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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Sat., Mat. 1C, 19T4 L 2 VwV 30.00 J DEATHS Sister de Lillis Sister Mary de Lillis Welch, SO, died Saturday in a Cedar Rapids hospital illness. after a long Rain is expected tonight over the mid and upper Pacific coast and the northern Rock- ies, while snow is expected in the lower Lakes and upper New England area. Showers are likely in southern Florida. The Weather High temperatures Friday, low temi eratures overnight and inches of nr cipitation: Anchorage 35 14 L. Angeles 81 54 Atlanta ....5958 Miami ..7374.1 Bismarck .35 06 .02 Min'apolis 34 M .C Chicaqo ...4431.23 N. Orleans 75 621.1 Denver ....54 24 New York .54 41 Dululh ...3324.05 Phoenix B7 54 Honolulu .8062 Seattle ....5953.] Houston 65 60 2.05 Washington 63 33 Extended Outlook Parti cloudy and warmer, chance showers Monday and Monda night. A little cooler Tuesda and Wednesday. Highs Monda in the 50s and low 60s, cooling t 40s and 50s Tuesday an Wednesday. Lows in the 30s t  bllt misscd lhem and "I slrongly oppose no ceiling." jsot the little he said. Robinson said. "You've got Sen. Tom Hilcy (II Cedar Hiipids) said he the sen- ale to change the ceiling from 15 to lii percent for closed-end accounts. strike a medium." Senate Action He expects the senate to set ceiling of 15-18 percen "whether you like it or not' aecause 'the current nine per cent is "unrealistic." Robinson said the limit has lo be fair to the small business man, so he can continue to make credit available. "I'm more concerned aboui Ihe blue-collar worker being (Continued from Page 1.) demand of food for California's State Rep Joan Lipsky (R ledar Rapids) announced Satur day she will seek re-election tc a fifth term in the Iowa housi from the 26th district. Rep. Lipsky had considerei running for the Republican no mina'tion for the Second distric congressional seat and for thi state senate seat in the 13th dis rict but decided, instead, to run 'or re-election to her own Iowa louse seat. She is chairman of 'the house luman resources committee and vice-chairman of the house appropriations committee. She also is a member of the eg'islative council and the legis ative fiscal committee. In addi- ion, she is chairman of the mman resources committee of lie Midwest Council of Stale Governments, a 12-state organi- ation. Rep. Lipsky's other, responsi- lilities include membership on ie house education committee and chairman of the council's ask force on transportation for ie elderly. As a schools committee lember she helped to develop Harry M. Blacichawk Harry M. Blackhawk, 42, a ormer Cedar Rapids resident, led March 7 in Milwaukee. He lived in Cedar Rapids until year ago and was employed or 22 years at the Wilson and o. as a laborer. Survivors include Kathy Jackhawk, Toddville. Burial was in the Veterans emctery, Wood, Wis. Dave Stanley of Muscatine, candidate for the Republican nomination' for U.S. senator, will be in Linn county March 25 to continue his door-to-door visits asking local residents for their opinions. Stanley also will visit with Stanley" coffee at the home of local citizens at an "lowans for Jill Dunn in Cedar Rapids at 7 state school foundation plan nd has been a leader in push-ng legislation for better educa-onal opportunities for han-icapped children. The 26th district includes pre-incts 5 through 13 in Cedar Rep. Ligsky resides at 655 Cottage Grove SE with her hus-iand, Abbott, an executive at rriulekotTs. Man, Girl lnju> Separafe A 23-year-old man and an 11-year-old girl were in critical condition at St. Luke's hospital with injuries suffered in separate car accidents Friday and Saturday. Timothy P. Meis, 1722 Blake joulevard SE, suffered inlerna njuries, a broken pelvis anc ace culs at a.m. Saturday when he lost control of his in C.R, Mishaps John W. Veronda, 14, of 132 Atwood drive SW, suffered head injuries and a fractured leg. Rick Lee Anfinson, 15, of 286 Dueling drive SW, suffered cuts and bruises in the accident. Good Condition Both were in good condition Saturday at St. Luke's hospital. The accirlnnt nrpiirrnH nn n poor. After five distributions of bags of groceries to poor people, the program, was suspended this past week in response to an SLA charge- that it was dispensing "hog food." Higher Quality Director's of the program said they would dispense higher- quality food and give it away in larger' quantities. They said such an increase would allow them between one and three more distributions with the ap- proximately million remain- ing in the program. They have said they would make an announcement about resuming food distributions Monday. The ?2 million in the program was made up by from Hea< st and million from the' Hearst Foundation. The SLA demanded that million more be put into the program. Hearst said he couldn't afford it, but the Hearst Corp. said ifwill sup- ply the money if the 20-year-old coed is released unharmed. Openings Remain in Lifesaving Course Openings still remain for a ed Cross senior lifesaving ourse being offered at the Ellis will be meeting MCA. The class very Wednesday from ,m. unlil May 29. To be eligible a person must e 15 years of age and show a roficient level of swimming. Both members 'and non- icmhcrs are welcome to sign For more information call udd Turner at the Ellis YMCA 1362-3176. Nine Die In Fire SEOUL (AP) Nine workers ere killed and Ihree others in- red Saturday in a'firc that dc- roycd a shoe plant. Police said Meis was driving in the 3000 block of Center Poinl road NE when a tire blew and the car skidded sideways and sheared off a light pole. Passenger Treated A passenger in the car, Wen- cil Spinka, 30, of 1414 Eighth avenue SE, was treated at St. Luke's hospital for a nose cut and released. Lori L. Schullz, the 11-year- old, suffered a head injury Fri- day in a car and pickup (ruck collision at the First avenue en- trance to Lindale Plaza. "OTT'rhome'r, JUdy Schullz, 32, of 3524 Willowbrook drive