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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                KatMrOueMc: DeeCMber I. MM (I" f.' ity Briefs Karate A free karate dem- onstration, is scheduled for Thirty-eighth street p.m. Wednesday at Ellis YMCA. Signup for classes will follow the demonstration. Lost: Roto-lite-lasser, 1st Ave. between Marion and Cedar Rap- ids. Reward. ,1 Holiday enrichment with can- dles from Rose's'Candle Niche, Marlon. Adv. Breakln William C. McCor- mick, 2300 Fifth avenue SE, said th'ieves broke, into his home over the weekend and stole a coin colection, in cash, and a watch. Lebanese Bread Call St. George Tuesday, Dec. 3. 363-1559.-Adv. Mother and Mrs. Paul Cornette, of 209 Eighteenth Items Taken Raymond V. SE, reported a watch, 130 radio, worth of stereo tapes, in change and worth of record albums'were taken from his home Sunday afternoon. Best Rental Rents The Beit. -Adv.' Guns John Gj Han- son; 1727 Fifth avenue SE, tojd police a "12 gauge shotgun, gun case, a .22 caliber rifle and a case were stolen from his afternoon while it was parked at 2739 Sixth street SW. Holiday Special Shampoo liv- ing room S10.95, bedroom Diamond Carpet George Hocker, describ- ing the difficulty of finding and identifying the' victims, said 'For about half of the bodies you can recognize is a human." He said the rest of the bodies were dismembered. Demos' Victory Dinner Slated Thursday Night A combination Christmas; vic- tory, and -recognition .dinner sponsored.by the'Jdnn County Women's club is scheduled Thursday evening ai the Cedar Rapids Elks club. Mrs. W.E. Jackson, club pres- ident, said a p.m. reception will be followed by a dinner at 7. Home Entered Charles Zapf, 3208 Franbrook terrace NW, told police a .22 caliber street NW, Saturday attended rifle-valued at and in the funeral of his mother, Emile Cornette, in Moline, 111. Lebanese pastry and foods sale. Islamic Center. Thursday 9 to 8 p.m. Call 362-0857. Adv. Stereo Stolen Kevin R Licht, 800 Sixth street SW, re- ported his stereo and headphones were stolen from his residence Saturday or Sun- day. Turner Retirement Dinner, Dec. 6, 1974, Draport Inn, p.m. Adv. Christmas Bazaar December 4, 9-4, Bethany Con; gregational Church, 1300 6th St. N.W.-Adv. DAV and Auxiliary J- Potluck supper and meeting Tuesday at p.m. at Memorial coliseum. Meat will be furnished; mem- bers are to take covered dish and table services. Scanomatic coin< viewer for collectors Jerome's, (open Adv. Radio Stolen Roy Iben, -2325 Lori drive SW, said a radio was stolen from his car Satur- day afternoon while it was parked at 521 Second street SE. "Look to the shop the Want Car Entered Tamara Noecker, -1957 Second avenue SE, said a radio was stolen from her car Sunday afternoon while it was parked at 400 Eighth street SE. Alateen Kenwood unit will change were stolen from his residence sometime 'between Friday and Sunday Holiday Party Equipment Buresh Rental. Adv. Cash'Missing Two persons reported money taken froiii their purses .while at a party 'at 2828 Hill Haven court SE Satur- day night. Tracey McGannon, 3856 Trailridge road re- ported missing, and Mary Feldhaus, 2055 Washington ave- nue SE, said was missing. Candy.lahd, 322 2nd Ave. SE, 11 to 9 Monday -Friday, 10 to 5 Saturday. Tie Giftree Open till 9 Monday through Friday, Satur- day until 5 p.m. Fine gifts, Christmas cards, toys. 700 7lh St. SE.-Adv. Home Ransacked Police reported thieves broke into the Ed Hoskins residence; at 825 Wellington street SE sometime after Nov. 23 and ransacked each room; pulling out drawers arid-dumping the contents'on the floor. Missing was in change. Man Dies Earnest Srp, 73, Camanche and'formerly of Cedar Rapids, died Sunday. Wednesday atn-.30 at St. Mark's 'Catholic 'church, Rose Hill cemetery. The. Snell-Smith funer- al home, Clinton, is in charge of arrangements. meet at p.m. Tuesday at Lovely Lane United Methodist church. Poll: 46% Doubt Ford On Economy NEW YORK (UPI) i- A Gal- lup poll conducted for News- week large magazine .indicates a number of Americans doubts President Ford's ability to deal with.the economy, anc 