Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 20, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette February 20, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I    The    Cedar    Rapids    Gazette:    Wed..    Feb.    20,    1071 Ray Reviews His Record, Cites Plans for Future Senate Takes Up Long Truck Bill Cc1Tprilifts?epa (Continued from Page I.) executive, will again be cam* i paign manager. before it a The house had senate approved jammed its galleries with spectators. to give Iowa’s 160,000 DPS senate proved MOI NKS The Iowa I It appeared the bill had took up the house ap-1 enough support to win the sen-long truck bill Wednes L„t> s approval, but it faces an A-Plants: WASHINGTON (AP) 'lh-' environmental V r o tee I i o ii Agency said Tuesday that the bill, which ll;iv aU(1 immediately beat down llIK»or(ain fate if it reaches (tov. I ^’’velonment of atomic powei an amendment that would have I!? .    ..    |,1US(.    up    to    24,000    cancer divested the highway commis-1 Robert lesion of authority to designate Meanwhile crowded other in the Iowa house chamber con- tin disap. quale precautions are as governor he has seen: —Our state treasury go from a zero balance to a substantial surplus. — A noticeable Cheek on spiraling property taxes and a shift to a more equitable tax structure. —A recognition of the plight of our elderly and low income citizens wi t ll honest follow-through to ease their burdens. — A renewed vitality in Iowa’s agriculture. — A healthy industrial growth in our state providing new jobs and opportunities for our Iowa workers. —Steps taken to broaden and advance educational opportunities for our young people. —A debating a house approved bill that he doesn’t want — to legal ize 65-foot twin trailer trucks, which are limited to W) feet now.! Welcomed by GDP announcement was I government committee, lost 28 to 21. The bill provides for legalizing 65-foot twin trailer trucks on four-lane highways or when moving to and from a point galleries I deaths and birth defects over next 150 years unless ade lamed spectators sorely disap-    Kow™*h:|Hi«y assist pointed because debate on a cob ant admjnjslrator for radiation lective bargaining bill for public programs, told a news coni clem ploy es did not get off as^nce this estimate was on Ila scheduled.    pessimistic end oi a highly un The bill was set for special order of business at IO a m. Wednesday, but party caucuses But his announcement was within five miles of four-lane welcomed by Republicans, re-highways. It also gives the high-! that ran more than an hour, gainless of timing, for polls way commission authority to let;delayed action, show that more than 80 percent these trucks use other highways    ----- of the people approve the way which it designates.    Why    take    our    word    that    want    chances    of    health    c    leits certain range. The estimate could be as much as 1,000 times too pessi mistic, Bowe said, adding thai this great uncertainty shows an urgent need to study the Ray is handling his job and other (JO!1 candidates know that this will he'p them against the Democrats in the wake of the Watergate scandal. Three Democrats are after their party’s nomination to oppose Hay this fall: I o w a Senate Democratic Leader James Schaben, Dunlap Present limit on length twin-trailer trucks is 60-feet. of lads work? Try I Call 398-8234. one yourself.! the atomic power industry (reaches its full expansion. azette Photo by Tom Merryman A Wiry Chinese Beagle? An appealing mixture of wire-haired terrier, Pekingese and beagle, these two puppies are available for adoption from the Humane Society, Mf. Vernon road SF. The brother and sister are eight weeks old and can be adopted for $15, which includes a temporary distemper shot. The society's hours are IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 500 Concordia Students Jobs Cut by Vote To Leave for Exile Energy Crisis ....    ,    auctioneer; former state Rep. willingness lo meet heitcl- vv,illiam Gannon, Mingo farmer, I on the complex issues of en- and former state representative jcrgv, the environment, conser- and former stafe Democratic v a 11 o n , corrections, safety, Chairman Clark Rasmussen, health, drug abuse, human ! rights, civil disorders, just to I to name a few Ray said his experience in dealing with these problems gives him reason to believe he has the capability to meet future problems squarely and successfully. “Today we have before the legislature a 44-point program Three members of a Shells-and a special energy package burg family suffered minor inju-designed to keep Iowa in a tor- rjes tuesday when the Palo po-ward moving posture, lie von- |ice car (ha( was ,akj ,hem ,# li ft1 it A”8 “ We 80 a hospital and another car col-difficult matters as energy ]jded a( intersection of F av-shortage and critical transpor- enue and Edgewood road Nw tation needs.    