Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 18, 1974, Page 10

Cedar Rapids Gazette

April 18, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa JO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., April IS. 1974 Despite Danger, Handshake Not Yet Replaced by Kiss Dunlop Predicts Sharp Increase In Steel Prices WASHINGTON (AP) - John, Dunlop, director of the Cost of' Living Council says an estimat- cold from shaking hands than tory infections were as rampant ed 13.6 percent increase in costs WASHINGTON (UPI) - Las! fr0™ kissi,nS-    ,    as<;™'if not ™re *>• .u f°r ‘he nation’s steel firms will I fall von mar recall medical! 0bvI°“sly- however, that mrs-; Which strongly suggests that,resu„ in sharply risjng s,ee|i fall, you may recall, medical sage ^ldn t get across {0 the the ratio of handshakes to kisses : researchers working under a general public.    has remained fairly constant. jp ‘ federal grant established that We are now emerging from a In other words, many people    expect    prices to increase! people are more likely to catch winter in which upper respira- are still shaking hands in situa-1 sut)etantlally,    tXinlop told a lions where kissing would be news cor,ference Wednesday, equally appropriate and deci- Steel companies will be free dedly more healthy. Why? By Dick West — City Briefs — Why has kissing failed to Save on invalid needs. Rent or catch on despite the medical ev-buy from Buresh Rental. Wheel idence in its favor? chairs, hospital beds, walkers, I Seeking a scientific answer to crutches and commodes. — Adv. that question, I obtained an in-* * * Gun Taken — Mary Bowers, Center Point, reported a handgun of undetermined value, a purse valued at $7 and $40 cash were taken Tuesday or Wednesday from her car while it was Honor Roll — Timothy James parked at Collins Radio Co. Fay, eon of Mr. and Mrs. R.E.j *    *    *    Fay,    1609 Arizona avenue NE. I 269 Thirty-second street NW, is has been named to the winter a patient at Mercy hospital. Vis-(quarter honor roll at the Univer-i itors welcome.    sity    of Montana. ♦ * * * * * Effective May I, Drs. Crew. Vanourny    and Davis will    be moving from 717 A Ave. NE to 1030 5th Ave. SE. - Adv. ♦ * * ued    at    $91    were    reported    taken    ,!*at fanti.ers    ~ matologist. Tuesdav    or    Wednesday    from    a    Members Wl11 meet Sunda.V at 2 car owned bv Kenneth KoppesJp m at p^°P,es Bank ®ast- For|with Schmaque’s discipline, phi-— - —    'Imore information,    tpinnhnnpi. . .    ,    >    « 366-6545. Rummage Sale. 1541 4th Ave. S.E. Friday only. 9 to 6.—Adv. ♦ * * Car Entered — A tape deck valued at $79 and 13 tapes valued at $91 were reported taken Tuesday or Wednesday from aj and deci to raise prices without government interference when wage and price controls expire April 30. He noted that the pending price increases would be on top of the 9.2 percent hikes already allowed the steel industry during the Phase 4 controls program. He said the cost pressures do not take into account new labor agreements reached in the steel industry last week, which observers say could add another 5 percent to industry costs. lf the steel industry should attempt to raise prices to recover all increased costs in the terview with Dr. J. Lippering months ahead — which is by no Schmaque, a professional phile- means certain — Dunlop said it could result in a 22 percent rise For anyone not acquainted in steel prices within a year. The Neighbors By 6«orga Clark & /W Kyi Joliet WTOiUn I I , I' ' JJT -■ rw rn VNOTWgR SU OOO SAMPLE ?» WH05 VOUR SUPERVISOR - COUNT PRACULA ? " Guilty Plea by Ship Executive WASHINGTON (UPI) - John Melcher, executive vice-president and counsel of American 1639 Park Towne court NE, while parked at his residence. * * * Integrates All Living Quarters REIDSVILLE, Ga. (UPI) -Living quarters at the Georgia state prison have been totally telephone jematology is defined by *•+    *    D    * Webster as “the science of kiss- >37601*010 rtlSOn *    *    +    \    mJ ing. ) Friday and Saturday. Hickory- -Nobody in thc osculation 1974 Stamp and Com Catalogs..smoked barbecue ribs with held expected there would be a Jerome s. Adv.    homemade sauce, 5 p.m.—Blue    jqq percent switchover from *    *    *    Moon, 3108 1st Ave. N E — Adv.    handshakes to kisses,” Schma- In Hospital -Mrs. Gaie Ward.    *    *    *    que told me «There definitely 1550 Fifth avenue SE, has re- Cedar Rapids Accordion Aces aj.g some occasions at which turned to Mercy hospital for Spokane, Worlds hair Concert, kissing and handshaking are not integrated in compliance with treatment and surgery. Visitors Sunday, April 21, 2 p.m. Mem- interchangeable    a 1968 federal court order, are not permitted.    oriel Coliseum. Admission $1.-    Prison    officials    said    the move .    i    *    .    .    of more than 2.000 inmates pro- Best Rental, open 7-9 week-    *    *    *    “The    referee at a boxing ceecjed smoothly days, 8-5 Sundays. — Adv.    Pork    and    Dumpling    Supper,    match, for example, couldn’t ,    .    ,    , *    *    *    Friday’ April 19’ 5 t0 8’ Eagles    very wel1 direct the Pu8i,ists to    troubL'^wha^soever*” ° regional Purse Taken - Theresa Lodge. 202 7th Ave. S.E. Adults; ‘kiss and come out fighting.’”    forrpction* Commis- Hatzky, 2314 Fifth avenue SE. I $2. Children $1.50. Bohemian I said. “I suppose that would . p • . , „ ,,    .. reported her purse containing $9 dancing to follow.—Adv.    spoil the effect.”    1    r, was taken Tuesday or Wednes-    *    *    *    “Nor    would kissing be a suit- We ve not had to use any day from St. George and the Johnny’s Parkway. Corner able substitute when someone is lorce- Everyone s got their stuff Dragon, 208 Second avenue SE. Ellis and F Ave. N.W. Friday shaking hands with a baseball    up,    tbey    rc Just The purse was found later out- Special: Swiss Steak. Served umpire,” Schmaque continued. wailin8 10r ba”5 to clear side the lounge,    but the money up 'til 8:30 p.m. Menu dining!“That mask he wears can rip    so thcy can Tnove* "e 531(1 was missing.    from IO a.m. ’til I a.m. Carry    your lips to shreds.”    Prison officials said the new out orders welcome.—Adv.    I    said. “What you say may be living arrangements would re- * * *    true,    sir, but there are many fleet the racial breakdown of $50 reward’ for information j other times, such as greeting [the institution, which is 55 pervading to the return of 2 Gates (your wife on your wedding anni-J cent black and 45 percent white. XT Commando 10x15 tires and versary, when a kiss would I Reidsville is the last state penal wheels stolen off 72 Jeep at serve as well as a handshake. facility to be desegregated. Ear City Auto Sales. 366-1881.1 “With all the viruses that are — Adv.    floating    around, why does the *    *    *    ceremonial handshake continue Photo Exhibition — The 1974 to flourish?” Invitational Photographic Exhi- Schmaque explained that bition of the North Central much of the public resistance to Council of Camera clubs, spon- kissing stems from confusion1 Servan-Schreiber, magazine! sored by the Cedar Rapids Y between “bussing” and “bus-lPubbsber and president of Camera club, is on display in j ing.”    !the Radical Socialist party, the auditorium of the Cedar! “Because of the similarity Tuesday announced he would j 10-Year Federal Term in Bombing MADISON (AP) — Anti-war ? activist Harleton Armstrong was sentenced in federal court Thursday to IO years in prison for the bombing of a University of Wisconsin building in 1970 in which one person died. U. S. District Court Judge James Doyle passed sentence after Armstrong and his attorney pled that the federal government not add a sentence to , the 23-year term he is serving under a state conviction in the I case. Shipbuilding Co., pled guilty Thursday of concealing an illegal $25,000 campaign contribution to President Nixon’s 1972 campaign. Melcher’s surprise plea to the misdemeanor count reportedly means he will testify against the company’s chief executive. George Steinbrenner. Steinbrenner, also president of the New York Yankees baseball team, has been indicted on charges of a number of election law violations in connection with campaign contributions to presidential. vice-presidential and congressional candidates. Melcher faces a possible year in jail and $5,000 fine. His plea was accepted by Chief U.S. District Judge John Hart, who delayed sentencing. Nixon: Legacy Of Peace Is Goal of U. S. WASHINGTON (AP) - President Nixon told the Daughters of the American Revolution Thursday America’s great goal must be to create “a legacy ol peace for all mankind.” Nixon, shaking to an appreciative audience that filled Constitution hall, said that to avoid the fate of vanished civilizations. the country needs “a renewal of America’s sense of mission, sense of patriotism and sense of destiny.” Looking ahead to the country's 200th birthday in another two years, the President said Greece and Rome did not tumble because they were poor or weak but because they lost their sense of mission. Declaring that the country needs goals larger than itself to infuse vitality and to avoid a selfish turning inward. Nixon said: “Peace of the world is in oui hands.” Adding that he saw this as a fact of history rather than an arrogant assertion, the Chief Executive said only the U.S. among the non-Communist nations is in a position to help promote conditions that would permit the next generation to live in a world without war. Nixon was introduced by Mrs. Donald Spicer, the DAR president general, who said the organization was especially pleased he could attend their convention so the delegates could demonstrate “how firm our support |is.” This drew loud applause Trial Date Set In Suit over Union Picketing Federal Judge Edward J. McManus Wednesday gave two parties in a suit over picketing procedures until April 26 to settle out of court. Dubuque Plumbing and Heating Co. filed suit in May of 1973 against Cedar Rapids local 81 of the association of heating and frost insulators and asbestos I workers. The suit claims the union engaged in illegal