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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 K# 0 w*mhi* «WW'OMCAJfJe    74  mmi  'ii  ^vjj^NQW  ^ehowus N  A,R   MOW  UH WtMHtMOlOCMI  Rain is expected Monday night in the Pacific Northwest, the western Great Lakes area and parts of the South and middle Atlantic states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.  Nola M. Toms, 56, of 2921 Circle drive NE, wife of Arthur E. Toms and a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids, died Sunday in a Cedar Rapids hospital.  Born May 28, 1918, at Cedar Rapids, she was married to Mr. Toms Aug. 13, 1937, at (Coelar Rapids. Mrs. Toms was a member of All Saints Catholic church.  Surviving are her husband; her mother, Iva Wenke, Marshalltown; three sons, John J., James L. and Michael D. Toms, all of Cedar Rapids; five grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Paul Weaver. Marshalltown.  Services; IO a.m. Wednesday at Immaculate Conception church in Cedar Rapids by the Rev. Joseph M. Mollner. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call after I p.m. Tuesday at Beatty-Beurle chapel where a Rosary will be recited 7:30 p m. Tuesday.  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., November ll, 1974    3  Drop in Oil Demand Cuts Refining  NEW YORK (AP) Domestic, production will continue until .oil the first IO months of the, ‘‘The suppty-aemand conoil refining operations have!the industry has sufficient time year but that the buildup in in straints resulting from the em-been cut back in recent weeks  to insta1 ' production and trans- ventories caused October opera- bargo invalidate that period as hof'inc/i n anilino in    demand    P° rtat i° n     facilities for    newly tions to be cut to    12.2    million s a basis for a comparison with  because of a decline in    demand     discovered    fields     barrels a day or    4.8    percent previous periods,” he said. “For  for petroleum products and a    Domestic    production the first below the same month in    1973. a more accurate assessment,  significant buildup in    invento-    IO months    was estimated    at 8.9 Hodges described    the    first IO we must compare April-October  nos.    million barrels a day. Last months as a unique period for periods.”  The report came Monday year’s production of 9 million jindustry statistics because of Hodges said April-October dehorn the American Petroleum barrels a day compared with a    the Arab embargo.    mand was only two percent less  Institute, which estimated de- record 9 million average record-    ----------------than the same 1974 period as op-  mand for petroleum products ed in 1970.    * a *    %*#    posed to the 3.7 percent decline  declined 3.7 percent the first IO The refits were released as    Marion    Woman indicated by the 10-month com-  monthsof the year.    jthe institute, which represents c;• I Ci.Ji X or   January-Octobcr dom andjall segments of the domestic in- '**©5 OU IT TOT  averaged 16.4 million barrels a dustry, opened its annual two- D^m^riP H^air day, compared with 17.2 million day meeting.    Idamay*? IU I la ii  a day for the full 12 months of) .    ,    „    ...    Eileen Mae Pullman, Marion, doesn’t tell the whole story ei-  1973.    Inventory Buildup     has f ,i ed a  $300,000 suit alleging ther,” Hodges said, noting that  Oil’s largest trade group also    Hodges, director of sta- her scalp, face and neck were such a trend must be weighed  reported domestic oil production fustics, said inventories of crude injured by a permanent she re- a g a inst the substantial in-  «     4     '*    •    -    -    0jJ___ 1 __i___I_________.___I____a _    of    n    Mnfi/Vn    Uooiifir    eKon     ;  ^    *     a    _  parison.  “Whole Story”  ‘‘The two-percent decline  continues to decline despite    a; 011 an(l  petroleum products to-    reived at a Marion    beauty    shop creases of recent years.  