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16 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Fridov, Mny 24, 1974 F A Y E T T E V I L L C , A K K A N S f t S Psychic Factor Is Unknown Pnin r VJ.L/ L NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prktt Furnish* »y A. C. Idwlrd EDITOR'S NOTK -- This i s i \ v i | h ; the second of thrc-p a n i c k ' s o n . s o m r the prowlh of acupmu'lurr u e . ' i t - i C l i i n : i ment and research in (hi; wince United States. "You IH'S 1 ;. : NEW YORK ( A P -- "Ovv! !t Teh hurts this lime." said the! strut!; middle-aped blonde woman re isomo ceiving an a c u p u n c t u r e - t r e a t - ' s h r w k l m e n t , in her a r m . at a clinic.. M i a m i am Is acupuncture suppo-eci tc hurl, at least a h i t , v.hen t h e needle strikes nn "acupuncturi hari!- t i M Y o r k pracliw, h a s f n i i n d i t u s e - t m u l t i p l c sclerosis p a t i r n t s tend h r ' i r n c . p a i n f u l ilo «cl better under just about Ark First Corp Ainer Tel Tel Ark La Gas . . . . llaldwin Campbell Koup .. C e n l r a l S W .. Chrysler Del Monte f i l l ' i n t o 1!:r l i c a l \ v i i l c r s v i s i t i n g !ul i n t r e a t i n g 1 y e a r . \Vin-n lhc |!iruraU;ias a i ' e r i n f e c t i o n \ v i 1 l iti] Veal p a i n , in- -..ivi. i s i i i n t f k s . K i ^ M piUic-iils \\h( ' ' ' '.had stiffcroij for y e a r s hud ).""' : n Mills, two of U i e m " ( I r a m n t r l l i c . " w h i l e t \ \ o o t h e r s f a i l u r e s . " Heller any mode of t h e r a p y t h a t t!ivui with e n t h u s i a s m , hope a n f l promise. P S Y C H I C EUCMEXTS "Multiple sclerosis is a perfect disease for unorthodox therapy." he says, "because we io:i'l know wtuil psychic elc- ])a i l t i - . pi-r point' 1 ;irxl is t w i r l e d or s t i m u - j S i a l r e a c - t i o n has n h i - u latod electrically? ; i n a i m i n h r r o[ (·::······ l o r Yes, says Kr Yi Thm. M . n . . ; t l a y s a n d --.onii'timis i head of an a c u p u n c t u r e in I ' i i i i i t y to fill pir cent ol stitulc i n New York C i t y . H e . w i t h p a i n f u l a r l h i i t i s slarled using the t c c l m i q u e l K ; r a l ! ! i n s and oilier a f l l i r l i o n months a f n . may Co' f a m e k i n d ol tcmpoi: No, says C h i n s Y. Tinj!, a l y r e l i e f , m a n y r e p o r t s a[;n doctor nf Chinese m e d i c i n e am! The r c in a i n d e r are a c u p u n c t u r e . now in New i a p p o i n t t"i. Soin York, who zrcw up in C h i n a I h i n k tin- b e n e l k i ; and a t t e n d e d a t r a d i t i o n a l C h i - i m o M K 1 s u L ' ^ e s l i ^ nesc medical school ieholoii.ical. Rut yc-5. said D] 1 . C h i a - y n ' Hr. S;m! Hsu. an internist in S h a n g h a i , ; r o r i s y c b i n I r i s ! who demonstrated a c u p u n c t u r e i s ' n n c aentin have \ r s V That i s j ' c i r . d : 'I (.'hi." m e a n i n g hi ; a spot s r n a l l m i ! l h a t j " o n m p l c t e f e e l i n g o' n o m b n i - - : - : sairi. win rlevr'lop I h r m m h t t i e j One-third of thnsi- t r e a t e d by it d i d . [ H e l l e r for mi;:raine h e a d a c h e I m e n l s go into it." not only pit i i n i n u d i a t e r e l i e f , j Simmons also d i s p u t e l b u l . subsequent 1ht- i n i ! h - - s severe am , ' t h e doctor said. lie is p r e s i d e n t ' s c l e r o s i s , but t h a t the ol (he New Y o r k S'jci'-ly of i.-. not yet in and H K U K V K S Tht'H' ^c-eni., lilt I t h a t a c r o p i a i c t u i e - - all' iv'uiate ri.'UC'l, rnrjmons aisu s a i u n i^ IJH.T a t t a c k s w e r c i s i b l e thai acu|)unclurc could be le-^s f r r - c i u e n t , [lieI[)Ftil in ' r e n t i n g muilipie / ' . c u j j u n c l u r c for Phy: Oentisl-:. a n f l f o r m e r p! 1 ' uf the N e w York Slate Hi .Medicine. l-'Olt D K N T I S T H Y In a c u p u n c l u r c for dentistry. ''some p a t i e n t s s a y they d i f l n ' t evidence m u s t a w a i t :md c a r c Til 1 1 y controlled ex- -idenl ' [ H - r i m e n t s . ird n f i On out; subject, profound Knsco A G Edwards Emerson Ex.