The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 3, 1976 · Page 9
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 9

Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, June 3, 1976
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THUOMIOMR Th» Dtfy M*r UM, UMfM*, MonMrtt. ThurM*. JMM J, Dressing Up » now holder · Heed covering 40 Disorder- 4 FkMng 41 CMarit garment 42 Thespian 8 Outer garment 45 TramoreMiflu )2 Harem room 4} Nigftt Boh! 13 Algerian -- TM seaport 14 Irltti river 15 Number 54 WWK agencyiab.l SSKrt 51 Above (coet) 52 Carry |co«) 8BTIE BAHEY WELL, LET ME PUT IT TWlS WAlr; THEYXE SETTINC SO SOOP IM OIH6 TO MAVE TO START TR6ATJN NICER 1S Went in 20GkTsn»m» 21 ATI (Lttin) J2 Goddess ol discord 24 Hawaiian city 28 Ireland 27 Sclent (loll.) 30 P*see sacred writings 32 Read 34 SKX*''ng slar 35 Redacted 36 Letter 37 Scheme WSonof S«* (Bib.) 67 K»id ol bean OOVM 1 Dove's home 2 Arabian guH 3 Viclnian garments 4BeBo»s 5 Shieid bearing 6 Having less rt*r · 7 Mariner's d ; recl.on 8 Lines the ceding 31 Drunkards 9 By the mouKv 33 sp« asunder 10 Poker stake 38 Retegale 11 Adolescent 40 Paper cunency 41 Dirks n Amounts [at) 43 Lose warmth 44 Grivel monkey 46 Nested boxes 47 Roman emperor 48 Dreary 50 Garden 17 Streaked 19 Paten away 23 Grow mature 24 Harness pan « Burl 26 Noblemen 27 Changes 28 tfttzes 29 Ancient Peisian imptemenl W1NTHROP / LOOt, SFC7TL ESS/ WEU-, A FIRST-NAME BASIS YET RICK O'SHAY WIN AT BRIDGE ..AN' NOT 0 CHEAP" T'E OTT SOWUTHIN' FOR HOWEVER, THE NOT BE 1NCUUPEC7 AT THAT PRICE. y eVLJT FOR 4 K 1 0 5 3 2 Both vulnerable I OONT THIKK. VrfE'LL HAFTA WORRY A8OUTTHAT BLACK- OR , SITHER: LOOK; HE'S, TAXING OFF AFTER'I nV BY (SAPVKY, x rr LOOKS LIKE \ YEP.' I M3L/RE RU3KT.' I SVEUS HEAPING NOW TWSCTS / DOWN TOO, ,A BONOS ·!-. .\ MR. OOP.' rWEMaVrrLrf HERE Misfortunes don't spell doom SoulS 2N.T. 3N.T. The simple way :s to lead a diamond and play dummy's 10. If it holds you will make a lot of tricks. If it loses and a spade comes back, your contract may disappear into thin air. Do you need tour diamond tricks? No, two will be enough. You lead your queen of diamonds to dummy's king! Now you lead the jack of hearts. West wins but he can't lead that deadly spade. He leads a second club. You take your king and lead a low diamond to dummy's 10 and nine. You are sure of your contract in spite of all your misfortunes. EEK MEEK By Oswald James Jacoby We are indebted to H. W. Kelsey and his "Bridge Logic" for another hand. You have readied three notrump without showing your club suit and West opens the eight of clubs. One entry is gone from dummy, but you don't worry -- or maybe you do. Anyway, you lead a heart to your queen which holds. You cash your ace of hearts and East drops a club. How can you establish your hearts? fr BIS FI6HT WITH THE UJIFE LAST KJeeK .' 1 TOLD HER 10 CAUHT H£R CCXD ...AAJO SHE HAbUT HAD OIJ6 ! FRANK AND ERNEST ERNlE... UU5T BLOW |N IT. A Michigan reader wants to know what you respond to partner's one-spade opening with: »-- VA10872eA9764*10J3. This is one of those problems with no answer. In standard American you are supposed to respond one notruinp, but everyone hates to bid notrump with your distribution. So we lead to take a chance, respond two hearts and hope for the best. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SELLS ANDY CAPP CAPTAIN EASY AND NOW OUR FORMER PUOUP QUEEW, IITA HAMWORT; WILL PIP HER. QTHEK GLAMOROUS SAM SO- . EE-DUE TO L'NFORSEEN TECHNICAL OlFFfCUf-nHS, OUR TV PEMOMSTRHTIOW WILL Bg-AH-TEMPeRA*ll.V For Friday, Jun* 4, 1S7B ARtES (March 21-Aptfl 1«)You mealitttestow starting loday.till someone was a doflar sign in front of you. Then stand back, for tlw sparks will lly. TAURUS (April 20-M«y 20) Today, expensive diversions won't equal something you put together on the spur of the moment with a few friends for some laughs. GEMINI (Hay 21-Jum 20) In making any d e c o r a t i v e changes around home today, be sure they're not merely decorative. If choice is necessary, favor ufflity. CANCER (Jim 21 July 22) Go out of your way to pay compliments If they're deserved. However, don't be lavish with your praise if it isnl really earned. