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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 2A  Hip Cedar Rapids Oazptte: Wed., Mar. 27, 1974  No Linn Republicans Seeking County Posts, Four for State  More Charges Filed Following Probe of Cha se  By Dale Kuelcr  Political watchers in Linn county are wondering if there  nounc  Republican candidate  Eight traffic violations have been issued against a man who led police on a chase Friday  Decision Sought on Property Ownership  of tilt'  Supervisor (one seat): Incum bent Democrat William Martin not seeking re-election Demo  lames Wells (D-Cedar Rapid!) William Faches, Democrat, will through icv streets will seek re-election. No an not seek re-election. Democrats ,  William Martin and Eugene Kohl as ever been such a drouth of House district 28: incumbent J pecky have announced No Re  Republican candidates at a time Wally Horn (D-Cedar Rapids)} pu  t  b . l !5 a J 1 / ,andld : lte   so close to filing deadlines. will seek re-election. No an By Friday midnight.  anvoni . nounced Republican candidate  planning to run for state office, including the legislature, must have filed papers with the retary of state. Deadline for  ing for county office is 6    ^    didate    tratfic    signal,    driving    the    wrong  April IO.    House district .‘IO: Incumbent c ou „j v  treasurer: Incumbent  vv ‘ lv on a  one-way street, failure vator tor Rascher  So tar, there are no an- James Jordan (D-Marion) will Democrat James Hennessey has  10  ^ ave  his vehicle under con-i a g a mst the estate  A dispute has arisen over the    done    until    ownership  ownership    of property that had    property    is determined,  been owned jointly by    Mr. and    It asks the court to declare  ...    addition.    (Jerald W.    ^  m,scher    of  rural    u he I Ii c r Rajchcr or Mrs.  Schmidt. 21. of 1331 I- av, KUC  s l>r">K'die    Rascher s estate own* the half  NE,    was    charged    with drunk    Rascher, 82, was charged with     ()f  the property that belonged to  driving at    the tim?    of the inci-^murder in the beating    death of    Mis. Rasthei in the joint ten-  dent    his wife,    Leone, Jan. 2, 1973.,    ancy.  After an investigation, police R° wever »    he was found to bt  Memo Urged Oil Cutback  married parents and residential care for adolescent girls Gazette area persons elected to Un 1  board of directors at the meeting are Ray Moeller, Wit Sen-1 ton, and Mrs. Maynard Bauer,  WASHINGTON (Al  ate investigators said Wednes- Walker.  day that they have a 1968 oil The agency is operated by company memo which  nounced Republican candidates  s 0 0  k re-election. Republican .    ,    Republican    can     tr °L    attern  for the four county seats up for candidate expected to announce.  dl(late e ° xpe ^ d   P     officers    an  election this fall — recorder. J Democrat Carl Newell of Cedar    _  county attorney, treasurer and Rapids has announced    Stifle rtnonarl lor  a supervisor seat. All are for Senate district 13: Incumbent DIOS UpBllBu OI  four-year terms.    Tom Rdev (R*Cedar Rapids) is    Wlfpr Main Wnrk  COP Legislator,     ril ™ in g for congress. Norris     Tfl3lcl ITIum ffUI *  Dobbin of Cedar Rapids has an- Lametti and Sons. Inc.. Min-  filed suit bier, 1472 Parkwood drive SE, of Mrs. h as  received a professor of mating to elude police Rascher in connection with aaval science direct appoint-d failure to exchange $67,311 in assets held in jointscholarship at Iowa State  information and offer aid after tenancy by the couple.   an  accident.    Estate’s Claim  Police said Schmidt was in-volved in a four-car collision in petition states the estate the 300 block of Tenth street SE.  18 c ! aim,n 8  an  undivided half interest in the property on the  When police arrived at the ac-,  In the legislature, where nounced on the Republican side, neapolis, was the apparent low eident scene, an officer told  theory that Rascher was barred from his right as survivor to  Midshipman  Gembler  Democrats outnumber Republi-, .j arnes  Redmond has announced bidder Tuesday for relocating a    Schmidt to drive around    a  cans now six to three in the on the Democratic side.    water main at the intersection    corner and wait for further    in-    ake full ownership.  major Linn county area, two  Senatr  district 14: Incumbent of highway 30 and Bowling    structions. Schmidt drove off    in     1,0  * s  barred from    his rights.  COP incumbents have an-j f . lftvrf  ft nhin(inn  ,ru"wiar Ran. street SW and at Sixth street stead, police said.    according to the estate, because  nounced they  inis! is ;i iiiiiiinvnr nm n#v is >, emu »» minuet el venue un.    a    wvein.minnia    I'nneo    oncimn    I* --------o ----------   --    i    *  pointed a midshipman in according to naval reserve, conservator, it has! While at Iowa State, Midship-  memo wnicn recommended foreign crude production cutbacks because of fears of an oil surplus.  