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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 8A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., August 28, 1974 I Pension Change Spurs lls Charged Hiqh Ranking Retirees With Murder ^    +*    STF.PHKNV1T.I.K Texas TAP) Convict Duo UdalI Tests Prospects For Presidential Bid WASHINGTON (Alo — Democrats were urging Udall to ex-STEPHENVILLE, Texas (AP)loeratic Rep. Morris Udall is plore a presidential bid. WASHINGTON (AP) — An I month, a colonel or navy cap-!-Murder charges have been spending his weekends travel-! Udall said he believes house unusually large number of se- tain about $37 a month for life. filed against two Colorado state • t}]c country and scouting his! Democrats could give him a nior military officers are hurry-1 Eligible lower-ranking officers prison escapees who survived a _    .    tj    .*    jri,    solid power base if they uniting to retire to avoid a loss inland enlisted men also would be I hail of police bullets after a!l*”b PrcsKleni 31 1X1US-    ed behind him because of pension incomes.    affected, by smaller amounts. three-day crime spree in Texas ‘Theres a great vacuum out t,)eir |nf]uence |ocaj del- Pentagon figures show that at I Some oflicials said the ex- and New Mexico.    there,    the    Arizona    congress    j pgaje . selecting Democrats least 1,817 generals, admirals, j traordinary increase in retire- A third convict, Richard Man-}'™?1 £ ,in , ie}V •. ,° across the country, colonels and navy captains put Iments will rob the services of gum. 22. of Denver was killed; y,no'vs vv.la ooh” of ^ille Pe *s avvare of the difficulty in their retirement papers this; many valuable officers. But it m the fusillade north of this! ® .,    I    of getting such unity in the summer. This is a 76 percent    also may create some new    room    central Texas city on Monday °P^n    crisscross    of    Democratic    poli- increase over last year.    for promotions and help Pen-night.    I    ®°*    moro    than    a    dozen week-; ties, he said. The surge in retirements is tagon manpower authoiuies in Dist. Atty. Bob Cdasgow of st) far I dall has set out Meanwhile, he said, hell contin? result of a technical hitch in I scaling down the officer corps to Erath county said Dalton Wil-f()r sx>mc nevy section of the t|nue ^ weejcen(j (rjpS) pri. sharply reduced post- Hams, 29, Snyder, Texas, and country to make himself known mariiy speaking at fund-raising Vietnam armed forces.    .    Jerry Ben Ulmer, 22, Garland, ifo Democrats and size up dinners and rallies for Demo- The Pentagon reported    that iTexas, were charged    with the!™8 Prospects.    cretic    candidates    and    at    party 162 generals and admirals had murder of Mrs. Ray Ott, a resi-    Too    Early    J conventions. Five more swings By retiring belore    Oct.    I, a    cratered their intentions    to re-    dent of the county, general or admiral    can    saveUi^ ae nf a n1rtnth ntTn    Last    Mrs. Ott was killed    on Satur-1 the law controlling retirement [jt pay rates. Can Save himself as much as $203 He said ifs too early to tell °«;r {J* next nm months Wl11 are getting out of uniform, com- tire as of a month ago. Last! Mrs. ott was kilted on Satur-j”~    "    I take him to Florida, Pennsyl- a year, three weer 93 such retire- day. one of two persons officers    /    '    vania, Colorado, New Mexico, ments around tho same time. said were slain by tilt* ttiree “ sort of stage one. see- chicago, Kansas City, Wiscon-\ total of 68 army generals escaped convicts as they made    Hie    eH«rt    is    worthwhile,    sjn an(J california. their way through the state be said.    j{e ^as no campaign organi- and has not ampaign mon-ivel cost is ast 24 in    1973    rancher T. L. Baker, 65, who    course, thats next door to Ken- paid    by    people who invite him _    was shot in front of his ranch    nedy.”    out    to    speak. The name of Senator Bedward j - Iact0    urday.    