Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 5, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

June 05, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- Chan c c of rain through Thursday. Low tonight SO. High Thurs- day iiear SO. VOLUME 92 NUMBKlt H7 CEDAR KAPIDS, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 5, 1974 CITY FINAL 15 CENTS ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Riley and BlouinWin In Second By Frank Nye Two Iowa senate colleagues will square off for the Second district's seat in Ihe U.S. house this fall after chalking up im- pressive victories in Tuesday's primary election. They are Tom Rilcy, Cedar Rapids Republican, and Michael Blouin, Oubuquc Democrat. Riley, a 45-year-old lawyei completing his tenth year in the legislature, defeated Mike Feld of Oelwein, a former congres Democrats chose two veteran stale senators to head their tick- et this fall, and Republican State Rep. David Stanley won a Tom Riley sional aide, to win the GOP nomination with 69 percent of the votes cast by his party. -Unofficial Totals Unofficial totals gave: Riley Blouin's victory was equally impressive since it was over three opponents C. J. Adams, Dubuque factory employe; Mar- tin Jensen of Hiawatha, until recently an aide on the staff of U. S. Sen. Harold Hughes, and Harry Sullivan, Ryan lawyer. Michael Blouin who left a job in Washington to come home and run for office. Unofficial vote totals gave: Blouin ........12.G82 Jensen........10.619 Sullivan Adams The six candidates got into Ihe race when Congressman John Culver, Cedar Rapids Democrat, decided to run for the U.S. senate scat Hughes is leav- ing when his term ends early next year in become a religious worker. Received Call Blouin received a congratu- latory call from Culver late Tuesday after his victory be- came apparent, and another from Iowa's .junior U. S. sena- tor, Dick Clark. Schaben Is Ray Foe; Stanley Is Nominated By Handy Minkoff i tenant governor and will face DliS MOINES (UPI) lowa Rcpublican incumbents Gov. David Stanley convincing victory in his second try for the U. S. senate to highlight Tuesday's Iowa pri- mary. Senate Democratic Leader James Schaben of Dunlap and State Sen. Charles Miller of Burlington won their primary contests for governor and lieu- Revives Girl, 9, in By Mildred Qujmby McGREGOR A McGregor registered nurse who answered her neighbor's cries for help Tuesday evening may have saved the life of Robyn Heins, 9. The girl was found on the.bot- tom of a privately owned, fenced-in swimming pool at the Floyd Wagner residence at about p.m. According to Mar-Mac res- cue officers who were called to the scene, Mrs. Wagner, and her Wade, a second grader, discovered the girl at the bottom of the pool when they saw Robyn's younger sister, Henrietta, standing at the side of the pool sobbing, "My sister, my sister." Authorities said Mrs. Wagner and her son recovered the girl from the pool. Their cries of help were answered by a next door neighbor, Mrs. Larry Wei- gle, a registered nurse. She immediately began to apply various resuscitation techniques, including mouth to month resuscitation. The child was not breathing. The Mar-Mac rescue squad arrived on the scene as Mrs. Weigle was in the process of resuscitation. She reportedly did not know breathing had been restored until the rescuers told her. The rescue squad then trans- ported the girl, daughter of Linda Heins, to a Prairie du Chien hospital. She later was transferred to a LaCrosse hospi- tal where she was in critical condition Wednesday. Robert D. Ray and LI. Gov. Ar- thur Neu this fall. Lost by Stanley, who lost to Sen. Harold E. Hughes in 19C8 by only votes, easily defeated State Sen. George Milligan of Jes Moines and will face Demo- r a t i c Congressman John Culver, who was unopposed in his primary race. Schaben, an outspoken critic of Ray's administration, called on voters to "reject" candidates who are nothing more than ai "feeble" echo of President! Nixon. The Dunlap Democrat, who defeated William Gannon of Mingo and Clark Rasmussen of West DCS Moines, promised a positive campaign that would restore "mutual trust and con- fidence between people and elected leaders." Grateful to Voters "I am grateful to the voters of Iowa for the confidence in me and I will do my best to be worthy of their said Schaben, who used an extensive media blitz in the final weeks ot the campaign to grab the nom- ination. Certain to be a key issue in the election will be the con- troversial consumer credit code bill signed into law by Ray ear- lier this week that doubled in- terest ceilings on revolving charge accounts. In conceding the election to Schaben, Gannon urged the sen ate leader to "speak out on the James Schaben issues of vital interests of the people of Iowa, issues like the 100 percent increase on interest rates." 1972 Campaign The Mingo farmer, who did not reveal !iis future political Charles Miller plans, was an unsuccessful gu- bernatorial candidate in the 1974 primary and lost to Neu in the 1972 lieutenant governor's race. Rasmussen, a former aide to (Continued: Page 2, Col. 3.) Supervisor j By Roland Krekclcr Eugene J. Kopecky, an assis- county attorney seeking Of Affairs Of Soviet" j public office for the first time, iwon the Democratic nomination for Linn county attorney Tues- (UPI Pres- day in a race that involved Wednesday three others. 'ha Sfov'c a month in what they can spend on any one stale official. Sends Message McCloskey said Wednesday In South Dakota, Thorsness, who spent six years in a North Vietnam prison camp and who holds the Medal of Honor, j (Continued: Page 2, Col. I.) Cfiiirfcfe A motorist received a bill for for a tuncup on his car en- gine. "Who docs your tuning- he asked. "A symphony copyright Today's Index Comics ....................6D Crossword .................6D Daily Record ..............3A Deaths .....................3A Editorial Features .........liA Farm Finaneinl Murioii Movies Society Sports Stnlc Television Want Ads ......im .......70 .......8C ......121! CII-911 ....1D-5I) .IMC ......1011 .IOD-I3IJ ;