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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Progress Could Make Automobile Almost as Good as Nagging Mom ft., ntnlr WAD! By Dick West WASHINGTON (DPI) KV- eryone who tools about in molor vehides of the continu- ing battle oj-'wits between mo- torists and auto safety experts. The safety experts are forever coming up with ingenuous new devices squawking noises, weight sensors, ignition in- terlocks, etc. to force motor- ists to fasten their seat belts. But m o t o r i s t s have been equally brilliant in figuring oul ways to neutralize this equip- ment. Thus the seat belt due has become pretty much of a standoff. I "was discussing this situation a few days ago with an auto Dick safety expert Lappstrapp. named Sidney I said, "Isn't it ironic that a country that has the technical know-how to land a man on the moon, can't devise a foolproof seat belt Lappstrapp turned red. "Don't bet on he said angrily. "We safety experts are on the verge of a breakthrough that will make it impossible to drive a car with the seat belts unbuckled." Self-Deslructs He was reluctant to give any details, but in principle the sys- tem will work like this: If anyone turns on the ignition switch of a car without first lashing himself to the seat, the vehicle will self-destruct. I said, that taking auto safety a little too Lappstrapp said the important thing is that it works. "A motorist is going to think twice about neglecting his seat belt if failure to buckle up means getting blown he pointed out. I commended Lappstrapp for having finally solved the prob- lem. "Having your car explode in the driveway certainly 'cuts down your chances of being seriously injured in a traffic ac- I said. New Horizons Progress in this field started me to wondering if the concept of scat belt enforcement couldn't also be used for other worthwhile social or health pur- poses. Many motorists, for example, forget to wear their galoshes when they go out in rainy weather. Thus running the risk of catching pneumonia. So how about a sensory device on the gas pedal that is trig- gered by wet shoes? It causes .he horn to start beeping, re- Dam Mole Poses Threat to Form, WINNIPEG, Man. (UPI) A mole, slightly larger than a field mouse, is causing sleepless nights for Fred Orchard, whose "arm is seven miles ,west of flood-ravaged Carman, Man. His home and his yard are dry, protected by a dike holding jack up to five feet of water. But a stubborn mole consjs- ently burrows into the dike, causing a leak which quickly erupts into a jet of water. "Four times during .the. night ny men and to plug the eaks caused by the )rchard. "I have set traps for t, but so far I've been unable to catch it. "As iong as it is free, it could jut my home and property underwater." minding you to go back Inside and put on your rubbers. Or how about a steering wheel wilh a metahlolism sensor? Should you go out without tak- ing your vitamin pills, the sen sor would cause the steering wheel to lock the moment you touched it. Carried to its logical ends, an automobile could be the next best thing to a nagging mother. Scout Unit Puts Wet Blanket on 'Playboy' Patrol ATLANTA (UPI) The Rab- bit patrol or the Bunny patrol might have been acceptable. But the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America de- cided Tuesday that a Playboy patrol was going a little too far. A group of boys in Troop 61 of suburban Smyrna named them- selves the Playboy -patrol last week rejecting traditional patrol names like the Owl patrol or the Mole patrol as boring. A presentation of bunny patches and flags was to have been the.troop Thurs- day from a personal emissary from Playboy head Hugh Hefner and four shapely bunnies from the local Playboy club. But the Atlanta Scout council called a halt to the planned'ac- tivities Tuesday, saying the'pre- sentation, or any