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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE HERAID Tuoidoy, Apiil 11, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON V ii n r toil.iy: Ojiujs j tlrivi? for progress in holier siaiid- iinls iii diiee- tiona. Your abilities must cni-.u1 ii.lo full I'SL1. Si-nlimen- ;nu( nmumde interests of- ten coniplifatii your career cffo: t, ix'cvl freijiicut .special tloi'isions. It's ;i busy yew Ini! a Uk-ky nni? Today's na- livo ;uo ready work- ers with tho toward can- dor in [loisonal expressions. Alllirs (.March 21-April Tlip i-vai'di for hnnnony should (ill your cKiy as you gel, rou- tinp-s so-tiled. You may Imve to I ravel farther Ihnn normal get an extra favor. tlier expansion. Care with and out the details. Bright tails pins well. Home life in- brance. chutes surprises. SAllirVAHlUS (Nov. cleared of encum- ideas arrive. CAXCUll (.lune Hi-July ?2> Put your minri oti business now and get on with it. Romance seems out ot the question until you make cliaiiges and h.tve now resolutions. LEO (.inly Seek added resources for work. 1'co- jile loud lo cooperate more but ask them simply and early enough lo resorve time. VIHCiO (Aug. Don'l mind the small gaps; pick up with what you have and go ahead confidence. The competition is not well put to- Sol a new reserve ac gether. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Ocl. I'D: TAi.'HL'S (April 20-Moy Merely going along with those Your persuasive powers are; you love brings subtle but rear peak, ?o present your I great results. Today's under- pins for approval. Celebrate 1 standing provides belter future the later hours with loved ones, f resources. GF.MINI (May 21-June SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Deals can be papaers Present your progress in its signed now better results best lighl, leaving room for fur- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Gallbladder disease common, problem (Jan. Hobbies and sidelines offer an excellent way to attract peo- an investmenT for ihc i Ple can llclP, >'ou aMcvc future, romance beckons for I "'come and security. Ihe eligible. (Dec. 22-Jan. PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcll Realistic enterprises pick up j momentum. Wherever the wav Go all out fo do your best is dcarj go as for home and family. I'i operly agreed and hope for Ihe besl. be improved, supplement-1 O3ri: By The Cliicago Tribune) Dear Dr. Lamb I would like your comment on the gall- bladder. I am told from x-rays that I have small stones and gi-avel. What about the com- that doesn't empty mon duct out as it should? I am on a gallbladder diet. It seems I have a full feeling at the base of my right ribs most of the limp, especially if I am a little nervous, and sometimes I hurt in my back. Can those ever be dissolved? Would you advise mnre than one doctor's opinion bel'oie any operation? Dear Reader Gallbladder disease is a very common problem. An old medical aph- orism says that it is found irj people who are "fair, fat, forty and four." referring to middle- aged women will: four chil- dren. This isn't always true, since it also occurs in men and can occur at almost any age. Gallstones are made of chol- esterol manufactured by the bile and bile pigment that gives bile its color. There are several combinations of these tbat can make different kinds of gallstones. Bile is found In the liver cells and collected In thousands of tiny lubules that actually! the problem isn't solved that bladder can be ejected by the contraction of tbe bladder and pass down its fork of the "Y" entering Uic common duct and into the intestine. Thus, (he gallbladder is really a storage reservr.ir and that is all. A stone can lodge in the duct coming directly from the gall- bladder and just block off the gallbladder Itself or a stone can pass down to (he common rluct and actually block ofl the drainage from the liver a n r] gallbladder both. This can cause severe pain and even jaundice. The bile enters the Intestine and aids digestion, particularly of fatty foods. When there is In- adequate bile flow into the in- testine, it is more difficult to digest fatly foods, hence, peo- ple with gallbladder disease often have intolerance to fatly foods. This forms gas and pain and results in indigestion. Thus, (here are good reasons for tho types of symptoms you are complaining of. Occasionally, small stones will pass on their own and re- lieve the problem, but more often than not there arc a large? Uranus myslery Andy sends a complete 22- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to M a 11 h e w Neighbors, 11. of Skia- took, Oklahoma, for is ques- tion: How m a n y satellites has Uranus? It is safe (o sny that Mars has two. ar.d only