Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 13, 1974, Page 6

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette July 13, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., July 13, 1974 Picasso Feud Called Turn on Over His Fortune Television Listings 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 2—WMT TV, Cedar Rapids 7—KWWL-TV, Waterloo . 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6 —WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WKBT, La Crosse 10—KROC-TV, Rochester I 2—KUN TV, Iowa City I 3—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—KDUB, Dubuque PAIRS (AP) — With a touch Dumas warned Picasso about taken on how to divide the es-of malice, Pablo Picasso fore- are further compounded by tate, inheritance taxes must be saw the family feuds that would: Paulo’s separate claim to the settled. French law allows the erupt over his incalculable for-1 estate of his mother, Olga, who state to collect “in kind” and tune following his death.    died in 1955. Picasso instituted the tax settlement will undoubt- His friend and legal counsel, divorce proceedings against her edly enrich French museums by Roland Dumas, savs he warned 111 1935 — a date of crucial im- some 20 percent — by value — the painter one day that his re- P°rtance 'n settlement of the es- of Picasso’s pictures, fusal to make a will would lead ,a^e>    ^ne    .°^    ^e    most famous,; to “terrible complications.”    1911 Separation    Guernica , is excluded bom Dumas now recalls how Pi- A legal separation was grant- noareM thing1 Ut''a™will Picasso a.311 casse stopped him short with. aj cd in 1941 with equal division of cvcr si d8he |eft th(, monu. hand    3    the couples property. By ^mental painting, inspired by the “Whatever terrible complied*! the tions you can dream Saturday Night 6:00 2—Action News 7—News, Weather, Sots. 9—Lawrence Welk 3—Lawrence Welk 4—Lawrence Welk 6—Movie— • Wall of Noise" 8—National Geooraohic IO—News. Weather, Spts. 12—Folk Guitar IJ—eyewitness News 40—Showdown at O.K. Corral mon agreement Picasso held - bombardmont ’of republican. 2—Hollywood Squares 7—Untamed World IO—Victory at Sea 12—World of Animals 13—Inside Iowa 7:00 2—All In Family 7—Emergency 9—Jimmy Dean 3—Partridge Family 4—All In Family 8—All In Family IO—Emergency 12-Dr. Who 13—Emergency 40—Partridge Fondly '7:30 2—M*A*S*H . Plcduros affected by this I held Guernica during the Span- n    d Cpir*a Ji t i/i flvisi0”m.)lrl3st for Pau1°. It af-jsb cjvjj war t0 bjs native Dumas said Picasso told him, feats all pictures in the inheri- ^Dajn “the reality, when it comes, will lance painted before 1935 - PIn Dumas, safc in a handwrit. be infinitely worse.    probably the most valuable part t nQte . pj declaring Picasso lived to 91, driven by| of the collection As a result, L t ,Guemica belongs to lh* a frenzied creativity until the Paulo has a double claim to the    <,ni_h rnnnh1- „ day of hi? death, April 8, 1973. j treasure, one share from Picas-    j Several unfinished paintings;so and another from Olga.    Other    Artists stand on easels in his studio jaw provides that Jacque-j Whenever Spain reverts to a near Mougins on the French jjne recejvcs onp half, while the1 republican form of government, f*lvfera-    I    four children share the other: it can claim the picture — now j Virtual Recluse    I    half. But illegitimate children; “on loan” to the Museum of „ririn3„ t,„ntiniinn 47 bac Set onty half the amount they Modern Art in New York — WASHINGTON (AP) — The ,    ^    i    iw°ufd have received if they without paying French taxes. I Environmental Protection linmac rnnnrtA/i <?hn n^rtIwere legitimate.    I    Gen.    