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April 18, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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Increase in Iowa's VD Cases By Maria C. Misol (Drake University Journalism Student) DES MOINES — At the present rate, an Iowa high school student has a one in five chance of getting gonorrhea by his or her 25th birthday, according to health officials here. Reports for 1973 show 5,144 gonorrhea cases in the state compared with 6,136 in 1972. Reported veneral cases in the Carroll area in 1973 included: County Syph. Gon. Carroll 1 4 Sac 1 14 Calhoun 0 9 Greene 1 5 Guthrie 0 5 Audubon 0 3 Shelby 0 15 Crawford 2 10 However, the 1,042 decrease is not "real." Since April, 1973, preventively treated cases have not been recorded. Had they been, as they were Times Herald, Carroll, la. __ Thursday, April 18, 1974 / during 1950-1972, there would have been 6,674 cases — a 4.7 per cent increase over 1972. Gonorrhea and syphilis are the two most common forms of venereal disease (VD) in Iowa and in the nation. They are communicable diseases usually transmitted through sexual contact. There were 417 cases of syphilis reported in Iowa in 1973 and 482 in 1972, but officials at the Iowa State Health Department (ISHD) here point out that the actual number of cases may be two or three times the reported figure. Further data provided by the Venereal Disease Control Division of the ISHD indicate that in the past five years more than 85 per cent of the gonorrhea cases reported affected persons under 30. The figures are: 1973, 88.56 per cent; 1972, 86.27 per cent; 1971. 88.54 per cent; 1970, 87.08 percent; 1969,86.55 per cent. Other gonorrhea incidence averages, broken down by age group during the same period. FUNNY BUSINESS Business £r Professional Directory INTERNATIONAL Handling all phases el Travel NO CHARGE FOB OUB SERVICE 108 W 8th, Carroll 792-9742 BUY - SELL - TRADE USE THE DAILY TIMES HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS PH.: 792-3573 BOOKKEEPING FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT H&R BLOCK TAX CONSULTANT Carroll Manning 792-2770 Home 105 W. 6th St £53-1816 R. M WINJUM O D Optometrist Complete Vision Care including Contact Lenses Dial 792-3318 1 Block West of Sernett's COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Life — Accident and Health — Fire — Auto All Comrnerciol Line* Robert «.. Krous, Roy P. Len» Corrcll 792-2580 — dredo 673-4422 KRAUS & LENZ Insurance t l Are you a cautious investor looking for more income? * The Fund si-eks rurrent income by In- vestlne I" securities which are guaranteed bv the U.S. Government or Its Instrumentalities both ns to the payment of principal and Interest. * Dally Interest ucTrucd by the Fund on the 'portfolio securities. * .Minimum Investment: $2.10 b'or Kund Prospectus write: Americon Giowth Fund Sponsors, Inc. 611 North West St. (Professional Bide.) Carroll, Iowa 51401 Phone: 792-2866 Attention: Wayne Halbur, Mgr. FARM MANAGEMENT Hail Insurance Investments Stocks and Bonds Contact HARRY D. FRANK 2002 Creirview Drive 791-4400 Carrol* TYPEWRITER & ADDING MACHINE arroll SA LES and SERVICE vpewriler Cecil H. Cobble Own«r lemce 223 E. 5th, Carroll, Iowa 51401 Phone (712) 792-3248 No Charge For Estimate* DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Len.es - Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — S24 N Adams St. t Between Honnoseh Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williamii .Closed Sat. Afternoon. PHo™ 792-9709 C,r,o... .0*0 DR H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 792-9687 MS North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES Ralph M. Crone ATTORNIY-AT-LAW Dial 792-9277 5l6Vi N. AdamiSt. BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE Over Welter's Appliance Center Ph. 792-3105 IT'S TIME. FOR MMnJ .J To Hear the Farmer's Story First Hand (OPEM QOOK BOOKS TO PAGE 20 AMD TURM OM ' POCKET i v-n By HARRISON WEBER Iowa Daily Press Association (Iowa Daily Press Association) DES MOINES — National consumer advocates who have been harping about high term prices may soon have an opportunity to hear the farmers' story first-hand. When Mrs. Nancy Harvey Steorts, Assistant to the L'.S. Secretary of Agriculture ;or Consumer Affairs, was in Des Moines recently to promote Ag Day, she dropped a suggestion that something should be done to better inform the consumer leaders about tne tarm picture. Governor Robert Ray has picked up the challenge and the Iowa Development Commission is working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in putting together a program for about 25 consumer leaders. Tentative plans call for the consumer advocates to arrive in Des Moines on