The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 3, 1996 · Page 20
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, November 3, 1996
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BB SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL THE SUNDAY CROSSWORD T SPORTS MEDICINE 79 Small colonist 80 Frightening flick 85 Green Gables girl 86 "—of the Wild" 88 — made: is successful 89 —Yards: Orioles' home 91 Duck the ' question 92 Old hat 93 Werfel's'The Forty Days of — Dagh" 94 Chancel seat 96 Chain member? 97 Broadcasts 100 Gallup Poll concern 101 Frightening flick 104 Have — up one's sleeve 105 Threatening word, with "or" 106 "—the Lord my soul..." 107 Alexander of State 108 Portended 109 Gardener's nemesis 110 G.l.s 1 mail drops 111 Mil. sine qua non DOWN 1 Took cover 2 State firmly 3 Caesar's capital 4 Oath giver 5 Cleaving tools 6 Sandy's remarks 7 Scoundrel 8 "Be Careful, It's —" 9 Indonesian Island 10 Proverbially lucky folk 11 Dairy, for one 12 Long in the tooth 13 Getting for nothing 14 Verdi opera 15 Frightening flick "HALLOWEEN ON THE SCREEN" By FANNY BANCROFT ACROSS 1 r.nrry on endlessly 5 MacDonald's domain 9 Missile housing 13 Musical conclusions 1P tJovello of'The Lodger" 19 D'-ck out 20 Russian mountain range 21 "--'clock scholar" 22 Fnghtening flick 25 Dartmoor's county 2G Totally alters 27 Efface completely 28 Salacious looting 29 "How sweet—I" 30 "Giles Goat- Boy" author 31 Woven fabric 32 Rolay a message 35 Tree pest 36 Gritty 38 Greek oil flask 39 Frightening flick 42 Low mil. rank 44 Lions' retreats 46 Fluctuate: Abbr. 47 Raw materials 48 Nile queen, for short 49 White wine aportif 50 Frightening flick 55 Sturm's partner 56 Liquids used in dyes 58 Popular mineral water 59 "What —Go!": MacLaine romp 60 Before Wilson 61 Taters 62 Elk group 63 Puts forth 65 Inscribed monument 66 Adam's gift to Eve 70 Actor Jeremy 71 Frightening flick 73 — pro nobis 74 Umpire's signal 75 New York stadium 76 Zodiac beast 77 Swung around sharply AfC'JWERS TO TODAY'S PUZZLE ARE ON PAGE B2. 16 By and by 17 Vocal rendition 19 Making inquiries 23 Acronym, for a defense pact 24 Went astray 28 Olympian Jesse 30 Artist Hieronymus 31 Historic German city 32 A dance or a dot 33 Novelist Lesage 34 Fellini's frightening film 35 Greenish-yellow pears 36 Spider's preoral part 37 Happening 40 Table d'— 41 "— a Stranger": Sinatra film 43 Take-out phrase 45 Hummingbirds' cousins 48 Rubberneck 51 Bankbook notations: Abbr. 52 Politician Chauncey 53 Rudimentary seed 54 Popular imbibement 55 Disney's seven 57 "Jezebel" singer 59 Kaffiyeh cord 61 Some like it rare 63 Galileo's birthplace 64 Praying figure 65 Hebrew abode of the dead 66 Saccharine 67 Like a churchmouse 68 Papas from Greece 69 Double this for a German spa 71 Gunwale pin 72 Borden's bovine 75 Bridge card 81 82 78 Don Quixote's province 80 Brought milk to a boil Presided at a meeting Swedish actress Signe 83 Ancient Tigris empire 84 Scamper about 87 Display, as an emotion 90 Laos location 92 Analyze a sentence Golden Greek Brief effort Rubik of the cube craze OOP's man of the moment Hairdo 98 Largest of the Marianas 99 Slight 101 Chop down 102 Reverse: Abbr. 103 Once upon a time Aspirin eases golfer's painful back 93 94 95 96 97 Dear Dr. Donohue: Last week during a great golf game, I felt something give in my back. The next day my back wasn't sore, but I had a burning pain deep in my left buttock. Sometimes it runs down the outer leg to the foot. Should I sell my clubs? What happened, and how long is this golf hiatus going to last? — Blue Golfer Dear Blue Golfer: I would * lay odds that you