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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., August 24, 1974 NA1IONAI WI AtHtt SI * VICI fOttCAST In ZAMI^t -IS - 74 Blouin: Ford Is Just Honest Richard Nixon City Briefs Ray Asks 18 Counties Get U. S. Disaster Aid Watches, Cash Gone — Lester J. Schulte, 527 Seventh street SIO. told police two watches val- gfj WI Aint* fOTOCAS? ® Showers and thunderstorms are expected Saturday night in the Dakotas, New Mexico and southern Florida. Clear to partly cloudy weather is expected elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weathei Iowa Deaths High temperatures Friday, low tem peratunes overnight and inches of pre cipitation: Anchorage 5? 47 L. Angeles 84 45    .    ,    lf . Atlanta 86 68 Miami    85 75 .30 at Bohnenkamp s, Manchester. Bismarck ..83 52 .05 Min'aPOlis 73 55 Dundee — Carl E. Ahrens, 6. Visitation after 7 Saturday Chicago 73 64 N. Orleans 90 71 West Liberty — Clara Arp, KSS? .:::!! Si KWr* & 8 " 85. Monday at 1:30. Snider's. Honolulu . 91 77 Seattle 74 55 Houston .. 90 75 .73 Washington 87 71 C. R. Weather Independence — Mrs, Christian Rondestvedt, 81. Tuesday at 10:30 at Mason-Hawe’s. High Friday .............77. Visitation Sunday. Burial: Bear Low overnight ........  58    Creek cemetery, Grand Mead- Noon Saturday ...............74    ows* Minn West Union — John Paul Palmer, 73, died Friday in 2 p.m. Saturday ........... 76 Rainfall ...................none Total for August............7.26 Normal for August 2.97 Normal through August ...23.16 Total for 1974 ..............38.75 Barometer, falling.........30.25 Humidity at noon..........64% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., SSE at 6 mph. Sun rises, Sunday, 6:24; sun sets, 7:62. Year Ago Today — High, 73; J low, 63: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Sunday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck    PtCldy    83-55 Chicago........... Fair    84-68 Cincinnati ........Fair    84-63 Cleveland..........Fair    78-60 McHenry, 111. Monday at 2 at Burnham and Wood’s. Belle Plaine — Lenny Joseph Drahos, 16. Monday at IO at St. Michael’s Catholic church. Scripture service Sunday at 8. Visitation after IO a.m. Sunday at Hrabak’s. Keota — Fred J. Lawrence, 69. Monday at IO at St. Elizabeth’s Catholic church, Harper. Rosary, Sunday at 8 at Powell’s, Keota. Prairieburg — Raymond A. J. Marek, 61. Monday at 10:30 at Murdoch chapel, Central I City. Visitation after 10:30 a.m. Sunday and Rosary at 8. South English — Harley Grove, 78. Monday at 10:30 at! English River Church of Breth-! em. Powell’s. _    o, ca I Brooklyn — Mark Williams, Des Moines......PtCldy    84-66, jnfant son cf ^fr and Mrs.j Pejr°lt . •  .........Fair    i9-51 i Allen Williams, St. Louis, Mo., Indianapolis ...Fair    84-64 jand former Brooklyn residents. Kansas City  PU lay    88-70jGraveside services Monday at! Milwaukee  rw£iaJr    I?'?.,', 10:30 a.m. at the IOOF ceme-i Minneapolis  ItCldy    81-60 tery, Brooklyn. Nevenhoven’s. Omaha ..........PtCldy 87-64    _    *    I St. Louis   PtCldy 86-68 , Bennet* Sioux Falls PcCldy M« fe{;on63af Baby Born on Bridge Over Mississippi MOLINE, 111. (UPI) - A daughter was born to the Steve Atkins family of Mount Joy, Iowa, Friday in the front seat of the family’s Volkswagen in the middle of the Iowa-Illinois Memorial bridge over the Mississippi river between Bettendorf, | Iowa, and Moline. The child is the third for the family and none of them have ibeen born in a hospital delivery room. Mrs. Mary Atkins, 22. her husband Steven, 21, and their daughters, Tammy, 4, and Teresa, 2, were on their way to the hospital in Moline when the birth occurred. “Just before we got to the: bridge I felt the urge to push' and I knew immediately we! weren't going to make it,” Mrs. I Atkins said. By the time