Thursday, January 3, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 16 Tho Cedar Rapids finwttf: Thins., .Tan. 3. 1971    ggfjgif    Health RIC GEORGE! by Virgil Partch Do you give estimates?” mr- t I I g sr Tholes 'HMH by I w <$ >’ 3R?f 1 i J i .»» ii ti Is * n„ flulSkS. 111fi i» iji KWyt~ &m& mscs*** The Cedar Rapids city council 4301 Sixth street S\V; passed 4-1 met in regular session Wednes- U1 ^ Mayor Canney opposed. day. with Mayor Donald Canney pub , jc and all commissioners present. Reso|u|ion authorizing gran . Invocation was given by the amendment with the Environ* Rev. James M. Lesher. St. An- mental Protection agency redrew Lutheran church.    questing $140,911 reimbursement Commissioners and depart* f " r "wk done at the solids ban-moat heads for the 197*1-76 term c act tty. were sworn and the following »esolu ions approving final business was conducted; all res- P latsof Jlrusk;1 Enterprises first olutions were passed unanimously and all petitions and reports taken under consider- -y ation, unless otherwise noted. addition and Twin Knolls third addition. Accounts, Finance lo mng Second reading for ordinance rezoning, R-4 special permit to , 41    ,    . R-T, prooerty at Third avenue Resolution granting lour cl- an(j Kourtepnth slrcet SK pfti . garet permits.    tioned by St. Raul’s Methodist Resolution authorizing Lloyd church. Smith, state auditor, to audit Second reading for ordinance the city books for fiscal year rezoning. Mi and M-2 to M-l, 1973.    property south of Thirty-first Resolution naming deposi- avenue SW. petitioned by Interties for the city.    state Property, Inc. Resolution approving various Second reading for ordinance fund transfers within depart- rezoning. R-l to M-L property ments.    at 3601 Sixth street SW. peti- Second reading for ordinance tioned by Capital Industries, re-establishing taxicab rates. j nc Public Sarety    jq years ago — President Resolution granting refunds Johnson planned to name Esther on two taxicab licenses.    Peterson, assistant secretary of Resolution granting permis- labor, to a newiy-created po-t of sion to George C. Starr to cut up presidential assistant on conand scrap junk autos at rear of sui aer rn Jte.s Thank Taal IVe certainly hope that everyone had a joyous holiday — and wish to extend Dairy Maid's wishes for the very best for the coming year! ★ We would like to thank those lovers ct FGG NOG who insisted en enjoying DAIRY MAID Quality Egg Nog during the Holiday Season. . . . And, being Ecology-minded, we would like to re-use those bottles for other quality DAIRY MAID products until Egg Nog time in 1974 — and we ask you to please return them and get your deposit. Neb to control Pollution (Think Ecology) Buy Milk in Glass Only Reusable, Clear, Sterile Giass Cottles are used by Dairy Maid! Stop in ut your nearest Dairy Maid Store: All Stores Open IO a.rn.-9 p.m. • 1526 First Ave. NL    «?030 Sixth St SW •54 I I Center Pf Rd. NE    • 32 I 9 Mt. Vernon Rd    SE •408 Edgewood Rd NW    e Phone 365 3206 Pap Smear Test Is Used In Detection of Cancer l?\ Dr. S.L. A tide Inurn Whether my women readers still celebrate their birthdays or not. I d like to suggest a birthday present they should give themselves every year a Pap smear test The Pap smear test, to detect cancer in the female organs, is something every woman should i ive every year, lf you sehc I ule it for your birthday, you’ll be certain to remember this very important appointment. The Pap smear is used as a screening test to help find or deny the possibility that a we,man might have cancer in her female organs. It is not a final test but does pick out those women who must lie studied further. The Pap test’s greatest value is that it can find abnormal cells much easier than any other available tost. It enables doctors to find female cancer much earlier and treat it successful Iv I The Pap lest is % percent accurate in detecting cancer of the cervix aud 65 percent (‘curate iii finding cancer of the endometrium It is a routine, fast and % painless way to rule out tin' possibility of these two forms of cancer in women The problem is that many women put the test off, or never have it at all. When doctors finally discover their cancers it is loo late. The Pap lest is done by microscopic study of a smear from secretions in tin' cervix and vagina. The gynecologist or family doctor inserts a clear dry speculum or metal instrument to widen the vagina and expose the cervix. He uses a wooden tongue d e p r e s s o r to serape Dr. S.L Andolman thoroughly the secretions from around tin' mouth of the cervix at the top of the vagina. These secretions are placed on one glass slide. Next, the doctor uses a clean spatula to remove another smear from the wall of the vagina itself iii the upper rear corner directly across from the cervix. 