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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L6THBKIDGE HERAID Frid-y, Nnvgmbir 10, 1975 LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. i Fads about prostate surgery Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON SATL'ltDAY. NOV. II VI1UJO (Aug. 211 Sept. Your lii r tli day liMlav: Ventures run head-on into dilfi- Brings in a year beyond iill cully, delay. Use ycur ingenu- prcvious plans, full of diver- ity M work out an alternate si ons, experiments, people. pidhwav. Switch programs for .......the ircck-emj. UI1I1A 211 Oct. Von have potential special favor, promises of support, but we'' enough alone wherever Collect all ihat's' coming' lo you I Don'1 nlsh- ._ _ n-i abrupt in long-stable relations. Today's natives are usually well-liked, Ilirivc bel- ter far from birthplaces. AltlES (March Dear Dr. Liunl) Arc lime many people have proilaiir sur- wc methods for su-gevy lor' gen- without it. removal of liie pros-. Another common method of ate gland one wilii an irri-i removing Ihe prostate is ;alion channel through lhe alv through an incision above the I SCOIU'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. 211: lomuial ivall with a hple in the boiie and Ihen hy di-ect! cjdenis require lime lo Take advantage of probable in- iladder and another with two- surgical means the prostate is u.ju, conlradictory opini- i lerruplions tn ask questions, iv catheter (on? cdmiitJng ii- removed from ils location al Ilic Ojls learn why formal or official nf the bladder. TAUUl'S (April 20-May matters go as they do. Almost any group effort en SAGITTARIUS (Nov. J2-Dcc. Dear Dr. l.amli I have counters discussion, bickering, j Your approach to money started expecting loojanl its applications is strewn icglecling Ihe needs of with uncYjc optimism, impraeli- cal ideas. Acquaintances are GEMINI (.May not much help. Your resource1; aren't enough for some of today's well-offered TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tern K. Ryan rigaling water and the other .ube draining as a regular cath- If so what are ihe rea- ................___ sons one is preferred ove.- the several" people iiave j Vou'v: lold me of articles CKicernin" i much. Dear Rrailrr You are real- in w'nicb tte arlirle others diffe'enl sijied dial i[ is possible for GE WWI THIS IS SOME IVRITE-UP THE PAPER SAVE EPIC ON HISTOWCCO PROWESS! YOU'VE SOT A CeLBPRlTY HORSE ON YOUR ly describing livo operations, both of which arc common in individuals who have prosiale gland problems. The prostate gland is located at the outlet of the bladder and when il enlarges too much it can shut off the [low of urine. Sometimes, because of the de- gree of obstruction and prol> lems which result, it is neces- sary lo drain (he ovtrr-ciisieml- e''i bladder through a lube which is inscrk'd into (he ab- dominal wall directly into lhe bladder. This ope 'ation is call- ed a cystotomy. It allows free drainage and helps get Ihe patient ready for proslate sur Tbe bladder can lie d.-ained by gallstones to be dissolved b y treatment. Thus, it would not be necessary to have surgical removal of lhe eaUb'adder. fan you gke me any information on this? Dear Header Yes. Ihere have been several reports on The experimental ivork dore dt lhe Mayo Clinic, but I would have lo ;'.dd that il is still in the cxperimsn- j tr.t stages and allhough early i studies have shown that gall- sterns cnn be dissolved, liiis duesn't mean that everybody who has gallstones will he a candidate fo- sticli Ircalmenl. Sometimes gallEloccs arc caused because ihe gallbladder peculations. Leave loved ones space for several changes of mind. CA.VC'KI! (.Juno 21-July Endless rouiic.''i of conversation settle little or nothing. Doing essential chores quietly estab- lishes a context which will contain differences. (July Aug. Pride leads you into taking on (Due. 22-Jan. Squabbles arise over al- mosl any liltle gesture, can go lo quarrels if you let them, Show your most peaceful side. AOU.AItllS (Jan. 21) First see that you expect loo much, on too short notice. Then sock a more direct ap- preach involving fewer psopis, PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcli Fresh contacts inspire re-lhuik- ir.g of old schemes, basic HAS THE NOTORIFT, AFFECTEP HIM ANY? .ft-. more Ihan you can manage. changes which open previously nobody passing a catheler through the is diseased to start with and urethra unless there is too much in Ihese instances the diseased of an obstruction and in this gallbladder is the main prob- case s cystotomy has to be Icm. T think it Ls loo c-arlv vet used, lo oiler any Probably Ihe mc-st common about this form of It of p.'ostale surgery today should Ire considered a.s in (lie is through a specialized device exoerimenlal stages and hope- passed just like a catheter lo will be heluful al to the region of the prostate and some people with gallstones, then portions of the prostate are removed v.