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Take advantage of your ability today to develop situations that can spell personal gain or advancement You are extra clever in Ih'rs area. VIRGO (Aug. 2]) Your motivation today should he ihe right thing to do. Don't move »rt Hte possibility of praise or blame by your peers. LIBRA ( 23-Oct. 23) Looking out for the other guy wrli be far more profitabte today than promoting narro-.v self-inlerests. Unselfishness pavs. ann landers SCORPIO (Oct 24-Mov. 22) Even though you have friends vrtio can help you businesswise today, r esist imposing on the m. If you want to caB them for a friendly chat. OK. SAGITTARIUS (Ho*. 23-D«c. 21) You can attain important goals today it you involve ofUy those who have a spectfrC role in th« situation. Don't bring along outsiders just for the ride. CAPRICORN (OK. 22-Jin. 19) Today your outlook is extremely ffexiWi You'll know how to pui to good use any trti- bits of information, AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Ftb. 19) Take time today to help sort out a complicated problem if asked by someone you're ctose to. Your reward could be . a pleasant surprise. PISCES (F*t. 20-March 20) Flashes of inspiration today may be well worth heeding. You are al your best when you have to make spot decisions. Your Birthday June 4, 1976 Career oppor(t*ni(ies could come your way this coming year in very unusual ways. IF sometriirtg drops in your lap oul of the blue, take a good hard look at it. Dear Ann Landers: A while back I read fee letter from the woman wno Js the only coe wbo foes to vttt her mother in the convalescent home. Her titter Md brother "can't stand the smell." Her brother ujrf, "It's depressing to see all those old people," I'll go you one better. My mother i* 10 and lives in her own little home. Her bouse smells Just fine and the is always bright and cheerful. My brother lives right neit door and stops in once or twice a month for a brief visit. Her other son lives 15 minutes away. Same story. They never offer to mow the lawn, run an errand or fix anything around her home. Her son-in-law (my husband,) age 60, does everything. My brothers (not yet 50) both run to the altar rail every Sunday and consider themselves fine Christians. Care to comment? -- A Sister Dear Sk: Why brthtrf Thty ann'l wwtti th* tpoc* le trf them iff. That husband of ywin Munfe lib a pMKh. Give him a big hug for mt. H*'i my kind of guy. Dear Ann Landers: The man I was engaged to marry has decided be isn't ready to give up his freedom. We went together for two and a half years. My whole life revolved around him. How will I face my family and iriemls? I think I'd rather die. I already quit my job to prepare for the wedding. I was living for the day when I could stay home and be a 100 per cent wife and mother. My world has collapsed. I had great faith in the Lord, was active in our church and taught Bible classes. Now I'm beginning to doubt everything 1 once believed in. Please help me think straight, Ann. I'm -- Hanging By A Thread DMT Friend: Get your Bible out and nod about Etijori in King* 1:19. E%h wa» w ducted h* asked God to rok« hh !rf». God suggested fhree thing*: (I) Got enough ml -which maxim tl«op. It it ImpouiMo to ropelr a thattotod spirit whtn you an oxhaurtod. If natural rioop rofmo to com*, nk your doctor for medication to got you through this crisis. (2) Eat. GrfeMrkken peopJo ofton bocomo w*ak and rl boaano thoy havo no appetite. Start with tmo* amount! of nouriiliing food, thon on to thro* mead fl day. (3) Go back to work at onto. Sitting around and mourning n*vor wived a proMom. Keeping actfVo and involved can bo good modkim for a brokon hoart. If s oil th«r« in th« BiU«, doar. Sook and yo (halt find Dear Ann Landers: 1 know from reading your column that you don't believe in lonely-hearts clubs, computer dating or third-party matching of mates. You even put thumbs down on a scientific foundation run by a doctor and a minister. Since you get so many letters from lonely people, Ann, why don't you consider interviewing