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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Ci-dai Kapids Ciazrllr: Mon.. Octoher Campaign Trail Attend Open House Arabs Talk iKissinger- (Continued mini 1 'ii Salvation Army Center Of Reviving Weapon for Meany-Proof Congress DAVENPORT The Republi- can candidate for U.S. senator Monday called for election of a "Mcany-prooC" congress to ill- wire success in the fight against inflation. State .Rep. David Stanley told a news conference here that the first major step to fighting infla- tion is "to cut the influence of r? 1 lean attend supervisor meetings Ginsberg told the audi- suggest that we Completion of the "brick andl Recalling tin- struggle dating mortar" phase merely signalsjback over a decade lo build the start of the truly vital part new center. Brig. Kennedy "1 some of the meetings around the county and also hold some meetings at night, both in the court house and in other towns. "County government should be as accessible to the people as we can make it. We need input from all the people, and this would be one step toward mak- ing involvement easier." A K L CI 0 President George jMcany in congress." "Congress must respond to Birchard: Speed the needs of the people, not inflationary demands of of the new Salvation Army Corps Community Ceiiier, throe termed the dedication day "a of a miracle. Kven 111 speakers said Sunday aflernoonlmonths ago, there were many at dedication ceremonies. Almost persons attended the open house at the center, 1000 C avenue NW. The building will be open daily this week for public inspection. Terming il a "house of ser- vice and a house of compas- sion." Brig. Baymond Carroll of Kansas City said, in his dedica- tory address, "We dedicate the brick and mortar but we also who said il couldn't be Brig. Kennedy said. The public Is invited to tour the building Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon and I In 5 p.m. HAH AT. Morocco lAI'i iArab ministers discussed us the oil weapon against the West again and "sought lo establish a joint position in response to the 3 Persons Held To Grand Jury threats of countries." nil consuming official Moroc- can news agency said Monday. No details were disclosed, but officials said the "threats" in- cluded recent statements by President Ford and Secretary of (Continued from Page 1.) has said that for a nonnuelear nation turning nuclear, there i.s no ilif 'rence between explo- sions for peaceful purposes and military test blasts. His careful language about seriously" the Indian no-arms pledge wax seen as an attempt to underline concern about nuclear proliferation with- out injuring the sensitivities of Indian officials. Mrs. Gandhi gave Kissinger a Rocky: Loans Of To Friends WASHINGTON lAI') f IH 1UV. n jmi 11 ii n. president designate Rockefeller Two Bicyclists Are Injured in Road Accidents A boy injured in a ibicvcle accident Sunday moni- Three persons appeared .Slate Kissinger that the major rededicate'ourselves to greater magistrate's court, waived pre limmary hearings and were Meany." Stanley called his Democratic opponent, Congressman John Culver, "a cog in the Meany machine that has promoted in- flationary spending." lie noted that in his visit to Iowa last week President Ford singled out Culver as "an inflat lion creator and 'a big. big spender'." Mezvinsky Charges Delay in Vets Benefits GR1NNELL Legislation which would raise veteran edu- calional benefits is being laycd this Veterans day While House threats of a veto, Congressman E d w a r ri Mez- vinsky declared Monday. Campaigning here and in Vin- ton, the Democratic candidate for re-election said the legisla- tion has been passed by both and senate but is being held up by congressional con- cern that President Ford will kill it with a "pocket Mezvinsky said the Pres- ident's concern is that he thinks the measure is inflationary. "While I agree that we've got to trim the federal he explained, "I don't think you do il by chopping a w a y at pro- grams like this that are de- signed to help people carry the rising burden of inflation. "I don't think helping veter- ans stay in school and in train- Sister Genevieve Birchard, Republican candidate for Linn county treasurer, promised Sun- day night to attempt to speed up the car registration process. Her comment came at the Springville Jaycees candidates night. "Many she said, "have been inconvenienced by waiting weeks, even months, for the