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PAGE 4 AUGUST, 2004 WE ALWAYS HAVE DEALS FOR THE WORKING MAN AND WOMAN! More women are opting for C-sections CLARENDON, ABERNATHY, TEXAS WASHINGTON (AP) So critics insist C- right thing to do," --Doctors reassured sections require a said Rosenberg, 38, Randi Rosenberg compelling medical whose daughter there was no reason reason. Alexandra Marais to fear natural Proponents of was born June 8. childbirth. She so elective C-sections Years ago, wanted to skip labor say the worst risks Rosenberg had with her first baby are extremely rare, surgery to remove a that she switched especially in a fibroid. Now she doctors to get an healthy, rested feared that pushing elective Caesarean woman and that during natural section, vaginal birth has its childbirth could It's still very rare own problems, rupture her uterus. but more expectant including a possible Moritz and another mothers seem to be but unproven higher doctor said the old choosing C-sections risk of incontinence scar wasn't a threat, even when there's no from vaginal tears or but she wasn't clear medical need. use of forceps. They convinced. And the So says a new say fu!ly informed convenience of study that estimates women should be knowing when to some 80,000 women able to choose, temporarily close her had preplanned, "Most doctors, business added to elective C-sections in when they are being the allure of a 2002, up from an honest ... recognize planned C-section. estimate of just there are cases to be "There are lifestyle under 63,000 the year made for both sides considerations on before. -- and also recognize top of the health That's a tiny that the question considerations," she fraction of the hasn't been studied says. "In the end, nation's 4 million in a way that permits you have to make the births. The numbers anyone to know for decision that fits are stirring a major certain what the best your life.' debate among course is," says Dr. Rosenberg seems obstetricians who for Jeffrey Ecker, a typical of the years have been Massachusetts fledgling trend: urged to lower the General Hospital Women getting overall number of h i g h - r i s k elective C-sections Caesareans they obstetrician, are usually over 35, perform. In 2002, C- He co-wrote recent more affluent, and sections accounted ethics guidelines for planning only one for 26.1 percent of all the American child, says Dr. births, a record high. College of Samantha Collier of Caesareans can be Obstetricians and HealthGrades, a life- or health-saving Gynecologists to D e n v e r - b a s e d for many mothers help doctors company thatstudies and babies. Fetal determine how to health care quality. distress, breech weigh the pros and HealthGrades babies, twins or cons with interested culled insurance more, or diseases patients, and when claims from 16 states, that make labor risky to refer them to covering half the for the mother can all another physician, nation's deliveries, in be important reasons "This is surgery, estimating first-time, to haveone, this is not getting preplanned C- It's major your nails done," sections without a abdominal surgery adds Dr. Jacques qlear medical that still carries some Moritz of St. Luke's- indication. They serious, occasionally Roosevelt Hospital in accounted for 2.2 life-threatening, side New York. percent of deliveries effects: hemorrhage, He performs some in 2002, a 25 percent infection, blood clots, elective C-sections, increase in three Possibly more i n c 1 u d i n g years, the study says. important, one C- Rosenberg's, but Isn't increased cost section brings even makes women a barrier? Not more risks to future debate the options, necessarily, Moritz pregnancies. "It felt like the says. C-sections usually cost more because of an extra day or two in the hospital. Many women spend so long