they reached the middle of the bridge, the baby' was born. Atkins stopped the car and let his wife lie across' the seat while he got aid from some nearby construction1 workers. Medical officials said the; mother and her six-pound, seven-ounce baby girl were doing well. By Frank Nyc President Gerald Ford “is an honest Richard Nixon in terms of philosophy,” according to State Sen. Michael Blouin of Dubuque, Democratic candidate for Second district congressman. “But, like Nixon, he still is for big business, big money and high interest rates,” Blouin told a crowd of some 500 partisans at Izaak Walton park in Cedar Rapids Friday night. To the new President’s credit, though, he approaches the nation’s ills positively, Blouin continued. “so we can at least fight him on that basis.” Blouin and the man he hopes to succeed, Congressman John Culver of Cedar Rapids, the party's candidate for U. S. senator, addressed the throng following a roast pig dinner served buffet style. Praised Ford Culver praised President Ford, saying, “I have known him for IO years and think highly of him personally. “I have the highest respect for his basic decency and honesty.” Culver said he would support nod at $60 and $10 in cash were Ford to [he fullest degree! taken from his room Thursday. DES MOINES (AP) - Near-! “when I think he is right but ll    *    *    *    ly    25,000    Iowa    farmers in 18 reserve the right to oppose him Best Rental Hents The Best.—;counties suffered a loss of $342.5 j as vigorously when I think he is Adv.    million    in corn and soybeans,! wrong. The President was right. Culver said, when he singled out inflation “as our No. I problem.” “Dead Wrong” But he was “dead wrong,” Culver told the cheering audience, seated at picnic tables in semi-darkness, when he said we and the counties should be do ing the months of May and June, delaying planting or, in many eases, necessitating replanting.” A prolonged drouth followed Gifts for collectors. Jerome’s j cia red disaster areas, Gov. Ray (ju, heavy rains, Ray noted. Coins and Stamps—Adv. * * * Loom rugs, 1722 B Ave. NWr.— Adv. * * * Clothing Missing — Dale Anderson, YMCA, reported to po lice that four suits, two pants and six ties with a total value of could fight it by cutting the fed- $250 wcre (akcn trom hjs ,ockt,d era! budget without calling for a car Thursday night or Friday reduction in the “fat-bloated, morning wasteful” military budget.    *    *    * Culver pointed to a $5 billion Games — Montrose — Sat., cut in military funds voted by j Sun. — doors, 6:30. — Adv. said Friday. Ray asked for the declaration in a letter to Secretary of Agriculture But/. It would make the 24.420 farmers eligible for low-cost government loans. “Iowa was the victim of an extremely unusual planting a rid " grow i ng season year,” Hay wrote. “Heavy rains deluged our farms dor- Martha Sandy Candidate for Linn Recorder Martha Sandy, 265 Lamplite lane SE, has been selected as the Republican candidate for Linn county recorder. The selection was made by the GOP cen-t r a I committee Wednesday night and announced Friday. Mrs. Sandy is a graduate of Franklin high school. She took undergraduate work at Cornell college in Mt. Vernon before receiving her degree at the University of Arizona. the senate this week. He predicted the house will go along with that and said even more could be cut without impairing “fiscal responsibility” and leaving the nation “militarily sound.”    ✓ * * * Garage Sale: Monday, Tuesday, 1621 Greene Ave. N.E. — Adv. * * * “Arrangement of the Week” Mexican watering can with car- Ford is wrong, too, Culver nations and pompons, $5.50-$10. said, for even considering a IO- Pierson’s Florists. 366-1826.