wended Ll billion barrels at the    ■ ov. I), 1972    The Arab embargo    disputed  end of October or 8 9 percent:    The suit filed in    Linn district^  annual  consumption    growth  above the comparable year ear-    court Lriday, is    against    Wil-  I'roduetion Facilities lier level    "    "  approxi-  The Weather  Htqh temperatures Sunday, low temperatures overnight and Inches of precipitation:  Anchorage ti 5 .. L. Angeles S3 A1 Atlanta ....ii44 .. Miami ...7*65.02 Bismarck 51 24 . Min.apolis 45 34 .07 Chicago .. 52 41.44 N. Orleans 78 43.45 Denver    ..    53 24    New York 40 42  Duluth    ..    43 35.1*    Phoenix ...74 51    ..  Honolulu    .    *5 74    Seattle ...52 44    .  Houston    .    74 54.1!    Washingt'n 65 37    .  Watergate—  (Continued from Page I.)  FBI investigation into Water-  7:17 a.m. Monday. Mistaken 8 a * e -alarm 400 Twelfth avenue SE. Walters said he was sum-  lowa Deaths    moned to the White House at  Garnavillo — Myrna Moel- noon on June 23, 1972, which is  within a half-hour of the time  at 1:30,!  lering, 70. Tuesday Tuecke-Allenstein.  ::! Wheatland — Gary ClappjNixon gave his approval to the  • 119. Tuesday at 1:30, Oxford use of the CIA to short-circuit ; Junction Assembly of God 1  ,    .    ,  ■ church. Burial at Lost Nation the initial FBI probe.  48i Hayden’s, Oxford Junction. } support the evidence on  Low overnight ..............4d    Faycttp    —• Marvin Lpc 70    ii    a    n    a  Noon Monday ......  50    Bellas-Wright.    |^ e  t a P®» the prosecutors called  2 p.m. Monday .............. 50    Decorah    —    Olaf    J.    Hanson,| Waiters, who quoted Haldeman  Precipitation .............. O- 73 !??'     Wedn p sda y     at    2 >     F ^ rst I#u 'las saying “the bugging of the  C. R. Weather  High Sunday .............  Total for November  0.81  theran church. Friends may , .    ,    „    i    call    at    Steine’s Tuesday.  Norma for November .....1.36    j  Kar] , y  _  Larry  j  Wolf 23   Normal through Nov......31.75    Reiff’s.  Total for 1974 ..............42.03    Tipton — John S. Bender, 72.  Barometer, falling........ 29.86    Tuesday at 10:30 at Sheets and  Humidity at noon..........60%    ^ T  ,n  *’ where friends may call  .... . j. ..    ,    ,    - 4     *    Monday. Bunal: St. Mary s  Wind direction and velocity at    cemetery  2 p.m. NW at 21 mph.    -I_  Sun rises Tuesday, 6:53; sun sets, 4:49.  Year Ago Today — High, 57; low. 40; rainfall, 0.10.  Traveler's Forecast  Coal—  (Continued from Page I.)  Tuesday Weather. Hi-Lo  quired for miners to vote on any tentative pact.  The government says a walkout of any longer duration will Bismarck .......PtC Idv 36-19 begin to force production cut-  CiSati '.'.'.'.'.'.Cloudy    48130    barks    in    other industries    and  Cleveland  Cloudy    48-30    result    in layoffs of thousands of  Des Moines PtCldy 41-24 workers.  IJSUui’.’.'-'.'.'Pici*? 4MS  A  ^ fa ““Voidable bo-  Kansas City  Fair    50-31    cause    of    the UMW’s “no    con-  Milwaukee  PtCldy    39-251    tract,    no    work” tradition,    and  Mpls -St. Paul    ..    Ftc ldy    I because ratification of any set-  St^Louis .....    Fair    48-28!  tleme nt would require about IO  Sioux Falis    ...... PtCldy    44-201 days. Thus, the length of tho  | walkout depends on the negotiators’ ability to hammer out a new agreement that will win rank-and-file approval. The cur-  Mississippi Stages  ! Watergate is creating a lot of noise.”  Walters said Haldeman was worried about the FBI’s investigation and said, ‘‘the leads might lead to some important people.”  Also attending that meeting, said Walters, were former CIA directors Richard Helms and defendant John Ehrlichman. Except to offer the use of a telephone to call then acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray, Walters said Ehrlichman took no part in the conversation.  Met with Gray  Walters said he was directed to tell the FBI that CIA resources in Mexico would be jeopardized by continued FBI investigation of the money used to finance the break-in.  Walters testified he was ordered to go to Gray despite emphatic denials by Helms that  Mrs. W. T. Stewart  Florence M. Stewart, 79, of 266 Johnson avenue NW, widow of W. T. Stewart, died Sunday in an Arlington Heights, 111., hospital.  