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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Crd.ir Gazette: Wed.. Jul> 17, 1H74 103-Y ear-Old Falls 12 x Needs Only Drink Loves Lite, Whisky For First Aid VANCOUVER, B. C. (AP) j A wimlowdeam-r 12 CHICAGO (AP) Max Mos- from an apartment kmvitz celebrated his 103rd building, bounwd off a parked by taking a slug n! lin-ii n-cupi'raied Him a "holdin" hi? drillk in lhe aParlmenl ager'? suite. arms aloft like a winning was he once was and declar- working on the top floor o! the .ly. Del Charro aparlments when 1 this wiwierfii! world a knot in lhe rope connecting :i..-it t.od created I've liad a his pialiurm to a pu.iey came pleasure hero and I tell loose, ilun M) v.hcii 1 pray each day." He hi! the roof of a car A p.iny was thrown for .Mos-' parked near the side of the Monday at a nursing' building and bounced from homo and ha received a half there to the ground. His inju- of whisky from the direc-! ries were a cut on the head [or. Al Mendeiovictz. ;l n d a sore ankle and "He drinks between two and he believes j three fifths a Mendelo- vidz said. "Doesn't seem to faxe him." Max said lie was one of three i) o x e r s who fought profes- 'sionally under the name Kid .McCoy- j Brandishing a pair of old box- 'ing gloves, .Max said, he had; work, but she sent me about 14 professional fights. j Lilwrencc s.aid. -j felt like a sore ankle came in the from the roof of the car to fhe ground. Eleanor Bolam, manager of the building, said she gave Lawrence a drink and refused to allow him to return to work i until the next day. "I wanted to go back to Wirehaired Wooer Don't sell Snickers short if you're searching for a canine sidekick. She's a six-month-old wirehaired terrier who is partial- ly housebroken. Snickers can be adopted for from the Humane Society, Mt. Vernon road SE. The society's hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Version of Meeting I WASHINGTON (AP) John. Jacob Stein, Parkinson's law- Ehrlichman arranged to tape record a meeting with a Nixon campaign lawyer last yean so the former presidential adviser yer in the Watergate cover-up case, said Parkinson was sim- ply speculating to Cacheris about the Ehrlichman-O'Brien could "register great surprise" at "all the gruesome facts" ofj the Watergate cover-up, the W a s h i n g.t o n Post reported Wednesday. The Post quoted a confidential memorandum by Lawyer Plato meeting, the Post said. Transcripts of White House Watergate conversations 25-MillionStar Stock Purchase WASHINGTON (AP) Hous- ton Banker Joe L. Allbritton has signed a contract to pay million for 37 percent of the stock of the Washington Star Communications Co., Inc., par- ent company of the Washington Star-News newspaper, the Star- News said Wednesday. He will become board chair- man and chief executive officer of Star Communications and 'j will take an 'active part in man- leased this year show that Ehr-1 agement if the sale wins needed lichman had already been in- approval from Star stockholders Cacheris concerning a meeting between, Ehrlichman and Pau: 0'Brien; an attorney for the Nixon re-election committee, at San Clemente, Calif., April 5, 1973. Cacheris is a defense attorney for former Attorney General Mitchell in the cover-up case. The description of the meeting was given Cacheris in a memo- randum from another Nixon lawyer. Kenneth W. Parkinson. The memo did indicate how Pa about cover-up prior with O'Brien. much of the to the mcetin and the Federal tions Commission, per said. Communica- the newspa- Russian Roulette Is Fatal to 7-Year-Old PORTLAND (AP) A 7-year- old boy was ?hot to death while playing Russian roulette with his sister at their home here. Multnomah County sheriff's deputies said the victim, Gary Allan Gott, died of a wound inflicted with a .38-caliber re- volver. The children's mother, Shirley Gott, was job-hunting when the shooting occurred, officers said. "The one that I remember recalled the 133-pounder, "was with bantamweight Joe Gans. went 25 rounds to a draw in 1903." Max has many friends but no living relatives. He especially likes Charlotte August, who is in her late 70s and wants to be called Ms. "I knew her father and I used' to bounce her on my knee when she was a smiled Max. His outlook on life? school kid." As he fell, Lawrence said, he saw he was going to hit pavement and used his feet to push himself away from the side of the building. The parked car has a dent about four feet long, three feet wide and seven or eight inches I deep in the roof, he said. "Everything else could go, he said, "but there are five things that we always will have with us the sky, the earth, the sunshine, the sunset and breath." 20 YEARS AGO The Feder- al Power Commission froze the wellhead price of natural gas 30 YEARS AGO A Swedish' newspaper reported that robot j bombs weighing as much as 10' tons and capable of reaching! New York had been concentrat-i ed in western Judland, Den- mark. tfca; O'Brisn was to M there to relate all gruesome facts, that Ehrlichman vrcuid record it arta register great sur- according to the Post story by Reporters Bob Wood-: ward and Carl Bernstein. i Come enjoy we'll deliver! (Dftlar- Established frf 1833 byThe Co. and published dolly ond Sunday at 500 Third ove. SE, Cedor Rapids. Iowa 52J06. Rapids. Iowa. week By mall: Hiant Edition and Sunday 6' issues 53.75 a month, 539.00 a year At- S1B5 a monih, SJO.OO a vear. Other states and U.S. territories 560.00 a vear. 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