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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 12

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Thursday, May 7, 1970
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Become Brides IISGOUNT RATE DENIALS TOLD WASHINGTON D.C. (AP) Eight separate inquests for increases- in the Federal Reserve's -discount rate were urned down last year after the most recent boost was ap proved, the board said Wednesday in its annual report to .Congress, Between May 22 and July 24, the Federal Reserve banks of St. Louis. Mo.; Chicago, ill.; Boston Mass.; and Mrs. Michael Bullis Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday by Jeri Lee Mayer, 3528 Thirty-eighth st., and Michael R. Bullis in ceremonies at Wesley United Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr, and Mrs. Richard Mayer of Keota, and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bullis, 2539 Arthur ave. Mrs. Bullis is employed by Iowa Methodist Hospital. Mr. Bullis is employed by United Parcel Service^ The couple will be at home at the Thirty- eighth street address. Mrs. Hal Gilchrist Jane Ann.Alcorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Alcorn, 4036 Forty-second-St., enchanged wedding -vows with Hal N. Gilchrist, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gilchrist of Walker in ceremonies Friday at Westminster United Presbyterian Chureh. Mrs. Gilchrist is a senior at the University of Iowa college of nursing. Mr. Gilchrist. has been employed by Iowa Electric Co. at Cedar Rapids. After a trip to Pennsylvania the couple will live in Iowa City. * •* • ' Miss Skow to Wed A July 25 wedding Is planned by Karen Kay Skow, 3451 Grand ave., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Skow of Gilmore City, and Calvin A. Martin of Fort Dodge, son of v Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martin of Fontanelle. Miss Skow is a graduate of American Institute of Business and is employed by H_awJk_e y_erSecurity—State- " BankrHer fiance is manager of Cook Paint and Varnish in Fort Dodge. Miss Skow ralslng the key rate they charge for short-term loans to commercial banks. The unsuccessful attempts bad not been made public before. Most of ? the- requests were based on reasoning similar to that used by directors of the St. Louis bank, which is something of a maverick among the 15 regional institutions. The report said the banks saw "little evidence of change ' in economic indicators to suggest a lessening of current inflationary pressures," and believed a one per cent .boost from the 6 per cent rate "mighi help to convince the public that the Federal Reserve was serious in resisting the inflation and might therefore help to re duce inflationary expectations and hasten a turnaround in interest rates." The St. Louis hank puts more emphasis on the role of the money supply In determining the course of the economy than do the other regional banks. The seven-man board in Washington approved- the last discount rate increase on Apr. 4, 1969, when 11 of the 12 -banks asked that it be raised-to-6~per ASK AID FOR TRUCK FIRMS CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Tele- Veishea Queen Joyce Ann Stout, daughter of Mr. and_Mrs. J. 0. Stout of, rural Char it on, was crowned Veishea Queen at Iowa State University Wednesday night during opening ceremonies for Veishea. Miss Stout, a sophomore, was Homecoming Queen last fall. Her attendants for Veishea weekend are Sharon Tholi of Palos Heights, HI., and Pam Burt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Burt of rural Rowan. Veishea activities continue through Saturday. grams firms Went out throughout to trucking the nation Wednesday seeking millions of dollars to aid hard-pressed Chicago-area truck companies beset by a strike-lockout; Directors of Trucking Employers Int. (TED, the national bargaining arm of the carriers, voted Tuesday night to set up the assistance fund . With the hope of attracting $1 SOVIET PILOTS TOPIC IN TALKS WASHINGTON, D.d. (REUTERS) —• The United States Wednesday expressed its concern to the 'Soviet government about the possible presence of Russian pilots itt the Middle, and parts of I East, U.S. officials disclosed. I The U.S. ambassador in Mos.