them in your home -- the most promising ones, that is. You could then see for yourself what they are lie. What a wonderful service you could perform, dear Ann! Please reconsider. It could change your life. -- A Caring Person, . : · Door Person: If could chongo'my Irro at r»gif. Thonloi a hoap. All I nood h hundreds of lovolom in my living room, waiting to bo "paired up." If you don't mind I think I'll just do the bed 1 can with (hit column. A« it»I'm putting in a 10-to-12-hour day. p.. · · · · Place A Classified Ad Today in The Daily Inter Lake Dr. Lamb Society neglects men's cancer By Ijwreace E. Lamb, M.D. DEAR DR, LAMB - 1 am in a state of shock. My husband has cancer of the prostate. They didn't operate on the cancer because the doctor said it was too late for that. Instead he was castrated and pli^-ed on female hormones. He is very depressed. Can he be cured by taking the hormones? He is only 55 and it all happened so suddenly. Isn't there any way that these problems can be prevented? DEAR READER--*- Yes these problems could be prevented. The shocking truth is that cancer in men has been -grossly neglected. More men die from cancer than women. Tre 1973 U. S. Vital Statistics show that 191.320 men and 159,735 women died from cancer. That is not all -- cancer of the prostate is more common than cancer of the uterus (cervix and body of the uterus, excluding the superficial noninvasive variety called carcinoma in situ). In 1973 for those 55 and older there were 18,493 deaths from cancer of the prostate and 8.65S deaths from cancer of the uterus. Things are not getting any better. The National Cancsr Institute estimates there will be 47,000 new cases of cancer of the uterus in 1976 compared to 56,000 new cases of cancer of the prostate. There will be 11.000 deaths in women of all ages from cancer of the uterus and a whopping IS.300 deaths from cancer of the prostate. Cancer of the prostate is the third most common cause of death from cancer in males and the fourth most common in the general population of m a l e s a n d f e m a l e s , i m - mediately following t h i r d ranked cancer of the breast. Can w e p r e v e n t these deaths' Yes! The same thing can be done for men as has been done for women. The answer is in early detection. Of course there needs to be a public education effort to match that done for women. Men need to learn that if the cancer is found early enough they can be cured. If it is not, the usual treatment after the cancer has spread U to relieve the. pain and often to remove the testicles and give female hormones. These measures are used only to control pain and do not cure the cancer. By contrast -- early treatment -surgery and radiation -- that removes the actual cancer or destroys it can result in cure. To give you more information atwut Uie prostate gland I am sending you The Health Letter number 1-6. Others can get this information by forwarding 50 cents with a long, stamped self-addressed envelope for mailing. Address your letter to me in care of this newspaper, P.O. Boi 1551, Radio City Station, New York, NY 10019. The telltale statistics are that the cure rate at Walter Reed Army hospital for cancer of the prostate is about 50 per cent and only a shocking five per cent in civilian medicine. Why? Because the a r m y r e q u i r e s a n n u a l physical examinations after 40 years of age. These result in early detection. A cancer of the prostate is found by feeling a lump just as you feel a lump during a breast examination. The procedure isn't pleasant as it is done by feeling the back of the prostate with a finger in the rectum. U is not painful or dangerous. Considering how simple it would be to nave an early detection program the ques tion remains, why is there so little public awareness about what can be done for men? It could save many men the problems your husband is experiencing. A11 men older than 40 should have an examination at least once a year that includes a rectal examination of their prostate. It can save them irom castration, female hormones and death

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