laboring in the hospital before a vaginal delivery that they can cost as much in extra nursing care and pain relief, he says. So what should women consider? --Discuss your delivery concerns, Ecker says, because they might be addressed without surgery. Labor pain can be controlled. As for incontinence, some research suggests simply being pregnant raises that risk. --Think seriously about future children. One C- section "may doom you for life to have repetitive C- sections," each one riskier, Moritz cautions. --Seek information on delivery methods. Moritz recommends a new consumer brochure from the nonprofit Maternity Center Association. 9 used mobile homes for sale. All in need of repairs. 1st $20,000 take all Call 800- 830 3515 Call our 24 hour hotline to see if you qualify for a home loan. 800-375-8739 1st time homebuyer or single parent program. E Z financing 888-539-7780 Good job, rental history, car note, 2 out of 3 will put you in a home. We qualify ev- eryone. Good, bad, or no credit. 800-830-3515 Brand new 16 wide 3+2. Just 1100 down, 197.28 monthly, save thousands. 800-830-i 3515 Se Habla EspanoL **20800 to finance, 9.75 APR, 240 months. W.A.C. Brand new 28x80 4+2. Just 2500 down, 372.90 monthly, save thousands. 888-539- 7780"47400to finance, 8,75 APR, 360 months. W.A.C. 1992 98 Oldsmobile Elite Edition, bronze, 116K, all power, 3800 YS, Immacu- late condition, leather inte- rior. $3,000 1985 Dodge PU 1/2T Cus- tom, 318, pwr steering, long box, tool box, good tires, clean body. $1,500 OBO 296-0136 leave message 230+ TX PROPERTIES FEATURED LOCALLY... s 1305 Ave J, Abernathy, 3br/2ba, 1642sf. For local info call Francis Stephens, Mcdougal Rltrs, 806-793-0703. = 900 S Main St, Floyada, 3br/lba, 1401sf. For local info call Jeromy Rutledge at 806-687-7355. These two homes will sell from 1305 Ave J in Abernathy on Men, Aug 9th at 4pm. Open house 8/7 & 8 from 1-3pro. Call for detailsl FOR A FREE AUCTION BROCHURE WITH TERMS & CONDITIONS, CALL 1-800-441-9401 SON& M00aSNt I AMERICA'S AUCTION AUTHORITIES Ask About Our Broker Participation Program www.hudsonandmarshall.com 10% iersonal or business check or cash down. 5% buy.er's...premium on each sale. Pat Harvill BroKer #0380534 TheA0ernamv t Weekly Review LaJl 298.2033, CALL YOUR LOCAl, NEWSPAPER AND ADVERTISE TODAY! PLAINVIEW, TEXAS the Fall 2004 lo 12 University and enrollment information, Contact: Dr. Ann Stute$, Director, 806291-1065 stutesa@wbu.edu THE WEST TEXAS I;ouNTI • REAL ESTATE • NEAT TWO BEDROOM, one bath brick home. At- tached garage, freshly painted, 15 years old. 402 Pratt, Claude. $55,000. 806-226-5591. FOR SALE: 913 W. 5th in Clarendon. Three bed- room, two baths, double wide with two lots. $20,000. Dennis Britten Real Estate. 806-279-0137 or 806-874- 2881. • SERVICES • RHINEHART ELDER- CARE is a state licensed Type C Assisted Living • Facility that has been pro- viding excellent personnel care for twelve years. For greater personal care at lower personal cost, call 806-874-5000. Many good references. Large, nice room available. Good food, good care, good company. $1,500 monthly or Medicaid accepted. S.L. # 105879 HOUSE CLEANING AND REMODELING serving Oonley County and sur- rounding area. All around remodel or repair. No job too small. Cleaning service one time, weekly. Hul 81 )6-231-0 g • HELP MCLEAN a 25,000 feedyard Texas has an for office candidate strong time accounting seeking an is a leader, ented, and Previous agricultural also a plu your resume I quirements IV cLean, 1") • FOI CEDAR - Swings, chests, and furniture. 