Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 23, 1974, Page 7

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa GOP Caucus Attendance Down, but No Wakes By Staff Writers    Generally,    said Mrs. Palmer,' The 1PERS resolution, drafted person can contribute to a polit- Only three attended the Van They weren’t exactly grand those attending the precinct by the Cedar Rapids Education ical campaign.    Buren caucus. In addition to old parties, but by no means    \e.    \?™Ted \? ^Assn., was also adopted at the! At Erskine school, the 12 per- regular business, the group were Monday night’s Republi- man™!’taw**™'** Eisenhower caucus. The Pierce sons Present adopted resolutions adopted a resolution saying many were new faces.    protesting the early release of resignation by the President She said many at the eau- group also adopted a resolution convjcte(j dangerous criminals,” would be extremely undesirable cuses signed a petition beingjasking a state law be passed and charged that the news because such action would cre-circulated by the National Citi- putting a limit of six years on media has been unfair and inac-a^e havoc in foreign relations, zens Committee    for    Fairness    to    the amount of time persons    can    curate in coverage of    the    Nixon    anc^    serve no    useful purpose.”^ the Presidency.    serve on a public school board,    administration. Revamp Campaigns    ‘Ban    Buck Night’ At Eisenhower, where    the    Only three showed    up    at the    caucus at the    home    of Mr. and r    0.....   „0_____ science room turnout included 24th precinct at Roosevelt junior ^rs- Robert Tow, 4219 Dale- Instead    of    lamenting    Water-jtural use of farm    land; and    four people, two    goldfish and a    high. The trio agreed that some    wood    drive    SE.    Two    years    ago. gate,    which    grass roots    Repub-mandatory wearing    of helmets    chinchilla, there    was consider-other method than Buck Nightie    same    caucus    drew    JI    per- licans are finally realizing has by motorcyclists.    able discussion on revamping of be found as a method for rais- sons- .Pierce Republicans also de- campaign procedures.    ing party funds.    Despite the small turnout, the manded an increase    in    the    Iowa,    One man suggested a    flat    At Lincoln school,    the    three    four    passed    eight    resolutions Public Employes    Retirement    limit of $25,000    be placed on    present handled the usual busi- system to a point where retire-    congressional candidates. A    ness of electing county conven- can precinct caucuses in the Cedar Rapids area Watergate wakes. While the turnout was less than two years ago in a presidential year, Linn GOP Chairman Frances Palmer was not disappointed by attendance. Pierce School At Pierce school, the IO persons present adopted resolutions calling for limits on non-agricul- Keep OO Percent Four persons attended the nothing to do with local races,” said Mrs. Palmer, it would appear some in the party are taking the offensive. Return Money    merit benefits are comparable Woman urged a time limit on Mrs. Palmer's Bertram pre- I?J™.™, r°CeiVCd by otherifamPai8n)i?8’ and a" aKreed 011 cinct passed a resolution calling P^l* employes. ........Wing    the amount any one on the Iowa Democratic party I to return money received from I—J /-mica Q n r dairy interests.    llUUbe 0^1105 Several precincts adopted res-! olutions proposing a state law! that would prohibit any out-of-state money being contributed to Iowa political candidates. In addition to resolutions, the tion delegates, and signed the petition in support of President Nixon. and discussed a wide range of issues. The group asked that winter Daylight Saving time be reviewed; that the 60 percent bond issue requirement be re tained; and that a more effective means of transporting school students be investigated. The caucus also said the state should gel out of the liquor business; called for some sort of state appeals board that would provide recourse to citizens regarding governmental regulations; and said Republicans should review the growing bureaucracy in government. Work Hard At the Tenth precinct at Garfield school, the nine persons present urged grass roots Republicans to work hard in the coming campaign to regain county offices. John Randall, jr., called on all Republican candidates to work closely with the party. Precinct Chairman Bob Al-lendcr said the “major problem is in onr own party. “A lot of Republicans have approached the point where they don’t want to help or contribute to the party. And there is no way you can win with that attitude.” Larger Turnouts Turnouts at Washington high school and Arthur school were larger than two years ago. Mrs. Palmer said the change in precinct boundaries was confusing to some Republicans, particularly in the Marion and northeast Cedar Rapids areas. One of the concerns expressed at the Garfield caucus was the vacancies on the county Republican central committee. Mrs. Palmer said there are still 22 unfilled seats on the central committee out of the total of 132. She said there were 31 vacancies when she became county chairman in January. A wide range of other subjects were discussed by the Republicans, including taxation; the need for noise pollution controls; reduction of the number of counties in Iowa; and protective measures for the family farm. Republicans made no endorsements in the party’s three primary races—for governor, Second district congressman and senate district 13. Committee Favors Changes Voted Viet Bonus Hike In'Open Campus' des moines (ap) >- The Rule at Oelwein I PERS Bi y0 0overnor,senate appropriations commit' tee has recommended passage OELWEIN— Directors of the DFS \fnT\Fc ( API a Km a    to appropriate an addi- Oelwein Community school dis- tional $3 million to the state trict Monday night voted to amend the district’s Campaign Trail Disappointed Mrs. Palmer said the one dis-. Monday Feld Asks Disclosure By News Officials DUBUQUE — Michael J. Feld, Republican candidate for< System ifPFRS ■    >    lative    approval,    a    total of $31 Under the new program, soph- the nomination to the congress; ’    v‘ S( n 0 million will have been appro- omores will be permitted “open jn me Second district, speaking the governor by the Iowa house plated for bonus payments to campus” privileges only if their bcfore the Dubuque county Re- Republicans selected 453 dele- ,0 8ive the employment seeur- Vitnam bonus fund for distri- ,    .    