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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- Cooler toiiighl. middle 50s tu low 60s. Sunny, warmer Friday. Highs 78 (o 92 Nl.MBKK SOVI Rain Cuts First Music Show Short THURSDAY NIGHT Grandstand: p.m.: "From Your Hit Parade to American Bandslancl" bv C'oni- munity Theater, followed by fireworks. Aerial Acts; 7 and 8 p.m. Friday Highlights Grandstand: 3 p.m.: IIHCI-- national Auto Daredevils. 8i p.m.: Open competition slock! car races. Judging: 9 a.m.: Hcrcfords in Beef show and Durocs, Hamp- shires, Poland Chinas and Spotted in Swine show. 11 a.m.: Garden Flower show. 2 p.m.: Shorthorns in Beef show. Fun Time Square: and 5 p.m.: I.E. Homemakers dem- onstration. p.m.: Dance with music by Kayne. Aerial Acts: 5, C, 7, and 10 p.m. Buildings and Exhibits open at 1 p.m. By Steve Helle A Community Theater troupe Boogie Woogied and Shboomed on a "Sentimental Journey" through music of the '40s and I '50s at the All-Iowa fair Wed- nesday evening. A sparse but plucky audience ignored the lightning in the western sky as the young actors; and singers brought back thej songs of two and three decades I ago. However, raindrops cut about! 15 minutes off the show, even! though some of the spectators! CITY FINAL 15 CENTS iiArilj'-i. 'i 4. ASSOCIATED PKESS, ITI, NEW YORK TIMES STATION Nixon Says Arms Curb 'Significantly Closer' Gazelle Leased Wires {aboard Nixon's plane on the KEY BISCAYNK, Fla. flight: idcnt Nixon is home from "The President is feeling fine. summit journey which be 'eg is all right he really advanced the cause of world j needs a break and a rest in peace and brought the elusive'Florida." goal of curbing offensive nu-j Nixon has been suffering from clear weapons "significantly! phlebitis in his left leg since oser." [early this month, but Haig said In the windy and remote set- "the situation is under control." ig of an airbase in Caribou, Haig said Nixon "feels the Maine, Nixon was welcomed summit has met all expccla- Wednesday evening by Vice-President Ford, two bands, lions" and was "very pleased and encouraged by the charac- a little girl with a bouquet and a tcr and substance of discussions cheering crowd of Ford praised Nixon as having contributed to "making the! with Brezhnev." e I I I 1 world a little safer and a little J Q Q  n a gam of 2.2 percent. Kor 1973, the level stood and Soviet flags flying side-by- Hall also praised his attor- Ifor children with social adjust-'lol from their base on the mall! The burcau Wcdnes-iat an income of for a side as he left Moscow andjicys adding, i hope no one I read the headline 'Some- mmt prnblcms Tnc exercise'between the Washington Monu- -da-v lhat mcdian ineomc for of four, a figure that wasjdeclared. "We can be very i puts them down for taking my thing for Nothing Still Draws was in n ho! dry.'ment and the Capitol numerous !n0n-farm of four rosc from in 1972! proud of the American flag all lease. Well and 1 justliad to give said in from the due lo rising prices. r south-central Idaho. Gazelle Wednesday. An .morney "Forty years ago I operated said the course was plagued by ing report which recommended had been given no advance no- tification of the flight but were '.old about it this morning on :heir way to breakfast at the Yuri Gargarin Space Center vhere they are training with the Cosmonauts. Brig. Gen. Thomas Stafford, lie Apollo commander for the oint flight, "wished them every Reilly said. "The flight program of the oyuz 14 spaceship envisages oint experiments with the orbi- al scientific station Salyut tie Tass report said. The launch was the Kremlin's irst manned space shot since wo cosmonauts made an eight- lay flight last December. Rival to Sky lab There was no immediate of- icial word how long the cos- monauts would remain aloft. Boris Petrov, chairman of the ntercosmos Council, said Wednesday the Soviets did not nally done by the plan a "prolonged flight." The Salyut program is similar o America's successful Skylab program, climaxed last winter when three Apollo astronauts docked with a space station for .Pilous year. This percent: Thc bclow lhc poj He said the flag symbolizes have had excellent attor" a orbit- "We were stopped trying to :Jimip. Ihe biggest since vertv level has shrunk stead Impendence the cause.ncys. No one would dare put! K H? i go four different ways and fi- was largclv offset by h u bci n kecnine of world ilhem for accepting 971- died nally after having been [estimated at 6.2 percent. in I'M In 'S vc'r 954 After the 20-minulc speech hc'case." ;on the flight back to earth when over the world today." Judge Schultz responded, and in one of those joints that get organizational problems people to hand over their: equipment breakdowns. said Adolph Silvers of Dr. James Hax. head of the Chicago. "I don't know how r.caith welfare department. they revived that racket." sajd all programs placing stress .Silvers, who gives his age as on youthful participants have "past 70.'' was in Cedar Rapids been suspended, lie ;.akl he per- visiting his mother-in-law when'soiuilly did not believe the pro-' blocked at each attempt, we The impact of