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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa for Better Health Patients Should Investigate People Offering Miracles By Dr. AndHiiian V, ir 'I lien appeal am e ma.', he treatments are kep! linn; the "rociiiit'd ami public Hut .Inn waul Their AT BRIDGE !iie are !'i he (Ipportunisls nl.irliinateh mv an .iiiiiienlir nieilu-al decr K> IKHiilll 4, .laillf, .Ijciihy Man 7. wii.i .ijl llir illumines HI tin- u! aueUun bridge rejnarkeil "I'm yhitl I diilu'i try fur sru-n I M-e a etiuple tit Imrssi'n inaila- itif hni uiiel! i (flayi llns liaiul fm MilliMi hack in liiL'J. he had all the (messes wnmi' I 'Inn'I nee'l Iliem flic nnesse.'-. uiii.lu draw Imesse 111 Dr. Andelman trump tu dummy's nilieil H HEATHCLIFF lie precise nlflt es in- IIIMCe j, luniis anil professional appear lie-: Ui.m a plr.s, flan's Rut the and itam e is docsn', mean ihe pracnt'nnc .1- ill me 'i.e. [.i.; a lUoic up. the snake ml peddler pnrtumMs and dishtnicst per- Quarks and charlatans ,1111 m prnlesvun In the Illlue to the public nut ol jinweu-l1. Iheir niniic> and male. these people .ire in ihe their health nmmnu llfien these men lurk heh.nd IJuackci exists n, make ML' titles and lanc nut lu provide help tu i 'I'leen ul diaiiiiinds as heads n( maiikitid It can ennlitme I the sp.ide I! jieuple .iliiuS it li In ul Hie existence ul1 qiiaiks 7 unethical medical practices, a chili lie cashed Ills i-epiir! then, tu Hie '.....I'lililps. li III est mat n: I he American Medical ASSII nr in i lllinl kin-. ulher respunsililc a-cncu- j Mnal1 .....______ .....___ niffed thai small diaiiuuid ON THIS DATK in IHIIT. the lureniinicr ul the I1 S air lurce cslalilishcd the The aenniaulical isnm cun- sisled id' iiue uiTiccr and rrauil: that m, Mich deL.'1'ees exist, nr thai a certain decree uas ciinferreil nr thai the fnundatiun is nut leui- limale. Yet feu pcnple lake the time In nnesliniile. They dini'l want In shaller the hnpes they have liuilt. Listen Carefully Yim can spot and stnp illtaekery by listening carefully In whal the quack tells ynu. then clieckint; il with a res- pected medical authority. The (inuck nflen uses a special nr "secrel" fnniuila nr machine lie claims can cure disease. He may pfumise an instant and easy way In health. Quacks nfteii advertise with testimnnials shnwint; benefi- cial results; sometimes the persnns mentioned have ac- tually died from what they were tn have been cured of. Some charlatans refute scien- tifically accepted modes of diagnosis or treatment and many limes claim thai reputa- ble medical groups are them. Remember, if any legitimate new method is ailable. it will be tested for effectiveness by medical and MIKTII i 4713 I K i WKST KASI i i KS'M 4 I j Ml 71, i j SOI III I V KIM 7 I A 4 .1 1 ;i Nnrlh Snulli 14 Pass 2V fa--. lit I'a- I'a- llpemill' lead- K would be away inim Ins nsjhl up to ace-iinecn If In led a diamond, would rnli wilh dummy's last U nmp. discard his of spades and make the Incks with tin- ace ul spades Irnmps Tin- tii'idiiiu has been Nn.-l Kusl Sonll I'ass -U Pass Von. South, hold A (I li 5 4 li S 1 A K 2 Whal do von du nnw" bid six spades. Yinir [nu'lnrr has shown strong spade support willnitil much in eiirrls. TODAY'S (JtESTION Instead of bidding four spades. nn partner has responded two clubs tu your one spade. What do von du now1' x HEATHCLIFF HA5 PISCOVEREI? ANOTHER U6E Legislators Turn Down Pay Hikes New Xi-a- lanct (AP) The memhers of New Zealand's parliament have turned down pay raises. Their salaries are fiuiipared annually uilh thtist> in other fields and adjusted, and Prime Minister Norman Kirk report I'd that the lawmakers were to 1-1 percent behind. Bui he said the memhers from his Labor parly had agreed In set an example for the country mil acceptiiiK a raise. Opposition leader .lulin (lor- diin said his parly feels the same wav. ICAN BLEND 86 PROOF 1971 CALVERT DIST. CO.. LOUISVILLE, KV. Whiskey 20% off every coat in stock, '40 and up. Reg. to We hove smart wool meltons, zip-up nylons, synthetic or reai susdes and leathers, lake furs and more Inducing ihe classic trench with tie belt. In ail Ihe latest fall colors and patte-ns Misses and junior sizes fhe Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs.. Aug. 1, 1S74 9 JCPenney 1 1 Y- entire line of girls' back-to-schoof dresses Flexxtra" nylon panfihose Reg. 1.29 Sale 4 for Save 1.1 6 Reg. Sale 4 for Save girls' boys' 20% off all boys' light-weight jackets, Super Pensnfjeans. Sale 8-20 reg. 6.59, sale Pre-school sizes 3-7, reg. Sale 4.23 Boys' denim western jacket is polyester- cotton Sage Reg. and slim sizes 8-14 reg. 6.00, Sale I.SfJ Pre-school reg. and slim sizes 3-7, Reg. S5, Sale S4 Husky Sizes 8-14, Reg. 6.50, Sale 5.20 Boys' Super Denim jeans are a lab-tested heavyweight blend of polyester-cotton. Slur 2.19 3 for 1.75 3 to 2.49 3 lor 1.91 3fm28S 3 for 2.31 3 tor 2.39 Sizes 4-16 20% off all fabrics reg. yd. and up. 3.98 I 5.98 6.'98 7.98 i 8.98 11.98 20% off all men's J short sleeve knit shirts Reg. Sale Save 3.15 4.78 5.58 6.35 7.18 9.58 SI 1.20 1.40 1.63 1.80 2.40 20% off men s jeans and casual slacks Sale 6.38 7.18 7.98 8.80 Save 1.60 1.80 S2 2.20 Save 20% on all multi speed bikes Men's 26" Women's 26" Men's 26" Men's 26" Women's 26" Men's 26" Women's 26" Men's 27" iO speed 10 speed 10 speed 3 speed 3 speed i speed 5 speed 10 speed Reg. IS.99 Rej. 19.99 Rej. 84.99 Reg 61 99 Reg. 6! 99 Reg. 19.99 Reg. 19.99 Res 89.99 Sale 63.99 Sale 63.99 Sale 67.99 Sale 54.39 Sale 54.39 Sale 63.99 Sale 63.98 Sale 71.99 Save. JIG Save SU Save 13.50. Save U.GO Save SIS SaveSIG Save SIS In Carton Prices Assembly Charge It at JCPonnoy, 109-Socond St. S.E. or Patio Shop Corner of 2nd Ave. and 5th St. S.E. Open 5 Nights A Week Monday thru Friday Saturday 9-5 Sunday 12-5
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