Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 1, 1974 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 1, 1974
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Tuesday, October i, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAR l*age Five Dr. Lamb Less activity needs less food By Lawrence fi. Lamb, M.D. urethral drainage from the DEAR PR, kAMB - Is it bladder - H can also enlarge true that^eople over 45 re- toward the center, like filling quire only 'a small portion of the hole in a donut, compress- food? ^ ing the urethra without feel- DEAR READER - It is ing very large, true of some but certainly not all. If you become more and more inactive physically then you will need less and less food. Also, if you let your amount of muscle diminish because you never do anything that works your muscles under a load then you will use even fewer calories just sitting around than you did earlier in life. That decrease in calorie usage by your body after 40 is often associated with loss of muscles. If you keep active, and particularly if you do strength exercises to maintain the size of your muscles, you will still be able to eat as much as always and not get fat. It doesn't take long to do strength exercises, and if you do them regularly it will help a lot. Examples of these are chin-ups, push-ups, knee bends, weight training and some isometric-type exercises as opposed to walking 10 miles. Walking, jogging and similar activities are endurance exercises. DEAR DR. LAMB - I am in my late 60s. I was told 10 years ago I had an enlarged prostate gland, but not to bother about it unless it bothers me. Recently I was examined by a different doctor as my other doctor passed away. He told me my prostate gland was enlarged, too. I have no WIN AT BRIDGE Danger in bidding for partner Your symptoms are some indication of how much obstructjon you have. When obstruction becomes marked there may be a markedly distended bladder. This may cause frequent urination without completely emptying the bladder. You may also have other problems, in starting your stream and stopping it. The stream may be small in caliber. Your symptoms don't sound like you are having much trouble yet. When it is desirable to know for sure how much obstruction a man has, it is necessary to have him empty his bladder as completely as he can. Then a catheter (hollow tube) is passed through the urethrea into the bladder and if there is still a lot of urine present it can be drained out and the amount measured. It is sometimes surprising how much is there. A wash basin full is not uncommon in severe problems. A simple X ray of the abdomen after urination may also show a distended bladder. When dye studies of the kidneys are done, the dye collects in the bladder and makes it more obvious. Certainly you shouldn't have surgery done unless it can be shown by one of the above methods that you really do have a lot of urine in the bladder that is not NORTH ¥ K 9 8 7 4 3 J986 WEST 4 1098 ¥Q10543 t KJ7 442 SOUTH A ,13 ? AJ 4 AQ1085 EAST ID) * AK752 ¥ 62 + 962 Neither vulnerable West North 24 Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass East South U 24 Pass 3* 3* Pass 44 Opening lead—10 By Oswald & James .tacoby When we watched today's hand bid in the Olympiad fund pairs, we saw very few contracts made. With no one vulnerable there was a tendency for East and West to go to three spades. South might double or pass. In either case careful play would see East going down one trick. It wouldn't be a bad score. South would make three clubs by the simple expedient of ruffing a diamond in dummy before losing control of the trump suit. With the 5- point part score bonus, three clubs bid and made would count 110. Three spades doubled down one would only be 100. The rather peculiar bidding in the box developed when North went inlo a long huddle before passing to his partner's three club bid. East, an alert player, realized that North would now take a push and bid three spades. Now South bid what we consider a rather unethical four clubs. He had paid full attention to his partner's slow pass and apparently came to the conclusion that North held a trifle more in the way of club support, but had made up his mind not to bid; so South bid for his partner. Incidentally there was nothing wrong with Norths thinking. A player is entitled to think. His partner should not act upon that thought. The bidding has been: 1 West North East South 1 * Pass 1 * Pass 2* Pass 3* Pass 3* Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK843 *A2 *Q4*KQ87 What do you do now? A—You can afford to move into Blackwood. Bid four notrump. TODAY'S QUESTION You do bid four notrump and your partner bids five diamonds to show one ace. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Send $1 lor JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win at Bridge," (c/o this newspaper), P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) problem urinating, but do being eliminated. Meanwhile S. _;i_i_i ^ r ~ «* !«..*•» AM J-...A T fVtinb- \/rm cli nil Irl Vi£)\/f3 nt dribble for a minute or two when I think I'm finished. My question is, do you think I should be operated on at this time or should I wait longer? DEAR READER - It de- I think you should have at least a yearly checkup which would include a manual examination of your prostate gland. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this newspa- Mrs. Ford improving; doctors are optimistic pends entirely upon how per, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City much obstruction you have. Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of You can't always tell that by just doing a manual examination. The prostate can enlarge outward and not significantly compress th« For .a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on impotence, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Impotence" booklet. WASHINGTON (AP) — First Lady Betty Ford's doctors say they remain optimistic for her "prolonged survival" despite discovery of some cancer cells in lymph gland tissue removed during breast cancer surgery. And the President said he certainly shares that optimism, - . For Wednesday 1974 tyBerniceBeCeQ/a ^V. '$?••• , Oct. 2, Garrett shows film on state of economy . ., ', ,*. •Uu^ ;,. - " - *V * t- ft) «/V. ARIES (March 21 -April 19) Making a last-minute change in your plans will not gain you any advantages. Follow through as you originally planned without the shortcuts. