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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Win Gazette llowa Delegation Jo Butz: I The Cedar Kapiels Gazette: Moa., July 8, 1974 Two Hurt in C. R. Crash; Free Entertainment Scott Installed Set This Weekend By Sertoma Club VY iii i i. i Straw Poll Opposed TO Legislation One Is Listed as Serious Thoii; who voted O.z'il ballots: Ity Al Surgle were cast; in The Gazette's DC straw poll at the All-Iowa fair 'f men's Assn., said Ins farmers would not beneiit from "-ember organization lias en- the bill. Country fair park in downtown Marion. ..The entertainment will heki a the sluifflebonrd courts in park. Leo tire co, entertainment bold at ciub at held at ,h, res.au- be u m. lu viiMvi alor. 2.12U tu 1.051. _ t feeders led by Iowa Guv. Kobcrt rat, over Karl Monday they do not ley, Mus- favor emergency farm credit I'.S. sen- legislation currently pending in -nl c r   m DC-, Officials in Meeting A car accident Sunday accident, -.vhich toW monimg near Uner Poin road pouce mvolved speeds up to serjous TOndltion a, st Luke's bolh cars were heading soiith on Hfh astate on picli.re pasej curve. Thc Krivanek into poles along the side of the Linn county iiualth Building, 751 Center Point roud ehairman, announced this up of performances: for Satur- day: ..Arlene lioddieker and the Hoddicker accordion band. noon to 1 p.m.; Sing Out Cedar Kapids, 1 to 2; unannounced yet is the group for 2 to 3; Dave Dighton's band. 3 to karate demonstration by Kim's Aca- demy of Tackwondo. 4 io 5; Masters Gospel quartet, 5 in (i; Sing Out Cedar Rapids, G to 7; karate demonstration 7 to 8. ljnil_; presidents; Larry land Jerry .scrgcant- at-anns. Board members elected for two-year terms were Kobcrt .1. Downey. John I.dand and Walt- er Hill. Hoard members named for one-year terms were Robert D. Jones, lik-hard Puiuit and K. vice- for i .711 sec- i .mil Democratic candidates over 1.543 M but the vote is i reflective of the state as a whole since a big majority of those ballots listed their rcsi-. ,Q sjx down time perpetuate soft absentee capital in acricul- bl'r I.UIMJII.VU "Our people here have some intensive care ward suffering m_ Moyer cm. struck a some money on my next Administration officials meet- I'om chest on (he other sidc of It'll be the firs! ing with the delegation included Driver of the other car. Sheila men cume !ne cari) since last Keiiteinber that.Dr. (Jury Seevers. a member of K. Mover, 20, of 815 Oakland bntl a Kjlort distance made some money." (Jer-'Ihe council of economic ad- .NK. was in good condition iiii'l. visers; Dr. Clayton Yeutter, as- Monday a! St. Luke's with possi- Gorbcr said farmers could sistant secretary for back injuries, stav in business with the aid of tiona! affairs; and Dr. Don Charged good bankers like his. I'aarlberg, director of agricul- "The bill would help only pco- tarai economics. Bolh wcre w'th !'cck' dences as being in the about it who feed less than five per- Some of the Iowa producers ;rict. 03 Counties Voters of 69 of Iowa's Y.MCA Tuesday's chedule at the Marion jis: Non-aquatic trampoline 9 Were spoiled, leav. Ihe Rim s academy wU ,h Sometimes ones a karate demonstration Friday ;for night. aving 3.246 valid Fm 10; gymnastics Although no claims are made, ____ ____, adult-for thc poll except that it re- No charge is made for the en- j open gym noon, baseball 1 p.m., I fleets the sentiments of only lertainmcnt. The fair is basketball 1, boys' basket-jthose who took the time to cast sored by the Marion adult 3 on its results have been an Chamber of Commerce and its j basketball 7. karate class 7; j accurate barometer of the out- pool youth lessons 9 a.m. ,j conic of general elections since jand 1 p.m., adult open swim it was started in 1052. and youth reerea-j In this connection, it must be [tional swim 4, swim team 5, taken into consideration that, retail bureau. less driving as a result of the farm credit tlov.'cent of the Cicrbor con- favored lowering the Hay told a press conference fol-ltinned. "I'm not interested in standards for beef cattle as a ,L lowing an hour-lung meeting helping farmers who held cattle solution to low beef prices. UdnClflCJ IH with Butz and three key Nixon'to pounds." Yeutter reported negotiations; If administration officials. 