She was born May 17, 1895, in Libertyville and was married in 1913 to W. T. Stewart in Fairfield. The couple moved to Cedar Rapids in 1936.  Survivors include a son, C. V. Stewart, ’Deerfield, 111.; two daughters, Jeanette Kovarik, Rapid City, S.D., and Lois Munger, Schaumburg, 111.; nine grandchildren and ten greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Mabel Brookier, IJbertyville, and Margaret Jensen, Wood-burg, Ore.; and three brothers, Clarence Bishop, Trenton, Mo., Sherman Bishop, Fairfield, and Charles Bishop, Glasgow.  Services: Tuesday at I p.m. at Raymond funeral home in Fairfield by the Rev. Jack Weida. Burial: Glassgow cemetery. Friends may call at the fu neral home from 7:30 p m. unti 8:30 p.m. Monday.  20 4 percent increase in completions.  —  wu .i ri,udj, i».«£*.*£«• "“ rate that had been sons beauty shop, 799 Eleventh  mati fjve percent   Die drilling report said the He said domestic refineries    For    the IO months, Hodges  four-year dec-line in domestic,produced 3.4 percent less crude of^ew Yr^    reported    demand    declines of 2.4  _    .    Item, Reining*’ Perfect Tench    ^°'T    I!     I *' ra ’ n !  Deserters, Patriots    !■»•«-- ._ SSfSTf-ff  The petition alleges the per-  cen t for kerosene-type jet  Contrasted in Speech  The drilling report said 22,719  Draft evaders and deserters Lee closed by recounting    plaintiffs*''hair” to fall out 'in  we ^ s were  cwnpteted Hie first  are the antithesis of the ideas erat incidents of heroism by ser-  c ] urn p S  ] ea ving areas entirely ' n ^ ne mont i ls     y ear ’  and men honored on Veterans'vice men in Vietnam.    |devoid of hair.    exploratory operations increas-  day, Lt. Col. James L. Lee told Jerry Carr was master of cer-j She alleges the permanent ^ g  mp ] etion f [^led 2^2^ rom-  a record 58,000 in  a small crowd in the Veterans emonies for the observance. The ^ as  harsh and toxic and was    .  building armory Monday morn- 1 invocation was.givenby the.Sa^s'y^'^ncrX'p^' 1956 -  Rev. D. A. lA)ferski and the bon- ■ pHysical condition, disfigure Lee, commandant of the Coe|ediction by the Rev. Jack Hems.  ment and menta ,    ^  and  McmsSaUClhter  college air force ROTO detach-. Music was provided bv the humiliation which she claims'    -    -    -    —  ment, was the featured speaker Veterans of Foreign Wars band,; resu j ted from  ^ j nc j dent   under the direction of James ,    ........... ...  Lundstrom. The colors were presented by the Hanford Post  Mrs. H. Milton Conner  Pana Charlotte Conner, 94, o 2222 First avenue NE, widow of Dr. H. Milton Conner and Cedar Rapids resident the last seven years, died Monday fol lowing a brief illness Bom April 8. 1880, at Olney III., she was married June 18 1902, at Glen Elder, Kan. Mrs Conner was a member of Christ United Methodist church Chapter BM of PEO, and Monday club, all of Rochester,  I manent caused red blotches and  ulcerous sores, severe flakiness and dryness and caused the  fuel.  at ceremonies honoring Amen cans who died in the nation’s wars. The ceremonies, jointly  conducted by several veterans |5, American I>eg»ion, color organizations, were sponsored guard.  by Amvets Post 50.    A    composite    firing    squad    of  Lee gave a brief history of veterans organizations fired the Veterans day, commending traditional volley at ll am., Iowa for being one of few statesi f°N° wod  bv  r(, ho taps played by to observe the traditional Nov.p°^ n  Mclvor and Ralph Pod-11 date. He also explained the  zime ^-history of the Veterans building and of the veterans to whom it is dedicated.  “These young men didn’t march in the streets burning and rioting. They knew their re-  (Continued from Page I.)  I parents are his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rader and j Mrs. A M. Wages of Lacrosse; a brother, Michael, and a sister, _ I Mary Jane, of Marion.  