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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NMIONA.I WI Aim* M ny ICI » CAII I* 7AM IIT I®* ll - OO Joe C. Bolt Joe C. Holt, 68, of 3701 Sixteenth avenue SW, died Wednesday afternoon following a long illness. in Poland Hopes To Surtax— Spend $1.5 Billion (Continued from Page I.) For U. S. Goods The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., October IO, 1974 I an across-the-board surtax “is not a just way to raise funds.” WASHINGTON (AP)-Polish! * * * Communist Party leader Ed-j Ford also said at his news ward Gierck says his country conference: Born Sept. 15, 1906, in Ram- wa nts to buy $1.5 billion worth, || e believes a one-year surtax sey, III., he had been a resident I of American industrial products w jjj sufficient, instead of a of Cedar Rapids since 1919. He I over the next few years. two-year tax suggested by Rep. was an employe of Northwest “Wo are interested in very Ullman (D-Ore.), acting head of tern Bell Telephone Co. for 39; serious purchases of capital the ways and means committee. years before he retired in 1963. He was married to the former Edna Ellsworth June 5, 1931, in Allerton. He was a member of .Sharon United Methodist church add the Telephone Pioneers club Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons, Ronald and equipment to the tune of nearly David, both of Cedar Rapids $1.5 billion,” he added. goods from the American mar- Thcre has been “nothing to ket,” (lierek told a National jchange” his inclination to run Press Club luncheon Wednes- f or the presidency in 1976. da y He will meet Oct. 21 with Our program for the next Mexican President Luis Echev-f°w years entails the purchaseLrria in Nogales, Mexico, his of complete industrial plants, first trip outside the continental technological lines, licenses and u. S. since becoming President. He doesn’t think there was Ll UM WI AIME* I OUTCAST ® • ■ .-VA v.v ...v$r. .V, - .-. A. ii Rain is -forecast Thursday night in the northern Plains and the Lakes area as well as in southern Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weather High temperatures Wednesday low temperatures overnight and Inches of precipitation: Anchorage IT II L. Amelet 7] St Atlanta ...«</ Miami 17 73 1.10 Bismarck ..70 34 Min'apolis 43 44 Chicago 54 44 N. Orleans SO 54 Denver ti 44 New York 43 St Duluth .....41 47 Phoenix 03 71 Honolulu ..MMM Seattle ...44 SI Houston .. II 70 Wash'tton 41 44 M—Missing. Extended Forecast — Partly cloudy and colder Saturday. Mostly fair Sunday and Monday. Lows in the 20s and 30s. Highs in the upper 40s and low 50s Saturday to upper 50s and low 60s Sunday and Monday. C. R. Weather High Wednesday .............66 Low overnight ...............45 seventh Inflation Rate In Industrialized Countries 13 ’/2 % and one granddaughter. Services: Turner chapel west at 3 p.m. Friday, by the Rev. Everett K. Burnham of Sharon United Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west until 2:30 p.m. Friday. The casket will not be open after the service. Friends may, if they wish, contribute to the memorial fund of Sharon United Methodist church. Magistrate s Court Speeding — Dwight Heitman, Marengo: fined $55 and costs. Scott Kacere, 1658 Thirty-second street NE; fined $40 and costs. Patrick Benesh, Walker; Carlin Blake, 3035 Sixteenth avenue, Marion; Davie Clemen, 1603 Washington avenue SE; Jeffrey Frankel, 1621 A avenue NE; Charlotte Johnson, 3107 Johnson avenne NW; Robert Whitters, 2100 O avenue NW; Michael Serbousek, 1001 Orrian drive SE; Deborah Knight, 1501 A avenue NE; Allan Knowles, 600 G avenue NW; Steven Thurston, 2112 Twenty-ninth street SW; Donald Richards, Clarence F. Curtis Clarence Fancher Curtis, 71, paris 1 An, 410 Sixth avenue SW, died PARIS (API — Consumer,... , . .. . . prices in the non-Comniunist in . Wednesday after a short linen. dustrialized countries rose an B ° r " 14 ‘ l902 ' ,n average of 13', percent in , hc !nesh.ek county, he was a^ret.red year ending Aug. 31, the Organi- ...... , . .anything improper in gifts by La er in he day he and I res-Nelson Rockefeller to several 'dent Ford signed two joint! individuals . statements on cooperation be- .. _ tween the two countries. Ford e would meet with Sov e said the first statement on prin- I( ‘ ad, ‘ r ^^'d ^ r n .^ v P r,0 [’. 0 ciples of U. S.