Kennedy of Massachusetts P(arn|||pr Cl A Turkey has rejected the Sovi- ’    tho    orvices    Po,ice    say    the    three    convicts,    comes up a lot when Udall    JL/A et proposal for an 18-nation con-i ‘ cs mc ,    .who escaped from the Colorado talks about his exploratory pres-1 ference on the future of Cyprus. ?r.e... '““8 J'855    c?l#nfS ,    Prison at Canon City last Thurs- S, Up    S arp \    rlnv alen U’aiindnW fi„A ntlim Turks Reject •ill    n ired with 37 last year The air!bunting down witnesses who tes- "I spent two days in New zation, he said, an Soviet I dee    force luted 49 retiring generals against two of them. Hampshire and I got ti good re- started raising cam| as against 26 last year. the navy The ot!ler victim was Rotan copt ion there, he said. Of.ey. Most of the tra On Cyprus Bv Associated Press 35 admirals again? and the marine corps IO goner- . als compared with sis a sear house 'n West Texas early Sat- Meanwhile, the Greek Cypriot ™„v'l government asked for a U.N. Security Council meeting to discuss the plight of the 200.000 Greek Cypriots reported driven from their homes by the conquest of the northern third of the island. Foreign minister Tran Gunes told the Soviet ambassador to Turkey that the proposed parley — which include the 15 members of the Security Council plus Greece. Turkey and Cyprus — might set a precedent for unwarranted Security Council interference. It also might prolong negotiations, Gunes added. 938 last summer and fall. Entire Structure William Brehm, the Pentagon manpower day, also wounded five other persons and raped two New Mexico women. idential effort. He says that if Kennedy does not seek the Democratic presidential nomination it is open to all comers. ies o Sue Los Angeles For $15 Million chief, has told congress his office is studying the entire service structure to make sure there are not too many officers. ‘The services are confronted Auto Collision Rep air Courses Set at Kirkwood LOS ANGELES (AP) - Familia oven if Kennedy does llcs of ,w0 Symbiote Libera-not run. Udall is competing tlon Arni>' (SLA) members against better-known Demo- killed last May in a gun battle cratic prospects and at least with police asked the city of Los two of them already are j Angeles for more than $15 mil-spending more money and traveling harder than he is. ules around the country bo they can decide whether to announce candidacies. Kennedy has said publicly he would like to be President but lion in damages Tuesday. The claims were filed on behalf of the families of Donald j DeFreeze, the SLA’s “general field marshal,” and William! Wolfe, the man fugitive newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst declared her love for in a tape recording released after the shootout. Each of the claims asks $5 million in damages for ‘ the oppressive, malicious and willful manner” in which death oc-; curred. Each also seeks $2.5; million for the loss of the victim’s companionship and $250,000 for pain and suffering to the deceased. DeFreeze’s family also seeks $2,500 for fu- , Two evening classes in basic, with the difficult task of scaling aut0 collision repair will be of-    Senators    Jackson    of    Washing- down a relatively large career j fered this fall at Kirkwood Com-    ton    and    Mondale    of    Minnesota force which has been main- rnunity college.    have fund-raising committees .tained since 1951 and substan- q^e two identical courses will financing heavier travel sched-, bally expanded to meet require- begin meeting &pt 3 and ^ j ments for the Vietnam war, 8. Both classes will meet twice I Brehm said.    j    weekly from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in “Time and a period of stabile the Kirkwood auto collision rely are necessary to achieve a;pair shops at Linn    hall. Each,_________________________ Gunes reiterated his govern-; balance of age, experience and; class will include 30    hours of in- j that    doesn’t    mean    he’ll    run ment’s position that the future grade in a smaller force ...” struction.    I    r t rf n of Cyprus must be decided in Among other things, the Pen- Instructor will be John Field, i    °Un    6 U negotiations between the Greek tagon has proposed legislation Tuition will be $21 per person. Senators Muskie of Maine and and Turkish Cypriot communi-j that would give the service sec- Kirkwood also offers a full-1 Humphrey of Minnesota express ties along with Turkey, Greece ! rotaries power to order the re- time day study program in autojn° interest but such well known and Britain, the guarantors of tirement of colonels, lieutnant collision repair. The evening names can’t be counted out. 1 Cypriot independence under the colonels, navy captains and couses this fall will be the last AI1 those men are senators island’s 1960 independence commanders who lack promise non-credit evening classes onan(i one of the premises of treaty.    