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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Nixon Draws Enthusiastic Crowd For Alabama Honor America Talk Tipton Council Discusses Dog Leash Ordinance The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Tues., Feb. 19, 1374 WASHINGTON _ with- out directly mentioning his Wa-, lergate woes, President Nixon; has told his largest and most Wallace, who has sought the! presidency three times and is! considered a contender for Ihcl 1970 Democratic presidential no-! initiation, seemed careful in his! 1972 campaign that "the can people are not a nation of quitters." Joining Gov. George Wallace at an Honor America day rally Monday in Huntsvillc, Ala., Nixon told an outdoor crowd es- timated by security personnel at "Americans have always had strength in adversity there have been times of discour- agement in America but the American spirit was such that we always became stronger when Ihe going got tougher." Nixon pointed to Wallace as ;i living example of this, recalling his recovery from a 1972 assas- sination attempt that left the governor partially paralyzed. liy Charles Itoberts TIITON -The Tipton cilyi DES MOINKS  e a great nation when we are Aprifunlil October. 200 years old." I The council arm speech of a long six-day week- al his home in Key Biscayne, Fla. Last Thursday in Miami he drew a much more modesl crowd, and many more critics, when speaking at a hospital dedication. Flying back 'rorn Huntsville, the President slopped in Indianapolis to pick up his daughter Julie Nixon Sisenhower, who is recovering i-om emergency surgery for re- noval of an ovarian cysl. Two Motorcycles Collide, Three Are Hospitalized teenage Decorah area youths were hos- pitalized Monday afternoon with severe leg injuries re- ceived in the collision of two motorcycles near here on high- way 52. One of the youths, Terry Ryan, 15, of route three, De- corah, was transferred to SI Mary's hospital in Rochester Minn. The other two, Fred Walter, 17, and Timothy Hov- dcn, 15, both of route three Decorah, were in the Win- neshiek County Memorial hospi- tal at Decorah. Hovden was reported in gooe condition and Walter was in good condition. According to Deputy Sheriff Mel Lee both motorcycles were proceeding south on the high- way between Burr Oak and De- corah when Ryan made a U- lurn which resulted in the colli- sion. Hovden was riding with Ryan on the Ryan motorcycle- and Waller was operating the other vehicle. Ryan was charged with failure to have a driver's li- cense. Waller, with failure lo stop in the assured clear dis- tance ahead and violation nf n restricted license. way Commission said it had no I each year since 1969 objection lo the proposal. urging the subcommittee proposal, was approved strucling the city attorney toi approve the hill use of protective Larson said, "It ..i, n.tj., im, "-iij nuui iui draw up a year round dog leash' ordinance. The mayor and coun-; cil said several complaints have been received of damage done by dogs. The purpose of the measure is to control (his and lo prevenl more serious incidents. One of several people attend- ing the meeting to speak in favor of the ordinance was the elementary school principal, seems desirable to me to have a person with injuries from which he'll recover, than have a victim who will never get up." Charles Ballard, Cedar Rapids, said federal tests show that some helmets sold to mo- torcycle operators resisted im- i. LJUi nit; DUUiuiiimuii'V; public road how to operate a; ,hat nfl cvcr )ost Sunday's Gazette carried lisl- without breaking thejfedera, funds for not enaclingiings for the spring term. Penalize Slates j motorcycle headgear legisla-j The telephone registration is ;''on' 'being tried on an experimental The director of the State Of- A bill to require motorcyclists basis. Ron Napier, Kirkwood fice for Planning and Program- to wear protective said response has Bill Mehring, who said too pacts caused by crashes have to be than 13 miles per hour., He said that is an average of 6.5 miles per hour for each of two from the school. Dogs are now restricted from 100 years old. It was the second The council accepted the bidj Nixon of the Wehdc Motor Co., for end in the South, spent mostly without a trade-in. jsage of the headgear bill would at hiS llOnie in KCV BlSCaVne. Thn annrnwnri thn rlnni-c" tn to Washington I vehicles involved in a crash. "Suit of Armor" new police car at a cost ofi Moreover, Ballard said, pas- The council approved the re- "open legislative doors" to zoning of several lots belonging] more stringent protection stat- to Louie Cook from single fami- ly residential lo multiple family residential. Cook said he wishes to construct a duplex. 20 YEARS AGO Sen. George (D-Ga.) introduced a bill to raise the individual in- come tax exemption from ?600 to that year and in succeeding years. utes. "Maybe I'll have to wear a suit of armor next he or seal bells." He asked the subcommittee, "Why discriminate against mot- by requiring them to wear headgear, when drivers of cars are not required to wear seatbelts. Dan Stamatelos, West Des Moines, of the Iowa Motorcycle ming, Robert Tyson, said feder- eye protection devices, and excellent. Not Considered a Success, MERC Loses Funding] Boy Charged, Broke 24 School Windows GARNAV1LLO -Garnavillo I police Monday night apprehend- A federally-funded board does not plan to a of breakj search project on the ban- "P funding for the project. IM wjndows jn (he dicapped will not be renewed for next year, the Joint County school board learned Monday night. The project, known as the! Midwest Education Research! Center, is headquartered Iowa City and is a cooperative In other business, the board authorized providing materi- als for non-profit prcschools in the six-county area. Materials will also be furnished for han- dicapped children in profit- making prcschools. Vision and hearing screening project of the state department tests also will be expanded to of public instruction, the Uni- include preschool and kinder- versity of Iowa and the Joint [garte'n students. high school by using a piece of pipe. A janitor, who was in (he building at the time, heard the windows being broken and called police. Police chased the boy on foot. He was released to his parents. Advertisement The board also authorized; participation by the school sys-j tern in the celebration of the1 country's bicentennial in 1976. Information in the school sys-j tern's records, dating back toj the 1880s, will be compiled into; Federal funds are being and short stories and! continued because the made available to schools was not considered successful, and the public. i County School system. MERC operated four years in a six-state area and per- formed research on instruc- tional materials for the han- dicapped. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort They know a denture adhesive can help. Powder gives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold. You feel more comfortable oat more naturally. Why worry? Get FASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder Dentures that fit are essen- tial to health. 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