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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Sat.. August 24. 1971 Blouin: Ford Is Just II m i Honest Richard City Briefs Asks 18 Counties i I Get U.S. Disaster Aid N'a't''les' Cas'1 fione Lester' i ued at and in cash were By Frank Xye ;Kord lo tin- fullest degree 'taken from his room Thursday. DKS MOiNES (APi Near- iuji (he months of May and President (Jerald Korri "is an I ihink he is right bin 1 :ly Iowa farmers in 18: June, delaying planting or, in honest Kit-hard Nixon in terms reserve the right to onxise him: Best Rental Itents The Best.- couuiies suffered a loss of many cases, necessitating re- oj philosophy.1 according to i limik iic is AiK. million in coin ami planting. Sen. .Michael ISKniin of and the counties should be de-! prolonged drouth followed jDubuime. Democratic candidate. The 1'residem was right, CUfts for collectors. Jerome's clarwl disaster areas, (iov. Hay rains, Kay noted. district congress- ll'ulver said, when he singled out inflation "as our No. 1 prob- Second man. proonge rou o CUfts for collectors. Jerome's clarwl disaster areas, (iov. Hay rains, Kay note t; Coins and Adv. said Friday. Ik- said the unusual wea "But, like he still is forjlem." i; business, bit; money and! jhigh interest Blouin told a crowd of some 500 partisans at Izaak Walton park in Cedar Rapids Friday night. liay asked for the declaration combination "dealt a "Dead But he was "dead wrong." Culver told the cheering audi- ence, seated at picnic tables in 'Adv culture ll would make ather severe Loom rugs, 1722 B Ave. in a letter to Secretary of Agri- economic blow to the agricul- To the new'President's credit, i semi-darkness, when he said we i though, he approaches the mi- could it bv culting j lion's ills positively, Blouin con- tinued, "so we can at least fight him on that basi TO IHf Wf f O1OC ASt Showers and thunderstorms are expected Saturday night in the Dakotas, New Me: and southern Florida. Clear to partly cloudy weather is expected elsewhere. --Daily Record- Bridg The Weather Iowa Deaths E. Dundee Carl Visitation after Saturda, High tempcraiures Friday, ._ pcratures ovornight and inches of pre- cipitation: Anchorage 59 47 L. Angeles 84 65 _ Atlanta 68 Miami .....as 75 jo! at Bohnenkamp s, Manchester. Bismarck ..S3 52 .05 Min'anolis 73 55 v Chicago ...73 64 N. Orleans 9J 71 Denver ...B753 New York M M M Duluth ....61 46 Phoenix 104 73 Honolulu ..91 77 Seattle 74 5S Houston ...90 75 .73 Washington 87 71 C. R. Weather High Friday.............. Low overnight........... Noon Saturday 2 p.m. Saturday Rainfall ...77 West Liberty Clara Arp 85. Monday at Snider's. Independence Mrs. Chris tian Kondestvedt, 81. Tuesdaj at at Mason-Hawe's Visitation Sunday. Burial: Boa .58 Creek cemetery, Grand Mead 76 .....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, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 73; low, 63; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Sunday i Weather, Hi-Lo ows, Minn. West Union Palmer, 73, died John Pau Friday Bismarck PtCldy 83-55 Chicago............Fair 84-68 Cincinnati ........Fair 84-03 Cleveland..........Fair 78-60 Des Moines ..___PtCldy 84-66 Detroit ............Fair 79-57 Indianapolis........Fair I Kansas City .....PtCldy Milwaukee i-64 3-70 ..Fair 73-57 Minneapolis .....PtCldy 81-60 Omaha..........PtCldy 87-64 St. Louis........PtCldy 86-68 Sioux Falls........PcCldy 84-62 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in LaCrosse (12) 4.8, fall .7 Lansing (18) 7.9, fall .8 Dam 9 (18) 14.0, unchanged McGregor (IB) 7.5, un- changed Guttenberg (15) 5.3, un- changed Dubuque (17) 8.5, rise .3 Davenport (15) 5.2, rise .4 Keokuk (16) 4.6, rise .4 Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.74, fall .12 Fires p.m. Friday, Unknown to junk couch (in yard) at 820 Third street NW. p.m. Friday. Unknown to tractor at 1201 Ninth street SW. p.m. Friday, Air-E-Vac at Cedar Rapids airport. p.m. Friday, Illegal burning- at 2470 C street SW. McHeruy, 111. Monday at 2 a Burnham and Wood's. Belle Plaine Lenny Josepl Drahos, 16. Monday at 10 at St Michael's Catholic chureh Scripture service Sunday at 8 Visitation after 10 a.m. Sundaj at Hrabak's. Keota Fred J. Lawrence 69. Monday at 10 at St. Eliza- beth's Catholic church, Harper Rosary, Sunday at 8 at Po- well's, Keota. Prairieburg Raymond A Marek, 61. Monday at at Murdoch chapel, Central 'ity. Visitation after a.m. Sunday and Rosary at 8. South English _ Harley Grove, 78. Monday at at English Hiver Church of Breth- crn. Powell's. Brooklyn Mark Williams, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Williams, St. Louis, Mo., and former Brooklyn residents. Graveside services Monday at a.m. at the IOOF ceme- tery, Brooklyn. Nevenhoven's. Bennett A. Eleanor Hen- derson, 63. Monday at Visitation after 9 a.m. Sunday. Rosary p.m. Sunday at Sh e e t s and Son's, Tipton. Burial: Inland cemetery, Ben- nett. Vinton Gladys Teneyck, 65. Campbell's. Garrison Emma R. Schad- le, 89. Campbell's, Vinton. Iowa City Lt. Col. Elmer M. Hay 74. Monday at at George L. Gay's. Visitation after 9 a.m. Sunday. MOLINE, Iowa, and Moline. The cl family room. sand Steven, wspital in jirth occurred. and I knev veren't goin; Atkins said. ome n e a vorkers. Medical o nother and en-ounce ba -ell. and the man he hopes succeed, Congressman John fvit'-'X of Cedar Rapids, the It AIS candidate for U. S. sena- RS ftOW addressed the throng follow- a roast pig dinner served style. New Ford praised Presiden .saying, "I have known for 10 years and think high- orn of