further activi- tiesinvolving the Playboy orga- nization; would not be permit- ted. "Troops are encouraged to de- velop, their own names'.and in-, .said Tom Uffelman, ex- ecutive director of the council. "But'they are not "encouraged to develop names like .the Playboy patrol. "It's kind of one of those ri- diculous things that unfortu- nately get more publicity than something that is done construc- tively." Services (Continued from t'age 3.) ave. SW. Paul Pfaltzsraff. S.S 9. Sew. 10. Sharon 831 18lh ave. SW. Everett K. Burham. S.S. 8, Scrv. 10. St. M30 Ki- lls blvd. NW. Stephen K. Root, S.S. Serv. 10. St. Maik's (United) 4700 Johnson Lee Tfoy Col- lins. S.S. Scrv. It "The Great St. Paul's (United) 1340 Third avc. SE. Arnold Herbst, James II. Ricsel. Warren S Webb. S.S. II. Commun- ion, Serv. 11_ "To Whom Shall They Shuwvllle (United) .tot. 2 Leonard Showalter. S.S. Scrv. Trinity (United) 3rd ave. 5lh st. SW. Ernest W. Larson S.S. Scrv. "We Ely rd. Sw Leonard Showalter. S.S. 10 Serv. 9. NAZARKNE l First 3113 1st ave SW. Hardy J. Powers. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. ,7. 29lh st. NE. Crawford Howe. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. Trinity 1328 K st. SW, James L. Hayes. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. 7. ORTHODOX St. (Sy.) 1202 10th st. SE. Constantino Nasr. S.S. Matins 10. Liturgy, Sat. Vespers, p.m. St. John's (E) 600 7th st, SE. Demctrlos Walker. S.S., Matins, 10V Morning Prayers, St. 501 A ave. NE. Alexander Anastasiou. S.S. Orthros Liturgy PRESBYTERIAN Calvin Sinclair (United) 715 38th st. SE. Earl A. Hueb- ner. S.S. 10. Serv. 9, "A Risky Central 1700 B-ave. NE. Allen S. Van Cleve. S.S. 9.45. Serv. ft. "Have You Somethi'ng To Sing Christ Church (United) 2000 1st Ave. NW. Robert Bou- ton.. S.S. 9. Serv. "All in the -'First (United) 310 5th st. SE. John S. Shew, Larry R. Johnson. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. "Swords, Ser- pents and Vespers. 4 p.m: Hus Memorial (U n i t e d) 2808 Schaeffer dr. SW. George B. McDffl. S.S. Serv. "Our Father, Nixon, Durdnte Make Comeback Talks By Bob Considine NEW'YORK-The two ...most p a m p e r e d.-and appreciated travelers last w.eek were Presi- dent Nixon and Jimmy Durante, The President ilew. to Jack: Miss., splendor of Air Force One and got the reception he's had since Watergate sprang a'leak, Durante flew from Los An- geles to New York in an Ameri- can "Airlines 747 and was treated like: a visiting oil potentate at the Waldorf-Astoria.. Both Each was a kind of comeback. Nixon said: "Very Difficult" "I can see it years from now i a President of the United States may be island- ing in this very place. It will be the year 2000, and he will say of this generation, 'They did not fail when the going was "very difficult and when Ameri- can leadership was so import- ant in the world.' Durante said: "Inka-Dinka-Doo." Both speeches .won standing ovations, but in a husky whisper and laced with haunting tears to the eyes of many strong men gathered at the Banshees luncheon which is a feature of the annual Publishers conven- tion. You see, Durante suffered a stroke in November of about the time Nixon'.won his' overwhelming mandate. It af- fected his left side and speech. He is wheeled .about in a rolling chair but, as someone once said of another gallant soul, Jimmy can strut sitting down. His eyes still bat merrily. His cockeyed hat has never recovered from being run over by a Mack truck shortly after World war I. In their separate ways, the two performers deeply moved their audiences and were in turn touched by the response. There must have been occasions re- cently when the President doubted if lie had a friend in mmZODIAC "NO-SAUCE" INN 51IMth AVE. MARION TURN RT. AT 50th ST. ENJOY THE STYLISTIC FREE SPIRITED FOLK GUITAR OF: "DAVE WILLIAMS1 8 PM-CLOSING i i STARTING MONDAY BLAIR THORN OROANIST SINGER the world