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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today i....... Ity Jay Sharbutt Live Radio Show NASIIVIU.K, Tenn. (AIM It seems weird in this disc 'Kfst slipped out of her grasp and 'l( c" :ties in the district and jSaid he expects lo spend j Disagree on Interest i lie took note that State Sen.: Cloyd Robinson (fM.'edar Rapids) Hie party's candidate' for secretary of state, who was the picnic, disagreed with his on interest rate; "at HT (Al') John S. Stemlar has been elected vice-president of finance and treasurer by the board of ctn.'t tors oi hnterpifst.'S. The announceemnts of Stem- lar's election to the newly created post '.vas made .Mon day by I.loyd   nt "Wulk with Prolh" 3-.WIdC World n! riilcrtMinnicnt 4 Wild Wild WeM IS- tonight 8- AAovlr- 4 F'owhlile try Music Tuesday Morning Summer Semester New Zoo Revue Summer Semester Today CBS News 4-CBS News Today CBS News Today Today Romper Room New Zoo Revue Caot. Kangaroo America Sings Capt. Kangaroo Copt. Kangaroo Morning Show Sesame Street 7-Dinah's Place Mike Douglas Joker's Wild 4_joker's Wild Dinoh's Place Joker's Wild Dinah's Place Dinah's Place Jeopardy 2_Gombit Kid Power Gambit Jeopardy Gambit Jeopardy Jeopardy Wizard of 9_AII Mv Children Now You See It Galloping Gounncl 4_Now You See It Wizard ot Odds B-Now You See It Wiiordol Odds 13-Wlzord ot Odds Not tor Women Only Hollywood Snuares 9-Brady Bunch V-lovfrolLlIp 3-Bradv Buiuli Squares Love o( Llle Hollywood Saunros Hollywood Squares -10-Brudv Bunch Jackpot 9 Password J- -Yoiina imrJ Rrsltrss .U-Yintna and Rcsllcs A-Jtickpot R -Yotinp and Kcsl 10 Jiickpot l.l- Jackpot ss 7 Ol fl loniorrow 10- felrbritv Tuesday Afternoon Nrwv Wrnlhri Wo I I fjpws, Wfii 40 All My I'.hl in vii uinio on o Match Make a Deal the World Turns 3-As trie World Turns the World Turns on a Match the World Turns on o Match Moke a Deal ol Lives Game' Light Game g Light f Lives Game 9-Glrl In My Life 2-Edgeot Night 3-Girl In My Life of Night B-Edge of Night In My Lite 7-Anolher World Hospilol Is Right HosDital 4-Price Is Right World Is Right World World HOE, DUO I 7-How To Survive a Marriage Llle To Live Game 3-One Lite To Live Gome 6-How To Sur Ma 'CO How To Survive a Morrioge One Lite To Live Somerset 9-ilO.OOO Pyramid Tall le. talcs Pyramid 4-Tntllrtnlcs 6-Sotnprsel Somerset n-Somersel Pyramid My Lino? 9-GIIUgnn's Island I My Chil ike Dougl ft- Cartoons fl Bcwlkhcrf 10 Not (or Wo rj-Rrlrtgc 13 Flopuv Sl rs -Lucv Show ,1 Let's Mnkc a Drill ft-Jcurmic fl -Slnr Irrh 111 rlltln when the Lions club he percent ceiling on from the Little Sioux river near trjn defeated June charge accounts on! icre. Authorities said wjn (no nomination, for without it lov in-! r. behind his candidacy. e amil e o Id have To! 3 f Sgt. B. R. Inscoe. "Five congress is able to balance us nine' t "4 laimiiLs wouiu iwvt iuimotor torpedo boats smashed a t, right-out smashed "A" tllrM haTC Ce" S bo'-kjerman attempt to flee Cher-! at-even with the ground elgmlBlouin said. "They have gtvenjrow money to buy goods at "Jl K days. The body was ,hcir ,jsl of volunteers and tail. B' trailer homes. jinatcly for virtually every piece ''From the observation of spending legislation to come (trailers, it's a miracle congress." was killed." said highway pa-i Leach said that only Saturday evening after it whjdl hdp potted in the water by two boys' vho were fishing. Authorities istimated it had been in vater four to six days. the Schaben opposes the 18 per- "lf everybody else gels be- cent ceiling, saying Sunday he would have preferred one of 13 At least one person was seri- etbook. hind us we'll win here." Personable Campaign Blouin said he hoped to con- duct his campaign in Linn county "in a personable way" so that "people can get at us" to ask questions and to find out to 15 percent but no more than 15 percent. Schaben said candidates on the same party ticket don't nec- essarily have to agree on every issue to make good teammates. what they want to know about! him. He plans to do some door-to- door campaigning in the county, he said, and to make extensive I ise of the party's voter iden- .ification program. Schaben, in an interview, said 