'Pins is placed on a sci ond glass slide Since ti lakes special training and experience lo lead a Pap test, most doctors send the slides to a laboratory which spc idolizes iii this work There the slides are studied microscop icallv for normal cells and those which are different. All vaginal and cervical smears are taken iii basically the same way. Hut they may he obtained from other spots iii these organs or studied for different reasons. Vaginal smear tests are used to identify the cause of genital infections such as venereal disease. Since the Pap test is quick and painless, there’s really no excuse to avoid it ll you schedule tho test for your hu t Inlay, you can look forward to another year, confident that you have taken a precau I •• a minst this cancer which each year needlessly kills thou sands of women. • * ♦ Dr. Andelmnn welcomes letters outlining problems he may discuss in future columns. He regrets, however, he cannot per sunnily answer mail. Write to him in care of The Gazette. Want ads will find buyers for items you no longer use! Dial 398 8234 January is the month to really save big at Penneys Do some figuring. 20% off all bras ’n girdles Reg. Now Save 3.00 2.40 604 3.50 2.80 704 4.00 3.20 804 4.25 3.40 854 4 50 3.60 904 5.00 4.00 1.00 6.00 4.80 1.20 6.50 5.20 1.30 7.00 5.60 1.40 8.00 6.40 1.60 9.00 7.20 1.80 10.00 8.00 2.00 12.00 9.60 2.40 Sock Sale Sale 85 Reg. SI. Three styles to choose from. Orlon*/ stretch nylon terry crew socks in sizes 10-13. Orlon "/stretch nylon ankle-length socks, one size fits all. Orlon" , stretch nylon casual socks with cushion sole and reinforced heel and toe. Sate 65 Reg. 79c. Men’s tube sock of cotton/nylon with full cushion sole. Solid color body with striped tops. One size fits all. Sew up some savings. 4% V.Y- I * * .* V-; * V T'i \ * ta _ —JMT** Oft y* . i*;«. *4 to*# ~ . A all sheets on sale Sale 2 22 Reg 2 99 twin size, flat or fitted Muslins with the decorator look are long wearing poi/estcr/cotton. in solids, stripes, prints and checks. Pkg of 2 standard fallow cases, req 2.49    ....... Sale 2.12 94 Sale 2 twin size. flat or fitted Dur decorator percales of Req 3 99 polyester cotton come in solids, prints and 1 tripes Gentle pastel colors. Pkg of 2 standard pillow cases, reg 3 29    ...    ...    Sale    2.64 Sale 1 66 twin size, flat or fitted Req 2 19. Tuft wt te muslins of polyester Sale 2 22 twin size, flat or fitted Req 2 99 Luxurious crisp whit© percales of polyester/cotton. yr- fv* r , v awf y<sr / * I** II .A I sr J rp’rpj '-jrr xp\ rn, 11 J 1 lf K < V 'Ii 4 I I •    \\ Cs > \\ \ I \ Sale 15% off. Now 3 for 2.75. Rr»g. 3 for 3.25 Men $ T-shirts, athletic shirts, shorts and briefs. All polyester cotton for great fit and long wear. Shirt sizes 34 46, shorts and briefs 28-40. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. Sale 83 yd. Reg 98C yd. Fashion corner broadcloth in solids and prints. Never need ironing. 44x45”. Sale 2" yd. Reg. 3.99 yd. Polyester double knit solids, prints, and crepes. Easy care. 99 yd- Reg. 3.50 yd.Texturizedpolyestersportswear in new fall colors. No-iron. Sale 2 Sale 2" yd. Reg. 2.49 yd. Pennbrook plaids of rayon polyester Penn Prest machine washable. Sale 1 68 yd. Reg. 1 98. yd Pennbrook sohdsof rayon/polyester Penn Prest, machine washable. Dress Clearance 20-40 % •* Orig. $8-$50 Now *3-‘34 All your favorite long and short looks in misses, junior and half sizes, too. You ll find shirtwaists, |ock-eted dresses, new wrap-around styles and lots more. For day-time or evening. Sale 20% off Save on all novelty curtains Dotted sheers, prints, florals, solids some with embroidery trim. Most are machine washable and dryable All are easy care Ideal for kitchen, breakfast room, den arid bedroom. JCPenney We know what you’re looking for. Charge it at JCPenney, 109 Second St. SE, Cedar Rapids Open 5 Nights A Week, Monday thru Friday 9:30-9, Saturday 9-5, Sunday 12-5