outside his immediate family, and Bebe, but now ..he stood there in a there used to be a bounty paid for Republican hides, transfixed by the jroplause and friendly support'of. two Demo- cratic eminences, East- land, chairman of the senate judiciary committee and John Stennis, chairman of the armed forces committee. Their presence was a tacit promise that they would be in the President's corner (with 'all their senatorial if the house of. representatives 'im- peaches and asks the senate to convict. Encouraging Stay Moreover, the President'was warmed instead of chilled by a newspaper for a change during his brief but encouragjng stay. The. Jackson Daily News, with a front-page printed- in .'red, white and -stated .that it had taken a poll which.showed 97.7 'percent- of its r'e a d.e r s wanted the President to "haiig in there." It added tha't TV com- mentators are so unfair to him that their treatment amounts to a nightly "lynching." One.can only Nixon's joy as he was rushed to his jet and zipped back to Washington. Bbt at the Waldorf, about publishers, editors and their friends saw Durante's emotions "live.'.'. And it isn't likely that "PELICAN PEACE BAND" SUNDAY FAMILY BUFFET lo J and S lo t p.m. par person (Mldiinund.tlO.SDS Friid Counlry Chlckin, Swin Sl.ok, lU.J Hum, Chow M.in, V.getabkt, Snladl and Dciurt, Grant Wood Kitchen ROOSEVELT MOTOR HOTEL Oimt Parking anyone present will forget; for a long, long time. It'w'as'a kind of miracle, real- ly. In the- first place, nobody associated .with King Features Syndicate Durante to accept the invitation to" be the Banshees' guest honor -and receive the organization's "Sil-. ver Lady" award from the host, Bill Hearst, It was patently too much to ask of an 81-year-old man in a chair, particularly a chair with wheels, a man in need of his good strong nurse, Hon Woods. But' Durante sent back word through, his wife Marjorie that he'd.make it, somehow. "Somehow" Forces The "somehow" forces formed at American Airlines offices in L.A. and New York.. Durante was wheeled aboard the 747 at Los Angeles International .air- port by a. team headed by Bill Hippie, Bill Tinsmans and Bud Saunders. American put a com- pany doctor aboard, in case. At New York, Durante was transferred to the tender loving care of Kay Hansen, the coun- try's best public' relations girl, David Frailey, Felix Edwards, Glair Haggan and Dennis Gon- zales. The Waldorf, had his suite ready for him, a doctor nearby, and any dish he wanted pre- pared. Meyer Davis '.'played" him to his table at the luncheon with the strains of, Jimmy's theme song, his musical signature since 1918. Everybody stood up and clapped as people do for the finish of the Boston marathon. Jimmy had made it. His mission; was accomplished. But, hold! After accepting the late Willy Pogany's Silver Lady statue' from Hearst, Jimmy's good arm moved, and his eyes told that he wanted a microphone brought close to him: I After a poignantly long time, the "Inka" lyrics started-com- ing from him in the wonderful dese and dem style of old, pain- fully spaced but unmistakable. It was too much, but then Jimmy went' .slowly, gamely, into "If You're Young at and' just about everybody broke up. Baby Blues 8 pk. top 1.25 Olympia on Tap EMERGENCY ROOM 4650 1st AVE. NE Indian Creek (Reformed) K.I'. Hall. 1001 Old Marlon rd. NE. Mark Pelt. S.S. 11. Serv. 10. Kenwood 327 35111 St. NK. L. A. Chamberlain, Mutry Haber. a3. 11. 1525 Holly- wood blvd. NE. Floyd J. Con- loy. S.S. Serv. Allan McBurney. (United) 237 irfth st. NW. Francis Roy King. S.S. Serv. 11, "Our Father Is the Lyle Kuehl. 