Staff members of the senate foreign relations subcommittee on multinational corporations said the document was from the files of Standard Oil of California and projected “large potential surpluses” through 1973.  They said it recommended cutbacks in some foreign production areas to offset increases in Saudi Arabia and Iran when pressures were on for stepping up production.  A surplus of oil would cause the price to drop, lowering company profits.  congregations of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. The Cedar Rapids office is in the Granby building.  has been  ap-  the  Name Changed By Lutheran Family Agency  Senate district ll:  ...    .    .    IClovd Robinson (D-Cedar Rap- street SW and at Sixth street stead, police said  .ion and two "trf ha" In '"  a  "oldovnr. bn, bv is a and Waconia avenue SW.    A    sevcn-minute    chase    ensued.    *“11     death  ° f |"^  nounced thev will be candidates    T" fr' ii V' c    r    0 1 ", r '  0    Tl ". company bid    $114,903 for    rn which    two parked    cars and a    •   4     „    , i    state, lf elected as    secretary of the job. and was the    only one of    pursuing    squad car    were dam-    _    ,    ,  That doesn t mean we won 11  state a S p ec j a | election would five bidders under the engi-aged.    Rascher    s  have any county candidates,' |k p  held to fill his «pnat« «pat    animato    nf    cion nil 7*    .,    ,    ..    ,    , . , not been adjudicated in court-man (temblor will receive bene-  said Linn Republican    Chairman -    .    ..    .    1,1    Tho hiH-    were    ri»f\rrpH* fnr  kt  ^ as a PP|’ l ’bended fol-  (tiat the dea ^  was  f e i on i ous     orbits including tuition, fees, books  Frances Palmer.    Senate district    15: Incumbent    Thi bids    wert    refined for lowing    a collision with the squadj^at g asc ^ r  caused it.    and    a monthly allowance of $100.  .. .,    .    ,    iRalph Potter (R-Marioni will study to the engineering firm of car in the 1500 block of Third    He    will attend naval science  She said the party has been (seek reelection. Steve Sovem of ShiveJlattery and Associates.    avenue SE. Officers pulled    Sole Owner    courses and participate in three  concentrating on filling Iegisla-; Marion ^ announced on the Other bids were Dave Schmitt Schmidt from the car before he    Even if those points    were ad- summer training cruises.    i recent meeting of delegates to ister Churchill warned that the  five candidate slots this week.    Democratic side.    Construction Co.,    $124,745.50;    was able    to drive away, police    judicated,    according to the    suit.    On    graduation    he    will    receive    more    accurately    reflect    the    ser-    invasion    would    be    preceded    by  ‘‘Some potential candidates    county recorder:    Incumbent    Gjellcfald Construction C 0.,    said.    Rascher    would    he the    sole  a  regular    commission    in    either    vices    of    the    agency    It    was    or    many    feint!    and    dress    rehears-  have been waiting, frying to Democrat E F. ,Pat! Kane will $129.9*5.25: Hennessey Blathers    ---- owner of the    property.    I    the    navy cl marinenips and ganged in mm and currently ials to deceive the enemy.  make sure they won t bt in a  see ^ re-election. No GOP can- Construction Co., $139,657; and    What    kind of sale are you  primary situation,” she said 'didate.  The name of the Lutheran Home Finding Society of Iowa. which has offices in Fort Dodge. Cedar Rapids and Rod Oak, has been changed to Lutheran Family Service.  The change was made at al  Mose Griffin Sentenced on Assault Count  Mose Grit im, Jr., has been sentenced to a tenth of up to a year in the penitentiary at Fort Madison en his guilty pica to a charge of assault with intent to inflict great bodily injury.  The 35-year old Cedar Rapids man was accused of stabbing his wife, Margaret, at their southeast Cedar Rapids residence Nov. 22.  She was hospitalized until Dec. 9. Originally Griffin was charged with assault with intent to commit murder.  The sentence was imposed by Linn District Judge James Carter. On recommendation of the security medical facility at Oakdale, he recommended the defendant be transferred to that institution for further treatment at the earliest opportunity.  30 YEARS AGD - Prime Min-  *‘Most would prefer not to get in a primary, and everyone is looking at what it is going to; coe? them to run an election.”  She said those who do announce on the Republican side; “won’t do so as a frivolous thought. They will be serious candidates.”  