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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tuts., Feb. 5, Society for Women Features Mayor's Wife Phones Home, Reports Safe By Robert Gtiimisoii SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Ma jr Joseph L. Alioto's wife, mysteriously missing since Jan. 20, telephoned home late Mon- day, said she was safe and promised a family reunion. The call to the worried Cali-j fornia gubernatorial candidate came only a few hours after her disappearance from the swank resort at Palm Springs was made public. Outside of saying that "the family will be reunited" Tues- day, Mayor Alioto's office de- clined to give further details or say where the call originated. Mrs. Alioto, 58, the former Angelina Genaro of Dallas, was last seen at a resort col- lage where she had gone with her son, Lawrence, and his wife, Ann, to join the mayor at a campaign appearance. When the rest of the famih returned to San Francisco, Mrs. Alioto, with her luggage in a rented car, said she was head- ing for a resort hotel rather than remain alone in the cot- tage. Public Not Told She said she would return to San Francisco no later than Jan. 27. But then she vanished. Within five days the mayor called Police Chief Carl Huls- lander in Palm Springs, asking that a watch be kept for the missing automobile and his five- foot, 115-pound wife. A missing persons bulletin was issued to California, Ari- zona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas, but the public was not informed. Some hint of the mayor's concern cropped up when Alioto canceled four campaign appearances and an appoint- ment about city business with Navy Secretary John Warner. Two San Francisco police in- spectors, working on their own time but paid by the wealthy mayor, repeatedly combed the Palm Springs area. Mrs. Alioto, successful busi- ness woman with an antique shop specializing in expensive French furniture, was treated Jan. 17-18 at a Palm .Springs medical clinic because of back pains. Condition Not Serious Her condition was not consid- ered serious and Dr. Joseph Morreale said she had been "in excellent spirits very conge- nial we laughed and joked They have five sons, a daugh- ter and 11 grandchildren. CORRECTION ..The Belles 'n' Beaux Valen- tine square dance event will take place Friday instead of Sunday as reported in the Sun- day Gazette. The Gazette re- grets this error. Teleoholo Mother-Daughter Postmasters Mother-daughter postmasters of area towns in southwestern Michigan, are, at left, Mamee McCarty, postmaster of Hickory Corners, with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Jackson, postmaster of Galesburg. At age 28, Mrs. Jackson is believed to be one of the youngest postmasters in the country. GALESBURG, Mich. (UPI) "like mother, like daughter" team handles the U.S. mail in post offices in Galesburg and 3ickory Corners, Mich. Some- times the two women add a tiendly personal touch. Mrs. Carl Jackson, 28, is the newly appointed postmaster at lalesburg. She had been assis- ;ant postmaster and acting post- master before her appointment was made permanent recently. Her mother, Mrs. Mamee Mc- Carty, is postmaster at Hickory Corners. The Galesburg post of- fice serves about families and the Hickory Corners office about 650 families. Mrs. McCarty took over the Hickory Corners post office after her first husband, Roger Davis, father of Mrs. Jackson, retired in 1967. She since remar- This Week's Quotable Women By the Associated Press Here are some quotable quotes from women during the CEDAR RAPIDS Above and Beyond Both post offices are small enough so that the two women can give service above and Beyond the mail delivery. "I used to have one customer call and ask if there was a let- :er in her box from a certain jarty. If there was, she would ask me to read it over the Mrs. McCarty said, cit- ing one example. Fish Fry? "Some people call to inquire if there is to be a fish fry that evening or the name of the fire chief or make similar re- she said. The post office phone and the VTcCarly phone were on the same line in her home, where he office is, but she recently jput in a separate line so she can eat a meal without interruption. "We are going to get a sepa- building for the post office and I won't be able to step from my living room into my busi- ness she said. 30 week: "Demanding is artistic. It doesn't mean you're a witch or you're showing off your tem- perament. I've refused when I was put into an impossible re- hearsal situation. The artist has a right to what is right. It's you that's standing out there in jyour costume and wig, not the cos- tume designer or wig maker. If you look hideous in a jet black wig, why should you wear one? I've gotten to places and been told they'd heard I wouldn't wear a wig. That's not'true at all. I wear wigs. But you should insist on things being right." Opera singer, Frederica Von Stade. "They never even considered a woman for deputy mayor or a superagency chief. When he starts naming the rest of his commissioners, a damn, lot of them better be women." Councilwoman