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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The (.Vihir Kauids Gazelle: Sat., October 20, 191-1 DEATHS Showers and thunderstorms aro expected ovor portions of the southwest, central plains, middle Mississippi valley, the Pacific Northwest coast and tho southern tip of Florida. Fair to partly cloudy elsewhere. D f City Briefs Ford To Visit Hero's Wei come of U. of I, Sioux City Hearing Chairman led 1'Yidav Mrs. Floyd Mclntosh i M I, i WASHINGTON (IT Ann Margarel Mclntosh. [omicily of 4420 Bowling street SW, widow of Floyd sioux City on the first! The Weather Hinh Friday, 1o-.v Irm- coraluros overnight and inches of prc- rioltallon: Anchorage 45 33 .03 L. Anqcles 73 Allanl! ...7752 Miami ...jat1.lt Bismarck ..6223 Min'apolis .5730 Chlcaqo ...64-14 N.Orleans 7750 Denver ...5937 New York .5946.07 Duluth 5236 Phoenix -.9267 Honolulu M M Seattle 56 45 Houston ...7560 Washington 73 51 Extended Forecast Chance of showers in Eastern Iowa Mon- day and Tuesday, otherwise partly cloudy with small tem- perature changes. Lows mostly in Ihe 40s and highs generally Money Missing Harry '.Mokr'ejs, 803 Thirty-second between Second and Third avJstl'eel NE' ?200 mio SE. jcash and an unspecified amount a.m. Saturday. securities taken from his resi- dence in a brcakin. liuresh Rental Rent better died Thursday in a local nurs ing home following a long ill Born Feb. 1, 1912. at Yatcs- boro, Pa., she lived in Cedai Rapids for the last 40 years. Mrs. Mclntosh had been em- ployed at llawkeye Rubber Co. for 23 years until her retire- ment in She was an lion orary life member of I'niled Rubber local 387. She is survived by Iliree ins: Floyd C. Mclntosh. jr. and Eugene F. Mclntosh, both of Cedar Rapids, and Ernest J. Mclntosh, Fort Campbell, Ky.; .wo daughters, Mrs. William 3ruce and Mrs. David Phclps, loth of Cedar Rapids and six jrandchildren. Services: Monday at 10 a.m. it Stewart funeral home by the Sev. Richard J. Hass. Burial n Ml. Calvary cemetery, friends may call at the funeral ionic Sunday from 2 to 9 p.m. Friends may, if they wish, con- ributc to the American Cancer Societv. vac at airport. Iowa Deaths George D. Dirks, Bit.' Monday n at the Wayne Zionj brand named Lutheran ehurch. Goettsch's'. Central City Mike Sweet. Games, Sat. 72. Monday at, the gun. Central city. I Parts Taken Chris Gralund, Methodist c h u r e h. Visitation fter 11 Sunday. Murdoch's, Ihe 60s. C. R. Weather High Friday Low overnight Noon Saturday 2 p.m. Rainfall ...................None Total for October ...........0.88 Normal for October 2.20 Normal through October ..29.39 Total 'for 1974 .............40.80 Barometer, falling ........30.37 Humidity at noon ..........38% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. SW 'at C mph. Sun rises a.m., sun sets (p.m. Year Ago Today High, 71; low, 48; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Sunday Weather, Jli-Ln Rismarek Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moincs Detroit .PtCldy 157-34 .....PtCld'y .....PtCldy fin-'lli .......Fair .......TJain 58-50 .Fair 62-44 Indianapolis .....PtCldy 70-4B Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha...... SI. Louis Sioux Falls .Shwrs 66-50 .....Fair (W-46 ..PtCldy B7-4-I .Shwrs .Shwrs PlCldy Degree Days Friday Total'lo date.......... Through Oct. 29, 1973 .255 Percent of normal year .0.22 Total normal year Out-of-Town-Birth: W. J street SW, Friday rcport- two lires, two siuepipes, and suede jacket taken from his car while in a parking lot al 4050 Bowling street SW. The items were valued at day al. .Reynolds. Oxford Junction T.ouis G. Kula. 88. Monday 10 at Sacred Heart in Oxford Junction. Ro- sary Sunday p.m. Friends may call after 1 Sunday at Hay- den's. i Brandon Nctta jr. Donlcy, 77. White-Phillips', Indcpcn-j dcnce. Cook Infant Heather D. Cook, infant daughter of Airman 1st Class and Mrs. Scott Cook, Goodfellow Air Force Base, San Angelo, Texas, died Wednesday. In addition to her parents she is survived by her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roethlisberger, Cedar Hapids; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook, Tel- ford, Pa., and her great grand- parents Air. and Mrs. Charles Leksa, Cedar Rapids. Private memorial services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Chapel of