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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Society for Paf: Russians Warmer This Time A Solemn President Her face drawn, President Isabel Peron arrives at the Argentine congress Tuesday where the body of her husband, Juan D. Peron was to lie in state until his burial. To her right, Welfare Minister Jose Lopez Rega, close adviser and secretary to the late president, gestures to officials. By Henry S. Vckvrniiui IHT.XOS AIRF.S. Argentina (AP) The Argentine niassi adored Juan D. Pcrun's second wife, Kva. His third wife, Isabel, has never gnllen the adoration, but now she lias Ihe presidency. Kva died iif leukemia in at the age of 33, hat her memory was very much alive last year when Peron returned Argentina after 18 years in exile. As Isabel stood beside her husband, students chanted wildly: "Evita, Evita, we feel her Isabel promised at first to emulate her fiery and beautiful predecessor. Rut she hasn'l the temperament, the political flair nor apparently Ihe insa- tiable lust for power that Evita had. Rallied Masses Evita rallied Ihe working masses behind Peron when other military leaders of Ihe 1343 coup tried to freeze him out. She helped him win the presidency in 19-15 and for seven years shared his power. She had an almost hypnotic power over the working classes. Her Peron foun- dation doled nut millions of pesos In charities and directly to Ihe poor, drawing from money that workers contribut- ed themselves. Eva was at the height of her power in !951 when her hus- band named her his successor. But pressure from conserva- tive Peronists and the wary military forced her to resign. II was a different story when Peron insisted nn Isabel as his running mate lasl fall. Eva, in her last major speech before she died of leukemia in 1952. thrilled a crowd estimat- ed al a million people. Isabel had trouble drawing thousands on her only campaign trip through the interim- last year. Eva was the (laughter of a poor provincial family. Isabel's father was a middle- i lass banker Kva mel peron j when she was a radio actress: j Isabel was dancing in a cabaret in Panama when she mined the exiled leader. The two million's tastes in j clothes were symbolic of tin difference-; in their pcixnnali lies Eva wa- a ia.shion .seller j draping her blonde beauty it; i silks, satins, furs and jewels Isabel is darker ,iilil prefers tailored sun- Relies on j Secretary Isabel no! I interested in POW.T and ap- j parenlly rein--, hca1. nn Peron's piy.iile .losi l.'ipiv Hc-'a Aliii became tin most powerliil man in Pcnni' government. F.ia shared power wi ih nn one Inn ivron i When died, her i'in- I balmed body was enshrined in j a labor union building. The military regimes that came Peron's overthrow inn ihe j ccdfin in HI72, when II was sen! lo Peron in Madrid II is slill Ihere Bui la-t week congress the cons- truction of an Altar of the Fatherland to house the bodies of Ihe nation's, heroes The Best Carpet Buys Are At Carpetland U.S.A. Bride of Lt. Roy Nelson KURT (la. Miss Pamela Grace Evans and LI. Ray Allan Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs Raymond I.. Nelson, 1813 C avenue NK, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, were married during a 2 o'clock ceremony Sunday at Ihe Main Pus! Protestant chapel. The ceremony was performed by Chaplain A. S. Shackleford (Maj.) The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Evans of Columbus, Ga She chose a jiown of ivory maraeaine. with an A-line skirt with a chapel train, bishop sleeves and a mandarin collar accented with Yenise lace. She wore a lace picture hill and Ciirried a coloniid nnseyay of whiU1 roses centered wiih pink sweetheart I osts Mrs. Nelson ler illtendiints were her sister. Wanda Anne, as maid of honor, and Mrs. David Hntoln and Mrs. Wayne Bradiev as bridesmalrons. Their KIIWIK of solid pink and flowered voile wen1 designed with puff sleeves and ruffled apron skirls. They wore matching voile picture hat.s and their flowers were white daisies and oink rosebuds and Elegance carnations in basket ar- rangements. Lt. Rotolo served as lies! man and groomsmen were ('apt. Tnney Slricklin and Lt. .James Allen. Larry and Kevin Nelson of Cedar Rapids, brothers