Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 20, 1977 · Page 10
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HOPfc (ARK ) STAR HEALTH Lawrence E. Lamb. M.D. Slow heart rate M.t). JtW'J i to lo Rv l.nwr«-mr Hi. AH !H< I, AMI; •f.'il W-Cl >.-. ;,)'r, J •'li.'tf koul ;iti<i (!«• ((oi I'.'f'ifr ! •. wh;»t h;!|)[)i-ncr|. I v,;i; iiish th'- 'ipi r .'jlini; room for M ,-' I , M\ ;j|)ir-.«- h;«l dropp I" ':'"/', :iti<! lh'"> )i/jr| (d put i ;»:>(< in;iV.iT f)r l,;tml», I would like I 1 ii •! w. TII o i r H I) oil t ;i »r • tiuikcr, what it d'M'.s, ..«<! xvbv J h,-»fj to hfivc one J wjiv so .short of bre/ith ai>*J ••,«< tifi-d for so lorifj. What arc the .symptoms to look for if Miiric'thiru; should HO wroni: with Ihf paromnkrr'' DKAH HKADKH Normally. your heart has its own pficmiJikcT, which actn like .-• spark plujj. Ft stimulates (fie heart (o focal c-.-u-h time. Thi- stimulation is really im clectricjil event. The natural spnrk pint; has its own rate, arid it cnn speed up or slow down within your normal rafH'f, The electrical impulse passes down from the top of (he heart mid must cross the arc.'i between the (op chambers of I he heart and the lower pumping chambers. You can think of this urea as H bridge, A common cmise for i\ very slow heart rate in nn older individual is Unit disease damoijes the area where the bridge '•"* located. With no bridge, the electric.-i) impulse cannot pass from the top to the bottom pumpinf! cluirnbers. When the pumping chtunbcnt are not stimulated, tiicy will Iwnt very slowly on their own. The slow rule is not fust enough in many instances to maintain adequate rirculn- tion. When the drculntlon is poor, the bniin i,s affected mid may en use 11 person to lose consciousness. The pacemaker provides a regular stimulation to the lower pumping chambers from ;i buttery mechanism. •)<>< (dr want-, the- hc-;ir! In .1! t'i provide ;, sU-.'iij', .-if! ratr 7hfr»- ;>r> diffrr- •nt >m»<l<-K <,fim<- with ;t •.'triable rale All hav (hi- b.v,!< dilution o| (x-ili); able i'i run your heart at ;i swti',- f.'Klory r;i(c to mjunt;»m f!'»<>f) r irr ul;i|ion This in may Improve circulation lo the brain sufficiently in clear mental confusion if that ).'» a t omrilicatiofi of poor cin illation Pacemakers ,„.,.,] t,, | )( , checked from time to time to (>c sure the batteries are still strong I'rorcdiire.'i available vary from clinic lo clinic, but I would advise you to check with your doctor and have a clear under- .*>UiM/lir)£ of what they have available for you and when you should have your pacemaker checked, If the pacemaker doesn't work properly, your heart rate is likely to »:et too slow and may cause poor circulation. That could cause mental confusion, fatigue, or loss of consciousness. Many people >;et alonf! «reat with a pacemaker. The recent models are much better than older ones. I would like to remind my readers that many healthy people have slow heart rales. Uoj/er Bannister had a resting heart rate in the 30s when he was fully trained to break the four- minute mile. Hut, if you are not an athlete, a very slow heart rate of 50 or below can mean problems. To tfive yon more information on heart rates In other situations, I am sendinj; you The Health t-cller number 9-8, Your Heart Ilntc: What It Means. Others who want this Information can send 50 cents with a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope for it to me In care of this