--i Icow, Jacob Beam, expressed Teachers* Strike the American view during Leader Jailed BOSTON, MASS". (AP) - The is to be repaid — are yet to be worked but. More than 600 of the 700 Chicago truck companies of at least moderate size are participating in the five-week strike- lockout, the industry spokesman said. ' Wildcat drivers strikes, continued in St. Louis, Mo., Los Angeles, Calif., New England! cent from It went to 5% per cent from 5 J /4 per cent in December, 1968. Miss Schuster Marries Karen Suzanne Schuster, daughter of Mrs. V. Robert Schuster, 2025 Thirty-ninth st., and the late Mr. Schuster, was married Saturday at Grace United Methodist Church, to Bruce Edward Kubik, 335 Forest ave. He is the son of Mr.* and Mrs. Edward Kubik of Hudson. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, BilFBowen of~Councir Bluffs. Mrs. Kubik attended Simpson College at Indianola. She is employed by Iowa Lutheran Hospital. Mr. Kubik was graduated from United Electronics-Institute in West Des Moines. He is employed by Mosler-Strauss Division of Mosler Safe Co. The couple will live at 4003 Seventy-sev- ~enth~st:~~ ?urns to Death At Council Bluffs (The Register's Iowa News Service) COUNCIL BLUFF^IA. - A 3-year-old Council Bluffs man urned to death'Tuesday night a nursing,h6me here. Harry Kirk died about 6:30 m. at/young's Rest Home af- e r/apparently dropping a latch or burning pipe tobacco ito. the cuff of his bib overalls, ire Chief Norman Elgin said irk was dead when firemen rived. InFineS^ape You're in fine shape summer '70. Pattern 4811: New Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, Size 12 (bust 34). This A-line easy to sew. Pattern 7090: Sizes 10, 12, 12 (bust 34). skimmer is New Misses' 14, 16. Size For dress pattern No. 4811, send 75 cents (coins) to The Des Moines Register, P.O. Box 131, Old Chelsea. Station, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10011. For needlecraft pattern No. 7090, send SO cents (coins) to The Des Moines Register Needlecraft Department, P.O. Box 127, Old Chelsea Station, NE|W YORK, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address, zip code, style number and size, 'if needed. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. TO STUDY FATE OF 'RED' BOARD Frbm Th» lt«al»t«r'» Wmhlnaton Bureiu WASHINGTON, D.C. House Internal Security mittee will hold hearings soon on the future of the/Subversive Activities Control/Board, whose functions have x been almost eliminated by"court decision. " Committee member William Scherle // (Rep., la.) said the committee must decide whether {9 try- : tOramenduthe Subversive Com- BARNARD IN MANILA MANILA, PHILIPPINES REUTERS) - South African eart transplant pioneer Chris- aan Barnard arrived here Wednesday to attend a congress f world military surgeons. The prolonged strike-lockout of Chicago drivers has been stymied because of union demands of' .wage increases of $1,65 an hour over 39 months. Chicago Teamsters locals and the independent Chicago Truck Drivers' Union' bargain separately from the rest of the industry, which has tentatively settled for increases of $1.10 an hour over three years. The aim of the assistance fund apparently is to help Chicago carriers resist the $1.65 demands, which if granted could threaten the national settlement. ~~ A spokesman for TEI ,,-said $500,000 already • has 7 been, pledged to the fund arid more than $1 million is x e*pected~by the weekend. r / More than \,AW "of (he largast motor carriers in the nation have beerf solicited, he said. "There are Chicago-area companies that are hard- pressed." he said, "but with these funds in sight they'll continue to be hard pressed, but will remain firm" in continuing to resist union demands. He added that the funds would be disbursed on the basis of need, but that other details — including whether the money president of the striking Boston Teachers Union was sentenced to 30 days in jail and the union fined $4,000 Wednesday in Suffolk Superior Court after the union was found guilty of criminal contempt. Judge Harry Kalus told union president John P. Reilly bis sentence would be reconsidered if the teachers returned to work. Kalus also ordered the union, on strike since Friday, fined an additional $1,000 a day, starting Thursday/'for each day they continue'the strike. Eight other union officers ea6h were fined $500. meeting with the Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Vinogra- doyP Beam failed to .receive any satisfactory explanation of reports—that 1 - Soviet—pilots—were- flying MIG/plfmes for Egypt, officials said. The' conversation between Bealrt and the Soviet minister , Concerned only the Middle East and did not touch on the situation in Cambodia, the State Department announced. In the Mideast, nearly a dozen Kilusha rockets fired from yat Shemona, a town of 15,000 populated largely by immigrants, asleep shortly after midnight. • Wednesday, Israeli warplane^ attacked Egyptian artillery positions along the northerjrsector of the Sue* Gafial, the' military command in Tel x Aviv said. The Israeli'military command said an Israeli patrol killed atf Arab Infiltrator in a clash early Wednesday in the northern Jordan Valley. 