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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10A llu' Cedar Ciazrtte: Sun.. July 21. 1974 Scherle Against Amnesty, Cites Still Missing with the invest igat MI" ami "respectfully request the press refrain from contributing to prejudging of guilt." On amnesty, the convention i's I'b.tf'vm after making minor changes and adding a sentence opposing blanket amnesty. tin- courage of tncir con- ton. ii 0: ClaUon, -7 viciioiis." 'Iowa. 19 to Jackson, 15 Po- first roll call was taken Saturday morning to de- termine the membership of the parly's sia'.e centra! eommiliee. ,'7 Th.e proposed new constitution set membership at two :1! Iowa Democrats adopted a from each of Ihe six eongres- platform at Ames month districts phis the calling for "universal and un- committecman and commit! woman Hut a determine! made lo enlarge it members with four Johnson, 69 to 4; wvshiek, 16 to S. The convention got away to an emigoraling start with Kay's conditional" amnesty. Before approving the commit- tee's plank, the convention vot- ed down a substitute, offered by Congressman William Seller- ,0 nmnta.s le or the Filth district, that stirred up one of the debates of the day. Cites Missing Scherle presented his tion from ihe floor. It read: "Not withstanding our per- Kay Speech With the introduction of Ihe governor, hordes of his young supporters tossed dozens upon 10 dozens of red and yellow bal- loons Ray's campaign colors his first race in 19B8 with three from each district, om. onto ihe including the two national com- noo, r.iittiv case. rill.n jUH11 Wlien both motions failed, the floor themselves in a demon- resolu- first on the roll call vote and the stratum for the man who is second on a standing vote, Tom seeking to become the first four-: Tauke of Dubuque. the Second [erm governor in Iowa history. sonal feelings toward amnesty'district's new chairman, moved Supporting his thesis that be-' for draft dodgers and desert- to reconsider the vole on a 20- Hevability and leadership are ers, we believe that no govern- member committee. ihe two basic issues in the cam- ment policy toward amnesty yju( his motion lost, too, on a paign. Hay said the people shall take effect until there is standing vote. "want lo be able to believe" in a complete and full accounting iheir government. of all American prisoners of L' tl ln order to believe in govern- war and missing in action in' Thirteen of ihe 19 Gazette mem. they have to believe in Southeast Asia." area counties voted "no" on the'me people in government, he Scherle said there are stillmotion to enlarge the commit- continued, and "this they can do American POWs and lllAs! tee's size to 26 members. in Iowa." and no one who refused the call i These counties and their votes -YOU don't gain believability, to arms for his country should'included: Allamakee, 14 to 7; by just talking about it. You be granted amnesty until the'Buchanan, 24 to 2; Cedar, 17 get it by pounding a fist missing are accounted for. 5: Clinton, 52 to 11; the table or by loud talk or; Scott Grau of Elkader, to 3; Dubuque, 65 to political attacks on other, be a freshman at the Univer-jFayette, 24 to 12; Jones, 19 to Culver: U.S. Should Live Within Means Taking If Easy committee of the Linn of Iowa this fall, seemed jKeokuk. 15 to 4; Linn, 116 to 65; "You earn it. You earn it by i county Medical Society is study- to sum up the arguments by Tama, 24 to 1; Washington, 16 to' felling people what you what can be done regarding ...i. ,n i...i. m.-in reports that some persons are having problems finding a fami- opponents when lie said the Viet- nam war "was wrong and there is no reason to penalize 10: and 19 to 10. i going to do and then doing it. The six counties that voted to enlarge the membership to 26 Xo Flip-Flop P to 26' ly doctor in Cedar Rapids "It is earned when those who Four {amil physicians have public office demonstrate left (he dty ,his year and two hold that they think clearly, act from knowledge and facts, make the been no replaeements. hard decisions and are firm in Richardson Affidavit Tells Early Talks on Firing Cox WASHINGTON U P I) -j Richardson said he first Former Attorney General Elliot'learned that the White House Richardson has testified that. I was considering firing Cox on! Ra-v reviewed his ad-j about the time Vice-president! July 3, when it was record which, others have retired. There have those decisions without flip-flop- ping whenever the political winds blow." There is a problem, but certainly no said Dr. flight ihat loderoi govern- mu-'. make more o! an el- ion to Ine within its means. Culver addressed the Iowa de- i M miii of DAV's olst annual loiuntion. ami 2fMh DAV auxil- hot Calling