Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 11, 1974, Page 7

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 11, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa rrwniarwfp For Better Health Earguards Protect The Ears Bv Dr. S I.. Andelman What’s the most important thing you can do to protect your hearing? The answer to that question depends upon your lifestyle, age and general health lf you're employed in a factory, for example, the noise level may he the greatest threat to your hearing You must wear earguards to protect yourself from dangerously high noise levels If you have a perforated eardrum or problems of the Eustachian tube then guard- Dr. Andelman Big George Virgil Partch Haunted' Chair Draws 5,000 To Small Town The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl., Oct. ll, 1974 ( ENTRE. Ala (EIM) -Weekend v initors to Peek’s Crossroads near here have multiplied rapidly as word has spread about tho “haunted chair” on the porch of Marvin and Marlene Acker A haunted chair or an optical illusion’’ Everyone has his own idea But Mrs Acker said it s “the craziest thing Eve ever si >en The chair in question is a wrought iron piece bought at a local auction for $12 As far as anyone knows it has no historv of being "haunted The phenomenon was discovered by one of the Ackers’ neighbors w ho came to t he house claiming the chair had moved as she drove by Mrs Acker watched as the neighbor drove past again and saw no movement from the chair But when she drove her own car past the house several times, Mrs Acker couldn t believe It She "saw” the chair turn One explanation might be that the vertical bars on the chair back and the .horizontal LAFF - A - DAY (MI ...... ' Since I vc been on the drinking man s diet Eve lost 125 pounds mv wife left me lines on the house form an optical illusion and give the impression the chair is turning as a viewer passes by Apparently the more than 5.(HBI persons who have driven past the Ackers' home recently would rather see for themselves And some have even paid the 50 cents admission the Ackers now charge for a closer look Dutch Planning Stutter-ln Series AMSTKHOAM (API - The Dutch association of stutterers will hold a series of stutter ins on the theme "Stuttering as a Problem in Relating” The association is named Demosthenes, after the Greek who overcame his stuttering and became a famous orator “What secret is hidden in Old Mr. Boston’s Rocking Chair?” JJN.***** Rocking Chab, I 35 years ago Old Mr. Boston found a way to capture the legendary flavor of this blended whiskey. We've kept tho name and the extraordinary smoothness lf you don’t enjoy it you’re off your rocker Available in Fifths and Pints © Let Mr Boston tx) your bartender He makes mort; fine liquor products than anyone else in the wortd. Whiskies Vodka Con Rum Scotch Brandy ( ofdu's Cocktails A Blend proo» r? Gram Neutral Spirits Mr Boston Distiller Boston Mass 1974 "I lake ll Ih.tl yon don’t gel lo the big city loo often mg against infection may be most important to you Tor a youngster, learning good habits of cleanliness and proper treatment of the common childhood diseases are the best measures to protect the ear. Rules You can start your child tm the road to a lifetime of good ear care by teaching him these simple rules 1 — Keep objects out of the ear. 2 — Don't shout into anyone’s ear 3 — When you have a cold, stay home and keep warm and dry I — Never hit anyone on the ear or head with an object or your hand 5 — lf your cars are "runny” stay indoors 6 — Blow your nose gently, lean forward and blow both sides of your nose at once 7 — Stay out of swimming pools if you have a cold or if your ears are stopped up N — S<*ek medical help w hen you have an earache. 9 — Parents should advise their children to speak up about hearing problems Wait Enfortunately. too many of us ignore our ears unless they hurt, or unless deafness gets so had that our relations with family . and friends are strained Even then, some people put off visiting the ear specialist or otologist People who can't hear well and deny the fact often have related emotional problems which come through to those around them as impatience or era kl ness Remember that the stigma associated with deafness is due to those who do nothing about their hearing problem This is inconsiderate of others and a disservice to themselves WWW Dr. Andelman welcomes letters outlining problems which he may discuss in future columns. He regrets, however, that he cannot personally answer mail. Write lo him in care of The Gazette 10 YEARS AGO - Nazi forces were reported abandoning all of Greece in an attempt to escape a closing Balkan trap WIN AT BRIDGE **CRRD<fc*«4» The bidding has hts-n North I ♦ I N T 39 44 East Pass Pass I’ass Pass By (Kwald & James Jacoby We are indebted to Dr Bertrand Romanet of Paris for today’s hand. It illustrates at most unusual defense against a squeeze. West opens the ace of diamonds and continues with the queen South is careful to ruff with dummy’s ace of spades and at this 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 discarding the nine of hearts from dummy. Then he is able to ruff out a club with hts last trump and make his contract. Suppose East chucks a heart Once more South picks up East’s trumps hut now he has three heart tricks Then why is East almost squeezed? Because East can discard a low trump South can still pick up the trumps and run off the last two. but East is discarding in hack of dummy a..d there is no squeeze against him This particular hand was probably made up by the good doctor, but the play of un-derruffing to avoid a squeeze comes up on occasion and is well worth knowing NORTH <D>    ll 4 A J IO 5 ? AKB ♦ 7 ♦ A KR74 WERT    EAST 4 -    4 Q743 * 8643    *Q.F1« ♦ Ag IO 186532 AK A —    A .I 10 (4 6 5 SOETH 4 K 9862 *752 ♦ J4 ♦ g32 North-South vulnerable West    North    East    South 14    Pas*    la 164    6 a    Pass    Pass IPass (ifmm)mg lead —Aa West Pass Pass Pass You. South, hold aA K 8 4 3 VA 2 aQ4 4K Q8 7 What do you do now'’ A—.Bust bid six clubs Remember your partner could only rebid one notrump. TODAY’S 4H ESTRIN Instead of rebidding one notrump your partner has jumped to two notrump over your one spade What do you do now'* Arab Gamblers, Women Friends Blitz Riviera NICE. France (UPI) - A group of rich Arab high-rollers with an entourage of beautiful women descended on the casinos of the French Riviera and won $19 million in a series of intense, night-long roulette sessions late this summer “We’ve never seen anything like this before.” a casino staff member said. Officials at the Palm Beach casino at Cannes and the Monte Carlo casino said several “personalities" from Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf Emirates played heavily in their establishments over the past few months Casino directors, however, played down that impression They said the season s big winner at the Palm Beach casino was an Italian indus t ria list who won $2.0 million Casino officials maintain a policy of secrecy on the names of their gamblers They declined to identify any of the high-rollers France-Soir said th** Arab gamblers — dressed in Wes-tern-stylc business suits rather than flowing rot*** of their native lands — arrived in a fleet of Cadillacs accompanied by their women friends The Arab gamblers have now left the Riviera and gone to play at the casino at Divonne-Ees-Bams in the mountains near the Swiss border 21 YEARS AGO -Widespread flooding in the wake of a six-inch rain crippled Chicago. Last week I didn't know a chalk line from a knife. Now look! 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  • Marlene Acker

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 11, 1974

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