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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 9, 197

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, December 9, 1 9T

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Bad vibes

Highway hookers beckon to
lonely truck drivers via radio

CHICAGO OP) - Screaming
kids are more than a bother -
they may be a health hazard
to themselves.
Dr. Robert Toohill of the Med-
Ical College of Wisconsin, Mil-
waukee, says children who
shout, talk loudly and incessant-
ly or scream may develop nod-
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IN A REPORT in the October
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laryngology, published by the
American Medical Association,
Toohill says about one per cent
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of all children develop vocal
nodules, which result in a
hoarse, raspy voice.
He studied 77 children who
had the problem and found that
boys outnumbered girls three to
one and that it reaches a peak
between ages five and ten.
Other researchers have found
that psychological factors, such
as anxiety and stress at home
or school, contribute to devel-
opment of vocal nodules.
AND TOOHILL, an ear, nose
and throat specialist, found that
in 66 of those he studied, the
parents reported such personal-
ity traits as aggressiveness, hy-
peractivity, nervousness, tense-
ness, frustration or emotional
disturbance.
Sixty-two were described as
being screamers, incessant
talkers or loud talkers.
The physician noted also that
63 of the 77 had older brothers
or sisters or both which might
contribute to the kind of atmos-
phere in which the child has to
compete for attention.
"THE development of vocal

nodules corresponds to the age
at which children enter, group
activities," the physician ob-
served. "The problem is fre-
quently not apparent until the
child enters school and has to
cope with groups on a regular
basis," he added.
In only three patients could
abrupt circumstances be related
to the onset of symptoms, the
physician said.
One boy abused his voice
while playing quarterback for a
football team. One noted hoarse-
ness after singing. A girl
strained her voice during play-
acting.
Various types of therapy are
used to treat the problem. These
involve speech therapists, social
workers, psychologists and psy-
chiatrists and, in rare cases,

DALLAS (UPI)-Truck driv-, must have talked wth her a
ers think the seductive young dozen times," he said.
voices beckoning over their citi- The Federal Communications
zens band radios belong to Commission (FCC) has been in-!
highway hookers. vestigating the reports o' pros-
Officials think it's just a teen- titutes using CB rado to makel
age tease, but Texas trucker their pitches.

flash his lights atba car full
young grls in the parking 1
"But in all the incidents *
watched, -as soon as the tfru
pulled in the girls would te
the hell out of there. I me
they flat floorboarded those ca

Bob Smith says he knows of at
least one voice that's no joke.
SMITH, who drives regularly
through 18 states, says it's not
uncommon to hear a female
voice come on the CB receiver
offering a little company to the
lonely truckers.
He tells about a certain lady
who makes an explicit pitch ot?
157 near Effingham, Ill.
"She'll ask if you're an 18-
wheeler and you say, yeah, and
she'll ask if you'd like a little
entertainment. She'll tell you
wha t'l t nct$15 00M and ev-

"WE'RE NOT sure yet. We to get as far away as fast
know in some cases they are they could."
girl juveniles just teasing the PRYON the FCC is
truckers," says Carl Pryon, dis- R says
trict head of the FCC. sure whataction, if any, can
"But we haven't ruled out the taken against the callers.
possibility that the monitors are "It's not against the law
pickng up signals from pimps tease truckers. These girls a
trying to get hold of prostitutes, probably in their family ca
or prostitutes trying to solicit and their parents are licens
business." operators.
Pryon said the Dallas Com- "If the conversation is ji
munity Radio Watch used mo-isgetvadntocr
bile monitors and direction-find- ugreist much we can do.c
ing equipment to investigate the n n
incidents. . But, Pryon said if genui

surgeons. vnaL1 iIL, 01w. , uvU
Some of the children observed erything right over the radio."
by Toohill improved just as SMITH SAID the voice invites
much without treatment as the trucker to pull over at a
those who received treatment. freeway rest stop where, he
The nodules often disappear said, he has seen a car parked
when the voice changes at pub- on many of his trips.
berty. "I never stopped myself but I

BOB HITCH, head of the
CRW, said the monitors usually
tracked the voices to truck
stops.
"We sat and listened to the
exchanges, and after a while
some truck would pull in and

prostiuear found solicit
over' the air waves, the F
could take some action.
"Well," he said. "We co
probably lift their license.
against the law to advertise
CB channels."

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