— cent per gallon raise in the fed- Adv. eral gasoline tax as an anti-    *    *    * inflation move. He said the unusual weather combination “dealt a severe economic blow to the agricultural sector of our state.” A spokesman for Ray estimated the 18 counties represent possibly less than half the counties which may eventually this i request assistance through their county disaster committees. The counties which Ray mentioned were designated by local federal agriculture officials in their own county, and the disaster situation was approved by the local boards of supervisors. The lasses ranged from Van Buren county’s $2.3 million in Margaret Dosedel, 53, a resi- corn and soybeans to $66.6 mil-dent of the Cedar Rapids area lion in Pottawattamie, most of her life, died Thursday Senator Calvin Hultman (R-night after a long illness.    Red Oak) said the listing does She was born Margaret Ha- not include all the hard-hit milton April 3, 1921, in New Jer-1 counties, sey. Surviving DEATHS Margaret Dosedel are a daughter, End Allowance Beauticians — booth space|^rs- Gordon Minehart, Cedar (for rent.    June’s    Beauty    Nook, I    Rapids;    two grandsons; her '377-7157. — Adv.    j mother,    Mary Hamilton, rural He    could    get $3    billion    in a    *    *    *    Marion;    two sisters, Mary Mul- hurry,    Culver went    on,    if he stereo.    TV Taken —    Allen    D.    n^x ^d    Charlotte Wong, Des could just persuade enough Re- Stoner, 702 Fifth avenue SE, told Moines; and a brother, Edward, publicans to vote an end to the police’that stereo equipment, a °maha. depletion allowance for oil com panics. In his brief, but rousing, speech supporting Blouin's candidacy, Culver also asked for help in his own campaign — particularly in western Iowa where he is not as widely-known as in this area. Culver praised Blouin for voting the way he talks and used this as a take-off to shoot a barb at his own Republican opponent. State Rep. David Stanley. Tax Relief “The only time you feel good about Iowa’s crop situation is when you drive around Lincoln. Neb.,” which was apparently even harder hit, Hultman said. These are the counties that Ray wants Butz to designate disaster areas and the amount of loss sustained in each: Lucas ($4.4 million), Musca- TV, radio and other items val- Services: Brosh chapel at 2 ued Itogether at $450 were taken !P-m Monday. Burial: Linwood. from his house while he was in The casket win not be °Pened atitinp (% e mi]Vmn) addaimkkp any time. Friends may sign the “"ec (r\5t.    APPanoosf register after noon Sunday. $2 6 ™lll0n)’ J?a0vis,(f 4 ™l1'  ___lion), Monroe ($4.8 million), De- ...    c,    r    catur ($6.9 million), Clarke ($6.4 Julia btetdn    j million), Lee ($9.9 million), Julia    Stefan. 83,    formerly    of    Wayne ($15 8 million), Harrison 2424 E    avenue    NE.    widow    of Ed    J ($33.9 million), Shelby ($28.6 the hospital Thursday night. *    *    * Carnations $1.98 dozen. Four Seasons Florists, 3028 Mt. Vernon Rd. SE — Adv. *    *    * Jan Dee is now associated with Killian’s Lindale Beauty Shop.—Adv. *    *    * Did you know that many old United States stamps have tri ste is a member of St. Mi-'lief tor the elderly and voted for chad's Episcopal church, and it in the legislature, Culver said. pled their value in the last four Blouin talked property tax re-jyears. RNS Inc. 393-8745.—Adv. ♦ * * Coins Stolen — A coin collec- Stefan and a Cedar Rapids resident most of her life, died in a Cedar Rapids nursing home Friday following a long illness. Born June IO, 1891, in Nebraska, Mrs. Stefan was a member of Golden Rule lodge and the lion) | a u x i I i a r y to the Children’s million), Guthrie ($25 million), Audubon ($26.2 million), Cass ($33.6 million), Pottawattamie ($66.6 million), Monona ($32.7 million), Woodbury ($28.1 million) and Van Buren ($2.3 mil- Ho,me    Boy    6    Hurt* mother of three children. Mrs. while Stanley talked it but voted non, jewelry, stereo equipment violin^n? no ^    'n'    • . ' Sandy is currently president of against it for the last three and possibly two handguns were ‘ c,,rvirpt. '''nlrnpr riianel p-    Kan    into the Pan Hellenic Society of years.    ; taken from the residence of a( p m Monday Pbv thJ christopher Splits, 6, of 821 a Downing, 1722 Seventh | yery    Rev canon D. A. Loferski1 Eighth    street SE,    was treated at he himself described as "consis-    was    in ‘an Iowa CUy'Lpitft St, J°hn’s Ep^1    church.|Mercy    hospital    and    released tent” as contrasted to what    *    * *    Burial: Czech National. Friends after he ran into the side of a Blouin said was the “contradict Attention: Shampoo living ™ay« cal1 ,at KTun?    k™"    X WiJbar tion of philosophy” record com-j room $9.95, bedroom $7.95 until    ^    ^ piled    by his Republican oppo-|    August 31. Starting September I hp    resldence> 1808 D    avenue (street    NE. nent,    State Sen. Tom Riley of    new    prices. Diamond Carpet. I1 i 366-6226-Adv. talks one    *    * * Cedar Rapids as well as pres- Blouin accepted Culver’s ap-ident of the Linn County chapter praisal of his own record, which of Alpha Phi national sorority. She previously served with the local chapter of the USO, and worked on the Citizens Ccmmitee to elect Governor Robert Ray. “Because of my background Cedar Rapids. in Linn county and experience! Blouin said Riley Mississippi Staqes (Flood stapes in brackets). Lacrosse (12) 4.8, fall .7 Lansing (18) 7.9, fall .8 Dam 9 (18) 14.0, unchanged McGregor (18) 7.5, unchanged A. Eleanor Hen-Monday at 10:30. a.m. Sunday.) Rosary 7:30 p.m. Sunday at1 Sheets and Son’s, Tipton.) Burial: Inland cemetery, Ben-: nett. Vinton — Gladys Teneyck, 65. Campbell’s. Garrison — Emma R. Schad- in various groups here, I feel way and votes mother. Guttenberg (15) 5.3, un- j Ie, 89. Campbell’s, Vinton. changed Dubuque (17) 8 5, rise .3 Davenport (15) 5.2, rise A Keokuk (16) 4.6, rise .4 Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.74, fall .13 Fires 12:05 p.m. Friday, Unknown to junk couch (in yard) at 820 Third street NW. 3:23 p.m. Fridav, Unknown to tractor at 1201 Ninth street SW. 6:17 p.m. Friday, Air-E-Vac at Cedar Rapids airport. 6:31 p.m. Friday, Illegal burning at 2470 C street SW. Iowa City Lt. Col. Elmer M. Hay (retired), 74. Monday at 1:30 at George L. Gay’s. Visitation after 9 a.m. Sunday. Lamont - William Ehler, United Methodist church. Burial: Floral Hills, Oelwein. Kreussel-Fawcett’s. $1,500,000 Fire TORONTO (AP) - Fire Saturday destroyed a Canadian National Exhibition building containing valuable antiques and rugs. Fire inspectors estimated damage at $1,500,000. Schaben, Ray Engage In Heated TV Debate By Jerry Mursener SIOUX CITY (UPI) - Iowa’s two candidates for governor Friday labeled each other as “special interest” supporters in the second of a series of planned debates here. In an often-heated exchange. Gov. Robert D. Ray and Democratic challenger James Schaben made sharp comments about campaign financing as Schaben accused the incumbent governor of accepting donations from big money bankers. The tw’o appeared on a KC AUTY taping scheduled for broadcast Sunday night. Schaben said he has disclosed the source of his contributions in every election he has been involved in and Iowans still do not know “who the governor’s supporters are.” The Dunlap Democrat said that Ray received $28,000 from bankers who contributed to a dinner earlier this summer. In addition, he said $7,200 was from people who had been appointed to state commissions and that another $2,800 was from registered lobbyists. However, the governor countered that Schaben held a dinner in Des Moines two weeks ago at which $100,000 was raised from truckers and contractors. “There’s a $100,000 dinner from trucking interests