The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 19, 1976 · Page 21
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 21

Hays, Kansas
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Sunday, December 19, 1976
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PA(!K 2:t December 19, 1976 Not A Map .Mammoth "mop" Is actually batch of '•aluminum tubes emerging from cooling water after going through vertical heat-treatment furnace at Aluminum Co. of America's plant in Vernon, Calif. '• Tubes, heat-treated to improve strength of aluminum alloy, are formed into true seamless tubes and can be used in aircraft and aerospace applications where pressure lightness and material Integrity are essential. (UPI Photo) New VD Strain Spreading Rapidly Around The Globe WASHINGTON (UPI) — Every month, an estimated 275 more persons are afflicted in the Phillipines by a new penicillin-resistent strain of gonorrhea, and an Air Force specialist says something must be done to check the speed at which the disease is, .spreading to the rest of the world. So far, 54 cases of the •venereal disease have been found in the United States. ""We've got to do something now to slow down the rate of exportation of the strain," said Lt.Col. George Lathrop of the Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine in San Antonio, Tex., one of more than two dozen venereal disease experts called to a meeting at the National Institutes of Health Friday. The new gonorrhea appeared last February in the Philippines — site of major Joan Little Denied Parole RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI) Joan Little, a 22-year-old black woman acquitted in a sensatibnal trial last year on charges she murdered a white jailer, has been denied a parole on a breaking and entering conviction. Miss Little is serving 7 to 10 years in the North Carolina Correctional Center for Women for breaking into mobile homes in Beaufort Cpunty during 1974. She was in the Beaufort County Jail appealing that conviction when jailer Clarence Alligood was found stabbed to deafh in her cell. She testified she stabbed Alligood after he sexually assaulted her. Jack Seism, chairman of the state Paroles Commission, said Miss Little's parole was rejected because she had violated prison rules. Seism said she disobeyed an order from a prison official in July and w'as involved in a fight with another inmate the same month. The commission also noted that she had been arrested for breaking and entering while on probation for an earlier shoplifting conviction. Miss Little will become eligible for parole again in nine months. American military bases — and now has spread to 15 states and 8 other countries. "We are seeing what appears to be a rather dramatic increase," said Peter L. Ferine ol, the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta. John R. Seal, deputy director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said officials worry that this new strain might become the dominant type of gonorrhea. Lathrop said half the gonorrhea cases diagnosed at Clark AFB in the Philippines are, penicillin resistant. He estimated there are 275 new cases a month in the Philippines, many involving American military men. Gonorrhea is moving through sexually active young Americans at epidemic rates. More than s a million are affected. Until now, gonorrhea has GOLDEN STALLION CLUB NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY for oil members and your guests! By Reservation Only CALL NOW before it's too late and for other party Information. PLEASE CALL THE CLUB AT 625-9959 every ««y except Men«ay FIVE M'S SEWING CENTER 508 Main 425-7344 Stockton, DAD, NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY MOM'S PRESENT DISCOUNT OF '100.00 And more off suggested retail prices or most sewing machines till Christmas. EXAMPLE NEICO 232F OPEN ARM MACHINE Full Rotary Hook, Buttonholer Decorative Stitches Stretch Stitches Sug. Ret. $599.00 PLUS BONUS OF $100.00' FREE fabric of your choice' and a liberal trade-In' allowance on your old I machine. GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE Fabric Gift Certificates of I $25.00 or more. Receive a 20 Per Cent Discount. Financing Available. Press Corps To Miss Bill Greener WASHINGTON (UPI) .Things almost went blah when Mr. Nice Guy went to Poland with President Ford. William "Bill" Greenef, then deputy presidential press' secretary, paused In Poland to play ball with an orange with Peter Lisagor of the Chicago Dally News and ABC correspondents Steve Bell and Herb Kaplow. In his best Catfish Hunter style, Bell hurled the orange and all watched with excitement as a Polish motorcycle policeman roared into the firing line. The fruit splattered against the vehicle's windshield. "We viewed with great interest the Polish policeman breaking his cycle to a halt. We viewed with more than great interest as he stared at us, then turned and reached Into his leather