Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 134
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 134

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 11, 1976
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StfETY FN A CNKDi A HESTtAMHK KIKE M UK IMX SEW Children are least likely to be injured in" car crashes if the; are restrained and sitting in the back seat'. They are most likely to be injured if unrestrained and sitting in the front seat. These findings are from a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safe'ty based on data involving 26,971 passengers under 15 years old in reported crashes in a two- year period. The institute recommends that children be restrained by a seat belt or a specially designed child restraint system and travel in the back seat. A team of German physicians __ ______ Second~Medical University Clinic inlfunich has developed a technique that stops internal bleeding without surgery. Dr. Peter Kiefhaber and his colleagues have combined Japanese and German technology to treat successfully some 50 patients. They use a Japanese endoscope and a German laser. The endoscope is a flexible .tube inserted through the patient 's mouth which enables the doctor to see the stqmach and other possible bleeding sites. An extremely fine quartz filament, "the light : transporter," conducts the laser beam to the bleeding site. ' . The strength and duration of the laser beam is determined by the physician. After a few seconds of laser treatment, the bleeding vessel seals shut. In the past 20 months, some 1400 ,.~-~. ___ Chinese have received permission to emigrate from Red China to Canada. A Chinese emigration candidate must prove to officials from both countries that he has relar tives who reside in Canada. Canada is the first Western nation to initiate with the Peking government a program of family reunification. Every six to eight weeks Canadian immigration official Donald Cameron-travels to Peking or Canton to oversee those Chinese waiting to emigrate. Canada's Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau suggested this arrangement in 1973 after Chinese in his own country; particularly in and around Vancouver, brought pressure. O LLOYD SHEARER 1976 An expert tells you how to get back in shape! Our files show that thousand* of men want to get back hi shape, but don't know how to go about it We decided to ask an expert, Mike Fntanlt, leading fitness authority. Here are his answers. Q. How cm I grt tack«"" «h«p«? · A. There is only one answer to that: get more exercise. Q. Won't sport* do the trick? A. Sure, sports axe great, provided you practice a "complete" sport like jogging, swimming or rowing a few hours every week. Unfortunately, most men don't have the time or energy for that. Q. How about calisthenics? A. Also very good, but even a beginner's program should comprise at least 200 to 300 repetitions. Most men find calisthenics tiring and boring and give up after a few workouts. Q. Isn't there an easier way? A. There is one outstanding home training method I use and recommend. It's fast, it's easy and it keeps you interested because during every workout you actually see your strength increasing on the built-in Powermeter gauge. Q. Whet's it called?. A. Bullworker* training. It's based on Isometric techniques which have been proven to increase strength three times faster than conventional methods. Q. How long don it take? A. The introductory "get back in shape" program requires only 70 seconds of exercise per day. The complete advanced training program takes about 5 minutes. Q. What kind of molts en I expect? A. After 2 or 3 weeks of introductory training, most men can see an increase in strength of around 10% and measure an extra inch or two of muscle on their shoulders, chest, biceps--and an inch or two less flab around the waist. Q. Bat it's hud work, isn't it? A. Absolutely not. Most men between 15 and 65 in good general health can run through the full program without getting tired. Bullworker training is progressive so " you perform better each time, yet the training always seems easy to you. Q. What can I expect fro* continiMd training? A. The sky's the limit. There are specialized exercises for building-up or trimming down any part of your body you want to: broad, muscular shoulders--bulging biceps, powerful wrists and forearms--a deep, manly chest tapering down to a flat, trim waist--muscular thighs and calves. ·You can expect strength increases of up to 4% a week; that's 50% in just three months and I have seen many men go on to double and even triple their strength. Sec your strength G-R-O-W-I-N-G day by day on the built-in patented POWERMETER ft.ll Q. How can I find out more about BnUworker? A. I suggest you write for the Free Booklet in color. It contains complete details about Bullworker training and tells you how you can try a Bullworker for two weeks in your own home without cost or obligation. B BULLWORKER SERVICE, 201 Lincoln BtaL, P.O. 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