1285 3rd ave. SE. Dr. John P. Woods. S.S. Serv. 8, II. of Disci- UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST and H) 351 8th ave. SW. Glenn D. Hunt. S.S. Serv. First Congregational 361 nth st. SE'. Glenn N. Bender, Robert L. Myren. S.S. 10. Serv. 10. Hope 150 9th avc., Hia- watha. I.ylo V. Kuehl. S.S. Serv. "On Believing in Sycamore Francis King. OTHER CHURCHES Baha'i 8, 1810 'Hidgewood terr. SE: Wed. 2415 4th ave., Marion; Fri. 8, 2773 C st. SW, Apt. A. Bethany 65th. st NW. Mary A. White. S.S. Serv. 10. "SermonsV" Cedar Hills Community Re- formed 4980 Gordon ave. SW. Leon Aalberts. S.S. Seiv. 11. "Six Steps to Each Eve. 7. "On Cedar Hills Evangelical Free .West Post rd. and Midway dr. JJW. S.S. Serv. Eve.. 7. Wed. eve.. 7. Cedar Rapids Bible 3412 Oakland rd. NE. S.S. II. Serv. jr. Eve. 7. 'Wed. Cedar Rapids Friends Meet- ing a.m. Contact W. R. Haworth. 363-65A7. Cedar Valley Bible Church 3636 Oottage Grove ave. SE. Reagan Benedict. Thomas V. Fogle. Dwight L. Taylor. S.S. Secv. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. Central Church of Christ 1500 1st ave. NW. Penney F. Nichols. Sis.. Serv. Eve. G. Wed. 7. Christian and Missionary Al- liance 1622 42nd st. NE. S.S. Serv. David Beck- nell. Eye. 7. Wed1, eve. 7: Peace Christian Reformed 6600 C ave.. NE. Eail B. Dy- keina. S.S. Seno Eve. >r Church of' the Brethren 1200 Second ave. SE. Dr. Wayne A.- Shireman.: S.S. Serv. Eve. 6. M i n I s t r y of Deliverance .2nd st. SW. H. G. Kurth. F. R. 'Davidson. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Church of C4od. Prophecy 3211 Edgewood ird1. Michael Boots. S.S. 10. Serv.. 11. Eve. .Wed. Miller. S.S. Serv. Church of GodV- llOi Oak- land rd.'NE. .A. B. Moslander. S.S. Serv. Eve. 6. Eastview Churchi of Christ- Old Marion rd. NE. Lawrence W. Merritt. S.S. Scrv. FJye. 7. Wed. eve. 7. Ellis Park GoJ 726 L ave. NW. John Little. S.S. Sen-. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. 8. 'First Church of (Christ, Scientist 1242 SE. serv "Everlasting Wed. eve. First ,25th st. James F. Lange, 'SjS. Berv. "Marriage Coun- s_eling, Paul's ,ve. 7. "Equipped by First Open Bible jfell E ave. NW. Neal B. Gail. S.S. Serv. Eve. First Pentecostal Church 8fiO Center Point rd. NE. James O. McCoy. S.S, 9-30. Sen'. Tiles., Thurs.-Eve. 7> Foursquare Gospel 6013 .1st URBANAFEED IMPLEMENT CO. MAIN Presents Reggy Bruce Band Sat. Night 9 Breasted Chicken and Pizza 443-5438 A AT THE 5ALTX DOC ave. SW. Lee Griftts. S S. Serv. and Communion, "The Purpose of Lighted Ves- Eve. 7. "A Thief in the Wed. eve. Fri. p.m. Grace D ave. NE. Gilbert Gilgan. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. Interdenominational 3rd st. and 5th ave. SW. A. J. Stokes. S.S. Serv. Eve. Islamic 1st ave. SW. S.S., scrv. prayer, 12. Friday prayer 12. Meth-Wick Chapel 1224 13th st. -N'W. Donald Artman. Serv. 9. New Apostolic Wilson avc. SW. S.S. Serv. 10. Eve. 5. Wod. eve. 8. New Jerusalem Church of Cod in 9th avc. SE. H. Bassctt. S.S. Ecrv. 12. Eve. a. Peoples Unitarian 600 3rd ave. SE. Walter E. Kellison. S.S., scrv. 10. Forum 10, 12 noon. Salvation Army 1123 3rd st. SE. Eugene Adney. S.S. Serv. 11. 7. Seventh-Day st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Sieg- fried Roeske. S.S. Serv. 11. Seventh Day Chnrch of GoA (Meridan) 3330 Prairie dr. NE. W. T. McMickin. School Sat. 10. Serv. Temple Judah 3221 Lind- say lane SE. Serv. 8 p.m. Ex- cept 1st Fri. of month, serv. p.m. Unity 2nd ave. SE. Mabel K. Swanson. Sew. 11. "God Only Is Understand- The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat, May 4. 1974 Television Listings 9-KOG-TV, Cedar Rapids 2-WMT.TV.Cedor 7-KWWl-TV, VValerSo 3-KTVO, Ollumwa 4-WHBMV, Jtotl, i.lond d-WOCJV, Dov.npoil a-WKBT.laCoiM lO-mOC-TV, Rodmter 13-KHW-TV, Iowa Gty 13-WHO-TV, De> Moinet 40-KDUS, Saturday Night Wvik Wcwi News. Weather. Spls. 3-Lav.rer.ee Wtlk Lawrcnct WeiK 8-Lowrence Weather. Sab. Guitar 40-Roller Games Saunres 10-Viclorvat Sea )2-World ol Animal! )3-lnslde Iowa "Muilc Man" 2-All In Family 3-Porirldoe Family 4-AII In Family In Family Who Family 2-M'A'S'H "Cot Creature" f ifcffi Susotrne "Cat Crwiure" tyier ffwe 7-NBC Movie-- "You'll Like My Mother" Tyler Moore "You'll