\on Ford Frontier Air Gen G ro'.vth Gen .Mtrs Gordon .lowelrv .... Intl H:ir\' I-T-E Imperial .1 C Penney f.evi Strauss I.inlZ Temco Marcor Pan Am \Vorld Air nerve deafness in children, Dr. Samual Hosen of N'ev, York has mostly riDKalive f i n d i n g s . n , j , i u - ,,,,,,,;,,,., .-,,,, , , i v , , , ,, Three times n visitor lo r e a l i z e the w o r k was c o m p l e t e d ! C h i n a . Rosen is well known for ;it, ' a r i r teeth wer' 1 nut. i a n operation which mcchamcal- f r l t completely n o r m a l i ly restores h e a r i n s ; hy loosening Dr. P e t e r ' u p l i n y ear bones t h a i hail he- H e l l e r , a n n i who i n c l u d e s l u r e in his Xew Hospital Volunteer Are Honored In Volunteers at the Veterans. Administration H o s p i t a l were recognized d u r i n g National HoFpital Week. The ceremonies were conducted by George J. Ernst, chief of v o l u n t a r y services and awards were presented by Fred Hemlricks. hospital a t l m i n i s - Iralor and Dr. V. J. Soukup, chief of s t a f f . Mahel M a d d u x , .lobn S. P. Sohwarz a n d M a r i a n Y i / a y were recipients of tile YA Gold Pin. d e s i f i n a t i n f i 5,fl!lll hours of service. The VA sil\ : er pin went to David K Culpopper and Xrtra Bee Liiigclbiicli. lor 2..VII1 hours. Donna J u n e C o l l i n s . Tom K a i l s and Mrs. Lin^elbach received the VA bronze pin for 1.7'tfl hours. A certificate for 1 .Oiin hours was awarded C a t h e r i n e M. and Mervyn N. Crocker. Johnsk Dean, .lolin 1.. G r i n ? . .[e«sk Pattei'son. l^ueilc R. Sealander. Harry A. Shoemaker and .Irthn Wier. V o l u n t e e r s \ \ h o receiver certificates for 50K hours were Rernice Raker. W i l h n r n G Dean. Horace G. and M y i l l e E. Denison. Ed Kpffesl Lewis \Y. Myers. Ruhy R Myers and G l a d y s Snow. Certificates of m e r i t , lor 3(1 volunteer hours went to Etlie Abney. Linria Apperson. Hei nice Raker, Sliirley Burke Black Cand In e n r y Innie nraco C. Cot) W i l b u r r G. and M y r l Tenf a N'cw York dentisl. I ' a i n i f u r n e ri'.;id. r e l i c - f may last up to 12 hours.i He was t a u g h t the Chinese But. lie adds, it's mil, for every Itcchniiiue for a c u p u n c t u r e for p a l i e n ! , especially those appro- nerve caused deafness on his abntlt s i l t i n g do\vn in a d e n t i s t ' s chair. The bi£ issue is whether acu- p u n c t u r e can overcome, im- .aired h o f l i l y ftinction.s. Dr. Kr Yi' Tintf. in a mailed second tri]. in lOi'J. and practiced it there, u n d e r super\ r ision. on 25I children l i e has j u s t concluded a six months' s t u d y of -10 children ,,,, .here, t r e a t i n g them with acu- over his s i g n a - i p u n c t u r e f i v e days a week for i s ' t l i r e e weeks, t h e n giving them I'd conrliti? helped by acu i):.uvjture" inchKii- "all k i n r l s of p a i n " and "muscular disease t w i t b fiarah'sis, s))asm or ditions. insomnia, asthain, hay on. Kd and M i l d r e d Ef.nesboc.|f c v o r i ' r ;,j n i( l s (r um iy nose), ' ! - De'.vcy ''V-iveri-'ilo ( d i z / i n c s s ) , h y s t e r i a , C c r l i l icates for IriTI h n u r s o i | i n , ·olunlc'er \ I a r j o r i e ser\ - ice wenl to A c k e i ' t n a n , Linda c h r o n i c gastrointestinal \ p p c r s o n . Ilr-rnicc Baker, Edward II, f.. Buckle, Shirley iurke. H e n r y C. Coogan. r a n c i s Donahue, Knnicc lane 0. E l u f i h e s . John A. and Tulia . l a ! \ * i s . D i l i n K'ishen. Jewey \V. I'aflr. W i l l i a m Pond. Susie R o e h i e r a n f l lla/.el Wehb, D u r i n g tlie |)ast y e a r more h a n 450 volunleel'S from more nan !!2fl orKani/ations provided nore tliau :i7.