two, junior- sized satellites. Nobody expect- ed our probinc spacecraft to find any more, though its close- jf these Martian moons uere wondrous lo be- hold. It is safe lo say that Venus has no moons at ail and nobody oxpecls to find one or- biting little Mercury. However, we cannot at this lime an- Ihe exact number of satellites that belong to Uranus because more may be discov- ered in the near future. Uranus is barely visible If you have sharp eyes and know just where to look. The biR planet is way out there beyond the orbit of Saturn and the closest it comes to us is about 1.700 million miles. Its average distance from Ihe sun is million miles and it takes B4 earth years to complete each of yearly orbits. Tlie five closer planets are clearly vis- ible. They discovered, named and charted in antiqiu- ly. But Uranus had to wait [or the invention ol Ihe lelescopc and more especially for aslron- omers capable of computing ils whereabouts. It was introduced lo the ivorld in 1781. with much fanfare. Six years later it made more head- lines, when astronomers dis- covered that the bit; plnnet bad two satellites. After some de- bate. Uranus was named for the Greek god of Ihe heavens. The newly found satellites were named for the king and queen of fairyland. Oberon orbits its parent planet once every 13 THAT'S FWASlY NEED A TcUNU? ACWALLV, FOUR OR five soo TETANlK 5M (JELL, LOOKS LIKE TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan WHEREV YOU GET THE CO'A'TOY LOTSA LUCK? begin within the ceil. These connect to form larger tubes and finally tho large bile tube (duct) that comes out of thp liver. The bile duct gives off a Bide duct wliich leads to tho small, round gallbladder. Tha main bile rluct from the liver with the side duct to the gall- bladder forms a "Y" fork. Bile, manufactured the liver. comes down one fork of the "Y" and goes up Ihe other fork into the gallbladder. Both forks of the "Y" join together into a common duct, Ihe stem of the ''Y'' which empties di- rectly into the small intestine, of the "Y" duct and through Lhc common duct directly into the intestine, or the bile which has been slored in the gall- number of small stones anri days, 11 hours and seven min- utes at an average distance of 3H.OOO miles. Tilania's orbit is miles from Uranus and simply. They are not readily dissolved and probably the best course for gallstones Is surgi- cal removal, providing the patient's health otherwise will permit it. There are some re- cent studies suggesting that some stones can be dissolved; however, this work is still too (o recommend its gen- eral use as yet. It Is a good idea lo have the opinions of two doctors before an operation. You should have a family physician and, if you have a problem that requires surgery, let him refer you to a surgeon. The two of Ihem can decide whether surgery is jus- tified in a given case. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) it lakes eight days and almost 17 hours lo travel around Its diameter is estimated lo be about miles, perhaps 100 miles or so wider than that of Ihc fairy king. In 1851, the Uranus family of known satellites increased to four and the newcomers were named for a couple of mythological sprites. Both arc closer to the planet. Ariel com pletes ils orbit in about days, at a distance of IID.OOC miles. Its diameter is estimatec to be about (iOO miles. Umbrie1 completes its orbit in about four days and hours at a riis tance of 1GE.OOO miles nnc seems to be about 400 miles wide. Until 1MB, many observers boldly staled that Uranus has (our satellites when (hey should have said four known satellites. Then Miranda was discovered, a satellite sd small thai astronomers have not es- timated ils diameter. This little moon 13 only fil.OOO miles from Urnmis and lakes only one day. nine hours and 55 minutes to orbit mound its big parent planet. In telescopic pictures, these five satellites all appear fairly close lo Uranus and the four larger ones look very bright. Little Miranda is a dim small blur, almost lost in the glow of the planet. Ure may discover (hat Uranus has still other outer satellites. This news may be relayed home during (he next decade, when our space probes take their Grand Tours past Uranus and the other dis- tant planets. Questions asiiea ui chlMien of Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Box r'65, Iluntinglan Beacii, California 926-18. (Copyright Chronicle) lubiishing Co. 19721 BLONDIE-By Chic Young WHO TOOX TMATUAST OF CWDCC-ATt CAKE THAT U'Aff FOR. MYSELF BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAHLES H. GOREN North- South Eoutb. deals. NORTH A V 93 O 1C Cl J 8 6 J, A g 0 5 3 WEST 52 V K Q G 1 O 0 7 5 1 EAST A J'JGI V A J 10 8 O M 2 SOUTH A K Q 10 8 1 3 O 752