title to their car to be processed. There's a disagree- ment between the car dealers of Linn county and 'the treasurer as to who is responsible for this delay. "As treasurer, 1 will cooper- ate with the dealers, inves- tigate the matter and see to it that you, the car buyers, are given the prompt and efficient service you deserve." Riley Proposes Sovmgs Interest Tax Break Aid Thousands He said tile programs in the new building will touch the lives of literally thousands of men and women, boys and girls "in bound over to the grand jury. Jonathan Foster, Ml. Vernon. was bound over on a charge of possession of a controlled sub- stance with intent 'to deliver. He an ever-expanding, ever-enlarg- is chal'Kcd wilh possession of marijuana, LSD and cocaine on ing program of service to the community." The Rev. Stephen Root, chair- man of the Salvation Army ad- visory board, announced that the Army plans to initiate new community .service programs which were not possible in the previous limited facilities. 'Here To Serve' "It's not just a building we're talking the Rev. Mr. Root said. "It's the lives of peo- ple and the effect the Salvation Army program will have on them. Today is only the begin- ning." Echoing that same theme. Major Eugene Adney said. "We are hero in this new building to Oct. t'l. Randall Blakley. Palo, waived a hearing last week and was bound over on a charge of mali- cious injury to a building. He is charged with damaging a build- ing at 6712 Idlebrook lane NE, the property of Delores Du- mond, on July 29. Jimmy Kir'klin, 509 Fifth ave- nue SE. waived a hearing last week and was bound over on a charge of breaking and entering. He is charged in connection with an Oct. 11 breakin at a jarage at 1218 Nineteenth ave- nue SW. ing programs money." is a waste of Culver: Foreign Aid Cuts Prompt Reforms OSCEOLA Democrat John Culver said here Sunday that congressional cuts in foreign aid for South Vietnam "have not only saved our taxpayers sever- al hundred million dollars, but have also prompted much-need- ed reforms in that country." Campaigning here for the U.S. senate, Culver cited recent news reports of a cabinet shakeup in Saigon in which two ministers serve people. If we don't do that, there's no reason to be here. If we don't do (hat. there's no reason for this building." j Brig. Walter Kennedy of' Sl'coria. divisional commander j son high school Sunday CLINTON A proposal to ex-j for this area, termed the new1 used a cutting torch from the Burglars Use School's Own Cutting Torch consumers regard the con- tinued flow of oil from main sources of supply a their vital Monday thai he has loans of lo personal friends, business associates or relatives over the past 17 years. Rockefeller disclosed the in Dike's hospital. Kenneth A. Welsh, 13, son of frosty reception aline start in letters to Chairman; Cannon dJ-Xev.) of the senate i rules committee and Chairman! The oil ministers of Saudi A r a h i n Kuwait, Algeria. Qatar, Bahrein and the United Arab Emirates met Sunday on the sidelines of the Arab sum- mit, which has bogged down over the rival claims of Jor- dan and the Palestine Libera- tion Organization to futue con- trol of the west bank of the Jordan river. The summit reconvened Mon- day with Jordan and the PLO still at an impasse. The Arab summit Monday, hobbled by a strategy conflict between Jordan and the Pales- tinians, set up a special peace making mission of seven lop Arab leaders to settle the feud at all cost, conference officials said. "It is either the PLO or Jor- said spokesmen for King j Hussein and guerilla chieftain Yasir Arafat, using identical words. Both insisted the confer- ence must choose his visit, which is aimed mending relations between the U.S. and India. But later they both agreed thai those relations are "on the way up." Marginal In an interview published a few hours before Kissinger's ar- rival from .Moscow Sunday, Mrs. Gandhi said the Indian government had "always tried for good relations with the Americans" but unfortunately they have regarded India as marginal to their global strate- gy India has particularly been irked by the U.S. "tilt" toward Pakistan in the 1971 war that gave birth to Bangladesh. Kis- singer is also trying to coax India away from the Soviet Union, which has shipped India an estimated billion worth of arms. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Welsh, street NE. was hurl handlebars and landed on the ack of his neck. The former New York gover- Another bicyclist, Scoll Mein- :or is scheduled lo testily be- hart, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. liodino ID-N.J.I of the house diciary committee. Thieves who broke into Th empl from federal income lax the first in interest earned on savings accounts deserves serious consideration by congress, in the opinion of State Sen. Tom Riley, Second district Republican candidate for congress. Addressing Monday's meeting of the Clinton Rotary club. Riley listed advantages of such an ex- emption. "First of all. it would fight inflation by encouraging savings and reducing consumer de- mand. Secondly, it would help both the hard pressed housing ndustry and young families wanting homes by attracting iavings to thrift institutions which make up the bulk of the nation's home mortgages." he contended. "Thirdly, studies show that the median income of savings and loan account holders is a vear which means the proposal would 'average citizen' a give much the de- served tax break." Riley staled. "The housing industry is de- were ouslcd because of a scan- pressed because thrift institu- tions lack the money to lend to prospective buyers because in- 1T the" Iowa Democrats are putiing their savings building "the best corps build-jschool's auto mechanics area to issue new instructions to their arms negotiators in Geneva within a month of the meeting between President Ford and Soviet. Communist party chief Leonid Brezhnev in Vladivos- tok Nov. 23 and 24. A treaty between might be ready for siglling I when Brezhnev visits Wash- nightl 1ML' ''L0 thl: right uf[ ington next summer, the of- I Jordan to represent any part Palestinian tcrritorv at any I (Continued from Page 1.) Harold Manharl. 2300 J street SW. was injured when his bicyc- (ore the senate committee Nov. IS on his earlier disclosures of nearly million in gifts lolle co public officials and .staff during his 15 years in Albany. Police said Manharl was The committee chairman had; lining on J street SW requested a listing of Rockc-N'cn his bicycle collided with a feller's loans between 1357 and car driven by Ralph Vander- 1967 but Rockefeller said he 59, of 3B08 Blairs terry including all loans made from.road NE, as it turned left onto 1957 through Oct. 1, 1974. .Twenty-first avenue .SW. Man- charged with not having a license for his bicycle, was treated at Mercy hospital and released. Another youth, Kevin Burring- "Virtually all of these loans were made lo close personal friends, associates or members; of my Rockefeller said. The largest loan to any indi- vidual was to Robert Anderson, who served as secretary of of Blakc treasury during the Eisenhower SE' mls af administration and who was llls car JumPcd scribed bv Rockefeller as hlt a lrcl-' at long-time friend. ;Avenue and Park terrace SR According to the three-page I Dorrington was treated at list. Anderson received a hosPital and rejased. loan Jan. 2. 1957 and another j on April 1057. Both! "With Apologies loans were repaid in full June (i. ROCK HILL, S. C. (AP) A 1957. nearly two months restaurant at a local Anderson became treasury sec-1 m o t e 1 offered "truilc aux retary. !amendcs" on its French menu. The management thought it Need a compact, economy meant "trout with almonds." The beat buvs are ii actually means "trout ing in this division." gain access (o other parts of the Magistrate Court building. Police said the thieves en jtcred the building by breaking a lured in the classified ads' with apologies." anv circum-1 Kissinger said he thought his 1 withdrawalv's'' Moscow "laid a good time and under stances, including h negotiations." PLO for the Vladivostok sum- Yasser Abd Rabbo declared. [window, then pried open a set of double doors in the hallway. After six hours of debate be bind closed doors Sunday, mil." "make which he said should; a useful contribution" to' Soviet-American rela- Using a cutting torch and ox-j; tone of the various statements dal involving fertilizer furnished bv the U.S. congress had not been alert to this problem and had not se- cured passage of a law halting further fertilizer purchases for Vietnam, this scandal might well have Culver said. been Hearings Held In Five Cases Five persons were bound over to the grand jury following pre- liminary hearings in magis- trate's court. Ernest Deason.. of Sixteenth avenue SW, was bound over last week on a charge of breaking and entering. He Is charged in connection with