1997 GEO - 2 wheel miles, new running cc owned. $ 5591. AGENTS AMERICA DEPEND ON Farmers Insurance and Financial seeking persons with the ambition manage their own business. Qualifications: 4 year College Degrc stable credit history, 5,000.00 liquid, Benefits: 2 years of financial ing program, six figure income You don't have to quit yo r curren: Call Jeff Gilbert at (806) E-mail: Jeffg1219 @yahoG Get into the fast High-speed wireless AMA.Tecm Authorized Distributor: The Clarendon PLAINVIEW, TEXAS PREMILLENNIALISM Have you ever wondered about the identifies of the following things: The 11 Homed Beast? (Daniel 7:7-8) The Abomination of Desolation? (Mt. 24:15) The Sea Beast? (Revelation 13:1-10) The Earth Beast? (Revelation 13:11-14) The Number 666? (Revelation 13:16-18) The Harlot? (Revelation 17:1-7, 18) These and many other questions will be raised and answered in this series of studies of God's Word. Five Nights of Study at 7:30 p.m. • M0nday "The Theory of Premillennialism • Tuesday "The Establishment of the Kingdom" • Thursday "The Identifies of the Beasts in Daniel and Revelation" •  "The Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9.'24-27" • Saturday "Mat_,ew 24 and Modern Day Tiniesetters and outlines At each service, free charts  Aug. 9-10, 12-14 w,lbeg*ve00toallwhoattend l00(i\\;0000Nllth Street Church For further i.00ormatio, cal of Christ (806) 296-6005 or 2800 W. 11th (806) 889-3580 Plainview, TX 79072 IIII I ASMARTWAY TOSEHOBBY HOilRmW YORLOB IiiB,ml TOIB. Great .Outdoor ProJects i Rent by Day or Week 4 Flavors of Sport Drink Mix available for you to buy. "We Gotta Lotta Stuff" 2204 W. 5th St. (806) 293-4922 Plalnvlew, Tx 79072 (Hours: Mon.-Frl. 8 a,m. - 6 p.m.) Se Habla Espanol Sat, 8 a.m. - I p.m. The Barnyard Academy's FALL REGISTRATION Men. - Tues. - Thurs. Aug. 9, 10, 12 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Tumbling Tap Trampoline Jazz Baton Ballet Cheer Gym Toe Classes Begin Aug. 16 Dance Classes Begin Sept. 1 607 Yonkers 293-7682 Serving the Plainview area 27  ,ears! Andrew S. Brimhall, Marriage, Family, & h I Are you living; with a stranl Reconnect with'your family / spouse // MS, LMF1 vidual Cc 00holic Family 701 Broadway, Suite 311 • f'ainvie, CALL 296-7044 PAGE 4 AUGUST, 2004 WE ALWAYS HAVE DEALS FOR THE WORKING MAN AND WOMAN! More women are opting for C-sections CLARENDON, ABERNATHY, TEXAS WASHINGTON (AP) So critics insist C- right thing to do," --Doctors reassured sections require a said Rosenberg, 38, Randi Rosenberg compelling medical whose daughter there was no reason reason. Alexandra Marais to fear natural Proponents of was born June 8. childbirth. She so elective C-sections Years ago, wanted to skip labor say the worst risks Rosenberg had with her first baby are extremely rare, surgery to remove a that she switched especially in a fibroid. Now she doctors to get an healthy, rested feared that pushing elective Caesarean woman and that during natural section, vaginal birth has its childbirth could It's still very rare own problems, rupture her uterus. but more expectant including a possible Moritz and another mothers seem to be but unproven higher doctor said the old choosing C-sections risk of incontinence scar wasn't a threat, even when there's no from vaginal tears or but she wasn't clear medical need. use of forceps. They convinced. And the So says a new say fu!ly informed convenience of study that estimates women should be knowing when to some 80,000 women able to choose, temporarily close her had preplanned, "Most doctors, business added to elective C-sections in when they are being the allure of a 2002, up from an honest ... recognize planned C-section. estimate of just there are cases to be "There are lifestyle under 63,000 the year made for both sides considerations on before. -- and also recognize top of the health That's a tiny that the question considerations," she fraction of the hasn't been studied says. "In the end, nation's 4 million in a way that permits you have to make the births. The numbers anyone to know for decision that fits are stirring a major certain what the best your life.' debate