Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 18, 1974, Page 24

Cedar Rapids Gazette

June 18, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa a 12 Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., June IS. 1971 WIN AT BRIDGE Bv Osuald & James Jacoby We are indebted to Jan Wohlin of Stockholm for today’s hand South gets to a good three notrump contract after a Stayman response to his opening notrump bid He started out correctly by uinning the club lead in his nun hand The next three 18 KAST * Kf> V K 10 8 5 ♦ .1876 A 862 NORTH A y 108 4 V 74 ♦ K 109 5 2 A A 4 W KST A A J 7 .1 V 96 3 ♦ 4 ♦ Q J 1095 SOI TH (O' ♦ 962 V NQJ 2 ♦ A Q 3 ♦ K 73 Neither vulnerable West    North    Kast    South I \ T Pass    2*    Pass    2* Pass    3 N    T.    Pass    Pass Pass Opening lead —4Q For Better Health Reactions to Mosquito Bites Vary In People By Dr. S. L. Andeitnan Mosquitoes are one of the few bad aspects of warm weather — especially if you seem to attract mosquitoes wherever you go. Some species of mosquitoes transmit serious diseases, but it’s ordinary mosquito bites that bother most of us. Mosquitoes attack exposed parts of the body, including tin' face, neck, forearms and legs and can even bite through thin clothing. Only female mosquitoes are bloodsuckers; males subsist on the nectar of flowers Reactions Reactions to bites vary in til-, tensity Most victims develop a welt. or hive1, redness, small. raised lumps and itching. If you can't resist scratching the bite, you may develop pus-filled lumps or papules that \vill persist for some time Secondary infections such as impetigo, furunculosis or der matitis may also result from scratching. Location of the bites may also influence the intensity of a person’s reac tion — bites on the ankles and legs are more severe than those on other parts of the* body because' of the relatively sluggish circulation in the legs. For that reason, there’s more likelihood of hemorrhage and the formation of ulcers after bites on the legs and ankle's. Hypersensitive people may develop systemic reactions such as fever and malaise Treatment Treatment for mosquito bites is usually directed to relieving the itching. Lotions and ointments which contain camphor, menthol and phenol are helpful. Doctors may also prescribe antihistamines and other medications, but a simple first-aid treatment is to apply an ice cube to the area of the bite They'll Do It Every Time NEIGHBOR MUSRLEVfc STATION WAGON EVERY WEEK OR 60— Tow GOOP OC MUSH NEEPER A CAR TIO GO TO THE SURER.-MART" 6 OO-O-O- bt VG. MCCOX. •iOAP Co-VV. we MINE IS IN THE I lAk- !NW    ’ , ^vndMttc. inc 1974 Wot Vou can protect yourself from mosquito bites by using one of the many repellents that can be rubbed or sprayed onto the skin and clothing. Repellents containing a chemical called diet hy Hoi -namide (HEET) are considered to be the most effective. Asks Choke-Savers' For Restaurants HOSTON (Al*) - A state legislator wants to require restaurants to have “choke-savers’’ on hand in case patrons gag on a piece of food. “The bill would save the lives of many people who literally bite off more than they can chew," said Rep. Belden Bly. He said choking on food is the sixth largest cause of accidental death in the country Bly said the instruments, which cost about $8 each, are pushed down the victim s throat to remove lodged food. We Buy Coins! (any condition) Any Silver Coins - DIMES-QUARTERS-HALF DOLLARS $2.50 for $1.00 Worth of Silver Coins (1964 or Earlier) Silver Dollars 1935 or Earlier $3.00 ea. Gold Pieces, Will Adjust We’ll Pay I '/?c for Wheatback Pennies OPEN: Tuesday & Wednesday Only 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Holiday Inn Rm. 104 365-9440 tricks were taken bv his ace arid queen of diamonds and dummy’s king. A fourth diamond lost to East's jack A club was led back to dummy’s ace and the fifth diamond cashed. A successful heart finesse gave him his seventh trick, but the king failed to drop under the ace arid he had to go down one. Mr. Wohlin points out that South would have made his contract in spite of the bad break, if he just stopped to think when West showed out on the second diamond. South should simply overtake his queen with dummy’s king; take a heart finesse and lead his three of diamonds to dummy’s nine. East would win and lead a club to dummy’s ace. South would cash the last two diamonds and then take a second heart finesse. The whole point would be that South would make the same four diamond tricks but would get one more heart trick. The bidding has been    18 West    North    Kast    South 14    Dbl**    Pass    9 / You, South, hold 4 6 5 4 * K J 4 3 2 ♦ A Q 9 7 X 3 What do you do now? A-Bid two spades. Your hand is too good for a jump to either three or four hearts. TODAY S QI KST ION You bid two spades and your partner bid* three clubs. What do you do now “ Answer Tomorrow Laotian Voted To West Point WASHINGTON (AP) -Authority for a top Laotian general’s son to attend West Point has been voted by the house over objections that foreigners should not be allowed in when U. S women aren’t. The bill permitting Van ( hong, an honor student at Staunton Military Academy in Virginia, to attend West Point was approved 294 to IDI. He is the son of Gen. Vanh Pao, commander of Moo tribesmen who fought North Vietnamese forces in northern Laos Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-( olo ) and Charles Wilson (D-( alif ) objected that foreign students should not be permitted to attend ll. S service academies when women aren’t allowed ON THIS DATE in 1812. the I United States declared war j against Britain    j LAFF - A - DAY “Here s a card from the public library., your book ‘Roof Repairs Made Easy’ is two weeks overdue ” XMnge/ti for the Finest  in Paints Now some jobs are worth more in today's Army. Take a look at the challenging jobs below. Not everyone can get them. You must qualify first. But, if you can, you'll be eligible for our $ 1500—$2500 "Cash Bonus Option!' And most of the jobs are open to women. The amount of bonus depends on the job. You'll be expected to serve a 4-year enlistment. But, the bonus will be paid in a lump sum when you complete your training. (In most cases 16 weeks.) You'll receive expert instruction. You'll be trained with the actual equipment you'll use on the job. And you'll learn a skill that could lead you to a successful career rn civilian life, as well as the Army. Here are some of the jobs: • Construction Machinery • Radar Crewman Operator Missile Crewman Missile Repairman Electronic Repairman Electrical Instrument Repairman Radio Teletype Operator Map Draftsman Radar Mechanic Radio Mechanic Electronic Technician Telephone Repairman Tank Mechanic Electrical Plant Operator Inventory Clerk Asb your Army Representative about oar $1500-$2500 w Cash Bonos Option' Or call 800-523-4800. In Pa., 800-462-4955. The jobs are demanding. But the rewards are great ;