The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 9, 1976 · Page 15
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 15

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, June 9, 1976
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tWMtM (Money (rMKuCtofl 12 Roman rwd 13 Arab name u Boy's nentt 15 Unlew (In) 16 Knock 17 Curved mowing '.t Land SohSng) 20 Think lovingly of Angeles, C»Woini« 22 Entijt (to.) 23 Tiumpet SOWXf 26 Regard 30 John rGa*l,c) 31 Wings 32 Falsehood 33 Army officers (an.; 34 Member o Bantu nation 35 F«nule s*;nt . nlckrwne · 42 ktetal money 4SB«nk employe* 4S Vm eilention MProfwbrl 51 Chinese river 52 fttfttu (Fr.) 53 Winter month (as. 6Excttm*!ionol 31 Fxher'i »rrow 34 CeruM 7 Pickpocket BudoMttt 8 Stolen money 8 JasorTt Hiip 10 Never (wrtr.) It Leg joint 19 Srnatl chad 20 Poker money 22 Sonoltoac (Bib) 23 Paper money 24 Tarty 25 Handle 26 Bu.Wiog additions 27 28 Widow's 29 Appear 3« Entire 39 U.S. monetvy unit 41 Receiver of KoKfl gootft 42 Bool o Eajt Indian nerb 43 rtorie food 44 Concerning (Latin) 45 Chinese coin 46 One (German) 47 Share (ItaU 48 Dirty 50 Bermuda airport code 55 Wvor 10 Nonh Sea 56 Pub drink 57 Colombian coin MEM! THIS IS IT// DOWN 1 Excavation Tor 9010 2 Inflammation (luttin) 3 -'savings) 4 Tests 5 Goods tor sate ...WITHOUTA NOTE \ FROVv THET6ACHER IN / MYHANP. J \\ LCOKINQ- FORWARP TD6UWAEE V-4C4TON WALKING- ARCUKID... LOOKS UK6 ·CMC " RNPIN' ROER ,,.. SOUP .CITIZEN WAIT.. A MAN VOt^r 170NH BIT THE ' 6 T A CHANCE T GUJTU X WOIWER WHO* WIN AT BRIDGE Sandy Trent KO's opponents NORTH *« W 9 2 » A K 6 t K i o e * 8 7 5 WEST A J S 7 4 3 » Q 5 4 3 V J 9 8 2 « 9 7 5 » 3 2 IF OOP VMS OUT OF / ...-THEN HE* THE -TRANSMISSION ( STILL BACK ^^^| NS ^H. INM00 -' » a Q J 8 4 * A K J 9 4 iVorlh-Soulh vulneraMc BOCJDR! ISOT A LOT or PICTURES! , ,'JUST TO MAKE SURE; Wesl North East Soili Pass 1 * 3 * 3 * Dbl. Pass 3 » Pass 4 » Pass 5 e Pass 6» Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -- 3 » 2 V Pass Pass 4 N.T. Pass 5 N.T. Pass 7« perpetrator right out of the box. The Trents reached seven after several rounds of bidding and West opened the three of hearts. Sandy won in (tummy, cashed dummy's 10 of diamonds, led a diamond to her jack, cashed the ace of clubs and led a third diamond to dummy's king. When West followed to that lead Sandy paused to try to construct the West hand and finally decided that he would not hare made that silly two- diamond bid with 44-3-2 distribution. Therefore, he was marked with a 5-4-3-1 hand and bad already played his one club. So Sandy led dummy's eight of clubs and let it ride for a successful double finesse. One more club finesse and the contract wa£ horn*. EEKMEEK SORRY, BUDCV. THESE STCOtS RESERVED R*. HAPW HOUR By Oswald James Jacoby Paul and Sacdy Trent one of the best bridge-playing married psrtaers in the world finished third in the Cavendish invitation. West's twrhdiamond bid was some sort of major-suit take out. Bids of that weakness are not recommended and it sure bounced back and knocked its A Kansas reader wants to know how you handle a big hand with a long, club suit when you play two clubs as your only forcing bid. The answer is that you open two clubs and bid whatever number ofclubsyouhavetoat your ne'rt turn. FRANK AND ERNEST NOT THAT IT MAKES MUCH tt [TERENCE- CAN'T COME To TH£ ! PHON RIGHT \ NOW... HE'5 ' BUSV MAKfNC i MILWAUKEE 1 Mo*E FAMOUS. I SURE... Small Space Ads Attract Attention. IN rY/S LEAGUE THEY BON'T HAVE WINNERS CAfTAIN EASY LOOK AT IT THIS Y..OWCE THE EFFECTS OF WAY. J.f?!,. .. THE 'MIRACLE FORMULA" WeARCFF, UTA HAMWORT'S BOWLB66 WAV EVEWTIMLLV sfftiwa BACK WTO SHAPE: Thurxtoy, Jon* 10,1B7« ARIES (Kirch 21-Apri 11) Early in the day your mind may not be loo sharp on details. It wouTd be wise to re-«xarnfrie your work later when you're on the ball. TAURUS (April 20-Mrr 20) You shouldn't be embarrassed today if you handle a matter dttferenlry than you originally planned. The