NE, was in good condition at St. Luke's hospital suffering fractured ribs and culs. Attempted Turn Police said the car driven by Mrs. Schultz attempted to make a left turn and was hit by an oncoming car. The driver of the other car, Cinda Lou Hamblin, 1'J, Hia- watha, was not hurl. Two youths were hogpllnlizcd with injuries suffered Friday when Ihe 15 year old driver of the car in which they wore riding ran off Ific road and turned over several county road about two miles west of the Cedar Rapids city limits. Randy Lee Marchant, 5201 Spencer drive SW, the driver of Ihe car, was trealed at' SI. Luke's for bruises and released. Marchant was charged with failure to have the vehicle under control and driving with- out a driver's license. Two drivers involved in a col- lision Friday at the intersection of Wiliams boulevard and Trent street SW were in good condi- tion at Mercy hospital. Karen B. Bermel, 32, of 2921 Sixth street SW, suffered an eye cut and a back injury. The other driver, Michael E. Travis, 18, of 2324 Mallory street SW, was ad- milled lo (he hospital suffering arm and head injuries. Police said Miss Bermcl's car drove onto Williams boulevard "rom an access road. Miss Berme! was charged with failing to stop or yield WEDDING FLOWERS lor Bmuly from PIERSON'SFter Your FIT) t'lnrld IBM Kill] Blvd. NW Flnwcrphnnc 3M-IRM Truck Surcharge Rollback Studied WASHINGTON (AP) The Interstate Commerce Commis- sion says it is considering a pos- sible rollback of the 6 percent irice surcharge it granted in- dependent truckers during their itrike earlier this year. It acknowledged Friday that t was accepting until April 1 Mmments on whether a roll- iack should be ordered. It said i already has received "a lumber of letters or formal pe- itions" for.a rollback from indi- idual shippers and associa- ions. The surcharge was designed to help independent truckers cover the increased cost of die- sel fuel. Trucking firms regulat-, ed by the ICC that employ in- dependent operators have been permitted to file for the sur- charge on their freight rates, then pass along the amount to the person actually incurring the added cost. Rep. Joe Rinas (D Marion) disagreed, saying he believes nine percent is realistic for re- volving accounts. "1 think it would be a real mistake for Ihe legislature to set a limit of 18 percent on revolving charge Rinas said. "I'm surprised at Rob- inson said, adding that "even the most liberal" members of Ihe senate, as well as groups like the Iowa Student Public In- terest Research Group, say the limit should be at least 14 per- cent. Do What Is Fair Motion-Sickness Drug Bottles Being Sought WASHINGTON (AP) The Food and Drug Administration said Friday that it is trying to locate two bottles containing a superdose of a mo- tion-sickness drug that could jeopardize persons taking it. The bottles may contain 50- milligram pink pills of promelh- azine hydrochloride, although they are incorrectly labeled as 12.5-mg. pills, which are gray, the FDA said. The bottles, identified by the ot number 6515, were distrib- uted between last November and February. Consumers who received pink promethazine lab- els during lhat period were ad- vised to contact their doctor or druggist to determine if they arc involved in the recall. Chilean Suicide SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) Jose Toha, minister of the inte- rior and defense in the ousted Marxist government of Salvador Allende, committed suicide Fri- day. "All we want to do is what we think is fair and right and rea- sonable; we don't want to choke off the little Robinson said. Rinas said there is a signifi- cant difference between closed- end accounts and revolving ac- counts. Because of the rising costs of items like autos and appliances, considered necessities-, credit is necessary to make them avail- able to all persons, he said, and companies should be allowed a ligh enough rate to be able to offer credit. However, he called revolving accounts "a gimmick to in- crease and said tighten- ng up rates on those accounts vould not create an undue hard- ship on consumers. No Irreparable Damage "It would not do irreparable damage to our economy if we ighten those he said. Rinas drew some support rom Rep. Wally Horn, (D Cedar Rapids) who said, "I lon't want Joe to appear to .land alone in this. Several of us would like to see it around 12 o percent." Horn, said revolving accounts are a service a slore doesn'-t nave to offer. He said offering credit is a decision a business man makes for competitive rea- sons, comparing it to a decision on whether to provide clerks in a store or operate it as self-ser- vice. Voices Concern Rep. Joan Lipsky (R Cedar Rapids) said she is concerned about reports that concentrate on the interest rate controversy and ignore other sections of the bill, which she termed extreme- ly important. "I'm afraid we'll lose this bill, and get an interest-rate bill with no governmental reorganization or consumer she said. About 45 persons crowded- into the Hiawatha city council chambers for the' two-hour meeting with the legislators, which touched on a broad range of subjects. Ruling Reversed On Pierced Ears DBS MOINES (AP) The Iowa atlorney general's office has reversed an earlier opinion and says medical doctors aren't the only ones who can pierce someone's ears. Asst. Ally. Gen. Fred Haskins said Friday he was in error when he said earlier that ear- piercing falls under medical practice law which requires medical or osteopathic licensing lo perform certain procedures on the human body. Haskins said a closer review of the law reveals that ear- piercing falls outside the pur- view of medical practice laws lecause it doesn't involve "a healing purpose." State health officials asked for the opinion, noting some depart- ment stores offer free ear-picrc- ng lo purchasers of earrings For 61 years flowers for all occasions JOHN Convonfonf downtown location 345-0511   

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