picketing in 1972 at two sites at which the plumbing and heating firm had contracts. Ust Projects The company, a division of Geiger and Co., was engaged in general contracting at Xavier hospital and the St. Regis Paper Co., both in Dubuque, and subcontracted work to the Ruefer Insulation Co. At both locations, the suit contends, the union picketed and displayed signs saying “Ruefer Insulation Co. failed to pay prevailing wages and meet conditions.” ‘Violation’ This, the plaintiff says, is in violation of the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947, as amended. The firm asks $10,000 damages from the local. McManus gave the two parties until April 26 to negotiate settlements. If the dispute is not settled by that date, the case will go to trial May 30. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS IS to be 20 YEARS AGO - The Russians rejected again Western * * * Fish and shrimp served every Friday, 6 to 9 p.m. Stickney’s Scoreboard. Marion.—Adv. * * * The Design Studio at Cedar Rapids Paint is having a free clinic. “How to hang wall covering for the do-it-yourselfer” on April 29 and 30 at 7:30 p.m. There is no charge but call 363-9634 for reservations to this free wall paper clinic. Reservations are necessary.—Adv. ♦ * * The new sentence served concurrently. The terms of thc state and proposals to ease travel and federal sentences would make lower other barriers between Armstrong eligible for parole in Soviet-occupied East Germany five years.    and West Germany. Soviet Trade NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.. Inc., will inaugurate bimonthly direct cargo service between five U. S. ports and the Soviet Union next month Let a want ad help you solve your buying or selling problems! Dial 398-8234. For Nows, Sports, lookktopmg, Gonorol Mw motion and OHkoi Not listed Itlow Coll ............ itiun {ircukrtion Subscription Oop* 3tl 13)3 Mon thru Sot I t m to I p rn Sundays Until 12 boon Holidays ll • rn to 7 p rn Wont Ads 3*1 1234 Mon thru Tri lorn to Spot Saturday until I? noon Display Advtrtismq 3*1122? i o rn to S p rn Monon Office , 3*1 M30 rlw. £i Pre-Season Sale French Publisher Not a Candidate PARIS (AP) — Jean-Jacques Garage Sale: April 19th. 1294    _____ _______ ...........f    ( Staub Court N.E.—Adv.    Rapids public library. Hours    between the two    words, many    not ^    a ('and*date for    presi *    *    *    are noon to 3 p.m. Friday; 9    people    have come to associate    der7t    Frai?ce' Garage Sale: 1625 25th Ave., am-to 5 p.m. Saturday; noon to kissing with the school bus    .S    race    was    being Marion.—Adv.    J p m. Wednesday through Fri-    issue,”    he said.    turned    into a television-adver- *    *    *    day. and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April    “The    connection    may even be    |,lslIlg carnal.” Midnight    Tues- Veterans Group — Members    27.    subconscious. They    just    know    ay    nl8"t    was    the    deadline for of Veterans of World war I will    * *    *    that busing is controversial and    1 ing    nr    1    y    election install officers following a I    Great    wallpaper    selection    for    therefore they shy    away    from p.m. potluck dinner Sunday at    Eastern    Iowans, Diamond    Vogel    bussing as well.” Memorial coliseum.    (Paint Center, 2704 Mt. Vernon By next winter perhaps the *    *    *    Rd. S.E., 365-6901.—Adv.    I    busing issue will have subsided. LOST: White male Persian.---!    If not, the only way to avoid the declawed, Rolling Green S. W. Wether you’re buying or sell-sniffles will be to start rubbing 366-6749.—Adv.    ing, want ads will work for you. noses. Whirlpool AIR Conditioners in Stock Ex-Dean Dies PRINCETON, N J. (AP) - Sir Hugh Taylor, 84, former dean of Princeton university graduate school and a distinguished phys-! ical chemist, died Wednesday.The secret we’re not allowed to print about McMaster’s Scotch. You probably know that we import McMaster’s by the barrel and bottle it here »to save on freight and taxes. That accounts for the modest price. But what you don't know is that McMasters is made by one of yJ the great Scotch distillers (familiar to just about every Scotch drinker around the world). We’re not allowed to say who for obvious reasons. Just how good a drink is McMasters7 People who know Scotch will know'. McMaster’s The Scotch with a secret. Enjoy Cool Comfort All Summer, Now Offered At The Lowest Prices! $5 Down will hold your Purchase ’til May I5.000 BTU Reg. $1 19.95 SAVE SIO8.000 BTU Reg. $208 SAVE $49I 8,000 BTU Reg. $308 SAVE $5932.000 BTUReg. $499 SAVE $50 I 3 other Models and Sizes To Choose fromCREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE Always Plenty of Free Parking * Open Daily 8 AM to 5 PM * Saturdays 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. and Thurs. ‘Til 9 PMC.R. LUMBER & APPLIANCE SO PROOF. MCMASTER r SCOTCH. IMPORTED AND BOTTLED. 1973 MCMASTER S IMPORT CO , HARTFORD. CONN. 902 Second St. S.W. Phone 365-0467 ;

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