July 14 where they will be taken to Living History Farms west of Des Moines to see a farm which represents conditions back in the 1880's. After a barbecue with a group of farmers, each consumer advocate will be assigned to a farm couple and will go to the couple's farm. For the next day or so, the consumer advocate will live with the couple and have ample opportunity to ask questions about farming, such as the cost of machinery, fluctuations in the market, and how much profit they are making. The consumer leaders may even be called upon to help with the chores. ' It's hoped that the consumer leaders will have a chance to visit a grain elevator, a farm equipment retail store or a livestock marketing outlet. The agenda calls for the farmers' neighbors to drop in on the couple on the evening of July 15 for a discussion of the farm scene with the consumer advocate. The following day the farmer-hosts and the consumer leaders will meet at Iowa State University at Ames to learn about current agriculture research. Sponsors of the program are hopeful that this one-on-one approach will result in some meaningful dialogue on a national level between Iowa farmers and consumer advocates. were: 25-29-year-olds, 14.8per cent: 20-24 group, 40.8 per cent; 15-19 group, 30.7 per cent. The under-15 group averaged 1.2 per cent. Thirty-four counties did not report any syphilis cases in 1973; six did not have any gonorrhea cases. The six are Clarke, Fremont, Harrison, Howard, Lyon and Osceola, of which Clarke, Lyon and Osceola did not report syphilis, either. In contrast. Polk County reported 1,227 gonorrhea cases — the largest number in the state. Scott County was second with 612 cases. The VD problem is compounded by the lack of noticeable symptions, especially in women. Health officials indicated that as many as 8 our of 10 women may not present gonorrhea symptoms, but this does not indicate that they aren't going to pass on the infection or suffer its effects — which include sterility, crippling, blindness and death. In general. VDwill manifest itself several days or even weeks after the disease is contracted. Health officials here stressed the importance of seeking medical attention once a person suspects he or she may have VD. They indicated that a routine medical examination will not usually reveal the presence of syphilis or gonorrhea. Public health representatives can provide VD information or help to locate a physician in a given area. Also, they can arrange for payment of medical fees and treatment. They may be called collect. Calls are kept confidential. R, j. FERLIC, M.D. 715 M. Adorns—Corroll, low* Off let Heun: 9 to 12—1 to 5 General Practice—Obstetrics Fractures—X-Roys Office Dial 792-4120 Horn* Dial 792-3401 R. B. MORRISON, M.D 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa Gtntnl Practice) — Medicine Off let Phont. 7924543 — Homt 792-3630 Their location and phone numbers are: Burlington, (319) 752-4561; Cedar Rapids, (319) 398-2551; Council Bluffs, (712) 328-3194; Davenport, (319) 326-8618; Des Moines, (515) 281-3031 and 283-4964; Dubuque, (319) 583-3511; Iowa City, (319) 351-3085; Mason City, (515) 423-5406; Sioux City, (712) 277-2121, and Waterloo, (319) 291-2417. (Distributed by the Iowa Daily Press California Daily Sold by Graham Dean Graham M. Dean, a native of Lake View, has sold all of the stock of the Porterville Publishing Co.. Inc.. owner of the Porterville, Calif. Recorder and its supplemental publication. Porterville Weekly News-Shopping Guide, to Freedom Newspapers. Announcement of the sale, which was effective April 1. was made by Dean and C. H. Hoiles. chairman of Freedom, which now owns 22 dailies in nine states. The Porterville paper is a 10.250-circulation, afternoon publication. Dean is retiring after 50 years in the newspaper field. He was an executive with Speidel Newspapers for 25 years and then started acquiring dailies of his own. which included the Ashland (Ore.) Daily Tidings: Kreka (Calif.) Daily News; Artesia (N.M.) Daily Press, the Porterville Recorder and large semi-weeklies in Deming. New Mexico, the Graphic and the Headlight. All of the papers.except Porterville were sold several years ago. Some years ago Dean was also a writer of books for teen-agers, having published a total of 32. A City Within the City of Light By Rosette Hargrove PARIS (NEA) - This capital now boasts a super-modern "City-Within-a-City" — the International Convention Center, C.I.P. It stands on five acres once occupied by the old amusement complex Luna Park, which Parisians knew from the beginning of the century up until the outbreak of World War II. The center is only a few minutes walk from the Arc de Triumph, the Champs Elysees and the Bois de Boulogne, with