Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 18, 1974, Page 3

Cedar Rapids Gazette

February 18, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 The Cedar Rapid? Gazelle: Mon.. Feb. 18, 1974 They'll Do It Every Time N THE SOAP HAVE PRETTY NU IMS THE PATIENTS six TO one- THEM vou so TO -me eet- THERE'S MARY A NieHTlMSUUL. IN SIGHT" For Beffer Emergency Measures for Delivery of Baby at Home By Dr. S.L. Andelman ..Recently we discussed preg- nancy tests. Today let's talk about what happens if the test is positive, you go through the nine months of pregnancy, and then, behold, your baby is born before the doctor arrives or be- fore you can get to the hospital. Granted, this type of emer- gency doesn't happen often, but WIN AT BRIDGE NORTH (D) 4 876 AK8 AK952 WEST VJ10963 J72 SOUTH EAST VA87 4109653 4Q4 1063 East-West vulnerable West North East South Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening By Oswald James Jacoby Jim: "We have been talking about bidding long enough. How about getting back to the play of the cards." Oswald: "Maybe' we should concentrate on single-suit plays for a while." Jim: "The problem in a sing- le-suit play is to do the best you can in that suit with special con- sideration of how the result will affect your contract." Oswald: "Some players might have stopped below the spade game. The play would still te based on the same idea. South wants to lose just two trump tricks." Jim: "South can lead from dummy as often as he wishes. The correct play is to lead the eight and let it ride to West's jack. Next time he leads the seven and lets that ride also. West has to play the ace and eventually South picks up East's Oswald: "The basis of this play is that South will make his contract if East holds either the queen or jack of hearts. This roughly represents 3 to 1 odds in his favor. The alternate play of rising with the king will only work half the time." The bidding has been: is West North East South u. 'Pass Pass there are certain first-aid proce- dures one should know. First of all, don't be fright- ened. When a baby is born so quickly that you can't reach the doctor or get to the hospital in time, it nearly always mean the birth is normal. If the birtli was going to be difficult, you'c probably have had time to ge the doctor or go to the hospital. Certain things can be dom which will make it easier fo: both you and the baby. You can't do these things yourself sc get someone tp stay with you until the doctor comes and givi your helper these instructions. 1 Be sure the doctor or an ambulance has been called. 2 See that the mother is ying down comfortably. 3 Wash your hands ;horoughly. 4 Do not touch the area around the vaginal entrance. Dr. S. L Andelman 5 Place a clean towel under the mother's hips for the baby to come onto. If you have lime, protect the bed with newspa- pers. 6 Let the baby come natu- rally. 7 If the water bag has no; broken and the baby is born stil! inside the sac, puncture the sac with a pin or. tip-of..scissors. Wipe the sac and fluid away from his face .and head with a clean handkerchief. As soon as the baby is born, wipe the baby's mouth, nose and face with the inside of a clean handkerchief. Don't use cotton or paper tissues. 9 Move the baby carefully to a clean spot, between the mother's legs, with his head elevated a little and away from any fluid or sei stretch the cord. 10 Don't tie the cord if the doctor is on his way. Cover the baby with a blanket or towel to prevent chilling. 11 If the doctor can't arrive within the hour, the cord should be tied. Do this by tying the cord in two places about two nches apart with clean pieces of tape or strong twine. The tie nearest the baby should be about six inches from his navel. Cut the cord between the two tics with clean scissors. Wrap the baby in a clean blanket face uncovered, in a warm place. 12 Let the afterbirth come by itself. Don't pull on the core to make it come Out. Save in a basin or newspaper for the doc- tor to examine. 13 As soon as the afterbirth has passed out, place your hands over the mother's uterus (a firm lump just below her Cup your hands over the mother's uterus and massage it several times to keep it firm. If t doesn't stay firm hold your lands around it until it does. 14 Clean the mother's but- ,ocks and lower thighs but don't ;ouch the vaginal area. 15 Make the mother com- brtable and- see that the baby is warm and breathing. Give the mother a hot drink, such as tea, If she wishes. 16 Stay with the mother until the doctor comes. Kelley Promises FBI News Talks WASHINGTON (UPI) FBI Director Clarence Kelley, in a major break -with traditions of he late J. Edgar Hoover, ha: iledged to hold regular new, onferences to tell the- publii vhat is going on in the bureau. Kelley declared soon aftei aking office last July 9 that hi vanted the FBI to have an ropen stance." Kelley has gained wide publi :ity by declaring a policy igainst saying "no comment" in esponse to reporters' questions. "From now Kelley sah Vednesday, "we will hold threi r four news, conferences a year Washington on a regula asis and call extra ones when ews developments warrant. "You can consider that Kelley said. 14 Pass Pass You, South, hold: TAK76 What do you do now? three nolrump. This is a very slight overbid hut your high cards are all aces and kings. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two dia- monds your partner has hid one spade over your one heart. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow "I demand some respect around here. ..At least LISTEN to me before you disregard what 1 Advertisement Helps Solve 3 Biggest FALSE TEETH Worries and Problems Connidcr a denture -adhesive. FAS- Powder does nil of thin: 1) Helps hold xipperft and lowers longer, firmer, steadier. 2) Holds thorn more comfortably. 3) Helps you oat moro naturally. Why worry? tao PASTEETH Denture Adhe- eivo Powden Dentures thnt fit nro cwcntM to health. Sec your dcnti it RENT A NEW PIANO The Investor's Guide Sam Shulslcy By Saui Shulsky Privately. 1 like lo talk about stocks, just as well as the next stock market observer. Discuss- ing the relative merits of Kodak and Polaroid, or Big Steel and Bethlehem, for example, can be just as interesting as arguing Ihe relative merits of the Yan- kees and the Pirates. So it is always pleasant when I can present names of mem grade stocks and still dis-jmarket is no o( claim any responsibility 'touting" them. The occasion is the N.Y. Stock invested at 6 percent accumulates interest a year. If you draw only you would be adding lo principal each year. You could draw run UH( uf with Cover-Up.SBA Officials Fired j WASHINGTON (AP) Two (former regional directors of the ijsmall Business Administration, tveriiiK up L'orrup- Yalc listed Atlantic run uul uf 0{ covermn up torrup- ESS. r k 'T1 Bro-ulcastinfi Mass Mutual .Sf )oul the agency '..-----I ihigher. I a i I specific charecs wealth. Fourth, that even big money exchange magazine's recent publication of the securities >ortfolios of four major univer- Harvard, Yale, Prince- on and University of California. These listings are interesting "or several reasons: First, of course, is the insight into the employment of great vealth, managed by profes- ;ionals. Second, the revelation that of he top ten stocks (in market owned by Ihese institu- ions only one Exxon appears on all four lists. Third, the disclosure (by com- holdings as of June 30, 973, with a year earlier) that ven big money can make mis- akes. In other words, a falling doesn't agree on "the best buys." Of the 40 stocks listed as the lop ten by each institution, only three picked IBM, Kodak and General Motors and only two agreed on Ford, General Reinsurance, and Texaco. The lists: Harvard, with total general investments of held (as of last June 30 and in order of amounts of money then committed) IBM, Eastman Kodak, General Rein surartce, Texaco, Exxon, Gener- al Motors, Upjohn, Ford, Mobil and Gulf Oil. Princeton favored, in this money order, IBM, Xerox, American Home Products, Exxon, Texaco, Louisiana Land, Texas Oil and Gas, Getty Oil, Mortgage, General Motors. Kord, Eastman Kodak. University of California held IBM, Caterpillar Tractor, Kodak, Ceneral Klectric. Sears, Hoebuck, AT and T, Hunk- America Corp., KXXOII. Motors. Mr StiulSkv iwlcomn ".rlllf" but tw will IQ pfovioft tMouaft tto column. For care ol The Corp., hxxou. lu'iieraij _ Procter and (iambic. Youths Initiate Drive One could spend columns ana- Against Gas Rationing to detail specific charges against the men, Russell Ilamil- ton. former head of the SBA Philadelphia office, and Thomas Regan, former district manager in Richmond. Officials said the charges were not disclosed "so as not to WASHINGTON (AP) The Americans for Freedom Wednes- lans for prejudice might be made." appeals that The men can appeal the ac- lion lo SBA administrator Kleppe and lo the civil commission, spokesmen lyzing the changes made in these portfolios from the Prc''y.n vious annual report. I suppose ilj would be some comfort to ordinary investor who has sul-j ferert through a rough cuumiv......... market in recent years to Si The firing of the men had out the mistakes made bv thelwl" rh-iirm-nrheen proposed Dec. 20. At that "big boys" who bought lime it was also proposed to fire Motors at high prices and K iilamilton's former deputy, Jo- held millions of dollars worth ofj jseph Clark, but he has since IBM and Kodak, to name only 5. Assures Brazil: [resigned, two other favorites, through de- ln testimony before a congres- clining markets. But what's Ihej Tnkn No Change on tuba point? Whoever said big moneyj BRASILIA (AP) The U.S. can't make mistakes, too? Q 1 have invested at li percent. If I withdraw a year, how long would the money last? A Forever, and then some. sional investigation of the SBA, Kleppe said seven persons in not intend to change its policy jhas assured Brazil that it does Philadelphia and Richmond cov- ered up corruption. However, he toward Cuba, Brazilian Foreign Hamilton and Regan Minister Mario Gibson Barboza namc. said Wednesday after meeting; with a U.S. state department! envoy, Jack Kubisch. Feed fhe Birds week next winter. 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