Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 28, 1974 · Page 10
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Page Ten SHOWBEAT HOPE (ARK.) STAR Busy Ray Milland says he's retired Television Logs •A ^i_ §. %^ Tomorrow 12:30 News 12:45 Moments for Meditations By Dick Kleiner HOLLYWOOD - INKA) For a man who's supposed to 1)0 retired, Kay Milland is extremely busy. He's done six movies in the past 14 months, culminating in "Gold," with Honor Moore. n I Mm he says he's very proud of. And, perhaps even more important, he's discovered an entirely new career — writ.- i»K- His autobiography is out now, and "Wido-Kyed In Habylon" is probably the finest of this year's crop of movie autobiographies. He wrote it all himself, too, and it's a Kom. Now they're after him to do more writing. He will oblige them with a novel but he told me there's a string to his promise thai even his publishers don't know yet. "I haven't told them," he says, with a sly chuckle, "bul I'm planning to use a pen name. F want to see if my writing is well-received when it's judged on its own merits not just because a so- called movie star wrote it." Now that he's discovered writing, he's leading a tfood life in his alleged retirement. Before the discovery, he was frequently bored. He and Mai, his wife for many years, live now in a French Hiviera town called Koquebrune, not far from Monte Carlo. He says they had vacationed there for ninny years but be^an making the place their permanent home only recently. "I feel hotter there," he says, "with all that clean air, away from the smog." Hut the problem was what to do with himself. Mai is a painter, so she was well occupied. Ray, however, was tfettmn a bit bored just watching her paint, even in such a pleasant place. Some years before he had been approached by a literary agent to try his hand at an autobiography. He said he would but he just procrastinated, as most people do. "There I was, watching Mai paint, and it was driving me up I he wall," he says. "So Mai said, 'Look, you've al- WIN AT BRIDGE Monday Night 6:00 Villa Alegre ; Movie 3 "Kissin' Cousins" News 4-45-7-11-12 Truth Or Consequences NORTH 28 4 9763 ?K9 * KQJ9 4854 WEST EAST * 5 4 J102 V 10862 VAQJ4 + 852 f A763 *J9732 *Q10 SOUTH (D) 4 AKQ84 ¥753 4 104 + AK6 East-West vulnerable West North East South Pass Pass 2* Pass Pass Pass 4* Opening lead—2 ¥ RAY MILLAND: The actor becomes an author. ways said you wanted to write, well, now's the lime, go write.' At that precise moment, tbe postman came to the door and the top letter was from that literary agent saying, 'Who re 's I h e manuscript you've been promising me? " So he wrote 2,500 words and tbe agent had 19 offers for the book. He sal down, then, and went to work, grinding out about 800 words a day in a noiigrueling, Riviera-like schedule of two hours of writing every morning. He still sticks to that regimen. Every day he's up at 7, has breakfast on the terrace reading the paper (bought the night before and saved for the morning). He writes from 9 to 11, then has lunch. The afternoon is spent relaxing, going to Nice to buy the papers or shop. Then it's dinner and into bed early, so lie can be ready for another arduous day. "And Nice airport is only a half-hour away," he says, "and from there I can go anywhere to make a movie. Tin supposed to be retired but that's just a way of avoiding a TV series, you know. Otherwise, I'll do almost anything." The Shakers of Pleasant Hill, Ky.; Srt 1833 devised and implemented the first system of waterworks west of the Alleghenies. Water was pumped from a well through a tank and conduits to every kitchen, cellar and washhouse of their settlement. by Barvce Bede Q/a For Tuesday, Oct. 29,1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) You'll have little patience with family situations you'd normally tolerate. You'll be a sterner disciplinarian than usual. TAURUS (April ?0-May 20) Restrictions placed on you today will be due to your own attitude. Don't paint yourself into a corner with negative thinking. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Friends you'll deal with won't react as generously as they usually do. Be sure to pick up your end of the tab voluntarily. CANCER (June 21-July 22) To achieve your goals today you'll have to be a trifle thick- skinned and able to cope with a few setbacks. If you persist, you'll win. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Be on your toes now so you can think your way around roadblocks that wil! be popping up. If one plan doesn't work, be ready to try another. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) This is not a good time for you to get involved with persons in joint ventures unless each knows exactly what to expect from the other. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) You're likely to try to dodge an issue because a difficult decision is involved. The easy answer you're seeking isn't there. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You're apt to feel there's urgency where your work is concerned at this time, but don't let your own thoughts overwhelm you unnecessarily. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Oec. 21) Don't gamble on other people or situations over which you have little or no control. You won't like the payoff. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Try not to reawaken old issues that you and your mate don't see eye-to-eye on. It will spoil what could be a pleasant day. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) You're better equipped today to do physical chores than those of a mental nature. Take a break from the brainwork. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Take a hard second look at anything that is passed off as a bargain. You could be taken advantage of if you're too impulsive. The forerunner of the waltz was the Landler, an Austrian dance of slow triple time, popular about 1800. Dr. Lamb Breast 'enlargers' don't work By Oswald & James Jacoby -Oswald: "Our code word 'ARCH' should be used by the defenders as well as by the declarer." Jim: "East wins the heart. He Analyzes the lead as fourth best, so South is marked with three hearts. He Reviews the bidding and notes that South jumped to four spades after his partner merely raised to two. He Counts his own three winners and sees that the way to beat the hand is for West to produce a trick. If it is in trumps it will score surely. If it is the king of clubs it will probably be sure; if it is the jack some special defensive measures may be necessary." Oswald: "The How can I beat this hand is now developed. East takes a second heart and forces dummy to ruff a third one. That ruff in dummy would always be there. East just forced South to take it early." Jim: "The final nail is put in South's coffin if East ducks the first diamond; notes that his partner has followed with the deuce to show three diamonds and takes the second one to shut out the rest of dummy's diamond suit." J The bidding has been: 28 West North East South 1V Pass 24 Pass 2» Pass ? You, South, hold: «AK84fK2*Q54+AQ54 What do you do? A—Bid two spades. There is time to try for a slam later. TOO AY'S QUESTION Your partner rebids two notrump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow By Lawrence E. Lamb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB - I am a young woman of fair appearance. My problem may not seem extremely bad, but it bothers me a lot. My breasts are quite small. People have told me different ways to solve my problem. These include exercise and breast enlargers advertised in the back of magazines. I have tried the exercises and they didn't seem to work. I know it takes time, but I did do them for quite some time. Are the breast enlargers effective and are they safe? I am sure many women wonder about them. DEAR READER - I receive an enormous amount of mail from women asking about small breasts and some asking about large breasts, and even some worrying about unequal breasts." So, you are not unusual. The only exercises that are useful in increasing the bustline are those that increase the muscles of the chest wall. These muscles are the pectoral muscles under the breast itself. Pushing the hands against each other and proper weight lifting-type exercises help to build these. When they enlarge, the breast, even if small, stands out a bit more. Don't neglect the importance of posture. Rounded shoulders make even normal- sized breasts seem smaller. Shoulders back and a pleasing posture help to improve the appearance ot the bustline. I have looked into the various devices advertised for use in breast enlargement programs. Some of these are stimulating, like a skin bracer and the action may stimulate the skin just as a facial massage does, but none, and 1 mean NONE, of these or the creams do anything to actually enlarge the breast itself. They do enlarge the fat pocketbooks of the people who are taking advan- tage of women's desire to be more attractive. Some of the programs to enlarge breasts do have some good features, the exercises and the diet programs, but neither a device nor a cream is one of the good features. DEAR DR. LAMB - Can you advise me if a slant board is in any way beneficial to a woman as an aid in filling out wrinkles in the face and neck? I have often read articles stating that by lying on a slant board 10 minutes a day, the blood rushes to the head and helps to prevent the aging process. DEAR READER - It has no useful effect. If you hung your head down you could get some swelling, just as you can get swelling of the feet and ankles from being on your feet all day. The effect would be transitory swelling. You can see a variation of this in the puffy appearance around the eyes so common to many on arising in the morning. You can get some improvement in circulation in the skin, at least temporarily, by doing exercises, particularly facial exercises or even bending exercises. You are familiar, I'm sure, with the flushed face after exercise. That is about the best you can hope for. Improving the circulation through the skin by exercise may improve your" complexion. I think facial muscle exercises are useful to a limited extent too, but a slant board will not improve circulation through the skin, on the contrary, it can result in stagnation and pooling of blood in the skin that leads to swelling. 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 balanced diet, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Balanced Diet" booklet. c:NEWSPAPER E.NTEHHR1SE ASS.N < 10 6:30 Dialogue 2 Beverly Hillbillies 4-6-10 FBI 5 Corner Pyle 8 Let's Make A Deal 11 Lucy Show 12 7:00 In Performance at Wolf Trap 2 Born Free 4^ Rookies 7-10 700 Club 8 Peanuts 7:30 Phyllis Diller Is A Circus! 5 Dr. Seuss 11-12 8:00 Art in Public Places 2 NFL Football 3-7-10 Falcons vs. Steelers Movie 4 "Bandolero!" 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