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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Odar Rapids Gazette: Mon-, I* eh. 18, 1974  They’ll Do It Every l ime  is  In the Soap operas.the  HOSPITALS HAVE PRETTY NURSES OUTNUMBERING THE PATIENTS SIX TD ONE---  Then vou go to the get-  WEILERT ANO THERE'S NARY A NiGHTiNGULL in SIGHT-••  The Investor's Guide  I CW T CAM IF GME'S GOOP  ToH.NtlRSEif  SfiWHE/.HWKE//  CAMT GST,.  1   Sam  Shulsky  By Sam Shulsky Privately, I like to talk about stocks, just as well as the next stock market observer. Discussing the relative merits of Kodak [and Polaroid, or Big Steel and Bethlehem, for example, can be just as interesting as arguing the relative merits of the Yankees and the Pirates.  So it is always pleasant when I can present names of investment grade stocks and still dis market is no respecter of great [claim any responsibility for "touting” them  The occasion is the N Y Stock exchange magazine's recent  wealth  Fourth, that even big money  doesn’t agree on “the best  For Better Health  Emergency Measures for Delivery of Baby at Home  Bv Dr. S.L. Andelman  Dr.  S. L.  Andelman  AT  BRIDGE  there are certain first-aid proce-. Recently we discussed preg- litres one should know, nancy tests. Today let’s talk    First of all,    don’t be fright-  about what happens if the test is     ene( l '''hen a    baby is born so  positive, you go through the quickly that you can't reach the nine    months    of    pregnancy,    and    doctor or get to    the hospital in    cut the cord between the two  then,    behold,    your    baby    is born    time, it nearly    always means    |jj es  with clean scissors. Wrap  before the doctor arrives or be- the birth is normal. If the birth  t be baby j n a  clean blanket, fore you can get to the hospital.  was  going to be difficult, you’d f ace  uncovered, in a warm Granted, this type of enter-    probably have    had time to get j p | ace   gency doesn’t happen often, but    the doctor or go    to the hospital, i    — Let the afterbirth come  Certain things    can be done    by itself. Don’t pull on the cord  which will make    it easier for    to make it come out. Save in a  >    ai    both you and the baby. You'basin or newspaper for the doc-  ( a ■    WI ll     caJ1  *  do these things  y° urself so  tor to examine.  get someone to stay with you'  13  _  As soon as the  afterbirth until the doctor comes and givet has passed outf p i ace your   your helper these instructions. hands over the mother’s uterus ) I — Be sure the doctor or an (a firm lump just below her ambulance has been called. . navel). Cup your hands over the  2 — See that the mother is mother’s uterus and massage it lying down comfortably.    several times to keep it firm, if  3    — Wash your hands it doesn’t stay firm hold your  thoroughly.    hands around it until it does.  4 — Do not touch the area 14 — Clean the mother’s but-around the vaginal entrance. Stocks and lower thighs but don't  5 — Place a clean towel under touch the vaginal area, the mother’s hips for the baby - is __ Make the mother com-to come onto If you have time.lfortable and see that the baby is protect the bcd with newspa- warm and breathing. Give the pers.    mother a hot drink, such as tea,  fi — Let the baby come natu- if she wishes, rally.    16    — Stay with the mother  7 — If the water bag has not until the doctor comes, broken and the baby is born still  (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  8 — As soon as the baby is Director Clarence bom, wipe the baby’s mouth.  NORTH (D)  4 876 *42  ♦ A K 8  ♦ AK952 WEST 4 A J  * J 10963 4 J 7 2  ♦ J84  SOUTH 4 K 10954  ♦ KQ5  ♦ Q4  ♦ IO 6 3  Last-West vulnerable North    kilt    South  14    Pass    16  26    Pass    36  46    Pass    Pass  IS  EAST  4 QU 2 * A87 4 109653 + Q7  Went  Pass Pass Pass  Opening lead- f J  Kelley Promises FBI News Talks  WASHINGTON (UPI) - FBI Kelley, in a  „ „    ,    .    nose and face with the inside of!  