t    .    ,, gates for the party’s June 14 ity commission an additional bution to Vietnam-period mili- 3 L ,, e 1S ric s °Pen county convention which will $465,130 to operate the Iowa j tary veterans.    campus’ program, effective in convene at 8 p.m. at the Roose- public Employes Retirement ^ the measure receives legis- the next school year. volt hotel. I Iowans. appointment to her was the It would provide $30,000 for small number of 15- to 18-year- the rest of this fiscal year and olds at the caucuses. That age $100,000 for 1974-75 to retain an group is eligible to attend party investment management firm, functions as junior delegates. The Boston Co., to administer ------------- —    —    the IPERS investment program. Rep. Frank Crabb (R-Deni-sonl said the Central Life In parents request it in person. A VM WVlJt Alt AAA MVI IIVI I .    Kl*    * Committee members acknow!- j Juniors will receive the privi- pu 10 a n precinct caucuses Monday evening, said he will be edged Monday that claims are leges if a wTitten request is subrunning ahead of the number mitted by their parents at the expected when the measure start of the year, was originally funded.    Seniors    will automatically re- - ceive the privilege unless their Johnson Road Work Par™ts ?°cincall-v ask ,hal they do not. Lost Sharing Told Students violating the ‘‘open: ‘‘more than willing to reveal his full and complete personal finances — including his income tax returns — when the publish-! ers and reporters of a Des Moines newspaper do the same. “The newspaper, as well as By Oswald & James Jacoby When you bid a small slam durance Co. of Des Moines has I been donating investment man- IOWA CITY — The Johnson campus” rules will be subject to other members of the news agement services to IPERS. ' | county board of supervisors suspension.    media, hold positions of public But the fund now amounts to'Monday received a letter from la other action, the board trust and serve as opinion more than $500 million and the the corps of engineers indicat- voted to increase to 174 the makers. time necessary’ to handle it has ling the corps will share costs of number of hours needed for “As such, they share a simi-grown to an extent that Central road work needed along three graduation. The number has liar responsibility to the public Life no longer can take care of miles of county road “E” and been 160. The change will affect as a candidate for public office it, he said.    one mile of the Sandy Beach students who will be sopho- or elected official. Therefore, if Ile said the rest of the mon- roa(l- candidates or elected officials are to be required to disclose their personal finances, it would only be logical to include the news media.” ; mores this fall. your first step    in    planning    the    t,yt which comes out" of The    The letter, from Walter    ll. The board also, approved ten play should be    to    count to 12    jpERS    fund, was to make up a    Johnson, district engineer    for    percent wage hikes    for    prin- tricks.    deficit    in the IPERS adminis-    the corps said the corps could    cipals, vice-principals    and    non- If South had stopped to do    this    trative    fund caused by too    not justify cost — sharing    for    certified personnel. before playing to trick two he small an appropriation voted the Hoosier Creek bridge.    - would have seen two tricks in last year.    The supervisors are presently 20 YEARS AGO — Sen. Joseph spades and clubs and three in Crabb explained that IPERS studying the various road and McCarthy threw the senate in- alone of all state agencies last bridge needs in the county vestigations subcommittee into Davies, deputy assistant secre-; year submitted an administra- and in view of construction an uproar by denouncing as “in- tary of state for Near Eastern live budget only 90 percent of costs given the supervisors, Su- decent and illegal” the action of and South Asian affairs since what it had received the year pervisor Robert Burns has Army Secretary Stevens in mon- 1965, has been nominated by before, as asked by Gov. Robert called for a review of the proj- itoring a phone conversation President Nixon to be ambas-Ray.    ect before any final action. with him.    isador to Cyprus. Envoy to Cyprus WASHINGTON (UPI)-Roger KAST A Q.J10 9 2 * ♦ 5 3 ♦ 1072 NORTH A K 874 * A J 3 3 ♦ \.16 + K 4 VV KST ♦ 6 5 *97 ♦ 109872 4» Q J 5 J SOUTH (D) ♦ A 3 ♦ K 10 8 2 ♦ Kgt ♦ A 'J 16 North South vulnerable Went    North    * Ea\t    South I NYT. Bass    2*    Pass    2? Pass    bf    Pass    Pass Pass Opening lead — ♦ IO diamonds for a total of seven outside the trump suit. This meant that if he could produce five tricks there, he would be home. Maybe South actually did this. It was hard for us to tell because at trick two he played his king of hearts and at trick three led a heart toward dummy and finessed the jack. East took his queen and led the suit back. This gave South exactly two trump tricks in and since there was only one trump each left in his hand and dummy he could only come to four trump tricks and that wasn’t quite enough. South could have scored five trump tricks if he had finessed the jack the right way, but he had a better way to play them. I He should just cash the ace and king and side-suit high cards. Then a cross ruff would bring-in enough tricks for the slam. East could ruff in with his queen of trumps any time he wished, but^ that would be the only trick the" defense could win. VACRRD Sendee 23 The bidding has been: We st North East South Pass I * Pass ? Pass North !♦ 3f DU, South hold: 2TAJ765 4A64 ♦Q 9 4 hat do you do now? -You might go right into ‘kwrood but if you want to be ntific bid four diamonds. TODAY’S QUESTION ou do bid four diamonds and • partner bids four hearts. it do you do now?* Answer Tomorrow SMU LE KOF FS 2/t acres of cry thing for the homo Third Avenue at First Street SE In Downtown Cedar Rapids FREE PARKING For our Customers, Using Park and Shop Plan. 3 Horsepower Power Mower Briggs & Stratton Motor You’d Expect To Pay $20.00 More Easy Terms Powerful, easy to operate. 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