Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 3, 1973 · Page 12
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Gdlesbura Reaister-Mail ^^^^^^^^^^^^V^^VJ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Banishment Better Than Tax Audit By MCK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) olden times when a became displeased with of his subjects he likely order them banished. the Lighter Side some would ty LAWRENCE LAMB, M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb - With all the emphasis on exercising today, I feel my husband and I do not get enough of it. We bought an exercising bike. What I would like to know is, how can we go about it. 1 mean, how much time to start with, and how should we increase the time. I have started with five minutes three times a day. Am I overdoing it? Dear Reader — There isn't any set rule for this. It also depends a lot on the type of exercise bicycle you're using. Some ate fixed so you can adjust the tension on the wheel and thereby increase the load. People who are in reasonably good physical condition to start with can obviously begin at a higher level than those'who are unaccustomed to any significant amounts of physical exercise In general, and it has to be simply a general rule of thumb for the person I have not seen and not been able to examine or know what his exercise history is, I suggest that he start at a very low level. Of course, if he already has any medical problems he is aware of, he should talk to the doctor before beginning any exercise program. For the individuals who appear to be in good health and have just not had any significant amounts of exercise, I usually suggest that they start bicycling for three to five minutes at a speed which is comfortable for them and at a tension which doesn't create very much stress on the legs. That is, it should be comfortable and well within the capacity of the person without any strain. Then, the amount of exercise can be increased about a minute a week. Always make certain to stay within a comfortable speed ard tension on the wheel and never exercise at a rate that makes you feel that the legs are working too hard or that it causes the heart to beat too fast If you want to take your heart rate while you're exercising, you can usually do it; For medically unsupervised exercise you should try to keep your heart rate below 120 beats per minute while exercising. If the exercise effort causes your heart to beat any faster than this, you are either pumping too fart or the tension has been turned too tight on the exercise bicycle. TV Exercise bicycles are fine because they can be placed in front of the television set. Individuals who spend much time in front of the television set are the very ones who often need the exercise, and the exercise should be something besides reaching for potato chips and dip or, just as bad, bending the elbow. It also provides a way of occupying yourself while you're doing exercise. Pedaling at a very slow rate without any heavy load on the bicycle during your favorite television program is a good way to program a daily exercise activity. Exercise done during the evening newscast, for example, combines keeping you well informed and keeping you in shape. Exercise bicycles also have (he advantage of eliminating the jarring effect that sometimes occurs with jogging and running., type programs. They can also be used by individuals who have balance problems but are still able to do some exercise. Then, of course, they can be used in all kinds of weather indoors. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's new booklet on hem* orrhoids, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for "Hemorrhoids" booklet. According ito evidence at the Watergate hearings, the mod ern way of dealing with offenders against a head of state is to have their tax returns audited. The old humane. This is not to suggest that banishment was any bed of roses. The lament of the exiled is a favorite theme in litera? turc. Way was more Shakespeare bitter bread of But : he never tasted called It "the banishment." never tasted a tax return after the Internal Revenue Service had made hash of it. When, in the Biblioad account, Cain is sent to wander over the face- of the earth, he cries out that his punishment is more than he can bear. Cain Never Knew But Cain never had to justify the entries on a Form 1040. Anyone who has undergone such an experience surely will sympathize with Robert W. Greene, the Newsday /reporter whose return was audited at White House instigation after hie wrote a series of articles 4 about President Nixon's friend Bebe Rebozo. Apparently, some of the newsmen, entertainers, politician and others in disfavor at the White House were marked for harassment by government investigators, including tax auditors. Those auditors may require a line-by-line explanation of everything on a return. I couldn't explain parts of my return to myself, much less to an auditor. Now that we know this sort of thing goes on, the prudent course is either to (1) make sure to stay in the good graces of the White House or (2) make certain one's tax return will withstand intensive scrutiny. "Off with their heads," the old kings used to cry. Now it's "Off with their miscellaneous deductions." Nixon News Forum Not Best for Bug Query Probe By GEORGE J. MARDER WASHINGTON (UPI) Some Republicans and Democrats alike are suggesting that President Nixon submit to "cross-examination" by reporters about Watergate. Washington Window The White House has made clear that the President would not testify before a grand jury or the Senate Watergate investigating committee. "Constitutionally the inappropriate" is me way Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler put it. A news conference may be the only forum where direct questioning of the President is possible, and there have been some hints the President may hold one. Not Satisfactory Forum But reporters would be first to acknowledge that the news conference is not the most satisfactory forum to question the President on matters that involve possible violations of law and unethical practices. One big drawback would be lack of access by reporters to the documents and 9worn statements available to official sources. Thus, it would be impossible for them to spot a discrepancy in a reply and to follow it up with pinpoint questioning. Reporters would have to base questions mostly on leaked information (much of which is skimpy) and on some sworn publicly released testimony, mostly second hand, in matters dent. involving the Presi- A long-time problem at conferences * 4 presidential news is lack of opportunity to follow up questions in depth. For one thing, news conferences usually last for half an hour or so. On Watergate, hours could be devoted to the one subject. Many Questions For example: Why did the President at first suspect CIA involvement in Watergate? Why did such /fears persist even after the CIA denied any role? How did the President learn that money on behalf of his campaign was laundered through Mexico and apparently used to pay Watergate participants? What did the President say and do when he 'learned of such activity on his behalf? 1 4 What were the President's exact instructions to his staff to get the FBI to limit its Watergate investigation in the interest of national security? When and how did he become aware that his personal lawyer was raising money to go to the Watergate defendants and their families? Was he aware that John Mitchell was making major political decisions while he was attorney general, according to sworn testimony? Those are just a few of the questions that might be raised, and under true cross-examination they could generate more questions. The presidential press conference has advantages but it also has its limitations and it would not be a really adequate form for thorough questioning of the President's news and statements on Watergate. But news Watergate, would be better than nothing. it READ THE WANT ADS! Auto Insurance Will Put A Smile On Your Face FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE PROTECTION SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENT INSURANCE 407 HILL ARCADE Gdesburg Ph. 342-3414 CONTACT LENSES For Complete Information on Contact Lenses Phone 343-7410 Dispensed on Prescription of DR. E. W. BEATH, O.D. DAILY 8:00 - 5:00 • MONDAY & FRIDAY 8:00 - 8:00 60 S. 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