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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Fri., April 19, 1974 for Better Health Tuberculosis Sfrikes Regardless of Age By Dr. S.L. Andelman Are you safe from tuberculo- sis because you're too old or too young? How about your chil- dren? How about your parents? Here are some facts about TB at different ages. Babies can get a violent form of the disease. Older children can fight off active TB much better. But once the germs get into the lungs, they live on an may cause a breakdown wil TB years later. Children of a ages can be infected. Get tuberculin tests for your children every year to mak sure they aren't infected. Sug gest yearly tuberculin tests chest X-rays for all adult whom your children see often. After 15 years of age, th number of people who have ai live TB goes up. Many of thes people were infected as chi dren; some catch it as adults. Good Health Adults need good genera health to help fight off TB infec tion. With yearly tuberculir tests or chest X-rays, TB can b found early, when it can b cured most easily. TB sickness and death rate are higher in older people wh need to keep up their guar against this disease. Many mic die-age and older adults hav had TB for a long time an never found it out. They don know they're sick, even thoug they may be infecting others Older people need annual ches X-rays to check on TB an other chest diseases as well. TB Test TB can smolder for man; years before it bursts int flame. But the tuberculin tes shows whether TB germs hav entered the body and the ches Dr. S. L. AnrJelman LAFF-A-DAY "I miss the scent of perfume." X-ray shows whether the germi have done any damage. Remember, most patients car recover completely if they tak their medicine, and TB is mos contagious before it is diag nosed. Dr. Andelman welcomes let ters outlining problems he maj discuss in future columns. H regrets, however, he cannot per sonally answer mail. Write him in care of The Gazette. Kidnaping Victim Laun Returns to U. S. Area ANCON, Canal Zone (AP) Alfred A. Laun, the American information specialist kidnapei in Argentina, is back in U.S territory. Laun was flown to the Cana Zone on Thursday for hospital ization and was reported in "fair to satisfactory" condition Laun, 36, head of the U.S. Infor mation Service in Cordoba, Ar gentina, was shot in the ab domen when kidnapers eeizec him last week and left him on a Cordoba street 15 hours later. A spokesman for the U.S. em bassy in Panama said Laun would be flown to the U.S. after further recovery. U. I. Employes Ask Increased Benefits IOWA CITY A request has jeen made to the administration of the University of Iowa tha employes' fringe benefits be in- creased so 100 percent of the cost of the disability, life, and medical insurance programs are paid by the university. Presently the university pays wo thirds of the disability in- urance, half of the 'life insur- nce costs and full major medi- al premiums. A '-letter requesting the in- reased coverage came from le.staff council to University resident Willard Boyd. They'll Do It Every Time 0ETTINS TO KNOW OTHER BRENTS IN LITTLE LEASUE- STRIKE THREE.' DUMB KIP.' IT WAS RIGHT AFRAIP OFTHE8ALL.' WHO PUT I OH OUR TEAM Report Links Marijuana to Decrease in Male Fertility WIN AT BRIDGE BOSTON (AP) Men who smoke large amounts of mari- juana run the risk of decreasing their fertility, according to a report co-authored by noted sex researcher William H. Masters. The report, published in the New England Journal of Medi- cine, was based on tests on 20 men who smoked from five to 18 "joints" a week for 18 months or longer. It showed :hat seven of those tested had noticeably decreased sperm counts. Researchers also found that ilood levels of the sex hormone ;estosterone averaged 44 per- cent lower in the users than nonusers, and that two of the chronic smokers were impotent 'apparently in association with marijuana use." The report said one of the ;wo who were impotent re- ;urned to normal sexuality vithin two months after he dis- continued marijuana use, but he other declined to give up using marijuana. The study warned that the 'esults iously should be taken cau- because of the small ize of the1 sample, lack of 'data n the potency of the mari- uana and because it was im- ossible to measure hormone evels and sperm counts of the men before they started using marijuana. The test subjects were 18 to 8 years old and were com- ared with 20 similarly healthy men of the same age who did not use marijuana. The study said both sperm count, and testosterone levels seemed directly related to the amount of marijuana used. Sub- jects averaging more than 10 marijuana cigarets weekly had significantly lower testosterone than less chronic users. The hormone finding is of particular significance, the