Individuals who fail to report Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday changes that influence supple-  in  Lutheran Church of the Res-mental security income pay- urrection by the Rev. Otto  Security Income Change Warning  Solzhenitsyn To Get 1970 Nobel  ments may have a penalty deducted from future benefit checks, according to James N. Wood. Cedar Rapids social security district manager.  sponsibility,” he said.  He contrasted young men who fled to Canada to avoid military service in Vietnam with those who went to Canada in the late 1930s to fight against Germany.  STOCKHOLM (AP) — Alex ander Solzhenitsyn will finally status, among other be awarded his 1970 Nobel Prize Glances, Wood said. for literature next month, the People have 30 days to re  by  Zwanziger. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Murdoch funeral home in Marion until 9 p m. Monday and after 9:30 a m. Tuesday at the Eligibility for payments and church, lf desired, memorials the amount of payments are af-  may  be made to the Lutheran fected by changes in income. Church of the Resurrection.  place of residence and marital    _  circum-  Nobel Foundation said Monday.  Foundation officials said the exiled Russian novelist notified  port such changes to any social security office.” he said ‘‘Under the law, failure to do so may mean reduction in supple-  (Flood stases in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 5.2, no change Lansing (18) 8.0, no change  Dam 9 (18) 13.9, no change McGregor (18) 7.3, change  Guttenberg (15)    4.9,  change  Dubuque (17) 8.1. rise .2 Davenport (15) 5.2, rise .5 Keokuk (16) 2.9, no change  rent contract expires at 12:01 no a m. Tuesday.  Remain Idle  there was any CIA connection  Mjnn Dr Connor was a  to the burglary or wiretapping. |  rnembpr pmerjtus of Mayo clin .  ic staff.  Surviving  children  no  Cedar at C.R.  .07.  Coralville Lake  Pool level Monday 683.53  Births — St. Luke's  Nov. 9 — To the families of Michael Stark. 206 Lincoln Heights drive SE, a son; Donald  Walters said he did meet with Gray and asked him to “taper off” the money investigation. even though he and Helms could,     n   find no danger to any CIA  u      v   After furious last-minute clandestine operations in Mexi-stockpiling Saturday, most coal co.  mines were idle Sunday and are Later, the marine general I expected to remain so until the testified, he reversed himself (13) 3.85, fall union’s 120,000 members ap- and told Gray to*'have his prove a new contract. Were the agents investigate without any  LaVaughn Potts Is City's 18th Traffic Victim  wS    them he will attend Nobel award ™an reoucuon rn supple- A 44-year-old Cedar Rapids  lpm or vZI say natriotism ceremonies on Dec. IO. At that mental security income pay- man was killed Monday morn-isn’t “in” anymore are shirkine  time  be will be awarded his ments.’    mg when he was struck by a  their responsibilities as citizens. : Nobel dl P |oma anrl  medallion.    ‘ n  F  ,he    )00 °  blcKk of Third   “This is tho easv wav out for prize money, $90,000, was  for l,rst  violation, $50 for the street SE.  those who are unable to accept ^posited in a Swiss bank ac- ^  $,0 °  for each subs€ * 1  (f  Va ^ ha R ‘ ,y ™ n( L  Potls ’ responsibility ” he said    I count in nerordancp with the quent one.    51512 Fourth avenue SE. was  Soviets Curtail  are  and  four  nine  mines to work Monday — Veterans day in some states —the companies would have to pay triple wages under holiday provisions of the current pact.  The negotiators met until ll  Lester, Mt. Vernon, a daughter; p m Sunday before recessing David Arthur. £ la '‘‘ on ’ * for the night, the latest they ton* 'a ' son; Rodney Young’  l,ave  worked in nearly a week 1833 Gretchen drive SW, a: As he emerged from the talks. son; Arthur \Vooff, 424 C he rry p armer sa j d  be thought it would Hill road NW, a son; Terry,. .,    ,    ,    ,    °  Kinked. 538 Thirty-fourth he mid week before a settle-Street SE, a daughter; Dr. R. ment was worked out. Earlier. j*rk Reida, 1916 Ridgeway he had been hopeful of an drive SFL a son; David Der  hammer, Elkader, a son.  