and fail to perform    the subject scheduled until late I Atoll's effort is that there is The U.N. high commissioner    - in 1975.    j    no    reason    why    a    house member ncral expenses.__ for refugees, Prince Sadruddin fx-Leftist Nazi Chief Persons interested in enrolling with the same legislative back-    Knnttnr    Mirrip<T Aga Khan, completed a six-day    n    Q    -..    should telephone 398-5546 at ground and leadership talent    ‘    ‘    *    ( inspection of the refugee situa- vJitO Dtrasser, UieS KirkWOiHl. Registration can be can’t be Pres dent.    TAR    HILLS,    N.    J. (Al) — tion on Tuesday and flew back MUNICH, West Germany accomplished in advance, or at ^at was nbout how Reps.    I Senator    Williams    (D-N.J.)    was to Geneva to issue a plea for (AP) — Otto Strasser, 76, a the first class meeting Sept. 3 David Obey ad Henry Reuss,    married    to    Mrs.    Jeanette    Smith international help.    leader of the left wing of the    and Oct. 8.    both    of    Wisconsin,    put    it when    on Saturday    evening    in    a    gar- Turkish troops in northern    Nazi party until Hitler purged---‘they    announced    in    .May    that    den ceremony.    Both were    mar- Cyprus rounded up hundreds of him in 1930, died Tuesday. An 20 YEARS AGO — Soviet Hiey and 28 other house Demo- ried previously and divorced. Greek Cypriot men on Tuesday exile from 19113 until 1955, he papers complained that the U.S. I for interrogation, and a Turkish    made an unsuccessful attempt    failed to grant    visas    to    a    group j officer said those who were    to found a new national socialist    of Russian    students    to    attend    al “soldiers in civilian clothes” or party on his return, and spent congress of the U.S. National! members of the EOKA-B un-his last years in obscurity. Students Association    at Ames. derground army would be sent-- —- to Turkey as prisoners of war. #    , Nine buses and six army trucks packed with the prison-] ers traveled through the Kyre-nia mountains under heavy guard to an interrogation center near Nicosia. The men were rounded up in villages inside the Turkish lines as their families watched anxiously. Aussie Physician To Move +0 U. S. For Lighter Tax MELBOURNE. Australia (AP, — A country doctor with a thriving practice said Wednesday he Is emigrating to America because Australian taxes are “bloody crippling.” Dr. Alan Baird, 38-year-old father of five, said he will take up a surgical post at a hospital in Syracuse, N Y , on Oct. I. Baird has been the general practitioner in Culcairn, 220 miles northeast of Melbourne, and 1,150 of the community’s 1.200 residents signed a petition pleading with him to stay. “Because of our trust in you as our medical adviser, we im-! plore you to reconsider any plans to leave the district,” they said. But Baird said that for the last IO years he has worked a 15-hour day, treating patients scattered over an area of GAW) square miles, anc ne only clears about $14.WK) a year after taxes. “I'm bloody tired of going cap in hand to the bank each April Fool s day for a come tax,” th< “The taxation system in 1 country is such that if a rn a success he is at once a ure.” Baird said he visited the last year and found “incomes higher, taxes less and — believe it or not — a bloody lower cost of living. Australia has just out-priced itself.” Everything our label says our whiskey says smoother. oan to pay in doctor said, stem in this ill is fail- U.S american blended whisj IO YEARS AGO - The Iowa president of the National Farmers Organization said that one Iowa meat packing company bad signed with the NFO and two other companies were co operating on an experimental ins is. Smooth as Silk Kessler Now the third largest selling American whiskey. 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Description Price $7.95 62 Pink, polyester plush.................. $5.95 sq. yd. $5.95 26 Candy stripe, loop nylon.............. $3.95 sq. yd. $10.95 31 Gold and brown, carved nylon........ $5.95 sq. yd. $9.95 53 Beige/green shag nylon ............... $4.95 sq. yd. $8.95 24 Blue, tweed shag nylon............... $5.95 sq. yd. $6.95 157 Blue, carved nylon pile $4.95 sq. yd. $8.95 140 Lt. and dk. green shag nylon $5.95 sq. yd. $6.95 128 Gold, carved nylon pile $4.95 sq. yd. $7.95 64 Green and white, patterned nylon — $4.95 sq. yd. $6.95 40 Red, patterned loop nylon..... ...... $4.95 sq. yd. $7.95 32 Brown and white, patterned nylon — $4.95 sq. yd. $10.95 121 Brown, random shear nylon pile $7.95 sq. yd. $8.95 96 Bright green, patterned 501 nylon____ .. $4.95 sq. yd. $11.95 115 Sunset, thick shag nylon pile........ $7.95 sq. yd. $12.95 133 Beige and brown, dense plush........ $7.95 sq. yd. $13.95 41 Blue/green, heavy carved shag...... $7.95 sq. yd. $12.95 134 Deep brown, plush nylon pile $7.95 sq. yd. $6.95 IOO Blue and brown, random shear........ $7.95 sq. yd. $13.95 71 Blue/green, very dense carved shag . $7.95 sq. yd. $9.95 76 Mist green, carved Kodel pile ........ $6.95 sq. yd. $6.95 25 Gold, carved nylon pile $3.95 sq. yd. $8.95 62 Blue, carved nylon pile $5.95 sq. yd. $5.95 38 Candy stripe, nylon loop.............. $3.95 sq. yd. $10.95 32 Deep green, random shear nylon...... $5.95 sq. yd. $15.95 77 Blue, plush Antron nylon............ $6.95 sq. yd. $10.95 25 Light green, random shear Antron..... $5.95 sq. yd. $15.95 64 Gold, plush Antron nylon.............. $6.95 sq. yd. $11.95 106 Green and white, dense plush nylon . $6.95 sq. yd. $8.95 118 Mist green, carved nylon pile . $6.95 sq. yd. $11.95 41 Red and brown, dense plush nylon..... $6.95 sq. yd. $10.95 34 Copper, carved shag nylon pile....... $6.95 sq. yd. $11.95 132 Gold, heavy shag plush nylon pile $6.95 sq. yd. $7.95 28 Yellow, patterned loop nylon pile $4.95 sq. yd. $9.95 117 Gold, carved Acrylic pile............. $6.95 sq. yd. $7.95 32 Avocado, carved lylon pile $4.95 sq. yd. $9.95 128 Silver green, carved Acrylic ........... $6.95 sq. yd. $7.95 137 Gold, carved nylon pile $4,95 sq. yd. $6.95 81 Rust, carved nylon pile $4.95 sq. yd. 7.95 38 Moss green, carved nylon pile $4.95 sq. yd. $6.95 122 Bright green, carved nylon pile $4.95 sq. yd. Room Size Carpetings Reg.    Sale Description    prjce    prjce Green/orange, loop nylon......... $ I 36.50    $69.95 Bright gold, shag nylon............. $ I I 9.95    $69.95 Maize gold, loop nylon w/foam  $176.50    $89.95 Solid gold, carved nylon............$1 26.50    $69.95 Silver sand, plush Antron........... $254.00    $94.95 Mist green, carved plush ........... $271.50    $109.95 Avocado, carved nylon pile  $1 19.95    $59.95 Gold, commercial, loop wool.......$349.95 $129.95 Bronze shag nylon pile............. $90.00    $49.95 Black/gray, commercial loop........$267.50    $89.95 Blk./wht./brown, shag nylon $1 16.50    $59.95 Orange tones, shag nylon pile..... $148.95    $59.95 Dense green, plush nylon pile ......$1 27.50    $59.95 Blue/green, kitchen print........... $87.00    $39.95 Mint shag plush nylon pile . ...    .,$139.95    $79.95 Orange/green, kitchen print ...... $158.50    $79.95 Red, tweed shag nylon pile...........$64.84    $39.95 Stock No. Size ^367 12x12’ ^245 12x1 1’5” ^353 I 2x1 6'4” 2:956 12x1 1*5” 2:331 12x1 17” 2:352 12x11 3” 2:362 12x11’3” 2:857 I 2x1 2'8” 2:236 I 2x9’4” 2:789 I r9Mxl5'3" 2:580 I 2x9’3” *378 12x152” 2:316 I I ’3”x8’4” 2269 I 2x7’8” 2997 I 2x10 5” 2385 12x149” 2341 I 2x7’2” 2330 12x157” 2290 1 2x8’5” 2342 12x6’ 2372 12x9’ 2377 I 2x1 2'6” 2303 I 2x12 3” #189 co OO X 0 cs 2371 12x147” 2274 9x15’ 2343 12x1210” 2SPO 12x16’ 2392 12x12 2245 12x15 7” 2210 I 2x6’6” 2195 12x8’ #962 I 2x10'8” *393 12x1 7'6” #394 12x10’4” *395 12x126” #396 12x10’ *397 12x1 3'3” Ivory, Antron plush nylon $336.00 $129.95 $59.95 $29.95 $49.95 $59.95 $60.95 $79.95 $89.95 $89.95 $84.95 Olive/blue, carved shag nylon $1 19.50 Brown, plush nylon pile.............$11 2.00 Red/black, loop nylon w/foam...... $97.50 Olive, shag nylon w/foam..........$1 I 2.50 Black/green, commercial loop  $147.50 Bronze, tip sheared nylon pile $ I 84.50 Brown/black, carved Acrylic........$ I 96.50 Plum, commercial loop..............$254.00 Orange, commercial plush..........$238.00 Red/orange, pattern plush wool $475.00    $299.95 Blue, Antron plush nylon............$255.20    $119.95 Avocado, carved nylon pile  $162.95    $29.95 Orange, shag twist nylon pile ...... $89.95    $39.95 Olive/aqua, shag wool pile  $142.50    $39.95 Gold, plush wool pile...............$1 79.50    $79.95 Gold shag nylon pile w/foam $162.21    $89.95 Gold, carved plush Acrylic ......$21 8.00    $109.95 Green, plush nylon pile.............$ I 99.20    $119.95 Green and orange, carved Acrylic . $1 46.07    $59.9* Blue, shag nylon pile............... $1 40.47    $79 95 Many, many more, all too numerous to mention. 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