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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 cvdar Gazette: Tues., Oct. 13. 1974 WIN AT BRIDGE MARMADUKE By Anderson Looming for Better By Oswald James Jaceby Some automatic plays are less automatic than others. The nnc shown today was first used by Harry Fishbein of New York, one of the great players back in the '30s. This isn't the exact hand but the principle involved is the same. East wins the first trick with the king of spades and leads the suit back. The slam is a NOHTII r- A 64 V A (i HI Q J 5 WEST EAST 10 98 K753 J 7 :j V8652 962 8 7 4 :i J S 7 4 n SOUTH ID) Q.I 2 V K94 AK 10 A 6 3 2 North-South vulnerable West North Easl South 1 NT. Pass ti NT. Pass Puss Opening lead "How can I run away, when Marmaduke keeps bringing me Comeback by Sfufz Marks '75 Car Debaf good one. South has already lost the spade finesse but will make his contract if he can score four club tricks. He has a sure thing against any 3-2 club break only a 4-1 break can hurt him. In the normal course of events he will play dummy's king of clubs and lead a club back to his ace because if East has four clubs to the jack-nine there is no way to pick the suit up. East will show out on the second club. South will have a proven finesse against West's jack-nine and be home with the bacon. When he defended the hand Fishbein played the nine of clubs on the first lead of the suit. This falsecard gave South a chance to guard against four clubs to the jack in either hand. He fell for it like a ton of bricks. Played the second high club from dummy and went down one trick. Tho bidding has been: 15 West North Kasl South 14 Puss Pass 2 N.T. Puss Pass Pass 4 N.T. Puss 5V PJIS.S Von. South, hold: K 8 4 3 VA 2 y 8 7 Whal do you do now? A seven notrump. partner holds the king or dia- monds and a diamond suit. He can conic to lit without the heart king. TODAY'S QUKSTIOX Instead of bidding tlireo dia- monds your pur I nor has hid three nut rump over your Him.-" eruhis. Whal do you do now? AtiKiver Tuiiimnrnw By Bob Considinr NEW YORK The 1975 cars have come, before the 1974s are all sold. There must still be some brand new 1973s, lurking around in the dark corners of company morgues. But thai was always so, except perhaps during the days immediately following World war II when car-starved buyers would set- tle for any available color, or make, or price which included wooden planks fur bumpers. The '75s arc beautiful, of course, and represent ii progressive step forward in the designers' eternal quest; Tu create a car that is shaped as much as possible like a cigar box. There have been a number of space-age-inspired in- novations sealed into the now models, such as streamlined ashtrays and color radio. Some will come equipped with large vats of concealed babble gum guaranteed to balloon In a fraction of a second after collision with another car ftr an in- conveniently placed tree or post. This precaution. the brainchild of some bureaucral in Washington, will protect the driver and the passenger who is riding shotgun, until the nexl accident. A fortune awaits the inventor of the retractable and reusable bag nf wind. There was a new note in- troduced in the release of the '75s. One major company set an enviable record. It released of its newest cars on a Wednesday and recalled them Thursday. In the old days, as Ralph Nader has pointed out. it used to take months for that to happen. But lovers of the past in au- lomobiliiig placdled li> two perennials: 1) The big companies, mesmerised by Madison avenue, continue to feel that the best way to make vou fed unhappy with your present car. and buy a new one. is to show the new one abandoned in a field. At first glance it appears that its driver and passengers have been shot, thrown into a ditch, and the car has been sloered off the road by the Bob Considine Bank Not There If It's Closed LEXINGTON. Ky. (AP) At the branch bank that David Sledd manages, you can tell when the bank is closed because it isn't there at all' Because of construction delays on a shopping center near the University of Ken- tucky, Sledd's hank decided to use a motor home until ils new branch was completed. Sledd drives the bank to To Report Drug Violation Telephone Michael Dooley 377-8081 work and locks it in a parking garage overnight. Each morn- ing he stops at the main bank downtown, picks up the cash needed for the day and drive's out to open for business. lint traffic doesn't always cooperate and sometimes he's late. "One lime I gut held up in traffic, so my assistant over in his car arid held itie customers