Memories by Stanley Signs Commitment to People of Iowa OES M01NES (AP) David Stanley. Republican candidate the Rev. George B. McDill of liest Rental Rents The Best. (hc HUS Memorial Presbyterian j church. Arrangements by the j Cedar Memorial funeral home. DeLaine Gartner is now asso- ciated with Killian's Lindale I Beauty Adv. I I Shampoo living room i bedroom Diamond Carpet i Adv. Equipment Taken Richard for U. S. senator, Friday signed Stanley, 3000 J street SW, a "binding commitment to the reported a tackle box people of Iowa" lo live up lo hisjvalued at and fishing cquip-j campaign promises if he islmcnl at taken from Memorial Services leg of a three-day'western cam-! hearings on former I'resi-lllie task and his continual worry 'dent Nixon. the American people would Hodino stressed two points understand the need for Hie While House officials said the visit was in response lo a re- quest by Sixth district Republi- can Rep. Wiley Maync of Sioux City. Bui. officials said they did not know as yet if the President would just speak at. the Sioux City airport or attend a rally in town. Ford will slop in Sioux City exactly one week after an ap- pearance in Des Monies. The White House said hc will move on lo Los Angeles for a dinner and overnight after the Sioux City stop. Democrat seeking re-oleclion 40-niiiiiilc speech the need I hearings. ic U.S. house of "return to old-fashioned val- "Bui 1 was proven lie atives from New York, received a "hero's welcome" at the Uni- versity of Iowa college of law Friday. Some people streamed into the student lounge to hear the man who chaired the impeach- and "the impeachment Said. "The people responded hearings, all of it reasserts and magnificently." preserves the system. "The impeachment Rodino was greeted with an as he said: was the right course. There wasj tin w.u- no other way." stressed Ihe sadness lilkc UP wllcl'c wc lcfl off'" With Hodino were I'irst dis- Teamsters, IBEW Unions Clash on Hotel Melee Returned 67 Years Late HANOVER, N. H. (AP) A look that was 67 years overdue at the Dartmouth college 11- Drary has been returned. A New Hampshire woman dis- covered the book, "John Bright on America'', among the jelongings of her late husband's father. The book, by 19th-cen- tury British orator and states- man John Bright, has 106 pages. "Even a slow reader, there- lore, could get through it handi- ly in 67 years, pacing himself .veil by reading one page every 231 a library spokesman said. "The book was never exactly n raging demand. It was bor- rowed once previous to the 1907 due date in February, 1902." If fines had been assessed, hey would have toiaied The spokesman said the book is back on the shelves waiting 'or its third borrower. Iricl Congressman Ed Mez- 1 vinsky, seeking re-election; Sec- ond district Congressman John j Culver, seeking election lo the senate, and .lames Schaben, Democratic gubernatorial can- Calm returned to the Roose-llocal 23H veil holel area Friday night Wilford, issued a stale-j-------------------- after a Thursday night dislur-1mcn' regiirding ,nc D i bance in which two police rOST LJTTICS" ficers were injured and ;lt b-vi sons were arrested. i pickets, "They're union Sympathy pickets joined mem-1 just like us if they do bers of the striking Hotel, Bes-jthjngi be in a lot of trou- taurant and Bartenders union! Thursday night at the Roose bio when they join a union." No Delivery IMUlSUdV illUML tU I1C veil. None of the five arrested! Hc lhe fack on member of the union, on strike since Aug. 1. Saturday, Teamsters union Cedar Rapids Postmaster .Charles Seda has announced uncalled for and whoever is responsible should be dealt m llne wllh a POSlal SCrV1CC as provided by law. ;directive, letters without stamps Cedar Rapids police officers "'ill not be delivered. The dirce- Irecently voted to join the live is effective Nov. 17. j Teamsters union. j Letters lacking postage will i Wilford said in the stale- -be returned to the sender or, if A relief fund drive for Cypriot ment that ...the first duty is no return address sent of any police officer is to to the post office's dead letter Uyprus Relief Fund Started war victims is being conducted in Cedar Rapids. John Karoules, John Karoulcs uphold and enforce the laws of United Stales, the stale of Iowa, and in this instance, the department. At present, mail