No Apathy  Mrs. Palmer said she doesn’t reuse any apathy in the Republican party locally. While she said no one has said so bluntly, “I’m sure Watergate has had some effect on party contributions.”  She hastened to point out local Republicans had nothing to do with Watergate.  “Someone did something wrong, and it should be checked to the bottom, both sides. Demo-, crats have some of the same problems,” she said.  “I think campaign disclosure, while a lot of work for the parties, is the best thing that’s ever happened."  The Candidates  Here is the current lineup of candidates in the Linn coonty; area:  House district 25: Democratic Incumbent John Patchett (North Liberty) will seek reelection. No Republican candidate, but two considering House district 26: Incumbent Rep. Joan Lipsky t R-Cedar Rapids) will seek re-election. No announced Democratic candi-j date.  House district 27: Incumbent  $100,000 Claim Against IRS Agents Rejected  Federal Judge Edward McManus Tuesday dismissed a $100,000 lawsuit filed by LeMars accountant Fay Anderson against two Internal Revenue Service agents.  McManus also ordered Anderson to pay legal costs incurred by the agents, Earl Langell-walter, Davenport, and Donald E Archer, a Cedar Rapids agent who lives in Anamosa Anderson was arrested in April of 1973 and charged with fraudulent preparation of a client’s income tax returns,  He claimed the IRS violated his constitutional rights bv inducing him. through th«- use of aliases and false facts and mfor mat ion, to prepare false returns. Anderson had asked $50,000 damages from each of the two agents.  In dismissing the suit. McManus ruled the IRS employes were acting within the scope of authorized duties.  “The use of aliases and false information in order to ferret out preparers of false income lax returns is an investigative technique used by tho Internal Revenue Service,” the judge noted.  Flu Outbreak Closes  West Central School  MAYNARD School officials here were to close West Central community school at I pm Wednesday.  It was reported that a tlu outbreak forced the (dosing There reportedly were 140 of the 650 students absent from school Wednesday morning  County attomev  arc you    The petition states an invento-    serve four years on active duty,    provides adoption services, fam-    ---  Lincoln    Development Corp.,    having .    . .    basement, attic,    rv in the conservatorship must    A freshman, he is majoring in    ily counseling, family enrich-    Want ads will help you find  Incumbent    $143,302.    Classified    Ad!    398-8234.    be filed, and that it cannot be    electrical engineering.    ment courses, services to un-part or full time employment!  HURRY     3        TTyfffffrw      m y    pl                  L in ; t f ■ I I Ll     ORLY 3 DAYS LEFT!  L  ii    ,    /.    '  •- ,, ’V. ."  Fifth Avenue Furniture has served the Quad Cities area for over 40 years and was well known for quality merchandise. In addition we are adding our own stock with tremendous price cuts to bring you the greatest savings ever. Choose from such famous names as Kroehler, Simmons, Lane, Douglas, Sealy, Maytog, Zenith, Philco, Theropedic, Keller, Pontiac, Brody, Schweiger and others. Below is just a partial listing of the furniture and appliances on sale.  t if !    :    .    y*;:  . :  f "'CV"'  FZM <:*■    -    \  ML *•: N SS? ew*    -.VV- .ytvnftf?    •>  ’ - • - >*.,  n: ,* „ *  _». •    ».• >•>-'. • TV •    -    ii-. -V & •< •  I  I  MAYTAG  Electric  Dryer  219.95  187  Reg $219.95  s...  s   Price  Walnut 2 Lamp  and  Cocktail  TABLES  3 Pc».  %  29  95  I 2" Zenith Black & White  TV  *87  Innerspring  Mattress  Full Size  Sale £ Price  28  SUS.*   B W*0W» SWU.  •WB    '    •  llatehW .Am VMS 51 ......  nmwtw ' 61   Sa\e  puce  Sale  Puce  Sale  Puce  >349  >258  fnct  Va'*  Puce  >128  >139  Ult  filet  >88  >119’  >595  Sale $100 Puce ■  Sale  Puce  Kroehler Recliner Olive nr Poiw u 5159.50     Go,rf    Nau *ahyde.    Reg.  SCHWEIGER SOFA. Mnrior   c °w, arm caps Reg $319 50  n  teuton stripe   Cl,m o '  JSS Me m TJX;,*'t  SCHWEI GER SOFA  (uxedo style. Ref 32950     Cm ’    "    Wa  J°2mo G#ld T " Md So,a - Heicolcn com.  to|   Cushions. OUK  KROEHLER SOFA Ruet  r  i   7     ’    "'I    1299 50.  lei J34T50 .    ’     0llve ~ n) ' ,on     'weed  HOLLOWOOD RFn t    ........  toto, im    >“    w*  S.  5 229  Sale  Price  5 58  All lt«ms subject to Prior Solo  ADEM TUIIDC Til  PEOPLES  Always Easy Terms  v'. Free Delivery. Phone 366-2436  215 FIRST AVE., S.E FURNITURE  LZ Cu. Ft. Philco Refrigerator Single door. Reg. 249.95 New Philco 25” Color TY.  Solid state walnut Reg. *699. Maytag Auto. Washer 141b. Reg. $299.95 Eureka Upright Cleaner Reg. $59.95.  20" Hardwick Gat Range Reg. $149.95  Salt  Price  >217  a 1 ;. >589  Solo  Pric  Sale  Price  Sale J Price  IS237 S37 127   

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