higher prices: percent of ihc population was net going the edge ;was on tni, and Mrs. Nixon, with theirj their vehicle lost pre-ssure. Sal- ,m, ;fdaughter, Juhe. J ,1 1H-OV ,v. JV J Ul. till' J.1H tl U H'H'I Ul t< l I II. J IV. j u'rc. I'.v the po- mcdian jncomc 07, David biscnlmwer, who had on Hall's behalf lice, sn.d Brian Adams of !nv incrcasctl f them in Caribou, reboarded thcjthe cxpccled ipUmcd acudenl I .hiT'iifn :i _ _ _ i n i Chicago, a national coordina- tor of the group. cent to while while fami-'parcnlly accounted for ly income jumped 9.1 percent between However. Deputy Chief !report listing Ihc he read the story in Tuesday's'grams were valuable enough to of the D.C. mctropoli-: Thc figures also showed thatlamily income as and an Gazelle on Ihe unhappy custom- balance Ihe danger. tan police said the clash than 1.5 million Amcri-'acrompanying table that listed crs at a slick sales operation at "I think there is plenty u[ currcd while the demonstrators cans rose last year from what'il as the fair. blame to go around." Bax said. "It's not something new." hc "Tllcrt: i'pparcntly some said. "There were gullible peo- crrors that wl11 lo bc pie 40 years ago. too." j corrected. 1 am sure steps will n 'happens again. white and blue jet and flew, Ihc burnu's R'sca.VIU! for a weekend 1973 Leg Okay While House staff chief Alex- a n d e r Haig told reporters Zebra Trial of UST Four Postponed World-Nixoni SAN FRANCISCO (API be taken to assure tins never More People, Space, Busy Signals n( irient Nixon urged Americans of U.e a Fourth of July statement been delayed carry the "basic American mes-l As judging started in Ihe sec ______ ond half of the fair's livestock; shows. Henry Botlcma of Dy-i KlSSIHqer sart showed Ihc champion .P i row in the Quality Pork contest; Unveiled in Israel Wednesday night. (AP, The reserve champion of "Fiddler on the shown by Barb Lindabl of l.sracl's only wax mu- lon. while Kirkwood Communityisciim Thursday unveiled a Mai- iContinuod: Page 3, Col. 4. By Turn Fruehlin" Today's Chuckle. The biggest job congress has is to get Ihe money from Ihe taxpayer without disturbing the voter. uc (if Sccrclary singer. American Ambassador Ken nelh Keating slarcd at the ef- figy pnscd in mid -dial wilh a statue iif Inrmer Premier (Jolda Mcir and said, "Tins is the first lime I have ever seen Dr. Kissinger M I 11 ng slill." After little more than a week of operation, the Cedar Kapid.s-hased Pa r k Hrscrva- t i (i n System is "popular beyond all ac- c n r d i n g vice-president ,lames IJossic. In fad, the (irginal staff nl has been expaiuled to lid. Kiissie said, and Ihcre is slill a problem ill the bundling of Ihe leleplinne and mail reser- Luis (il Publicity "The number of busy sig- nals per hour has been as high as linssic ronimriilcd. The service has two telephone numbers with a total of five available lines. "We thought when we start- ed that we would have to ad- vertise, but needless lo say that has not been necessary." lie continued. Some of the publicity resull- ed from an incorrect phone number issued by the National P a r k Service before Ihe operation was established This, Kossic .said, also caused a major headache Chimgcd Number The number appearing in the press relea.se was actually the number for Ihe Dearborn llrass Co in Cedar Rapid? Kossie to the national parks now handled. Judge Morton c del." luest of their hanging com- pany sialiiinery and other ma- terials. lio.-sie said, lie under- slands lhal .l.'ilio Deailiurn Hra.vs cuslimicrs had tu be ne hlicd iif Ihe M'.ild; I laving received as many a.' Hi. null calls per day. Ihe n-or- vat ion service is sol In expand next year. II'OS.MC said rc.vr-rvaliuns arc expected In lie lakrn fd'1 Male and pnv.'ih1 park1-, in additon carry tne "basic American mes-'" sage of independence, lhc and human dignity" throughoul .at lhe of the world. ____ "In each of my trips Larger Quarters :'ie said in a message released! M i. .1 ,i 'Wednesday at the White House. Inrltiv Also, liossie continued, the S InQQX company ,s going lo be forced in m.-ve mtn larger quarters (hc 'derlif our republic, an oinpour- Daily Record ...............II ing of affection and respect for Deaths ................II .the nalion that Abraham Lin- Editorial Features B 'coin called 'the last, best hope Farm ................33 earth.' Financial .......44 "On this Independence day, Marion ................41 as we celebrate our nation's Movies .....................22 Ihirlh, let us pledge, by our ex- Society ...............34.37 Sample, thai we will continue lo Sports ..............27-32 jcarry to the people of other State .....................g, lands the basic American mes- Television 42 sage of independence, liberty Want Ads .............4R-49 and human dignity." Tenlh street NK. Other changes now in effect include Iho policy lo lake no telephone reservation requests more than 10 days in advance and 1 i m i I i n K confirmation only lo holders of Bank Amcr- icard or Master Charge credit cards. Kossie added that with Ihe high volume of business, oilier Continued: Page :i. Col 7.i   

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