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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Fell. ft. 1974 Society for Women First Artificial Features Shoulder Mayor's Wife Phones Home, Reports So/e By Robert Gunnison SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Ma jr Joseph L. Alioto’s wife, j mysteriously missing since Jan. 20, telephoned home late Monday, said she was safe and promised a family reunion. The call to the worried California gubernatorial candidate! came only a few hours after her disappearance from the swank resort at Palm Spring;, was made public. Outside of saying that “the family will be reunited” Tuesday, Mayor Alioto's office declined to give further details or say where the call originated. Mrs. Alioto, 58, the former Angelina Genaro of Dallas, was last seen at a resort cottage where she had gone with her son. Lawrence, and his wife, Ann, to join the mayor at a campaign appearance. When the rest of the family returned to San Francisco, Mrs. Alioto, with her luggage in a rented car, said she was head-' ing for a resort hotel rather than remain alone in the cottage. Public Not Told -UPI Telephoto She said she would return to San Francisco no later than; Jan. 27. But then she vanished. Within five days the mayor called Police Chief Carl Huls-' lander in Palm Springs, asking that a watch be kept for the    ★    ★    ★ missing automobile and his five- GALESBURG, Mich. (UPll -foot, 115-pound wife.    ,    .    ..    ...    .    ,, A missing persons bulletin A llke mothcr' l,ke dauSh,er was issued to California, Ari-'*eam handles the U.S. mail in zona, Nevada, New Mexico and post offices in Galesburg and Texas, but the public was not Hickory Corners, Mich. Some-informed. Mother-Daughter Postmasters Mother-daughter postmasters of area towns in southwestern Michigan, are, at left, Mamee McCarty, postmaster of Hickory Corners, with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Jackson, postmaster of Galesburg. At age 28, Mrs. Jackson is believed to be one of the youngest postmasters in the country. This Week's Quotable W omen Some hint of the mayor's concern cropped up when Alioto canceled four campaign appearances and an appointment about city business with Navy Secretary John Warner. By the Associated Press Here are some quotable from women during the times the two women add a friendly personal touch. Mrs. Carl Jackson, 28, is the newly appointed postmaster at quote; Galesburg. She had been assis- week: tant postmaster and acting post-    „ .    ,. .. J u t u • *    4    Demanding    is artistic. It master before her appointment .    ,    , Two San Francisco police in- was made permanent recently. doesn ( mean you re a witch or spectors, working on their own Her mother, Mrs. Mamee Mc- >ou re showing off your tem-time but paid by the wealthy Carty, is postmaster at Hickory perament. I ve refused when I mayor, repeatedly combed the Corners. The Galesburg post of- was Put into an impossible re-l’alm Springs area.    fice serves about 1,500 families hcarsal situation. The artist has Mrs. Alioto, successful busi- and the Hickory Corners office a r*£ht 1° "hat is right. It s you ness woman with an antique about 650 families.    that’s standing out there in your shop specializing in expensive Mrs. McCarty took over the costume and wig, not the cos-French furniture, was treated Hickory Corners post office fume designer or wig maker. If Jan. 17-18 at a Palm Springs after her first husband, Roger -vou 1°^ hideous in a jct black medical clinic because of back Davis, father of Mrs. Jackson, why should you wear one? pains.    retired    in    1967. She since remar-    1 ve    to places and been ne(j    told    they’d heard I wouldn’t Condition Not    Serious    wear    a wjg jhafg not true    at Her    condition was not    consid-    Above    and    Beyond    aj| j    wear wjgS ^ut yQU cred    serious and    Dr.    Joseph    Both post    offices    are small insist    on things being right.” Morreale said she had been “in enough so that the two women opera sinner Frederica excellent spirits ... very conge-can give service above and Von Stade nial ... we laughed and joked beyond the mail delivery.    * * * • • •    “I    used    to have one customer They hnve five sons, 3 dnuyh* call and ask if there w&s 3 let* they never even considered tor and ll grandchildren.    ter in her box from a certain a woman for deputy mayor or a party. If there was, she would superagency chief. When he CORRECTION    ask me to read it over the The Belles ’n’ Beaux \alen- phone,” Mrs. McCarty said, citing one Von Stade tine square dance event will take place Friday instead of Sunday as reported in the Sunday Gazette. The Gazette regrets this error. q\C1 U/fg. To Fit Any Decor CEDAR RAPIDS PAINT 509 3rd Av*. SC PhofMf 393-9634 * L the rest a damn »f his lot of example. Fish Fry? “Some people call to inquire if there is to be a fish fry that evening or the name of the fire chief or make similar requests,” she said. The post office phone and the McCarty phone were on the same line in her home, where the office is, but she recently put in a separate line so she can eat a meal without interruption. “We are going to get a separate building for the post office and I won t be able to step from my living room into my business office,” she said starts naming commissioners them better be women.” Councilwoman Carol Greit-zer (l)-N.Y.), speaking about avor Beamers promise of Me or Beame's December rn for top i st ration. 