1'aul Iloffer of DeWitt, pres- may resume shortly with ee 5 Waldo Mommscn of of the Iowa Pork Produc-.da on re-opening beef exports president cf the Iowa Cattle-iers Assn., also agreed Iowa hog there. There will be dancing in the streets if thc city council ap- proves a request it received Monday morning. Mrs. John D. Gatto, 351 Thirty-first street SE, asked INDEPENDENCE -Plans for "T.- (hC Muneil a lct'Cr if end in a breakin at the Wmc- Industrial Parkj Lass Sei at Plans Announced In Sowa Giiy Breakin 1 At Independence IOWA CITY LOSS 1 placed at over the was Ralph L Chesrown Set P-Z Meeting banning and zoning commission will meet Tuesday at p.m. hall council n the city chambers. Parking Lot Was Dangerous Place To Be INDEPENDENCE Two per- ions received injuries Saturday night in parking lot mishaps fol- owing the stock car races at t h c Buchanan countv fair- __. _.. .1. I I IIUIIUI .3U11U 1, Dies, Rites Wednesday !famiiy and adult swim Ralph L. Chesrown, G4, ofj 2478 Eighth avenue, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Sunday morning following a long illness. Born in Davenport, June 29, 1910, he moved to Marion when a small child and lived here since. He served with the ai-my in World war II, was a member of Marion Christian church and American Legion post. He 'and Dollie Fleming were married Sept. 29, 1944, in Da- venport. He operated a trucking business for many years. Surviving in addition to his wife is a son, Ralph Dennis, at home. Services: Baxter Memorial chapel Wednesday at 11 a.m. by the Rev. Calvin Thorpe'. Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Mends may call at the chapel after 10 a.m. Tuesday. Visits Relatives Mrs. Ed V. Carey, 987 Fourteenth street, re- turned home Saturday from a two month's vacation. She visit- ed her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. David J. Carey, at Bal- timore, and a grandson, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and fami- ly, at Charleston, S.C. Kiwanis Hiawatha Trails Kiwanis club breakfast meeting is set for Tuesday at at Sambo's. Patschke Rites Funeral services for Esther E. Patschke, 81, who died Saturday in a Marion nursing home, will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Murdoch chapel in Marion by the Rev. Charles Moore. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the Murdoch chapel. Man Serious After One-Car Accident IOWA CITY Walter S. Chanoebelen, 38, rural Iowa City, was in serious condition Monday at University hospitals following a traffic accident Sun- day. Authorities said Chanoebelen was alone in his car when it lefl highway 218 two miles north ol Hills. The car rolled s.evera' times. The accident happenec shortly after midnight Sunday Kenneth W. Hentges, 21, Ma- sonville, suffered multiple con fusions and abrasions when run over by a car driven by Albert L. Johnson, 33, Waterloo. Bu- chanan sheriff's officers sale Hentges had been running anc fell 'behind the Johnson auto as Johnson was backing from parking place. Hentges was in fair condition Monday at Peoples Memoria hospital. Fifteen minutes after that ac- cident, Patricia Wright, 24 Cedar Rapids, suffered a bruise on the leg when struck by a car being backed from a parking place by Larry J. O'Connell, 18 Waterloo. She was release: after treatment at Peoples hos pital. No charges were filed in ci ther incident. Accident Victim's Services Tuesday DECORAH Funeral ser- vices will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Decorah Lu- theran church for David II. Wikan, 18, victim of a car ac- cident at Waukon Saturday. Steine funeral home has charge. The youth was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wikan, who sur- with a majority of votes coming j from the Second district, it was Marion i logical that Culver who has represented the district since 19G5 would receive consider- ably more votes than Stanley who lives in thc First district. Straight Ticket Culver's 2 to. 1 lead over Stan- ley