-Polish relations a summit meeting “underlines our determination nex f. year ' there is need for an to continue and expand eoopera- < ar h < r conference, tion and make a joint contribu- declined any new com-tion to peace.” ment on his pardon for Pres- The second statement was on indent Nixon prior to appearing C. R. Student's Art Entry in UNICEF Show A piece of artwork by a St. Ludmila’s sixth grade student will be included in a special exhibition cf 200 pieces of art by children in Chicago. The abstract drawing by Ruth Skvor, 187 Nineteenth avenue SW, will be on exhibit in the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry from Nov. 5 through Jan. 5. Her entry, a red heart containing a profile of people shaking hands, was selected from 15,000 entries. The contest was sponsored by Parade magazine and the U.S. Committee for UNICEF to promote understanding of the world’s peoples. Mills— (Continued from Page I.) Boston— (Continued from Page I.) popular decision of the executive branch to fulfill its legal obligation.” U. S. District Judge W. Arthur Garrity, in turning down the request for federal aid, told White to seek aid from local law enforcement agencies. “The problems here are no different from those which have been solved in 200 other cities, and they are going to be solved here. It is just a question of how long, and how much heartache, it will take,” said Garrity, who had issued the busing order. In Washington, Ford told a news conference that, although he personally disagreed with Garrity’s order, it should be carried out “I have consistently opposed forced busing,” Ford said. Violence Spread Boston has been wracked by arrests and injuries in racial in- zation for Economic Cooperation and Development reported Thursday. “The continuing rapid price increase in most countries reflects strong cost pressures on manufactured goods emanating from the wholesale level,” it said. Among OECD members, lce- route one, Cedar Rapids; Ti- i and had by far the highest mothy Boyle, 260 Twenty- inflation role with 3 41.1 percent avenue SW; Steve! Mi t l . cc Novak, 2320 Mallory street Noon Thursday ...............65 sw . M( , h (incd s30 and 2 p.m. Thursday .............69 Precipitation ..............None Total for October ........0.26 Normal for October ....... 2.26 Normal through October ..29.39 Total for 1974 .............. 40.23 Barometer, falling .........30.16 Humidity at neon ......... 55% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. S at 17 mph. Sun rises Friday, 6:42; sun sets, 7:24. Year Ago Today — High, 72; low, 65; rainfall, 0.61. Traveler’s Forecast Friday Weather, ll I-Lo Bismarck .......Cloudy 60-38^ Chicago........... Fair 76-54 Cincinnati ........ Fair 78-58 Cleveland....... Fair 72-57 Des Moines Cloudy 73-46 Detroit .........PtCldy 73-51 Indianapolis....... Fair 75-57 Kansas City ... PtCldy 83-55 Milwaukee PtCldy 73-50 Mpls.-St. Paul .. PtCldy 71-45 Omaha . . . PtCldy 75-38 St. Louis PtCldy 82-54 Sioux Falls......PtCldy 73-40 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) . Lacrosse (12) 5.0, no change Lansing (18) 7.9, rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 12.6. fall .1 McGregor (18) 6.8, no change Guttenberg (15) 4.1, no change Dubuque (17) 7.3, fall .2 SW; each fined $30 and costs. James Williams, Walker; Steven Rines, 1838 Western drive SW; Donald Jacobsen, Hiawatha; Barbara McCool, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion; Jesus Saldivar, 367 Seventh avenue SW; Robert Zamastil, 1360 Hillside drive NW; Mark Norton. 2135 North Towne lane NE; each fined $20 and costs. , Attempting to elude police — Kenneth Hepkcr, 606 Second avenue SW; fined $50 and costs. Reckless driving — Kenneth Hepker, 606 Second avenue SW; fined $35 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Gary Schulze, 370 Seventeenth street SE; fined $20 and costs. Gene Berner, 1409 Fourth avenue SE; fined $15 and costs. Improper turn — Leslie Tammenga, 828 Fourth street NW; fined $20 and costs. Improper passing — Carol 1 zerland, 10‘i. Bowdish, Central City; fined _ $25 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Michael Jordan. Swisher: Joseph Ritchie. 1055 Tenth street. Marion; each fined $20 and costs. Kenneth Hepker. 