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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Tho Odar Rapids Gazette: Sat., June 15, 1974  HAIIONM WtAlMt* ItlVICI fOUCAM lo 7Att, ($1  Gov. Ray: Mutual Threat Confronts Both Parties  Three Sets of Golf Equipment Taken in Oelwein  City Briefs  TO    ^  Of I WI MHI It I OW AM  Showers and thunderstorms are expected to be widespread Saturday night from Geor* gia's northern portion upward through the Ohio-Tonnessee valley and into the vicinity of the Great Lakes. Clear to partly cloudy skies are expected elsewhere.  By The Associated Press  Iowa Republicans gathered in each of the state's 99 counties Friday night to elect delegates to the state Republican convention to be held July 19-20.  Republican Gov. Robert Ray, who is seeking re-election for a fourth term, told Republicans meeting in Knoxville that one of the most serious challenges facing Republicans today is the same threat facing Democrats.  “And that is the spectre of a nation without any political parties at all, or with only one party, or with a proliferation of small, splinter groups,” Ray said.  Unaligned  He said there is a growing number of independents not aligned with either Republicans or Democrats.  The Weather  Iowa Deaths  High temperatures Friday, low temp eratures overnight and Inches of pre cipitation:  Anchorage 43    *7    L. Angeles    79    *3  Atlanta 84    al    Miami    84    76  Bismarck . 16    44    Minneapolis    80    SS  Chicago 78    *4 .13    N. Orleans    8*    66  Denver 90    58    New York    78    59  Duluth ...72    48.23    Phoenix    115    87  Honolulu .. 84    74    Seattle    70    58  Houston 90    74    Washington    83    *5  An 18-year-old youth, subdued | after a struggle, was charged Saturday with attempting to rob  Lowden — Anna Koehne, 85.  Monday at 10:30, Trinity Lutheran church. Visitation after 2 Sunday at Chapman’s in Clarence.  Keota — William C. Buch.i ,    ..    .    .    .    .    . ..    ,  81. Tuesday at lo a.m., Ss.  a dentist at  gunpoint rn his rural  Peter and Paul church, Clear Cedar Rapids home.  Creek. Rosary: Monday at 8 r-  T 0    n  . .  .,     Qn     p.m., Powell’s in Keota where!, ^ ia nkJ* Surgis, Belfast, Ire-  nign Friday................90    friends may call beginning I land, who said he was staying  —Linn GOP—  (Continued from Page I.)  judiciary committee controlled by Democrats, and the senate select committee on presidential campaign finances controlled by Democrats — all of which have  DaIbIiavw All****:.mI  from the  beginning made Wa-PlOQuery Hlienipi tergate a partisan political  Dentist and Wife Subdue Youth in  C. R. Weather  Low overnight ...............61    Sunday evening  Noon Saturday ..............70    Center Junction — Mrs. Ron-  2 nm    71     ald  Davis, 61. Monday    at 1:30,  Z p.m. Saturday ............ ,1     Wyomlng Methodist    church .  Precipitation ..............none    visitation after I Sunday, Hay-  Total for June ............. 2.91    den’s in Wyoming.  Normal for June .......... 5.21    -  at 304 H avenue NW, was in good condition in St. Luke’s hos pital, where he was being treated for head injuries suffered in a fight with Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Watson, rural route three. Normal through June ....16.61    |    * J Watson said he and his wife.  Total for 1974 .............24.171 IWO nOSpiTallZGG Lucille, were awakened shortly  Barometer, steady ........29.84 A-f+pp ArrIrl^n+c before 3:40 a m. by the sound of  Humidity at noon ........ 70%    ,    ®    , J, . , the doorbell at the rear of their  Wind    direction    and    velocity    at In CeCicir (\0pids borne.  2 p.m.,    NW    at 21    mph,    gusts    to ...    .. .    .    ...    When he went to the door,  32 mph.    . bicyclist and a motorist watson said, the youth pointed a  (were m gotri condition in St.j 22 caliber rifle at him and Luke s hospital Saturday with f orced b i s wav  j n t 0  t be  kitchen, injuries suffered in separate ac-  The youth  ‘ dema nded money, jcidents.    |    Watson complied, turning over  William H. Johnson, 27, of 2011 several dollars from his wallet, Sunset lane, Hiawatha, suffered;he said.  A struggle ensued when the youth grabbed the wallet from Watson’s hand after demanding more money.  Watson, 59, and his wife were  Sun rises Sunday, 5:30; sun sets, 8:44.  Year Ago Today — High, 89; low, 76; precipitation, .05.  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (13) 10.0 rise .5 Dubuque (17) 12.6 rise .2 Davenport (15) 11.7 fall .2 Keokuk (16) 14.0 rise .4  a fractured leg and foot injury tat 12:45 a.m. Saturday when the j bicycle he was riding was involved in a collision with a car at the intersection of Blairs Ferry and Oakwood roads NE. able to subdue the youth after The driver of the car, Lynn administering repeated blows to Gregory Scheer, 27, of North his head with pop bottles from Liberty, was charged with fail- the nearby utility room.  Cedar at C.R. (13) 10.25 fall 2.0  Traveler's Forecast  Sunday  Bismarck Weather, HLLoj  urc (Q y , e , d the  right-of-way to The >» ut h fired one shot from Chicago    .Cloudy    66-48    the    bike    rider.    Police    said    rifle    during    the    fight,    but it  Cincinnati  PtCldy 71-54 Scheer’s car attempted to make P* erced  a wall in the utility  Cleveland  -Cloudy 70-53  a left turn from the  eastbound  room without  causing injury to  Detroit"  neS  ..... Shwrs" 70-51 T ane  °f Blairs Ferry road onto  an y  of th e three.  Indianapolis . ..7.PtCldy 71-52 Oakwood road, but collided with  Mrs - Watson telephoned the  Kansas City PtCldy 76-54' Johnson’s bicycle which was  Linn  sheriff’s department when  Milwaukee   Shwrs 64-44 Abound on Blairs Ferry  her husb and got a headlock on  Okla."city    .! Fair 85-60 'road.    the    youth,    officers    said.  Omaha...... PtCldy 75-52    *    *    *    Both    Watson    and    his    wife  St. Louis........PtCldy    75-501 Rosaperle Quigley, 53, of 308  were treated at st -     hos W‘  Sioux Falls  PtCldy 74-451 Thirteenth  Fires  issue.  Ray Speech  Gov. Ray praised the county-t o - s t a t e platform-making process as one which “separates people who care about the way their government is going from the fair-weather politicians.”  He called for Republican candidates to pay attention to their party platform and admonished them that “the Republican party is stronger than any one candidate.”  Riley, a candidate for Second district congressman, pledged to hold hearings in “at least 30” communities in the district this summer to hear suggestions He also voiced support of several governmental reform proposals which were later adopted as county platform planks.  Riley Proposals  Among the Riley-Linn COP reform proposals were suggestions to abolish the seniority system in congress, add public funding to campaigns, require national lobbyist spending disclosures similar to present Iowa law’, eliminate franking privileges for mass mailings six months prior to a candidate’s running for office, and place spending limits on campaigns.  Although many of the conven-t i o n ’ s 62 adopted platform planks sailed through on quick voice votes, several snags did develop.  One of the earlier hassles came on women’s rights — re-  “That condition has to concern all of us who believe in the vitality and the importance of the two-party political system in America,” he said.  Without a strong two-party system, the governor said, can didates for public office can escape the responsibility and the accountability to express goals and policy that are established through the political party platform process.  