Carol Greit- zer speaking about Mayor Beame's promise of last December to hire more women for top jobs in his ad- ministration. "People are afraid, I guess, 01 the books that change the tradi- tional roles. Our survey showec that if girls were called torn boys, their mothers said, 'Its just a phase.' But if boys were called sissies, their mothers be came determined lo teach them to be a man. They were very Von Stade defensive about what they thought to be effeminate traits YEARS AGO forces reached the mouth of the Betty Swyers, children's lit- Narova river nine miles inside eralure instructor at Virginia Estonia. I Commonwealth University. DRAPERIES ...the most prominent item of furniture in your home. Our designers will help you coordinate colors and textures. We'll also measure your windows. There's no charge for these additional services. Call us or stop in lo select from hundreds of stunning fahrics. MARMAX inlrrior iloii'ii Monday through Saturday 1600 1'ocirlh Avenue SK i iDuu rouriii a.m. lo p.m. Telephone Greitzer First Artificial Shoulder Dressing herself unaided is 9 major victory these days for Mrs. Velma Powell of Harvey, III. Until the pioneer operation last fall which implanfed the first total shoulder artificial bone joint in her right shoulder, Mrs. Powell was crippled with arthritis and unable to move her arm. 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DEAR ABBY: This is for :Agape in iroblem the gentleman had in vondering how he could tell a ady who was wearing a pant- uit that her fly was open. We lave a simple solution for thai >roblem. When my sometimes orgetful seven-year-old son is seen in that state, we just say, which is a signal mean- ng, "Examine Your Zipper." DOTTIE KING DEAR DOTTIE: Thanks for an A-OK suggestion. Problems? You'll feel better if 'ou get it off your chest. For a icrsonal reply, write to ABBY: iox No. G9700, Los Angeles: Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped; ielf-addressed envelope, please. For Abby's booklet, To lave a Lovely send 11 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. for your old Machine on a New NECCHI Lydia Bark 3 All Stretch Stitches 1-r Open Arm it Ultra Easy Single Dial Control 1 it Necchi Dependability NECCHI PRICES START AT Large selection of good used sewing Machines. Low Prices. Guaranteed. 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Van Cleve officiated at the 3 o'clock cere- mony. Vera Postel was her sister's bridesmaid, and David Hubbell was his brother's best man. The bride's gown of lace over ivory polyester knit featured an empire bodice with a square neckline and cap sleeves. She carried a bouquet of white mums and blue daisies. The bridesmaid's gown was sheer blue with white flocking and she carried a nosegay of white mums and blue daisies. The bridal couple will reside at the F avenue address. The bridegroom is awaiting assign- ment with the air force. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER HONORS KIM MEYERS A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Sunday afternoon honoring Miss K i m Meyers, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Ron'- ald Meyers, 283 Lewellen drive NW. Twenty-five guests attend- ed the event which was hosted by Mrs. Dean Kuhse, 2013 H av- enue NE, and Mrs. Michael Weidline. The bride-elect and her fiance, Tim McLaud, son of Mr.' and Mrs. David McLaud, 1600 Zika avenue NW, will be married March 16. Include the price for faster results when you advertise in the Classified Ads! Calendar of Events Editor's Note: The clays several of the events listed in last Sunday's calendar events column were inadver- 'lently omitted. Following is the corrected list. Wednesday Piano Concert: Four-hand piano concert by Prof.. Marc Taslilt and Dr. G.H. Pro at Peoples Unitarian church at 8. Concert: University of Iowa orchestra at 8 at Hancher auditorium. Thursday Film: "The Worship of part of the civilisation series at 7 and at in room 105, Hickok hall, Coc college. Saturday Recital: Allan Roberts, vocal, at Daehler-KHchin audi- torium at Coe. Sunday Symphony: Cedar Rapids Youth Symphony at 3 at Washington senior high school. Recital: Tim Baldwin, trombone, at 4, Daehler-Kitchin au- ditorium. Rib tickler. No bones about it, coffee glazed ribs 'n kraut is a great winter Especially when served with a pot o1 beans to satisfy cold weather appetites. (Makes 8 servings) 5-6 Ibs. spareribs in serving pieces, 1 c. strong coffee, !4 c. ea. light molasses and cider vinegar, We. prepared mustard. 1 T. Worcestershire sauce, few drops hot pepper sauce. Arrange ribs 1 layer deep on bed of Frank's Quality Kraut. Heat and stir remaining ingredients 'til blend- ed. Bake uncovered, hrs., basting frequently. FRANK'S. For a real ribbing. Look for the cabbage on the can. Jars and kraut juice, too. CEDAR RAPIDS ANSWER TO QUIZ: l-n, 3 Mwilfkililj 3-Tme, 4-ii Sovifll Union MEWSNAMEi Fidel Cnilm MATCHWORDS, 1-e, 1-n; 3. b; i-Ji 5-g NEWSPICtURri lownil SnORUIOMT, LMulinirnnnil Alii 3-lMin, n r; 4.Hunk of Interest to Eastern lowans   

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