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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald & James Jaraby From 1933 until Oswald Jacoby quit bridge for the duration on Dec. 7, 1941, his team, the Four Aces, dominated bridge. One of their most interesting contributions to bidding was their rule of “The ace and the king.” According to this rule if your partner made a game forcing or other very strong bid and you could take an ace and a king out of your hand and still have your previous bids you should bid a slam If you held a singleton and could take away a king (or held no singleton, but could take away an ace) you should suggest a slam. South would have responded one spade without the king of hearts and ace of diamonds. Hence, when North jumped to three spades, South is able to bid a slam in accordance with this rule. He uses Blackwood because it is just possible that North would have a hand without an ace. North shows up with the two missing aces, but South does not bother with trying for a grand slam because he has nothing above the extra ace and king. Of course, he might have asked for kings and then settled for six or he might even have bid seven. Shift the king of spades over to East and seven wheels in. The bidding has been 12 West North East South 14 Pass 24 Pass 2 N T. Pass 34 Pass 34 Pass 3 N T. Pass 44 Pass •> You, South, hold ♦ A K 8 4 3 VA 2 ♦Q 4 4K Q 8 7 What do you do now0 A—Bid four hearts. You are showing the ace and suggesting a slam. TODAY S QUESTION Your partner continues to four spades. What do you do now0 Answer Tomorrow Wilke’s Works On Display in Mason City IOWA CITY—The Hic and work of Ulfert Wilke as an artist, a collector of art and a museum director, are illustrated in a major cxhibiion which will be shown through Sunday at the Charles ll MacNIder museum in Mason City. W ilke is director of the University of Iowa museum of art. His original art works are represented in the exhibition by 14 paintings in acrylic on cannas, seven lithographs, eight works in watercolor and ink and two collages. Many show the influence of Wilke’s long-standing interest in calligraphy. The 29 works from the collection of the Ulfert Wilke family to be featured in the show include Japanese woodcuts, African sculpture, Etruscan pottery , and Indian sculpure Also on exhibition are seven works which Wilke has added to the University of Iowa’s permanent collection. Among these workds are a George Segal sculpture, a John Marin watercolor and a Jasper John lithograph ON THIS DATE in 1964, dissident army officers tried, unsuccessfully, to overthrow the government of South Vietnam. DR. CRAVEN DENTIST PRACTICE UMI TTO TO DENTURE WORK Ii3 It* Are. SI, C#do» ftaptdi, la Dei MomM • Momd City S«». For Better Health Common Sense in Dealing With Dogs Prevents Bites NORTH (D) 12 4 J962 9 AQ94 ♦ 3 ♦ AK93 WEST EAST 4 K 3 4 87 9 J52 9 10 7 3 ♦ KQ 10 4 ♦ J 9 8 6 2 ♦ J 8 7 6 A Q 5 2 SOI TH 4 AQ 10 5 4 9 K 86 ♦ A75 ♦ 10 4 North-South vulnerable West North East South 14 Pass IA Pass 34 Pass 4 N T. Pass 5f Pass 64 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead- KR By Dr. S E. \ndrlmm People are bitten more often by dogs than by any other domestic animal So it’s essential that you know what to do in such a case. Most victims of dog-bite are under 20-years-old— and a high percentage are children between 5 and 9. These1 statistics emphasize why children under H-ycars-old should not be given dogs, why older children who have dogs should be taught how to care for them, and why all children should Im1 instructed to avoid strange animals About IO percent of dog-bite cases could be prevented if children would avoid exciting activity (running, fighting, yelling, bike riding, delivering newspapers) around dogs. Use Caution Take tare in petting dogs and avoid startling them or removing food from them. And don’t intercede in dog fights. Take caution when assisting sick or injured animals and when picking up puppies in their mother's presence. Let “sleeping dogs" lie and avoid holding an animal’s face near your own or your child’s — most child victims are bitten in the region of the head. If you follow these measures, you’ll avoid a lot of close calls. Dog bites are a special form of puncture wound, even though tearing, laceration and bruising may be present They are dangerous because of the likelihood of infection from organisms in the animal's saliva If you can t get the victim to a doctor immediately, follow these procedures: Scrub the wound with a strong soap or detergent. lf only a puncture is present, encourage some bleeding; if only a slight nick, wash under warm tap water After rinsing the wound thoroughly with warm water or a salt solution, apply a heavy sterile dressing. Rest the injured part and give first aid for shock, then seek medical attention from a doctor Act Quickly Act quickly if there is severe bleeding. Apply a thick pad of sterile cloth on the wound, press strongly on the dressing and bandage it in place. Keep the victim lying down and quiet until medical help arrives Direct pressure over the wound will control bleeding, even if blood wells up from the wound or spurts fountain like. lf absolutely necessary, apply a tourniquet, remembering it can only Im1 used on a limb and may cause serious harm Dr. Andelman In every ease of dog-bite, even if your own pet is involved, you should report the attack to health authorities. Don’t permit the animal to be shot. have the owner or a veterinarian keep the animal under quarantine for IO days to determine whether it develops symptoms of rabies ON THIS DATE in 1945, Gen Douglas MacArthur had the secret Black Dragon society dissolved in Japan and many of its leaders were arrested. LAFF • A - DAY "As a matter of fact, I had an easy day—my train was stalled this morning for five hours.' Raid of Etruscan Site Helps Uncover Devil God s Statue CERVETERl, Italy (AP) -The statue of Tuchulca, the devil god of the Etruscans, has surfaced from “The Land of Ghosts”, sending shivers down the spines of the laborers who made the historic archeological find. Legend in this Etruscan tow n 22 miles north of Rome has it that a