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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Sat., August 3. 1974 SfRViCt FORECAST lo XAM f SI Raccoon Taken from Car pr! racoon owned hy Danny Joe Mr.N'abb. 1122 Ki'gent stri'e! XK. Saturday was reported taken from his car ai ihc Bank Tavern. I't'DUT I'OMII road Mv poliiv lilt- ami a hull' nionili old animal. a; Iv- Wtvn I) Kriilav and '1 a in. Third Fire In Two Days DEATHS Percy Is in Presidential Nomination Race To Stay liv Frank remarks, which he did not liohert Kay would landslide ins The third lne in f.vo days was Vv t s .vn Ciiarles I'U.A illl! Di'mucrati.- 1m: S'aie Sen dis-rovcml Fri.lay evening on ivnluiue ins cues! for the'IVrry praised the house jiulifi- James Si-naben. to win a fourth at St. Luke's hos- Hi'publicaii president iaH'Ofommitlee for lernv n irc-pri'si- -ii'ii unnuin.i, I'i'.-i'.iii- i ,i..arc dent Kurd i earsa-o. j ho predicted a victory for: residence in nwd- idem. Kilev this fall and said Cov. i to the Town House dmner. and weie extinguished Mr. Wnjjhl owned the Magnus continued, m hotel in Cedar Rapids and was a ,h member of Immaculate Coneep- (ill tho party.s 1976 nominee i has not been damp- Cedar Rapids prior floor. The fires caused minor Showers and thunderstorms are expected Saturday night in New Mexico, the Great Lakes and most of the Northeast. Clear to partly cloudy weather is expected elsewhere. Culver Fund C I ;a iser oetia by firemen. Authorities art: investigating Bill ilie arson. tlOIl Chllrcll. imminm.l hu" n.it lioon' Humrv. J Hurts Children's Interests Terry Raye Dye Monday. Tim body is at Me-: R o n rl c a-r Cona'ty's funeral home in "A Good Thing" OES MOINES (AP) lowa'sjfor children who remained UOMUb JtJT a I Denver. i "It is a very good thing that i new foster care bill threatens! under the jurisdiction of juve- QQQ T I iKcpublicans have available for I th. richls courts. .pwv.vvv Ann Sommer i the presidency such prospective', 1! Uowever' tho ncw law' as Have Dvc, 18, arrest- Ann bommer because the way it is b, Socia, Son.k.cs ed Fndav bcing jn ,he Ann Sommer, 69. of 113 percy and Bakcr _! implemented by the state do-; Commissioner Kevin Burns, colmty jai, Samrday in lieu of .avenue SW, died Saturday after j Richardson." ipartment of social services, ju-'allows the stale to pay for the. bond on five criminal lingering illness. The Weather tu Iowa Deaths Senator Harold Hughes will be; i" .-berry I'oini Mary: speaker for a reception for Sec-j, Hiner 96. .Monday ;it ti ond district Congressman John, V ,omelorv, i culver Aug. IB in Cedar Rapids. church md a fomm. Rice, 8T.i Hughes will host the of May's Drug Co. He repeated that listing ofvenile court judges have'care of only those children charges. candidates about 90 minutes charged. i whose custody is turned over to. Polica Dye at in addressing some 250 The juvenile laws committee! the department. a.m. Friday in the 3800 block of is at a ?25-a-plate fund-lof the Iowa District Court; The rights of children in trou-yine avenue SE after a resident udges Assn. met with social; ble and those of their families! reported two men sleeping in a Second district congressional j services personnel Friday tojarc not the first concern of car 'candidacy of State Sen. Tom j discuss the bill, which went into! social services, charged Polk rjyo was wanted on charges E3 71 .is r i ri 1 Onklanc Bismarck n 33 Min'apolis 635-1.97 Manchester. Chicago 7260 .11 N.Orleans 9069.58 Yintoii Denver ..70S! New York .8971 "HOll JC.SM _ "'SH along with Senator Diet She is survived by a daughter, iRiicv Of Cedar Rapids Houston ES 76 i.ss washingfn   JV. 1 T i  Tuesriay a! Big Sale: Ellis Pro Shop. Sun rises Sunday. ai. Schultz'. qpts I North linslish George A. i i iCli, 0.1 i O as Donald Raher, 327 Eighth av- Friday. Dye, who was absent without low, 63; rainfall, none. 162. Sunday at fishing equipment Mississippi Stages (Flood stares in LaCrpsse (12) 5.2, rise .6. Lansing (18) 8.5, no change. Dam 