53 percent rate his leadership as fair to poor. .The poll, appearing in the magazine's Dec. 9 edition, also shows "that a majority favors wage and price controls and on government spend- curbs ing." The weekly newsmagazine reported that a telephone sur- vey of 760 persons showed that 46 percent had little or no con- fidence in Ford's ability to deal with economic problems while 42 percent said they had a "fair amount" of confidence and 9 percent said they had a "great deal" of confidence. The magazine said 36 per- cent of those questioned rated Ford's ability to lead as fair, 17 percent gave a poor rating, while 4 percent said he was doing an excellent job, 12 percent said very good and 26 percent said good. But a majority of the 76 per- cent who gave'an'opinion on a bid by Ford for the presidency in 1976 said they would like to' see him run. Forty-six percent were in favor of his candidacy while.30 percent said Ihey op- posed it. According to the poll, Amer- icans also feel inflation is a bigger problem than a reces- sion 'by. 59 'to 33 percent and favor "sharp restrictions on federal government spending" by 69 to 22 percent. They oppose .Ford's pro- posed income tax surcharge, 52 to 39 percent.- The poll also showed 81 percent said Ford was right in saying he would not consider a 10-cent a gallon' gasoline tax and IS percent disagreed. (Continued from Page 1.) altitude, air speed, heading, and said T. R. O'Brien, a safety board spokesman. "The flight record- er in the nose will hopefully have the last 30 minutes of con- versation between the crew and tower. TWA officials said relatives of the 85 'passengers seven crew ?members would be taken by bus Monday to a temporary morgue near the crash site to identify the remains. The .Mt. Weather search was hampered by driving rain, fog and winds gusting up to 40-50 miles an' hour, the% same weather conditions, that ,pre- vailed in the area'when the jet crashed a.m. GST. The flight had been scheduled to land at a.m. CST at Washington National airport, di- rectly across the Potomac river rom Washington, when air-traf- ic controllers diverted it to )ulles about 25 niles northwest. The diversion was ordered be- cause Dulles had runways sited hi various directions. National only has north-south runways. The manager of Dulles, Dexter Davis, said weather con- ditions .there wefe-Iiighly-unusu- al. "In the si_x years I've been here, a crosswind like this hasn't he said. The Federal Aviation Ad- ministration said there had been no unusual communications be- tween the plane's crew and air- traffic controllers, "just the rou- tine flight conversation." When the Dulles tower lost radar-contact-with the plane about a.m: CST local auth- orities were notified to begin a search. Two state troopers found the wreckage almost im- mediately. The plane sheared off tree tops as it plunged into the west side ..of the mountain, leading one person at the scene to com pare it to the work of a giant lawnmower. The plane then struck a rocky outcropping, caught fire, disin- tegrated and spewed over an area about the size of two foot- ball fields. The main wreckage cut a swath 60 to 70 yards wide for about a quarter of a mile. Loudoun county Medical Ex- State Rep. Mary O'Halloran (D-Cedar Falls) will be the speaker. Special guests will be Democratic incumbents and newly-elected county officials and legislators of Linn county. Special recognition will be given a number of Democratic women serving in political elec- tive or appointive posts. Reservations are required and should be made by dialing 363- 4967 in Cedar Rapids. Mills Spurns Pleas for Caution Pqe 1.) taf M article la the tA-Smity HenM Advertiser repritof vUll, He confirmed 'that he had appeared on stage after Miss Foxe told audience, "I'd like you to meet Mr. Mills, Mr. Mills', vthere, are Mills was led on stage and left minutes later, qrm 'in arm with the 38-year-old stripper. Mills, who appeared Sunday to have trou- ble with his .balance and asked for'a chair while being photographed, said lie was Bunder heavy sedation for a Heart condition. He said it was his second attack.' Asked