Francisco    Franco,    who    Agency    (EPA)    has    given    four Dumas reported. She lives part-    , AArtinn A__u    ipd    the forces    which    overthrew    auto    makers an “informal ex- ly in the chateau of Vauvenar- Of the children s portion, each    ed    the forces    which    overthrew    Wednesday’s    dead- would get one-fourth if they    the    Spanish    republic in the    ltnMon    01    vveanesuay s    aeau 9 ABC Suspense Movie -•'Cry Panic" 3- ABC Suspense Movie— ' Cry Panic" 4—M*A*S*H 8 —M*A*S*H 12—Variations 40—ABC Suspense Movie— •'Cry Panic" 8:00 2—Mary Tyler Moore 7—NRC Movie— •'Apartment" 4—Mary Tyler Moore 6—NBC Movie— "Apartment" 8—Mary Tyler Moore IO—NBC Movie— "Apartment" 17—Toy That Grew Up 13—NBC Movie— "Apartment" 8:30 2—Bob Newhart 4—Bob Newhart 8—Bob Newhart 9:00 2—Barnaby Jones 9—Owen Marshall •    3—Owen Marshall 4—Barnaby Jones 8—Barnaby Jones 12—Hollywood Theater 40—Owen Marshall 10:00 2—Action News 9-Eyewitness News 3—ABC News 4—News. Weather, Spts. 8—News, Sots , Weather 12—Who Is Man 40—Newsline 10:15 3—News, Weather, Spts. 10:30 2—Movie — "One Foot In Hell" 7—News, Weather, Sots. • 9—Movie— "River of Mystery" 3—Film Festival 4—U.F.O. 6-10 O CIock Edition 8—Movie— "Marriage Go Round" IO—News, Weather, Spts. 12—Sherlock Holmes 13—Eyewitness News 40—Movie 11:00 7—Movie— “Dingaka" 6—Movie— "Now You See It, Now You Don t" IO—Movie 12—Boboqulvarl 13—Tonight 11:30 4—Outer Limits 12—Theater Macabre 12:00 9—Wide World of Entertainment IO—Saint Papers: Soviets Offer To Gird Beirut Defense By Associated Press Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev has offered to strengthen Lebanon’s defense? against Israeli attacks, Beirut newspapers reported Thursday. The papers said made his offer in a message to President Suleiman —Worship Services— (Continued from Page 3.) inn 9:30 a.m. Contact W. IL Haworth. 36.1-6567, Cedar Valley Bible Church — 3636 Cottage Grove ave. SE. Reagan Benedict. Thomas V. Fogie. Dwight L. Taylor. S S. 10:50. Serv 9:45. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. 7:20. Central Church of Christ — 1500 1st ave NVV. Tunney F. Brezhnev: Nichols. S.S. 10:45. Serv. 9:30. Eve. 6. Wed. 7. l I Christian and Missionary Al- Franjieh.|1Unrp _ 1622 42nd st§ ne. delivered Tuesday by Soviet Daniel G. Pulliam. S.S. 9:30. Ambassador Servar Azimov. Of-Serv. 11:45. "At the Least a ficial Lebanese spokesmen said the Lebanese government was happy with the message but declined to reveal its contents. The authoritative newspaper An Anhar said Brezhnev offered “all kinds of support and assis Cosmonaut: May Form Union MOSCOW (UPI) - Soviet newspapers said Tuesday that tance to Lebanon and the Arab jbc ^wo soyuz 14 cosmonauts countries in order to strengthen;    ,    sta. their defenses against Israeli aggression.”    tion adhere t0 a rigorous, 13- Lebanon has been the target hour daily work schedule that of numerous Israeli raids in re- caused one of them to complain taliation for attacks by guerillas joking]y t0 gr0Und controllers. “Soon we’ll elect a local trade from Lebanon on Israeli settle ments in which more than 50,    ...    .    „    .    limiiiinil. jamw * . Israelis have been killed this ■*«    So«    •□=«.    » Shadow". Eve. 7:00. Wed. eve. 7. Belee Christian Reformed 6600 C ave. NE. Earl D. Dy-keina. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10.45. Eve. 6:30. Church of the Brethren — 1200 Second ave. SE. Dr. Wayne A Shireman. S.S. 9 Serv. IO. Ministry of Deliverance Church -1510 2nd st. SW. IL G. Kurth F. R. Davidson, b.s. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7. Church of God Prophecy —- 3211 Edgewood rd SW. Michael Boots. SS. IO. Serv. ll. Eve. 7:30. Wed. 7:30. Covington Rick Miller. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. Church of God — 1101 Oakland rd. NE. A. R. Moslander. 5.5. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 6. Eastview Church of Christ— Christian—601 Old Marion rd. NE. Lawrence W. Merritt. S.S. 9:3(1. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7. Ellis Park Church of God — 726 L ave. NW. John Little. 5.5. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. 