(100 hours of ser- ·ice to Ihe hospital each m o n t h . O r r j a n r / a t i o n s recoilnizeti ·oni a foui" s t a l e area included n i l s Of Veterans of Foreir'il Vars. A m e r i c a n f.etlifjn, Anu'ri- fiod Cross. Veterans of W o r l d War I. Mothers nf World I f rtod K N f e n s i o n lomemaker C'lubs, A humorous s k i t was 'hi^h blood pressure)." At Ihe N a t i o n a l M u l t i p l e Scle- ·o.sis Sociel\, Dr. James Simo o n s , the medical director, says t h a t about 70 per cent of sented m e m b e r s of hospital s t a f f and a pianrj-orgm d n 1 y n Muh'enin. A SOCHI! lisordurs, habitual constipation md essential hypertension a week's rest. There was no charge In the parents. The ly was sponsored by IVIt. ' Medical School and the York League (or the Hard Only two of the 40 youngsters tended lo show any improve- m e n t , and "we don't know the l a s t i n g effect. We are definitely not ready to use it as an i n - dicidiial ' treatment," Rosen said. He suggests that "parents P h i l l i p s Pelro Corp . . . . I'i/ca Hut Ralston Safcway ears Seott Paper ... Shakespeare ... Sou Pac Texaco Tri State M t r s Union Carbide . United Air .... Victor Wa! Mart Ark West Gas . C i t a t i o n Kearney Natl .. Minute M a n . . . Pioneer Foods . H K Porter ... Std Regis Tyson Foods . 20! i 12'' 14 : , li 19 7 11 4 ' 40 r ! 7P O 1 14V 22 7 i S I ' n : 2' pi 41' 8" 1) r 20 !»'» H -1 6-6 1' 1 1 i W. ·)! Yellow Frt Inds . Trans Utils . Volume Averages . up 10 up 1 up .1(1 4.540,000 would save a lot of money and misery energy. by not Commodity Openings .July corn ^^.''' Nov soybeans S.'.W Sent cgas -19.35 July pork bellies ^36.30 July wheat 3A1V? seeking acupuncture as a remedy f u r their deaf children. Next: How a c u p u n c t u r e works. upport Strike iml Cccilkt woir hour md icf rush men Is \'Icliin of tin": i-onrriil sirike by Knrilioi-n li el ami's ri'o!osLiTit m i l i t a n t s in its lOlh clay today. A Protosliint. Nt'il in; n cralls- man in ;j i-iL'll'ast factovy. Ho s;iid lie has not been paid sincu the sU'i!-;c bCL r an. I "H t h e sLriUc ROOS ' m u c h longer there: ;H'O ; 'be? riots, looting and k i l l i n g Safe In Their Very Own Palm Tree There's nothing like s i t t i n g at lumie and heing served i" bed. These Red Hcllied wood- peckers keep a sleaily supply (lie palm of food coming for their young plmlo) who are liLMlilcd down inside tree. (AP Wire- BKLl v 'AST. Nnrtlicrn Irolanrt^jisl's n o r t h e r n outskirls. Proi- itici Catliolics have lived peacefully sicic by side in tlio area since sectarian strife erupted in 1969. It was a refuge from the troubles. Yet the brutal realities still reach them. Neil lost an eye wheu terrorists bomhed his fac- f ° r l t o r y two years Eigo. He v,as : to W oi-k for IS months and untier- UTTLE EOCK {AP drew Beardeu ot I . I f t l i practices what he pi-eat'lies. He siiys i t ' s t i m e for blacks to rim for ?tale\\i{Jc office. He's doing just that. Beard en is r u n n i n g for l i e u tenant governor on the Republican side- and has been identified 1 with Joseph V v e s l o n of Cavr City, the newspaper editor who wants tlie GOP !iubernalori;i nomination. 'I feel black people should be represented," said Beardcn "They never lutve bei?n ivpre scnted Ijefore I t h i n k T nave as much ri^ln to r u n el.se and 1 welcome oilier black |ctu-vilie The Democratic candidates are Jot 1 Turccll of Kentrin. K 11 C u H e l t of Jac-ksfinville ; Onus: H r a n c i t m of Lille Rot:! F^'NiiTirii 5nid hi;- i'h;.!ic.\'S \vin:iinp nro "just a n y o n e . I'm not ;j; i re idrced to take what o;in find or starve," !ie 1 is not his real name. He not to be i d e n t i f i e d "because it could mean bad trou- went- two major operations and a half-dozen minor ones. He spent his life savings, f h e n borrowed money from a bank and his parents to s u p p o r t bis wife and two Infant sons. Thousands of men and wom- bles for me and my f a m i l y . ' . i t e s t . u i ! r .nmrs h stron'jai'in t the s i r i k e . tli N e i l who would p i e t c v to work, liojjc.s bccauae factories N e i l was "a4-«l ici .stay businesses shut down, a