devil's Shadow guarded the treasures buried in “The Land of Ghosts", where the Etruscans carved their tombs in the rocky hills of Greppe di Sant Angelo. The legend was good for bootleg excavators who challenged the devil and ghosts to dig for ancient vessels and statuettes in a no man’s land peopled only by wild pigs. First Sculpture It was these excavators who gave police the clue which led to the unearthing of the first known sculpture of Tuchulca, known only to historians through inscriptions and paintings Early in the summer, police investigated rumors that clandestine diggers had found a treasure worth at least as much as the famed Vase of Euphromos, the ti million vase acquired in 1972 bv the New York Metropolitan Museum and which Cerveteri claims came from clandestine excavations on the Greppe. Police called in archeologists and digging started. What came to light was an archeologist’s dream Two tombs carved into an 18-foot-high cliff looked down upon a ‘‘Sacrificial Yard" enclosed by a wall. Guarding the princely tombs from the walls stood two lions, a sphynx and Tuchulca. the devil. ( lose Relater Tuchulca's image featured furrowed forehead, a gaping, fleshy mouth and a goatee — a close relative of the devil Christians depicited in the Middle Ages. The ornamental doors were topped by a frieze decorated with panthers and lions biting and thrusting their claws into stags and boars. A staircase carved in the rock led down to the Sacrificial Yard The entrance to tho tombs was through narrow slits under the carved doors Experts believe the tomb belonged to a king and his family some 2.5(H) years ago. The architecture is unique for southern Etruria, combining local and northern styles Each tomb features one large room, which the experts said appear to have been looted. In the tombs they found broken vases and inscribed tombstones in the shape of phalluses. The Etruscans had the highest form of civilization in Italv before the rise of Rome. It evolved around the eighth century B.C., developed rapidly during the seventh century, achieved its peak during the sixth century, and declined during the fifth and fourth centuries. Etruscan wealth and power was in part based upon their knowledge of Iron working and their exploitation of iron deposits which were abundant in Etruria. To Report Drug Violation Telephone Michael Dooley 377-8031 DISCOUNT BOB ZIMMERMAN DISCOUNT ii FORD ; 1974 CLEARANCE I ************************ over 263 CARS and TRUCKS DISCOUNT CLEARANCE THEY MUSI BE SOLD! You'll never see piices this low again 1975 prices will be approximately 8% higher AVAILABLE NOW FOR YOUR SELECTION When you really need a car 67 PINTOS 70 MUSTANG ll s 31 MAVERICKS 16 PICKUPS 22 TORINOS 16    ZFORDS 3THUNDERBIRDS 2 VANS 2 RANCHEROS 2 BRONCOS 1975 Ford Cars & Trucks Ari Now Available for order and dolivery BOB ZIMMERMAN r More SERVICE To You f to rn Bu*) Zimmerman Our full Service and Ports Deportment Open I a rn Midnight Monday thru Friday Parts Aivo Open 9 am Noon Saturdays East Iowa School Election Results Postville Winner POSTVILLE - Ralph Hanson won election to the Postville Community school board Tuesday, defeating Kenneth Timmerman Starment Board STRAWBERRY POINT -Robert Allen, Arlington, and Janet Schroeder, Strawberry Point, wert* elected to the Starmont Community school board Tuesday. Schaben Claims Ray Is Not Listening CEDAR FALLS (UPI) -Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Schaben Tuesday accused Gov. Robert D. Ray of not listening to university presidents who argued against a recent tuition increase at state schools. Schaben, who met with students at the University of Northern Iowa here, also said inflation is making it increasingly difficult for students to afford college costs. Schaben said he joined the state university presidents in opposing the tuition increase, “but the governor didn t listen to us. Instead, he heard the board of regents who wanted the increase and now Ray-inflation hits the pocketbooks of Iowans of all ages." Garwin GARWIN — In the Garwin Community school district, Louisa Cooper took the directorship with 98 votes with Joyce Pearl Chtzek receiving 32 votes Incumbent treasurer Arlene Clemens regained the post with 107 votes. Write-in candidate Virginia Eek hard total**! 14 votes. Crump Re-flertfd OELWEIN — Incumbent Richard Crump won re election to the Oelwein Community school board Tuesday. Dyersville Post DYERSVILLE - Joseph Ertl received 1.725 votes and won election to the Dyersville Community school board. Dysart Geneseo DYSART - The Dysart Genes**) din* tor district one race was won by Robert Higgins by 471 votes For director district five, Keith Bader took the seat with 47H votes and Harold Foss won for director district six with 471 votes Unopposed treasurer candidate for the district, Howard Wendt, received 481 votes Gladbrook Vote GLADBROOK - Gladbrook directorships were won by Incumbent Dale Ostcn, 245, and (’hark** D. Fish, 216 Defeated were Eugene Mercer and Incumbent Richard Den bow Bennett Board BENNETT - Leroy Mod-lerl and Wayne Ralff were th** winners In th** Bennett Community school district Tu**sday, defeating Leroy lAfrenz Treasurer is N L Katz. Allamakee Board WAUKON -    Cia Hence Schlwatzhoff and IVR Withers were winners in a three-way school board race here over Ernest Lubhan H I V Contest VICTOR - The Hat wig Ladora-Victor district director winner was Francis DeMeu* lenaere with 170 votes, defeating Raymond Otny with 154, Eastern Iowa Students Study In Austria PELLA — Four students from Mt. Vernon and one from Lisbon participated in an eight-week Central college study program in the province of Burgenland, Austria, last summer. They are Dana Christiansen, Mary Conred, Mike Thomas and Linda Voetberg, all of Mi. Vernon, and Vicky Jones, Lisbon Seventeen high school students from Iowa and the Midwest participated rn the pilot project to provide cross-cultural experiences between young people of the two countries. Eleven Austrian students came to the United States during the same period, seven of them staying with families of American students on the program. 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