about .his medication, he said, "I don't know what-it IS but it makes me The interview in the bare, brightly lit dressing room was conducted in the presence of Miss Foxe and her estranged husband, Eduardo Battistella. "This is Miss Foxe's husband, who's my Mills said. "He came at my re- quest." x -1 Baltlstella said he'had flowii from Wash- ington Friday with Mills in a private air- plane. Miss Foxe, whose real name is Annabel, and her husband repeatedly told Mills to be more guarded before a reporter. Mills said, gripping the re- porter's knee. "I y Asked, about 'Mills' apparent attachment to her, Miss Foxe said, "He has never en- joyed-life. He's been all time in politics People need companionship, and need friends'and they aren't easy to come by." Mills was quoted in the Herald Advertiser article as saying of his relationship with Miss Foxe, "There never was anything between us, as a lot of people tried to imply." Accident Results In Minor Injuries A one-car accident'early Sun- ay in the 2000 block treet SW injured one' person, ut not. seriously enough to re- uire hospital treatment. Richard Daly, 18, of 5450 Col- rado street SW, suffered a ead cut-when the car in which e was riding struck a light pole a.m. Sunday. Police said the car driven by Kent 16, of. 5640 Colorado drive SW, went out of control. Rommel Elected STUTTGART, West Germany (AP) Field Marshal Envin Rommel's son Manfred became Stuttgart's-new mayor Monday after winning a runoff election. by Tht Gazttte Co ana pudltnta aolly anil Sunday at 500 Third avt. SE, RopMi. lows Sicond etan postage paid at Raoldi; Iowa.. t "Subscription rates ?s cents o week By mall: Night Edltlan and Sunday flliues DJt a 00 a year Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues .13.15 a month, fclo.00a year. Other states and U.S. territories UO.DO a year. No Mall Subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use tor republlcalfon ot all the local news printed In this news- paper as well as oil AP news dispatches. Police Hunt Suspect In iStabbing at Party A 22-year-old man stabbed a a party early Monday was in serious condition at St. Luke's hospital intensive care ward fol lowing the incident. Police Check, House Breakins Cedar Rapids- police are in 'estigbting two breaking at resi- dences on Oklahoma avenue SW iver the holiday weekend.- John B. Bergeron, 54 Oklaho- ma avenue SW, reported some- me entered his home by prying a screen open on a kitchen win- ow. Taken in the breakin, which ccurred 1 between Wednesday nd Sunday, were a stereo, 120 worth of tapes, portable elevision, clock radio, jewel- box and man's ring worth miscellaneous items. John A. Haren, 70 Oklahoma venue SW, told police someone ntered his home between rednesday and Friday and :ole a rifle, a rifle, a 10 shotgun, and miscellaneous ems valued at Mark, Beltz, Wettwood drive NW, suffered a stab' wound In the lower abdomen while at a parly at the'home of Cheryl Loelfler, 22, of 135 Twen- tieth avenue SW. Police Mid Beltz was playing'. when he noticed another' man at. the party 'bothering', some girls. i Beltz reportedly'told the youth to leave them alone. The iwo argued, and then went out into' the hallway where Beltz was' stabbed with what was believed' to be a hunting knife, witnesses said. The other youth left irnmedi-" ately after the stabbing, and Beltz was taken to St. Luke's. Cedar Rapids police were con-' inulng their investigation into he incident, which occurred at a.m. Monday. 30 YEARS AGO An army ifficial called for additional war applies to American troops, who were already short by 40 jercent of the items they need- d. Read the Want Ads U.S. Congress Increases ES.L.I.C. Insurance I Each Saver's Funds Savers, hovv you have art even greater opportunityHb invest and earn our generous interest rates...and have your funds'fully insured. The.U.S. Congress just authorized the Federal Sayings arid Loan Insurance..Corporation' to increase the insurance of each saver's funds from saver-has ever lost a dollar in a savings account insured by this permanent Government Agency. 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