Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 7, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette August 7, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Wed., Aug. 7, 1974 Two Can Play at Game of Vacation Tips Uk-k HrsI i i I -In -'''H A losing out eu-r. few as arouml as your wrist A on the end tin Wu Uli luis Muni nistrij. 'iai been marred im-m is sufficient to repel must niiirh Mine -.w-- erocodilcs Dick By ai: odd eomeideme. i -a, I, Uultalo "'OK.m.-r- -1, liv one ihe nation'-. 'Tim' mi Hot Shape Quirk Spoiler ;IM iii MI tjin I 'i.'ii can in i :n W.I.I-, nl Mini- ii-i-i reiuni In aiimr. in.' Minii.i! i- Ijoatiir.'. all the mure iluiiiL' liareiieaili'il in tin-. mi! 1" :'otiimr rani'li' in n.irj sin-li The wor-c parl IN llic oi-inu' uhaeked a ranm- 'IHM..I- (i.tiiiiii- ;raee iinHin" cniii'iaMinns vim n- h.-adim' mil, ,i n: l-'orluiiateh lor the ;nlIv to no end of trouble tin- .1 Inn" anclioui-, "Kl1 boatman. froeiidiles Inr him ivh mi .uiiied and dn.-l Inud. 'lie middle nl "I newspaper ha'..- lender MUHI! lips U hen lent nrnr.' mil fr.im p.irkmi- i aj. "ape id a hat and h'aMii" ndl a '-aniii lake a mil :i 11.1 i a -im-M am s inn- mi find newspaper into a alinul sln-ei ,i! newspaper i, -i ynu ijfl UIldfT thr Inp uf i. rt-Muiin n V VK 5, J calling for two K-eenl slamps honoring early settlers of the wesleru provinces to co- .....ide with Ihe centenary of Ihe Meiinonile settlement in Manitoba, will only lie one K- eenler Another S renl stamp will be issued III N'ovember lo hail Iho scientific conlribn- lions made hy immigrants lo I anda Vatican Cll.v luis issued Iwo stamps on behalf of the IT'K ccnloiiory. One slamp shows Noah's Ark with rainbow and dove with olive branch. The second stamp has a scene of sheep drinking water from a mountain stream. From the faraway Fiji Is- lands comes a sel of four stamps honoring the The 3-cents show a postman: o-cenls depicts the loading of mail on a ship: 30-cents pic- lures a Fijian posl office and the all-cent stamp highlighls a modern plane carrying mail. (librailar's three stamps tor the VPl anniversary show a I rio of postboxes Victorian style. Georgian and modern. Vaccine Developed To Ward Off Caf Killer Oflicials of I'ltiinaii-MuiiM- I'H' annninu-ed nerierinm nl a xaccinc a.L-anisi teline iral rhiiuilraclii'itis called Ihe must upper respica- di.M'a-.e alining cal-. and ol'leii likened in ihr cuiiinmn I't'lil in ImmaiN The annoiiiieeiiieni made in conjunction Hu- llllh annual cnnvcnlinn of the Anicncaii X'eterinary Medical Assn. hy Dr. .lames i'.ittle. I'lltniaii-Moorc Mcc-prcsidcnl fur research and Ihe man largely responsible fur development of ihe vaccine. "Heretofore lliis serious in- fection has been nnprevenla- Ide." lie said. "Hut nmv. this major medical break- through and the development of our FVR vaccine, healthy cats and kittens can be pro- tected." Bi'Kan in 111.18 Hillle said work on the cine was beiiun in when il became apparent that jirolec- lion awiinsl I lie disease did not exist. "The problems with are its difficulty to diagnose and its frcQiiency." said Bittle. He said nearly half the respiratory infections treated by I'elei'iiiarians iniKlil be due In I''VK but positive diagnosis witlnml extensive laboratory tests was almost impossible. "II can be transmitted from a toni to a female or from an adjacent animal at a cat show Chronic Staj-c im-imie ilis.-harL'e.s from tin- C-M-N and HO-.0. and general discomfort. Alter a week, the anima! either recm er> ur in the cliroiiu w hich includes high lemperalnre. loss of appetiti and clogging of the sinuses. r.itlle said l-Ti; could also produce skin nr eye and. in younger animals, often infects other organs, especially Ihe liver. Stressing that a cat w hich survives an attack of KYI! does not develop permanent im- munity, Bittle said veteri- narians were now being asked to include the vaccine in an annual series of shots. "Our success against KVK. or herpes virus as il is also called, is welcome news to cat fanciers throughout the world." Bittle said. "We are alsii continuing to work on other feline respiratory ail- ments which fortunately art not nearly so dangerous and which rarely have fatal results." ON THIS DATE in I'loT. a federal grand juryjn Brooklyn. N'.Y indicted Colonel Rudolf Abel as a Soviet -suv. Brings you the gleam of silver at affordable prices! 20-PIECE SERVICE NOW SELLING AT Knis (i lifi'Iimt' 20-piece service for 4 (contains 4-5 pc. suhjdct to chanyu without unliLt.' 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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: August 7, 1974

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