satchel," said Greener. The officer pulled out nothing more lethal than a towel. He wiped off the orange mess and putt-putted off. Such events marked the Ford administration career, now ending, of Bill Greener. Such other spokesmen as Ron Nessen thrived In a state of verbal pistol play with bands of the White House press corps. Greener enjoyed a Mr. Nice Guy repute. Greener, 51, a former Air Force officer, had a Laurel and Hardy relationship with such reporters as James Naughton of The New York Times. It began one transatlantic flight when Greener suggested one of . the celebrated bores of the White House press corps give Naughton an exclusive briefing on a visit to the pilot's cockpit. After e'nduring the 45- minute briefing -- "Now the pilot has just lots and lots of dials and things...", Naughton vowed vengeance. Thus, when President Ford's campaign took him to Cleveland in October and colleagues planted a rooster in Naughton's hotel room, the reporter plucked it up and sent the fowl to Greener's room. Greener gaye the corps more than the bird. In Helsinki, where reporters grouched about getting no top level information during Ford's visit to the 1975 European Security Conference, Greener asked Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger to hold a briefing. Nein, said Kissinger, who had just emerged from a meeting with then-Prime Minister Harold Wilson of Great Britain. ' "Well, sir," said Greener, "You may not want to brief but Wilson has just briefed British reporters." "What time do I meet the press?" asked Kissinger. In 1975 Greener heard White House corridor gossip that he was to go to the Pentagon as assistant secretary of defense for public affairs. Donald Rumsfeld, moving from Presidential chief of staff to defense secretary, had told Ford he needed Greener. Greener decided to refuse the promotion and rehearsed how he would say no to Ford. Summoned by Ford to the Oval Office, Greener walked down the hall practicing his thank-you-but-no-thanks. The President greeted him at the door with a bow of the head and two words, "Mr. Secretary." Greener went to the Pen- tagon. He emerged in August as Ford's campaign spokesman. As hectic ns the campaign was, it seemed flossy to Greener compared to the day Ford visited Cracow, Poland. Predicting some reporters would be tardy in departing from a Ford public square speech In Cracow, Greener ordered a press bus held for 'him to collect the stragglers and get them to the airport in time for the flight out of town. Greener indeed found there were stragglers, including reporters, While House staffers and Secret Service agents. But no bus had stayed behind. Greener's band of Americans in downtown Cracow found no Pole who could speak English, French or German. They themselves spoke no Polish. Finally they commandeered n four- passenger Fiat. Greener stuffed 11 Americans into the tiny auto. "To the Press Center!" he ordered the amiable driver. But a Polish policeman saw the overload, marched up and yanked out the ignition keys. Much nrm waggling and grimacing by Greener's men. Finally, they drove off to the Press Center where the airport buses waited. It turned out to be just around the corner from where they boarded the FlnL No Ticket' For Dead Dog ST. LOUIS UPI)- A judge hns dismissed charges against a mnn who wns issued a ticket for fulling to keep his dog on a leash after a police officer's auto ran over and killed the dog. "It seemed to me that the poor fellow hnd suffered enough," Magistrate Daniel J. O'Toole sold of Earl A. Braud. Brand's dog was killed last August when It ran into the path of a police car driven by St. Louis County officer Mark A. Unman. Roman said he was sorry he ran over the dog, but 1 was ordered by his sergeant to issue Brawl a ticket. "I wish I hadn't hit the dog," Roman snid. "I stayed at the scene of the accident until my sergeant arrived. He advised me what should be done." been vulnerable to penicillin, but the new gonoccocus variety produces an enzyme that inactivates penicillin. Another drug, spec- tinomycin, has worked against the penicillin resistant strain. However, spec- tinomycin is the last known drug that is fully active against the new form of gonorrhea and if the germ develops resistance to this drug, doctors may be helpless to control the disease. Spectinomycin is more expensive, costing $4.50 a dose compared to $1 for a penicillin shot. The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta said the new type of gonorrhea has been found in California, Utah, Hawaii, Maine, Virginia, Iowa, Arkansas, Rhode Island, New York, Maryland, Florida, New Jersey, North Carolina and Colorado. OPEN SUNDAYS 1 TO 5 One Group Men's Knit TURTLENECK SHIRTS $2** Long Sleeves Values to $8.95 Now The Seventh I by Aileen has a beautiful 3 Piece Outfit of 100% brushed cotton. Colors: Mauve, Navy, Red & Green. Blazer $ 1 Q ftft Regular $28.00. 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