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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., April 9, 1974 For Better Health Indigestion May Resulf From Eating Too Fast By Dr. S.L. Andelman What we call indigestion may simply be the result of having stantly monitoring their bodily eaten too much too fast. The collection of symptoms we lump together as due to bloating, intestinal noises, belching, heartburn, generalized abdominal aching can be Dr. S. L. Andelman warnings of many different kinds of trouble, both inside and outside the digestive system. The term indigestion er roneously implies either that the food one has eaten is not digest- ible or that one's digestive process is not working. Actual- ly, the well-known symptoms are much more likely to be due to irritation, spasm or a combi- nation of both. Anyone whose abdominal discomfort keeps coming back day after day needs the attention of a doctor. A careful physical examination, plus a thorough medical history, may be necessary. Early Sign Although this may entail time, trouble and expense, the patient should remember that so-called indigestion is often an early sign of serious disease, or at least an indication that he should change his living habits. actually enjoy poor health. Kor them, complaining and con- WIN AT BRIDGE functions may serve a deep psy- chological need. Others may develop digestive symptoms, with or without ulcers, because they are sub- jected to more stress than they can manage. Some are natural expert at mak- ing mountains out of molehills. By Oswald James Jacoby North put down the dummy and remarked, "I wish I could take back my four-heart bid." South replied, "I feel the same way about my five-heart bid, but we should make it anv- way.'1 He took the diamond lead and the pressures and their altemp to appear calm only add to th inner turmoil. Still others ar nervous perfectionists, wh create their own pressures an inflict them on others as well as themselves. promptly Some of the causes digestion are anemia, of in- peptic ulcer, liver disease, gallbladder infection, appendicitis, kidney disease, allergy, cancer of the stomach or intestines and mis- use of drugs or alcohol. So-called acute indigestion, with cramps, vomiting and diar- rhea, is most likely to be due to bacterial food poisoning. Too much food or too much alcoho sometimes has the same disast- rous effect. Many years ago, reports of death from acute in- digestion were quite common Probably most of those deaths were due to heart attacks, since pain and nausea are common Review Board Will Accept Tax Petitions Petitions to the Cedar Rapid board of review on property a, sessments may be filed begin ning Tuesday, Cily Assesso Dale Piersall said Monday. Deadline is May 5. All petitions must be in writ ing. Forms will be available it Piersall's office, on the fift: Hoor of city hall, beginninj April 16. The board of review has thi lower to equalize assessment raising or lowering the indi viduai -assessments of property This includes land, build- ings, personal property and the addition to the assessment rolls of any taxable property which had previously been omitted. Since 1974 is not an assess symptoms bosis. of coronary throm- Emotional Some patients will continue to have symptoms, even after careful examination has ruled out the serious causes of in- digestion. The relationship be- tween the emotions and the di- gestive tract has been known as long as there has been language to express it "I'm worried "It's enough to turn your "He gives me a "You've spoiled my ap- petite" these expressions are part of everyday speech. Some of the people with unex- plained indigestion are probably out-and-out hypochondriacs who ment year, the board's power is united to making adjustment, only in those cases where then las been a change -of value. This is interpreted by thi state department of revenue as destruction or removal of a juilding by fire or flood, loss of and due to washing away bj currents, voluntary razing of a building not being replacec or a disaster over which the property owner has no control. Also considered are new structures built since the lat- est assessment review. Any petition must be based on one of the following five rea- sons: (1) The assessment is in- equitable compared to that oi five similar properties in the taxing district; (2) The property is assessed for more trjan the value authorized by law; (3) The property is not assessable; (4) There is an error in the as- sessment; (5) There is fraud, in :he assessment. Members of the board, which will hold its organizational meeting May 1 at eily hall, are J. Thomas Hoegen, Leo "C. Peiffer, L. P. Boudreaux, Abbott Lipsky and James W. Persons with questions abqut he procedure should telephone :he assessor's office, 398-5031. played his East ace and NORTH (D) 9 4KJ7 VJ543 5 AK1052 WEST EAST A 4 109643 T-10862 t7 KQJ93 48762 Q74 SOUTH VAKQ9 A104 63 East-West vulnerable West North East South Pass It Pass Pass Pass 4T Pass 5Y Pass Pass Pass Opening K Bicentennial j Post Given to Mayor Canney Mayor Don Canney has been appointed regional co-chairman of the Mayor's American Revo- lution Bicentennial committee petitions asking that the