Principles Valid  “You are here tonight supporting the Republican party because you know it is bigger, stronger than any one candidate or any handful of people and because you know that in spite of some serious setbacks, the principles upon which your Republican party was founded are just as valid today as they ever were,” the governor said.  However, Ray said even though the principles are sound, that doesn’t mean this is an easy year to be involved in politics, because it isn’t.  After delivering the keynote address in Knoxville, Ray appeared in Cedar Rapids for an address to the Linn county GOP convention.  More Effort  Lt. Gov. Arthur Neu (R-Car-roll), told Black Hawk county Republicans “it will take more  —Nixon—  (Continued from Page I.)  Friday by a friendly but traditionally low-keyed population, in contrast to the almost hysterical crowds who greeted him in Egypt.  Jerusalem Cited  Faisal, also warm but subdued in his greetings, rose at the end of a state dinner Friday night and said: “We believe there will never be a real and lasting peace in the area unless Jerusalem is liberated and returned to Arab sovereignty, unless liberation of all the oc-  effort than ever before to maintain a Republican statehouse.”  Neu, who is seeking re-election, said the Iowa legislature “no longer can be taken for granted as a Republican institution.”  Neither, he added, can the several state offices.  “The federal government’s credibility is almost non-existent. The presidency is besieged and the congress is becalmed. The states appear to offer our only hope.”  Clean, Honest  We have been informed by the I R S. that we are in error in offering six cash prizes in our OELWEIN - Thieves here large drawing at the Kolach Friday night may be prepay- | '™ ,v ,^ |(orm wjth regu | atlons<   we will give one $1,000 merchandise certificate, redeemable at a store of the winner’s choosing.  ing to take up the game of golf.  The Foursome golf course clubhouse on highway 150 at the south edge of town was broken into overnight.  Using a motorized golf cart to haul away their loot, the thieves fled with three complete sets of golf clubs, three golf bags, three sets of club covers and ten dozen balls  The cart was recovered in the weeds in the nearby city park. One set of club covers w'as left in the cart.  I Loss was estimated at Rep. David Stanley, R-Musea- 400  tine, a candidate for the U. S. senate, attended the Polk county Republican convention.  “We have one of the cleanest, most honest, most open state governments anywhere in the nation,” Stanley said.  “Even Bob Ray’s worst critics admit his complete integrity.”  He said Iowa has a balanced budget, no state debt and a surplus in its treasury.  Iowa needs to share this experience in fiscal responsibility with the U. S. congress which has led America into runaway, inflation,” he added.  Johnson GOP Nominates Two  To ticket holders who wish a refund because of this change, we will redeem your ticket if presented at the Kolach Festival, 209 21st Avo. S.W., no later than Sunday, June 16 at 5 p.m.—Adv.  * * *  Money Missing — Dorothy Freese, 2105 North Towne place NE, reported Friday $49 was taken from a locked locker in the basement of tile Roosevelt hotel, where she is employed.  * * *  Living room, $9.95; bedroom, $7.95. Diamond Carpet Cleaners, 366-6226. — Adv.  ♦ * *  Rose Week — The gardens of r  L  d Kl     Mr and Mrs  Erank Unzeitig,  brank r. Nost    920 Twenty-sixth street NE; Mr.  Frank P. Nost, 87, of Cutten- and Mrs. Elmer Beems, 2926 D berg, a resident of Cedar avenue NE; Irvin Gerks, 2725 Rapids until three months ago, Meadowbrook drive SE, and died Thursday following a short charles Martin, 610 Thirty-sixth illness.    I street NE, will be open to the  Born Aug. 22, 1886 in Amana public    from I    to 5    p.m.    Sunday.  West County, he was married to    *    *    *  Adelaide B. Jakelin in De- Father’s Day Special - Tou-cember of 1911 in Manchester.  pee  $89.95, Gift Certificates He was employed by Quaker available, Roman Hair Stylists. Oats Co. prior to retirement and Appointment    only.    — Adv.  was a member of Kenwood    *    *    *  Park United Methodist church. Trustee — Calvin W. Coquil-Surviving are his wife; two lette, son of Mr. and Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Richard Sears, James E. Coquillette, Cottage Guttenberg, and Mrs. Lloyd Grove avenue SE, has been Hoyle, jr., Angola, La.; a elected a trustee of Pomfret  By Ford Clark  IOWA CITY — Johnson brother, Ernest, Cedar Rapids; school, Pomfret, Conn. He now county    Republicans    have    decid-ia sister, Lillian Cone, Lisbon;    is with tho marketing departed    to    oppose    two    Democrats,!five grandchildren and five    ment of    First Pennsylvania  one on the local level and the!great-grandchildren.    Banking and Trust Co. of Phila-  other in a run for state office. Services: Chapel of Memories delphia.  at I p.m. Monday by the Rev. s     *    *    *  Clifton W. Ellerbeck of Kenwood Thrifty    steam carpet clean-  Methodist church. Burial: Cedar    ing. The    Original! 366-2926. —  Memorial. Friends may call at Adv.  Cedar Memorial funeral home    *    *    *  after noon Sunday and at the Clothes Taken — Clothes va-chapel after 9 a m. Monday. jlued at $300 and a pair of shoes  Earl Yoder, rural Iowa City contractor, was selected at the county Republican convention Friday night at the 4-H fairground to oppose Democrat Robert Burns, incumbent county supervisor.  On the state level, the Johnson GOP chose Glen Jackson. 27, a graduate student in engi-  valued at $30 were reported taken Friday from the car of Robert J. Smith, Iowa City,  Mary Lenoch  zi, a graduate student in engi-, Miss Marv Lenoch, 80. of 310 “^7*7 7  a  7 *7! r t * In *♦ h 7 7nn neering at the University of F’ifth avenue SE died earlv Sat-    paiked in the 700  iowa. to oppose incumbent State S"!"Met less  block ot Thi I d s f'* SW '  Sen. Minnette Doderer, Iowa    od. 25,    1893. in Cedar Rapids. [    ’    T    T  City Democrat. The race will be     s h ( . was    a lifelong resident here  !     T    '     lor     home.    Detect  for tho >7th senatorial district cl ‘    *•    7 i .'Smoke products of combustion.  , •    ,    I    I    » ■ tor tne i/tn senatorial district.  (  She was a retired emp oye of     eco    n! -  co u t c QO t; vna  achieved and unless Arab peo-| Yoder, in accepting the no- st Luke's hosDital    '    ? cgular ?69 ', 9a '  sale 959 95 '  Mld '  •    ■    '.    .    ...    ! al -    America Alarm Service. 377-  Adv.  *    *    *  c u p i e d Arab territories is f or  f be  17th senatorial district.  pies of Palestine regain their| mlnalion> said he  will stress    surviving are three sisters.!;**,   n ?.u;    u    it    c    -n    ‘ ,both my    ability    t0    get    along :Agnes    Koffron,    Libby    Marshall!  We    hope the U.    S.    will con-  with other    superv isors    and    to     an d    Bess    Lenoch,    all    of    Cedar!  Rr _ ,.  Ren0rtwl     r* nniQ   stick to county business.”    Rapids     D  Breaki ?^T    7 U   Denn,s   Tar»ircnn nrnnhneKnH hic nnoi ‘ e 5^ 1 on    ..    .    .    (Barton;    1606    Fourteenth    avenue  Jackson emphasized ms engi-, Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday lnjc^    o »..rnt Q hi*  sprint training “win hp pv-I wl„ tr..L„ r.,.L. u ..—JSE, reported Friday a turntable,  one    record album,    four    speakers,    a    receiver, a    dust    cover  ctoto nrnnrome »»    u-if^ • j    and    a cartridge were taken in a  state programs.    Itional. Friends may call at Jan-  One plank offered to the  e ba-Kuba funeral home west  tinue all efforts for a just and lasting peace in the area so that we live in peace and security. It is peace and security, that form the basis for American development and prosperity.”  Nixon response: “We want to  neering training “will be ex- Janeba-Kuba funeral home west tremely useful in considering fi- by the Very Rev. Canon D. A nancial complexities inherent in Loferski. Burial:    Czech Na  The  breakin at his residence, items were valued at $796.  * * *  Ask about our new customer Mrs. Jack D. Neal special with Diane Meyer. Le-Lucyle Evelyn “Lucy” Neal, I Mar Bcaute Salon, 364-4561. -  ~ Thirteenth avenue, Hiawatha,    frnlr    im!  th ®  examp,e ,r l  corre f tmg  Saudi Arabia was a leader of A damage suit brought bv a 2 TT hT£ U V1  ^ naked in‘the 900 block of Tenth  was hospitalized for a neck inju-    ^h    ^rnk^n    ]^.?! inec l UIties in  employment of  the Arab oil  ^  (t and has  Dubuque couple in connection  Bap,ds ’  sbe had  * en an  awm-Parked in the 900 block of Tenth  -try suffered Friday at the inter-lJ*** bottle women remaining permanently; im lied that the embarg0 might with  l n ind J rial accident has f y  operator for Cryovac Corp. avenue SH  play a helpful role. But we are^  Q u nt y  H C p U bli Can  platform I after 2 p m Sunday. aware that we cannot produce  {rom the floor asked that Rich . j     L  an instant: formula to solve all;  ard Nixon  ^ requested” to re-kmgtime differences.     sign    tbe  R epu bii C an party.  Theking.considers himself re-, j 0 b nson d elegates declined to -    -    -    ...  sponsible for protection of the  vo te on the plank     46 *  of 709  Gateway street NE. | Adv.  Moslem holy places in Jerusa-    _ wife of Jack D. Neal, died Fri-    *    * *  lem and wants all Jewish par- 1      #     ! day following a long illness. Radio Taken — A citizens  ticipation in the Biblical city Judge Dismisses Born June 23, 1927, in Linn(band radio valued at $125 was suiting in a plank calling for; ended.    /^| • (county, she was married to Mr. j taken from the car of Carl Witt,  state and local governments to    Oil    Talk    L/3m0ge    vldirn    Neal July 29, 1942, in Missouri. i r -* 821 Tenth street SW, Thurs  A lifelong resident of Cedar  da y  or  Friday while it was  1:10 p.m. Friday. Flush gaso- --------  j -- •— ------ ,    ,    .  line at^Fourth avenue and Fifth section of Blairs Ferry and 8 la ss. I ney were released   stre ^ SE - p ’n r ck Center Point roads NE when the  wiring in m i 600 "block of Eav"  ca f she was drivin g  was in - Repairs Blamed  nue NE.    !    volved in a two-car collision.    r  1:41 a.m. Saturday. Unknown The driver of the other car,   t( *,  8Caffoldin s at 6301 Geoffrev Dieter, 25, of Eau Kirkwood boulevard SW.  1    J   Ion the table.     be renewed  if America fails in been dismissed by U.S. Judge  f °c ,?*?!!!    . u ! Garner — Montrose - Sat  ERA Wins    its efforts for a Middle East j Edward J. McManus.     husband      ?  ar ^ n      (  ddl     ^'^land    Sun.,    doors    6:30    (Camp  A motion calling upon the  pca ‘l„    , u „,____  L _ I)an ^ l . t  and  . . Pa,ric t a , „ 0 . sw „ ald :Lynette Svoboda, Cedar Rapids’, (Courage). -Adv. ^  Restaurant Breakin — A brea-  r p..,,.    Iowa    legislature    to rescind its Nixon told Faisal that most .brought the action against Rei- ^J  Jacquelm 7n aV wit Ely a  For Plant Mishap ratification of the federal Equal "“P 1 ?, “ me 10  Sand. Arabja to mann and Georger, Inc., Buffa-i*  H , or  q   !r>. .. .    .    . ,    apt rn We ran ikp rn hilt wp in MV r.io;m; n » « tmiin,,' 3  ‘  3 1 c  ‘    »‘ a     nuwdiu,  ^ uomwn.u ^ ,t .  r , .    „ r .    .    .    ...    CHICAGO    (AP) — A valve Bights Amendment (ERA) to the  get  . oi1, We can  oil, but we lo, N.Y., claiming a trolley Denvgj.. a brother Dwayne Mo- kin  netting $50 from the cash  7:44 a.m. Saturday. Backfire Claire, His., was charged with; UHL AGU Al A valve ^  ut tj     defeated     need     more.    something far more, track hoist made bv the firm ll.. yJS    .J    rnohKr     an     nni^tprmin^i  throuch carburetor in front of-disobeying a traffic signal.    which    shattered at the Quad     thail    oU-    We    need W iadom.**  809 Tenth street SE.    