change you make will bo wise. GEMINI (M*y »1 -*»») Persons you deal witri today will appreciate and admire you because your word will be your bond. CANCER (*M 21-Mr 22) You're not looking for a fre* ride today. You're ready to work hard to earn your reward and won't complain because that's trie way you prefer it LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Move quickly into a situation today thai you see is obviously being mismanaged, it witt require a tftn hand (ike yours to get things back on the track. VIRGO (Aug. 2t-Se0L 22) It ·ill be your second effort Ihat produces the Vind of results you want today. You can win a vctcxy. but you mujf be both patient and persistent. LIBRA (Sept. 2J-OC1.21) Don't turn down a proposition today because it seems lo be worth less tnan you desJre. it stiU may have sutlicient merit for consideration. by8enceBecteCk)l SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Noy. 22) You should be abt« to handle financial and "career matters to your advantage today. You can be tough without being rude or overbearing. SAGITTARIUS (Nor. 23-D»c. 21) Conditions that have restricted you over the past . couple of days win loosen up today, enabling you to move full speed ahead. CAPfllCOftN (Dtc. JJ^lMI. 1») You are not one to shirk duties or responsitjittiej. TM» is fortunate, tor today you may be cafled upon'to do a lob anoiher has neglected. AO4MR1US (fen. I*-F«t. II) People who tend to be flighty or lack depth will turn you off today. Conversely, deep thinkers and doers intrigue you. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mvch M) Opportunity -- like the calvary -- may arrive lor you at the tut mmute. Hold th« (on because things win probably happen in the nick of time. Your Birthday ann landers Dear Ann Laaden: I am a cogifwbfre camfefer wrf a member of Gamblm Anoojnnow. I read abort tktr wooderfitl group in your colmai eijkt years ago, mt to a meeting and have not gambled a peony's worth since. Please tell your readers again about Gamblers Anonymous, Ann. It is a unique fellowship of men and women who share their experiences and their strength in an effort to solve a common problem, ft costs nothing to join. The only requirement is the desire la quit gambling. How does ooe tell if he is a compulsive gambler? Here is a tits of 20 questions. Anyone who aaswers YES to seven or more of these questions has a serious gambling problem. I hope you will print my letter, Ann. Millions of people need help, and U»y don't know what to do or where to turn. You can tell them. 1. Do you lose time from work due to gambling? 2. Is gambling making your home life unhappy? 3. Is gambling affecting your reputation? 4. Have you ever fett remorse after gambling? 5. Do you ever gamble in the hope you will win some money so you can pay your debts or solve other financial difficulties? 6. Does gambling keep you out late at night and prevent you from performing efficiently on the job the next day? 7. After losing do you feel you must return as soon as possible and win back your losses? 8. After a win do you have a strong urge to return and win more? 9. Do you of ten gamble until your last dollar is gone? 10. Do you ever borrow money to finance your gambling? 11. Have you ever sold any personal property to finance gambling? 12. Are you reluctant to use gambling money for normal expenditures? 13. Do you ever lie about your losses? H. Do you ever gamble longer than you had planned because you just can't stop? 15. Do you ever gamble to take your mind off your problems? 16. Have you ever committed, or considered committing, an illegal act to finance gambling? 17. Does gambling cause you to have difficulty in sleeping? 18. Do arguments, disappointments or frustrations create within you a compulsion to gamble? 19. Do you have an urge to celebrate good fortune by a few hours of gambling? 