I *' a *” r br ^ a ' <    lra< *' , if , ns of  By Oswald & James Jacoby     a df>an handkerch , ef nop . t usp  the late ,1. Edgar    Hoover, has  Jim: “We have been talking cotton or paper tissues.    .pledged to hold regular news  about bidding long enough How 3 — Move the baby carefully conferences to tell the public about getting back to the play of t0 a c,ean s P° l be t wppn  the what is going on in the bureau, the cards ”    mother’s legs, with his head Kelley  declared soon after  ... l    elevated a little and away from taking office last July 9 that he  Oswald:    Maybe we should fj u j d or secre jj ons  Don’t wanted the FBI to have an  concentrate on smgle-suit plays  s t re j c h the cord    ‘open    stance.”  for a while. ...    I®    ~    Don't    tie    the    cord    if    the    Kelley    has    gamed    wide    publi-  Jim: ‘ The problem in a sing-  doc j or  j s on  his way. Cover the city by declaring a policy le-suit play is to do the best you baby  w j|jj  a  blanket or towel to against saying “no comment” in caji in that suit with special con-  preV ent chilling.    Response to reporters’ questions.,  ll — If the doctor can’t arrive “From now on.” Kelley said!  sideration of how the result will  affect your contract.    within the hour, the cord should Wednesday, “we will hold three  Oswald: Some players might ^  ( j ed  ^is by tying the or four news, conferences a year have stopped below the spade  cord in {wo p j aces  about two in Washington on a regular game. The play would still be inches apart with clean pieces basis and call extra ones when based on the same idea. South  0 f ( apc or  strong twine. The tie news developments warrant. want? to lose just two trump  nearest the  baby should be-  about six inches from his navel.  Jim: “South can lead from dummy as often as he wishes.  “You can consider that commitment,” Kelley said.  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 Fast's queen!”  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 I odds in his favor. The alternate play of rising with the king will only work half the time.’’  V*CnRD<fc/*ft>46  The bidding has been. 18  West    North    East    South  14  Pass    16    Pass    IT  Pass    26    Pass    ?  You. South, hold ♦ A K 7 6 TA K 7 6 ♦IZAK IO 3 W hat do you do now’’  A —Bid three notrump. This is a very slight overbid but sour high cards are all aces and kings. TODAY’S QUESTION Instead of bidding two diamonds your partner has b d one spade over your one heart What do you do now’’  Answer Tomorrow  Advertisement  Helps Solve 3 Biggest  FALSE TEETH  Worries and Problems  Con*iri**r rn denture adhesive. FASTEST H* Powder does all of thin I) Helps hold upper* and lower* longer, firmer, eteadier. 2) Hold* them more comfortably. 3) Help* you eat more naturally. Why worry? TTae FASTKETH denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that tit are ear* ntin! to health, ben your Conti >t regularly.  SEVENTEEN  t VS    t    N.-,    S,«4    'M    7    *    I  *r,r t •    I  "I demand some respect around here...At least LISTEN to me before you disregard what I say!"  publication of the securities buys Of the 40 stocks listed as portfolios of four major univer- the top ten bv each institution, sities— Harvard, Yale, Prince- only three picked IBM, Kodak ton and University of California. | and General Motors and only These listings are interesting two agreed on Ford. General for several reasons:    Reinsurance,    and Texaco.  First, of course, is the insight The lists: Harvard, with total into the employment of great general investments of wealth, managed by profes- $1,357,391,602, held (as of last sionals.    June 30 and in order of amounts  Second, the revelation that of of money then committed) IBM, the top ten stocks (in market Eastman Kodak, General Rein-value) owned by these institu- surance, Texaco, Exxon, Gener-tions only one — Exxon — a1 Motors, Upjohn, Ford, Mobil appears on all four lists.    and Gulf Oil.  