!»*«e Two - BlytheyUle (Ark.) Courier New* - Tueaday, November 15, GOVERNORSHIPS Hi DEMOCRATIC COVtKNO* (~~1 IEPUH.ICAN GOVCKNOH # PARTY CHANCE SENATE NEW SENATE 64 Democrats 36 Republican! HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OLD HOUSE 295 Democrats 140 Republican! NEW HOUSE 248 Democrats 187 Republicans Don Hos Style Catches By BOB THOMAS ! AP Movie-Television Writer : HOLLYWOOD (AP) - "What eyes, our land was gone." Even when it appears that Hoj is on the edge of slumber, the I'm doing is a mistake," says; audience listens with rapt atten- Hawaii's D6n Ho. If that is true, j tjon. On opening night the au- then a lot of other entertainers dience saluted him with a stand- New Attack On Asthma By KEN ROBINSON DENVER, Colo. (AP) Sleeping children are telling secrets about asthma — a tragic and sometimes deadly disease that grips five million Americans. Machines record the pulse, breathing, heart beat and brain waves of these youngsters in slumber — and it also records the very movement of their eyes to show when they are dreaming- Researchers here are looking for patterns that develop before an asthma attack — a constriction of breathing passages that makes the vicim feel like he is suffocating. A severe attack can bring death. Dr. William W. Hahn is conducting the study at the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital. The hospital offers treatment to youngsters 6 to 15 from the United States and abroad. Admission is based on he severity of the case and is limit- Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Tuesday, Nov. 15. the 319th day of 1966. There are 46 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1777, the Articles of Confederation were passed by the Continental Congress. They went into effect in March 1781 and were the law of the land until the Constitution became effective. On this date: In 1805. the Lewis and Clark Expedition reached the mouth of the Columbia River—the Pacific Ocean. In 1920. the Assembly of the League of Nations held its first session in Geneva. In 1942, in the fifth and greatest naval action in the Solomon Islands, Adm. William Halsey's fleet smashed a Japanese attempt to retake Guadalcanal. Ten years ago — Representa- tivs of the nine Arab League nations, meeting in Beirut, Lebanon, voted unanimously to break off diplomatic relations with Britain and France unless British, French and Israeli forces were withdrawn from Egypt. Five year ago — Two satellites were launched into orbit from Cape Canaveral, Fla., atop a single Thor-Able-Star rocket. One year ago—The Supreme Court ruled that Communists, as individuals, are not required to register with the government under the 1950 Subversive Control Act. big time. He hired his owni -Hole in the Wall" at $750 aj month and .ever since he has! been a local hero just a few | notches below King Kamekame- ha ha. would like to be so mistaken. : Ho's opening at the Cocoanut Grve last week was something &e Hollywood crowd had never seen before. The venerable Grove was packed to the palm trees with a throng that cheered their hero as if he were Sandy Fuller Brush Dealer Phone PO 3-1766 2008 Vf. Chickasawba St. cd to children who get no relief from conventional treatment. • Dr. Hahn has completed a study based on tests of waking children which shows that asthmatics have different heart beat and breathing rales than healthy youngsters. fc m "What I'm interested in is what in .the nervous system .is responsible for triggering this asthma attack," said Dr. Hahn. He explained that the heart rate and similar body functions are controlled by the autonomic nervous system, composed of two branches which work in opposition to each other. One speeds up the heart, the other slows it down. Normally, said Dr. Hahn, they achieve a balance or harmony. But he believes in asthmatics the balance is disturbed. Doctors believe that emotional problems can cause asthma, as well as physical factors such as allergies. Dr. Hahn is hopeful that the study will show whether emotional stress can trigger an asthma attack. His machines can measure psychological re- action by tracing the wave pattern, he said. » * # He also wants to determine in which of the four stages of sleep asthma attacks occur. Stage one, in which a person dreams, is the stage of lightest sleep. The deepest sleep is in stage four. Rapid eye movements recorded by the machine show when a child is dreaming, said Dr. Hahn. Everyone dreams, he said, although some don't remember their dreams when they awaken. An Aid legend holds that Dick Wilmington, a poor boy apprenticed lo a medieval merchant, once tried lo run away from London. 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Among |icana Hotel in New York late them: Ricardo Montalban,; this month, and the Sands in Adam West, Petula Clark, Rog- eV Smith. Pat Boone, Bill Dana, Sinatra. • Between the guest perfbrm- Las Vevas next March. All this is a mistake? "That's right," said the quiet- spoken Ho, who is one-quarter ances, amateur and profession- j Hawaiian - the rest: Chinese, Portuguese, German, Dutch. "I a'l, Don Ho offered his own brand of entertainment. It is expected to be an Air Force unique, a combination of a luau, career man. I didn't even start clambake and community sing.! entertaining until I was 29, and i that was six years ago." . Backed by a talented five- niece combo of young islanders, Ho had grown up in his mother's bar, Honey's Lounge, on the windward side of Hawaii. He became an Air Force officer. He served all over tiie United Ho sings Ihroaty ballads and Hawaiian songs that are a far reach from "Sweet Leilani." ftis blark hair lossled on his j Stales for five years, then fpreiicad, he sits before an elec- [ learned his mother" was giving Ific or.san and talks sleepily to | up the bar because of illness, the audience, sometimes inject-i "That hit me hard," he re- ing his interpretation of Hawai-'; called. "Honey's had always Ian history - "The Boston peo-, been home to me, and I couldn't lj'" ran" 1 and taught us how lo | think of it being shut down. So I pray, and when we lifted our resigned and came home to run it. Business wasn't very good, j Ono f'av a stranger walked i and f (riod lo improve things by up lo a Salvation Army Cap-'learning lo play Ihc organ and Ij' i-iid his wile, who were entertaining (he customers with holding an open-air mccling, my mistakes." c .r-'iofl if he could join them) Honey's became 1 a favorite In song. He did. His name? 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