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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Seniors May Apply For Scholarships iicrald A. Senninger scholar- ship application blanks arc available at the present time in the Marion high school office. Any Marion high school grad- uate or a member of the senior class Is eligible to apply for one of the four scholarships, which may be used to attend college or a trade school. The scholaiships are given by these organizations: Marion Lions evening club; Marion post 2D8, American Legion; the .''Txjgion post's auxiliary unit, and Trojan lodge No. 548, AF and AM. Applications must be returned to- the principal's office by April 5. Marleen's Beauty Nook. Call 377-4424.-Adv. YMCA Wednesday's activi- ty schedule at the Marion branch YMCA is: Non-aquatic women's fitness 9 a.m., open gym 10, men's, fitness women's volleyball 1 p.m., jun- ior high gym 3, grade school girls' basketball instruction 4 and 5, men's open gym 6, Col- lins Radio basketball league pool Linn-Mar lessons 9 and 11 a.m., pre-school .lessons 10 and 1 p.m., adult open swim youth lessons swim team family 7. Love is A Valentine on the classified "Love Is" page Feb. 14lh. Dial 398-8234.-Adv. Reset Meeting Marion In- dependent board of education meeting has been postponed until Monday at 7 p.m in the ad- ministration offices at Starry school. The' regular meeting date is the first Thursday ol each month. Hickory smoked barbecued ribs, sjhrimp, and chicken, served Wednesdays, Stickney's Scoreboard. Adv. Xi Gamma Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tues- day night at in the home of Mrs. Glen Rames, 3316 Rayen- wood terrace NW, Cedar Rapids. "A Specia Glady's Beauty Salon, Albur- nett. Hours Tuesday-Saturday. 842-2535. Gladys Christensen, Board to Meet Linn-Mar board of education .will meet Thursday at p.m. in the ad- ministration building. Help Wanted. Stickney's Scoreboard. Council To Meet Marion': council will meet Thursday at I p.m. in the council chambers ai the city hall. Marion Courts Cases heard Monday In the magistrate's court were: Speeding Calvin V. Dart, 789 Fifth avenue, lilt-hard C. I'inlcy, 980 Fairvicw drive, Phillip D. Brown, 5537 North Towne place NE, Cedar Rapids, Driving over a fire iiuse David E. Sherman, 1220 Howard avenue, Terry A. Hull, 5524 J street SW, Cedar Rapids, Failure to control vehicle Kenneth L. Ties, Preston, Traffic sienal Robert A. Wiedner, 2293 Fourth avenue, Stop sign Dale J. Black- ford, route 1, No Iowa rcg istralion Ed Griffin, 1281 Sixth street, Improper muffler Robert A. Wiedner, 2293 Fourth avenue, Competitions Set for Groups Two Marion high school de- partments have large groups jarticipating in extra-curriculai activities Friday and Saturday. The speech department has 'our groups competing Friday in the state large group speech contest being held at Betten dorf. Mrs. Pam Abdo is in charge of this group. Band members will take pan in the Tall Corn festival Satur- day at Cedar Falls on the Uni v e r s i t y of Northern low; campus. Paul Wright is ii charge of the band (rip. Carl Foster wishes to express his appreciation for all fhe thoughtful messages and flow- ers he received while in the Norris Anderson, 60, Dies, Services Set BELLE PLAINE Norri (Pug) W. Anderson, 60, well known area business man, Monday night after a shor illness. Mr. Anderson was born Jan at Role, Okla. He movei to Belle Plaine as a youth. H was graduated from busines college in Cedar Rapids. He was married to Dorotlr Sherwood- Sept. 18, 1943, in Harl wick. He-farmed, and was 01 the at Funks Seei Co. for 32'years. He had been i: the real estate business for th last three years. Mr, Anderson, served fou years on the Belle Plaine'schoo board, and had been chairma of the newly-formed Communit Center. Surviving in addition to hi wife are two sons, James a home and Jerry of Elberon; tw daughters, Mrs. Lanny Har grave of Millersburg and Jacki Anderson of Iowa City; eigh grandchildren; four sisters Mrs. Larry Wagner Mrs. Jim Hart and Mrs. Wayne Neu inarm, all of Marshalltbwn; and Mrs. Melvin Wood of Glendale, Calif.; and two brothers, Wil- liam of California and Tom of DCS Moines. Services: Thursday at 2 p.m. t the First Congregational tiurch in Belle Plaine. )ak Hill cemetery. Friends