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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Daily Record C. R. Weather 11 p.m. Saturday Kainfall Total for June Normal for Normal through Jim Total for I'I74 Barometer, rising Humidity at II p.m Kissinger j i Continued fnun I'agc 1.) the American Jewish cominu nilv. then enlisted OH'S (HI! a ji (Icnlial order issued Del hifih Ritchie. Jessie Monday at jmCMinf, with ixjonitl :SwlmmlnK classes will hold at Brosh chapel bv the inev. the Communist parly Thursdav wavnc shircman. Burial: er, is further restraints on nil-; (hp m ,Cedar Memorial. The casket clear weapons. In 1972 Ihe H- not be opened after the powers agreed lo a 'limitation on the number of [fcnsive missiles that each side i could deploy. i A senate source claimed the lire r-ri.minin -jcMVKvl i hit ihoiSaturday at their regular times'may call at Turner chapel west lU.b. agiceci mai k loda.v and at 1he jSoviets could modernize maKcup sessions. ,___ __ ._ JG-class diesel thereby gaining 70 additional j undersea missies. Kissinger toldi a news conference in Moscow! May 27, 1972, that the Soviets were not required to retire the G-class submarines "but if drowned in the Mis- modernize them they are count-jsour' follr. miles south of here Friday evening. I The victim was identified as 147-year-old Donald Sulzhaeh, 'owner of Sulzbach Construction ;Co. DPOWHS ID OUTIRQ Otl PONCA, Neb. (AP) -A Sioux ed against the 950." church from 10 a.m. to p.m. Monday. The casket wilt not be opened after the service. Rohrer, Robert W. Turner chapel east at 12 noon Monday by the Hev. Wilbert Trusheim. Burial: Oakwood cemetery at Monticello. now, or do it in the next 20' ample, he" cites proposals to aidj he said of these policies. :our rmmtrv fho hnof I the beef industry. On the one hand, congress is demanding that the administra- Must Settle Congress, on the other hand, restrain inflation, Dunlop must settle on an economic poli :i :inH cfiflf tn if Finnlnr. c-Qirl Unwilling To Buy He said there is special irony in this because Americans al- ready have shown they are un-' willing to buy large quantities of, beef at current prices. "It's time congress stopped its month-to-month c h a n g i n g of economic Dunlop said in an interview. tion said, while on the other it stick to it, Dunlop said. considering guaranteed year ago congress was de- and import quotas for the beef industry lo keep meat prices from falling. (Continued from Page 1.) gated White House narrative, the paper reported. Ford said he did not think the house would vote to impeach Nixon and that calls for his removal have lost steam during the last two weeks because of the "lack of sufficient evidence' cision making is a disaster, and cannot prosper under he said. "What the country needs are long-run policies on which deci- sions of business and collective bargaining can be he added He emphasized there are no easy answers to inflation and that it can be brought under control only over a long period of time. He made these other points: Some of the achievements of in two cases under inquiry ITT and campaign contributions Dunlop will cease being direc- from mjik interests. He also lor of the Cost of Living Council Mother, Son Are Hurt in Mishap Twila L. Nissen, 20, of 1418 ficials "maintainedT that Kis-lFirsl streel NW- was admitted singer was having difficulty to st- Ll'kc's hospital Saturday UIM with the Penlagon, but not wilhiwllh injuries suffered in a two- Nixon both in january Feb- Schlcringer personally. accident about of 1973 to high-lcvd corn- sources giving this version Schlesinger agreed lo play "lough guy" with Ihe Israelis said that there is only one issue when it formally goes out of remaining, the involvement of business on June 30. Nixon in the cover-up of the Wa- Dunlop made clear he feels both congress and the adminis- tration should do more to com- bat inflation, which has resulted in consumer price increases of 10.7 percent in the last 12 months. Use of fiscal and monetary tergate affair. "I have said, and it is becom- ing more clear, the prepon- derance of evidence favors the Ford said. "You have the White House version and you have the com- mittee version. I don't put any higher credibility on the com- mittee's version than I would on the While House version." In other Watergate develop- ments: Charles Colson, former Nixon aide, has told the judiciary com- mittee that he alerted President street SW. 4700 block of Sixth jn tne Watergate, affair. Senate Democratic Leader Also injured in the crash said he was "becom- the wage and price control program, particularly in iiealth costs and construction wages, already are being un- done in the seven weeks since Ihe program expired. The country was fortunate it (Continued from Page 1.) nition of a President's execu- tive privilege and implied pow- ers. It sought to prohibit a Pres- tigating ident from refusing to spendL u 4 Persons Hurt In Two Mishaps Four persons were treated at Cedar Rapids hospitals and re- jleased after being injured in two The Dixon county sheriff's of- traffic accidents in lhe city Sat. fice refused to give any details !urday evening of the accident, but other inves-j They arfi Mark T Doudney, authorities said Sulz- bach and his wife were on ai unds appropriated by congress. outing and that Sulzbach Republican Mayor Ralph was trying ,0 swjm of Cleveland, a candidate his boat, a 354oot cabin cruis-MaKI M ueson the senate, and Mayor (hat moorec, ,h "P5' Gibson of Newark, who Hlmhurst dtive Mb. 19, of 5115 Harbet avenue NW; Terry L. Yousse, 19. of 1613 West Post road SW; Lester R. Young. 