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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs.. July 25. 1974 WIN i Resume Big Factor in Finding New Job BRIDGE H> Ucan Miller own horn in a di-crec! apply YOUK (I'l'l) .lot, lurcelui wa> -pccia! rait- with birth- Im-mc- n! re-lime, llall arlu a-- in related in i.-! "s By Ovv.ald i -a. fin! cv-ieiM- in nimle-n ulli, Mll. li v..ai ic-umc ha- no ---HI. j mpli'M'l Ir-pt'i-t a l-'rnni Caltmiorc "Dull I a-k '-an Ins tin- d'Mdiia''-ii''e lie accurati-. hut not precise s hia: Don't '-pii-ici to" hut Don't UM' Ihe reiulei U Voursclt AIM iic mu I Dog Honored for Saving Master SAN KHA.VUSl'O (I'l'l A MlltTH V A 10 St; n-rci ;n !n .iclaii cnmpanv :n inn- '-In- picture lor :hc P-I'SCT.' inh o'- Stick lo fuels: do not ...i Don't salaries in the advin- can In- helpful, llali _. n -iv- it is -i misrtke in i Discrimination Ban a.-, sp.-i i Khminate unncic H i- a mistake mini- Don'l yiie n-li-n-iuf-ni el-c write the resume WOKfKSTPK. Mass (t'l'll ilir-'c-lor of'a "1" a.d I: :.....-a-ilv -potted and pi'r-on -'hi-" Don t liH-nluHi poliiical. '.'a-.mi; nh'.ch i- larM--! iu'r-oiiiu-1 Where possihle use action ri'iuinn- :i IH-H-IMM-, to tni-lu--t n: linn in Ihe world in a- nr-t word- "I .ii-hif. :m- piiini- i.-ia-u.al ilala -.-nii-rM-- Don I In-or lAa-erali- M-I ;1 Make the resume serve a Don't mention iace. kn.-u And pl.n i The chan.ue, which wtiuld j1 piirpii-r II MIII color or national dnun thr 1'hrv il j have amended the city's I'hree In-rt-dicnls tor'two po-ition- -iihniil two Don't include a phiiio-raph. -.A- hiiinan rights law to inchide f..r liarnn nil Tln-awanilor ile.-p ['mi.I Co Jo Viiur Ac-lion-Ad. Dial .WS.s.'-H s 2 i VK.15-1 1 g J 9 i 8 A A K g j i ?U2 A K K S 3 Hull) vulnerable North Kast Siiiilli whii.- .diMnai i Reject Homosexual The eity nmne.il has killed a prupnsod urilinaiu-e In han hnmo- sexnals in johs and hnusinij by ilai! n-siiiiit- resinm-- water duwn -1 j hiiinosexuals, was proposed hy LAST h.ue three tiaMr >niir c-apahilitie- lie eniiiiiii-nt- -ueli j the Worcester day Union and y-Mir linage. t st- hirth date, not .me. rhe Too a- ike iollnw lie.; 1 irmii j supported by the Mas- ihe ne-alne not unh m neu-r the a-e are lurned euinin-.- hi- j sai-luisetts Civil Liberties i.iniext hut in letter poMtion. doe- a he avuideil i I'nion and the city's enntnlintinn. how >..'.i !he follewm-: i! I'e-iiine i-a-.ale-deMee ihai A Lo- iuli--eekei- rights commission. I'ass i'ass Pass Pass Ipass Pa- i'ass 1 44 MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER LAWN MOWERS MODEL No 3322 21" FULLY ADJUSTABLE ZIPPERED CATCHER REG. SOLID STATE IGNITION NOW fFINGER TOUCH START I YR. WARRANTY WITH IliAM COUGHLIN'S LAWN PRODUCTS 17th St. 7th Ave.-MARION 377-2036 ,A DIVISION OF MARION happy when North and South failed in reach a slam, but we'll never know. West started out leading on! his thrt'e top clubs. South didn't bother to ruff the third lead. He was afraid that trumps m IH lit break -1-1 against him and in any event the deuce of hearts that In- discarded would have been an eventual loser. West decided to lead a fourth club. South ruffed in dummy and East couldn't wait In overruff. South overruffed in turn: cashed his ace and of diamonds and ruffed a third diamond in dummy. The suit broke and it was a simple matter for South to take Ihe rest of the tricks. Do you see why West was annoyed? East could have beaten the contract by just riiscardinsa diamond on that fourth club. South would still have to ruff a diamond in dummy whereupon East would have been able to overruff. The bidding has been: 25 West North East South Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass 3V 5 You, South, hold VAQ654 2 What do you do now? A six spades. Your partner is showing second round heart control. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding four spades your partner has bid four clubs over your three hearts. What do you do now9 Answer Tomorrow Doctor Is Fired For Revealing Hearst Talks VAl'.-U Cahf. (I'l'll A I 'aiifnrnia medical psychologist w Iiu arraiiL'eil I -ecret meet lilt's be! w eell i newspaper eveeutue Kandulpli Hearst and an inmate has been fired for talking about the ren- Prison officials said Dr. Wesley Ililer was fired because he discussed the meetings in an interview with Hollini; Stone, a biweekly newspaper published in San Francisco. The convict reportedly had been a friend of Donald the leader of the Symbinnese Liberation Army which kidnaped Patricia Hearst in February. DeFn exe. an escaped convict, died in a in Los Angeles in May. Ililer. dismissed for "unprofessional conduct." said he would appeal. ON THIS DATE ill 1S7S. the first Chinese diplomatic mis- sion to the t'nilcd States arrived in Washington. Dryg Numbers To report n violation: Michael Dooley 377-8081 If you need help: Foundation II... 362-21 74 Falls Victim to Sneak Eviction HOUSTON (UPI) Service station operator Art Gallant, who once barricaded himself in his station with a shotgun to stop Mobil Oil from throwing him out. has been taken by surprise and evicted. Several trucks, led by Cons- table Ralph rolled up to Ballard's station and began loading equipment, catching Ballard while he worked on a customer's car. A jury rilled las! May that Mobil had the right to evict Ballard. Mobil first sought to cancel Ballard's lease in April claiming the station was slop- pily kept. Ballard, his shotgun in hand, refused to budge and- said Mobil wanted to gel rid of him and take the station over because he had turned it into a profit maker. Still Raid Nabs 74- Year-Old COLUMBUS. Ohio (UPI) William Hoy, 74. was arrested at what was described as one of the biggesl stills ever raided ill Ohio. Sheriff Thomas U ilson said ho and agents of the federal treasury department ounfis- caled SS gallons of bullied whisky. (Ml) gallons of fer- mented mash. 1.111 gallons of inibiitllert and ings during Ihi' raid on Ihe 2110- gallon -Mil The si ill wa.- al Ihe rear of llny's home near Xcv. ille. Ohio. ARMSTRONO-CONGOLEUM-LURAN 540 Patterns Choice 395 Sq. Yd. 8 I-'.XPI-KT INSTALLATION OK DO IT VOI KS1.1.I 30 COLORS IN STOCK Opt'n Thursday till in Hear When you find 25 top health and beauty aids on sale, it's time to Colgate WITM fiADnrii MFP CHARGE IT Sorry no mail or phone orders .99 .97 .34 .89 Colgate Tampax Tampons. Excedrin. 100 Toothpaste. 7 oz. box of 40 regular count or suoor. Bayer Aspirin. Scope Mouthwash POO count and Gargle. 24 oz. .99 Aqua Net Hair Spray. 13 or. 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