'There were - no Israeli casualties, lie added. $Vt Jor da ni an military spokesmen said Israeli forces opened fire on Jordanian forces in the Telarbain region of the valley. , Lebanon girl and killed a wounded 17-year-old her father and sister in Qiryat Shemona in t h e northern Thursday, the Galilee military early command announced. The rocket attack caught Qir- An Arab identified as a terrorist was killed during a fight with Israeli 'security forces in the Gaza Strip, the Tel Aviv spokesman said. In a further incident in the Gaza Strip, eight Arabs were wounded when a grenade was thrown at a vehicle near Khan Yunis at' the southern end of the region, the spokesman said. BIOLOGY BROADCAST BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS (AP) - The first broadcast in Barbados' new educational television system, an hour of biology, went on»the air this week. Activities Control Act and strengthen the board or to repeal the law and cut off future funds. The U.S. Supreme Court recently refused to review a circuit court decision which said the main provision under which the board operates is . unconstitutional. The statute directs the board, upon petition from the attorney general, to identify members of HOUSEWIVES! A FREE GIFT FOR YOU How would you like to receive a beautiful stainless steel electric coffee maker valued at $44.95 and dinner for yourself and four other couples absolutely tree? No jingles to write nor puzzles to work. First received will qualify. Compliments of the Saladmaster People, 2902 S.E. I Oth. Fill in the coupon and mail to P. O. BOX 3137 DES MOINES, IOWA 50316 NAME ADDRESS CITY American Beauty Long Spaghetti The board currently has 15 petitions before it, asking that persons, some of whom allegedly were involved in campus disruptions, be declared Communists. Sources at the board and in the Justice Department say the petitions probably will be dismissed as a result of the court ruling. Tragedy Strikes Again For Iowa Logger, Family By a Staff Writer PERSHING, IA. — Jim Nash surveyed the smoldering ruins of his family's new home here Wednesday, wearily shrugged his shoulders and said, "It seems like you just can't win for losing." Nash, 30, his wife and two sons lost their home and almost all their belongings in a fire Wednesday — for the second time in two years. "It sure knocks the props out from under you," 4 MHnlOO he said. "We were just starting to get back on our feet from the other fire when this one hit." Cabinets Flamed Nashua self-employed logger, was home "alone when the fire broke out. He said that while cooking, breakfast. he left : the kitchen for a minute' and returned to find the cabinets above the stove in flames. Nash ran outside and stopped a passing motorist who summoned the Pershing volunteer fire department. The three-bedroom, ranch-style nome and most_of the family's belongings were beyond saving when firemen arrived. Cause of the fire is still being investigated. Nash estimated damage at about $28,000. He is not sure how much of the damage is covered by insurance. On Feb. 1, 1968, a fire caused by faulty electricaj wiring destroyed the Nash home on the same site. Just Remodeled "It was an old house, .but we had just finished remodeling it — all new furniture .and everything — when we were burned ' Prices In This Ad Are Effective Thursday, May 7 Thru Sun., May 10 At All Super Valu Stores In Des Moines, Ankejny—& JJrbajldaie,—-—~ ~ ' " Right to Limit Reserved. Grey • Regular • Hard To Hold VO-5 Hair Spray lO-oi. Can Toothpaste Pepsodent Family Size Tube 74 Gedney Gedney Whole Sweet Pickles 16-Oz. Jar ,OUt," Nash.. Insurance covered $13,000 of the $20,000 loss incurred in that fire. Nash, his wife, Judy, 26, and their sons, James, 8, and Jeffrey, 6, moved in with Mrs. Hash's parents, Mr. and.Mrs. Homer Six, here Wednesday. Their plans are indefinite. Grandee Thrown Stuffed Manzanilla Olives An all-time family favorite just got better. You'll discover all meat bologna by Nissen is really the best you can buy. It's another quality meet product by Nissen fast becoming Iowa's favorite. NISSEN PACKING CO., INC. Webster City, lowi 7-oi. 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