Like My Mother" 8-Mary Tyler Moore Wavte- "You'tl Like My Mother" MBC Movie- "You'll tihe My Mother" Newhort Mewhort He-wharf Burnett Burnett Burnett Seas wen Marshall 9-Eyewitness News News Weather, Spts, News 4-News, Weather. Spls, O'Clock Edition 8-Newj, Spts., Weather Weather, Sofs. r- "Six Leiiom From Lazonaa" "CUampaanf Murders" "Our Man Flint" Film Festival 4-U.F.O, "McHofe'S Navy B-MovIe in America -Angel Who Pawned Her 4-OuterLlm 9-Wlde World of Entertainment 2-Evil Touch Church Briefs McBurney To Talk On His New Life Alan McBurney, Toddville contractor, will be a guest speaker at the a.m. Sun- day worship service at Knox Presbyterian church. McBurney his new life in will describe Christ. The results of his faith are a completely changed personality, new living habits and interests and a totally different life style. A class of 48 youths will be confirmed Sunday at 11 a.m. at St. Paul's United Methodist church. .Mr. and 'Mrs. Daniel Knight, former residents of Cedarj 7 p.m. at First Covenant cfturch. The Circut'Riders, a singing and evangeu'stic group of 20 stu- dents from Mid-America Na- zarene college, Olathe, Kan., will hold services Saturday at p.m. and Sunday at a.m. at First Church of the Nazarene. "The Sound of a doc- umentary film featuring Dale Evans and Corrie Ten Boom, portraying the life of Maria Von Trapp, will be shown Sun- day at 7 p.m. at Hillside Wes- leyan church. Mf. Zion, Baptist church will Rapfds, will speak Sunday at llhold a mother-daughter banquet p.m. at the Central .Church of Christ. The Knights have spent the past, two years sibnanes in Quito, Ecuador under the Master's Apprentice program of-ttie East Hill Church of' Christ-.'and. York college, York, Neb. The Knigfits will re- ;urn to Ecuador later this.year. A musical by John Peter- son, "Jesus Is will be presented Sunday at a.m. at the Valley View Bap- tist church. The Gospel film, "A Thief m he about Bible prophe- cy, will be shown Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Church, of the Four- square Gospel of the East Iowa Bible camp will be shown Sunday at May 11 at 6 p.m. Family will provide the. enter- tainment. The-Rev. Canon D. A. Lo- ferski will hold a special church service lo bless the animals at the Linn County Humane society, Mt.' Vernon road SE, Sunday at 2 p.m. First Presbyterian church, will lold an organ-choir vesper ser- vice Sunday at 4 pirn. Hus Memorial Presbyterian church will hold a reception of new members at a.m. Sunday worship service. The senior high RCYF Wai" Expires May 10 Skirts Sweaters Trousers No Limit Trim Pleats Extra Expires May 30 2 Piece Suits 2 Piece Dresses O'Coats Furs, Suodes, Leathers, Pleats, Extra. No Limit Expert Alterations, Mending He-weaving Ask About Free Storage of your Winter Garments LOCATIONS 3rd St. SE HOURS: Opon 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Daily Marion 708 7tti HOURS: Moru Ihru a.rrT. lo 8 p.m. Sal. B a.m. lo 6rp.m. I Hour Service Daily Including Sat., 'til 3 p.m. Players will present "On Trial" by Charles Stevens Sunday at 7 p.m. at Cedar Hills Community Reformed; church. Jim and Sandy Hynek, former missionaries to Zam- bia, Africa, will speak Sunday at First Christian church, Center Point. They will show slides of their stay at 9 a.m. and: Hynek will deliver the message at a.m. There will be a patuicfc dinner fol- lowing the service. C.R. Drug Numbers report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 If you need help: Foundation II 362-2174 [4 p.m.. to midnight) i Cmnmeraa! Industrial- Free Estimates BROULIKBROS. 2210 A St. SW Starring Robert Preston and Shirley Jones MtisieMaii "Seventy-six Trombones" leads the way to one] of the biggest, brightest musicals ever I made with Meredith Willson's wonderful music' and the color and small-town charm of River City, Iowa! SATURDAY NIGHT   

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