9 (18) 12.9. fall.1. chapman's, where. McGregor (18) 6.0, may call from 7-9 Sun-1 Best Rental Rents The Best, after change. i riav i 4dv_ i Guttenberg (15) 4.0, fall .1. I either of acquittal or but only by a major reform of ,'lding' campaign financing laws." lhe Slrl andu the enue SW, was dropped when the _ _......._____............. Riley said two "inescapable" were cauSht m the Parking I two witnesses for the state, from the marine corps at facts emerge in contemplating jIot b-v Martm Denlmger, who ficers Tim Dolan and Terry; the time all of the alleged of- White House Watergate in the apartment building. Moyle of the Cedar Rapids po-1 fenses were committed gave his bies lThe 13-year-old boy fled, but lice department, failed to ap-j address as 1347 B avenue NE First, that Presidents Johnson was ordered lo rePort to at the preliminary hearing! Mrs. John Listebarger, 850 and Nixon, and Vice-president >'ou'h bureau- !m magistrate's court Thursday, t Thirty-fifth street NE, who man- Hur-iphrey would not have1 The damaged cars were; The two officers had been sub-ages the B avenue property for Church of Christ. Brant-Kerns', valued at taken from hisichurch Friends may i Clarence Tone Ft-tois. 79, car at his residence. Sunday at Cedar :Owatonna, Mmn. Monday at' jiioun ouimaj tit wtum Chanman's. w'herc! funeral home and at i R. Trusheim of Buffalo call after Memorial dared "to claim a deduction ,by Techau' her father-in-law, says Dye IU Cldilll d UCUULLIUU 1U1 T-. i T i i 1-1 i.wini-i in icitt, aaya a gift of papers and James Casteel, Raher had been charged withjnever ]ived at the addresj he while acting as a servant of whom live in the apartment Dubuque (W 7.3. rise .2. Davenport (13) 4.9, rise .3. Keoku.k (16) 3.9, rise .4. !Rival Probes of Player Taken Richard JHauschild, 1790 Country Club: ,i if they, along with cab-! comPlex- and at the chapeliinet members and members ofi The girl and the younger boy Friends! rZTred released to their Parents' to: make public certified copies of: Monday. wish donate -ijsted Cedar at Cedar Rapids (13) 3.92, fall .04. _ a.m. alarm system at 221 street SE. a.m. Saturday heated furnace motor Eleventh street SW. morial funeral home. r i Memorial Services Marion, Friday reported; ondTU; ...i.'j Modracek, Joseph C. d tape piayer valued at JQ-JD am in Chapel NEW YORK i APi taken from his car while by the Hev. Ralph Fires prosecutors have begun rival mart east, 180 Collins road i Cotton. Burial: Cedar Memori- ses p.m. Friday. Gas pan to1 vestigations of ial. Arrangements by Cedar Me. motorcycle rear of 418 First av- in securities were first lost enue NW. _ ithen found in the. city comp-1 Games. Saturday, Sunday. office. JMontrose. Doors Special state prosecutor: ?vej- Maurice Nadjari began on Fri-i Sfereo Taken -M'ke Brug- ;day a probe of Comptroller Scman. Slxth avenue SE. Harrison Goldin's allegation Friday reported a stereo re- that a ledger had been altered !ceiver. a tape player, a turnta- turns. (Continued from Page 1.) ''Inadequate Laws" he went on, "the'las with defensive weapons, Watergate itself emerged ground-to-air cause of inadequate laws ing campaign contributions. possessing valium and a tamines on July 14. I Judge Anthony R.scolarodis-l Car Strikes Tree; missed the charge on the motion j Driver Is Injured of Raher's defense attorney. i The police officers said later Damel p- McDonald, 18, of they had not received notices to 1813 drive SW, suffered appear in court. nead cuts and bruises at 2 a.m. jSaturday when the car he was idriving jumped a curb and struck a tree in the 1400 block of eaqan at UddS D I With Reinecke missiles anti-armor weapons, as; Services Are Monday part-of a deal with guerilla lead-j Fof G_ A_ Hanchetf First avenue NW. er Yasu Aiafat. j uvnTTcir McDonald was treated at But Lebanon's minister of NORFH ENGLISH George.M h i( state, Albert Mukheiber, A. Hanchett, 94, a retired farm-! failure to -for lack of adequate Lebanese army was died in University capita] isponsible