8. First Church of Christ, Scientist — 1242 2nd ave. SE. S.S., serv. 10:30. "Sacrament . Wed. eve. 7:30. First Covenant—701 25th st. NE. James F. Lange, S.S. 9:30. Extends Deadline On '72 Emissions is, deus. nave un ii .mew uu. workin„ day» Co|. Pavcl “first Open Bitt, - ISH E year. The Lebanese government p.,    wise-cracking ave. NW. Neal B. Gail. S.S. has been trying to get the other 1 opovich    t ne wisecracksg ^ ^ 10;30 Eve. 7:30. under-    commander,    told    pentei.ostai    Church    — I Arab governments to g u e s near Aix-en-Provence, line to answer charges that where Picasso is buried in the! a" legitimate. In fact.'I***, has ruled Spain ever; garden, partly in the house at May*. Claude and Paloma getjance. He has set in motion a -<™e    197-models fad to mately 1.4 million cars manufactured by Chrysler, Ford, | forcgS General Motor and Volkswagen Brezhnev’s message was in if they failed to meet emission reply to letters Franjieh sent standards.    the chief of the Soviet Commu- .....    • „    ____ ground controllers Monday, ac-1 q60 Center Point rd. NE. James write a bitlion-ddlar arms pro- f    ,radc    union O McCoy. S S. IPSU. Serv. gram for the Lebanese armed 8    l0:30. Tues., Thurs. Eve. 7. newspaper. Diabetes Bill WASHINGTON (AP) — A bill A new deadline has not been nist party and President Nixon authorizing a three-year, $41 set, the spokesman added. The during their recent summit million program to fight dia- _ _       |    j    ii    I    mnpf fpHpF^l Pyh^lKf    ’    HIL    jpUNcbllldll    dUucU. I IIC I UUI illg lllCll lew    ill    r    o t    ,    i Mougins, Notre Dame de Vie only half as much' namely one- docreod °etlJ[n t0 a monarchy    «iH    four    auto    makers    are    expected    meeting.    Franjieh    reportedly    betes    Jias    received    final    contour I adv of Dfe) where he eighth, while Paulo gets five- after his death.    uhs,    an    r-    — (Our Lady ct Lite), where^ne s    excluded    from    the    man-!    Wednesday. Foursquare (iospel — 61)9 1st ave. SW. Lee Griffis. S.S. 9:30. Communion and serv. 10:43. Eve. 7. Wed. eve. 7:30. Fri. 1:30 p.m. Grace Brethren—2905 D ave. NE. Gilbert Gilgan. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7. Wed. 7:15. Interdenominational — 3rd st. died. The studio and rooms habitually used by him Thus, of the whole of Picas-jcovering is Picasso^ collection have remained locked and un- sos estate. Jacqueline receives Pa,ntings bv other artist?,. ments, an EPA spokesman said    ‘formal~    extension    re-1 sought “their intervention to curb gressional approval, sending and 5th ave. SW. A. J. Stokes the Israeli raids.    i    the measure to President Nixon of paintings by other touched since his death.    one-half,    Paulo    receives five- ^eluding all the great names in The house is crammed with;sixteenths and Maya, Claude impressionis1 and modern paint-most the 1,300 paintings left bv;and Paloma get one-sixteenth ^ Picasso, many of 'them dating.eac*1. EPA had warned that it would ^ in the next few da_ys-approxi- I(a1 f to Him Newspaper Fined SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) -In accordance with a verbal The newspaper La Segunda was By Hossiter request by Picasso before he I fined $121 by the Chilean mil-1 All Aspirin Not , but . . . died, the 58 pictures were pre- itary government for “disre- back to his earliest styles. Armed gendarmes permanently    paui0 vvas Olga’s only heir, so    sented to    the    French national    spect”    to the    governing    military patrol the grounds.    one-half of all the pictures    museum,    the    Lourve, where    junta. “The value of these pictures    painted up to 1935 go to him and    they are    to    be permanently    - is impossible to estimate,”    are excluded from calculation of    shown as the Picasso Collection.    30 YEARS    AGOt—    Conquest of Dumas said. “Nonetheless, be- the other shares.    