and contracting interests for a man iSchaben) who says he has no special interests,” Ray said. In his opening remarks. Schaben said that one of the “key issues” in the campaign was the fact that Ray was attempting to become a 10-year governor and called for a “breath of fresh air.” He said Ray had made more than 2.000 appointments during the last six years which “puts a tremendous power in the hands of the executive branch.” The Republican governor urged voters to take a “healthy look at the record and see who has been responsible. Take a look at what has been done and what can be done.” The most heated exchange came as Schaben charged that Ray had engineered an income tax increase in 1971. Schaben said there “is not one person who isn’t paying more property tax today than when you came into office.” Schaben said the state needed “a fair distribution of taxes but the governor responded that he has been “attempting to do something to provide a balance of taxes.” During his administration,! Ray said he has supported programs to stabilize property taxes, eliminate income tax for low income Iowans, phase out personal property tax and remove taxation on food and drugs. Raymond A. J. Marek Dies Thursday PRAIRIEBURG - Raymond; A. J. Marek, 61, a retired farm-: cr and lifelong resident of the Prairieburg area, died Thursday in a Monticello hospital. Born on July 19, 1913 in Jones; county, he married Wilma Fousek Plauer on April 28. 1972 in Independence. Mr. Marek served with the U. j S. army during World war II, and was a member of St. Jo-s e p h ’ s Catholic church in Prairieburg. Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Lester, Los Angeles, Calif.; one stepson, Robert Plauer. Prairieburg: three stepdaughters, Mrs. Vincent ( Doris) McNamara, Central City, Mrs. Robert (Mary) Mumma, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Loras (Alice) Hanson, Burlington; and nine grandchildren. Funeral mass will be offered at 10:30 a rn. Monday at St. Joseph’s Catholic church in Prairieburg by the Rev. Thomas Bisenius. Burial: St. Joseph’s cemetery in Prairieburg. Friends may call at the Murdoch chapel in Central City after IO:30 a m. Sunday, where a rosary will be recited 8 p m. Sunday. Mt. Pleasant Man Killed in Crash WINFIELD (AP) — Francis Scott, 57, Mt. Pleasant, was killed Friday afternoon when the trailer of an approaching truck came unhitched and slammed into the truck in which he was riding. The accident occurred on a Henry county road a mile north of Winfield. Scott was a passenger in a truck driven by Herbert Mueller, 34, Mt. Pleasant, and died when the trailer of an oncoming truck driven by Dean Slater, 44, Crawfordsville, came unhooked and lut their vehicle. Slater escaped injury. Mueller was reported in serious condition in a Mt. Pleasant hospital. that I am well qualified for the position of county recorder,” said Mrs. Sandy. Charged Riley He charged Riley with talking for campaign reform but voting against the income tax checkoff bill to provide public funds for political parties. Blouin said Riley talked for fi- Other Unions Join Picketing At the Roosevelt Salzbrenner was driving west through the intersection of Ninth avenue and Ninth street SE when the mishap occurred. The boy suffered foot abrasions, according to a police report. No charges were filed. Cedar Valley Montessori School, 830 4th Ave. S.E. 365-' 9915. Accepting applications for ages 2*2-5 years. (Accredited Kindergarten). Open House Sun-! About 500 members from day 2-5 p.m. (Alley entrance)—)various unions joined the picket ‘ X *    *    *    line    at    the Roosevelt hotel Sat- Van Entered — A van was.urday morning, according to Fortincr, received a telephone —Kidnaping— (Continued from Page I.) nancial disclosure b> lobby is .v ^roken into Thursday night and Gene Schueller,' international |caH and was told, “We have “but voted against it tour $5(M) WQrth of [QQhf and mer- representative of the hotel em- Patterson' ir-” Patterson's father is the company president. From that point until the vic- times.” Kirkwood Grads "Participants in Success Story" Graduates of Kirkwood com- :    d    Rj, f, ]k Ichandise belonging to General j ployes. union mumty college receiving diplo-'. ,    .    .•    .    ,    ,    Electric Contract Co., 1401 K    ...    . .    —......—    r—. —. ».v mas in ceremonies at Veterans ‘!'elab°u wa,nti„ng i°.hcp,t^ ti street SW. were stolen.    ,,0° a P‘.^    f3™*    agnks'l'in'    was    unexpectedly    set free. Memorial Coliseum have been *rly bm voting against legisia-    *    ,    »    blocked the entrance to the I negotiations with the kidnapers participants in "one of Iowa's J1™    IL    Lh fLinJt Flea Market and Antique Phar, K. r'™p.,    booed ean; continued in a series of phone success stories." Governor Rob-    ™L^f^'Sale: Sun. Sept. 15. Ar^ar'hat entered Pol,ce were called cal,s. ert Ray said Saturday.    legislation    to    imp    eve the pon- R    ^    by hotel customers to accommo- Ray,' in an address for Kirk- aion system for state employes,    T#    ^    Ptab|e    for    date mcomtng traffic. Two of-,    ™    Appear wood's summer commence-!    Opponent    Absent    I    this huge event (only $7.50) call flce,rs, on thc sc™,e tcr,mcd tho ,h he ™ rcfused 10 dlsclose men), told the graduates they: KinalH. he    said    he-d like t0 363-5122    or 393-4658. Sponsored    p"*eters    'x'aceful    atnd    addcd    ?xc?‘,he "have now become a par, of the compar^ h,s    own    record with, by El Kahir Shrine Directors*31    ~Ser,0US    eonfron,a“on*    ers™ fastest growing alumni group iniRdeP.s vo,e-by-vote but found it Staff.-Adv.    Ilad anMn    Kd^U, WtaSd Iowa s educational system — difficult because he charged !    *    *    *    Blocked    by    Van    ‘    Knout    it    being    paid. products of our vital, expanding'Riley was absent on many votes Donate old and surplus books A van roned , h deliveMhe0ransom buT the kM area community colleges."    during the 1973 session.    to Friends of Library Used trance^ oftte parkhw    ramp ^d !na~rs faiLTa^r The governor said Kirkwood Turning to Culver's campaign.; Book Sale, September 27-28-29 stopped, but was soon moved by The news medfa were aware began its first year of operation B|0uin answered charges by Hardback, paperback, anything, po,^    '    f‘,b    !™d‘a    :awar* in 1966 with only U» students, stanley that Culver is append- Take NOW to Main Library, *”^ were Bassed jl'arilv'"Sj but.vo1; "This year," Ray said, "some jng him, saying:    'Kenwood Branch or Arm-    an|anly_ wtlhheld news of it 30.000 Iowans in the seven coun-; “There is    no    way John Strong s    or phone 393-5123 for ties served by the college will j Cuiver, no matter    how hard hc^ick-up.    - Adv. have taken course work in this j tries, is going to outspend Dave! *- area community college.” .stanley. The only way he Tax Relief for Ray met with several young;(Culver) Can stop the purchase campaign workers at the Re-|0f public office is to outwork) Pollution Devices hotel patrons explaining the em- until after Patterson was re-ployes’ cause for striking. The leased. flyer listed wages of the em- Richard Baker, special agent ployes and the outcome of some in charge of the Philadelphia cf the strike negotiations.    FBI office, praised the coopera- Sehueller said the pickets had tion of the media. He said Pat- publican county headquarters in ancj the Arco building following the jev commencement address. out-organize him st DES MOINES (UPI) - Pro- received “very good reaction terson had been told he would posed property tax exemption ^Iom tbe    bushers and he killed if word of the kidnap- rules for installation of pollution Scneral public.    