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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 The Cellar Rapids Gazette: Tues.. Jan. 15 1974 i Ray's 44-Point Program Listed! Courthouse and Sunday liquor: Operators Face Tax Counts on Massage Parlor Ehrlichman Practices Law With Environmental Focus I5y Gregg HerringlOH SEATTLE jout. Up this there haSjiiow more difficult, but 1 still ilichman, A (eitar Rapids man and a DBS MOINES Here, in ii gambling brief, are the 44 points in thejsales. 1974-75 program Gov. Robert Ray presented Tuesday to the Iowa legislature: 1. Cost-of-living pay raises of oul state stores. jCedar Hapids businesses. 6.5 percent for teachers, and' 42. Broaden the state's indus-i Melvin M. Yantis, 1710 Park other employes of public school trial revenue bond law. ]avemle SE doing busiiwss asi; districts, area schools andj 43. Empower the stale Hour Massagt, and i sales. a trust fund to help pay 41 Permit liquor sales man tave bec" dlal'gedifor bis legal expenses, is strug- He faces 10 civ.l Sims, as to the Cfcsed ri'T out t tajvith makinfi rctai] ale, to re-establish himself fcE" Smaller ,owa_communities witb-iareta, saies tax permit iiHwo'wiU, a in environmental affairs. Ehrlichman resigned as chief adviser to President burgla Ellsberg's psychiatrist. 1969-70 raged in Southeast Ehrlichman said thai, in subsequent months and into And the re-election campaign, Nixon DAW Kctirecs meal and business Totlucki Student Honored Jan Clem- meeting cut, 553'J Plainvicw drive NW, Thursday at the Ellis YMCA. The GKtrce January has been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at t'or- Sale. !ncll college in Ml. Vcrnon. Save up to 700 St. BE-! -Adv. there remains the potential forjrcversed public opinion and criminal charges really rolling legislatively New operator special with jtliis ad, Tuesday, Wednesday. Pub'lc Library Board of (Shampoo set -Mabcline 363- irustees will mtct Thursday aliyy boardof regents institutions and! mcrcc commission to prevent BJPR tne atergatc seanflats. to state employees, totaling second utility rate increase Answering Service, and. In addition lo Ins practice of ifremWatergalc-relaled probes, land obviously politically and on." million. from being put in under 'bond 2. An appropriation of S2.8iwhilc a first rate appli- million to meet non-payroll is pending. flationary costs of food and fuel u" in state institutions. 3. A 6.5 percent increase Eugene E. Ausustine. as lhc environmental field, Ehrlichman would not say; "I'm not willing to write off. lor of the same businesses, were! 44. Tighten the securities law; charged Monday afternoon. person i signed to deal Use de- on intra-state sales. in The informations were concents by an assistant Linn county at-j Ehrlichman said the group is aid to dependent children, total-1 Leach To Meet with ing million. 4. An increase in Title 19 Medicaid grants, totaling mil- lion. i Leach, Morney on the basis of a report not a firm and he is i from Robert Schreiber, area su- only attomev in ,hc Johnson GOP Umtlpwvuior for the Iowa depart- i ment of revenue. the But Adv. Executives Assn. Dale Saw- yer, division manager of the commercial department (o r Iowa Electric Light and Power, will speak Thursday at (Jcittuiom _ ji. HflOSCVClt ised in Washington last again over the period; Printing Crallsmen i n o t he labeled as untrue a Los of Hie next couple of he Cedar Rapids Club of House Craftsmen board meeting j Hickory smoked baibecued pm. in the of the main library. Best Rental Open 79 Ehrlichman has created a four- what he and special ability of 'he White House loiria-vs- s 5 Adv. prosecutor Leon Jaworski motion and initiative and; Angeles Times story that saidisa'd- ustML, Muiy ,mu MIU will be G-30 p m Wednefdav at ribs, shrimn and chicken served Khrlichman was oflercd a deal ..Extrcmc Score- in mr fnrmm'nhnn in _. ,i.. CORALV1LLE James A. S.; Republican candidate defendants are accused of "It is for purely educational ,c prosccutions. he said. in return for cooperation in Wa- ,.public suppor( js a vei.y fickj 7; 5. A special million appro I for nomination for First district J, A _____. i WIU (1 i making the taxable sales with-: a permit on Sept. 14. Current Activities Ehrlichman talked about his curity income. 6. A 3.5 million appropriation to cover federal fund losses in health sciences. 