As    a gift to the state, they are Saipan island in the Pacific cost cause a friendly settlement Before any decision can be exempt from inheritance tax.    15,053 American casualties, within the family seems unlikely, we will have to start some. day to put an arbitrary value on them one by one. with the help of experts. It will be a monumental task.” Even if Picasso had left a will, the complications would have WASHINGTON (UPI) - More than IOO varieties of aspirin are offered for sale in the U.S. and the consumer is faced with confusing claims for their effectiveness, safety and cost. The Medical Letter, a non any aspirin tablet should be taken with a full glass of water. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 6:30. Islamic Center—299y 1st ave. SW. S.S., serv. 11:30; prayer, 12. Friday prayer 12. Moth-Wick Chapel — 1224 13th st. NW. Donald Artman. Serv. 9. New' Apostolic Church—2930 But the report    said the buffer-    Wilson ave. SW. Wed. eve.    8 ing capacity of    Alka-Seltzer    is    ' New Jerusalem Church    of obtained at the    oxDcnse of    a    God in Christ—631 0th ave. SE. obtained at me    expense ui    a    ^ Bassett< S_S- 10;3a Serv Buffers    obtained at tne expense Buffers are added to some high s°dium con,ent- The sodi' 12. Eve. 8. Peoples Unitarian — 6C0 3rd ave. SE. Walter E. Kellison. Conversation, ll. Salvation Army — 1123 3rd st. SE. Eugene Adney. S.S. Wallace Drops Drive To Control Miniconvention aspirin tablets to decrease gas- urn and bicarbonate, along with trie acidity. But the Medical I its cost, make Alka-Seltzer ^uvi w ^ Letter said in the amounts|<qess usefuj tban 0ther formula- ^ profit publication for’ doctors, proscnt Ln rn°st h“ffercd forrnu- tjon<;    aspirin for long-term 9:45.    Scry-’n- Eve I eP valuated drugs containing^^K^aWX “'ration as tor example, aspirin and concluded in its July “f™'    “'I    in patients with arthritis.” 5 issue that all aspirin is not! 1 oa r ? ®    ** .. alike. But it said no important Probably works just as well. Adventist—42nd st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Sieg- ’“V n -j    _ „iQcc. nf u/otpr “*    —......-........  fried    Roeske.    S.S.    9:30.    Serv. ll. 5 issue that all aspirin is notl^^,^^    I    The    Medical    Letter said com-1 Seventh Day Church of God difference in pain-iuiuug euen|   ----,—(pain i ut i.    ...    .proven more effective than Temple Judah — 3221 Lindies ever been es-; g^tromtestirml bleeding with I   _______«I say lane SE. Summer serv. Fn. aid no.important    ^.binafioaa    of    aspirin    with    other,    ch    o -............. ,— -killing effect Nevertheless, tne    said    pain    kijjers    have    never    been    sat.    IO.    Serv.    11:30. between various formulations of some scientists have found .^j pr0ven more effective than d336 Prairie dr. o I aspirin from two1"'Tarries andhvoT By Aril0,d B’ Savvis,ak    ^ 001,1(1 win elsewhere, andltinued and flopped nationwide rAspidn tablets disintegrate in cause uuu,I3 w..u - --—‘‘Ifects from two marriages and two Ii-, WASHINGT0N (UPI) _ Gov. the campaign stalled.    Now,    by holding back until the stomach and dissolve pri- the time it takes for the tablets au>ns which produced children. | ernor George Wallace has given |    Shook    Up    Staff    ■    the    real    delegate search begins marily m the small intestine to dissolve and there are fewer Temple Judah KaMiu.meMu.rn    I    aspirin    alone    and    may cause a|“£ '“n3p0s bulfered tablets, presuma S' - higher incidence of adverse ef- unity Center—1015 2nd ave. buffers tend to shorten ,.!..    |SE Mabcl K Swanson. Serv. ll. "The Is-Ness of God”. List of Survivors up his fledgling campaign to After it was finally called off, use the weapon of suspense on Here is a rundown of the sur- ^    wanted nor°could!and Wallace shook UP    cam_ 1^Democratic politicians in many vivors with a recognized claim undprstam| hk rpasons f k. paign staff, there stUl remained | states who don't have a clear to a share of the estate !in 1976, Wallace will be able to:Th rPnort ca;d n ic the rate the undissolved particles to irritate - — - — - ^blet dissolves that determines the stomach and intestines. understand his reasons for seek-1 Pai8n staH, there stUl remained ,states who don’t have a clear ^oodstrearrf ^ ^ ^ ^ in paUent^wdh^ainfu^condi-u. ling.    (the question of why the effort | idea of the Alabama governor’s rlooasi,- .    _    tions however that there is a his wife The AIabama governor quietly was undertaken at all.    rank and file strength and who Manufacturing Flaws diffe;ence between buffered and v .J    it be    known    that    he    no    long-    j While    organization-building    is    will have to keep watching their    “Improperly manufactured non.buffered aspirin jn time of yier    is    trying    to    gain    control    of    vital    t0    any    presidential    cam-    flanks carefully until the show-'tablets may either be so tightly j onset of anajge£jc duration or the Democratic party’s “mini-; Paign, a public, full scale bid downs come.    packed that they do not readily d f y f \ in or in. - (dissolve, or they may crumbleLft, nc e of gasLntestinal1 Senate Wants Veto before use, the Medical Letter digress,” the report said. "    *    .    -    said. “Crumbled tablets and    ... „ w Over Atomic Exports powder may contain consider-    Alka-Seltzer WASHINGTON (AP) — In the able amounts of degraded drug. The Medical Letter said Alka-wake of President Nixon’s    “Although these pharmaceu-; Seltzer has a much higher con- offers of nuclear aid to Egypt    tlcal differences between mblets tent of buffering agents than and Israel the senate has    could have finical conse- other buffered aspirin tablets, passed a bill giving congress cluence£’has never been Prov'and since Alka-Seltzer is dis- Jacqueline Picasso - at the time of his death.    . .. , „ ,    ..    , let it be known that he no long Paulo Picasso *— his son byL_ _ his first marriage. Maya Widmayer — a daugh- conventj0n»* ncx{ Dec 6-8 at fer power at this time would ter by his mistress Marie Kansas cjty    seem to be an odd way for Wal- Therese Walter.    Wallace    had    never    personally    ^a^e to build up his forces. Wal- Claude Picasso —• a son bj, his committed himself to a mini- la^e worries ^almost all other mistress F rancoise Gilot.    convention takeover, but his politicians and had his initial Paloma Picasso —- a daughter campaign organization — the delegate selection of torts been by Francoise Gilot.    only operation of its type now successful, they might very well The inheritance will ultimate- jn "piaCe — made no secret of bave drawn other presidential ly be shared in varying propor- tbe effort.    hopefuls into an all-out cam- tion by Jacqueline, Paulo —    „    ,    .    R,    paign that could ruin the losers who at 53 is six years older than . selecuon Kulcs    and leave the winner only as a his stepmother — and the three “ie idea was to use the par- target for the ensuing two acknowledged illegitimate chil- *-v s newly-amended delegate years. dren    selection rules — which require As for the miniconvention it- For the moment, the French s*ate Par^es to Sive delegates self, there is very little for courts have acknowledged the J0 a11 candidates proportional presidential aspirants to fret to their rank-and-file -----*    *    —    ■    “*    • claims of the five to a share in veto authority over any presi- en in contr°Ned trials of ana^ solved before taken, the report dential agreement to export nu- ^ic effect that one brand of said il is an effective way of clear technology to a foreign Plain asPirin is suPerior to an-? taking single doses of aspirin. country.    other.    ■ n,.    ...    