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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Negroes sacrificed on science altar Friday, July 91, 1972 THI ItTHSRIDCI HERALD By JIM DENTLEY ATLANTA (Reuter) Char lie Pollard, a black Alabam farmer, did not know until thi week that he had syphilis. Th U.S. public health service ha ictllin was discovered during the Second World War, It was found to afford a cure if used early. A decision was made in 1946 to withhold penicillin from the diseased group. "There is absolutely no tion that some of these men could have been saved, no ques- tion whatsoever'1 Printz said. In 1969, Printz said, the CDC reviewed the study and decided that to begin giving massive doses of penicillin to the re- maining participants would be "too great a risk." It was de- cided instead to give the best medical treatment available to the survivors for any illness they might suffer. At least 161 deaths by that time had been reported among the participants, seven as a di- rect result of syphilis and 154 from heart disease, a related ride effect. Elizabeth Kennebrew, a nurse with the Macon County board of health, spends most of her time tracking down the medical his- tories of he Eurvivors. "I don't really think most of them know what is going she said. "As far as they're con- cerned, they just joined a gov- ernment health program when times were hard and now it doesn't matter ono way or the other." One who didn't know until Tuesday was Charlie Pollard, 66, a black cotton fanner who has gotten free blood tests and a certificate for participation from the government. In 1932, Pollard was 26. He had syphilis. His county had the highest rate of syphilis In the U.S. at that time. He took advantage of a public health official's offer of a free blood test and was told a few days later he had "bad blood." "They been doctoring me off and on ever since Pol- lard said Tuesday at his home in Notasulga, Ala. "And they give me a blood tonic." "Back in the he said, "they give me a certificate, saying I had been in the pro- gram 25 years and since then they don't come around as much." When the victims die, the gov- ernment orders an autopsy and provides a burial, of charge. Absolute discharge for cadet KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Martin McDonald, 21, a former Hoyal Military College cadet, was granted an absolute dis- charge here when he appeared "or sentencing on a charge of possessing marijuana. McDonald, now a geophysiclst i the petroleum industry at Calgary, was one of six cadets iharged with drug offences fol- owlng a raid May 2 on the RMC campus here. Four cadets pleaded guilty and were fined under the Na- ipnal Defence Act at a military rial serveral weeks ago. The ifth was acquitted. On the advice of his lawyer, Tohn Hogan, McDonald was iwitehed from a military court o a provincial court. He was convicted of the harge a week ago. But Judge George Runciman of Brockville lostponed sentencing until he ooked into the mechanics of legislation which would allow McDonald to be freed on n absolute discharge as sug- gested by his lawyer and ap- roved by the Crown. SLEEPING BIRD The only bird to hibernate Is IB whippoorwill. PAUL HELLYER AND NEW IEADER Paul Hellyer, right, and Conservative leader Robert Stanfield appear at an Ottawa news conferenca where Mr. Hellyer an- nounced will run as a Progressive Conservative candi- date In the next federal election. Mr. Hellyer is a mem- ber of Parliament for Toronto Trinity and leader of Aclion Canada. (CP Wirephols) Soviets plan to relocate towns in path of big tides MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet government has announced Uiat plans are being made to relo- cale towns and industrial enter- prises on the Soviet cast coast in preparation for Riant tsunami tidnl waves predicted to strike next year. A report from tho official news agency, Tass, said Wednesday that tsunami are ex- pected to hit tho conslal lino between northern S i b c r I B find Taiwan during 1973-1975. Japnr.csc word for "storm caused by earthquakes below IJie ocean bed. The quakes creale tidal waves that roar westward at 250 to 500 miles an hour, reaching a height of about 100 feet when they strike the const. Tass said warning of next year's tsunami camo from Ihe Soviet research institute at Yuzhnosakhallnsk on tho south- ern tip of Sakhalin Island, along the Pacific coast Just north of Japan. Scientists at the contra have been studying tho tidal wnves for 50 years, tho ngcncy re- ported, hut ore unable to pin- point the precise localion of Die earthquakes or exactly when Lboy will strike. 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