7. A one-time million ap- propriation to eliminate the 10 percent annual mileage deduc- tion limitation from the school foundation plan. (See story on page 4.) 8. A million additional ap- propriation (over last year's' for Iowa's open spaces program plus another million for conservancy. 9. A million additional conservation commission appro- priation for capital improve- ments plus million for lodge land acquisition at Rathbun state park. 10. A million to assure statewide educational television coverage. 11. A million appropri- ation for a research coal mine. 12. A million appropri- ation for a million meat lab and a architectural design center at Iowa State; million for a power plant addition at the University of Iowa. 13. alion ings, including million for an agriculture building and million in supplemental funds for a proposed general office building. 14. A million appropri- ation for an addition to the state liquor warehouse. 15. Repeal of the 3 percent sales tax on food and prescrip- tion drugs without raising addi- f' tional taxes to make up the million a year loss in revenue. 16. Creation of a department of transportation. 17. Lower speed limits to 55 miles per hour. 18. Adopt a land use policy. 19. Create a housing ty. 20. Revise the state's criminal code. 21. Modernize the delivery system for special education. 22. Set ceiling on consumer credit interest rate. 23. Adopt a workable bidding will be the guest i Sclu.cjbcr said investigation of currcnt activities and the dozen legal actions pending against two- son County Republi-jthc mattel.'bcgan a can central committee Thurs- day evening at the Carousel i Conference Center, Coralville, at to the county. (dale, but that sale of record on that (late was uncovered by the investigation. He said an investigation of sales at DCS Moinesl is him during an exclusive hour interview Monday. He said, "Knowing what I know about the facts" of the in his first enniDaien trio i.......... ".....i against him, "I think in HIM HIM parlors is still in1 progress. Precinct organization A summons to appear in mag i'ill be presented by Jeanne. istrate e0urt in is '-'........J of the' A million appropri- for administration build- owiinei unu ui tuu candidates committee will be served on Yantis by the Cedar Rapids police depart- given by Don A summons for Augustine Iowa Citian Charged i to be mailed to the Ankeny police department. Tavern TIFFIN Johnson Lawyers authorities report an alleged as-sult and battery and shot Challenge in Tiffin, Monday night. ANNAPOLIS (AP) Sheriff Gary Hughes said for former Marv Swenka, 34, of Iowa City allegedly engaged in a scuffle with the owner of Slim's plan to challenge before the state court of appeals a rec- ern, F. Grindstaff, about that he be barred Monday evening. Swenka practicing law in Mary- allegedly left the tavern fired a rifle several times court spokesman said a the air. j hearing could come as earlv Swenka has been charged February or early with assault and battery and charging fire arms within up on that electric gui- city limits. He is being Place a Classified Ad and Tuesday it sell! Kidnaped Youth Killed by Blow Thaf Fmcfured JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (AP) to tell him his son had The kidnaped son of a kidnaped and would be nent Jamestown physician unless ransom was from a blow to the head, jarently caused by a sharp strument, an autopsy caller phoned again night and repeated Police say 14-year-old threat, leaving instructions Ebersole, son of Dr. and where to leave the ransom, Glen Ebersole of the said. suburb of Lakewood, was ducted and held for left the money, som. ?20 bills wrapped in foil and The youth disappeared with brown paper, in a Tuesday after leaving home dry-docked behind an auto walk to a neighborhood on Thursday night. center. His body was found Ash of the FBI in Sunday, tied to a tree in snow-pnvorprl wnnrlc nhoilf said his agents staked nut fhp rlrnn-nff cnnl I've got good reason lo be op- timistic." Ehrlichman would not discuss his legal expenses but said in answer to a question: "There's a trust fun3 that has been created. Some people have come forward in order to help i'joard, Adv. j Ehrlichman said he still ex-idowns. Congressional reaction is. Fun and Games, All Saints Birthright "Abortion Is Not peels the White House tapes !m'y volatile. The moods of the' Parish, every Wednesday, the Answer lo Marital Prob- thing. It has its tips and which he stressed he heard, of Washington are subject 'p.m.