for the protection of i Iowa City, early Saturday many new business ventures do r, 4-1 n] we had slrict limits on lhe eountr-v's border and popu-: lowing a long illness. n jcampaign contributions the indicating Lebanon will; Born Jan. 7, 1880, at Brooklyn, Hunt and sophisticated Soviet he formerly lived in Cedar: the vehicle was inst McDonald. SACRAMEXTO (API Gov-ieruP payments to I i Tn I mut a IJQtl UfCII rlllUl CU i ti in i kJiHj 1 I I V.IU V- f UebUT OT bUS IS :to make some of the monevjble and a record album taken iniernor Ronald Reagan says Lt !agcnts cound not llave been for the guerillas to enter Kapids. reappear. :a breakin at -his residence. ThcJGov. Ed Reinecke could !the country. I Survivors include a Embarrassment LOS ANGELES (AP) A I foot-long. Swedish-built bus tr, can bend in the middle made debut here and probc' Of: (Continued from Page 1.) "Dear Bob, en- correct billing (or Newell, Inc. Please And Manhattan District Atfor-items were valued at i California grave legal problems! Riley Pledged tnat pushing The papers claimed Merle Jones, and a ney Richard Kuh. who saidi ;bv resigning immediately. to bar "campaigned recognized Arafat s Pales-1son Dota Mullanix, both Xadjari didn't have jurisdiction. Bress Patterns and Needle-leckc savs he no such of j m m odc s Liberation Organization d a r Rapids; two 'declared he would conduct his -craft daily in the Classified Want1 tinn i amounts" would be one of hisllne sole representative of thejd a u g h t e r s and four llle cneck )o "s and we Ad section. Adv. Reinccke convicted of neriu 'highest priorities as a congress-1 Palest'nlan people, and as orward it to Lennen _____________ 'r.. p man i rightful ruling power in any; Services: Mondav at 2 tnll.v yours, Jack transit officia s bv creating a' T wt-'-h' inciay iO; etoir. ;L. Chestnut" few bends of its own. iAsifln Pflriflr fakcn Laura remain in office until hc is for-; Lmk ,1 alcstmian ells. ____________ Lilly's lawyer Anthony Nicho- TheSGOOOO 75 T C avpnue sentenced. His term ex-! Percy, claiming a solid link to j----------------------Mas of San Antonio sent a slate L Sly Post to Habib: e'vi ion Tiled -Cdmbodla- iMan Arrested ment quoting'UUv as California-Rapid Tran-! n.ACUIvrmv _ t.li" w (Continued from Page i.) j For Breakin and in fact, the nimcy Robert Da Was to to Jacl: chcstnut for IiuUtJI L IJi.Urt f II TJ u nromillv Hinwrl tho mar of n Ivult-'a- llas "ccn namco DV; !record of ending the. Vietnam'military the rc-'-jckc, 21. no address, was at the time''mP Cam" Ln Prcsiden( xixon as assistanti Groceries delivered d a i 1 y.: Reinecke told reporters: "I 'war. establishing diplomatic said. ;held Saturday in Iowa City hi, _li.n. new station r-. iu_ ...____ iMtnoias said nis client acted nis r r n WASHINGTON' .AP, takcn in a 'Habibi 54' an on Vietnam deilce' praised President Nixon's tactical advice to subordinate! IOWA CITY record of ending the. Vietnam'military the rc-'sckc. 21- nn address, was being1 President Xixon as assistant) Groceries delivered d a i 1 y Reinecke told reporters: "I! war. establishing diplomatic said. Saturday in Iowa City for secretary of state for East Asia 'Except Nelson's Gro-'am the lieutenant governor with Red China and a "It is his interpretation of RaPids authorities. auihnrHv nf on loan from lne anrl (nc .eery and Meat. 3fi2-3189.-Adv. I will bo until Dec. 31 or until with Russia, and work-isting laws that congress did not1 He Pickcd UP b-v Hirold C on T" system' IS post-trial motions are exhausted ing for peace in the Middle East.'mean to preclude 'advising' at n P-m- Friday pled cuiHy'this w-eek n Breakin Reported Janiceiand judgment entered. I am; Turning to domestic affairs, the level at which he performs !whllc atiempting to break mo- Percy labeled inflation as the The report noled ihit five se "le CongrcEalional -g pd} lo arlicuiatcd vehicie ,539 E avenue NE, ,ha( the lorl in tho nroorric urda.v reported a stereo and. lions will be successful." television set