The    report said aspirin has The measure, which now goes!becn jmp^icated as / to the house, was approved on a icause ofFstomach or in^stina| Do’s & Don’ts ★ IONITE! * co ming nuxt wk: Rock ’n Roll Boogie Band DANCE MOR SWISHER Every Sat. 5:30-9 p.m. BEEFEATERS BUFFET $2.96 per person Children uruter IO, $2.04 Roast Round of B««f, Stroganoff, Salads. Relishes, Desserts Grant Wood Kitchen ROOSEVELT MOTOR HOTEL CZM RAPIDS, UM ADJACENT GUEST PARKING support or fight about. The draft char-1% to 0 vote Wednesday after1 ^ J    ZTT. ;ek vot- ter berne nrenareri for thf> Kan- thron hnnru nf HoKntn mmr    ^ the fortune in pictures that    Qty    ~    qS    ^    ^hlnd    I®”*    ,0VCT    how;    orders.    To minimize such irrita some experts believe will even- lIlLt.na w Ji!f    I^eetl^ f,sL a blaad congress should seek to ensure t- th Medical LettPr said tniiiUr hnvo a thonr«tif.ai vqIho meetinR Wallace s campaign document that all of them could that American-provided nuclear facilities are not diverted to ___ tually have a theoretical value s^rategjs^s jcd by jjajj Timan- live with easily The only con of several hundred rn,ll,on dol-jus of Texas bt|j'V(,d ,hc effort    C’pX would be a marvelous way to chial to interest even avid po-F uti,e Attempt    organize    the    governor’s support- litical activists - whether rid ers nationwide and start the term conventions should be lve apons use. Thrifty want Jacqueline and Paulo made a      __ brief and futile attempt to lay momentum for a I9?6 Demo- come a permanent party func-:wonders fef y°u- Pfece sole claim to the pictures. They oratic Presidential nomination j tion and whether a judicial cost want ad. Dial 398-8234. ads work' a low broke with Claude and Paloma drive. council should be appointed to long before Picasso died. The Tdey als0 said 'hp simeon- resolve intra-party disputes, artist was infuriated by a book "n,lon    wor,h the effortJ Wallace gets a bit of a bloody written about him by Claude’s.Wallace was concerned nose out of his withdrawal from and Palomar mother, now mar-    ?L., K. l)ar ' J I e I"8 COr?: rinH in rip innuc QaiL-    migaf adopt a party charter at pared to the body blow he would a    ,    Kansas City that would effec- have taken had the effort con- Picasso never forgave them ,lve|y    ou,    other    factjons.    cuort    con for defending their mothers \va|]ace. who was reportedly book, or for trying to establish busy durjng ,hjs ,jme bud(]mg their ciaun to the mhentance bjs landslide victory in the Ala-during his lifetime.    bama gubernatorial primary. Jacqueline carried on the interposed no objection to the feud,    refusing    to    allow    Claude miniconvention plan, and Paloma    to    see    their    father’s' The delegate selection process body or attend his funeral. began with party caucuses at The “terrible complications”!the precinct and county levels in —    the spring and it quickly bott bf (f filar 'Bnpill*    came evident that Wallace was 'not going to storm the heights simply because he was the inly climber Local party organiza-♦ions did not take well to takeover efforts, and the Wallace delegate campaign fell apart in Texas, Mississippi. South Carolina and Tennessee. Having done little in the South, even tho governor’s most enthusiastic supporters could not see how Established in 1813 av The Gazette Co ona oubiished dally and Sunday at SOO Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406 Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cents a week. 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  • A. J. Stokes
  • Barnaby Jones
  • Bob Newhart
  • Claude Picasso
  • Francoise Gilot
  • George Wallace
  • Jacqueline Picasso
  • James F. Lange
  • Lawrence Welk
  • Lee Griffis
  • Leonid Brezhnev
  • Marie Kansas
  • Mary Tyler Moore
  • Oon Seater
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Paloma Picasso
  • Pin Dumas
  • Rick Miller
  • Roland Dumas
  • Servar Azimov
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Swnt Steak
  • Thomas V. Fogie
  • Tunney F. Brezhnev
  • W. Il Haworth

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: July 13, 1974

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