Third, the disclosure (by coni- Princeton favored, in t h i s paring holdings as of June 30, money order, IBM, Xerox, 1973, with a year earlier) that American Home Products, even big money can make mis- Exxon. Texaco. Louisiana Land, takes. In other words, a falling Texas Oil and Gas, Getty Oil,  Bristol Myers, (I e n e r a I Rein surance Yale listed Atlantic Richfield, Florida National Banks, Exxon, Texaco, W Iv Grace, Columbia Broadcasting, Mass., Mutual Mortgage, General Motors. Ford, Eastman Kodak University of California held IBM, Caterpillar Tractor, Kodak, General Electric. Soars, Roebuck, AT and 'I', B a ii k-America Corp, Exxon. General Motors. Procter and Gamble.  One amid spend columns analyzing the changes made in these portfolios from tilt* previous annual report. I suppose it would be some comfort to the ordinary investor who has sui jfered through a rough stock market in recent years to point out the mistakes made by the “big boys” who bought General Motors at high prices and have held millions of dollars worth of IBM and Kodak, to name only two other favorites, through declining markets. But what’s the point? Whoever said big money can’t make mistakes, too?  6 6 6 (J — I have $125,000 invested at fi percent. If I withdraw $4,000 a year, how long would the money last?  A — Forever, and then some.  '  Mi Shulsky welcome* written question*, I hut he will be Able to provide answers I only through the column f or lists of growth and dividend stork*, please Include a sell address eel stamped envelope Address your requests to Sam Shulskv, care of The Gazelle   I  $125,000 invested al fi ppn*<' n|     with  accumulates $7,filii) interest a    ii    QD    A  year lf you draw only $4,000,J OoVGT-Up, 3Dn  you would be adding $.‘1,5(8) to Officials Fired  principal each year.  I AA .... i7 Kzu)    WASHINGTON    (AU)    Two  Non could draw $7,500 a year and not cut into the money.    tonner regional directors of the  You could draw, <10,000 and    Small Business Administration,  still not run out of money f ()| 'i    accused  () f covering up corrup  nearly a quai in realm \     ( j  W( , rj , j in . ( | Wednesday.  Sot your sights a good deal  II - .    However,    (lie agency    declined  to detail Specific charges against the men, Russell Hanoi ton, former head of the SBA Philadelphia office, and Thomas Began, former district manager in Richmond.  Youths Initiate Drive     offRI ' lls  1     » aid  , I!*     < ' har K < '"  were not disclosed so as not to  Against Gas Rationing prejudice any appeals that WASHINGTON (AP) - The  m| ghl be made ”  Young Americans for Freedom     mt ’ n    (an a PP® a |    the ae.  announced a campaign Wednes- *  1 0 11     administrator  day in opposition to plans for Ihomas Kleppe and to the civil gasoline rationing Some 20D  s,,f v l(,< ‘ commission, spokesmen  members around the country sai " , ,  will write letters and lobby their    bring ^ Ma*  mpn  had  congressmen. YAK Chairman been proposed Dec. 21). At that  Ronald F. Docksai said.     (| me     lf was als0  Proposed to fire  Hamilton’s former deputy, Jo-   1  soph Clark, but he has since (J. S. Assures Brazil:    resigned.  No Change on Cuba  ln  testimony before a congree ^    sional    investigation of the SBA,  BRASILIA (Apt the U.S. I Kleppe  s;n( j seven persons in has assured Brazil that it does philadelphia and Richmond cov-not intend to change its policy  ered  up corruption. However, he toward Cuba. Brazilian Foreign  cited 0J1 | y  Hamilton and Regan Minister Mario Gibson Barboza by name said Wednesday after meeting with a U.S. state department envoy. Jack Kubisch.  Feed the Birds  Save *750 a week. Buy a week in  next winter.  Start saving $7.50* a week in a Merchants National 5% Ski Bunny Account now, and spend a fantastic week skiing in one of the ski capitals of the world next February.  Your savings add up fast, and they earn a big 5%. We can make it even easier for you by transferring your money right from your checking account to your savings account.  Start saving this week, and be ready for Vail next winter. 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