-Adv. to extreme swings from one to1 vindicate him tnc and j. see (nem. rve! Optimist Club -The Thursday, volunteers tonight at at lerns" will be the topic of dis- cushion at a training meeting of charges in the Ellsbcrg case. seen it swing both ways, Optimist club will meet at 1707 First avenue SE. Ellsberg was acquitted in theifast. "ithe Elks club to hear Charlie, Pentagon papers trial. i really don't think that! Blank of Kirkwbod Community Ehrlichman, 48. lived here be- 1 I'm being unrealistically op-icollcgc. fore joining the Nixon campaign' timistic in saying that it could in 1968 and serving a subsequent! happen Magistrate Court Judge Drops Raffle Charge A charge of selling raffle chances without the required [aming license against Eli Abo- deely, operator of Marty's Beef and Brew, 322 Second avenue SE, was dismissed Monday in magistrate's court following a ireiiminary hearing. He was arrested after an Iowa of revenue agent said he bought a chance on a fruit cake Dec. 11 at Marty's. As a result of evidence pre- sented at the hearing Monday a charge of operating a raffle without a permit was filed against an employe of the busi- ness, Margaret Hall. Asummons was to be served police to order the new fendant to appear in court on the charge. some intervening and supersed-jout. You're liked by what youinight Play Mar Lounge, council chambers on the fourth law for units. local governmental 24. A appropriation to the Iowa Osteopathic school to help provide more doctors for rural areas. 25. Initiate a new home rule amendment. 26. Adopt a first-party cover- age no-fault insurance plan. 27. Adopt county spending limits. 28. Adopt a collective bargain- ing act for public employes. 29. Create a state cable televi- sion commission. 30. Redefine personal property for tax purposes. 31. Adopt elevator safety leg- islation. 32. Adopt a mobile home tie- down law. 33. A appropriation miles from his home. An autopsy conducted on Mon- day showed the youth had been dead since last Tuesday or Wednesday, officials said. Fractured Skull Medical Examiner Dr. Judith Lehotay of Buffalo said the arrested the three men and recovered from Whitmore's home, Ash said. youth was killed by a blow that! fractured his skull and lacerat- ed his brain. Coroner Frederick Hitchcock quoted the examiner as saying the blow was made with a sharp instrument. At a news conference, Dist. Boy Killed When Sled Slides into Car's Path SIOUX CITY (UPI) A young Sioux City boy was killed Monday when he was run over by a car as he was sledding on the city's west side. The fatality was the first traffic death re- corded here this year. Suspended Term On Check Charge Charles Burnes, 1107 Thir- teenth street SE, pled guilty in magistrate's court to an amend- ed charge of false uttering of a check for less than and was given a 30-day suspended jail sentence. He was charged with forgery in connection with his attempt to pass an FMC Corp. check made out lo D. D. Fugate for on March 23. four-year White House hitch. During the interview, Ehrlich- man and his wife, Jeanne, sat in front of a fireplace and looked out across their lawn to Lake Washington, just 40 yards away. Their daughter's Shetland sheepdog, Kelley, played at thej feet of the former White House! aide. Ehrlichman said a Nixon re-; icovery Apply mint acini ct i c- could be Ihrco locations hv M "from happening by mala- droitness so to speak. But I'm willing to assume that the peo- ple (in the White House) have learned a great deal over the last year and that they .can avoid some of the pitfalls." Ehrlichman was more sub-' Throughout the at lhe HACAP building) ,Rhr irnman rpfnspn fn rlisrnsR -nr ______ Story Hour Weekly story nir for preschoolers will be for '74 Auto Wednesday from to Trust and n a.m. in the downtown public library auditorium. A similar program bu given at t h e branch, 221 Edge- wood rca-l NW, frcm to p.m. Rare birdncs' ferns Pier- son's Florists. 