depart- mental grievance committee be spade and the silence for ihs next few minutes could almost be cut by a knife. Then South led a spade. West was in with the ace and it was of the U.S. Conference of [Mayors. The appointment was an- inounced Monday by Mayor Roy 'B. Martin, jr., of Norfolk, Va., president of the conference. The committee will coordinate jthe activities of designated bi- centennial communities as plans are formulated for the 1976 celebration. his turn to think. Finally he led a second diamond which dummy ruffed. The next play was the king of spades from dummy. This gave iVest an excellent chance to let South make his contract. All he lad to do would be to ruff that spade, but West had thought hings out carefully. He discard- ed a club. Dummy's jack of spades was ed next. West ruffed this time and led a third diamond to force dummy to ruff with its last rump. Dummy was down to clubs. South had to lead five ace, dng and another and there was no way to keep West from scor- ng the setting trick with his 10 if trumps. The bidding has been: 9 West North East South Dble. Pass 14 Pass Pass Pass You, South, hold: What do you do now? four spades. This method of getting to four spades shows a stronger hand than an immedi- ate foui-spade bid would have shown. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two spades your partner has jumped lo three spades over your Iwo-club call. "What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Reisner Charged with Damage to Building Richard Reisner, 33, of 729 Memorial drive SE, has been charged with malicious injury to a building in connection with breaking of a window early Sat- urday at Wendy's Lounge, 6900 Mt. Vernon road SE. Aulhorities were told Reisner stuck his fist through a win- woman companion. The defendant also was charged with attempting to elude police, disobedience of a traffic signal and resisting ar- rest. He was released from the county jail after posting bond. Authorities in Mexico Arrested for Killings MEXICO CITY (AP) 50 persons, including the mayor }aTr and former police chief of a Public Works Employes Ask Wage Increase Representatives of employes in the city's public works de- partment have asked the city council for an increase in sa- laries and fringe benefits. The letter asking for the in- creases was accompanied by authorized to discuss the raises with the city council. There were 89 signatures on the peti- tion; there are about 120 em- ployes in the department. The council granted a 1974 increase of 6.5 percent for all employes in civil service labor grade 19 or lower, and a four percent increase for higher grades. "Insufficient" In the letter, the public works representatives said the 6.5 per- cent increase is insufficient, and 'the four percent increase is un- southern Mexican city, have been arrested in an investiga- tion of a gang believed responsi- ble for between 200 and 300 killings, police said Saturday. dow after a disagreement with a The gang, which officials said operated in and around the town of Tapachula 550 miles south- east of Mexico City, was known as The Black Hand. Want to rent your garage? A ivant ad will do it quickly and at tow cost. Dial 398-8234. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS for News, Sports, Bookkeeping, General Infor- mation and Offices Not Listed Below Coll ............................398-8211 Circulation-Subscription Depl.......398-8333 Mon. thru Sal. 6 am! to 7 p.m. Sundays Until 12 Noon Holidays 11 am to 7p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday until 12 Noon Display Advertising................398-8222 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nation Office ....................398-8UO Due to an 8.8 percent cost of living and a three percent deval- uation of he dollar, they said, a 12 percent increase is neces- costs and' maintain our al- ready low standard of living." The letter said many em- ployes have been forced to take second jobs and are looking for new employment. Ask Holiday The employes also requested additional compensation for workers on the night shifts, and for mechanics who must pro- vide their own tools. The letter also asked that the day after Thanksgiving be made an official holiday. That.day has been given to employes by sary to keep pace with rising order of the council in recent years, but the employes said they would like it made an of- ficial holiday so they could be sure they have the day off when planning holiday activities. Finally, the letter asked for a change in the longevity pay sys- tem, eliminating differences based on rank. The benefit is solely for length of service, the employes said, which is the same regardless of rank. "The First Time We Have Used Want Ads... Had Fast Results" 1971 CLASSIC Irovel trailer fully self contained with anti-sway hitch and transmission cooler. S1700. Coll SOLON TRAVEL TRAILER SOLO FIRST DAY Gazette want ads serve folks in 16 Eastern Iowa counties. To order your action-ad dial 398-8234. Tree Seeding TOKYO (AP) Chinese pilots iave dropped hundreds of tons f tree seeds this year in ac- ordance with Chairman Mao's all to "cover tlie country with a Peking broadcast said. 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