606 average during the 12-month period. Four other countries — Greece, Turkey, Portugal and Japan — had rates just over 25 percent. The lowest rates were recorded in West Germany, 6.9 percent; Sweden, 9.2; the Netherlands 9.8; Austria and Norway 9.9 each. In all countries, inflation was running two to three times as high as the average increase in the IO years prior to 1971. The annual rate in the U. S. was 11.2 percent; in Canada, 10.8; in Australia, 14.4. Rates in other European countries were France, 14H percent; Italy 20.4; Britain 16.9; Belgium 14.6; Denmark 16; Ireland 17.9; Finland 16*4; Spain 15.3; Swit- employe of Wilson and Co. and had been employed by Jack Cookman’s detective agency until recently. Mr. Curtis was a 50-year member of Cresco IOOF. Cresco Rebekah lodge and the Methodist church in Cresco. Surviving are his wife, the former Marian Rose Manuel, to whom he was married June 12, 1929. at Harmony, Minn.; three daughters, Mrs. Marvin Lukes, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Edward Bouska, Waterloo, and Mrs. I John Gladwin, Des Moines; a son, Manuel Curtis, Cresco, and 19 grandchildren. Services: Friday at IO a m. in Kuba funeral home east by the Rev. A.J. Stokes at 2 p.m. in Cresco Methodist church by the Rev. Wayne Wasta. Burial: Kendallville - Eddy cemetery. Friends may call at Kuba funeral home east. told by another woman that she c *dents s * nc c Sept 12, when the was sleeping under sedation. busing order took effect. ... . .... . , The doorbell at the apartment At first the violence was most- the development of economic, before a house judiciary subcom- a j s0 wen t unanswered, although ^ limited to South Boston, a industrial and technological co- mittee Oct. 17. people could be heard moving Predominantly Irish secti Even though many economists j about inside. The woman lives both in and out of government j n a luxury, high-rise apartment fee! the economy is at recession complex where Mills and his levels, Ford said, “I do not wife a j so have an apartment It think the U. S. is in a recession. I is in crystal City, Va., across We do have economic problems, j t be potomac river from the cap-A fund-raising candy sale by but it is a very mixed situa- da i the Cedar Rapids chapter of the tion. . . B j ack E stripper National Federation of the Blind He said he is confident that, if _ ’ is currently underway through- the 31 recommendations he * e Washington l ost quoted only one, a white man, was out the area. made Tuesday are implement-1 hospital sources as saying Mrs. badly hurt. He was hospitalized Floyd Moore, chapter pres- e d. his program will work. He Battlstel,a ’ 33 v had . two b,ack in fair condition with head inju-ident, announced that represent- declined to speculate on what he eyes and bad identified herself ries ... . . ........ to officials there as a stripper. c ' industrial and technological co-operation. Fund Raising Candy Sale Begins in C. R. section where many children were to be bused to black neighborhoods. This week violence spread to the mostly black Roxbury section. Nine arrests were reported Wednesday as police dispersed crowds of rock-and-bottle-throw-ing black youths. Police said nine persons were injured, but atives will be at the Collins would propose if it didn’t work. plant Friday to sell the candy at am conv jnced if the ^ abox> . I congress responds, if the Ameri- The sale, Moore said, is a can people respond in a volun- School attendance Wednesday Bertrap. said she has aecom- dropped to 63.5 percent city-panied Mills to the restaurant)wide, compared with 72.3 per-on several occasions in the cent Tuesday and a peak of 80.8 statewide venture, undertaken to Tnrv w«v that^ we ran have diree m ° nt hs that he has been percent last Thursday. get funds for the group’s legisla- ho^fuH v eaHv in 1975 some manager of the night c,ub ’ She ?:-----^ hopefully early in 1975. somc lwas with him on Sunday night, five and public relations efforts, meaningful reduction in the ratel '-'j..... Tuesday has been proclaimed of inflation,” Ford said I r "whifp rano cnfptv rlau ' in Inura Aliui * * * White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen, speaking before white cane safety day” in Iowa * ' According to Bertran, a news of White s statement by Governor Ray. Moore said it kJ “7I I/* silver-haired Cuban, the night reached Washington, ruled out is the federation’s hope that the Mansfield Vlew i clu b caters primarily to Ameri- federal intervention in the Bos-public take special safety pre- cans during th e week and to ton controversy unless and until cautions in regard to blind peo- Senate Majority Le a der Mans.