I Police said Dieter’s car ran a Cities nuclear power plant Mon- atl 5_ r  being entered from tne|    ^  ftrm  ^  day was incorrectly repaired in ^ oor -  1970, Atomic Energy Commis- \ P Iank  calling for rc-es    p r p<?i d pnt to manapp a ioke  (tabiishment of capital punish-  tne 1 residenl ,0  nonage a joke  malfunctioned. Oswald was hurt the in the April 3, 1972. accident. mood was friendly enough for  “After this visit we of course  stop light.  ★ * *  . Richard Johnson. 14, of 1714 sion officials say.    ,    .    .    .    ,    ,    .    ,  Thirty-fourth street NE, suffered    ' v b en  the valve broke, water! ^    will need oil to carry us to our  lacerations to the knee and levels in the reactor dropped 40    >    PP    F    •  next  stop,” he told Faisal.  elbow^s when his bicycle was in-     vl ved several    ’    parliamentary    "And Your Majesty, I just want  volved in a collision with a    L-awara jordan, senior reguia-  manoilwopo Qnrl    in     to make clear that we will pay  the world price ”  Industry Output Higher in May  WASHINGTON (AP)  grandchildren.    [amount    of cash from a juke box  Services: Turner chapel east ;   and an  undetermined quantity However, the defendant com-  at 1;30  Monday by the  of  cigarets from a vending ma-pany claimed sale of the hoist to  R  Garv A Jenkins of First chine was reported Friday at the Dubuque firm for which Os-  Assembl     V'cod    and C    M    Charlie s Steakland,    4002    First  wald worked occurred prior to „ 0 “ oJUla^Church of    the    avenue NE.  •he effective date of the law (Naiar e n e. Burial: Shiloh.    * * *  under which the plaintiffs made Friends    may call    at Turner’s     Frame Sale  “    ridiculous  their claim. McManus agreed.  east     ‘    prices. Lasswell Studio,    320  The plaintiffs had sought      First    St.    SE.—Adv.  $850,000 in four counts of their  action, and $100,000 in six other  sections.  Aerosol Plant Blast; 20 Hurt  Slaughter Infant     r     *    *    .*    „,....  ,     01 L1  I Garage Entered — William  Charles Stephan    Slaughter, s ca lf, 449 Jacolyn drive NW,  jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. reported Friday three fishing (harles Slaughter. 1049 Center  rods and  pgpjg valued at $120 Point road NE, died at birth  werc  t a fc en  f r0 m his unlocked  r rid ay.    'garage between May 6 and May  Surviving in addition to the 20 _ parent? are a brother. Timothy,    *    *    *  Philanthropist Harry Wahlert Dies in Dubuque   ______  1     (volved in a collision with a, ---------------------«— ob j ut.  DLBLQUE (AP) - Har.y  car  Friday in the 1200 block of 'oT inspector for the AEC, said maneuvers.  a nd was left in  Wahlert. founder of the Dubu- Sixteenth street SE.    Friday the hot nuclear core was „‘ n ' a  ' r ' t   que Packing Co. and well-known' Johnson was treated at Mercy;never in danger of melting be-    ™    ot    a    plan* ainrm-  philanthropist. died Friday at!hospital and released.    Uje    level    of    th,; coohng ™of Iowa* » P"  r. ^    .    Police    charccd the driver of water always remained above m«jwny rcqunuiicni iui  his Dubuque home following a ..    «, gea me anver oi    the passage of bond issues.  ...    the car, Nannie Browning. 39, of    ir;xnir.aii,-    «ionir  lengthy illness. He was 86.    821 Tenth avenue SE. with unli- 1  Radiation control problems J™™?%     V o?e    a^dl    WASHINGTON    (AP)    - The  The Dubuque Packing Co. was censed driving.    would arise should the nuclear vurressfullv ret lined on . nation’s industrial production  founded by Wahlert in 1931. The The accident occurred when  core    down  The Common-    division — two votes shv of! capac * ty  shows signs of shaking  plant is the city’s largest em- Johnson emerged from a drive-(Wealth Edison Co., and Iow a -  Dcrcent     j    off    the    slump    brought    on    by the MILFORD Conn (ATM  pioyer with more than _ 3.000 way and crossed into Ute path of nUn^GM^EJ^e^Uie    Arab    oU embarie.    