4    * hire > in h mon is ad- “People are afraid, I guess, of the books that change the traditional roles Our survey showed that if girls were called tomboys. their mothers said, ‘Its just a phase.’ But if boys were sissies, their mothers be-determined to teach them a man. They were very ive about what they be effeminate traits Greitzer Dressing herself unaided is a major victory these days for Mrs. Velma Powell of Harvey, III. Until the pioneer operation last fall which implanted the first total shoulder artificial bone joint in her right shoulder, Mrs. Powell was crippled with arthritis and unable to move her arm. The prosthesis, which is said to be the first successful American dosign for total shoulder replacement, was developed by a team of orthopedic surgeons at Chicago's Michael Reese medical center. SWS****. UPI Telephoto eel JU. •J By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: The barking dog problem can be solved and very easily. Our neighbors simply would Postel-H ubbell Wedding Sunday Miss Cheryl Ann Hostel, daughter of Mrs. Joyce E. Pos-! tel, 1315 Center Point road NE J and Robert J. Paste!, 112 Will ! man street E, Hill Watha, and' Michael Curtis Hubbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Hubbell.! 3703 F avenue NW, exchanged marriage vows Sunday at Cen-! tral Park Presbyterian church. The Rev. Allen S. Van Cleve officiated at the 3 o’clock ceremony. Vera Pastel was her sifter’s bridesmaid, and David Hubbell! was his brother’s best man. The bride’s gown of lace over ivory polyester knit featured an empire bodice with a square neckline and cap sleeves. She carried a bouquet of white and blue daisies. The gown was sheer! Calendar of Events not believe that their dog, which I they kept outside on a chain day and night, barked and howled constantly when they were not home. Our patience grew thin. I especially on Sundays w hen j they drove of f somewhere for I the entire day. One Sunday we put our tape recorder out under our bedroom mums I window and made a two-hour bridesmaid’s recording of the canine concert, blue with white flocking and .she I When they returned after their carried a nosegay of white j Sunday sojourn we hid the re- mums and blue daisies, corder in our bushes, locked our    *    4    * patio gates, turned up the vol- The bridal couple will reside j ume and went to the movies. at the F avenue address The ] In two days the dog had dis- bridegroom is awaiting assign- | appeared.    I    merit with the air force. TRANQUIL IN TUCSON    - DEAR TRANQUIL: This may MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER not have helped your friendship HONORS KIM ME\ ELS with those neighbors, hut it cer A miscellaneous bridal shower tainly did improve the neigh- was given Sunday afternoon j borhood.    honoring Miss Him Me vers. I ♦    4    4    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron- DEAR ABBY: This is for ald Meyers, 283 Lewellen drive | “Agape in Colorado” -the |NW. Twenty-five guests attend- I problem the gentleman had in Ihe event which was hosted j wondering how he could tell a!by Mrs. Dean Kuhse, 201J ll av- | lady who was wearing a pant-|pnue NE, and Mrs. Michael | suit that her fly was open. We Weidlirw. The bride elect and have a simple solution for that i hor fiance, Tim McLoud, .son of j problem. When my sometimes Mr. and Mrs. David McLaud, j forgetful seven-year-old son is 11®®® Zika avenue NW, will be j seen in that state, we just say, niarried March 16. “XYZ,” which is a signal mean-! ing, “Examine Your Zipper.” Include the price for faster j results when you advertise in I the Classified Ads! Editor’s Note: The days of several of the events listed in last Sunday's calendar of events column were inadvertently omitted. Following is the corrected list. Wednesday Piano Concert: Four-hand piano concert by Prof. Marc Taslitt and Dr. G U. Pro at Peoples Unitarian church at 8. Concert: University of Iowa orchestra at 8 at Hancher auditorium. Thursday Film: “The Worship of Nature”, part of the civilisation series at 7 and at 8:30 in room 105, Hickok hall. Coe college. Saturday Recital: Allan Roberts, vocal, at Daehler-Kitchin auditorium at Coe. Sunday V’ 9th Symphony: Cedar Rapids Youth Symphony at 3 at Washington senior high school. Recital: Tim Baldwin, trombone, at 4, Daehler Kitchin auditorium. Jo JUE J •} Rib tickler. DOTTIE KING DEAR DOTTIE: Thanks for an A-OK suggestion. 4    4    9 Problems? You’ll feel better if you get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 697(81, Los Angeles, Calif. 96069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope, please. For Ahby’s booklet, “* ow To Have a Lovely Wedding,” send Si to Abigail Yan Buren, 132 Ensky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. No bones about it, coffee glazed ribs ’n kraut is a great winter classic. Especially when served with a pot o’ beans to satisfy cold weather appetites. 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