way" I'rom lu's c1o\\-nto\\'n en have been left jobless by the u s e d ! s t r i k e . mc5 hardship is widen c l i c s to enforce, s p r p a d . Men willing to try r e a t e n i n R men l i k e , \vtirkinp; have Iprnt pay cnve- and ha\ r e closed, putting \veek. He w a s n ' t (encfl direct ly. but be knows strikers have i have blocked fuel supplies, a shulcknvn or set a f i i ' e Itomcs. ' i crating. The strike, caller! by Proles-! Neil's lam exiiT-misU to kill p l a n s to i unique. .;ive the p r e d o m i n a n t l y Kim;m i enough. in short supply. Credit is d, I nonexistent. Now the .strikers l t h c ! m r i v o f h ; U eir cMectric power stations still ou- not had tii experiences But now he are has cede a n y t h i n g The ^1Uli will lei! i C a t l i o l i e IrHi Republic a voice j "I\vns blown up by the Irish the story." in Hie a f f a i r s of N o r t h e r n I r e - - R e p u b l i c a n Army, the Catho- l a n d . a British province, l i a s ; lies, and 1 don't'feel a n y great b r o u p h t i n d u s t r y aiul corn-|!!Uc:rnei-s towards Catholics be- merce to a v i r t u a l s t a n d s t i l l . ; cause of it." he says. Suits Filed BreslcL 1 111., f i r m , \ 01 -, ti C n t i it Coin M t t l l , Inc., a Chica iinc] Brt'slers i 1-1 \ ! M ^ I t 1 s u i t NEW YORK (AP) -- The City Council has defeated a homosexual civil r i g h t s b i l l , but one of its sponsors says he pJans to introduce the controversial measure again today. Attempts have been made over nearly four years to have Lhe measure voted out of a council committee. Now that it has reached the floor and been defeated. Councilman Carter Burden says he will again seek its enactment. The council voted 22 to U with two abstentions Thursday against Lhe bill, which wouk lave banned discrimination in lousing, employment and pub ic accommodations on the lasis of "sexual orientation." Principal opponents of the bill, who called it an attempt tc endorse a deviant lifestyle were the Roman Catholic diocese of New York and Ihe Uui formed Fire Officers Associ ation. Councilman Theodore Weis: of M a n h a t t a n argued that the woul d simply pro vi d e an administrative remedy for com p l a i n t s o f discrimination against rights already afforciei' Homosexuals under the U.S Constitution. However, opponents said tin bill pnsed a threat to family lifi and to children who might bi i n f-1 u e n c e d by homosexua teachers. K l i - i ' l v i c i t y a n d have plummeted to c r i t i c a l \\ K u M people to get involved i) want to brin£ a haul a c h a n g e 'We cannot rely on Uc old establishment to bring about change and do a n y t h i n g . " lit said, His opponent in the M; y 28 primary is Leon a Tr t I o Rose Bud. Th Mi O r e i t n i ^ li i n i \i i i i ,091 in back 1 i 01 Ic j g r a n t e d the i r a n e h i i ^ i i fo i v I c i i d t p L c ( 1 d i Food stocks, especially f i t h meat and M_ et i^c T I C d m shin4 L ipidh nd the C t o i 0 i tli it T I C '·.t II op n icno l n i K im j n of c mt 1 ^ o i l 1 i i t \ i i s i m sh hi '- t 1 t C LMl i Ull t M Ip I i hursday n i g h t , when leadi i o l M t Mn n o k C r u e l c o di \ i t m " t'u i il o i u d t ) k L po \ n pi nt c m I IK op f i I'K i i n inn il c ik ^ i »j lif ^ -lie U 30 p i c n of normal. \ t l '1 'n ·% in i con FTI ^b I w o - s t u i A ' house in i-n-!- "Yet now my family is being put through more hardship by our own kind. Where is the sense of it?' Report Is Released in Fatal Air Crash WASHINGTON AP) -- The National Transportation Society Board said Thursday that errors in judgment by the pilot and airline caused the crash of a Texas International Airlines jet last year in Arkansas. Eleven persons died when the orivair turboprop Hew into the ide of a mountain near Mena ,rk , on Sept. 27. Three Arkansas Air Nalipna luard members were killed vhen their search helicoptei ·rashed d u r i n g the three-dav ;earch for the aircraft wreck age. The