of the bridegroom, sealed guests. Kristy Bradley and David Tornlin were flower girl and ringbearer. A reception for 75 guests was given at the officers' club. Following a wedding trip to Florida the bridal couple will make their home in Baum- holrier. Germany, whert! LI. Nelson will be stationed with the army. The bride, a graduate of Columbus college. is presently employed by St. Francis hospital in Columbus. Lt. Nelson was graduated from Iowa State university in Ames. Parents of the bridegroom were hosts for a rehearsal dinner given al the officers' club Friday evening. Women's Golf Indian Creek Hostesses for play Tuesday were Mrs. Del Ruth and Mrs. Pal Riley. Mrs. George Mur- doch was medalist. Flight were; Mrs. Irwin Henfer, championship; Mrs. Roth. A; Mrs. Ray Sheldon. B. and Mrs. Jack (iarrclt. C. Mrs. William Besl won the pro's prize. Mrs Art Sharbo sank an approach and Mrs John Bouslei: had ,1 birdie. Junes Twenty-six golfers par- ti'-lp.ded in play Tuesday, starters were Mrs. Yernon Ccirie and Mrs Ha> Diinahiigh. Medalist was Mrs. Richard llagerman. l-'litht winner- Mr- T.-un Kell.v. ciiani- Mrs Kichiird Hitch cMden'iai. Mrs. William id-on. ,iud Mi- Kee- ni'lli Ile.irn. second Mr.- H .1 SiUiinei bioi a bii die Pla1. will be a! i he ones u-oll nurse be-jiniiiii.: Tuesday with a "lies! .shot tournament if there is doubt about the weather. ca'l the clubhouse N'orlhhrwk Medalist ior play Tuesday was Mrs Cili. Dills Mrs Harley .lulinson and Mrs Robert Brandt were hostesses to the 14 players. Flight winners were: Mrs. Marion Reinliarrtt, championship-. Mrs. John Petersmith, presidential; Mrs. Harley Johnson. A: Mrs. Fred John- son, B. and Mrs David Ros- sale, C. Tuesday Ihere will be a two-ball tournament with a shotgun start at 8. There will be a sack lunch following play CRCC Nine-hole winners in play Tuesday were Mrs. John Koch and Mrs. James Cooper. B; Mrs. John McKay. C. and Mrs. David Willis. I) Winners in IX-hole play were: Mrs. Lee Odell. chainpionship: Mrs Barbara Bjornson. A. Mrs (ring Cnrrio. B. and Mrs Robert llroiiillard. C Mrs J J Redmond won Ihe pro (loses! to Ille pin were Mrs Ken Kirbv and Mrs Robert Geiger Mrs Martha Sandy .ind Mrs, George Miller had longest drives Mrs Odell. Mrs. Wayne Collins and Mrs Geiger had birdies Approaches were sunk by Hie Mines. Robert llolchkiss. Roberl Sedlacck. B Howard, Collins and Fred Bellamy. Gail L Wiley, Thomas Barry Repeat Vows TAYLOR. Mich. _ Sunset Church of Chris! provided the setting Saturday for Ihe marriage of Miss Gail Lynn Wiley and Thomas Charles Barry of Kansas City, Kan., son of Mr. and Mrs. .John W. Barry. 10115 Thirtieth street SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The bride is the daughter of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiley of Lincoln Park. Mich. The ceremony at 2 was per- formed by the bride's father. Ihe Rev. Mr. Wiley and the Rev. John OT.eary. Following a reception was given for 151! guests at the church. Matron of honor was Mrs. Chester Nelson, sister of the bride. Other attendants were Maureen Barry, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Emery Salamon. Joseph Reveteriano served as best man and groomsmen included Gene Prokuski and Chris Barry, brother of the i bridegroom, both of Cedar Rapids. Scott and Chauncey Barry, also brothers, and Chuck Nelson wen1 ushers Barry, another brother, iind Kelli Noel Nelson were ringbearer and flower girl. The bride was gowned in a dress of Chanlilly lace styled with Juliet sleeves and trimmed wiih crystals and seed pearls. Her fingertip veil was caught to a Canielot head- piece and her flowers were daisies and pink roses in a cascade bouquet. The attend- ants wore gowns of white lace interwoven with rainbow colored ribbon and white pic- ture hats accented with blue. Each carried a bouquet simitar to I hat of the bride. The new Mr. and Mrs. Barry will make their home in Kan- sas City where Mr. Barry is employed by Cedar Rapids Steel and Transfer. Inc. He at- tended Wisconsin Stale univer- sily-Kau Claire. His bride has been a student at Wayne County Community college in Detroit and has been employed by CRST there The couple chose Lake of the Oxarks for I heir wedding trip. FKTKD AT SIIOWKR Mrs. Onias Shifflell. I