re- searchers said, because numer- ous other research findings in- dicate, that a lack of testos- terone at critical points in the development of the male fetus can cause sex organs to develop improperly and later cause permanent hormone imbalance. The researchers said it would be "judicious" for women to avoid marijuana during the first three months of pregnancy since it has been shown that marijuana ingredients can pass from the mother to the fetus. They also said claims that marijuana heightens sex drives and performance probably should be reassessed. By Oswald James Jacoby There is nothing wrong about swindling your opponents pro- vided you do it honestly. Thus, you are not supposed to hesitate ivhen you have no problem, but ihere is no stigma attached to :ast play, when you do have some sort of problem. South did have a problem about his six-diamond contraci iVhat was he going to do abou the two missing aces? Obviously, they were split, bui low could he keep the man wh leld the ace oj trumps from eading a spade? It looked almost hopeless, bu South figured out an hones swindle that just might work i iVest held the ace of trumps ant ack of spades. He proceeded to discard hi six of clubs on one good hear and the queen of clubs on thi other one. Then he led a trump. West won the ace and decidec that East was marked with four clubs to the ace. In that case i East also held the spade king, a spade lead would allow South to play dummy's 10 and avoid the loss of a spade trick. So Vies led a third heart and South was able to discard his three spades NORTH 4Q10 AK7 962 WEST AJ8532 VQJ1092 4 A 107 SOUTH (D) AK74 EAST V86543- 107 KQJ8543 North-South vulnerable West North East South Pass Pass 2.NVT. Pass Pass Pass Opening TQ on dummy's clubs. Dorit "uglylake over your etthis awn! 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Authorities Find Two More Tornado Victims MONTICELCO, Ind. (AP) Indiana's death toll from the April 3 tornadoes climbed to 47 Thursday when state police di- vers recovered the bodies of two Fort Wayne girls from Lake Freeman in White county. The bidding lias been: 19 West North East Soulh Pass IT Pass Pass Pass Pass You, South, hold: YA J765 4864 9 4 What do you do now? Your partner has shied away from notrump and your hand doesn't look good for a suit-game contract. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding three clubs your partner has bid two hearts over your two clubs. What do.you do now? Answer Tomorrow PLANT YOUR OWN SPRING BULBS GLADIOLUS BEGONIAS TUBE ROSES-, CANNAS LILIES CALLA LILIES 803Jhird Ave. SE Delivery 364-4! 76 HOURS: Hon., Thurs., Fri. 9-9 p.m. Sat., 9-5 Sun., Noon'til 5 BOATERS Looking for a busy marketplace where you can buy, sell or trade? If you'are) the boating ad classification in today's Want Ads offers you exactly the help you need. An inexpensive ad will sell your boat or explain your swap offer. Other boater's ads provide you with a selection of boats which are for sale. To Order Your ACTION-AD DIAL until Noon Sat. 30 YEARS AGO The Repub- lican arrangements committee selected Gov. Earl Warren of California as temporary chair- n and keynoter for the party's June 26 nominating con- vention. Officials Make Record Catch of Hashish Cargo MIAMI (AP) A search of a disabled freighter towed into Bahamian waters by coast guard cutter has resulted in the largest seizure of hashish ever made in the Western hemi- sphere, U.S. drug officials say. Six men aboard the ship, all Americans, were arrested and pounds of the marijuana- derivative were seized, the of- iicials said Thursday. They ilaced a value of million on the hashish. The boarding of the 150-foot Sea Trader took place last Fri- day but the announcement of Goodrich Issues Auto Tire Recall AKRON, Ohio (AP) B. F. Goodrich Co. recalled fibergiass belted bias winter tread passenger car tires Thursday because some failed to meet federal high-speed re- quirements. The company said that separation of tread rubber from the tire body would, prob- ably occur only during high- speed operation and would be "evidenced by pronounced thumping of the tire." DRIVE SAFELY Be sure to see Cedar Rapids Finest Home Show Larger Exhibits More Variety THAN EVER BEFORE he seizure was not made until' Thursday. Officials said the ship, the Sea Yader, became disabled in the Atlantic 800 miles off the Flon la coast and was towed by the :utter Gallatin to a point 60 miles northwest of Nassau, vhcre it was boarded. Fifty burlap bags of hashish, nroute to New York from Morocco, constituted the Sea Trader's only cargo, officials aid. The six men arrested were harged with possession of ha- hish. They all pled innocent at leir arraignment Wednesday in Nassau, he said. They were re- nanded to custody pending rial. 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