the Sept. 28 orcakin at the Elsie Deason resi- dence, 503 C avenue NW. Steve Ramey, of Fifth avenue SE. was bound over last week on a charge of breaking and enler- ng. He is charged in connection with the Oct. 11 breakin at aj garage at 1218 Nineteenth ave- nue SW. Frank Carter, jr., 1607 Second avenue SW. was bound over on charge of burglary. He is charged in connection wilh an incident Oct. 5 at the Merle Blair residence, route one. offering a much higher yield." Marion. Riley told his Clinton audience. Stove Huggins, 71U Third ave- "The cost of the proposal lo nue SW. was bound over last jygen tanks, the burglars cut the lock on a steel gate in the ball- way leading to the main office Police said they forced the lock on a sliding glass door of the main office, where drawers and files were desk ran- indicated that Israel's stance was helping to build up support for Hussein among the other Arab governments. sacked. It was not known if any- thing was missing from the of- fice. j The door to an auto mechan- ics room was also forced open. but it was unknown if anything! was taken from there. 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AsUecl what '.tfu'V, tiicmsi'lvf.s, LSI; to relieve such painful .symptoms, many of the doctors named nne particular miMlicalion they cither use themselves or in their office pnidice. This medication jiives prompt relief for hours in many cases from pain and itching of hcmor- helps .shrink swelling of such t issues caused hy i n fee Hon. Tests hy doctors showed this to he Inn-.' The medication used Mm snmn ex-' elusive formula you can buy at any drujr counter without, a pre- scription. Try floclnr-lcsicrl 1'reparation 11. There's no other formula like il. At dnitf counters everywhere. Ointment; or sup- posiloric.s. in public or private securities WE YOUR I li e United Slates treasury be more than offset hy week on a charge of malicious: injury to a building. He is] increased taxes from added eni-'charged with damaging a build-] Culver sponsored in the ,n the building trade.sjing nt -703 B avenue NE. the] of representatives a as well as I property of Steve Johnson. sponsored in the senate by Iowa Senators Dick Clark and Harold Hughes to prevent further pur- housing subsidies." chases of fertilizer as foreign! aid for Vietnam, this year. "These are not hand-cuff re- strictions, but sensible decisions lower public expenditures in employment compensation and: Tiumalu. Coggon, was jbo'.mri over last week on a; 'charge of false uttering of ;i[ check, lie is charged writ-! ing n bad check for S5D.75 to the! S and S Hardware store. Spring-j Culver Campaign Itinerary Slated II JI_UU1U, IJLll. Otll.JIUlU LH.V.I.3MH1..1 Crt -it by the congress. If this adminis-! Congressman .John Culver has tration had its will, most of our foreign aid, our fertilizer, and our Food for Peace commodi- ties would go only to Culver said. "Other countries, scheduled an all-night campaign visit in Cedar Rapids Monday night in his effort to become U.S. senator. The visit will begin with hand- where people are actually starv-jshaking on Sixteenth avenue nig. would have been tragicallyjSW beginning at 4 p.m. Other shortchanged." i times and locations scheduled arc: p.m. Mercy hospital 'workers; special problems jcenter; St. Luke's hospi- jtal workers: Wilson and Man Fined on j Drunk Driving Plea George Strellner. 609 Third avenue S'V, pled guilty in mag-j istrale's court last week to ai charge of drunk driving and1 was fined S300 and cost? j He was arrested May 12. Ginsberg: Change ii.tun.-i, lu.ou, ,11. L.UM: ji IIUMJI- I n Policies :tal workers: Wilson and Assault-Battery Democratic candidate for jCo- workers. i Charge Dismissed Linn county supervisor, Stanley' midnight Culver will! charge of assault, and hat-; Cinsberg, speaking at a restaurants, truck against Kenneth Billidt.i didiiles meeting Sunday night bowling alleys, grocery storesjwalerloo, was dismissed Friday! DEPOSITOR GROUP The advantages of this enrollment are: 1. You may enroll regardless of present health or medical physical exam. (11 months waiting period on pre-existing conditions for new policy holders.) 2. Payments automatically deducted from your checking ac- count monthly or semi-annually. 3. People over 65 and on Medicare will be interested in the new Supplemental Coverage, (6 months waiting period on pre-existing conditions for new policy holders.) 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