without stamps is generally delivered city of Cedar Rapids, and with the recipient required to their union affiliation and re- jpay the postage due. sponsibilitics are secondary to said law enforcement." The more stringent cnforcc- jmont of postal policy. Seda said, Wilford said thn Teamstersiis due to the increasing volume membership and the policemen of mail bearing no postage and hive been told this. "We expect the police to do their sworn duty the resultant costs to both the post office and the receiver. Rhodes Puts In Promotion Plug NEW YORK (AP) House in the future the same as Ihey The change in procedure, he chairman of the project, i have in Ihc past." said, will not affect business clothes, baby food and money! He went on to mail or mail with insiif- are needed. union 238 has neverjficicnt postage. These will he ClirislciiKcn, Chris C. Republican Leader Monday at 4 p.m. at Chapel of Memories by tlie -Rev. David Lai-son of St. Marie's Lutheran church. Burial: Cedar Memori- al. Arrangements by Cedar Me- urial. elected Nov. 5. The contract covered 17 points on which Sianley has based much of his campaign against Congressman John Culver, his Democratic foe. The "contract" included such things as giving "first priority lo the interests of Ihe people of Iowa" in "all decisions" Sianley would make as a U. S. senator. Among other things, Stanley promised to work against any increase in congressional sa- larics "before inflation is brought under to make a full personal financial disclo- sure each !o fight "waste- ful or unnecessary and to work against, secrecy in federal government. vehicle parked at his resi-j Mr. Perfect Hairslyling. Open I Wednesday Evenings starting' Miller Sees Prospect for Co a I Accord WASHINGTON (AP) Unit- ed Mine Workers President: 'Ar- nold Miller says Ihe outlook for avoiding a nationwide coal strike next month has improved with tentative agreement, on! some key contract issues. "I think there's a possibility jlhal. we can wrap up (he con- tract in lime for kolaches. pies, cakes, swecls, said Miller. "It depends on ihow games, resale shop, Christmas (the coal operators) want Adv. New Fun and Games. Public welcome. Temple Judah, Sever Avc. Sunday 2711 Iiindsey Lane games skirl Rhodes says he looks forward eagerly to a promotion. In a letter lo the New York Times, Ihe Arizona Republican commented on a Times editorial that cited "failures" by the Democratic-controlled congress. Rhodes said "the only way to change congress is for the peo- ple to change the leadership" and it was time "for Ihe voters to give chance." Rhodes concluded, "Please be The collection point, is St. condoned nor permitted miscon- John the Baptist Greek Ortho-lduct or violence by its members dox church, 501 A avenue NE. Jon a picket line and we expect Donations in check members of all other unions should be made oul lo the St. I to conduct themselves responsi-i John Greek Cyprus Relief Fund, jbly and legally as well.'' Douglas Heiden, 32, Ryan, business manager of the Inter- national Brotherhood of Elec- trical Workers local 1302, was Two persons were of those arrested Thursday processed as in Ihe past with the recipient paying Ihe dif- ference. Tavern Disturbance, Two Men Arrested Gunman Kills dt Pc5 rtv early Saturday after a dislur-'nighl. hc Republican party a assured that I eagerly look for- CLEVELAND (AP) Police said a gunman opened fire with an automatic carbine at a parly banco at the K avenue tavern.i Hei'den said. "As "JS1'1- killin8 five pcr- 'Cedar Rapids, we will not. slandisons and wounding three others. 417 K avenue NW. Charles E. Wiclicr, 38, this kind of treatment. We Fifth street NW, was charged'feel the police department ovcr- with malicious injury lo a build-treacled. We are now checking ing or fixtures, assault and bat- into the possibility of filing tery and resisting an officer. charges against the police de- Baxaar-Goulash, maidrites, and gift items. St. Gym-1230 5th St. S.E. Sun. Oct. At Northbrook, III. Stanley was asked by and Mrs. K. Dale Sample II, a son Oct. 20. Sample is the of Mr and Mrs. Emory Snmple, 3313 Wnvolancl drive NW. Fires a.m. i'riday. Malfunc- tion of alarm at 701 street SE. _ I men whether he would be sub- ject to any penalty if he broke his contract, particularly early to bargain, how much good faitli they want In