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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 2 Thy Odat Rapids Gazette: Mon.. October 28, 1974  "i imittiiimt tinai ii ee^-M^wia  Campaign Trail  1,000 Aff end Open House At Salvation Army Center  «■*» "**    iSB*SEK;$saf5l*6    $J®:?!*  Stanley Calls for Meany-Proof Congress  DAVENPORT - The Republican candidate for U.S. senator Monday called for election of a “Meany-proof” congress to insure success in the fight against inflation.  Completion of the “brick and! Recalling the struggle dating I mortar” phase merely signals,back    over a decade    to build a  .     5     the start of the truly vital part    new    center. Brig.    Kennedy  of the new Salvation Army    termed the dedication day “a  can attend supervisor meetings    c or p s  Community Center, three    day    of a miracle.    Even 18  Arabs Talk Of Reviving Oil Weapon  RABAT. Morocco (AP) —  Kissinger—  (Continued from Page I.)  has said that for a nonnuclear nation turning nuclear, there is    _  #     .   ! no difference between explo-    pTIPnClS  Rocky: Loans Two Bicyclists  Of $507,656 ^JXcidenU  jsions for peaceful purposes and military test blasts.  His careful language about  WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice-  | easily,” Ginsberg told the audience. “I will suggest that we move some of the meetings around the county and also hold some meetings at night, both in the courthouse and in other towns.  “County government should be as accessible to the people as  A 13-year-old boy injured in a bicycle accident Sunday morning in Norridge park was in  St.  ........................................ Arab minislCTS    llsin *    ■•liklng-OTto.oF    the Mian  prcsidont ,h ' si * ! " i " t ;  Kotk< ‘ fo ""  R0 od eondi.ion Monday at  speakers said Sunday afternoon    months ago,    there were many    ’he °>I weapon against    the    West    no-arms pledge wats    seen as    an' said  Monday    that he lias made    j 10S pjt a |  at dedication ceremonies. J who said it couldn’t be done,” again and “sought to establish a attempt to underline concern loans of $507,858 to personal Almost 1,000 persons attended Brig. Kennedy said.    joint    position    in    response    to    the    * about nuc ^ ar  proliferation with- j friends, business associates or  the open house at the center,    The public    is invited    to tour j     threms of thp    ()i ,    consuming I    ^. injU ri^ ! he sensitiviUes    of  I relatives over    the past 17 years.  1000 C avenue AW. Tile building    the building    Tuesday    through    .. ........ Indian officials  State Rep. David Stanley told    .    ..    ...    .    .  a news conference here that the lf*  can make     " P n0Dd    lnpu ',  first major step to fighting infla-T rom    ,be  people, and this J tory    address,  Hon is “to cut the influence of I would be one step toward mak-A F L - CIO President George jng involvement easier.”  Meany in congress.”    I    -  “Congress must respond to Birchard; Speed the needs of the people, not the,.  D  .    .  inflationary demands of George UP Registrations  Meany.”    Sister Genevieve Birchard,  Stanley called his Democratic Republican candidate for    Unn  will be open daily this week for! Friday from 9 a m. to noon and public inspection    t    to    5    p.m.  , Terming it a “house of ser------  vice and a house of compas-:^ Persons Held  countries,” the official Moroc-  Mrs. Gandhi gave Kissinger a Rockefeller disclosed the ..........       _  frosty reception at the start of formation in letters to C hairman    Welsh    flew  his visit, which is aimed at Cannon tD-Nev.) of the senate    '  Kenneth A. Welsh, 13, son of Mr and Mrs Charles J. Welsh, 4507 Ozark street NE. was hurt when the chain on his bicycle over the  handlebars and landed on the  sion,” Brig. Raymond Carroll of  Kansas City said, in his dedica-.TQ Grand J UPV tory address, “We dedicate the    •  brick and mortar but we also | Three persons appeared   ___________  rededicate ourselves to greater magistrates court, waived P r ^~|tinued flow of oil from service.”    liminary hearings and were main sources of supply i  opponent, Congressman John  county treasurer>  promised Sun  river, “a cog in the Meany  Aid Thousands     bound over to  the gl and jury.  