inflation "a deadly and p e r n i e i o u s Culver said "a nation with a bankrupt economy is in as pour n position to defend itself as a nation with obsolete ar- maments and inadequate mili- tary personnel." Culver, the Democratic can- .didaie for 1'S. senate, told the veterans that during his 111 :years in congress lie has been "an ardent and consistent ad- vocate oi benefits and programs. Hut he added: "1 don't want to leave the impression that I can automatically be counted on to vote for veterans legislation no matter what it is. "Inflation is a deadly and per- nicious enemy to Ibis country's well-being, and quite frankly I believe we must scrutinize the dollars we are spending on vet- erans affairs as closely as we watch spending anywhere else in government." Culver was critical of Ihe New Yum Times service approximately eight Nixon Administration's control 1 DETROIT The Ford than present 1074 model of the Veterans administration ;Co. plans to raise prices on its. prices." during the past five years. has been a decrease of about j 1975 models an average of eight1 During the 1974 model yeari "There is no room for slip- Is family practice physicians, those formerly called general practitioners. This came during a period. Pat, left, and Mike McCool, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCool, 659 Memorial drive SE, weren't the day the photographer happened by, but that didn't seem to worry them loo much. ed with bosi- Linn Medical Society Eyes Price Hike For 1975 Fords Physician said Dr. Jacobs, when there waslSePtember- percent, or about S420. on its Ford raised its prices an management and waste in average car at about the timelpreccdented six times for a a vast, far-flung operation like jthe automaker plans to of or 11.1 percent oivthe VA, and yet there has been itroduce its new models next1 its average car and truck. colossal waste thest past few The letter was the first Agncw resigned. President! that the prosecutor was investi-j sald' Deluded a reduction in .the Nixon remarked "Now we i gating the financing of .Nixon's .percentage property taxes con- can go ahead and get rid of: San Clemente home. .tributed to all public revenues to' according to evidence re-i "Gen. (Alexander) Haig by the housed was not sure the President ihe look John P. Jacobs, chairman of [patients to specialists. the Medical Society's public relations committee. "I am sure there have been no cases where a person was ill and could not get health an increase in specialization. Ford's intention to put) tion of how large the price in-j The state DAV convention The increased work load for j through the increase was dis- creases on the 1975 models j emis today. family practice doctors in Cedar I closed in a letter to Ford would be. All automakers _J_____________ Rapids has forced some to throughout the country. Ford, General Motors, Chrysler obstetrics cases and minor sur- The letter said that "1975 model and American Motors have! al a referring! passenger cars will reflect that they expect substantial [looking for a bargain. Sell your procedures ivance billing prices' that are price increases next fall. j bargains now. Dial 398-8234. and reorganization of state gov- ernment were other items Raj- "we haven't leased Saturday judiciary committee. Richardson's statement about (discharge Mr. Cox, and that Nixon's dismissal of not be a matter of Cox, special Watergate prosecu-j charter to investigate the Pres- tor, Oct. 20, 1973, came in a'idem of the United he sworn affidavit given the corn-1 said. mentioned, saying mittee June 17, 1974. It ap- "Boss Uptight" peared in two volumes released. During another telephone con- versation with Haig later the .same day. Rchardson said.: Nixon cut in and "said he want-: ed a statement by Mr. Cox mak-: ing it clear that Mr. Cox was bv the committee Saturday in: c m its impeachment inquiry San the governor acknowledged was one of the few new i "we have serious problems in ments about the "Saturday' "On July 23, 1973." but our system night massacre." The volumes present a chro- !47 percent from 58 percent when said Dr. Jacobs, pointing out the! of emergency care] Repeal of the sales tax on at hospitals. "A person just new in town desiring a routine checkup may have difficulty, but with a little looking I am sure he will be able to find a doctor." Feature storv about just talked" about those things Nevertheless, said Dr. Jacobs, they are accomplished facts, "it is disturbing to hear people of performance in-lcannot get a doctor." He said; Ray con-S another committee of the Mecli- !cal Society is reviewing an up- Serious Problems date of the Society physician Alluding to the Watergate locator j In the last ten years, there son