High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 21 1972, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Doctor reports High rate of heart trouble in Young san Francisco a in creasing evidence suggests that silent heart disease a killer without warning symptoms May be prevalent to an unsuspected degree among Young american men a Navy doctor reports. Standard screening tests for identifying coronary artery disease before the first and often fatal heart attack produce no alerting signals it. Cmdr. Carl j. Pepine told the american medical associations military Medicine Section tuesday. Pepine a researcher at the . Naval Hospital in Philadelphia said 30 per cent of Navy men under 40 who die of natural causes Are heart attack victims. Or. Malcolm c. Lancaster of Brooks air Force base tex., said 60 per cent of air Force deaths not caused by combat or injury result from Coron Aries. The mean age of All air Force fliers is 36 years. Two thirds of coronary deaths result from a sudden attack and for most the first and final symptom is sudden death Pepine said. He reported on a screening study of 200 Navy men with no apparent evidence of heart disease. Two risk factors were developed in 40 men. These were a family history of heart disease and a High level of such fatty acids As cholesterol in the blood. Significant coronary artery disease was identified in 19 of served three Tours in Vietnam the 40 through Arterio Gram diagnosis. The men had from 50 to 75 per cent obstruction in their heart blood vessels Pepine said. Arterio Grams Are a Ray pictures made after a Dye is pumped into the heart through a Catheter tube. The drastic diagnostic technique normally is employed Only after a patient has demonstrated significant heart symptoms. A 31-year-old Marine who had and was regularly running five Miles a Day was the most serious Case diagnosed Pepine reported. The marines five mile runs stopped abruptly. Three of the 19 men had heart attacks during the first 30 months of the still continuing study he said. None died. Once their coronary condition was identified All were placed on Standard coronary procedures with smoking banned he said. . Senators vote for child care measure Washington a North Carolina Sens. Sam Ervin and b. Everett Jordan democrats voted with the majority tuesday As the Senate passed 73-12 a $2.95 billion child development and Day care Center Bill. High Point Enterprise wednesday june 21, 1972 a Senate approves child care Bill fault finding one thing not to worry about is religious criticism by the people who done to go to Church. Washington a after trying to make it More accept Able to president Nixon the Senate has approved a $2.95-Bil-lion Bill that would provide the biggest Federal child Day care program in history. Once vetoed by Nixon the Bill now goes to the House which has shown Little inclination to act on it again. And some republicans say the massive Day care provisions May cause still another presidential veto. But sponsors said the lopsided 73-12 tally in the Senate tuesday should give the Meas ure impetus. They Point to the Bill a wide array of support from women a liberation Church Union child welfare education and civil rights groups. Its backers estimate in its first full year of operation the Bill would double the present total of children in Day care centers. Sen. Walter f. Mondale d-minn., chief sponsor said that since millions of mothers must work Small children often Are left alone because no arrangements can be made for their care. Foes of the Bill argue that it would help Breek up families and deprive Young children of a mothers care. The measure would provide free Day care for children of working parents whose income is less than $4,320 a year. Those with incomes Between $4,320 and $7,000 would pay part of the Cost while Selloff families could use the Day care centers by paying the full Cost. Mondale emphasized that the Bill provides for a child development program going Well beyond just Day care. There would be such pre school services As head Start prenatal services in the Home tutoring and child development classes for parents and prospective parents. The Bill authorizes $190 million to Start the program in fiscal 1973, $1.2 billion in 1974, and $1.6 billion for 1975. Sponsors emphasized the rate was Well below the $2-billion, of year funding in the vetoed bul. The Bill would permit such groups As school systems and churches in towns of 25,000 population and up to sponsor the programs. 0 in warmth of satisfaction on Ewry Purchase if you Are not i i totally satisfied i i i with any i i Purchase simply bring it Back and the total Purchase Price will be j refunded. Sanford remains available Hickory country Atlanta a. A former North Carolina gov. Terry Sanford says that despite a a Damn embarrassing loss to gov. George Wallace in his Home state presidential primary he still stands in the wings As a stand by in Case the democratic convention becomes deadlocked. The 54-year-old Duke University president said tuesday that he has never been St candidate for president a in the real sense of the word a but says he offers an a alternative Appeal to All segments of the party better than any other Sanford was in Atlanta to meet with party officials and convention delegates. But Sanford said that under no circumstances would he allow his name to be considered As a vice presidential candidate. A no i wont a he said. A politics Are flexible but in a he said that despite his defeat by Wallace he would still support the Alabama governor for president if he were to take the democratic nomination. A tit support the nominee regardless of who he is a he said. A that Means George Wallace Hubert Humphrey or even George he said that if Mcgovern gets the first ballot nomination detergent a theres nothing i can do to Stop him or Hurt him or help him. If he does to then that a where i offer myself As a Sanford predicted that by convention time he will have our Pride close to too delegates com a moments from Idaho. Loui a Siana South Carolina Virginia and a other Points North South East and Ham $1.3 9 old fashion Daisy. Cheese.894 Jara sliced cooked Ham te.494 save 264 on detergent 49 of pkg. Limit 1 with s5 order or More tender lean fresh or smoked picnics la. 43 . round Steak Boneless ass. Roast.$1 hone in la. 29 Linial stotes taste maid slice save 774 Silver Label Coffee Bacon. 69 taste maid Viva paper towels detergent 3 b All our Pride bread 6 ii regular or thick sliced Bacons 1&Quot select skinless de veined beef liver 794 Armour Star a sliced Bach 654 scotch treat All meat i backs k.-654 s 794 farm Brand tvs i 69 hot or Milo 1 la. Pkg. 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