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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Television Listings Saturday Night '-News, Woollier, 50K Lawrence v.'elK -Action News -Lawrence Welk --Lmvrenre Welk -Movln' On .-Lawrence Wclk 10-- News, Weather, .Snts ti-Foik Guitar News Roller Gumes Surgeon ol Animals Inside Iowa 9-New Land 12 13 fi The Cedar Itaplds Siit., 21, 1971 HEW Begins Investigation Of Two Orugs WASHINGTON (AP) All immediate investigation of a possible link between two widely prescribed anti-high blood pressure drugs and breast cancer in older women is being started by the Depart- ment of Health, Education and Welfare. Officials said the drugs, reserpine and rescinnaminc, have been used in (he United States for 20 years and ac- count for more than one-fourth of the medicines prescribed for hypertension. Reserpine alone is used by three million to four million U. S. patients. Separate studies done in Bristol, England; Helsinki, Finland, and Boston, Mass., are to be published in this Sat- urday's edition of Lancet, the British medical journal. The studies found lhat among women over 60 years old the breast cancer rate was as much as three times higher than normal for those who had taken reserpine over long pe- riods of time. Officials of HEW said fur- ther investigation is necessary because the studies involved checks of patients' records and not clinical drug trials. A preliminary review of the studies has been made by the National Cancer institute, the National Heart and Lung in- stitute, the National Institute of Mental Health, the Food and Drug Administration and the Veterans Administration. Charles C. Edwards, HEW assistant secretary of health, said the agencies have agreed to alert the general public and Hie medical profession lo the findings. However, until the U. S. review is concluded, Edwards recommended that there be "no general change or disrup- tion therapy" in patients with high blood pressure. He. emphasized that the studies did not find a general increased cancer risk in hy- pertension patients nor an increased risk associated with oilier anti-hypertension drugs. 'I- All In family 3 Ni-w Uiriu All In tiilU'ryi'Mcv B- All In 10- Lnieiocncv :2-Or. Wllo 13 Kmciorncv Ni-iv L-uiul POUl Scl'Xl 8-Pnul Scimi 12-Chuilolrul Rl Silld 7-Hob Ncwliiul V- Naklti 2- Cure' Our Ndklo Uur U- Carol LHir Ai Drotim MGChi Nokia oll lh Wovlc- "OKIohomo Crude" 9 Kung Fu Tvk-r Moor? 3- Kun J -Mor 6- NBC Mov Crude" Morv Tvlcr Moore 10-- NBC "klahoma Crude" lna Line NBC Movlu- "Oklali Kung New. 2-Action News 3-ABC News J--AclToii News 9- News, Snts Wealhe 12 Who Man JO-Newsline SDK News. Wcnlher, bills 4- 10 O'Clock Edition Eyewitness NcWj Movie ''Vatk of Mvblerv 2- Mission 3-- f-llm Festival ill a--Movie 10- Movie Women's Political Quicus JO-World rootbnlY "Destiny of buy" 6- "Madiuciir U-- loinyiit Movie "It Hud To Haopcn" 4-Rock Concert Ttieotur Macubrc 10-0.-yon 9-Wide World ot Entertainment Mrs. Marcos Visits Chou In Hospital MANILA (UPI) Mrs. Iniclda Marcos, the Philippine First Lady, .arrived Friday in Peking for an sight-day visit and chatted with Chinese Premier Chou at a Peking hospital, the official Philip- pine News Agency (PNA) re- ported. In a dispatch from, Peking, the PNA said Mrs. Marcos, wife of President Ferdinand E. Marcos, was invited by Mrs. Chou to visit the premier at the hospital since he could not meet her at the airport. PNA said it was the first lime Chou received a visiting dignitary since July 13 when lie met Sen. Henry Jackson, invitation to see the prime minister was conveyed by Madame Chou, who re- ceived the First Lady at the silling room of villa No. 18 of government guest house after the brief airport PNA said. "Madame Chou told Ma- dame Marcos that the prime minister, who had been taken ill, had desired to welcome her at the airport. But since he could not, asked her to see him at his hospital PNA said. PNA said Mrs. Marcos asked Mrs. Chou about the prime minister's health. Chou is reportedly suffering from heart trouble. "He is feeling much bet- PNA quoted Mrs. Chou as. replying. There were no other details of the meeting. THE NETWORK OF THE fe [WWIT One of Eastern Iowa's Favorite Pastimes Just the facts. Jack Webb and Harry Morgan star in the most honored detective series on TV. WOW! WATCH T V9 NOW! LAWRENCE WELK 6s The Maestro and his stars present great songs from great Broadway musicals, with tunes from "My Fair "Music Man" and more! NEW SHOW LAND Kevin Tighe and Randy Mantooth star, with guests John Carradine and Britt Lind. George C. Scott Faye Dunaway in A big, high-powered movie about the battle for "black Jack Palance and John Mills co-star in this rough, tough Saturday Night at the Movies! One-Eyed Horse Prompts Refund ST. LOUIS (UPI) William Toney's horse is not an old gray mare, but he's gelling his money back anyhow, by court order. Toney, a former St. Louisan now living in Houston, bought the horse for his teen-aged (laughter. He sued to his money back when he found out that the horse was blind in one eye. Judge Robert Campbell denied the claim, saying the horse was good enough for trail rides and shows. Toney appealed the case and appeals court Judge George F. fiiinn agreed that he should get his back, fiunn said the horse "was definitely not an old gray mare. But, alas, neither was she what she used In be.'' The Larsens are terrified by a danger they've never faced before a devastating tornado! Starring Bonnie Bedelia, Russell, Scott Thomas NEW SEASON The Emperor of China pardons Caine for a crime he committed in the past, but is it a trick? NEW TONIGHT Meet NAKIA a deputy sheriff fighling crime with modern methods and Indian know-how! Robert Forster stars. Arthur Kennedy and Gloria DeHaven co-star. Saturday reports from the Eyewitness team anchored by John Barton. Des Taylor with extensive sports coverage and weather by Doug Krile. TV9 SATURDAY NIGHT "Valley of Mystery" with all-star cast including Peter Graves, Julie Adams, Leonard "Star Trek" Nimoy. A fight for survival in the jungle! "WALT DISNEY-A GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SALUTE" Julie Andrews, Buddy Ebsen, Fred MacMurray join host Dean Jones in a tribute to the Disney genius!
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