of undetermined Reagan told ,-i newsman Fri- viewed efforts to curb it as H value taken in a breakin at her'day lhat Reinecke wage and price con-'advisory role in Cambodia 1'V.r a lime ifabib -on of a 'plify things greatly" by (2) beating a bill to re- U said that, despite a Christian immifir n. r l31 a R'-cssionalh-established limit Kaplds' h'-adcd the r S negotiating Attorney General budget control act that gives 200 embassy personnel, an loam in Paris following resigna" wha' averafie of 215 to 222 U. S. mill-, Two Injured in lions which led (o the accords reponen a stereo and. i ions win nc succcsslul. nation's Xo. 1 problem and acts of congress prohibit S. participation in as I'He U. S. from tnkuig a would be pafd from aloHN in (1 iJUlV lIURl __i r_. and ohers had is-, "Hrrnnt lor Uaseke m. Presbyterians Hit in Cutback Hall, Sat. Aug. 3, (fisifek Band.-. Adv. Entered 1516 A avenue Younger. Younger's opinion said Rein- fiscal left and right hands lary and civilian employes ecke would automatically cease are doing before adopting a at work daily at the American A. being lieutenant governor when final budget annually. mission in Phnorn Penh or clse- Fri- sentencing is completed. Until where in Cambodia --------uw, .T ii mil nuiu- 1 i i r up at lhe Danish Book World in a corpora- tion. When Chestnut called him, he said, "We believe the pro- posed.payment to be entire- ly legal and proper The report said lhe embassy replied that no more than 200 ______ day reported a tape deck, two it said, the stale could speakers and two Softball glnves on any official ac- Charge Dropped in taken from her car at her resi- tinn Rf-incckr- takes. Assault On The were valued at L.'ii'tf A charnp of assault and hat- should give serious consider- such as existed during World W0rkin" hours Another Way Another way to slow- inflation. Percy proposed would i American officials were present --0 to "'i'y against David Allen; Sweetheart Rnsc.s lo tnc lose their jobs in a mnjor Schulie. Ccnlral drive SW.'c'ash and carry. el-slashing movf forced by di- has been dropped because 3028 Mt. ltd minishcri income. complaining witness did not-s.K.-Adv. The cutback will also wipe out Vi's'i testify in 'sidering canceling several out- many supplemental program court. Taken IClvis Uiccy trips ihal would leave operations of (he Ihrcc-milliun- Schultc had been charKtd'-lll? Twcnly-fiKhlh avcniio SW. .'is actint; governor. member dcnominalirm. wilh assaiilling Hichard llamb-.Friday reported a tool box con- secretary A "very, very serious cuPli.'i, an officer on Ihc Cedar taining tools valued at corn- Ihc Rev. Frank lleinzc, Rapids police force, on July 1. taken from his car while it was nn u'llrllloi' would church communications officer, j The case was dismissed on parked at his residence. do so lo prevent Remci-ke from wild Friday in confirming condition lhat Schulie file a ..serving in thai po.sl. step. "It's a crippling kind of release of liability lo the Wanled: All Silver Coins. IhiiiR." county, cily or arresting officer, j Jerome's. Adv. Drive Safely tin' attorney war II Percy ventured ,f Ihati The report suggested that general warned of." came about it would build such wan, Hcagan's office said mean- confidence in the nation's econ- action allhnunh it while lhat the governor is con- omy that "lhe stock market ,hr. has si'lcrint! cancplinc several out- would uo un 100 uoinls Car Accident MONONA John Isx and r-nt Wcidcrman, boih 17 of: onona. are lisled in good con- dition in a Prairie du Chien hns- pilal after the car driven by Lee went off the. left side of the paved road three miles east of Monoua al 3 a.m. Salnr- f'harges against 1.....are pend- thf titobliih'd In TsBl'hvThc GoTetle Co. ono nubllined flnllv ond Sundov at SCO looe oold ol Cedar 4 Klu  In an advance summary of lakcn some corrective steps on its own since lhe study period. I'rompl Mlli.SW VIMWKIIS VVAti'S ITIt I SIIOI' Center I'l. Rd. N.K. 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