Five    people were hospitalized!^    home; grandmothers. Car-: impatiens and other shade  torHan^fdThl Vt    .    j    J.    .' lcscr  u  vc    Board     Saturday after an explosion at mine Slaughter, Cedar Rapids.jp| an ,s. Pierson's Florists. Open  joraan sam tne valve wa.  An agr i cu ]t ura i  p | an k com- j reported on Friday that indus- tile Connecticut Aerosols pack- and Mac Chamberlin, Seward. (Sunday, 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW.— [sent to a private firm tor rema-  mend j ng  farmers lost a section 1  trial output, boosted by a reviv-iaging plant in which 20 em- Ala., and a great-grandmother,(Adv.  (chining four years ago. He said,indicating support of price con- (ing automobile industry, rose(ployes were injured.    Lizzie Thompson. Cedar Rapids.    *    *    *  (the company made the walls or t ro j s and was  j nS f ead  amended I for the second month in a row in Timothy Brown, 18, and Mi* the valve too thin and the errorj to  include a statement reading: (May.    jehad    Robinson, 17, were on the  Al    SOP     was undetected  because of inad- *<T bc  national economy and The rise was 0.4 percent. Out-1 danger lis* with multiple burns.  (equate quality control proce- international balance of trade put rose 0.3 percent in April' Hospital officials said lsjmcnts.  WAUKON — Allamakee  dures -    .has    always    been    and    will    be'after four straight months of workers were treated for minor —- -  buque. He was a member of the c o u n t y Republicans Friday     sa id    similar    valves in ^st served by a minimum of!decline.    injuries and released and three    Symington    Return    20    YEARS    AGO    — Red China  board of regents of Loras col- night adopted resolutions calling  other  nuclear plants in Illinois  g0 vernment intervention and The May index of 125.4 stood others, admitted for burns and WASHINGTON (AP) — Sena- told the U.S. tha» China would lege.    for reinstatement of the three  were  examined and found to control.”    0.4    percent    above    a    year    earlier    lacerations, were in fai.' condi- tor Stuart Symington, who un- consider early rele ase of Ameri-  --percent sales tax on food and  confor na to specifications.    The Linn county platform will but below the 127.5 for No-tion.    derwent a hernia operation June can military and civilian prison-  30 YEARS AGO — The navy  dru 8 s * and for restoring the--te taken for consideration at vember when the embargo im- Fire Chief William Healey,4, plans to return to his regulators who had records of good be-  announced that Japan's Saipan penalty.    Gifford Is Arrested  lhe  two-day state GOP conven- (pact hit.    said a fire which touched off tho work schedule on Monday. havior.  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Saturday at    Full    convention    business    will  adopted one calling for dividing his residence after he allegedly    begin    at 9    a rn.    July    20 at    Veter-  the county into three districts'sold marijuana to an undercov- ans auditorium, for the election of supervisors.    er officer of the    Linn sheriff’s  --department.  Heart Surgery    | Gifford was charged with deli-  NASHVTLLE (AP) — Alfred very of a controlled substance MacFarland, vice-chairman of and possession of a controlled the Interstate Commerce Com- substance. He was being held in mission, is in satisfactory condi- the county jail on $5,500 bond on tion after heart surgery.    the two charges.  products.  WEDDING FLOWERS  for Beauty from . . .  PIERSON’S 1 1,’,“V  Your F I 0 Florist IMM tills Blvd. NW Flowerphan* MB-IH2B  For 61 years . . .  flowers for all occasions  •KIHN K. LA I* KS  Convenient downtown location  308 Third Avenue Si.  365-0511  Serving all faiths since 1888.  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