put inlo il." Two weeks tigo. the talks were [deadlocked over five major non- issues and Miller -said a slrike appeared likely unless the industry was willing to make superintendent of the city meter "I assume the immediate pen- alty would hc a great deal ofj criticism and condemnation by two parking meters taken from the downtown area between! Wednesday and Friday. The meters were valued at j concessions. In an Bottle and Insulator Progress interview Thursday. p.m. .Friday. Illegal burning at 372fi Park Terrace SE. p.m. Friday. Nuisam-e call at Fifth r.treel and Seventh avenue SE. p.m. Friday. Undeter- mined to leaves behind Vernon drive SE. p.m. Friday. Train news media of Iowa.'' said. JIP.EW Hall 1211 Wiley Blvd. S.W. And, he added, "Tho voters! i i t UVUKHI, d J would have every right, to throw! ;iiscd ]E Towcl, L me out nl I he next election. A A -J Nixon Progressing; y Still Miller said considerable prog- Show cess has been made in these areas with tentative agreement to PiM. Adv. on some issues, and indicated that the talks would shift to Old coins bought, sold, ap- wages in a few days. The union's contract with the Bituminous Coal Operators Assn. I expires Nov. 12 and Miller said Reward-tor any would leading to the recovery of by NoV] il is lo be ratified i D- i :M is LO oc rauiieu in Lime rjy LONG U'ACH Al i ring set with .JS carat mcmhcrship He said how- nc :irr H: innL-mn itifnr-  Kes reported enrollment! from ges rep II. Guyfnrd Stcvcr.iago after sweeping 'out Ihe and where; linos. 401) Blue Reef. 'equal to lasl year. science adviser to President trenched regime oi W. A havo anilliawatha, told police a tape} The increases ranged a'varielvof wavs to fire ''onlercnce "Toby" Boyle with a ln lakc Pa''l. iplaycr, 30 tapes and a percent lo 40 percent. lllat will be lo turn Ihe union hack lo the! "i" summit includes Ihe lead-jier were taken from her car.! Howard Bowen, former chan- ICB.M- from mobile pi'ilforms j and rank-and-file. air exchanges, that Ihe programs "are an im- FMW members gel to rs of every Arab nation exceptjsiip placed Ihe value of of the Claremont college1 i.iq and Libya, botli of which at California, said job .shortages Trpkosh. 27-111 I'nioivmay he forcing young people wrck. ny mall: Night Edition and Sunday 6 lisuci U.7.S o monlh, J17.00 n vcor Af- J3 BS o monlh, 140.00 o vcor. Olhor nnd OA. Iprrllorlti UO.OO n year. tJn Wnil occepted In arcoj hovlno nagon .spoKpsman, said an ,nK.k ;md me programs "are an im- I'MW members gel to vole on: nems al 'HI California, s; Kill-pound Miniiteman building block in dc- iheir conlract for Ihe firsl time! Ceorgc Trpkosh. 27-111 be forcing ed out tin- rear cargo door of nilln L., uorkjn.. oil-11'11'1'-" and industry officials have ;1 .SW, told police assorted go to college. giant C-n Iransjxirt plane i-oncept.: Actual re .search, Slever said, pressed concern that Ihr-v will! nowever, sent lower Icvcl'iapes in a cardboard box were------------------- iralay, 20.000 feet over the on mobile platforms ls strike no matter how rich taken (mm his car. Trpkosh carrier rvice ie Preti is rntltlcrl lo Ihe for rcnubllcatlon n Ihr lo'Ol ncwi rrlntcd In 1hl'. nrw ri ot oi all AF1 ntwt dltpalchei. Thurs Pacific off California 'J lie missile dropped 10 jn feet before its engine igiiitcri, ilif.n climbed lo fret in il.-, m Hi-ser'nnd liurn ijninrr- fallin1; into the ocean. The Ic.st wa.-. the lillh drop in ,i series, hut the lir.sl lime a was u-ii.'d. Blocks oi cnn. Id he much less vulnerable covered by (he agreement in order surprise attack would crcamii; the loint commission concessions I.O.vl F. S. ICIi.Ms scientilic and Hrlinical coop silos, whicll wa.-, signed n Mnsemv May 21. 1072. by Rich ard Nixon and Leonid The currenl the -ion _. Visit Bui Miller a.sserled "that's not; S'l'ICKIIOLM (Al'i Swcd- Iho leelui" I grit, from the ninm-Jsh King Carl XVI Guslaf will liership "If we gel a Hie I'. S. during hi-cenlen- :hal addresses itself lo (he prob-'iiial celehralioiv; in Sever-' lenis wi- have and it's consist- nl Swedish-American groups m- I'ni with the views of i ho ninm-'viicd the '.M-yc-ai'-old bersiup, they'll ratify it king lo attend. said Ihe tapes were worth WEDDING FtOWERS For 61 yoars flowers for all occasions K. LAPES downtown location o65-OSII   

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