may all at the PcHers-llalvcrson fu- cral home after 9 a.m. Wednesday. BIG GEORGE! by Virgil Parldi Jensen Notes 'Rich Power1 In Congress Martin Jensen, Democratic andiclale for congress in Iowa's ccoiui district, said Monday tight that "recent action in the J.S. senate makes it clear that ax reform will be a dead issue until the rich who pay little tax are deprived of Iheir excessive lolitical influence." Jensen noted that the senate lad recently approved, but then tilled, a tax amendment that vould have closed two "gaping oopholes" in the minimum tax. "The minimum tax was dc- 'iscd in Jensen said, 'after a national scandal over he fact that many wealthy per- sons were paying no income tax at all. "But loopholes have been written into the minimum tax itself, and in indi- viduals and corporations were able to escape paying it. "The senate Jan. 24 adopted an amendment that would have closed those loopholes, and the guardians of wealth in the sen- ate were so stunned that they moved to kill the whole tax bill, amendment and all. The motion carried by a vote of 48 to 27. "Also down the drain went another amendment that woult lave increased the personal in- come tax exemption from ;iti iresent level of per person to The benefits of this pro Msal would flow almost exclusi- vely to the heavily burdened low and middle jncoriie, Jensen said. "The lesson is clear for the American taxpayer. Wealthy in terests will occasionally agree to give some benefits to the less affluent, but they will fight to a standstill any proposal to tab their special tax-avoidence ben efits away from them." Jensen made.the remarks in a speech to a dinner of steward; of local Internationa Brotherhood of Electrica Workers. New Policcman: WAUKON council Monday-ihired: Williair Campbell as deputy chief police.' Campbell was operate of a service-station before thi company discontinued servio to Iowa. He has served as a vol unteer fireman and a police man. Feed fhe Birds The Cedar Itaplds Gazette: Tues., Feb. 5, 1974____9 Memo by Former Aide to Nixon Betrays Interest in Milk Case I WASHINGTON (AP) Aiing his answer to McLaren's (former White House aide, in a jury requests. to be held in his office the following day. Mitchell was to memo warning about an anti- And, before Mitchell's Topic No. 15, as set ie a number of very serious matters meeting" in meeting look place as sched- versc consequences..." T h e memorandum, "The most mysterious part of this new mystery story of yours is what happened to the Staff May Be Cut In Oelwein Schools OELWEIN The Oelwein school board Monday night served notice on all first and second year teachers that their contracts might be terminated at the end of the year. Teachers in Oelwein have asked the board for a 10.3 per- cent pay hike, and the .board said some cutbacks would have to be -made'a[ the 'demand is met. Other possibilities discussed at the meeting were cutting back on the number of vice- principals and coaches. Another was the possible closing of the school. Hiawatha Man Fined on Guilty Plea Elzo Bowers, Hiawatha, pled guilty in magistrate's couri Monday to a charge of assaul and.battery and was fined and'costs. He was charged with assault ing Genevieve Bowers Nov. 22 rust probe of a dairy coopcra- ive that had donated money to he President's campaign, said: 'If this goes too far there will answer, Strachan listed the anli-jdown by Strachan, included the trust matter as a topic to be dis- cussed between the attorney general and Haldeman at a "po- anti-trust matter. There is no in- dication of whether the topic- was discussed or whether the from Charles Colson to then-White House chief of staff H. H. Hal- deman was released Monday. Also released were other docu- ments showing that top White louse aides look a lively inter- est in the justice department's nvestigation of the Associated Milk Producers, Inc., which had iledged million to President Sixon's campaign. Repeatedly Urged Former anti-trust chief Rich- ard W. McLaren has said he repeatedly urged Ally. Gen. Mitchell to approve a federal grand jury investigation of the dairymen's allegedly criminal monopoly tactics. But Mitchell delayed for Vk months and then approved a lawsuit rather than a criminal investigation, McLaren said. The latest documents, re- leased