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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Thurs., 7, 1914 Pittsburgh Orchestra Chamber Group Concert Monday Antibiotic Use Aids, Hurts Battle on Lung Disease The Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber orchestra will appear in concert at Coe college's Sin- clair auditorium .Monday eve- ning as the third attraction in the current series of Cedar Rapids Community Concerts. The orchestra will play under the direction of Ronald Johanos, a native of Cedar liapids. Dr. Johanos was graduated from Roosevelt high school in 19-10. He studied conducting under Eu- gene Ormandy, Edvard van Beinum, George Sxell and Otto Klemperer. He conducted in Alloomi and Johnstown. Pa., and joined the Dallas Symphony orchestra in 1957 as associate conductor. In 1961 he was appointed resident conductor there and in 1962 be- came the music director, re- maining in Dallas until 1970. He has appeared as guest con- ductor with the Philadelphia or- chestra, the Concertgebouw In Amsterdam, the Minnesota or- chestra as well as many others. Monday evening the orchestra will play the Bartok "Diver- timento" for string orchestra; the "Concerto in A minor" for 'cello by Saint-Saens, with Mi- chael Grebanier as soloist; the "Le Tombeau de Couperin" suite by Ravel, and the Haydn "Symphony in E flat major" No. 99. Curtain time will be at and the doors will be open at Admission is by season membership card only. The public is invited to a reception honoring Dr. Johanos following the Monday evening concert. Dr. Johanos, a former student at. Coe college, received an honorary doctor of fine arts award from Coe in 1962. He is the son of Mrs. G. H. Johanos, 1301 F avenue NW. The recap- tjpn will be given in Sinclair art galleries. liv Ann Schrailer "Antibiotics arc pushing a lot jof people into (developing) inop- jerative lung cancer and other 'diseases, Dr. Montague are shown in pneumonia where bacteria reduces air exchange in the canals and emphysema, a degenerative disease, which causes the lung to lose its elas- ticity, Dr. Lawrence explained. Lawrence, a local thoracic sur-i "A person will think he's igeon, said Wednesday at the fine but lie wonders why YWCA Health Awareness luu-lle is so short of he [clieoii. isaid of the first symptom ol Dr. Lawrence made the respiratory diseases, mark in relation to many people "Tllen eou8h develops. The and doctors who ignore possible I lining the bronchial tubes i respiratory disease and push foreign material I by turning to antibiotic's instead I1" trachea and a person i of chest X-rays. i Dr. Lawrence said. Other symptoms of respira. Donald Johanos, conductor Society Although more cancer and emphysema "sur- igeries are being performed i now, be note d, antibiotics have led toward the diminish- ing of tuberculosis, pneumonia and other lung infections. The first ''curable" lung cancer surgery was performed in 1933 but until 1945 that lung diseases were begin- ning to be treated by surgery he explained. "The lung is enclosed in cage which has an atmospheric Dr. Lawrence said. "The lungs have to be kept inflated for doctors to operate." To better understand the na- ture of respiratory diseases, Dr. Lawrence briefly described the respiratory system. "First, there is the epiglottis, a flap of skin or trap door at the back of the mouth, which sepa- rates swallowing from breath- he said. The trachea or windpipe runs from the mouth to where it divides into the three-lobed right lung and the two-lobed left lung. From there the main bronchial tubes extend out to the air sacs, Dr. Lawrence ex- plained. "The air sacs are surrounded by vascular channels or canals and this is where the air is he said. "Anything which interferes with this ex- change is a disease." Examples of this interference Features Blairstown Couple Note 50th Anniversay BLAIRSTOWN Mr. and To Oppose j Ex-Husband FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) The former wife of U.S. Rep. W. Gene Snyder says she plans to oppose her ex-husband in the May Republican primary. Louise Snyder Douglas was Mrs l Kink celebrated Wednesday with a family din- ner. The event took place Sun- day at Carnforth Inn in Victor. The Kings have two sons, Glenn of Blairstown and Roy of