'I don't bounce around" on the ssues. That means, he said, he 'ill continue to back legislation He pointed out that the gover- nor's office is policy-making in nature while the secretary of state's office is THAT -ELEGANT STRAIGHT'S (Alcj.emlmils.mniimc) egalizing rucks on Possible U. S. Farm Depression SeenbyClark By Jerry Mursener SIOUX CITY (UPI) Sen. Dick Clark (D-Iowa) said Sun- day there is a strong possibility that the nation is on the "verge of a farm depression" and out- lined a five-point program to boost agricultural prices. Clark, appearing at a confer- ence of concerned persons heard about 40 leaders from northwest Iowa outline the prob lems currently facing the live- stock producers of the area. Clark said he is concerned about the testimony and said there is no doubt "several live- was jnjured in stock feeders are close to bank- hit-and-run accident Saturday ruptcy. Perhaps we are on thejnignl verge of a farm depression." 65-foot twin-trailer interstate highways they're limited to 60 feet now) even though the Democratic platform opposed the 5-foot length increase. Federal Laws Schaben said, if elected, he would try to convince the feder- al government that if it can make a 55-mile-per-hour speed Wallace Accused of Siphoning Gasoline Terry L. Wallace, 19, of 2267 Ci street SW, has been charged! vith larceny after allegedly si- phoning gas from a vehicle. Police said a citizen spotted Wallace siphoning gas from a 'ehicle belonging to Charles Knight, 944 M street SW, which was parked in the 300 block of Twelfth avenue SW early Satur- day. Police said Wallace was ar- rested at the scene. G. J. Scott Hurt; Hit-Run Accident A 63-year-old Cedar Rapids man was in good condition Mon- day morning at St. Luke's hos East lowans Receive Colorado State Degree Eastern Iowa students attend- was hit. ing Colorado State university at Fort Collins participated in graduation ceremonies early this month. Those receiving their bache- lors degrees were: Cedar Rapids Nancy Bryant: Brighton Paul H. Peck; Iowa City James R. Grady; Marcngo Galen C. Burrell. Receiving a doctor of veteri- George J. Scott. 5305 Sixtl street SW, manage of the Sunrise motel at the same address, was walking in the parking lot of the motel when he Police said Ihe driver of the car turned around in the lot anc highway 30 aftei fled east on the accident. The Car: the 1931 Cord L-29 All-Weather Sedan with front-wheel drive. Its beauty won prize after prize in European motor shows of the early '30's. The Whiskey: that elegant straight-8, Walker's DeLuxe. Smoothly impressive bourbon made from choicest grain and aged 8 years to perfect maturity. A legend in its own time. WALKER'S DELUXE That elegant straight-8 STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 85 PROOF HIRAM WALKER SONS INC.. PEOHIA, ILL St. Luke's Telephone Service Interrupted Telephone service at SI Luke's hospital was disruptec nary medicine degree was: Co- for about 90 minutes Mondaj lumbtis Junction Dean R. morning after construction Smylie. crews accidentally cut, the hos- ---------------------pilal's telephone cable. _ i. i A hospital official said a con-! Two Hospitalized working tno; After Inhaling Fumes widening of A avenue near MAYNARD-Two persons at- slrccl NE cut the cable at tending a family reunion here about am Sunday were for! The hospila s ou side lines realment after they inhaled (and its direct line to the fire sta- ammonia fumes. out of service, but m- In good condition in the Oel- Icrnal communications were wein "hospital is Chester Cum- still operalmg. berlnml, lili, Maynard, at. whose home the Cumberland family reunion was being held. In good condilion ill. Ihe Man-j Chester hospital is Mrs. Merle j Drive Safely Cumberland, Lamont. .1 Gr.illc Urn t llodini s (In t, -Mn v Illli (I s AIU Mrws .1 NIU' Nrwv I Nnws t US AIU Urwi You're Hot Well Dressed If Your Clothes Aren't Cleaned and Pressed Coll Us! Quolily deeming has hccu our Jl business (or over ISyeois. Free Pickup Delivery MASON Dry Cloanars 214 5th Ave. SW 362-8531 Just Arrived "Besf In The Land" Arkansas OOC TOMATOES VT Lb. GREEN TURF 23-7-7 Fertilizer 20 Lb. 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