newspaper, P.O. Hox 32B, San Antonio, TX 7B21I2. INKWSCAI'KH KNTKHI'IU.SI'; ASSN.I Irxarkana ciraus bead on hlarkhirci 7KXAKKANA. Ark * APi Th»' Trxarkftna l/osrd of directors fjpf jfk:d Monday to take ,v!K<n against an estimated four million blackbirds that havr- pir kr-d Die rjiy as a roost- inj? placp ffir the winter. After ronsultinj; with state and county officials, the directors voted to take several measures to remove the birds from H 10 acre tract in the north part of the city near Interstate 30. Work crews will begin by trimming many of the trees on the land and if that doesn't work, the trees will be cut down, officials said. Other r.-if^rv ••{ j'pi'ing the birds \r, fist in a more rural ares m- fhj'k- using scare-tactics" fw h as loud booms from a cannon-like device and the use of Mund trucks that broadcast blackbird calls. About 10 persons attended a meeting Monday night to discuss the birds. Many of the persons said they didn't want the birds killed, but persuaded to move because the smell was unbearable. Agricultural agent Bob Pierce told the directors that the birds could present other problems besides undesirable odors. He said blackbirds are known to carry lice and his- toplamosis disease. The birds roosted in the same general area last year and Pierce theorized the birds like the spot because of the many row-planted pine trees. Television Logs Tuest'.ay. Pec ember 20, 1977 Tuesday Night 6:00 Over Easy- News 2-9 3-W-1M2 For Wednesday. Doc. 21, 1977 ASTRO-GRAPH Bernice Bede Osol ,.-—,„.-.-_.„»_,„— •"•'/'•-^ '-«r<c-^i.^»»^««B.T»xN - ~-- - • •*•*•—• The lirst military drill manual in the U.S. was published in 1779 —throe your* after the Rovolutionory Wnr booan. Doc. 21, 1977 joini'nni.' />ho h.v> i;if>n\ f;)ilh in you may irt.pjrt r ,om<; r.onfidon- li;il information ihir, coming y.'.'«r th.ii coiiirj prove- rather I/iofiI;iblc Vou will know or- 3':liy how to uv? it to your bust SAGITTARIUS (Nov.23-Dec.21) Hii.-ri''•) ,j likelihood you may him; lo return later ;ind do it iiflain il you msir.t on using "r,lep-;,avi;rr." at work today. Do il '.lowly, but do il right. Find out more about yourself by sending lor your copy ol Aslro- Gtaph Leltor Mail !>0 cents lor each and u long, self- iiddresriod. slanipod envelope lo Astro-Graph. P O.Box 489 Radio City Station. N.Y 10019! Be- surf; to specify your birth sinn CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan.19) Invite old friends il you're having a holiday dinner or open house You'll find they're rnoro comfortable than your new pals, AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) You inifjhl have a rough day at the office loday. Walk away and lonjot it. You'll ffiol so much boiler by locking your worries in your desk. PISCES (Fob. 20-March 20) You're likely lo be very easily rlir.lractod and thus quite forgetful today. Write down what you must do so you v/on't overlook anything ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19) |f s very unwise today to count on anything you don't have In hand If you have to beat the bushes, you may find out too late your bird has flown TAURUS (April 20-May 20) The prospects of someone making decisions for you is inlolerable today Avoid the problem. Keep on top of your responsibilities. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) "Don't Volunteer" is an axiom known to every present and former Gl. Today you might and wished you hadn'l. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Treat warmly those you meet for the first time today. Unless they sense your feelings are genuine, there may not be a second meeting. LEO (July 23-Aug.y«2) Doing anyfhing contrary to your usual conduct may upset one who holds you in high regard. Stick to your script. Preserve your image. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) It looks like you may not have profited from experience, by repeating a mistake. Try to remember this time so you won't have to learn il again LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) If someone's managing something of value for you today, be doubly sure you know what they're doing, or you'll have to cover their mistakes SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Stick to your word if you've promised your mate you would do something today, even though if may inconvenience you. It will be easier. Mary Tyler Moore 10 Bewitched 5 6:30 MacNeH-Lehrer Report 2-9 Bewitched 3 Brady Bunch 4 Cross-Wits e Adam-12 5.7 Andy Griffith 10-12 Hogan's Heroes (Ml 7:00 Evening at Symphony 2-9 Happy Days 3-7-10 Chuck Ban-is 4-6 Fltzpatricks H-12 Gun smoke 5 7:30 Lavemeit Shirley 3-7-10 Doris Day 8 8:00 Three's Company 3-7-10 Oral Roberta Christmas Special 4 Laugh-In 6 Mash 11-12 My Three Sons 5 700 Club 8 8:30 Christmas Card From Aetn 2-9 Fish 3.7 Ge Theater 11-12 Odd Couple 10 Beverly Hillbillies 5 9:00 Greenpeace: Voyages To Save the Whale 2-9 Soap 3-7-10 NBC Reports 4-6 Movie 5 "GodspeU" 9:30 Practical Christian 8 10:00 DickCavett 2-9 News 3-4-6-10-11-12 ALMANAC'S Cfc&A 5 8 5 2-9 3-io 4-6 7 11-12 8 2-9 8 5 8 4-6 11-12 5 5 1 . Which animal is faster on its feet, the giraffe or the grizzly bear? 2. The capital of Burma is (a) Mandalay (b) Dacca (c) Rangoon 3. The long-playing record is about 45 years old, True- False ANSWERS -ui pjooaj uidJ e 'C (o) 'Z 4dui 08 -SA qdui Dwight Thompson 10:15 Movie Continued 10:30 ABCN'ews Movie "Hey I'm Alive" Johnny Cars on Gunsrnoke Movie "Norwood" Lucy 11:00 Principles of Real Estate Green Acres Movie Eleven "Bedazzled" 11:30 Movie "Hey, I'm Alive" Life of Riley 12:00 Tomorrow 12:25 Kojak 12:45 Nightwatch News 1:00 Meditations-Sign Off Wednesday Morning 6:00 PTLClub Rise and Shine CBS News Ross Bagley Show 6:20 Your Pastor 6:25 Lone Ranger 6:30 Archies 6:35 Meditations 6:40 Morning Report 6:45R.F.D.6 6:55 4 Your Information 7:00 Good Morning America Today CBS News Captain Kangaroo Heckle & Jeckle Slam Bang Theatre 7:30 Mighty Mouse 8:00 Good Morning Arkansas Captain Kangaroo Dinah! Comedy Capers Deputy Dawg 8:30 Big Valley Dusty's Treehouae Little Rascals 9:00 Merv Griff in Sanford&Son Price Is Right Dinah! Phil Donahue Leave It To Beaver The 700 Club 9:30 Holly Squares Edge of Night That Girl 3-7 10 11 8 12 4 12 5 5 6 4 3-7-10 4-6 12 11 8 5 8 7 12 ll 5 8 7 5 8 3 4-6 12 10 11 5 8 4-6 7 5 10:00 Wheel Of Fortune 4-6 Happy Days 7-10 Match Gam,.' 12 Cross-Wits ll The F.B.I. 5 10:30 Family Feud 3-7-10 Knockout 4-6 Love of Life 11-12 The Rock 8 10:55 CBS News 11-12 11:00 The Better Sex 3-7-10 To Say The Least 4-6 Young and the Restless 11-12 Ironside 5 Charisma 5 11:30 News 3 Gong Show 4-6 Ryan's Hope 7-10 Search For Tomorrow 11-12 Big Valley 8 Afternoon 12:00 All My Children 3-7-10 Little Rock Today 4 News 6-11-12 Metroplex Noon News 5 12:30 Days of our Lives 4-6 As the World Turns 11-12 The Archies 5 1:00 $20,000 Pyramid 3-7-10 Afternoon Movie 5 "A Guide For The Married Man" Marcus