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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 The Cedar Rapids Thurs.. May 39. 1974 For Better Health The Number j [he Investor's Quide Of Allergens Is Countless SEVENTEEN by Bernard Lansky I Explosion Rips House of Widow Of Muralist B> Sain ShuKkv i Q I am J i Dr. S L. Andcliiun :u; j N cvumW Thev I msur.uue liSii :i I.I! m.Ml.-v Sam Shulskv Dr. S. L. Andelman i V 1 think re- -liiuin j MlS.Kci ..v M ...ir I i Y... w ..pi-rav- n.iw ;.-it :i iv 'helpful if you now M-! I'M.Lv- I; >iu: ni'.ec.d -'-'I the Neaix "'i i a MMU to --A ,v -T React Differently I People rt-act differently to allergens. One person may he only slightly upset from eatins? an egg but another could become violently ill from a small '.race of egs; in salad dressing. There are many unknown factors about why someone suddenly becomes allergic to something. Alfergic diseases are not usually fatal, but they can cause a great deal of discom- fort and suffering. Although worry and stress might be a contributing factor, allergies are not imaginary. They are very real to the sufferer. Avoid it Sometimes ihe patient knows what the allergen is and can avoid it. Sometimes it takes many tests before a physician can decide what the person is allergic to. Medical care is necessary in all cases for relief of discomfort and ior protec- tion against future attacks. If you suspect you're allergic in something, see your doctor. Self-diagnosis and self-treat- ment are futile and some- times dangerous. Boxed-ln Pipes Exposed pipes in a basement can be neatlv boxed in. return on riv :n mean capiuii an- i !iua! income !ro-n nv.i n-! or r ilnn'i wan; mure :n- cniiu- Von wan; for u.'vip.eni in the future. And liie >o'.i tan for capital L'ain is io the owner, nr part-owner, of Miniethmi: which ymi hope appreciate in Since. I lake it. you art- no! thinking of going into buMm-s for yourself, you must coni-ider acquiring part ownership of businesses run by others That means i-ommon shares. A stamped. em elope will bring >ou a oi companies which, in the have shown King-u'rin Q 1 own >evera! shares of Kerr-McGtv stock which were left me. 1 know- mulling about stock except that these shares Day only about 70 cents a >ear in dividends. Should 1 hold them' A KerrOlrGee common is rated highly (A-i and represents ownership of a company inipurtant in ihe oil I and uranium industries. Earn- ings have risen steadily and therefore the stock is con- j sidered a growih-iype invest- ment and no! a source of high income. up in >ou io decide you want your money to do for you. If you need maximum current income, it is not the stock for you. If you want io 111 an important LTowiii industry, it .Municipal bonds: A bund stled bv 3 state or u L-JIV MI- ;i Whirlpool AIR CONDITIONERS SAVE NOW ON WHIRLPOOL'S PRE-SEASON AIR CONDITIONER SALE. SAVINGS GALORE ON MODELS OF B.T.U. OVER! APPLIANCE SPECIALTIES CORPORATION 5519 Center PL Rd. HE (319) 393-2916 OPEN TONITE 'TIL 8 P.M. MKXK i> CITY I Al'l A .iliil li'illic I powerful cxpluMoM dcMrmed I ..'u'm'ii ''.I <.r.iM-d In ;i liiinili Hill MrMcan i -.ud i Mr- KJIIITM Hiirtjul...... a alone in ihi'i of She ill downtown Mexico 1'ity when 1 the biaM iK'turird. and wa- not hurt de-ks and iiainl- "...Yes, Laurie lives here...mostly on this very spot where I'm standing at the FIRST CHIRCH OFTHENAZARENE 3113-1st AVE. S.W. 36-1-0633 ftrefents: "THIEF IN THE NIGHT" SUNDAY JUNE 2 A.M. We have moved to a New Location BUI Malloy at 229 Second Ave. SE Come and VIlit Usf Malloy Jewelers 229 Second Avenue SE 362-3870 Enroll Depositor First Tru Blue Shield Plan thru- Regardless of past or present Health Condition Regardless of Age And with automatic payment of Dues from your Checking Account LIMITED ENROLLMENT PERIOD ihe limited enrollment oerioti will be frcrr. June 4. 1974 io June 26 1974: reoreseniatives of Blue Cross-Blue Snielo will be in our main bank. "201 Third St. S E Csdsr Rapids, and our Ely office in Ely lews, every Tuesday. Wednesday, and Friday during the enrollment from a.rr TO a rn Information may also be 51 our office 5- '820 First Ave. N E Ceda' Rapics Blue Cross Blue Shield Working together for your well being. Take advantage of FREE CHECKING and many other new banking benefits as a member of the New Outlooks Club First Trust and Savings Bank 1201 THIRD ST. S.E. 1820 FIRST AVE. N.E. 1600DOWSST. ELY, I A. 364-Q101
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