Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 24, 1974, Page 61

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 24, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Turner Seek Funds for By ll.-inismi Wchcr ilDl'A; Ally, (it-ii. Kii'luirxi C. Turner l.i liic Ufixmlirail par- ti, 's Jiioni'V live, lui! so far. all lie's iiettiiy Ls loose ehuiiije. In lour elections Turner has received a total of from the Hebublii-an .state central committee, lie (ijoires acandi- ila'e iur allorney general, or other .statev.ide uffice. should receive more. On three ucrasions Turik-r has taken his fiuhi to the Republican s t a t e convention by offering a resolution; each time lie has been rebuffed. Last weekend, the con- vention goers in DCS .Moines tabled Turner's latest resolu- tion which called for the Re- publican state central commit- tee to allocate funds to the candidates on a percentage basis. Turner proposed that the party allocate 40 percent of tlie money available for in- dividual campaigns to their gubernatorial candidate, :iu percent to their candidate for the U.S. senate, two percent to each of the congressional can- didates and three percent to each of Ithe remaining candida- tes for statewide office. Stale Officers In this latter category arc the lieutenant governor, sec- retary of state, auditor, trea- surer, secretary of agriculture and attorney general. Turner claims the party's candidate for lieutenant gov- ernor has been receiving 000 from tlie central .commit- tee; he doesn't know how much Gov. Robert Ray has received from the party in each uf his previous three elections. In 1966 tlie attorney gene- ral received from the Tama Officials Probe Equipment Theft TOLEDO Tama county sheriff's officers are investigat- ing the theft of horse equipment from the Sealock, Sealock and LeFevre farm, located south- west of Traer. The missing items taken from an unlocked shed on the vacant farmstead were reported to the sheriff Tuesday by Warren Sea- lock. Missing items include three saddles, two saddle blankets, two horse collars, two bridles, and an aluminum extension lad- der. s Party Campaign I'aiU, -jiiij iu iOCii. il.WAi 111 iW) and in 1972. "1 navel- t received any money -in.-) nun. i iji-eil informed as to what amount will be yivcn to the state Turner said in an niU-n lew. "'Iv.o years 3 Ik-Heve liie candidates for congress Kidi received and i understand they already have received this Tur- ner .said. "lA'ssi-r CamihlaU's" Turner addressed the con- vention on behalf of all state candidates except State Trea- surer .Maurice Baringer. Tur- ner said as far ;is he can determine the "lesser state candidates" each receives less than one-half of one percent of all funds that are distrib- uted by the central commit- tee to the candidates. Baringer spoke in opposition to the desolution. lie pointed to the resolution. He pointed podium which had a county- by-coiuity tabulation showing how well each country had met its quota. Baringer said only 27 or 28 percent of the state quota had been raised j to date. It was his contention that Turner's resolution would hamstring the central com- mittee. Stale Ken. Lucas Dekoster of Hull also argued that such an arrangement would "tie down" the central committee. Secretary of Agriculture Rob- ert Lounsberry supported Tur- ner's resolution, noting that when he first ran for office two years age he received two years ago he received from the state central commit- tee. Printing Costs Turner conceded that the party does some printing which includes pictures of all the candidates. They also do some other work which bene- fits all of the state candidates, he added. ''But I'm getting information that they have helped certain legislative candidates, but not others. When I was in 'the legislature, I don't recall re- ceiving any money from the state central committee, or even from the county central committee. "We're just wondering where all the money goes and we want the people to know that we only get a percentage from the party and have to raise our own Turner said. Grand Jury To Hear 5 C.R. Cases The Ci'Uar Kapids Gazette: Wed., July 24, W71 5C U. of I. Officials Deny They Were Uncooperative State Post to Jack Fails, Heister Mrs. ShingOu Pinned Under Car Sliii.jj Thirtieth strtri com i, lias been appointed to llie state advisory board on adult education. .Mrs. Ou teaches Kimlish for the foreign-born in tiie Kirk- wood Community College coni- muniiy edueation program. She was appointed for a threc- year term to tlie advisory houard by Dr. Robert Henton. state superintendent of u b I i e in- struction. Mrs. On will teach the Knglish class for foreign-born persons again this fall at Washington high .school. Cedar Kapids. Utility Requirement Waived by Planners i Marion planning and zoning commission Tuesday night rec- ommended waiving the un-: derground burial of utility wires code to permit a nursing home to install two overhead security! lights. A vote of 3-2 passed the re- quest by the Windlow House! nursing home, 3456 Indian Creek road, and it was sent to the city council for final action. Voting in favor of waiving the code were Paul Rehn, Carl Baur and Terry Opposing were William Reillv and Sharon Pete. Nursing home owners, Mr. and Mrs. Barry are asking permission to run wiring between the two poles for the security lights. Fan Fire Marion firemen were called to the Janice Scri- ven residence, 1120 Twenty-sixth street, Tuesday. An electric fan shorted out. Fire damage was confined to the fan. The house had extensive smoke damage. Morgan llei-'.cr. Mfc Eleventh street, was injured ITuesday afternoon at iiis hoine a car jack failed and he :'.vas pinned U-iu-a'.ii the veliicd-. I lleiMer was in condition I at .St. Luke's hospital with rib iand head injuries. I'uliee .said Mr.s. liei.sler v.as Jable to remove her husband' from under the ear before help arrived. YMCA Thursday's activity schedule at