Nov. IO — To tho families of Mark Monte, Tipton, a son; James R. Turpin, Hiawatha, a son; Thomas O. McCuskey, 1230 Twenty-seventh street NE, a daughter.  Births — Mercy  Nov. IO — Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tope. 308 Twenty-first street NE, a son.  Petition for Bankruptcy  David Christopher Baburek, sr 1200 Eighth street NW. Debts: $5,371.17. Assets: $750, with ail claimed as exempt.  Fires  agreement over this last weekend.  Both said wages and other economic issues were still unresolved.  Far Behind  Senior miners currently earn $41.25 to $50 a day, but miners have ance bene  have oeen jar bernoo major du.stries in pensions, vacations, and holidays.  Among some of the key issues are safety questions, including a demand by miners for the right  r- , a    abandon    their    work    place  1015 p.m. Saturday. Gasoline    •    ,  Irakinc from .wet, at 6540 Dan- ■ without fear of retaliation lf bern lane NE.    they believe their lives are en-  12:18 p.m. Sunday. Overheat- dangered ed product 1350 Waconia ave-    Goal management, on    the  nue SW.    other hand, has been concerned  from^ fireplace.“saoo' Skyline by a long downtrend in produc-drive NW.    Itivity, blamed mostly on wildcat  5:44 p.m. Sunday. Assisted strikes and absenteeism. Manawa ambulance rut wire from  a  g  c m n  j negotiators hoped, ie* 1300 block L street .    .    ,     r ,  boy a ms    f 0  arrange for seven day  * 12:13 a.m. Monday, iwihle mining po that some automatic cigaret to clothing In bark seat equipment will not be idled be*  2815 Williams boulevard SJV cause of the no-Sunday mining  *•!”;• M f nri i!ii l ^NK C KilS ru le  in  the current confract. odor 3076 Circle drive NE  fear of affecting any CIA operations.  grand |_ U nar Probe  great-  MOSCOW (AF) - L u n a 23. Services: Vine funeral home the latest Soviet moon probe. at Rochester at 2 p.m. Wednes- has completed a program of ex  day. Friends may call at Turner chapel east until 9 p.m. Monday. Trends may, if they wish, make a contribution to the PEO Restoration Fund of Old Main at Iowa Wesleyan college at Mt. Pleasant.  Memorial Services  Tvrdik William F. — IO a.m.  Tuesday in St. Patrick’s church at Epworth. Wake: 7:30 pm.  Monday at Reiff funeral home,  Farley. Burial at Epworth.  Fontana. Gregory Scott — St.  Patrick’s Catholic church at 10:30 a m. Monday bv the Rev.  Martin Laughlin. Burial was at Cedar Memorial. Turner chapel west was in charge of arrangements.  Rausch. Clyde R. — Turner  chapel west at 10:30 a.m. of Czechoslovak Society of Tuesday by the Rev. Stephen America for 15 years, and was Hoot Burial; Nichols, Iowa ,  ls  member of Karel IV cemetery. Friends may call at!. ,    ...    .    _    ., „*    .    ...  Turner west until IO a rn. Tues-1l° d £ ( *, Western Fraternal Life day. Tho casket will not be Assn., and the L AW Retirees  periments that had to be cur  tailed because the space station I p  was damaged in landing. ac-| F- I 1*3 IPI v^TclSh  count in accordance with the Q uen t one.    010*2  novelist’s request.    “^ e     penalty    isn    t    applied    if    dead    on    arrival at a local hospi-  I Solzhenitsyn did not come to People can’t help reporting late tai after the accident, which oc-! Stockholm to pick up the prize  or  ^     1  lo blame for curred at 9:40 a.m.  in 1970 because he said he feared  no * reporting changes,” Wood Police said PotLs had just the Soviet Union would not per mit him to return to his homeland.  Five Are Killed in  said.  I climbed out of a car parked in front of 1009 Third street SE J when he w as struck by a southbound truck driven by Raymond I A. Hansen, 50. of 311 Twelfth    av-  meet enue SE. Hansen said he did    not  next year.    see Potts until the impact.  Officials said Kissinger gave The death was the eighteenth HURTSBORO. Ala. (UPI) — the Russians a number of spe-jin Cedar Rapids this year and  four eific ideas during his Moscow the second in two days.  Kissinger—  < Continued from Page I. time Ford and Brezhev   s  Five persoas, including  cording to the    official news  agency Tass.  