among course is," says Dr. Rosenberg seems obstetricians who for Jeffrey Ecker, a typical of the years have been Massachusetts fledgling trend: urged to lower the General Hospital Women getting overall number of h i g h - r i s k elective C-sections Caesareans they obstetrician, are usually over 35, perform. In 2002, C- He co-wrote recent more affluent, and sections accounted ethics guidelines for planning only one for 26.1 percent of all the American child, says Dr. births, a record high. College of Samantha Collier of Caesareans can be Obstetricians and HealthGrades, a life- or health-saving Gynecologists to D e n v e r - b a s e d for many mothers help doctors company thatstudies and babies. Fetal determine how to health care quality. distress, breech weigh the pros and HealthGrades babies, twins or cons with interested culled insurance more, or diseases patients, and when claims from 16 states, that make labor risky to refer them to covering half the for the mother can all another physician, nation's deliveries, in be important reasons "This is surgery, estimating first-time, to haveone, this is not getting preplanned C- It's major your nails done," sections without a abdominal surgery adds Dr. Jacques qlear medical that still carries some Moritz of St. Luke's- indication. They serious, occasionally Roosevelt Hospital in accounted for 2.2 life-threatening, side New York. percent of deliveries effects: hemorrhage, He performs some in 2002, a 25 percent infection, blood clots, elective C-sections, increase in three Possibly more i n c 1 u d i n g years, the study says. important, one C- Rosenberg's, but Isn't increased cost section brings even makes women a barrier? Not more risks to future debate the options, necessarily, Moritz pregnancies. "It felt like the says. C-sections usually cost more because of an extra day or two in the hospital. Many women spend so long laboring in the hospital before a vaginal delivery that they can cost as much in extra nursing care and pain relief, he says. So what should women consider? --Discuss your delivery concerns, Ecker says, because they might be addressed without surgery. Labor pain can be controlled. As for incontinence, some research suggests simply being pregnant raises that risk. --Think seriously about future children. One C- section "may doom you for life to have repetitive C- sections," each one riskier, Moritz cautions. --Seek information on delivery methods. Moritz recommends a new consumer brochure from the nonprofit Maternity Center Association. 9 used mobile homes for sale. All in need of repairs. 1st $20,000 take all Call 800- 830 3515 Call our 24 hour hotline to see if you qualify for a home loan. 800-375-8739 1st time homebuyer or single parent program. E Z financing 888-539-7780 Good job, rental history, car note, 2 out of 3 will put you in a home. We qualify ev- eryone. Good, bad, or no credit. 800-830-3515 Brand new 16 wide 3+2. Just 1100 down, 197.28 monthly, save thousands. 800-830-i 3515 Se Habla EspanoL **20800 to finance, 9.75 APR, 240 months. W.A.C. Brand new 28x80 4+2. Just 2500 down, 372.90 monthly, save thousands. 888-539- 7780"47400to finance, 8,75 APR, 360 months. W.A.C. 1992 98 Oldsmobile Elite Edition, bronze, 116K, all power, 3800 YS, Immacu- late condition, leather inte- rior. $3,000 1985 Dodge PU 1/2T Cus- tom, 318, pwr steering, long box, tool box, good tires, clean body. $1,500 OBO 296-0136 leave message 230+ TX PROPERTIES FEATURED LOCALLY... s 1305 Ave J, Abernathy, 3br/2ba, 1642sf. For local info call Francis Stephens, Mcdougal Rltrs, 806-793-0703. = 900 S Main St, Floyada, 3br/lba, 1401sf. For local info call Jeromy Rutledge at 806-687-7355. These two homes will sell from 1305 Ave J in Abernathy on Men, Aug 9th at 4pm. Open house 8/7 & 8 from 1-3pro. Call for detailsl FOR A FREE AUCTION BROCHURE