- members of Washington’s Latin “resources available at the pie. Acid (D-Mont.) said congress American commuflity on Sun- local and state level” are fully He added that the white cane, wil1 8 ive Ford’s anti-inflation; days. It is fairly expensive, with used. Nessen said Ford believes the in addition to serving as a mark P r °8 rarn every consideration drinks costing $1.75 each. of a blind person, symbolizes much morc needs t0 •* con ’ the ‘‘mobility and indcpcn- 1 s '“ crcd - dence” of those afflicted. Thailand Adopts Controversial 4 Freed After Ransom Payment YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) Nathan V. Rick Nathan V. Rick, 57, of 33011 ^ Mansfield avenue SE, a lifelongjConstltUTIOn resident of Cedar Rapids, died Wednesday, in a Cedar Rapids hospital. He was born July I, 1917, at Cedar Rapids. Mr. Rick, a graduate of Washington high school, was employed at Allis Chalmers Co. before his retirement. He was a BANGKOK (AP) - Thailand’s Interim national assembly overwhelmingly adopted a He said Mills and his party of judge acted correctly in reject-four others were joined briefly ling White’s request for U.S. by two other women whom he marshals, didn’t know. The group drank! Nessen said “There are no one bottle of champagne and second thoughts” about the some other drinks and the two, President’s comments- Wednes-bills of $60-plus and $18 were day and Ford does not consider paid in cash by Mills. he in any way gave “aid and In Little Rock, Ark., Mills’ op-1 comfort” to busing opponents. By twin crises. Mansfield said ponent for re-election, Mrs. I The secretary said Ford conite was referring to “an unre-iJudy Petty, said, “No comment.Riders the order on busing to be tenting and intolerable rate of A’s a personal problem and I the law. inflation and a deepening reces- have no comment.” Everett Ham, Mrs. ^^Development “The economic summit is behind us,” Mansfield said. “The i President’s recommendations are before us. I regret to say, notwithstanding, that the twin crises for the nation remain and loom at least as large as ever.” controversial new constitution s j on Saturday that is designed to „ e told a conference of Dem^ campaign manager said. "We keep the military under control cra|jc senalors that r uircd ac . felt we were going to win any “untry mto an . .. encompasscs morc than wa >' _________ and ? ,art lhe *"»* * n Uon'' V ‘'mc»m'iMsses "more" ihan likewe badai«rin- member cf Mt. Vernon Lodge era democracy. 10-point programs which begin mn 6 candidate bi tore any of 12. AF and AM. . The was 280 to 6 as tho wT the Injosition of greater ‘»ese circumstances occurred.” Surviving is a sister, Mrs. assembly put aside its objec- j tax burdens on families with a n- Forrest Graham, Cedar Rapids. tloas to 8 et on Wlth electing and nug , incomes of $15 OOO. ExXOfl Increases Services: 1:30 p.m. Saturday|falling: _ a ^new government^ ^ ^ ^ as ^XXOH situation bears Heavy Un Price !SS d 450^ Nineteenth Street bank manager and his wife and at the Beatty-Beurle chapel by ? nd th e year of turbulence that remedy for our NW; each fined $15 and costs, two chilrirpn hplH hfictaoo nvor. tim r«s- n t usphVinrn Rurint’ (has followed the overthrow of . Overweight — Gene Croy, Swisher; fined $107.60 costs. Wayne Campbell, Todd Ville; fined $33.50 and csots. Faulty equipment — Jerry som to Franks, Springville; Daniel ported. Matheny, 2553 N avenue NW; harmed Thursday after paying! bana. Friends may call at the g ^ ern ™ n ' d . I the previous administration, pol- several thousand dollars ran- Beatty-Beurle chapel after 6 I nm was considerable dis- . t ,----- ,— — four men, the FBI change Keokuk (16) 2.3, rise .1 Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.52, fall .6 Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday ... 683.61 Births — St. Liike's Oct. 9 — To the families of Duane Funk, route 3, Marion. a daughter; Elias Nassif, 4501 Regal avenue NE, a daughter; Norman Goodell, 5517 Sharon lane NW, a son; Timothy Nrmec, 1611 Park Towne lane NE, a son; Rick Ketchum, 811 Thirteenth street NW, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Janet Voss, Walker, and Charles Collingwood, Center Point. Marriages Dissolved Michele J. and Paul F. Scharff. Pamela Johanna and Douglas Alan Thomson. Sandra A. and Colin R. Howrey. Thomas and Rose M. Kennedy. Fires 2:22 p.m. Wednesday. known to leaves at Eleventh avenue SW. 6:23 p.m. Wednesday. Mistaken alarm at Fourth street and First avenue NE. 7:33 p.m. Wednesday. Nuisance call at Twelfth street and Twenty-first avenue SW. 7:33 p.m. Wednesday. Person or persons unknown to tree at Forest drive^ and Cottage Grove avenue SE. 8:31 a.m. Thursday. Short in transformer at 308 Twenty-ninth street NE. Drive Safely two children held hostage over- the Rev. D. L. Eiehhorn. Burial: — K.'mkachomV'<*> close a resemblance to the Bight, were freed apparently un-1 Urbana Memorial cemetery. Ur- Hr ?” l ! r govemLnt , fiscal and """clary policies of There Thursday. Contributions I satisfaction with the complicat- inade<I uatc to meet be made to the cancer ed 224-article constitution, the | ' lith and most liberal since . . Thailand abandoned absolute CMP PncnULil monarchy in 1932. But counter- said. I Emil f" Pos'pishU, ««, of X117|* n f ' hi , s . » as ,h f. “ id "f read It was not immediately known Eighth street SE. died Wednes- ^^ fl#ws Margaret S.