ing was broadcast. —Subpoena— (Continued trom Page I.) ture allowing certain property Arizona Youth Dies In Swisher Crash c u' i cu et d    ll    !The protesters seek $840,000 to t    til • a ^    W^fn:    fr°m White House aides 12, of    Phoenix, Ariz.,    was    killed in a one-car accident at 6 p.m.'    Haldeman    Named 1    -ri ♦    i    , AmonS those    named    as de-    ^ax    exemptions    for    installation I he    accident    occurred    on a    fondants in the    suit are ll. R lof pollution control    devices. blacktop road one mile    west of    Haldeman. former White House    ,___ Swisher.    chief of    staff; William Henkel, The car, driven    by    Ronald    former    presidential advance Burch, 30, crossed    the    center^ an;    and Ronald Walter, line into the left lane and rolled former presidential aide. control devices will be a top!    “Aren't Pleased” agenda item at the Aug. 29:    .    n,    . meeting of the Iowa waler qual- ,hRo^ Cook' ,fneral manager ot itv mmmkcmn    thc    Roosevelt,    summarized    re-Lr D    ^    , The Drowsed DroDertv ex action of the hotel administra’ Presiripn?1^ JhoullEn lai sent I he proposed property cx-|tion «<We aren.t pleased of f resident l ord a very warm Chou Letter WASHINGTON (Apl Chin- property ex- emption rules stem from a law    V    and personal letter," Press Sec- passed by the 1974 Iowa legisla-)™^ “    11 s    ,helr    r,ght'    ho    rotary Jerald IcrHorst told re- v    , »    , ,    .    porters. We nave tried to stay out of Found Innocent i,r» ..    J    .    !    rifobltthtfd In (iii by The boiette Co. Basically, they re good people on<J #uDll*htd (lolly on<j Sunday at 500 U'ith mc, alme, ’*    CM°.r Rao,dl-    M«0* second clat! postage caid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa with just aims' Of Rape Charge The strikers contend the Roo- IOWA CITY Robert Wilson,    sevelt’s wages “don’t even meet over several times before strik-    Nixon is being    subpoenaed    to    34, of Iowa City, was found in-    government poverty levels” and ing an embankment.    testify about    security measures    nocent Friday of a charge of    the hotel responds that their sal- Burch’s wife, Sherry, 21,    is    taken during    his    appearance    at    sexually assaulting an 11-year-    ary scale is the highest in the listed in critical condition at the rally.    old girl. Mercy hospital in Iowa City. ! it was expected the Ehrlich- The six-man and ^ix-woman Ronald Burch is listed in fair man subpoena, and the Graham jury deliberated for approx!-1 condition, .also at Mercy. | day subpoena when it arrives, matcly six hours before dcliver-Charges of drunk driving are: would be served on Nixon at his ing its verdict. market. Negotiation a standstill. are currently at Subscription ratei bv carrier ?S c*nt» o meek By matt: Night Edition and Sunday * issues S3 75 a month, 5)9 OO a year Af ternoon E ditions and Sunday 7 issue* *J Is a month. 540 OOa year Other state* and U S territories 560 OO a year No Mall Subscription* accepted in areas haying Gazette carrier service The Associated Pres* I, entitled etclusiveiy to the use for republication of an the lor al news printed In this new*, poper as well ai all Ap newt dispatches. pending against Burch. 20 YEARS AGO — President; Eisenhower signed the bill outlawing the Communist party, San Clemente home where has been living in seclusion. he The charge was filed March 131. For 61 years... flowers for all occasions WEDDING FLOWERS for Beauty from ... PIERSON'S"?,;' Your FTO Florist IM00 I His Blvd. NW Howerphone 1S6-H2S nit:sn . . UM WK Its . frump! Hr Ii rvry PIJ k N n il FI.OW EIK SHOP JOO* Center Pl. Rd. N.L. 393-5565 UNL or .HMIN I LAI**:* J.) 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