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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Collar Hapids Gazette: Tucs., October 8, 1974 SEN. CHARLES MILLER candidate for lieutenant governor (left) cam- paigned his first full day rin Linn county Monday. During the day he delivered a campaign speech to the Associated Groups of the Elderly. Lange, president of AGE, center, is shown chatting with Miller and Mrs. Miller following the Cedar Rapids talk. Over 20 in Congress Got Rockefeller Gifts Committee on Bi If elected lieutenant governor Nov. 5, Slate Sen. Charles Mill- er, Burlington Democrat, w appoint the senate majority and minority leaders to a special committee on bills. They will select from the cal- endar the bills to 'be debated and, thus, do away with further "eroding of the legislative Miller said during a Ford Plans To Speak At Iowa Statehouse DBS MOINES (UPI) Prcsi- day of campaigning Monday ii Cedar Hapids. Miller said he is disgustec with the way both political par tics have changed the rules make it easier to suspend the rules. This, in turn, makes it easier for the majority floor leader to bring up bills for debate withou prior notice to senate members. Miller said the old ride requir- ing a two-thirds majority to sus- pend the rules should be rein- stated, even if the majoritj party doesn't have enough dent Ford will address the pub- members for a two-thirds ma- lic on the west steps of the lowajjorily. Statehouse before speaking at a Republican fund-raiser here Oct. 24, Republican officials an- nounced Monday. Ford is expected to be in Des Moines from about 11 'a.m. to p.m. The luncheon will be at Val Air Ballroom at noon. The event is sponsored by the Republican State Finance Com- mittee on behalf of all GOP can- didates. Honored by Chinese TOKYO (AP) r- An American seismology study group led bj Frank Press, president of the Geophysical Society of America has been honored at a banquet in Peking, the Hsinhua new: agency reports. Turn that unused piano into a bike, car, or whatever you want to buy wilh a want ad! Television Listings Wolerloo Codor Rapids Cedar Rapids Oltumwa 4_WHBF-TV, Rock Island Last Word Tomorrow Tomorrow 00 Mews, Woollier, Eyewitness Action 3-Ncws, Weather, -1 Action News fl-6 O'Clock Edition B -News, Spts., Weather Hews, Weather, Spls. Dcslonlna Eyewitness Sunrise Semester New Zoo Revue Sunrise Semester High Chaparral Hollywood Squares -To Tell Truth -Cnndld ?-CBS News CBS News Today B-CBS News Haw -town Football fl 13-Today Let's Moke a Romncr Room Lewis Family Happy Days Candid Happy New ?.oo Revue Adam Good Sesame Street 0-Adam Kamiaroo 7-Arncrlt.u Adam Capt. 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The group col- lected brass shell casings and other metal left by air force guns. The public is forbidden to en- ter the range, where air force planes practice automatic can- non fire, bombing and oilier as- sault techniques, shooting at ground targets. Witnesses testified that when Dykes realized the band had seen sighted by an air force Helicopter, putting them in dan- ger of arrcsl, he fled in (he jroup's vehicle, abandoning the olhers to 120-dcgree desert heat without water. The air force did not know ie men were dying on the until some of the group valkcd out days later. When arrived, they found five youths dead. WASHINGTON (Al1) Nel son Rockefeller and his famil have given more than in recent years to the cam paigns of senate and members now eligible to vote 01 his nomination
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