41, of Davenport, and Hazel M. Oleson, 73, of 1503 paigned against Nixon's re-elec- tion two years ago, joined in saying the conference should avoid the touchy political issue. Drive Safely 10 YEARS AGO Cabot Lodge resigned as ambas- sador lo Soulh Vietnam and was succeeded by Gen. Maxwell Taylor. The first three were injured in a four-vehicle crash at Nine- Henry teentit and Mt_ Vernon Camp Good Health Previously reported. S fi.8G5.52 Cedar Rapids auxil- 25.00 In memory of Cinda from Mr. and Mrs. William R. Parsons iiad a wage and price control j jary VFW 788. program in place at the time of ihe Arab oil embargo; other- wise, domestic oil prices proba- jly would be double what theyjln memory of Naomi are now. 1 Doebcl from .Home He declines to assess the con-! auxiliary of trols program in terms of itsj Cedal' Kapids success or failure. "A of. Madl of things were accomplished, perhaps not as much as someone could have done or all I would ike to have done." In memory of my hus- band, A. Vi. Carlton In memory of H. 10.00 Reschedule Watkins Centennial Events WATKINS-Saturday's rain nlerferred with some events ilanncd for the Walkins Centen- nial. Events rescheduled for today arc Ihe following: for Kissinger, but Ihat they son depressed" with the politicalj l p.m., parade; 2 p.m., slagc agreed to delay the resupply ef-'who was treated and released, jalmosphcre created by the im- fort as long as possible. By this arrangement, Kis- singer could forestall pro-Israel pressures in the U.S. until he and other American leaders trained nurses be assigned loj 10 work in special services units, j Infant Death MARION The infanl son ofj Mr. and Mrs. .lames Pawlak. j 7IKI Grand avenue, Marion, died, .Saturday. I Privalo cremalion services! will be held in Turner chapel east. Rirrlt: Police said Mrs. Nissen's pick- up truck ran into the rear of a pickup driven by Gary L. Kaut, 31, of 59 Oklahoma avenue SW, when he slowed down lo enter a service slalinn. She was charged with failure lo slop in 11 he assured clear distance iahead. i A report on her condition was not available Saturday evening. pcachmcnt proceedings against issue decided one way or the other by year's end. bands, baseball game horseshoe pitching, all at the! the President and wants the ball park; 3 p.m., greased pig contest, ball park; 5 p.m., draw- ing, ball park. Wren, mother of Paul W r e n, from friends and neigh- bors In memory of Ethel M. Shean In memory of Henry Vyskooil from co- workers at Peoples Bank and Trust Co.: Brett Dishons, Les- ter Frezek, William K 1 i m a, Charles K r e j c i, Charles Smreck, Ervin Ste- panck, Carl Volesky aml Tnl Welch memory of Leah Burrows from Cedar Rapids auxiliary VFW 188........ 25.00 25.00 25.00 15.00 10.00 Kollman from Bill and Dorothy Knli- man. Arlington, Texas I N'oami circle of Buf- falo United Meth- odist ehurch j Harry Larson, Cen- tral City hi m e m o r y of my loved ones from Ethel Ortland, Fair- fax In Jovinff memory of I.eaii Burrows from Sir. and Sirs. Carl Durnala I In m e in o r y of my t mother on her birth- day, June 17, from j Mildred Gonihvatrr. Kobins Art elub In memory of Kvetyn H u f f in a n from a friend UIOj iTotal ...........S 1197.1 Budget I" !'e raised S14.42S.48j road SE. Police reported a weslbound car driven by Doudney struck the reai- of a van driven ay Young, which was pushed into the rear of a car driven by John F. Shean, 41, of 3844 Vine avenue SE, which was pushed into the rear of car driven by Ricky L. Bischoff, 24, 515 Tenth street SW. Yousse was a passenger in the Doudney car. j Mrs. Oleson was a passenger jin a car driven by Cecil E. 10.00 Oleson, 71, of the same address. He was charged with failing to i yield at a stop intersection at lO.OOiEdgewood road and First ave- inue NW. 10.001 His car struck one driven by Louise M. Brecke, 27, of route three, authorities said. 20 YEARS AGO The Inter- state Commerce Commission said railroads could not give free rides for publicity purposes 5.00! or as awards to contest winners. 5.00 5.00 C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael DooEey 363-0671 !f you need help: Foundation II 362-2174 (4 p.m. to midnight) CENTURY BURIAL VAULTS Since 11127 Charles. HenrietUi, Charles Jr. Pochubradsky MT. VKRNON S.K. TEAHEN FUNERAL HOME Since Marian Y, Tcalicu Mldcn B. Rolm mvxi.H MORIK Phone tiflfl i-irst Ave. NW" (f -rdnr EsloblKhrd In 18B3 hv The O. ana nubllshfd flnllv Sumlciv til Tttlrd five. SE, Cedar Rnnlds, inwn .S7406 Second ooilogr pold ot Ronlds, town. S u h Ion bv rnrrlcr 9S t nils n week. 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