Cedar Rapids and two daugh- ters Mrs. Robert Schulze, Blair- stown, and Mrs. Joseph Riley, Cedar Rapids. There are 11 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Mr. King and the former Marie Smith were mar- ried Feb. (i, 1924, in Marengo. OPEN HOUSE PLANNED FOR EDWARD RANSFORDS ..The silver wedding anniversa-j ry of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.jdivorced from Rep. Snyder lastj JRansford will be observed They had been mar-j I daV with 3 reception snd ooen! yG8i s BMQ nuvc y -in o in c Condi.! jcdr-UKl SOU, MoTlv. "I have contemplated doing this for a long Mrs. Douglas said. "I think people need to know about candidates and know who they are voting Energy Nibbler Add a tew semi-sweet choc- olate pieces to almond granola for an energy-packed nibbler. house from 2 to 6 Sunday at; their home at 388 Thirteenth! street, Marion. Hosts will be their children, Carl, Ron. Don and Margie Elaine, ail of Marion. Mr. Ransford and the! former Dorothy E. Windsor ex- Michigan Woman Wins Million Lottery SAG1NAW, Mich. (AP) "We've got to worry about in-! come tax said Ruth E. Cutter after she was named Michigan's ninth millionaire lot- tery winner. The 54-year-old cosmetic saleswoman and school bus driver from West Unity, Ohio, was selected from among 120 fi- nalists Tuesday night. CUSTOM; Picture for. I plan to speak out about honor and integrity and morali- changed marriage vows Feb. Mrs. Douglas married the 1949; in Anamosa. Rev. John E. Douglas last No- ,vember in Baltimore, Md. We SERVICE What We Sell and all other makes too Celebrating the beginning of Vern Stork's 12th year of experience in Vacuum Sewing Machine Sates Service. Hoover Necchi Eureka Morse Safes Service 363-2677 ___Country SHOPPING CENTER JEWELERS OurPeopIeMakeUs Number One your hearts in the right place: Zales! a. Sterling silver puffed heart, matching 18" rope chain, b. Pierced earrings. 14 karat (jold posts, your choice pair. c. Men's I.D. bracelet, contemporary stylo, suitable lor engraving, Revolving Chargf: Xaifi', Custom CIWRO RankAmencard MiJMer American Dincrr, f.kiti I Lindale Plaza 393-89U FREE WALLPAPER Storeside Cupid's Valentine's Day Thursday, Feb. 14 Lindale Plaza CASHEW TREATS Regular In. Delicious jumbo cashews rolled in soft caramel and dipped in smooth Swiss chocolate. HALLMARK VALENTINES AND PARTY SUPPLIES VALENTINE PARTY CANDIES YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE WON. THRU FRI. SAT. SUN. 12-5 lory diseases are the Increase ol spittum, fever, coughing blood and loss of weight and appetite Dr. Lawrence suggested thai persons over 45 years should have a chest X-ray every six months. Dr. Robert Barry will present a film and lecture on "Venereal Disease" at the next YWCA Health Awareness luncheon Wednesday noon. Cashier Is Tired Of Trucks-Inside SEATTLE, Wash. Gee Gee's restaurant is popular with truckers but the cashier, Mrs. Bee Meyers, wishes they could keep their trucks outside. Twice in less than 14 months, heavily loaded trucks have slipped their brakes and come crashing into the cafe down an incline. The last such mishap Monday caught Mrs. Meyers and three truck drivers as they were drinking coffee. State troopers said it took customers 20 min- utes to free her. She suffered cuts and bruises and damage to the building was estimated at "We're not going to reopen that part of the coffee shop until someone puts a bulkhead up vowed Mrs. Norma Gee, who operates the restau- rant with her husband. Casual And Classy This casual, airy two-piece dress in navy cotton voile flecked with white and top stitched in contrasting white thread will be the envy of many this spring. This one was designed by Albert Nipon and manufactured by Eleanor Lambert, Inc., New York. Bridge Bob's Club Club championship winners in Mitchell movement fiame played Wednesday at at the YWCA were: North-south Mrs. K.V. Harrington and Joe Verbick, first, and Mrs. George Jenkins and Norman Pfister, second; east-west Mrs. Royce McCray and Keith Hanson, first, and Linda Savold and Dr. Beth latch, second. Overall winners ivere: Mrs. McCray and Mr. Hanson, first, and Mrs. Harring- on and Mr. Verbick, second. The next scheduled game will be played Saturday at at the YWCA. 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