resulted from straight Democratic votes, 669 votes by those who split their ballots for Democrat Culver and Republi- can Ray, and thc rest from votes cast for Culver alone, for Culver-Schaben, or for Culver- Democratic congressional can- didate. Stanley received 830 straight Republican votes, 85 from those who split their ballots for him and Democrat Schaben for gov- ernor, and the remainder from votes cast for him and Ray, for Stanley alone, or for Stanley and the Republican congres- sional candidate. Ray received the 830 straight Republican votes plus 881 from split tickets, while Schaben got the straight Democratic votes plus 188 from split ballots. Vote Totals Broken down by districts, here are the congressional vote totals: First Democratic candidate (Congressman Edward Mcz- v i n s k y over Republican (James 191 to 133. Second Democratic candi- date (State Sen. Michael Blouin) over Republican (State Sen Tom to 748. Third Democratic can didate (State Hep. Stephen Rapp) over Republican (State Rep. Charles 44 to 40. Fourth Republican can ovei Democratic (Congressman Nea" 22 to 11. Fifth Republican candidate (Congressman William Scherle' Monday by Independence Jevelopment Corp. President an option to purchase over 50 icres of land 1C acres from Art Kitner and the balance from he Greenley Development[ torp. of Independence. The land is located in an area within the city limits at the wrth edge of the city, just north of the Illinois Central railroad racks. To make the purchase possi- ole, over 60 Independence busi- nessmen and other interested )ersons lent the Development Corp. Plans for an industrial park in southwest Independence were tailed last spring after soil samples revealed the land would not support foundations 'or industrial type buildings. Since that time the corporation been negotiating for other land. over Democratic (Tom Harkin) !27to6. morning. I also died Saturday. Chanoebelen is suffering head and possible internal injuries, j DRIVE SAFELY vive along with three brothers, Ronald of Monona, William of'-, Philadelphia, Pa., and Edwin of Waukon, and three sisters, Charlene of Waukon, Mrs. Dale Jones of Monona and Mrs.] Dennis Ruffridge of Decorah. His maternal grandmother, Alvina Klotzbach of Decorah, over Democratic (Berkley 26 to 1. m industrial park in northeast Motorcyclist Dies; Hurt in Crash Tuesday CHEER William WHAT 75 high schoolers could use in iiiuwoiiitu 1.. lYiinuciiy jjuucaii, 10, oiea oun- ndependence were announced; brenner Drcusjckc I'ord jn University hospitals, 'aul Greif. The development group has lership here. Authorities said thieves Iowa City, of injuries suffered fled Tuesday when his motorcycle with mechanic's tools valued at and a car collided on a blacktop more than Entry was gained by breaking! a window in the rear of the es- Emerald Knights Win In Chicago Contest The Emerald Knights drum and bugle corps of Cedar Rapids Sunday won first place in competition at Lane Tech in Chicago. The local corps participate in five parades and four con- tests over the holiday period. I won second at Warrenville, 111.; third at Blue Island, III; anc sixth at Clinton. Friday night, the corps will compete in the Iowa American Legion contest in Des Moines. Iowa Armories Have Electronic Protection: May DES MOINES (AP) Weap- ons in but one of Iowa's 53 na- ional guard armories are pro- tected from theft by electronic devices and a triple lock system not by human sentries, ac- cording to a guard official. Security questioned at armories last week after enough weapons to outfit an army company were stoler from road west of What Cheer. Officers said the car, driven j ly Wendell Santee of rural Whatj was making a left turn vhen the collision occurred. Young Duncan was firet taken the Mahaska county hospital at Oskaloosa, then transferred o Iowa City. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Duncan; hree brothers, Brad, Randy and Dean; his maternal grand- mother, Mrs. W. W. Reasoner of Oskaloosa, and paternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. 