Die lunar vehicle ^as;children, were killed Sunday,visit. They described the re-    *    *    *  launched Oct. 23 and landed last     t ^ c j r    car    a     Sea-sponse as thoughtful and fairly LaVaughn Raymond, Potts,  Wednesday on rough terrain in, board Coast line freight train detailed, containing a number of jr., was born May 17, 1930. He Bertram L. Klekar    southern part of the Sea of  near  ^j s rllra i  east  Alabama (elements acceptable to the U. S. had worked at Quaker Oats for  Bertram L. Klekar, 80, of 5745,  rlSiS ’  ass  announced on Sun- town.    Kissinger    w’ants a    10-year    28 years.  Addison    avenue    NE,    died    Mon-     L \\'    .    ,    The dead were identified    as 1 arms    control agreement    with Surviving are    a    son,    La-  day after    a long    illness    Born    rn    , “GT 0     °i     the     TTT ° f   Owatonna, Mina. Aug. 16. 1894, i :ho  ff"*' Tass sa,d ' < ho     .....  he had resided in Cedar Rapidsi n ] tnc r s ^°°P in g  U P ^niples^randchMrm Q u a n d a Shop-  m  the 1972 interim strategic mother, Mrs. L. R. Potts, and a   ------- of    moon soil was damaged, and  hard , 5, also of Fort Myers, arms accord. It would seek to sister. Mrs. Cecilrae Wilson, all  as a resu t    no    samples were ob-    and Resheale, 7, Deloris,    ll.    and)limit    multiple    nuclear    war-of Cedar    Rapids,    and    a    brother,  Rachel Reward. IU, all    of    Co- heads,    restrain    the arms    race    Roger E.    Potts. Robins.  Because of the roughness of p au j Shephard. 45, of Fort the Russians by 1975, limiting Vaughn Raymond III,; a daugh-  ;Myers, Fla., and four of his offensive nuclear weapons not ter, Ramona Kay Potts; his  since 1910.  He was a retired 42-year machinist for Cherry-Burrell Corp. He had served as recording sec-  tained.  The report gave no informa-;iambus, Ga.  retarv for Prokop Velkv lodge ‘T  ab T  ,he  °'T T'T'T  i    nor    did it say what happened to'  club.  Luna 23.  Textbooks—  (Continued from Page I.)  Surviving are his wife, the!* 0  P rt>ni * S€? d supjx>rt from groups  opened after the service.  Biddinger, Arthur D.  ' IUm, Tue‘    'n,    \inoid'former Irene Kvach, to whom!* 11  ^ vcr ‘ d  states.  Tuesday by Dr. Arnold I.    ■ - - - g ---- •     1     “I    rn    praying    for    at least a 75-  hools Tues-the majority  „                   w     money    from  service. All Master 1  Melons are;grandchildren:    three    sisters;     tfl0ir     own pm-kets lo set up their  asked to meet at Turner east at I Kila Urban, Vlasta Frakes and  ovvn s  system.  1:15 p.m. Tuesday to attend the j Martha Cuhel, all of Cedar Branding such texts as “Com-  Rapids. and a brother, Jerry, uiunicating, “Man, Dynasty’ jGlendale, Calif.  I Services: 1:30 pm  .day in Janeba-Kuba funeral 2,000 flagbearing demonstrators home west by the Rev. William.marched in the city Saturday, B. Hamish. Burial: Czech Na-| lcss than a da Y  aft ^r the board jtional. Friends may call at Jan- rendered its verdict.  funeral home west after I p m. Tuesday.  GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS  for Kiwi. Sport!, lookkttpuig, Gonorol Information and Office! Not luted Ii low  Coll ........................... 391-1211  (mulation-Subunption Dept  391-1333  Mon thru Sat. I • rn. to 7 p m.  Sunday! Until 12 Noon Holiday! ll am. to 7 p.m.  Want Mi ......................  Mon thru fn. I a m. ta S p.m.  Saturday until 17 Noon  Display Advertising .........  I a.m. ta S p m.  Morion Office ..................  398 1234  398 1222  398 8430  and hold down the size of stra- Services are pending at tegic bomber fleets.    Turner    chapel    east.  service  and “Interaction” as Com-Wednes-i mun * st ‘ c and  immoral, some  (fedor Anpids (6tnet4c  ‘ iitobllihacJ In 1183 bv Tho Garotte Co ana pubilttsod doltv and Sunday at SOO oba-Kuba Third ava. SE, Cedar Rapid*. Iowa S7404 Second clo** po*tau* paid at Cedar Rapid*. Iowa.  Send a bit of cheer with a bouquet  from,.,  4 Seasons  3121 Mt limp Id  Flavor  Shop  113 HIS  Sgb*crlptlon ro*e» by farrier OS cont* a week. 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