the Marion YMCA is: Non-aquatic pre -school Opinion: Officers' Choice In Handling Drunk Arresfs In settling a dispute between the detoxification center when it health and law enforcement authorities over the interpreta- tion of the recent alcohol detox- ification law, tlie attorney gen- eral's office has ruled in favor of the law officials. The dispute centered around whether law officers could still charge and jail a person picked up for intoxication. Health of- ficials maintained that intoxica- tion was no longer a crime after the law became effective July 1. The Rev. William Harnish, ex- ecutive director of the Citizens' Committee on Alcoholism, held that those people picked up for being drunk could not be taken is officially ready." Linn county Sheriff Walter Grant noted that the opinion reinforced his contention that it had always been the officer's choice whether to arrest a per- son for drunkenness or trans- port him to a treatment facility. He pointed out that most of the intoxication charges were filed by the police department. "It's more of a police he said. "Maybe one-half of one percent of the total intoxication charges are filed by sheriff's of- ficers. "The detoxification center or to the county jail as they had [nothing else will help some of been before July 1. j these said Grant. He However, the text of the attor- ney general's opinion reads, "...a peace officer who appre- hends noted that the county jail would be the most likely destination for those who are repeatedly person who appears to picked up for drunkenness, al- be intoxicated by alcohol in although each case would have to public place may, in his discre-jbe handled individually by the (ion, take that individual to an arresting officer, alcohol treatment facility. Obligated'' the peace officer i.s not obligated under this statute to do so. He may instead choose to file a charge of public intox- ication in violation of chapter 123.46." The opinion was based on aj change in (he wording of the new .statute. The original draft read that a person "shall" be taken to an alcohol treatment facility, but (he word shall was later changed to "may" before] the bill was passed. _ j The attorney general's opinion j was in answer to a request byi .Stale Sen. Richard R. Ramsey! iR-Oscoohn for clarification of the law. II a r n i s h when contacted Wednesday, said he was "not pleased with (he ruling." Ho added that the intent of the law had been to "decriminalize in- toxication, but it doesn't I-TOII to have done this." Pledges Cooperation Cedar liapids Police Chief Wallace N. l.al'i'lers said his cut intended "lo coop- 10 and 1 p.m., pre-school gym- nastics adult open gym noon and Mom's day out 1, 3 on 3 basketball 7, karate 7: Pool Youth lessons 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., adult open swim noon and youth recreational swim 4, swim team 5, family and adult swim llutcliins Janitor .Services. Quality. Fun and games Thursday starting 7 p.m. Stickney's Score- ward. Benefiting Charity: Mar- on Booster Cheer Legion Assn. Installation Set (ieos-e Maciiacek. will be in-tailed Wednesday a- commander t.i the l.ir.n County Af-.-n. American U VI r h x al tl.L Marion pn.-'. Maclia'-i-k .succeeds Konaid Sal'.t-n, .Marion, a eijunty CMU- mander. C h a r 1 s Cedar Rapids, commander oi the Iowa department of the American gion, '.'.ill be installing officer for the S p.m. ceremony. Korbei KiU-s Sen ices for W..I. "Jim" Korbei, who died .Monday, will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catho- lic church by the liev. John Gallagher. Friends may call at the Murdoch chapel. A Rosary will be recited tonight at i! at the chapel. Uurial: Ml. Calvary with military services by Marion American Legion. Dress Patterns ami Needic- erafl daily in Ihv Ch'.ssim-i! Ad Marion .Mothers club will a summer coffee Thursday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Carry 2ii75 Eleventh street. IOWA CITY Two major ad- ministrators given rcassign- July 1-v.'.lcr. fi'1'1 A avenue NK. belied over on a charge n; prop'Ttv He is chained v.ith bavins; a safe and tiie properly of Marilyn liuby, in his possession July Iti'imis S'.iek. 'I'Jil I-'irs! ave- nue SK, waived a preliminary hearing and v.as bound over on a charge of lie is charged with taking SI Oil in coins, tin- proper'1: o[ Keith Fisher, on .lime 1 i Dainie I'eUy. Second av- enue Slv v.aived a preliminary heariii-- a.'ui v.as over on a charge of breaking and enter- ing. He i.s charged in connection with the .June 28 breakin at the Bungalow tavern, 15'i2 II avenne NK. I'e'.ersen, Twen- tieth street drive NW. was bound over on a charge of lar- ceny of a motor vehicle. Hi? is charged with taking a car, the properly of Frederick Berg, jr.. July 5. stance removal frf.m our aspersions upf-n DRESS SALE! BIG REDUCTIONS POLYESTER DRESSES PANTSUITS. MARKED DOWN AS MUCH AS i, MISSES SIZES 10 to 20 HALF SIZES to 2414 STOUT SIZES to OPEN MON. THURS.'TIL 9 IN MARION 377-1705 Bounty. The quicker picker upper. TAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR STORE i SAVE 50 ON Bounty When you buy ONE package any size. J LIMIT COUPON PER PUflCHASE.IHIS COUPON GOOD ONLY ON BOUNTY. ANY OTHER USE j CONSTITUTES FRAUD. 10 J CO 1 PROCTER 6- GAMBLE CUT OUT ALONG'DOTTED LINES Puffs. To_sp_fte_n the_blow. TAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR STORE SAVE JO ON Puffs When you buy TWO boxes any size. UMIT ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE. THIS COUPON GOOD OMIT ON PUFfS. ANT OTHER USE CONSTITUTES FRAUD. TfSMS OF COUPON OFFEU, Er SUSwlIIINC. THIS COUFCN fCR niAltR RtPBtitMS Ilf'T Hi BEDtEMFD H PURSUANT 1O ThE TERMS OF 1HE CC'JFON n-n h'O-H) PROCTER 6- GAMBLE 97 CUT OUT ALONG DOTTED LINES 9I13XFJ White Cloud. The softest on earth. TAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR STORE SAVE 80 ON I White Cloud 2 When you buy TWO packages. PROCTER 6- GAMBLE CUT OUT ALONG DOITED LINES ;