-jlh an eleclio- cautery and the pieces irri- gated out through Ihe tube nith salt water. Thereafter in Ihe post-operative period lhe cathe- ter is left in place to be used for irrigating out clots that have occurred because of the opera- tion and to provide drainage. Once, adequate is es- Tte rest of the weekend is dtcnlvigling yourself from results. L.3. closed doors. Finance but yourself today! 1372 By The Chicago Tribune Earth-moon mass sends a complete 20- volume set of Ibe Merit Siu- drals Encyclopedia tn David Terrazas, age 11, of Tucson, Arizona, for his queslion: WhaL is Ilic carlli mnnli mnss UHUfi COL'USE SASKATOON Pass Pass Pass. Pass Pass Opening lead: Jack of A slight error in timing by South led to the defeat of his slam contract. The first three bids were routine. South's two heart rcbid, known to the trade as a reverse, is a st rcriglh showing call inasmuch as il forces partner into the three level lo show a mere pref- erence for diamonds. North's decision to support diamonds instead of rehidding no irump was, perhaps, not judged in view of his completely even distribution Observe thai, if he held a dnublelon heart and three diamonds, the pros- pects for the slam contract would have been considera- bly improved. When Korlh apparently confirmed a fit. by jumping to four diamonds. South pro- ceeded to a small slam after first checking for aces find kings. West opened Uie jack or flubs and the ace was played from dummy, so that declarer could try the heart finesse. When his queen held the trick, lie drew two rounds of frumps, and fol- Imvcd up by playing lhe ace anrf another heart. Had hearts divided three, his trouble? would have been over. If the suit was four-two, he hoped lhat an unobservant defender might permil him to niff a heart with Worth's remain- ing trump. East was in with (he third heart, and having kept a careful count of that suit, he promptly relumed nine of diamonds to prevent the heart ruff. He eventually look the setting trick with the king of liearls. As lhe cards lay. South cnn land his contract, for careful timing will enable him to ruff out his fourth heart without casualty. Inas- much as one heart trick must be surrendered in any case, it is suggested that de- clarer concede a trick in the suit at once by leading a small heart at trick two, and playing the deuce from hand West is in with Ihe jack and if he returns a diamond, Snulh wins with the king, crosses oier fo Ihe king of spades and the h e. a r I finesse. When the queen holds, he naw draws a second round ot trump and follows this up by cashing lhe ace of hearts. Weal has no more hearts, but he is also out of diamonds. .South, Iherefnrr. is able to trump his last heart with the seven of diamond.' as East help- Icssly lollti'.vs suM. Kcst.'s re- maining trump is extracted a momcm ialer. Observe dint declarer risks nothing by permitting one [rump to remain out- standing while he goes about his chores in the heart suit for, if lhe player who has the riouhlctnn heart holds Ihe third diamond, then the contract is destined to fail. filing we ahn want to know. We learn about Ihe motions1 o! the moon in easy stages. At 1 first we picture a diagram lo comnare ils size (he earlli rnd eras? Ihe distance between them. i Later, we may cope with a; three dimensional model and j shift the pieces to see how Ihe moon orbils Ih? earth while I both of them orbit the sun. We I get the basic idea, but it is pili- j fully over simplified, ft ig- j nores a whole packaye of vari- j ations in the moon's path. II does not explain that the earth- moon system works as a unit, or how the two are linked to- i gclher The key word is mass, which is weight with a college Mass is the amount of matter, or material, packed into a given space, or volume. The mass of 8 heavenly body has a cenler around which all the matter is equally distributed. The earth's mass cer.ter is almost 4.000 miles below Ihe global surface. The mom's is miles below iis surface. Astronomers figure distances between the mass centers of two bodies. This adds ii.043 miles to earth-lunar sur- face landings, bul we need il lo figure Ibeir gravitational link- age. Gravity is related lo mass. ILs force extends outward from 1 the center and gets weaker with distance at a ratio. The earth ar.d moon pull al each nlher hut this force is nff ct by lhe spin of rotation. The pat- j lern of their system is related i to mass, motion and distance. It somewbal resembles a .vcc- saw that alio makes circles.. I Identical twins can balance an ordinary seesaw when euch is same disjanre frnm the pivot. If one is replaced by big 1 brother, he tips down his cnc' WT SHOT 7H4T UUif TUti OLD offiM vf KxifO> OH Tiiftt mr HILP iis HP tup WOK m tun f IF YA T'SET ANYWHERE WITH YEK CORWET I IN V PUBLIC: LEARN ON, PLAY! THOSE CLUCKS ARB WAIT1N' PER A BUS... THEY CAN'T ;