Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 5, 1973 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, February 5, 1973
Page 10
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PAGE 10 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I U 2 E N · MONDAY, FEBRUARY S. 1973 Crossword Piczzle ACROtC 1 Tr.d*. ,6 GftorRuy. 1# OM«r ten. M 1M kopeckt. · Like thocoUt* · cake. K : Z«la heroine. 17 Done up. IS Field: Prefi*. 19 Zone: Abbr. 20,Blue ribbon 'winner: Phr»ie. 22 Poetic times. 23 Take * breik. · 2t Heron: .26 Under first-r»t« conditions. 30 Finisher. 32 Study or den. 33 De Yalera'* land. 35 Needs. 39 In Hny event. 41 Fast. 43 Dutch settlers. 44 A r ill« d' 46 Girl'f name. 47 Baker's need. 49 Languishing. 51 Baseball term. 53 Oriental prince. 55 Spirit: It. 56 Fart of i watch face. 62 "Green Mansiom" girl. 63 Gambler's concern. M Largest of th Lesser Sundai. «5 Fragrance. 66. Skirt vent. 67 Escape by 1 -trickery. 68 Go (one'i way). 69 Decadei. 70 Scatter. DOWN 1 Complain: Colloq. 2 Custom. 3 Parts of ipeech: Abbr. 4 Flutter. 5 Voicei. 6 Alloy, 7 Relative «f * match. 8 T.opmoit: Prefix. 9 Appeared. 10 Valued too low. 11 Arttat. 12 Gort. 13 Make* l«*f. 21 Celebration* . 25 Sett, in I w«jfc 26 Bedouin. Z7 In _ (completely). 28 Tree trunk. 29 Manicnriit'i need. 31 'Shipshape. 34 Native*: Suffix. 36 Colombian city. 37 Kind of ovea. 38 Hose miihap. 40 Cruising. 42 Be proper for. 45 Hollywood employee. 48 Not more than. 50 Sharp ridgei. 51 Take for 52 Famed Athenian. 54 Urgent mitten. 55 Facial feature. 57 Loll about. 58 Sword part. 59 Mancburian border river. 60 Protuberance. 61 Attracted. 1 , u 17 20 2 3 ' 4 SATURDAY'S ANSWER £ ' fficsoti Hear BETTER Again-Be YOURSELF Again SONOTON FOR THE BEST IN H E A R I N G AIDS REE HOME or OFFICE HEARING TEST Batteries Service for all hearing aids 53 E. JACKSON (downtown) PH. 622-6031 aditrtisemtnt Health News . . . Why suffer? Headache, a symptom not a disease. Dr. Ron Keise · 22 Million Americans, suffer from headaches every day. Why? Dr. Ronald Feise, of the Feise Chiropractic Center in Tuc- s o n , exp l a i n s t h e reason for most headache pains. Technically,", says Dr. Feise, "Headaches can, of course,' result from many conditions. But research has revealed that a common cause of headaches can be traced to the irritation and 'compression of the upper spinal nerves." "Certain activities and vocations cause unusual stress on the neck. Athletes, mechanics, housewives, office workers, people who work with their hands, and others who must twist or maintain unnatural' positions for any length of lime at their work are especially susceptible to cervical nerve irritation." However, the noted 'doctor says, "all the talk about why is always overshadowed by the p a i n a s u f f e r e r experiences. Dr. Feise notes that the chronic headache may begin as a dull ache at the base of the skull and progress to a piercing pain that radiates to the top of the head and along the sides of the head to the temples and behind the eyes. There may be tender spots in the scalp, the base of the skull, .and neck." Associated also with this condition occasionally are stomach 'pains, nausea, and. dizziness, states Dr. Feise. "It should be remembered that because the neck is extremely mobile, there is constant danger of displacement of one or more of these vertebrae, which may compress and irritate the cervical nerves." It should be remembered that all serious headache problems start with one headache, then another, then another, until the condition is chronic. "Talk to a person who suffers from recurring headaches and you will seek effective treatment for your first headache. Do not delude y o u r s e l f t h a t y o u r trouble is a simple one which can be easily corrected with a 21-cent package of pain killers." Correction of the cause must follow: Dr. Feise urges that you do not delay in correcting th* basic cause of the headache any longer. When opportunity knocks: Use our portable instant-loan department: Credit Reserve. With Credit Reserve, w h e n you need extra money, you've got it. On the spot. The moment you need it. J u s t t a k e o u t y o u r checkbook and write yourself a loan. When your check comes in, we'll cover it automatically with funds from your Credit Reserve account. Apply for a Credit Reserve account soon. With Credit Reserve and a First National Bank checking account, you'll have a portable instant-loan department in your checkbook. Add BankAmericard , ,- x and Guardian Card and you'll have yourself a portable bank. Regular checking account. Guardian Card (The check guarantee). Credit Reserve BankAmericard (The portable (Think of it instant-loan department), as money). First National Bank of Arizona

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