^Or-ljust how much ransom was| d *v after a brief illness. j thandelurther Born June 20, 1908. in Cedar r .... .. Clarence R*P«*. he had been a lifelong 11 "quires military or police I the emergency,” he said. Votes Agency To Monitor Grain icies which have long since re-j p.m. may each fined $10 and costs. | Richard Green and his family'fund TV,.,™™,* dt nr,I Prohibited parking — Goldie,were taken hostage in their r° r 5’«! 554 avenuc SE ; home bv the four men, agents ; fined $10 and costs. \ j e I Iowa Deaths Earlville ctitt, 83. Sunday at 2 at Clif-j -j ton’s where visitation will be’P held after 7 Friday. Burial:! Bank President Clarence , ,la “ ‘^rirrofficers or civil servants to re- Fairview cemetery. Memorial Utley said he received a tele-resident. Mr. Pospi.hil operated b^forp running for office fund established. _ phone call from Green a. 8 a m. Emil s Auto Service for 40 years in the m“i He said Green sounded very before retirement. | Mary already have pledged that confused as he told him how the Sllmvl " R are a nH “ they will stay out of politics and kidnapers forced him to enter William Cejka, midla brother,, l s( • f ^ ^ the bank and take the money. Frank J., both of Cedar Rapids, j ^ at u ave scarred recent : Wednesda y set U P a f‘ ve * Green then left the money at Services: Saturday at 2 pm.j_ P ... «««»*.* «A«mi«iAn u,»h an undisclosed drop point, the > n Kuba funeral home east.j HOUSTON (AP) - Blaming a tax boost in Venezuela, Exxon Fund Prospects Good: Aller Prospects for complete federal funding of the new community development act look good, according to Tom Aller, Cedar Rapids intergovernmental coordinator. Aller represented the mayor Boys Charged in Theft of 12 Watches Three juvenile boys were charged with larceny Wednesday after 12 watches were reported stolen from the St. Vincent De Paul Society, 928 Seventh street SE. The boys, ages 12, 14 and 15, were arrested after police ques-t i o n e d persons who were present at the time of the incident. FBI said. Burial: Czech National. Friends, modity futures trading. It now|^“* v ^ £ mt*ofilittement funds, in ad call at Kuba funeral home Drunk Test Nails goes to the senate. any funds that may be WASHINGTON (UPI) - The house has approved a federal agency designed to monitor and block, if necessary, such foreign deals as the Russian grain contract President Ford halted Saturday. The house voted 375 to 4 day t member commission with power I to require daily reports on com may Defense Bill Signed by Ford east after ll a m. Friday. Co. USA has added 40 cents per Wednesday in Kansas City at a barrel to all its domestic prices briefing for elected officials and for heavy fuel oil. staff members from cities in An Exxon spokesman said f° wa » Nebraska, Missouri and Wednesday the Venezuelan gov-Kansas. ernment levied a 3.5-percent tax Chief speaker at the briefing increase on Exxon suppliers Oct. ' vas da mes Lynn, secretary of I. Rules of the U. S. Federal housing and urban development. Energy Administration allowed indicated to the partici- increased costs of foreign sup-P ants tbat be . y ery A ^ n ' plies to be passed on to concent’ about the funding, Aller sumers said - The legislation, designed Exxon said heavy fuel oil is t0 re Pl ace programs such as used by industries and big url)un renewal, among others, apartment complexes, but it is outhorizes $2.45 billion naLon-not ordinarily used by individ- Wld ® during fiscal 1975, plus $50 ua j s million rn discretionary funds. But the spokesman conceded ^ amoua f is appropri- that because it is an important ated * Cedar H a picfs will receive source of industrial energy, the approximately $1,28a,OOO in en- . add jtk)n to received WASHINGTON (AP) - President Ford has signed an $82- ST‘of the watches have been and says he may have to seek more military aid for South Vietnam early next year. t?n- 1611 recovered, police said. Two of the boys, the 12- and 15-year-old, are brothers. All three boys were processed by the youth bureau and released to their parents. Items Valued at $340 Stolen in Ely Breakin A breakin at Don’s Fine Foods at Ely Wednesday night resulted in the loss of items valued at about $340. according to a report filed with the Linn sheriff’s office. Included in the loot were a radio, a typewriter, an adding machine, a calculator and a heater. Memorial Services Mitchell. Robert L. — Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Turner chapel west by Dr. Arnold Herbst. Buri a1 : Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until I p m. Friday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Cox, lionnie J. — Friday at Ford said Wednesday the $700 j noon at Turner chapel east by million for South Vietnam in the the Rev. Jerry Wood. Burial: defense appropriation is inade-. £*djr Memory «£££ quate to provide for all of her cast critical needs if enemies “con- ---- ~ tinue to press their attacks. Murdered Wife, Will “It may, therefore, be neccs- • Get Doctor s License Anti-Drunk Pioneer LONDON (AP)Lord Marp-les, a former transport minister who started Britain’s “Don’t Drink and Drive” campaign, has been fined $108 and banned from driving after pleading guilty to drunk driving. Police said Lord Marples, 66. was found to have an excess of alcohol in the blood after taking a breathalyzer test. As transport minister, he introduced the test for those stopped on British roads under suspicion of driving 1 under the influence. fn.iM cppW'certain products and eventually any 1111X18 tftal may could seek,, __________ under other sections of the bill. • sary to approach the congress early next year to work out floral artistry ((en FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Cantor 364-2146 some critical solutions to meet critical needs which arise,” Ford said. The total appropriation voted by congress was $4.35 billion less than requested in the January budget and the funding re quest for South Vietnam cut in half. KANSAS CITY (UPI) Dr I R. Bernard Finch, who served 12 years in a California prison for his wife’s murder, will be issued a license to practice medicine in Missouri. The Kansas City court of appeals lowered all legal barriers was I Wednesday by rejecting the last appeal by the state. flowers for every occasion! since 1909 JOHN K. LAPES (•nvgiMMt downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Civil Defense Drill Puts 26 in Hospital ATLANTIC CITY (AP) - A civil defense disaster drill sent 26 casualties to the hospital. They were treated for smoke inhalation from smoke bombs, set off during the drill Wednesday night. The commission .— ™lis oaid bv the consumer court action to block contracts • P y for future deliveries of agricultural and other commodities which could bring shortages on the U. S. market. Many Undecided As British Vote Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) Aller said the briefing offered “no surprises” regarding the legislation, just a clarification land explanation of the act and estimates of when the regula-avoid the possibility that any tions governing its implementa-party will have a “final say mj tion wi „ be published tho selection of the final panel." Cedar Rapids was a iso reprc . It would require the defense sented at , hc briefing by Don to exercise two or three ehal-, Salyer and Bob Madsen, direc-— Britons,longes in each of lhe first few tor and assistant director of planning and redevelopment. LONDON (AP) plagued by predictions of eeo- rounds to the government’s one. nomic woe voted for a new gov- A second procedure advocated ernment Thursday. by the government would be to Opinion polls showed undecid- reshuffle the names of prospec-ed voters might swing the elec- Jive jurors — and not let the tion. I order be known in adv ance — so The polls gave Prime Minister that the defense “would not be Harold Wilson's Labor party leads of between 5 and IO percent over Edward Heath’s Conservatives. But each poll contained a large portion of “don’t knows.” Voters in this category said they would not make up their minds until the last minute. able to pick the “known individuals.” For Any Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS 'PIERSON’S wm PLOWER SHOP Your F T O floret IDN Ellis Blvd. NW H OW ER PHONE SU I IQS_ flowers can say everything FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364*8139 Phone Answered 24 Nows Every Day faithful senile since 1847 ’Murdoch^o^ Homes. MARION SPRINGVILLE*CENTER POINT WALKER*COGGON*CENTRAL CITY and in Cedar Rapids THE BEATTY BEURLE CHAPEL 4C O!0ft*
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