there, telling them the bank would be along any minute." Sledd said. "It's working out fine but. with me, my assistant and an armed guard, two customers make a crowd." bandits and permitted to come to rest either on somebody's well-groomed lawn or in the desert, or tall grass. When's the last time you saw an ad showing a new car parked in what would seem to be its most natural habitat, in a garage or driveway, or beside a curb? 2) The is back. No kid- ding. Once upon an age it was the last word in status sym- bols. No affluent young man worth his salt, or for that mat- ter his 'coonskin coat and silver flask, would have wanted lo In1 caught dead without his Roadster. In the ;ids. there was always a .lohn Held girl, wearing her floppy galoshes and dizzy look. Sorry, you just can't go into a shop and pick up today's called (in highly limited circles) the Blackhawk. lit the first place it costs from In depending on your tastes, and if a man named .lulcs Meyer of West Los Angeles doesn't happen to like your tastes, well, you'll just have to drop all I he way back In a Rolls. He's the only Stilly Hiaekhawk Hi the world. The feature of the old. old Slutz was the leather strap that kept its hood from disintegrat- ing at speeds as high as 70. The feature of the Stulz Blackhawk. in case you're shopping around, is your choice of gold or silver instruments and handles, mink or chinchilla rugs. They arc selling like hot- cakes made of platinum flour. Production figures are estimated at u dizzying (ill cars a year. If you buy one. you are permitted to wave lo Elvis Presley when you pass him. lie's got four of them. The Lucille Bulls, the Hubert lioulcls. the Dean Martins and the Sammy Davis' have "his" and "hers" lilackhawks. Buffer Qualify Butler will maintain ils iiuality for tun months in Iho j Special Interest I "CAR CARE" f Tabloid Section I Thursdjy, Oct. 17 I CHI; Care is especially im- i portant during winter mouths. Today more than ever there is need for pro- per car maintenance, lor safely siike. lo fight polln- f lion and to assure the f best possible imkMgc. Head how you can help in jf the informative stories anil linicly advertising coming Thursday. Or- lubci 17 in umr Cedar Hapidx FOOD STORES SUPER SPECIALS SCHLITZ BEER 12-12 Cans U.S.D.A. CHOICE ROUND STEAK Meat Department Open Till p.m. PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT., OCT. 19 806-34th Street S.E. 22S Edgowood Rd. N.W. 1944-42nd Street N.E. Skin Cancer Cures High By Or. AudflmaB Skin cancer is so cot.imon that almost everyone has a friend or relative who has had it. Fortunately, most skin cancers are curable, easily prevented and seldom fatal. Of all cases of cancer in men, about one in five is confined to the skin; in wom- en, about one in The high cure rate is partly due to the fact that precancerous lesions and cancer are easily identi- fied on the skin surface. Most skin cancer is basal cell carcinoma and is often found on the nose, eyelids or elsewhere on the face. Like other skin cancers, it seems to be caused, or at least aggra- vated, by exposure to the sun for long periods. People who dir most of their work or play outdoors have the highest rate of basal cell carcinoma. It occurs most readily among people with blond hair and blue eyes. Grows Slowly Basal cell carcinoma of the skin grows slowly, starting as a small, round lump or swell- ing with a waxy appearance. Later, if not removed it ul- cerates in the center and a Dr. Andelman scab grows over it. Finally, if still untreated it may invade adjacent tissue or destroy eye or nose tissue. It seldom metastasizes to remote parts of the body. Squamous cell carcinoma of the skin usually grows faster. It may resemble the basal cell variety somewhat, but the lump is often red and cone- shaped. It tends to metastas- to lymph nodes more often than the basal cell type. Blemishes Skin cancer may he preced- ed by skin blemishes or le- sions known as benign der- matoses. Some of these pre- cancerous growths include senile keratosis. or deteriora- tion of an aged person's skin; radiodermatitis, caused by radiation exposure, and xe- roderma pigmentosum, a rare childhood disease with changes in skin color. Almost all basal and squamous cell skin carci- nomas can be eliminated quite effectively by surgical remov- al. If the cancer has started to spread, nearby lymph nodes aiso must be removed. Irra- diation treatment may be used separately or as an adjunct to surgery in controlling the cancer. As with all types of cancer, skin cancer is treated best if it's caught early. 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