safely hoard said the M'obable cause of the acciden was the captain's attempt to flj under v i s u a l f l i g h t rules durinc night instrument condition without using all the availabl' navigational aides. The board also said the pilo deviated from the pre-plannei route without adequate positio; infirmation. Another factor i n . the eras was the failure of Texas Intel national to monitor and contro [tie fiight crew's actions or tb flight's said. progress, the boar Tlie plane was bound from E. Dorado to Tex-arkana, Ark when it crashed about GOG fee below the top of Black For Mountain. The board made no safet recommendations as a result i the accident. However, it sa it was considering recomme dations covering a pilot profc sional standards committei and the existing pi!ot-di patchcr relationship. bin Announces Formation Of New Israeli Government JERUSALEM (AP) -- Pre- lier-designate Yitzhak Rabin nnoun-jcd today that he had rmed a government, rcplac g Golda Heir's, and hoped to amc his cabinet by Saturday igbt. R a b i n , a former chief of s t a f f l ambassador to Washington, aid his cabinet would then he irescnted to parliament next vcck. Rabin. 52, told President 5phraim Kutziv he had taken nnger than the 21 days niilhor- zer! to f o r m a cabinet because e had been busy witli the Is Chicago Futures CHICAGO ( A P ) -- Wheat oats and soybeans future opened mostly higher on tin Chicago Board or Trade today. Com was mixed. On the opening. Chicag wheat was 1 to :( cents a biishe higher, July 3.43; Gulf h a r d re wheat was not traded; cor w a s '/i lower to *.'t higher. Jul 2.111; oats were unchanged to cent a bushel higher. Jul 1.27',i and soybeans were wn changed to :i cents a buslie higher, July 5.52^ aeli learn negolialing with Sec- tar.v of State Henry A. Kissin- er tb end the war with Syria. In a brief statement lo news- jien a f t e r his meeting with \aUir. Rabin marie no hint as . the makeup of his cabinet. Political insiders said Deputy remicr Yigal Allon of the outgoing government was expected o «ct the foreign minister post . ' l c the Defense Ministry job vnuld go to Shimon Peres, a close friend of outgoing Dcfensn Minister Moshe Dayan. Rabin is considered a representative of the more dovish eft wing of Ihe Labor parly, which advocates greater lerri- :orial concessions to the Arabs t h a n Mrs. Meir has been willing to offer. Dayan, who has been severely criticized for his h a n d l i n g of Ihe October Middle East war, svas expected to be excluded from the cabinet. The political future of card- taker Foreign M i n i s t e r Abba Eban also seemed in doubt a f t e r he informed Rabin he "does not wish to join the new government a b o u t to b§ formed." : ELECT B i l l M U R R A Y SHERiFF For Washington County TMii! for by Citizcitr,- for Murray t\vnmiLtci\ MclvLn T'almor. Chainnnti Camera Stolen A c a m e r a \';jHied at .?5f) and C ^ I I N us r i o VST-, rcpoitcd stolen from a car owned by J.ick Ettirifler of 17(0 Shamblin while the car was parked in the lot o!' the Northwest A r k t i n P l a z a , police said today. Etin- ^r-r told police t h a t the theft o c c u r r e d late Wednesday ^ , ^,-^M '?; ' T ^^-^.iT.-j'^wa ^ *0 -.^ v i .^.:* £*\ % j*frf *zg* Named Fathers Of The Year Dm DcLiiise, Joel Grey. Vice Prcsirtfnl GeraM F a r c! and Christopher F. Kdley Sr. cloira around with Ford's .N'.i- Cily at a n c u s ^atfic-i'Jiig p r i or lo a luncheon. Forci w a s Miimc-d 11/I Xniioniil Fulher, rv.'.uS?. I f f t . ^;is r.imetl Tol- c i i - i f i n F a l l i e r of Uio Year. Joel Grfy, secund from l e f t , \v;is named P e r f o r m i n g Arts Father and Edley, risht, an atlorney, was named Human- imrian Father of the Year. (AP M'irenhdto) "A" IE! Doz. THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY NOON, MAY 29th · 405 N. COLLEGE · EVELYN HILLS · SOUTHGATE · WESTGATE We Reserve the Right to Limit

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