Welby, M.D. 8 1:30 One Life to Live 3-7-10 Doctors 4-6 Guiding Light 11-12 Andy Griffith 8 2:00 Another World 4-fl All in the Family 11-12 Dennis the Menace 8 2:15 General Hospital 3-7-10 2:30 All in the Family 11-12 Popeye & Bugs Hour 8 3:00 Edgeof Night 3-10 Marcus Welby, M.D. 4 For Richer, For Poorer 6 Popeye & Friends 5-7 Tattletales 11-12 3:30 Electric Company 2-9 Three Stooges 3 Our Gang 6 Bozo's Big Top 7 TheFlintstones 5-8 I Love Lucy 10 Porky Pig n I Love Lucy 10-12 4:00 Mister Rogers 2-9 Star Trek 3 Bewitched 4 Leave It To Beaver 6 Star Trek 34 New Mickey Mouse Club 7 Dick Van Dyke 10 Ministers ll Gunsmoke 12 4:40 Zoom 2-9 Emergency One 4 Cr.ligan's Island 6 Andy Griffith 7 Hogan's Heroes 10 Gilligan's Island 5-6 Wild, Wild West n Brady Bunch 8 5:00 Sesame Street 2-9 Odd Couple 3 My Three Sons 6 News 7-10-12 5:30 News 3-4-6-7-10-11-12 Night 6:00 Over Easy 2-9 News MaryTyler Moore Bewitched 6:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report Bewitched Brady Bunch Cross-Wits Adam-12 Andy Griffith Hogan's Heroes 7:00 In Performance At Wolf Trap Eight Is Enough Grizzly Adams Good Times Gunsmoke Gomer Pyle 7:30 Szyznyk Doris Day 8:00 Dance in America Charlie's Angels Black Sheep Squadron Movie "Mad Bull" My Three Sons 700 Club 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies 9:00 Baretta Policewoman Movie "Spartacus" 9:30 Book Beat The Rock 10:00 DickCavett 3-4-6-11-12 News Metroplex News Gospel Crusade 10:15 Movie Continued 10:30 ABC News Starsky& Hutch Johnny Cars on Gunsmoke Hawaii Five-O Lucy 11:00 Pro Soccer Green Acres 11:30 Starsky& Hutch Life of Riley 11:40 Mystery of the Week 3-10 Kojak 1M2 12:00 Tomorrow 4-S 12:30 Nightwatch News 5 12:40 Mystery of the Week 7 12:45 Meditations-Sign Off 5 10 5 2-9 3 4 6 5-7 10-12 11 2-9 3-7-10 4-6 11-12 5 8 11-12 8 2-9 3-7-10 4-6 11-12 5 8 5 3-7-10 4-6 5 2-9 8 2-9 3-4-6-7-10-11-12 5 8 5 2-9 3-10 4-6 7 11-12 8 2-9 8 7 8 the Rovolutionory Wnr booan. '»u re imeiy to be very easily you It will be easier atrj -SA u.dui ze 'ajjBjio "i ™ e ~ , ' B " 1 ' «:W Ztoom 2-9 1^:40 Mystery of the Week 7 rhatGirl 5 Emergency One 4 12:45 Meditations-Sign Off 5 r^SS^r^r^r^ 3 ^^^^^^ 5 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ IKaESJHSl UMJ* $1 ril /^ST\nSS»1 nx^l rz^Z^ r=Z3r=rr*rr^zri r-mrr-r-i n I OVERTURES SEMI-ANNUAL SALE ONE BIG GROUP LADIES DRESS BOOTS 50% GIRLS EARTH SHOES AND JEAN SHOES ACME BOOTS (BIG GROUP) 30% BIG GROUP OF RACK SHOES (500 PAIR) OOFF •nm NO EXCHANGE OR REFUNDS ••••• SANDALS YOUNG DRESSY STYLES WERE$21.99 NOW OUR WAY OF SAYING "MERRY CHRISTMAS" TO YOU ^ SAVE AT THE STORE THAT HAS TIME FOR YOU HAVE FUN AND SAVE YOUNG STYLES HIGH HEELS REG.$26.99 NOW *13 90 WOW VALUES GIRLS & TEEN SCHOOL SHOES OVER 600 PAIR 90 UNBEATABLE BUYS! LADIES DRESS REG.J16.99 REG.$17.99 REG. $22.99 90 WEDGES WERE $21.99 ONE GROUP PUMA 50 REG. $25.99 NOW SAVE BIG *10 90 SAVE $11.90 SHOPPER STOPPERS! GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE GIVE TO THE LADY, LET HER BUY SALE SHOES SAVE-SAVE AND LET HER HAVE FUN-FUN PICKING HER OWN thelrd is Out! SAVE 29% ON DICKS CUSTOM SHIRTS FOR CHRISTMAS MARKED DOWN OVER 200 PRINTS TO CHOOSE FROM EXPRESS YOURSELF WITH A SHIRT. DICK WILL PRINT ANYTHINGI PRICES INCLUDE TRANTER OR NAME CHRISTMAS SILVER & GOLD SHOES ON SALE WERE $16.99 GET THEM EARLY AND WEAR THEM TO ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTIES

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