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Cedar Rapids Gazette Newspaper Archive: October 11, 1974 - Page 7

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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Earguards Protect The Ears H> Dr. Anilcliiiiin Ilic nicisl iiniiiirliinl tiling vim ran do (n nniti'i-t your The answer In that   hnmr and keep and dry. I Never hit anyone on Ihe ear or head with an object nr your hand. If your cars are "runny" slay indnors. li Blow your nose gently, lean forward and blow both sides of your nose at once. 7 Stay mil of swimming pools if yon have a cold nr if your ears are stopped up. -S Seek medical help when yon have an earache. It I'arenls should advise their children lo speak up about hearing problems. Wait I'nfortunalely. too many of us ignore our ears unless they hurt, or unless deafness gels so had Iha1 our relations with family and friends are sirained. Kvcn then, some people put off visiting tile ear specialisl nr otologist I'eople who can't hear well and deny the fael nflen liaie related emotional problems which come Ihrongh to Ihose around them as impatience nr crakiness. Hemembcr that the stigma assncialcd willi deaf- ness is due to Ihose who do nnlhing abonl their hearing problem. This is inconsiderate nf others and a disservice lo themselves. Dr. Andrlinun welcome's Id- lers nullinini; problems which hr may discuss in future columns, lie regrcls. however, that he cannot personally answer mail. lo him in care (if The II0 YKAHS AGO Nazi forces were reported abandon- ing all of (Ireece in an attempt lo escape a rinsing Balkan trap. Big George! Virgil Partch 'Haunted1 Chair Draws To Small Town The Cellar Itaplds r'ri., Oct. II, hat secret is niaei CKNTHK. M'l'l) Weekend isitors In I'eek 'riissnuids near here e multiplied ;is uunl ;ibuiil (he h.'Ml lit chair" mi Ihe porch nf Marvin anit Marlene Acker A hanitled chair an oplM'Jil illusion'' Kv'TYONr has his oun idea Kul Mrs, Acker wild ii's "Hie I've ever seen." The chair in is a wrought iron piece bnuwlit al a local aurtinn lur As far as anynne knows, il has nu history nf heinj-; "haunted." The phenomenm] rlis- covered by one of (In- Ackers' neighbors who came lo the house claiming Ihe chair had moved as she drove by. Mrs. Aeker walelied as the neighbor drove pas! and saw no niovenieiil I'l'om the chair. Hut when she drove her piist the house several o" Hie Inmse Innii iill up- Mrs Acker ciiiililu'l illiisirin anil nm1 tile it She "siiu Hie chair impression tin1 chair is tiirmim as a viewer passes by. explanation iiiwhl be Apparently Die more' Ilian .he vertical bars on Ilic Ii.ODO liersons who have di-iven bark and Ilic Ackers' liuiric recently would ralher sec for Iliem- selves Anil some have even LAFF A DAY 5I1 admission Ihe Ackers now charge for a cluser look. drinking r> pounds Dutch Planning Stutter-In Series AMSTKHDAM Tile Dutch association nf stiillerers will hold a series nf slntter-ins on Ihe theme as a Problem in The associaliiui is named Demnsthenes, after Ihe (Ireek wiin his stuttering and became a lamous oralor. 35 yonis ago Old Mr. Boston lound ii way to capture the log onclary flavor ol this blended whiskey. We've kept tho nrimn and the extraordinary smooth- noss. II you don't rjnjoy it you're off youi rocker Available in Fifths and Pints Lot Mr Boston ho your bartender. Ho makes more fine liquor products than anyono elso in the world. s ,rn Rum Hrjndv "I il thai yon ilnn'l .net lo the liigdly loo nl'k-n." The IwUlint: has 11 BRIDGE By Oswald .lainrs Jac'ohy We are indebted to Dr. Ber- tram! flomanel of Paris for today's hand. It illustrates a must unusual defense against a West opens the aee of diamonds and continues with the South is careful to ruff with dummy's ace of spades and al Ibis point East is nearly squeezed. Suppose he chucks a club. South leads dummy's jack of spades and eventually picks up all East's trumps while, dis- carding the nine nf hearts from dummy. Then he is able tn ruff out a club with his last trump and make his contract. Suppose East chucks a heart. Once more South picks up East's trumps but now he has three heart tricks. Then why is Easl almost Because Easl can discard a low trump. South can still pick up the trumps and run off the last two. but East is discarding in back of dummy there is nil against him. This particular hand was probably made up by the wood doctor, but Ihe play nf un- derruifitiK lo avoid a comes up on occasion anil is well worth knowing. NOHTII n A .1 in s I V A K !l A K II 7 1 WKST KAST Q 7 4 ii I 7 .i V (J.I in Atj 4 K lO'.lliS SOUTH 4 K !l B li '2 V7S2 I' Norlh-Soulh vulnerable Nui-th KasI Siiuth I'ass IViss Pass 'ass peiiini! lead-A North Kasl Soulll Pass 1 1 N'T. Pass I'ass Pass Yon. South, hold: K H 4 :i VA 2 (J 8 7 What do yon do now'.' six clubs. Remember your partner could iinly rehid one notrump. TODAY'S (Jl'ESTION Instead ot rcbidding one notrninp your parlner has jumped lo Iwo notrump over your one spade. Whal do yon do now'.' Arab Gamblers, Women Friends Blitz Riviera NICE, France (Ul'l) A (if rich Arab with an nf beautiful women descended on the casinos of Ihe French Riviera and won million in a series of intense. ninht-lonK roulette sessions laic this summer. "We've never seen anything like this before." a casino staff member said. Officials lit the Palm Beach casino al Cannes and Ihe Monte Carlo casino said several "personalities" from Saudi Arabia and the Persian diilf Emirates played heavily in their establishments over Ilic past few months. Casino directors, however, played down thai impression. They said Ihe season's bit: winner al the Palm Beach casinn was an Kalian indus- Irialist who won S2.9 million. Casino officials maintain a policy of secrecy on the names nf their Kamblers. They declined lo idenlify any nf the high-rollers. France-Soil' said the Aral) gamblers dressed in Wes- tern-style business suits rather than flowing robes of their na- tive lands arrived in a Reel nf Cadillacs accompanied by Ihcir women friends. The Arab Kamblers have now left Ihe Riviera and In play al the casino at Divonne- in the mountains near Ihe Swiss border. YEARS Widespread flooding in Ihe wake of a six-inch rain crippled Chicago. Last week FREE! How-to-install booklets with any purchase. My lamily room has a brand-new floor I did it myself, and it was a snap First I talked will) my Armstrong lelailer. He gave me tips on installation, tools, and helped mfi choose the light llooi lor my room. He even gave me a "how to1 booklet. Then, in much less tune llum I Ihought it would take done1 .Suddenly llm family room looks better than il has lor years Low-cost vinyl floor covering. Goes anywhere yd. without cement. Of Armstrong FINE HOME FUPMISHINGS THIRD AVENUE AT FIRST STREET S.E. 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