 9) You will create dissension among your associates if you espouse an unpopular cause and try to ramrod ideas through AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) It's going to be up to you to pick up the loose threads that others have raveled. Try to create some order from chaos. PISCES (Feb. 20 -March 20) If not careful regarding associations, you're going to find yourself involved in a complicated situation not of your making. , "fte Maude 8:30 Caught In the Act '•' Beverly ttlllblllles Happy Goodman? 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Tattlestales 3:30 Movie 3-Mtt 8 3-MO W § 11-12 3-7-10 Mar- 44 8 11-12 3-7-10 4 5 8 11 12 3 _n to . truth 44 8 12 2 44 5 11-12 The Creeping Unknown" Speed Racer I Dream of Jeannle Boio's Big Top Hazel I Love Lucy Merv Griffin 3:45 Arkansas in Review 5 :00 Mister Rogers Bonanza Fllntstones Father Knows Best Star Trek 4:30 Sesame Street Qilligan's Island Andy Griffith Show Mod Squad 5:00 ABC News 7 8 10 12 2 2 44 5 8 10 2 5-7 8 11 3-7-10 Truth or Consequences 4 OPEN 9-9, MONDAY THRU SATURDAY -While Quanities Last NEW COOKING EASE I Love Lucy Rifleman Star Trek News 5:30 Zoom News NBC News Dick Van Dyke Dragnet News Night 6:00 Villa Alegre Truth Or Consequen MONDAY TUESDAY MONEY SAVING SPECIALS 12 2 3-10 44 5 7 1H2 m 8 Heft Haw JJ Luty shew 1Z 7:00 America J Mflvte t M' 10 "Trapped Beneath the Sea" Adam-12 700 Club Good times 7:30 AildubOn Wildlife Theatre Movie "The Law" Rifleman MASH 8:00 Arkansas: Continuum 2 Family Affair 6 Hawaii Five-0 11-12 8:30 Woman \ Beverly Hillbillies 5 Charisma * 9:00 Scene 2 Marcus Welby, M.D. 3-710 Movie ' B A New Day 8 CBS Reports H-« 9:30 Washington Straight Talk I Kathryn Kuhhnan 8 10:00 ABC News J News 3-4-54-7 Big Valley 8 News 10-H-12 10:15 Movie Cont'd 5 10:30 Wide World Mystery 3-10 Johnny Carson 4 LSU Highlights 6 Perry Mason 7 Movie U" 12 "Partners In Crime" 11:00 Bonanza 8 11:30 Pop! Goes The Country Wide World Mystery 11:45 Movie Eleven 12:00 Untouchables Tomorrow 1:25 News 1:40 Meditation SIZZLING Natural vegetable spray for delicious frying & baking. Prevents food from sticking. ADORN SELF STYLING HAIR SPRAY Extra Formula for hard to hold hair. COLGATE INSTANT SHAVE Menthol Or Regular 11 Oz, Can YOUR CHOICE • KETCHUP 01" • MUSTARD DISPENSER • DUST PAN 3/*l your birthday Oct. 22, 1974 You will have quite a f.ew opportunities this year to make some important basic changes that will affect your lifestyle. Don't put too many irons in the fire at once. tually the defense will collect two trumps and a diamond but South will be ^ome with game and rubber." Jim: "This particular trump safety play would have cost South a trick against a 3-3 trump break and two tricks if East had held the queen of trumps. But in rubber bridge you play for your contract and only go after overtricks when the contract is safely home." ^^^^ Your Choice BOUNTY OR KLEENEX PAPER TOWELS 100 Sq. Ft. Per Roll Rolls Per GAYETY PAPER NAPKINS 160 Ct.-150 Sq. In. Limit 2 kiUJ By Oswald & James Jacoby Oswald: "Greed is a terrible thing at the bridge table. At least, the wrong kind of greed is." Jim: "South takes the first trick with dummy's ace of hearts and leads the jack of trumps. East plays the six spot. If South has the wrong form of greed, he will let the jack ride for a finesse. If it works South will expect to make two overtricks, but it is going to fail. West will lead a second heart. South will have lost his timing and his con- tra dswald: "The right kind of greed will tell South to play safe. He will rise with the king of trumps, cash the ace and go after diamonds. Even- The bidding has been: 21 West North East South If Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK84VK2 *Q54*AQ54 What do you bid? A-Two clubs! You could also bid three clubs; one or two spades or three notrwmp - although we consider that last bid a bad one. TODAY'S QUESTION You do bid two clubs and your partner rebids two notrump- What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Send $1 for JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win at aridge." (c/o this newspaper). PO. Box 4fi9. Radio r.ity Station. New York. N.Y. 10019 GILLETTE TRAC11 RAZOR BLADES Ibe first blade shaves your wiskers, the 2nd Made shaves it closer. c 5Ct. PUg 69 Ea. TAMPAX TAMPONS $119 • Each 40 Ct- Super or Regular LYSOL SPRAY Disinfectant eliminates odors—kills household germs 14 Oz. Can LIQUID PLUMBER Unclogs drains fast, safe for pipeu and disposals. 64 Fl. Oz. 27 Ea. WILKINSON STAINLESS STEEL RAZOR BLADES 5 Ct. Pkg BEACON MOP & GLO Floor Shine Cleaner Cleans and shines as you damp mop. 32 Fl. Oz. 99' " LYSOL DEODORIZING CLEANER Wipes away cause odors. germs that 28 Fl. Oz. Vtcxs FORMULA 44 VICKS FORMULA 44 Effective strength cough mixture $109 • E. Continuous Decongestant CONTAC

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