3B6-I826. Adv. Oberlin Concert Oberlin Slrcct and Twelfth Ave. (and Election of the board of directors will be jMonday, p.m. at the annual meeting of the Outreach Credit dued than in a news Eighth avenue SE. Open to i college choir will perform at 8 o{ several subjects including: hisjtne last August on the subject President Nixon's prospects for associates in Land Use Group, fully recovering from the effects his clients and legal aspects ofj p-m. the day prcccding iraspR iiwnlvmo himsp t _.., i> r-.. of the scandals. Would Recover n Ehrlichman said in "August, just after testifying before the senate Watergate committee, that the administration would recover any lost "force and vi- tality" within weeks. j cases involving himself. Ehrlichman and his wife had plenty to volunteer about what it was like to be back in Seattle. Both said neighbors and strang- ers who they meet in the street I publication is the deadline for Want Ads published. Tuesday through Saturday. Corrections and cancellations can be made from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., Monday p.m. Thursday in the First Lu- theran church, 1000 Third ave- nue SE. Tickets are for adults and for students and may be purchased at the door or by calling 393-8550, 365-8752 or at Hiltbrunner's. have "been very friendly, very supportive." through Saturday. Dial 398- GREAT wallpaper selection j for Eastern lowans. Diamond I Paint Center, 2704 ML There was a trace of bitter-: Hospitalized Cybil Vernon Rd. S.E., Asked if he thinks the ad-'ness about Washington, D.C. Second avenue SE, is a1 ministration can still recover, Mrs. Ehrlichman said "you're1 medical patient at Mercy hcs-i Meeting Change Starting either all good or all viators permitted. ;Jan. 22, the weekly informal I I meetings cf the Cedar Rapids power or" Fun'1 Time every Wednesday j city council will be held in the he said: "I think it at time. I think there have been! "You're either in ing events that have made not who you are." [Hiawatha. Adv. 1 floor of city hall. Ally. Robert Sullivan said he Authorities said Cliford Ga- would go before a jury "andjbriel, 9, came down a hill and! Man Pleads Guilty to Indecent Exposure Floyd Mounts, 1053 Fifth ave- nue- SE, pled guilty Monday in magistrate's court to a charge j of indecent exposure and was given a 30-day suspended jail sentence. He was charged in connection with a Dec. 4 incident. seek murder indictments and kidnaping first-degree indict-! slid into the path of a car in the .middle of an intersection. Of- ments'against three youths identifjed th drivcr rested in the case. for a new law enforcement aca- On Friday, FBI agents arrest-1 demy building. 34. Combine two state agen- Jed Kenneth Williams, jMartin Whitmore, 19, 18, and both of) Wells Pleads Guilty To Drug Possession Larry Wells, 1656 Sixth street McGonmgil pjed guiUy in magistrate's (court to'a charge of possession Police said Mrs. McGonnigil of a controlled substance and cies dealing with problems ofjnearby West Ellicott; and Jef- apparently lost traction on the was placed on probation with alcoholism. jfrcy Swan, 18, of Lakewood. slusn covered street and deferred for one 35. Adopt functional classifica-' They were being held Tuesdayjran ovcr lne Tney thej year. lion of roads program. :on bond each after famllv recently lost a. He was charged with having 36. Provide a properly arraignment on Daughter in another traffic jn njs pOSSCSSjon break for those who improveal kidnaping charges. 'naP- Doc. 18. their homes. 37. Require public represent-! "orueu ai ucnici Qn ,hc move? Scn Wan[ ads help yflu fjnd ation on professional licensing! Daniel's father, a radiologist, jleave-behinds quickly with a items, use them for quick boards. jsaid the boy left home to go to.cost want ad. Dial 398-8234. jresulls! Dial 398-8234. 38. Strengthen the civil rights-the Lakewood Teen commission with the power a block away. j subpoena, subject to court ap-< Police said Williams was cm-! proval. ployed at the center. 39. Fund regional libraries at When Daniel failed to return a cost of home, Ehcreolc sairl he 40.. Correct, laws affecting police. Later that night, a caller. FOR ANY DRAINAGE FAILURE "NEVER HAD SUCH FAST PECAN f'nlihed room table onrj 4 rripir., VS. JftS-Hfla. 19 Sold "Sold on the first said Jean Niesz cf 4042 Dalewood Ave. S.E. Put an action-ad to work. Let an ad- visor help you word your ad. To Order A Want Ad DIAL 398-8234 Before 4i45 I'M Duy Prucndlng Publication. iTHING ABOUT e e RuleThe With Plans We continue to pay 5% Passbook savings (Daily interest) 90 Day Certificate of Deposit (Minimum 6% 1 yr. 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