December 21. 1977 elevision Logs Wednesday Night 00 Over Easy News Mary Tyler Moore Bewitched 30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report Bewitched Brady Bunch Cross-Wits Adam-12 Andy Griffith Kogan's Heroes :00 In Performance At Wolf Trap Eight Is Enough Grizzly Adams Good Times Gun smoke GomerPyle :30 Szyznyk Doris Day -.00 Dance in America Charlie's Angel? ^ Black Sheep ti Squadron % Movie f> "Mad Bull" |; My Three Sons £ 700 Club ! \ 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies $ 9:00 Baretta Police Woman Movie "Spartacus" 1 9:30 Book Beat The Rock ,10:00 DickCavett 2-9 3-4-6-11-12 News MO ' 10 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 10 5 2-9 3 4 6 5.7 10-12 n 2-9 3-7-10 4-6 H-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 6: Metroplex News Gospel Crusade :15 Movie Continued :30 ABC News Starskyfc Hutch Johnny Cars on Gunsmoke Hawaii Five-0 Lucy :00 Pro Soccer Green Acres :30 Starskyfc Hutch Ufe of Riley 8 : 40 Mystery of the Week 3-10 Kojak 11-12 :00 Tomorrow 4-6 :30 Nightwatch News 5 : 40 Mystery of the Week 7 : 45 Meditations-Sign Off 5 Thursday :>«;« M orning , ., ^ 00 PTLClub 3-7 Rise and Shine W CBS News 11 Ross Bagiey Show 8 6:20 Your Pastor 12 6:25 lane Ranger 4 6:30 Archies 12 6:35 Meditations 5 6:40 Morning Report 5 6:45 R.F.D.6 6 6:56 4 Your Information 4 7:00 Good Morning America 3-7-10 Today 4-6 CBS News 12 Captain Kangaroo 11 Heckle &Jeckle 8 Slam Bang Theatre 5 7:30 Mighty Mouse 8 8:00 Good Morning Arkansas 7 Captain Kan gar oo 12 Dinah! 11 Comedy Capers 5 Deputy Dawg 8 8:30 Big Valley 7 Dusty's Treehouse 5 Little Rascals 8 9:00 Merv Griffin 3 Sanford&Son 4-6 Price Is Right 12 Dinah! 10 Phil Donahue 11 Leave It To Beaver 5 The 700 Club 8 9:30 Holly Squares 4-6 Edge of Night 7 That Girl 5 10:00 Wheel Of Fortune 4-6 Happy Days 7-10 Match Game 12 Cross-Wits 11 The F.B.I. 5 10:30 FamilyFeud 3-7-10 Knockout 4-6 Love of Life 11-12 Life in the Spirit 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 This is the Life 8 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 $e..w.s 5 ; 12:30 Days of burtjves 4-6' As the World Turns 11-12 HEALTH Lawrence E. Lamb, M.D. Providing potassium Ry r^awrenoe I>amb, M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB — Several years ago, I believe I rearl in one of your columns that a person should take potassium if he took a diuretic because diuretics deplete the potassium supply in one's system. My mother recently moved and has a new doctor. She is 76 years old. She was tnking several medications since she has gallstones, a heart condition, and arthritis. The doctor gave !»-r I.asix (furosemide) for the swelling of her feet and ankles, but took away her potassium. I am concerned about this, and would appreciate your comments. DEC A R READER — Lasix is ,i potent diuretic and must be used with caution in older people in particular. It is ca.'-y to remove too much s;ilt and water causing a person to be dehydrated and to upset the chemical balance. Tliis is equally true of most of the potent antidi- nretics. It is an excellent medicine to remove excess fluid. It works by increasing the elimination of sodium. The sodium retention is responsible for the excess fluid retention. It does increase the loss of potassium as well. i he doctor may have removed the potassium be' .uise certain potassium pjll.s (enteric coated pills) in combination with diuretics have been shown to cause uleeration and bleeding from the small intestine in some patients. That doesn't mean your mother doesn't need potassium. If she has any increased loss of potassium with the I-asix action, she will indeed need more potassium. The Physicians' Desk Reference that details all the current drugs specifically recommends a liquid potassium supplement if one is needed because of potassium depletion when taking Lasix. A good way to solve this problem is to include foods that contain lots of potassium in the diet. I would recommend at least a couple of 8-ounce glasses of orange juice a day to provide potassium that will not affect the small intestine in any way and may protect your mother. Fresh fruits are a good source of potassium. The only precaution one need follow here is that if a person has badly diseased kidneys that are not forming urine, then potassium needs to be restricted. That is quite rare compared to the number of people who need additional potassium when taking a diuretic. DEAR DR. LAMB — Will X rays show the clot in the leg if you have thrombophle- bitis? DEAR READER -- Ordinary X rays show only shadows for soft-tissue masses and you cannot see arteries and veins. That is why doctors inject an opaque dye into the circulation. If there is a clot in the leg vein and it obstructs the vein, it will not fill completely with the dye. The filling defect may identify the location of the obstruction, which in the case of a vein may be a clot. An obstruction in an artery may be from the build up of fatty-cholesterol deposit. We are in the middle of the cold and flu season. Readers who want information on these problems can send 50 cents for each for The Health Letters number 3-1, The Cold, Flu Group; or 3-2 Colds and Flu Group, Prevention and Treatment. Send your request to Dr. Lamb with a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. INKWSI'APKK KNTKKPK1SK ASSN.) 5 1:00 $20.<XH) Pyramid 3-7-10 Afternoon Movie 5 "In Search of Gregory" Marcus Welby. 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Hotter 3-7-10 Movie 4 "How Sweet It Is" Chips 6 Waltons 11-12 (iomer P>lc ft 7 .w Kaleidoscopr 2-9 What's Happening .'71ft Doris Day 8 8 tXi A Child's Christmas In Wales 2-9 Barney Miller 3-7-10 .lames At 15 6 Oral Roberts 5 700 Club 8 8 30 Carter Country' 3-10 Focus: Education and Small Colleges 7 9.00 Can dele ight Service At Hemtrix College 2-9 ReddFoxx 3-7-10 Class of '65 4 Pago Mnr Roberts Christmas Special 6 Barnnby Jones 11-12 9 30 Manna 8 10:00 DickCavett 2-9 News 3-467-10-11-12 Metroplex News Melodyland 10:15 Movie Continued 10:30 ABC News Police Story Johnny Cars on Gunsnwke Movie "Eagles over Hall of Fame Football Classic "Maryland vs. Minn." 5 8 5 2-9 3-10 4-« 7 il-u lx>ndon" SHOP HOWARD'S AND SAVE! SMITH'S mCRRV ISCOUNT CENTER HWY. 4 NORTH-HOPE, ARK. OPEN9AM-9PM PRICES GOOD THRU SAT. DEC. 24th 510 STOCK UP ON VALUE SAVING TOYS... AT HOWARD'S! 515 — GAMES choice of "Jack Et The Beanstalk" & Pan". Great family games. Challengmg Your "Peter for all ages. YOUR CHOICE- 'II! 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