He said the programs in the Jonathan Foster, Mt. \ernon. new building will touch the lives  was  bound  over  °n  a  charge of of literally thousands of men possession of a controlled sub-and women, boys and girls “in stance with intent to deliver. He an ever-expanding, ever-enlarg- * s  charged with possession of of service to the marijuana. USD and cocaine on (Jct. 14.  can news agency said Monday.  No details were disclosed, but officials said the “threats” in-1 mending relations between the I rules committee and Chairman  eluded recent statements by j U.S. and India. But later they [^dino iD-N J > of the house ju- back of his neck.  President Ford and Secretary of both agreed that those relations diciary committee.    *    *    *  State Kissinger that the major are “on the way up.”    The    former New York gover Another bicyclist. Scott Manson consumers regard the con-;    Marginal    nor    is    scheduled    to    testify    be-    hart,    14,    son of Mr. and Mrs.  their j    .  t     fore    the    senate    committee    Nov.    Harold    Manhart,    2300    J    street   vita l In an interview published a \ u on hjg ear , ier disc | osures 0 f SW. was injured when his bicyc  flationary spending.”  He noted that in his visit  to, 1   interest.  The oil ministers of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Algeria, Qatar, Bahrein and the United Arab Emirates met Sunday on the sidelines of the Arab summit, which has hogged down over the rival claims of Jordan and the Palestine Liberation Organization to futue con  mg program  hoe    in    (day night to attempt to speed up I community.”    .    „    ^    .    .    ,,  machine that has promoted in-; (he  ^     pf     !    The    Rev.    Stephen Hoot, chair- Randall Makley. Palo, waived,  Her comment came at th*  man of  ** ^ Kati ™  Ar "’ y ad ,:^,^d In a chaVo^m'aMJ , __    ., . „ . L .    „    .    ...    .    visory    board,    announced    that 1  oouna over on a cnarge or man  Iowa last week President Ford Springville Jaycees candidates  t j le  ^ | ans (Q  joj^iatp new  c,ous  injury to a building. He is singled out Culver as “an infill night.    community    service programs charged with damaging a build-  lion creator and 'a big. big; “Many people,” she said.L hich we f c TOt  possible in the! in R al  6712  Abrook lane NE, spender.    have    been    inconvenienced    byj MM „ SrtllB    ran | liliM     the property of Delores Du- aaN   waiting weeks, even months, for the title to their car to be  rn • i, . o #•. Probed. Uteres a disagree!    “ 5 "“;j*"'^*15?*“ ,  Delay in Vets Benefits men! between the car dealers «f Hoot  sa jd "It’s the lives of p«l «eek and was bound over on a between Jordan and the Pales-GRINNELL - Legislation 1 -™ ™ int >’  and  'be treasurer | p|e an(j (hp fffect |he  salvation I  char * e  of breaking and entering.  few hours before Kissinger s ar-j '    ,     $     ;  j(ts to le c0 || lded wi , h  a car Saturday  ".': al     . ,r0n L MoS  J  COtt ;  il . mday J I public officials and staff aides afternoon.  during his 15 years in Albany. Police said Manhart was The committee chairman had heading north on J street SW  I americans oui umonunateivi”^” 1 a lls,in *  of  ” ock( ’. ^"phI^Tv'* Stoh^ander* thev have recorded India as Tellers loans between 195# and  tar  driven by Ralph vander-na\e regarded india as.    Rockefeller said he was millen. 59. of 3608 Blairs Ferry  imarginal to their global strate-: DUl  nocwwiier sam ne wa*,     flirnnr i    un  „    including all loans made from  Ioad  NE, as it turned left onto  India has particularly been  1957  through Oct. I, 1974.    Twenty-first avenue SW. Man-  India has particularly been    J  a|1 of these loans  bari, charged with not aving a  '------  f ~“    his    bicycle, was  Mercy hospital and  Jo°rda # n     bank    01     ‘ h *    f'^tan    'in°    tho S     1971    “    war    "hat!    wer^"    mV.de    to    do^l- llww .     for    hls    bic>cle '  Meivinsky Charges  previous limited facilities. •Here To Serve’  property mond, on July 29.  “Ifs not just a building we re' Jimmy Kirklin. 