Mrs, Virginia Bemer, 32, of “These legislative matters Shellsburg, and her daughters will continue to have top pri- Julie, 5, and Lisa, 3, suffered ority for me during this ses- scratches and bruises in the ac-sion. But when it is time to cident. They were treated at St. West Des Moines, until recently on the staff of U.S. Sen. Harold Hughes. Th ree Riding In Squad Car Hurt in Crash campaign, ours will be an active and vigorous one.” Ray, a lawyer who will be 46 on Sept. 26, said Iowa “has a bright future. “Right now we have begun an exploration of the potential of ST. LOUIS (API _    L L    , ,, .    ,    DES    MOINES    (UPI)    - The that future. Dissident    about the internal affairs of ^combined effects of the energy    Cites Experience students have left the campus of    Lutheran Church-Missouri crisis and the independent troubled Concordia Lutheran    Synod or the controversies truckers strike took a huge toll    , \s    * weighed the    T    road Seminary and said they will which arc a. present taking >" tho Iowa workforce during,“Jo    fn and Luke’s hospital and released. The Berners were passengers in the police car driven by Richard D. McLaud, 39, of 2627 Twenty-fourth avenue SE. | McLaud was bringing the' family to Cedar Rapids for treatment for fever, police said. The car's red light and siren were operating while it was decision traveling north on Edgewood >?? ^    kforce, duringj^ngjriproH    the    value of the    An    eastbound    car    driven by continue their education for the place w ithin the svnod.” the two P s wee ’ .    e. empoymen R j    .    ^    experience    JI Eunice    I.    Hamilton,    43.    of 5010 ,    .MAA    security commission reported *«owieage dim experience i    «trnek ministry’elsewhere.    schools said in a joint state- \yednet5dav    have accumulated as governor P.    M,ut    nin’    shuck The climax of a month-long ment.    The    commission said 2.618 to anV contribution I might be dispute that has threatened to The rift has been simmering Iowans filing initial unemploy- ab,e t0 make to the planning    ..milton    nh'»ro«H split the three-million-member .    .    convention    ment claims last week lost their and developing of Iowa’s future.    ^    llt    r    Z Lutheran Church-Missouri1 f1,he Syn™ S " ?    ,    jobs because of the energy1 “I have concluded that I can ™th failing to properly operate Svnod followed the    firing of 40    last summer in New Orleans. It    more ^    ^    maRe    a cjgnifjCant    contribu-    hcr    vehicle on    approach of an of 50 faculty members who re-    centers around how literally the    numbor from the previous    tlon“    Ray said any    delegation    emergency vehicle, fused to discontinue    a class boy-    Bible should be interpreted. It    week. The energy-related    °f responsibility by the    citizenry eott over the Jan. 20 suspensionierupted when    Dr. Tietjen    wasdayoffs accounted    for 58.5 per-“must    rest    on    a    foundation    of cf Dr. John Tietjen as seminary suspended in    connection    with cent cf the claims    filed, president.    (charges of teaching false doc-j Commission officials attribut- Terming the dissmissals “un- trine and malfeasance in office, cd the substantial increase to Christian and immoral,’’ a stu- Mediation Effort?    the indeDendent truckers strike. The food and kindred prod-The controlling board of Con-    uc(s^ machinery and motor cordia Lutheran, which pro-    freight transportation industries duces 65 percent of the svnod s.accounj((j for 97 percent of the oastors, discharged the 40    facul-    energy layoffs, the commission tv members on Monday    after    said The focd and kindred saving it could no longer    to’er-    products industries were hard- About    500    students    voted    on    ate their illegal strike.    est hit. reporting LOH wcrkers Tuesday    to    follow    the    ousted    The Rev. E. J. Otto,    board    laid off. dent statement said: “We find it impossible in good conscience to continue our education under the present seminary board of control.’’ Student Vote trust rooted in confidence” to be effective. “We make no blanket claim rf infallibility,“ he continued, “but we do make every effort to first earn and then retain the trust and confidence of Iowans.’’ Ray said Iowa still enjoys “a healthy political climate’’ and that “I’m proud to be a part of it.” Coming when it did, Ray’s an- Officers Elected by Cherry-Burrell Group Max L. Deal was re-elected president of the Cherry-Burrell Employes Credit Union at the group’s 27th annual meeting. Also re-elected were: William Peshek, vice-president; James Jacobson, secretary, and D. J. Kelly, treasurer. Re-elected to the credit union board of directors were: Mike we re clearing out Roll after Roll of Famous Brand Name Carpetings Reg. $8.95 Amber Textured Nylon $038 Tweed. 31 Square Yards........Sq.    Yd.    v Reg. $6.95 Bright Gold Shag Twist Nylon $088 Pile. 109 Square Yards .........Sq.    Yd.    J Reg. $7.95 Dark Blue Plush Dacron Pile.    SO88 89 Square Yards................Sq.    Yd.    J Taylor, Deal and Kelly. faculty members to what thee    chairman, said atter that action    The commission said the    past    nouncement took headlines    John J. Shea, credit union at- termed a “seminary in exile'    that no further efforts would be    week’s total compares with    only    away from heated debates in    torney, spoke at the meeting on operating at the St. Louis Uni-    made at reconciliation with dis-    229 energy-related layoffs    the    the two houses of the legisla-    the credit union insurance pro venly School of Divinity and Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Representatives of the latter schools said, however, that the and faculty week before. sident students members. But the executive comm'ttee of the svnod’s board cf directors has scheduled a meeting with lure gram. “joint project for theological cd- discharged faeultv members ucation” was being set up only and another with the board cf to assist the dissident students control, apparently in an at-m completing their academic tempt to mediate the dispute, programs.    Dr.    Martin Scharlemann, ac’- “This joint educational effort ing seminary president, said in no way involves a judgment preparations are under way to I recruit a new teaching staff and keen the school in operation. He said at least IOO students are expected to attend classes when the spring quarter begins March Ford Blames GOP Defeat On Economy WASHINGTON IAP> - Vicepresident Ford says the economy. rather than President Nixon or Watergate, cost the GOP his old seat in Michigan. Republican National Chairman George Bush admitted he was somewhat baffled by Monday’s Democratic victory in the Michigan district held by the Republicans more than 60 years, saying “only in-depth analysis Amana Refrigeration since 1950 will tell us what went wrong.-’ Ford, however, told reporters in the senate press gallery Tuesday afternoon that “The underlying factor was the deteriorating economic situation . . . and the energy crunc h.’’ East Amana Services For Ernest Bahndorf EAST AMANA - Ernest A Bahndorf, 57, died Tuesday at his home here. A lifelong resident of East Amana, he was born July 15, 1916. He was married to Hilda Jean Dennis on (>ct 24, 1953. at Nashua He was an employe of! veteran of and was an army World war two. Surviving in addition to his, wife are four brothers, Henry and Willie of East Amana; Her-! ben of Marengo, and Norman of Cedar Rapids; four sisters, Mrs. He rejected the claim by vie- George Lippmann, East Amana;! furious Democratic Rep.-elect Mrs. August Unkel. Middle Richard VanderVeen that the Amana; Mrs. Carl Neumann, results were a referendum on West Amana, and Mrs. Chris! I resident Nixon.    Anderson of East Amana, When asked about Michigan Services will be Thursday at 9 Republican Chairman William I at East Amana Community! McLaughlin’s statement that J church. Friends may call at the Watergate “killed us" in the family home. Burial is in East election, bord said, I think I Amana cemetery. Hoover-' know the district a little better j Valentine’s, Marengo, is in than Bill McLaughlin    charge of Arrangements. 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  • August Unkel
  • Bill Mclaughlin
  • Carl Neumann
  • Clark Rasmussen
  • D. J. Kelly
  • E. J. Otto
  • Ernest A Bahndorf
  • Ernest Bahndorf
  • George Bush
  • George Lippmann
  • Harold Hughes
  • Hilda Jean Dennis
  • James Jacobson
  • James Schaben
  • John J. Shea
  • John Tietjen
  • Martin Scharlemann
  • Richard D. Mclaud
  • Richard Vanderveen
  • Tom Merryman
  • Virginia Bemer
  • William Peshek

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: February 20, 1974

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