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A service you were hoping another would perform for you is not forthcoming at this time. Look for other sources to help you. GEMINI (May 21 -June 20) You will cause some unnecessary dissension among your group today if you buck the majority rule. Join in. CANCER (June 21 -July 22) In a competitive situation you are more likely to be tripped up by your own carelessness than by the opposition. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) This is not a good time to try to implement ideas that are chancy. Stick with methods that have given you success previously. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22) Your budget is not elastic enough to take on additional expenditures. Put a damper on any impulse spending at this time. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Your present course of action is the best for you. However, you are likely to be influenced by another and change direction unwisely. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Be very careful if working with unfamiliar tools or materials. Get someone to help in areas where you lack expertise. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) You're not as lucky as you may think in situations that have elements of chance. What you'd win would be only temporary. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Decorative changes that you make around the house now may prove difficult to live with over the long haul. Don't be too impulsive. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) If your logistics are poorly planned today you're going to waste a lot of time and steps. Set up a sensible itinerary. Stick to it. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) It's not to your best interests to count on something of a material nature that is not already in your hands. It may not be coming. —Bill Wray photo with Star camera BOB GARRET brings program on economy at meeting of Rotary Club your birthday Oct. 2, 1974 You're apt to be a bit more independent this year. That s to your good. However, don t hastily dissolve alliances that have proven Beneficial in the past. Ray Lawrence presented Bob Garrett for the program at the Hope Rotary Club meeting Friday, September 27 at the Town and Country restaurant. He showed a film, "Where is Joe?", which dealt with the economic health of the United States. The film, sponsored jointly by the union and management of U.S. Steel, showed the serious inroads being made by the foreign markets in the various aspects of our economy. Industries specifically highlighted were automobile, electronics, sports equipment, and textile. Viewers was reminded that in today's world these foreign competitors are very up-to-date in their methods of production and selling. With the unease in many of «ur domestic operations, foreign elements present serious competition. Our management and labor forces want to win this fight and are doing everything in their power to succeed. Vice-President Vincent Foster was the presiding officer. Under the direction of Dr. Emmett Thompson, with Dr. Lester Sitzes at the piano, the club sang "America" and "Sing Rotarians." Vernon Wickliffe voiced the prayer. The club welcomed student guests Thomas Williams and Larry Johnson of Hope High School. The right hand of fellowship was also extended to these guests: Mrs. Leona Troxell of Rose Bud, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor; Mrs. Paul Klipsch; and Bob Moers. Truck issue up for vote In Central America, gold believed to have a soul. MARIANNA, Ark. (AP) Local voters go to the polls today to vote on a one-mill tax to support a $50,000 bond issue that would allow the city to buy a fire truck. Mavor John Oxner said no tax increase would be involved because the current bond issue would be paid off next year, he said if the bond issue is approved, the current tax will be extended. —Be a courteous driver. although he said the pathology report raises some questions. Statistics indicate that finding of cancer cells in lymph nodes in such cases usually diminishes chances for a long-term ewe. Paying a visit to his wife Monday night after the final pathology report was issued, the President said he had "full faith in the doctors — I think they're the experts and we'll follow their advice." He noted a great improvement in his wife's condition and described her as "much, much belter." "With her strong, fine attitude," the President said of his wife, "I think everything will work out all right." Mrs. Ford's doctors, Navy Capt. William Fouty, who performed the surgery, and White House physician William Lukash, said the final pathology report, an examination of tissues removed in the operation, showed: "Microscopic involvement of cancer in only 2 out of 30 lymph nodes. There was no involvement in local blood vessels." "Considering that only two lymph nodes were involved and that there is no clinical evidence of cancer spread to other areas," they said they "remain optimistic for a prolonged survival." After the three-hour surgery Saturday on Mrs. Ford, Fouty, chairman of surgery at the '"Belhesda Naval Medical Center, was asked if discovery of some malignancy in lymphatic tissue would be an ominous sign. He said, "This would not be particularly an ominous sign. It would not be particularly a bad sign. People do respond to further therapy. There would be no more surgical procedures done because all of this tissue would be removed." And, now that they have the findings in hand, the doctors said that the next step in Mrs. Ford's case will be to make special diagnostic studies to decide whether x-ray, hormonal or chemotherapy should be used "to insure maximum treatment of this cancer." Statistics show that women who have no cancer cells in their lymph nodes have a 75 per cent chance of surviving five years after breast cancer surgery and a 65 per cent chance of surviving 10 years. But by contrast, women with cancer cells found in one or more of their lymph nodes have only a 50 per cent chance for five-year survival and a 25 per cent chance of surviving for 10 years. Mrs. Ford now is in the fourth day of her hospi- talizaiton. "Her discomfort is steadily decreasing and she has required less pain medication," ihe medical report said. 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