WITH TERMS & CONDITIONS, CALL 1-800-441-9401 SON& M00aSNt I AMERICA'S AUCTION AUTHORITIES Ask About Our Broker Participation Program www.hudsonandmarshall.com 10% iersonal or business check or cash down. 5% buy.er's...premium on each sale. Pat Harvill BroKer #0380534 TheA0ernamv t Weekly Review LaJl 298.2033, CALL YOUR LOCAl, NEWSPAPER AND ADVERTISE TODAY! PLAINVIEW, TEXAS the Fall 2004 lo 12 University and enrollment information, Contact: Dr. Ann Stute$, Director, 806291-1065 stutesa@wbu.edu THE WEST TEXAS I;ouNTI • REAL ESTATE • NEAT TWO BEDROOM, one bath brick home. At- tached garage, freshly painted, 15 years old. 402 Pratt, Claude. $55,000. 806-226-5591. FOR SALE: 913 W. 5th in Clarendon. Three bed- room, two baths, double wide with two lots. $20,000. Dennis Britten Real Estate. 806-279-0137 or 806-874- 2881. • SERVICES • RHINEHART ELDER- CARE is a state licensed Type C Assisted Living • Facility that has been pro- viding excellent personnel care for twelve years. For greater personal care at lower personal cost, call 806-874-5000. Many good references. Large, nice room available. Good food, good care, good company. $1,500 monthly or Medicaid accepted. S.L. # 105879 HOUSE CLEANING AND REMODELING serving Oonley County and sur- rounding area. All around remodel or repair. No job too small. Cleaning service one time, weekly. Hul 81 )6-231-0 g • HELP MCLEAN a 25,000 feedyard Texas has an for office candidate strong time accounting seeking an is a leader, ented, and Previous agricultural also a plu your resume I quirements IV cLean, 1") • FOI CEDAR - Swings, chests, and furniture. 1997 GEO - 2 wheel miles, new running cc owned. $ 5591. AGENTS AMERICA DEPEND ON Farmers Insurance and Financial seeking persons with the ambition manage their own business. Qualifications: 4 year College Degrc stable credit history, 5,000.00 liquid, Benefits: 2 years of financial ing program, six figure income You don't have to quit yo r curren: Call Jeff Gilbert at (806) E-mail: Jeffg1219 @yahoG Get into the fast High-speed wireless AMA.Tecm Authorized Distributor: The Clarendon PLAINVIEW, TEXAS PREMILLENNIALISM Have you ever wondered about the identifies of the following things: The 11 Homed Beast? (Daniel 7:7-8) The Abomination of Desolation? (Mt. 24:15) The Sea Beast? (Revelation 13:1-10) The Earth Beast? (Revelation 13:11-14) The Number 666? (Revelation 13:16-18) The Harlot? (Revelation 17:1-7, 18) These and many other questions will be raised and answered in this series of studies of God's Word. Five Nights of Study at 7:30 p.m. • M0nday "The Theory of Premillennialism • Tuesday "The Establishment of the Kingdom" • Thursday "The Identifies of the Beasts in Daniel and Revelation" •  "The Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9.'24-27" • Saturday "Mat_,ew 24 and Modern Day Tiniesetters and outlines At each service, free charts  Aug. 9-10, 12-14 w,lbeg*ve00toallwhoattend l00(i\\;0000Nllth Street Church For further i.00ormatio, cal of Christ (806) 296-6005 or 2800 W. 11th (806) 889-3580 Plainview, TX 79072 IIII I ASMARTWAY TOSEHOBBY HOilRmW YORLOB IiiB,ml TOIB. Great .Outdoor ProJects i Rent by Day or Week 4 Flavors of Sport Drink Mix available for you to buy. "We Gotta Lotta Stuff" 2204 W. 5th St. (806) 293-4922 Plalnvlew, Tx 79072 (Hours: Mon.-Frl. 8 a,m. - 6 p.m.) Se Habla Espanol Sat, 8 a.m. - I p.m. The Barnyard Academy's FALL REGISTRATION Men. - Tues. - Thurs. Aug. 9, 10, 12 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Tumbling Tap Trampoline Jazz Baton Ballet Cheer Gym Toe Classes Begin Aug. 16 Dance Classes Begin Sept. 1 607 Yonkers 293-7682 Serving the Plainview area 27  ,ears! Andrew S. Brimhall, Marriage, Family, & h I Are you living; with a stranl Reconnect with'your family / spouse // MS, LMF1 vidual Cc 00holic Family 701 Broadway, Suite 311 • f'ainvie, CALL 296-7044