have sciatica. People usually can get over that, and as dedicated as you are to golf, DR. PAUL DONOHUE North America Syndicate you probably will return in time. The twist of the golf swing places lots of pressure on the back's muscles and ligaments. The pain you feel apparently is from an irritated sciatic nerve. A bulging spinal disk, a swollen back ligament or some other derangement probably is pressing on the sciatic root as it emerges from the spinal cord. Most sciatica patients also report a radiation of lower back pain. Here's a treatment plan: You don't need bed rest. The time for it, if needed, has passed you by. When bed rest is imposed, it is rarely for more than a day or two. After that, most sciatica sufferers begin with mild pain relievers, the kind that double as inflammation fighters. Aspirin is fine, if you can tolerate it. . During the pain period, sleep on your side with a pillow between your legs or on your back with a pillow under the knees. Meanwhile, continue with any ordinary activities you can tolerate. I can't stress too much the need to avoid immobility. If you smoke, stop. A smoker's cough can place strain on the already weakened back structures. Nicotine also impairs nutrient delivery to the area. About 70 percent of sciatica pain is gone in three weeks, and 90 percent in eight weeks. In the future, take better care of your back. Little things are important, such as bending at the knees to place a tee or retrieve the ball from the cup. ©1996 Los Angeles Times Syndicate ur Caipet & Vinyl Center Special €t®spet 1000's Of ColorsTo Choose From! Special Older Vinyl 100'S Of Colors To Choose From! BUILDING MATERIAL WAREHOUSE 2450 S. Ninth Street, Salina, KS • 827-8774 • 1-800-249-8774 BABIES A daughter, Whitley Elise, was born Oct. 18 to Salinans John and Michelle Vishnefske, 712 E. Shipton Road. Grandparents are Pete and Pat Saunders of Minneapolis and Ann Vishnefske, 866 Vassar Dr. A son, Phillip Steven, was born Oct. 22 to Steve and Luanne Mueller of rural Ames. Grandparents are Andy and Lenora Singleton, Spokane, Wash.; Larry and Mary Baxa, Cuba, and Lorena Mueller of Linn and the late Marvin Mueller. Great-grandparents: Bob and Opal Smith, Garden Grove, Calif., Hazel Woods, Wichita; Emil Westbrook, Cuba, and the late Fred Sr. and Lottie Baxa. Call Today to Reserve Your Apartment. 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' *''--- OPENING NOVEMBER 6 <M1D 6ALL&OOA Located at 239 West 6th, Concordia, KS Formerly the Elks Bldg. at 6th & State Live Dance Bands Every Saturday Night! Whether you like Country, Rock & Roll, Swing, or Big Band Music, Wheatey's is the nightclub to join! Wheatey's will feature various types of live dance bands every Saturday night. Opening Nov. 23 OUTBACK!! If you want to be where the action is, come see & hear the opening band, Outback, on Nov. 23. We must receive your membership applications by Nov. 13 for you to be allowed in the nightclub. Fill out the application and mail it back today! ^ ' ^^WHEATEY'S SPEAKEASY & GRAND BALLROOM | Membership Application ! $10.00 is the lowest annual club membership fee allowed by law (including spouse card.) • There is a cover charge for most bands. ' MAMF MAMcr»P corn ice. * ItinKIATIIRF HFPF- • 3I17INMIUKC nCKC. " 1 MAILING ADDRESS- IRIDTM HATF- inrlm-lo v«nr •DiKin i/Mic. include icui 1 The law requires at least a • Make checks payable for $10.59 APPLICATION DATE- ten ( 1 0) day wait on club membership after payment of fee. to: Wheatey's Speakeasy, inc., 239 W. 6th, Concordia, KS 1 1 • I • 1 66901 |

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