Gordon avenue NW. was hos- i less for a bridal shower Tues- day evening honoring Miss Theresa Holland, Saturday bride-eleel of William Barnes. ir.. son of Mr. and Mrs Wllii.im Barnes, 05 Twenty- first SF, Co-hostess In i Ihe 25 wns Miss Vicki Slulfiell The bride-elecl's j parents Mr and Mrs Shifflell of I tie Cordon avenue address I By Lynn? Olson i MOSCOW (AP) Pat Xivim said Wednesday she had de lected a warmer feeling on Ihe i par! of i he Sniii'l people r.'i-irird! this summit meeting as 1i in pared to the W72 talks Asked by a reporter tu com- ;pare this Moscow summit to the lasi. Mrs Nixon said bull! were "great, but I Hunk Ihere s .1 warmer feeling low aid Us .this time It's evident all den in the street The First Lady attributed Ihe increased warmth to aiha.-iceil publicity given Die ll'resideni'.-. w hu li stressed Ihe of liie jlalks in prnmutiiiL' world jpeoce I Lasl Solo Mrs. Nixon, milking her lasl official solo appearance during i her week-long Soviet stay. I attending a tea for American j embassy wives and personnel jat Spasso house, residence of j Hie U.S. ambassador. The 20-miniilc lea was infor- i Charles Prices Wed 60 Years Ql'ASQUETON Mr. and Mrs. Charles A Price will ob- serve their lilllh wedding an- niversary Sunday wiih an open house from 2 tn 4 al the Royal Neighbor hall in Quasquetnn. Mr. Price and the.former Bertha Taylor were married July 7, 1914, in Manchester. The Prices are the parents of seven children and there is a foster son. They are: Mrs. Howard Bremer and Mrs. Ray Avis, both of Coggon; Mrs. Ada Brown and Mrs. Leo Willimitt. both of Walker; Mrs Carl Auen. Rowley, and Mrs. Charles Ellis, Albert Price and William Price, all of Cedar Rapids. There are 32 grandchildren. 62 great- grandchildren and 3 ereat- greal-grandchildren. ma! and Mrs Nivoii, free from the trappings of prolecol. was mere related and outgoing than at previous of- ficial appearances 75 were presented to Mrs and Mrs Waller Slocssel. wife uf the ambassador, in the I w o-shii high "chandelier li-ion" .if illc residence A gigiinlie chandelier iiiing from Hi.1 telling, and gold and white brocade fnrnilure was placed i.ii'iind the Afler Hie line Mrs i lad in a prim silk dress, sipped oraiu-e juice anil Mrs Stoessel drank lea as lilt y laughed and i hatted. Al one point, Mrs j came over to greet a reporter, telling the journalist she had heard several Russians "rav- ing" about Ihe President's spcrcji on Si.-; ic; Wednesday night I how Ihe ('resident's i talks with Soviet leader Leonid j 1 Brezhnev had procjvs-i-d. liir Fiisi Lady rcpli.-d. Ke.iil1. She did not elaborate i Mr-- Mnessel told Mrs Nuon ilia! the secret service :-od .-.inii-t serunly men kepi j puMiing her aside when she aplirarcd wiih the parly ai official fiiiH'ti.Jiis. "Oil no. tiii'v're here lo help i NIMIII repll'-d They [list stand in llu biii-kgroiind Features To Be Besf Man WASHINGTON (AIM V'ce-iiri'sidcnl (It-raid li Kuril will hi' the best man Friday al the wedding Ins sun, Michael Gerald. Ill Calons'.llle. Mil. Kurd s office aiiiiniiiiriMl Tuesday Hun Micliiu'l. llu' el- ill-si sun nf Vice-president and Mrs Kurd, would In1 married !n 'liiyli- Ann Brumbaugh i ille !D Tuesday's i.ssiii' u( Tin1 llu> lii'ad and nameline die wedding account nf Miss Nancy Christint' Fnrnianek and 'lir liev David Michael Bert: was inciirreclly printed as Beck insleiiil uf Berg. The regrcls Hie error Coretta King, widow of Dr. Martin Luther King, jr., listens to memorial services Tuesday at Spellman college in Atlanta for slain Alberta King. At her side is her son Dexter. Hundreds of mourners filed through the Ebenezer GopHst church earlier Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at Ebenezer in Atlanta, where Dr. Martin Luther King, jr., is buried and his mother was slain. Sale Effective Thru July 6 ONLY FIRST QUALITY ALL FULL BOLTS MONTESSORi School of Cedar Rapids 1525 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. N.E. ANNOUNCE SUMMER SESSION July 8-August 2, 1974 FOR CHILDREN AGES Call 393-9558 For Information Use Your BankAmcncard and Masler Cbargo Cart STORE HOURS: WEEKDAYS SUNDAY 12-5 SATURDAY 3140 16th AVC.S.W. Cellar Rapids 1023 Riverside Dnvc Iowa City   

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