509 Fifth ave-  Thc Arab   _    ... Igave birth to Bangladesh. Kis-1 friends, associates or members    ,  The summit reconvened Mon- S j n g er  j s  trying to coax of my family," Rockefeller said. released with Jordan and the PLO j nd j a awa y f rom  Soviet! The largest loan to any indi-  T’nion, which has shipped India vidual was to Robert Anderson,  at  which would raise veteran edu-; as t0 who ,s res P° nsible for th,s :Armv program will have on rational benefits is being de- delav -    them.    Today is only the begin-  still at an impasse.    Union, which has shipped India 1  vidual was to Robert Anderson, Another ^ JL  rab summit Monday,  an  estimated $1.75 billion worth who served as secretary of the    2399 Blake boule arri  by a strategy conflict;  0 f arms.    treasury during the Eisenhower  S E, was injured Saturday afteradministration and who was de-  noon wben bls car    tbo   tinians, set up a special peace ^ making mission of seven top MPlnS■* ,l,  Arab leaders to settle the feud  as a  layed this Veterans day by White House threats of a veto. Congressman Edward Mez-vinsky declared Monday.  Campaigning here and in Vinton, the Democratic candidate for re-election said the legisla tion has been passed house and senate but held up by congressional con-  garage at nue SW.  “As treasurer, I will cooper-1  n j n g.” ate with the dealers, inves- Echoing  tbat same  theme, tigate the matter and see to it; Major* Eugene Adnev said, “W’e that you, the car buyers, are  are  here in this new building to given the prompt and efficient  s ^j* ve  people. If we don’t do service you deserve.     :  that, there’s no reason to be   t  ^    |here. If we don’t do that, there’s  by both Riley Proposes Savings no reason for this building.” is being i n * erGS * T ay  R r ^ a L    Brig.    Walter Kennedy of  congressional con-     91     Peoria,    divisional commander    son high school Sunday night  He is charged in connection with an Oct. ll breakin at a  1218 Nineteenth ave-  at ad cost - conference officials: ! said.  ---- |    “It    is either the PLO or Jordan,” said spokesmen for King Hussein and guerilla chieftain Yasir Arafat, using identical  Burglars Use School's Own Cuffing Torch  Thieves who broke into Jeffer-  words. Both insisted the conference must choose between them.  “The PLO rejects the right of  cern that President Ford kill it with a “pocket veto”.  will CLINTON — A proposal to ex- for this area, termed the new used a cutting torch from the i 0I ! da , n t0 re P res€at an > P art of  ficial said.  (Continued from Page I.)  issue new instructions to their arms negotiators in Geneva within a month of the meeting between President Ford and Soviet Communist party chief l>eonid Brezhnev in Vladivostok Nov. 23 and 24. A treaty might be ready for signing when Brezhnev visits Washington next summer, the of-  I scribed by Rockefeller I long-time friend.  According to the three-page list. Anderson received a $60,000 loan Jan. 2. 1957 and another $24,000 on April I, 1957. Both loans were repaid in full June 6.  1957, nearly two months before gourmet Anderson became treasury sec- motel  curb and hit a tree at Grande avenue and Park terrace SE.  Dorrington was treated at Mercy hospital and released.  “With Apologies”  ROCK HILL. S. C. (AP) - A restaurant at a local offered “truite aux  retary.  Need a compact, car!? The best buys  ! tured in the classified ads!  empt from federal income tax;building "the best corps build- school’s auto mechanics area to  Palestinian territory  Magistrate Court  Hearings Held In Five Cases  gain access to other parts of the building.  Police said the thieves en tered the building by breaking a window, then pried open a set of double doors in the hallway.  Using a cutting torch and oxygen tanks, the burglars cut the lock on a steel gate in the hallway leading to the main office  Mezvinsky said the Pres-5500 in Interest earned ing in this division.” ident's concern is that he thinks  on  savings accounts deserves |-the measure is inflationary. serious c o.n s i d e r a t i o n by “While I agree that we’ve got congress, in the opinion of State to trim the federal budget,” he ^ en  Tom Riley, Second district explained, “I don’t think you do Republican candidate for it by chopping away at pro- congress, grams like this that are de- ;  Addressing Monday’s meeting signed to help people carry the of the Clinton Rotary club. Riley  rising burden of inflation. listed advantages of such an ex-;  |n Mvp     —J    .    ,     ffovprnmpnts   “I don’t think helping veter-jeruption.    **    IVO    V^a565    Police    said    they    forced    the    ‘    __  ans stay in school    and in train- “First of all. it would fight    Five persons were bound over lock on a    sliding glass door of  mg programs is    a    waste    of inflation by encouraging savings    to the grand jury following pre-j the main    office, w here desk  money.”    >and reducing consumer de-    liminary hearings in magis-idrawers    and files were ran-   —    Inland. Secondly, it would help|trate’s court.    sacked. It was not known if any-  Culver: Foreiqn    Aid    r 0 ^  l ^ e  ^ ard  P ressed  bousing    Ernest Deason.. of Sixteenth thing was    missing from the of-  *    ~L -    industry and young families avenue SW, was bound over last fice.  Cuts Prompt Reforms wanting homes by attracting week on a charge of breaking The door to an auto mechan-QSCEOLA — Democrat John ^mgs to thrift institutionsiand entering. He is charged In'ic* room was also forced open.  28 but it was unknown if anything resi- was taken from there.  at any circum-  time and under any circum- Kissinger said he thought his stances, including withdrawal  v ’*sit to Moscow 'laid a good negotiations.” PLO spokesman basis for the Madivostok sum-’ Yasser Abd Rabbo declared mit.” which he said should After six hours of debate be- “make a useful contribution” to hind closed doors Sunday, the better Soviet-American rela-tone of the various statements tions. indicated that Israel’s stance was helping to build up support for Hussein among the other  Advertuement  amendos” on its F'rench menu. The management thought it economy meant “trout with almonds.” are fen- But it actually means “trout with apologies.”  Advertisement .  Culver said here Sunday that.^'bieh make up the bulk of the connection with the Sept. congressional cuts in foreign aid  s  home mortgages.’ he breakin at the Falsie Deason i for South Vietnam “have not contended.    dence, 503 C avenue NW.  only saved our taxpayers sever-! Thirdly, studies show that; Steve Ramey, of Fifth avenue a1 hundred million dollars, but * be median income of savings SE. was bound over last week on have also prompted much-need-  aad  loan account holders is  a  charge of breaking and entered reforms in that country.” *$13,000 a year which means the he is charged in connection Campaigning here for the U.S. proposal would give the with the Oct. ll breakin at a senate, Culver cited recent news  av ^ ra 8 e  citizen a much de- garage fit 1218 Nineteenth ave-reports of a cabinet shakeup in tax break.” Riley stated.  nu <? SW.  Saigon in which two ministers The housing industry is de- Frank Carter, jr., 1607 Second, were ousted because of a scan- Pressed because thrift institu- avenue SW, was bound over onj dal involving fertilizer furnished Ikmis lack the money to lend to  a  charge of burglary. He is by the U S    prospective buyers because in- charged in connection with an  “If the Iowa Democrats in  v estors 8re putiing their savings incident Oct, 5 at the Merle congress had not been alert to * n  public or private securities Blair residence, route one. this problem and had not se- offering a much higher yield.” Marion  cured pssssge of & Ibw halting Ril^y told his Clinton audience.* Steve Huggins, 710 ihird ave-further fertilizer purchases for "The cost of the proposal to nue SW, was bound over last Vietnam, this scandal might the I nited States treasury week on a charge of malicious well have been continued/'    ^    more than offset by jitijurv to a building. He is  Culver said    increased    taxes from added em- charged with damaging a build-  Culver sDonsored in the house p!o.V m ent in the building trades ing at  ! '03 E avenue NE. the of r^=r=i.n«. horn. building, as well as property of Steve Johnson, on sponsoredinatcSfiw public expenditures ,n un-IOc. *■  Senators Dick Clark and Harold employment compensation and    JacK Tiumalu. Coggon, was  Hughes to prevent further pur-housing subsidies.”    bound over last week on a  chases of fertilizer as foreign i    -- charge of false uttering.of a  aid for Vietnam, this year. Culver Campaign '  nC   k     Y'!T  “These are not hand-cuff re-,..