its renowned outdoor restaurants and boating lake. Experts in the convention business predicted that by 1985, international gatherings would be drawing something like 10 million people, about four times the figure for the early '70s. So Paris looked ahead and decided to build the C.I.P. The city donated this outstanding site and the Paris Chamber of Commerce sponsored the project. Cost of this "Palace of the Thousand and One WARNING TEST MANNING — Manning will conduct a weather warning test with a siren blast at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 24. It will be an uninterrupted three minute blast of the fire siren. In the future, if this three minute uninterrupted blast is heard, it is a warning to alert everyone that serious weather conditions prevail in the form of a tornado, high winds or some other danger. During the night police keep a watch on the weather and if necessary will set off the siren. Communications" is given as around $100 million. Far in advance of its time in design this complex, unique in Europe, can accommodate 5,000 people and afford every communication facility that modern technology can offer. The grand auditorium is the heart of the center. Equipped with a stage measuring over 1,800 square feet, it also has an orchestral pit which can accommodate 120 musicians and be raised to floor level for concerts. The giant hall can seat up to 4,300 people but can also be adjusted to a 1,500-seat capacity. Each seat has six language simultaneous translating capacity. Surrounding the main conference hall on the first level is a series of exhibition halls. Here scientists, artists and others may display their works. About 100 offices and business suites with adjoining reception room are available to conference organizers and businessmen needing a Paris base temporarily. Some offices can be transformed into small conference rooms for 20 or 30 people. The city-within-a-city is no exaggeration. With 80 boutiques in the complex, there is no need to rush around getting tired out. Every gift problem or personal need can be satisfied without loss of time. The shopping arcade includes a Travel Bureau, branches of the leading air lines, a post office, bank hairdressers and the like. And for relaxation, the center has a gymnasium, swimming pool and saunas, as well as a discotheque, a "brasserie" which stays open until the wee hours and four cinemas showing the latest films from many countries. Multilingual hostesses are on hand, as well as act as shopping counsels. Nothing, it seems, has been forgotten. A competent medical service is on hand 24 hours a day. An equally modern hotel, the Concord-LaFayette, dominates the C.I.P. with its 400-foot tower. A four-star establishment of 1,000 rooms, with superb views over Paris, the Bois de Boulogne, and the Defense skyscraper area to the West. Then there are the banquet rooms on the top floor providing a panoramic view of Paris. On the terrace next to these delegates have the choice of three restaurants. Finally, the new palace will be the center of intense artistic activity. As of this month, the Paris Symphony Orchestra will give its concerts there and there are also bookings for ballets, recitals and theatrical productions. All Hems may not be available at all slalionslores Oiler limited to quantities available Limit right reserved AUTOMOTIVE SALE! PRICES GOOD APRIL 18-22, 1974 SELF-BUTTERING CORN POPPER BREAD PASTRY TOASTER PfMNZDH ""oroRoii, PENNZOIL or QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL 20W or SOW MOTOR OIL REG. 59c REG. 99c 12-OZ. LIQUID; 8-OZ. CREAM Turtle WAX 77 C i *EA. REG. 97c 15-OZ. CONCENTRATED STP Oil Treatment 66 REG. $1.29 FAMOUS BRAND 12-VOLT SEALED BEAMS i i EA. 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Inc.' si'll-bulliinni) corn poppi.T that coals every KIMIIL>| will! yoodnoss llv; pressure-Ik) two-lu-Uiivcup (;leclnc cofleemaker 1 (plus applicable sales lax) Four ol Unlays inosbwanlod apphancos-aml you can lake; yout pick whi-n you siivo now at CommiMcial FnO- t.'ral Como in soon opon a new account or add to your prosonl one earn tho lop ralos paid on insured savings and choose the appliance you want 1 SUPPLY IS LIMITED .SO HURRY' REG. $1.44 ASSORTED STYLE ncvj. \f> i .*t»t /~\o«_>v_/i i i i—L> v_> i i u-u- , ^^^^^ ^^^^ SUNGLASSES 99 c PR. tliit pc-/ family M.iiHnl only oufsic/i; ol OOIHJ/.I-. ,uut S.i//iy Coumutt. NubiMkii. ami Po/fa*vj».iniit? County. '«**• Allow Ihnnf wtmkt, lor ilvltvoty ) We pay you a lot more interest than any bank. ANY bank! Commercial Federal Savings and Loan Association Assets over $480,000,000! >. HOME OFFICE. 45ttl AND DODGE. OMAHA. 68132'PHONE 1402! 558-5400 CARROLL

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