said, "Gen. Haig called and1 is working as congress and the told me that the 'boss' was very'courts move painfully, but incx- I Davenport Man Fair j After Highway Crash! about Cox and com-; orably, lo a resolution. j Jack E. Peel, 19, of rural Dav-j sal of the White HousePlameti '1Dout various of his ac- "Even as we express our was reported in fair con- to'turn'over Watergate including lctlers to the-rage. our concern, our disgust! dition Saturday night at Univer-j to two special prosecutors and'In'crnal Revenue Service and'for events that have transpired, hospitals in Iowa City fol-i to senate and house secret service from the spe-: we can be optimistic about the committees. Those Prosecutor's offire For ours is a system ing lowing an accident Saturday; __ _; morning at the Oxford in- will be the basis of a proposed' information on guidelines for that is based on more than a terchange of interstate 80. article of impeachment the electronic surveillance. handful of men." j According to the Iowa high- committee will debate next "General Haig told me that'if Speaking in a husky voice; way patrol. Peel, who was west- wecj. we have to have a confrontation that hinted of a cold. Ray con-hound, fell asleep. His car 'we will have it.' General Haig eluded: 'Struck the barrier in the medi- Go Ahead' sajd (he prcsjdcnt wanted 'a "It is a system that draws rolling over several times. "In late September or early tight line drawn with no further vitality from you who are will- October, 1973, I met with the mistakes.' and that 'if Cox does ing to work to elect the people Fighter Withdrawal President in regard to the not agree we will get rid of you believe in." Agnew Richardson Cox.' Richardson said. Following the convention, the said. "After we had finished our discussion about Mr. Agnew. and as we were walking toward Ihe door, the President said in sub- stance, 'Now that we have dis- BANGKOK (UPI) About which ended at p.m.', the'U.S. F-4 Phantom jet fighter-i] new state central committee re-'bombcrs will be withdrawn Blast in Uohemia PRAGUE (AP) An explo- e I e e t c d John McDonald of from air base in Thailand on in a petrochemical works in Dallas Center to a fourth wccks jn the installation's shutdown nrhern Bohemia killed 14 per- as chairman, and named the in- posed of that matter we can go and injured 79, the Czech cumbent vice-chairman, Mar- ahead and get rid of Cox.'There news agency CTK reported Sat-'garet McDonald of Cherokee, by mid-September, military was nothing more said." unlay. co-chairman. sources said Saturday. -Cedar Rapids News Briefs- 1C OFFER. Picnic Members of the Iowa City Area Ostomates will hold a family picnic at Jones park in Cedar Rapids next Sunday. The picnic will begin at p.m. in the big pavilion. Members are asked to bring a covered dish. service and drink. The picnic will replace the inual business meeting. "liouse on the Ruck" Motor- coach Tour, August 17. Travel Transport. XX Club Charles Decker, director of the All Iowa fair, will recap this year's: program at the Tuesday noon meeting at the Montrose. The fiiflrec. .Summer gift sale. 700 7th St. Adv. Conopus Club A Red Cross representative will speak Turs- day noon at the Kmhassy. Rent Pontoons and Ski Hig.s al, Coral Marina, (J2II-24I "Arrangement of the week" IVIitc French bouquet. Piers'in's Florists. Adv. Anonymous Indi- viduals with emotional prob- lem.-; arc invited to attend the Monday meceting p.m. al the (Iran1 Episcopal church. Visit Jerome's Coin and S I a m p Hobby Center, 110 Tower -Adv. Evening Optimists Husband and wile Mcak Irv Tuesday at al Mohawk pavilion. Sertonia Club Police chief Wallace Pelcr.s will .speak Turxlay noon at Ihe Monlrosc. Slide Show Mrs. Dwight. Krumboltx will present a slide show on Ethiopia at the Senior Men's Christian club meeting Tuesdav at 2 p m. at the Central YMCA." I.aura Wheeler Needleeraft designs every Sunday in the Classified Want Ad section. Adv. Metro Kiwanis Sports Writer Steve Allspach will present a program on base- ball Thursday noon at Ihe Ron- scvclt. Living room bedroom Diamond Carpet Cleaners, Tuesday Optimists meet Tuesday noon at the sevell. Treasure Hunters Valley Treasure lluoiei; meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. V'echlen park. J a y e e e Toastmasters Speakers at the 7 a.m. Tuesday meeting at Bishops will be Mary N'uncmakcr, Wayne Williams and Harlan Housing desperately needed, for enrolling students at Kirk- wood Community college. Indi- viduals, with rooms or apart-' ments for rent, should contact Student Affairs, Kirkwood Com- munity college. Adv. Heritage Society Linn county Heritage Sociclv w i I 1 meet Thursday at. a m. al Peoples bank downtown. 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