20. Have you ever considered suicide as a result of your gambling? I repeat, anyone who answers YES to seven or more questions needs Gamblers Anonymous. Sign me -Sam. G. ( Chicago) Deor Sam G.: May I odd a w«d? Any reader who Runlet ffrit test (or u married to somtam who flunks it) is invited to writ* to the Notiono! Headquarter! of Gamblers Anonymous, P.O. Ban 17173, lot Angeles, CoW. 90017, Krinformati^ejtihMttg WtiMtt.^ choprw. . . Th'u group h« performed miraclot ond changed rheu- sondi of Inn. It has my solid backing. -- Ann landers ****************************** Classified A d . . . I Want Ad Whatever You Call It... The Results Are Great in The Daily Inter Lake I****** ***«*********-**************£ Dr. Lamb Fatigue can be a problem Jww 10, U7* This coming year you may enter into an al.iinc* with someone you've known, but have nsvftr been ctosely associated wfm. The arrangement will be lasting end profitable fo both parties By La«-e«c« E. Lamb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB - How long do you have to rest before you regain your strength after exercise? After I have done some exercise I seem to need to rest quite a long time before I can resume exercising. I'm trying to shape but want to do it the right way. DEAR READER - Fatigue is difficult to measure and quantitate. Sometimes it is related to psychological factors and other times to metabolic factors. Laboratory studies of measuring muscle strength nave shown that if you fatigue a muscle it will take about 45 minutes for it to recover its strength completely. Under ideal circumstances, though, the muscle will regain about 70 per cent of its strength within 3D seconds and will be recovered enough to contract to £ per cent of normal within seven and a half minute!. Work studies have shown that it is better not to work to exhaustion and then rest. You will be able to do more work by stopping and resting a f«w minutes before you are excessively fatigued. The rest period to recover is much shorter when you use this method. Anyone interested in exercise should understand how the muscles work. 1 am sending you an issue of The Health Utter number 1-9. Exercise, Muscles, which will give you basic information about muscles and how they work. Others who want this issue can forward SO cents with a loruj. stamped, self- addressed envelope for mailing. Address your request to me in care of this newspaper. P.O. Box 1551. Radio City Station. New York. NY 10019. DEAR DR. LAMB -- Wnat would you do if a child's mother had been given DES while carrying her baby? My daughter was home on vacation and she has been depressed after learning, and bearing about effects on a girl bom to a mother on this drug. My daughter's girl is now 13. arid she is sure she was given DES when she was pregnant. I talked to our family doctor about it after she left. His advice was to ignore it. He said. if she had been given the drug what could you do about it? That is the reason I asked you the question. Would you please give me an answer? DEAR READER - With all due respect to your doctor if he really toU you to forget about it I can't agree with him. This is certainly a real danger and your daughter is right to be concerned. . What should she do? She should take her daughter to her gynecologist right now and have a check-up. Then her daughter should be followed carefully for any early sign of any malignancy. I hope she never develops one but the truth is that daughters of m o t h e r s w h o took diethylstilbesterol (DES) to maintain a pregnancy now face the possibility that the d a u g h t e r might develop cancer of (he vagina. It is a rare but very dangerous cancer. The best safeguard is the "earliest possible detection, and if it should occur, immediate treatment. A delay could be fatal. Incidentally there is now evidence lhal male babies may also have some abnormalities as a result of DES being given to the mother. Fortunately the changes that are suspect do not include cancer.

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