in connection with a Ralph Nader lawsuit, show that White House counsel John Dean prepared a report on the inves- tigation for Haldeman's aide Gordon Slrachan, during the lime when Mitchell was delay deman's office. Colson's initial warning about the probe came in a memo dated Sept. 24, 1971, just 15 days after McLaren first requested a formal criminal inquiry. Adverse Consequences uled. In any event, McLaren visited Mitchell personally on Nov. 30 to make a third plea, in person, for a grand jury. Mitchell did not approve a criminal probe Colson told Haldeman, "For but suggested a lawsuit, which ibvious reasons, I should not be nvolved with respect to the Col- owing. There is under way in he justice department at the moment an anti-trust division nvestigation of the milk produc- ers cooperatives If this goes :oo far, there will be a number of very serious adverse consequences, which I would be to elaborate on in detail. "I do think this should be laken up at one of your meet- ings. I would like to stay out of Meanwhile, McLaren had re- ceived no response from Mit- chell about the grand jury re- quest. He sent Mitchell another memo, again urging a criminal investigation, on Oct. 29. Mit- chell still didn't respond. On Nov. 3, Strachan sent Hal deman an agenda for a sched- uled "political matters meet- vas filed Feb. 1, 1972, on .IcLaren's last day in office. Caught Between Train, Gas Pinch B E T H E L, C o n n. (AP) Charles Moffett of Bethel got caught between the energy cri- sis and mass transit at a rail- road crossing Tuesday. Police said Moffet had been waiting for. gasoline since a.m. in a line of 75 cars that crossed a railroad track. At a.m., as his car strad- dled the track, Moffett heard a whistle. He jumped out of his 1972 car just before a 10-car passenger train from Danbury demolished it. Police charged Moffett, 35, with failure to stop at a grade crossing. Glrfmr Sajtiim (Sazrttr THE WEEKLY QUIZ IS PARTOFTHIS NEWSPAPER'S SCHOOL PROGRAM woHdscope (10 polntt tor etch tntwtrtd corrKtly) J became the first state to have its own mandatory gasoline rationing. a-Hawaii b-Oregon c-NewYork 2 Senate Majority Leader (CHOOSE ONE: Mike Mansfield, Cart Albert) called for the immediate repeal of winter daylight time, saying it had failed as an energy saving measure. 3 The value of U.S. exports exceeded that of Imports during 1973. True or False? 4 Soviet Communist Party leader radioed a goodwill -messaga to Presidant Nixon while.flying past tha U.S. on his way to Cuba. a-Alexei Kosygin b-Nikolai Tupelov c-Leonid Brezhnev 6 (CHOOSE ONE: The Soviet Union, China) tested a new tar: rying multiple warheads. newsname (10 pofnti It you can Identify Ihli pinon in lha niws) I was host to the leader of the Soviet Commu- nist Parly, the highest ranking Soviet dignitary ever to visit my coun- try. I am Premier of Cuba. Who am I? matchwords (4 polnla (or each conftct match) it-ctiticizo severely 2.....excoriate b-treo from btnmo 3.....exonerate, c-dilva oil evil spirits 4.....oxtat tl-advlso or warn oar.noslly 5.....nxlort from unolher by foccn or threat newspicture (10 polnti If you innnr tfilt qutillon con-telly) The Commerce Department's population clock keeps a run- ning estimate of the country's population. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the 1973 birth rate was 15 per 1.000 people, the (CHOOSE'ONE: highest, lowest) la the nation's history. (2 polnti for quaitlon correctly) 1 Fomier heavyweight boxing champion defeated 1 another former champ in a bout at Madison Square Gar- don 2 In professional boxing, heavyweights must weigh more than 175 pounds. True or False? 3 UCLA's star center.. led his learn to a 94- to 75 victory In its rematch with Notre Oame, a-John Shumate b-Adrian D.intley c-Bilt Walton 4 Atlanta HMVCS who Is within one homa (uniof Babe Rulh's lifetime record, Indicated that 1974 will be his last season as a player. 6 Preparations arc under way In for the 1976 Sum- mer Olympic Games, a- MOM Ufi.it b-llenvoi c-Seal tic roundtable Family dlifluiilon (no icore) Should American foreign nld to clllur loducod or eliminated nlloiicthcr? Why or why not? YOUR JCOHE: 01 to 100 polnli TOP SCOBF.I 81 In 90 Hull Cuillinl. 71 to 80 polnll Good. 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