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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa MOSTLY For MEN Mr- MM- U mkkr nl Nt- -niniiii-r ili-li U li; Cnilii- d Texans Fail in Passage of New Constitution ilTIi -The TIAM- niiucn- lull ilils ail i! tlnlll mi a ilm-innrnl alh-r en 11 inn ths uf unrk a I a S-'l ililllluli Acninliii'.: in nilcs uf the i-MIIU'lllliin. IWlMllinls lir 121 uf Ihc ilt'lt'ualfs had tu any rlKirlrr. In a final vutc. US vutt'd fur passing the latest 112 auainst and uuc dcli'milc alistaini'd Thr nnpassr rrsulli'd hi'cansc uf a -Irtish' labor and business loaders uvcr a ri.u'ht tu work law. Labor vmvcd In (k'fcal any cunslitii- tiuii that I'li-vati'd tu wnrk la iiruliibiiiuii against uniun shups) I'riun a statute tu cuns- titnliunal law. l.abur leaders whti packed I hi1 cunveiition gallery fur the final niKht uf debate whouped and eheered when the vute was anniiuneed. Floating Saloon Gets Too Wet SACRAMENTO. (LTD A floalint: saluun ealled Dirty Harry's has sunk in the Saeranientu river. It was tbe second .sinking in recent years for the combina- tion bar and restaurant. Owner "Dirty" Harry Rotluvell promised tu "pump il out" in time fur the thirsty weekend crowd. Mr- .liilin ScaMuiie I'ala- 111 who "rumes fruii! ;i laiml.v u! salad cr- ]''vniil niemi-. IH-I Cieann-.l 1'lllr Cheese Dressllli' Mix uell 1 ''Up inavonnaise '-j cup Miur cream 1 UolVe-.lersliirc -aiirr I slice u! onion itinici'd anil -jarlic powder In lasle I rumble unices bllli- cheese ailil In IMIMI'M- and i-hlll Cheese Spread Mr-. I'ai McVicker. Hound Lake Beacli. Ill make, a !'.acun-( 'heese Spread uhieh is lAeelh'M'. fur and he added as an tlaxnr !nurredietil In i-nuked t'Llelalilev iiiaearnul ur nee In a heavy saiieepan put a slick 1 Ulllk L! MllPres eheese. and enp shredded eheddai' cheese. I'mik inriliiiiii heal, slirrnm emisiaiilly iinlil all the cheese is incllcil and blended iutn luiMiire. add -1 strips nl haeiin uhich been fried gently, drained and crumbled Stir occasionally Inre ciiiils In distribute bacon bits, pour lulu a quart-size container. cover and refrigerate until ready In use Breaded Liver Mrs. Hilda M. Myers. (Jnincy. 111., offers this favorite beef or calf's liver recipe. Purchase 1 pound calf's heel liver. Soak in lightly salted, cold water lor 15 minutes. Drain well, remove any membrane, and pat dry. Cut inti serving pieces. Beat an add a small amount id' milk. Dip liver pieces in mixture, then into very fine cracker crumbs, coalin.u both sides thinly and evenly. Heal bacon drippings or other shortening in skillel. Fry liver quickly browned on bolh sides. Cook only 3 minules in total until red leaves meal. Over-cooking toughens liver. Serves -I. Kapids Thurv, AUK I, 1171 7 Costume Coordinator Key to Marital Bliss? Dick Ililk ttcsl .1 I'l i i' ahead of your husband "fist iv L'UCSSing." Cu-iiuim- Suitcase r. r.t the bookshelf alonnsnif l Woman." is KOinn to need ;i ci'jple I'llu riistuino r iur 'A ulin li II .iCtllail'. !IH! rl u! thru, hdlnviei! I ill- h.il .'I'll M.ll-.lbel Ml.' il Ii this l hr'u'A I. iH-.iiiH 't mi- In iii-i'iii u urk 'in iiai I Iliipl'd VUMllit lir ai: 11! i-nlupalil'iti pl''( f I lie I "la! Man I'.ut i-ertain jil "iilrlils iia'. r .u IM'M "Surprise I'.pnal the pa-a.-es Ilia' Bond: Will Run !n '76 Primaries vi i. i lorelronl ul eoiinlei -lib iMera- lure Iliis Ciiiirdinator "Nevei-lei him know w bal In Since wrltlli." that ehapler I nan.mi! expect when In- upeu- Mie I null however, I have beyiiu haunu' i its -oiiree-, dour Make il like upciiin'.' a second Ihouiihls i mdieali-d liond he InnkHiL' surprise package You bi' .ni j ttl1' iee-pn-snleiiilal a -inolil'-rini; sexpul 01 an all- evenni'.; Ihe wil Bird in Hand Some say a bird in hand is worth two in a bush. Here Elsie Wright of New York not only has a bird or two in hand, but has them on her head and all around as she takes a break on her own lunch hour to feed the birds of Central park. Official Tells Of Attack by Brazil's Indians BRASILIA (I'l'Il The is a lew miles from The Marnbos. alon.u w ill the president uf the National In- frontier vvilh Columbia and Mainrnna and the Camanari outposts i eil same thiiiK last year "attacked and set fire I our outposts near the t Benjamin Constant The town we were the invaders." ON THIS DATE in 1914. iwn uf the land is theirs and after all Russia at the outbreak of always capital in savings loan assn. RATES PAID ON SAVINGS Accl. Type Rate Min. Deposit Term Reqml Pi) Passtoili None Astin Passbook 90 Days Ctrtilitales 4 Years A SUBSTANTIAL PENALTY IS REQUIRED FOR EARLY WITHDRAWAL OF CERTIFICATES. erest is paid quarterly. Monthly income checks available on all certificates. All accounts insured up lo by FSLIC. 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