Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 30, 1974, Page 38

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 30, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Famous Footwear Town Country SHOP PINO Cf NTE R BANH AMI RtLAPU \! 11 >1 )|j: r< >VV \ Ohm I \I'| I *i ii lei* < 'hid I.tines I lower loll mile ov el .III Alnei n itll I .ee ion auxiliary policy ha rn nj; Ii a ixi it apptd en Is I rom pal Iji ipalKin iii Oirls’ stale, has mailed iii Ins paid up mein hership< ai d I Iou ei Ion a Im tiler Leeton post commander also wrote a letter oi protest lo National \mei lean I,egion commander Robert L I. Ka I on of In dianapolis, Iud Howerton said lie took the action alter readme a news report Ilia! Hie auxiliary did not intend lo change lls policy tor this year's ' Democracy iii Net ion program lime l a 2*{ al < apii al unix el sil y iii < (ti ii iii tills A < ol LII ll tills seliool-teacher had uracil that the ban on handicapped ends be lifted \n auxiliary spokesman expl. tined that the rule a t' a 111 s I pal t K ipat Kin id handicapped ends was based on Hie belie! that they would not lie able lo keep up With oilier i'll Is iii the week hum exercise iii govem 11 K ill \s a member of the \meriean Lemon I am return nm my paid up membership card as a sy indol of protest iii behn ll of I hose w ho ca ii not protest on their ow ii Mower ton said iii his loller lo Laton ll the present policy is allowed to stand I do not wish my membership card re turned bul I ti we enough confidence iii the American I.emnn to believe that urn will not let lins injustice continue Howerton also protested that we as an ormnu/alioii, can • undone excluding a child wUh silliness eyes. I w isled I un tis or unbearing ears from par Dei pa ti UM iii our form el democracy That we can say that the Constitution for which we humid to preserve does not ap ply to you because your body is not perfect aud we < annot take the exit a time to push yoni whoolchaii or Kinde you through an unlighted loom That we have readied that point in our society where compassion has been replaced v\ 11 ti indifference I would remind von that many ol our own are nano hum) of government Ilia! even n apped because they be- |K>rson ,1<ls nu,|f |(( lowed strongly enough iii our f(,r the brightest star ’’ JUST ARRIVED LECITHIN GRANULES CAPSULES or LIQUID OPEN MON. SATURDAY 9 5 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MATTESON HEALTH PRODUCTS 116-1 Sth St. NE Phone 362-7345 Brighten Your Porch or Patio Hanging Basket — SPECIAL — For sun or shade. Filled with trailing Coleus, Verbena, Geraniums, Sultanic Impatiens. In Full Bloom    SQ95 Reg. $12 Now    0 In Bud & Bloom POTTED ROSES Buy 3 — Get One FREE Annuals, Perennials, Vegetable Plants, Garden Needs Mon.-Fri. 8-7    Sat.    8-6 Sun. 9-5 Linn County Nursery, Inc. Center Point, Iowa Ph. 849-1423 No Toll SPECIAL GROUP - JUST ARRIVED WORLD FAMOUS . . . $l3°° Value $ NOW WEDGIE SPECIAL PURCHASE DUNHAM'S "TUFF DUCK"|DUNHAM SANDALS ALL LEATHER Hand Crafted In Florence, Italy! Special Sale Priced at ONLY ...    —    'W    r    to SOO Our Reg. I Discount Price was *9.97 Sole’ Cork Wedge-Plantofion Crepe Sole" High Heels, Mid Heels, Low Heels, Slings, Straps, Platforms, Wedges, Slipons . . . LEATHERS & PATENTS SAVE SPECIAL GROUPDRESS & CASUAL SANDALS America & the World’s Finest Name Brands!$900 t0 $2100 ValuesLeathers • Patents • Krinkles Clogs • Wedges • Straps • Platforms & MoreGREAT COLORSer 2000 Pair on SALE m DIAL 398-8234 BAM to 3 f» M Mondos thru Fndriy Til Noon Sot MAY T To* a*.1 JUNE TTI The Cedar Rapids Gazette I burs . May illf. 1171    19 Police Chief Protests Legion Auxiliary’s Barring of the Handicapped Open Sunday Noon to 5 Monday-Friday 9:30-9 p.m. Saturday 9:30-5:30 p.m. Mid Americas Largest Authorized Factory Outlet Shoe Centers (Marylou we/comes questions for use in this column, but regrets she cannot answer moil personally Send your questions to Clotheslines in care of The Cedar Rapids Gazette) Reader Seeks Solution For Hide-Dust Ruboff Bv Marxian DI AR MARN Ll>1 I have a beautiful deerskin mal arid several cow hide jackets I am almost afraid In wear them’, however, because Hie finish rubs nil un all my Hollies, particularly sweaters I have fried using a suede brush, bul lo no avail K there any thing else I can de in surmount lins problem" K 1 Rh ULAND. VV NSI I DI .AR K (    \    our problem is < ailed surface dust and ll s a shedding problem common lo every suede. I'irsi in brushing burd and often with a hard whisk broom ll you re still gelling a ruh-oll send your deerskin and cowhides lo a (leaner lo bo de-croeked StmI ahum hor smooth leathers which fiave been glazed, fry using <1 little soap OII a damp cloth Wipe dry with a soft dry cloth Sprinkle on a lit!Ie lab nm powder Leathers eau fie (ricks aud diflerenl colors will read differed! Iv so proceed VV ll ll caution by testing OII a pail ol tile garment that eau I lie seen .$#«»#! *# 1*11 ll I lf ll 11 DLAR MARVICH You said von couldn't find Mamhose We have (hem here at Sapersteitis. Main Street Millerton. N V 12 a bi %    —.IS. MILLI R D >N N Y DLAR I s ('hanks for your tip and thanks, too. to I* S VG. and \ M who have good zipper suggestions for A < Both I* S and A IL report that Stephen s Textiles. .42IM L. Colorado. Pasadena. < alit MI ll)?, sells zippers from one inch to inn yards long. They also will repair all kinds and all lengths of zippers for very little motley \ M reports that an 11-inch trouser zipper is tile usual length used for A L's needs and that its cill oft al Hie top where it is sewed into the waistband Onlsizf l*uni f/husi’ DLAR MARVICH Tell LH ii is possible to get her correct stocking size iii Triumph, style -HH. la denier. 49-inch. super long, sizes in i2 to LL manufactured by Danskin. Iii measuring my sample stocking as sin1 did. I found ll is JU inches and a little extra. The same size is available iii style 424. a pinpoint mesh. Other alternatives are style TIM. a stretched nylon iii It VII and ll VLL tall girl, with stretch top and nude lied All retail at $1.50 and come iii many shades In the regular Danskin line. style 5710 is the same as Triumph's TIO Danskin. which specializes iii hard-to-fit sty les. also has two tall-girl type pantyhose: Style 474. a sandal loot in extra long (5ft K iii to 5 ft IO iii 1 and super long (5 It ll in. to ti ti I in > that retails for $2.50 and sly Ie 420. ti tall-girl opaque iii tile same lengths al $2 25 -.IS. KUN MOHL W ASH 180 COLLINS RD. N.E. •Limi(<^(dim* • Only ’ Oi((;.)\( ( olorJV>i*(mi( SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ■ All ages Bilbo** children and adults • One sitting per sublet • Additional sublets Groups or individuals in same family $1 OO per suble t • No proofs Choose from finished piotessional portraits (poses our selec tion • You may selert additional portraits offered at lo* pro es mb NO HANDLING CHARGE Photographer on duty KMART EAST ONLY ;