3uncan, Monroe. The youth was a student at Tri-County high school. Services: Tuesday at 10, Harden funeral chapel. Burial in Indianapolis cemetery. an unguarded national guard armory in Compton Calif. Adjutant Gen. Joseph May said Monday Iowa national guard ammunition is store: only at the Camp Dodge armory northwest of Des Moines and is the only one kept under constan surveillance by guardsmen. Keys to weapons caches at the armories are changed oc casionally and combinations to safes and vaults are changec twice a year, he said. Some Iowa armories havi electronic intrusion devices tha are activated in local law en forcment offices by sound or jpressure, May said. Collision at Hesper Injures Cyclist DECORAH Steve Phillip, 18, received face and arm lacer- ations plus other cuts and bruises Saturday afternoon when his motorcycle collided with a car in Hesper. Winneshiek sheriff's officers filed a charge of making an im- proper left turn against the driver of the car, Mrs. Joyce Austin, 49, rural Decorah. Want ads are used tse worlc over to priduce desired results! Gatto's live on for a Bon Voyage party July 25. Thirty-first street is a short street off Bever avenue end- ing in a circle court. "The kids are going to dance by an amplified stereo, no rock said Mrs. Gatto in the letter. She added that no alcohol would be served at the party and that the adjacent neighbor had given his approval. Five Charges Filed Following a Chase TOLEDO Five charges were filed by a state troopei after he pursued a 15-year-ok youth on a motorcycle only to have the boy elude him by alle- gedly driving into a woodec area in Tarn a. Kenneth Alan Fulmer, Toledo, was charged with failure to stop for a patrol car, driving a vehic- le with no registration plates or card, running a stop sign while pursued by a patrol car, driving a motorcycle with no valid driver's license, and.speeding. Fulmer appeared before Mag- istrate John Felts Friday and pled innocent to all charges. His trial was set for July 19. Iowa Vacationers BETTENDORF (AP) More lowans than ever are taking vacations away from home this year despite higher prices for fuel and shortage of gasoline, says John Bireline of the AAA Motor club of Iowa. But people are being more careful in plan- ning their vacations because of limited fuel supplies and are taking shorter trips, he says, Kyle McGonigle of the Iowa Development Commission says more people are vacationing within the state because o higher prices and the fuel situa- tion. down the street before stopping. The Cedar Kapids fire depart- ment was called in extinguish a blaxc in Krivanek's car. In another accident Sunday, Laretta Esther Klith, 18, of 230 Sixteenth avenue was charged with failure tu have her vehicle under control. Police said her car .struck the rear of one driven by Richard Louis Petersmith. 3227 Twelfth ]avenue SE, when Petersmith stopped to make a left turn at street Miss Klith and three passen- 'etersmith car. Rick- Christine Petcrsen of Kirkman, and Rebecca Peter- smith of 3000 J street Sff, were treated at Mercy hospital for minor injuries and released. A two-ear accident in Van 'echten park Sunday resulted in ninor injuries to Robert A. Frederick, 33, of 639 Soutter :ourt SE. He was charged with Iriving on the wrong side of the 'oad. He was treated at Mercy hos- lital and released. Police said Frederick's car rossed the center line when he rounded a curve in Van Vechten )ark and struck a car driven by tales Shorty, 1517 Thirteenth avenue SE. Dennis W. Cook, 30, of rural Solve your buying, renting, selling or locating problems fas with a want ad. Advertisement Do Your FALSE TEETH Drop, Slip, or Fall? Don't keep worrying about vouj false teeth dropping at the wong time. A denture adhesive can heln. rives dentures a long- er, firmer, steadier hold. Makes eat- ing more enjoyable. For more security and comfort, use FASTEETE Den- ture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. Bee your dentist regularly. Toddville, suffered abrasions in an accident Sunday night near Center Point road and Collins road NE. Police said his motorcycle hit some loose gravel and turned over. 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