-striations, but sensible decisions  ltmerar Y 5/ofed    S and S Hardware store. Sprmg-  bv the congress. If this adminis- Congressman John Culver has  on  ^ tration had its will. most of our'scheduled an all-night campaign foreign aid, our fertilizer, and visit in Cedar Rapids Monday our Food for Peace commode night in his effort to become ties would go only to Vietnam,”)US. senator Culver said. “Other countries, The visit will begin with hand-  To Report Drug Violation  Telephone Michael Dooley  377-8081  GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS  For Nom. Sports, Bookkeeping, General information one Offices Not listed Below  Coll    ................ JIB 8211  (irculetien-Svbunptien Dept  398-8333  Mon thru Set I am to 7 pm.  Sundogs Until 12 Noon Holidays 11 a rn. to 7 pm.  Wont Ads    ..............398-8234  Mon thru Fn. 8 a rn. to S p.m Saturday until 12 Noon  Ditploy Advertising ...............398 8222  Bom teSpm Monon Office    ........ 398 8430  What Do Many Doctors Use When They Suffer Pain And Itch Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues?  Exclusive formula gives prompt, temporary relief from such pain and itch in many cases. Helps shrink swelling of hemorrhoidal tissues due to inflammation.  News about a most effective .medication comes from a recent .survey of doctors. Asked what they, themselves, use to relieve such painful symptoms, many «»f the doctors reporting named one particular medication they either us#* themselves or in their office practice.  T his medication gives prompt relief for hours in many cases from pain and itching of hemorrhoidal tissues. And it actually  helps shrink swelling of such tissues caused by' infection. Tests by doctors showed this to bt* true.  The medication used was Preparation //"—the same ex-“ elusive formula you can buy at any drug counter w ithout a prescription. Try doctor-tested Preparation II. There’s no other formula like if. At drugcounters everywhere. Ointment or suppositories.  WE CAME ABOUT YOUR HEALTH  United State Bank Is Offering A Special Opportunity to Enroll in the BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD DEPOSITOR GROUP PLAN*  Man Fined $300 on Drunk Driving Plea  George Strellner. 609 Third  .    ,    ,    „    .    o    .    . •    avenue SW, pled guilty in mag-  where people are actually ..fan-- ■staking on }>,xt«*nth a venue  js , rate - s f0 , P  t  , a * t  , ( / a   mg would have been tragically, SW beginning at 4 p m Other I  ch    of d , unk drjvi  ,  shortchanged    j    times_ and locations scheduled  was fjned J300 and c0 , l;   He was arrested Ma\ 12  Ginsberg: Change    * pe( .' a    Fro     -  m m ..  n  I- •    center; 10:30. St. Luke’s hospi-j  A  . _  Meeting Policies    tai workers; iris,    Wilson    and    Assault-Battery  Democratic candidate for ^ corkers    Charge    Dismissed  Linn county supervisor, Stanley ,^[ ter  midnight Culver will A charge of assault and bat-Ginsberg, speaking at a can- i v * s ^ restaurants, truck stops, tery against Kenneth Billick. didates meeting Sunday night bowling alleys, grocery stores Waterloo, was dismissed Friday sponsored by the .Springville  and  similar businesses.    j n  magistrate's court on request  Jaycees, said periodic meetings A campaign spokesman said a of the complaining witness. of supervisors should be held in similar night of campaigning in He was charged with assault-various areas of Linn county.  It>e * Moines last week showed ing John Welbes (Jct Ii.  Ginsberg also pointed out that there is a need for campaigners the present scheduling of board to be available to    those    who  meetings in the courthouse pre- work at night vents people with conflicting working hours from attending.  “I would like to see a schedule worked out so that anvone  rn  i®  Blue Cross Blue Shield  of Iowa  The advantages of this enrollment are:  1. You may enroll regardless of present health or medical history—no physical exam, (ll months waiting period on pre-existing conditions for new policy holders.)  2. Payments automatically deducted from your checking account 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.)  r-*  Free Lecture  “Christian Science:  Its Revelation and Its Relevance”  Tues., Oct. 29,8 p.m.  First Church of Christ, Scientist 1242 2nd Ave.S.E.  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