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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa WIA1MM SfftVICf POMCAJT lo 7AM f SI 30.00 29.77 French Leader Soys Cedar Uapids Gazette: Wed. August 28, 1974 U. S. Ignores Europe Aibumett t in' v r -'i'-r Voters Reject Bond Proposal Girl, 4, Hurt; (Continued from Page 1 i of privacv which Ford "No Possibility" Bicycle Struck By Automobile Staci Moore. 4. of 6021 East- 01 tunii'uis. Ford said: "The view drive .MY. Wednesday was iituation this. 1 had a meet- in stable concition at Mercy ihe congressional wiih abrasions suffered must depend only onIcarrics a simple divide at the'1974 building project io: a whldl was agreement apparently rode hre ilsell for its ol Kurope." high school biiiidmj 'vould no! ask ffir a ear. price controls. -riu. accident happened in Md leadership agreed there was in) pus-.ibilily that congress 70 WJ ATW8 FOtOCAST AIR FlOW Rain is expected Wednesday night over the mid Plains and from the mid Gulf coast, northeast through the Mississippi vi'ley, the lower tales and into paits of iliu Noilhedst. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Voters I'AKIS French and in none ol then "rejected school bond dent Valery discard D'Kstaing statements was the word Kurope Tuesdav. re.sul's .lias accused the F.S. ol ignor- he said ov special in in 15 Kurope and has appealed HO world were uncertain initial.. lor incrcasi-d and U- really n.i.dtn, world ijixj bood i.-i-uc cmic union on the- continent. whcn the map no lunger 'have for of my own advisers at p.m. Tuesday when she 'n.'-it whicli there was agreement apparently rode h.re bicycle into il .-.aid Tuesday in a nationwide! said France would; There were 217 yes iotfs am. i'.'id.o OVVl iaVbr discard said I'residi-nt Fordjners to spied up economic and able vole. A Bl percent and his predecessor, Richard monetary union, stalled since- is required for pas.iagc. failed to mention Kurope money upheavals. tju, [j ,m foreign policy speeches dur-! He also said he would offer k-vv question the vole v.a. 201! 'in" the recent change of power ideas for up a (xjlilical ye.-' and Hi? nu, lor a per- in W.'ishington. union lor France. West favorable vote Officials (his change, the mit-'inany. Britain, Italy, Hie not certain wliat v ,M going President and the Belgium, Luxembourg, agv was for President made statements de- Denmark and Inland, voted 10 home and external The president's criticism ol i -the I'.S. came as a surprise m. IU11 .lor much of Ihe audience. (Continued from Page 1. ..hriiou in ]'I7B with Rockefeller V 4 West lies Moincs. suffered a injury. He refused treat- ment. Police said Julien P. Specht, 34, of 6020 Langdon avenue SW, nr. No DEATHS (Continued from Page 1.1 session would ap- the driver of And labor charges were filed, emtnt almost unani licvi- that rc-nnposi- Tuo >oiild he un- 7 10 am. Wednesday at the intersection of Eighteenth ''iri'iun- .idhnsim avenue NW itance-. i! that wage and ,vht.n ears .hey were driving price are out." A.-ked whether he will run lor in with Rockefeller The spec'-h had been expected'put up by his company, but it his mate. Ferd said to deal largely with returned Tuesday :this probably would be the case'? Keif, Kihvard C. at ill Si. ion of The Weather oh Icrr.ceriiturcs Tuesday, 1 nures overnight jr.ci inctic-s laljon: f-acli fined 830 and costs.1 :John Brokaw, 2140 A avenui-M Marion; Jon MeMurrin, Ceniralj City; Dennis Tallman, North District Judee EdWard i Burkfr, Ilaymnnd Graveside services Thursdav at U a.m. ;u Oak Hill cemetery by, I Oliver Skurdahl. Friends may I ieall at chapel! after 7 p.m. Wednesday. problems in a nation plagued; This latest Because he considers himse fiillloPinK filiation and dc-jcomes in the wake o! a lho New York gov- (1f fnr- thr> CnlOr "a liood But llC that the decision: Boulevard. Hiawatha, suffered Premature news releases, "P Hcpublican to her mouth and right correct publication of incorrect telephone numbers and other mix-ups look place when the to U. Ojoperation began in late June. Hossie indicated Wednesday lAI'i problcms. which he 'iiha'''funeraii Becky Becomes No MIAMI Force Way into VA UttlCG Nail Anrhorann Al i SHOP Center ft. Rd. N.K. .'liW-fi.ili.') Flowers Always Show You Care from 4 Seasons 3021 Ml. Vimon Rd. Light Up Someone's witl) f'owers "5 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW HOWERPHONE 366- 1826 Since (lowers for all occasions JOHN E. IAPES (nnvimienl rlownlown locution AVO. si-: MS-OS 11 John B. Turner Son Funeral Dircciors Serving all faiths since 1888. 'iiimrr.si-.i.si HOOSccnnd 'llimn'sWr.si Duke Found With Want Ad! TT- sidf, Fil. oriernoon, minmture flrny ooortle, iu.st clloocd, no collor, ctiltrtren's ocl. swcrs lo ttir "Dul "Thank you so much. We found Duke on his 9th said Mrs. David Stodola. IF YOU LOSE SOMETHING DIAL 398-8234 And Order A 'Lost' Ad.
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