him personally. ge have the highest respect for his basic decency and hon- said he would suppor 111. (UPI) i born fo the Steve y of Mount Sandy in the front seat for Volkswagen in the e Iowa-Illinois Recorder e over the Missis-etween Sandy, 265 Lamplite SE, has been selected as s the third for the lone of them have a hospital Republican candidate for Linn county recorder. The selection was made by the GOP cen-tral committee Wednesday and announced Friday. Atkins, 22, her hus-, 21, and their mmy, 4, and Tere-n their way to Sandy is a graduate of Franklin high school. She took undergraduate work at Cornell college in Mt. Vernon before her degree at the Uni- of Arizona. we got to is a member of St. Mi- the urge to push immediately Episcopal church, and mother of three children. Mrs. lo make is currently president of Pan Hellenic Society of they reached Rapids as well as pres- bridge, the of the Linn County chapter tkins stopped Alpha Phi national sorority. is wife lie previously served with he got aid from b y local chapter of the USD, and worked on the Citizens to elect Governor ficials said Ray. er six-pound, se-y girl were of my background n Linn county and experience various groups here, I feel I am well qualified for the A. J. of county the farmers eligible to Clothing Missinjj Dale An- low-cost government loans, derson. YMCA, reported to po- of im extremely unusual planting ami" season this Hay wrote. "Heavy I.IA-.I deluded our farms dur- MI-DIO.IIKI, mei.njny. wasteful military budget. ________ Culver pointed to a billion: (lames Montrose Sat., cut in military funds voted doors, Adv. the senate this week. He pre-: and six ties with a total value of' wore taken from his locked car Thur-xlay night or Friday dieted the house will go along; Garage Sale: .Monday. DEATHS with that and said even morel day, 1621 Greene A1 could be cut without impairing I Adv. "fiscal responsibility" and leav-j ing the nation "militarilyj sector of our slate.' A spokesman for liay esti- mated the 18 counties repre- sent possibly less than half the counties which may eventually request assistance through their county disaster committees. The counties which Hay men- tioned were designated by local agriculture officials in their own county, and the dis- aster situation was approved by the local boards of supervisors. The losses ranged from Van Buren county's million in sound." Ford is Margaret Dosedel Margaret Dosedel, 53, a resi-jconi and soybeans to mil- jdent of the Cedar Rapids in Pottawattamie. "Arrangement of the Week" most of her life, died Thursday i Senator Calvin Hultman (K wrong, too. Culver Mexican watering can with car- nations and pompons, said, for even considering a Florists. cent per gallon raise in the fed- j Adv. eral gasoline tax as an anti-i inflation move. j Beauticians booth space Lamolit Iliam Ehlcr, United Methodist church. Burial: Floral Hills, Oelwcin. Kreussel-Fawcett's. Fire TORONTO (AP) Fire Sat-iPrairicburg. Dies Thursday PRAIRIEBURG Raymond A. J. Marek, 61, a retired farm- er and lifelong resident of the Prairieburg area, died Thurs- day in a Monticello hospital. Born on July 19, 1913 in Jones county, he married W i 1 m a Fousek Plauer on April 28, 1972 in Independence. Mr. Marek served with the U. S. army during World war II, and was a member of St. Jo- s e p h s Catholic church urday destroyed a Canadian Na- tional Exhibition building con- Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Lester, Los An- taining valuable antiques ancljgeles. Calif.; one stepson, Rob- rugs. Fire inspectors Plauer, Prairieburg; three damage at Schaben, Ray Engage In Heated TV Debate stepdaughters, Mrs. Vincent II Doris) McXamara, Central iCity, Mrs. Robert (Mary) jMumma. Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Loras (Alice) Hanson, j Burlington; and nine grand- children. End Allowance He could get billion in hurry, Culver went on, if 1 could just persuade enough Re publicans to vote an end to tin depletion allowance for oil com panics. In his brief, but rousing speech supporting Blouin's can didacy. Culver also asked fo help in his own campaign particularly in western Iowa where he is ndt as widely-knowt as in this area. Culver praised Blouin for vot ing the way he talks and usec this as a take-off to shoot a barb fc at his own Republican opponent State Rep. David Stanley. Tax Relief Blouin talked property tax re- lief for the elderly and voted for :t in the legislature, Culver said, vhile Stanley talked it but voled against it for the last three 'ears. Blouin accepted Culver's ap- >raisal of his own record, which te himself described as "consis- ent" as contrasted to what 31ouin said was the "contradic- ion of philosophy" record com- liled by his Republican oppo- nent, State Sen. Tom Riley of Cedar Rapids. Blouin said Riley talks ray and votes another. Charged Riley He charged Riley with talking I for campaign reform but voting Kirkwood Grads "Participants in Success Story" Graduates of Kirkwood com- munity college receiving diplo- mas in ceremonies at Veterans Memorial Coliseum have been participants in "one of Iowa's iuccess Governor Rob- ert Ray said Saturday. Ray, in an address for Kirk- wood's summer commence- ment, told the graduates they "have now become a part of the fastest growing alumni group in Iowa's educational system products of our vital, expanding area community colleges." The governor said Kirkwood began its first year of operation in 1966 with only 119 students. "This Ray said, "some j 30.000 lowans in the seven coun- against the income tax checkoff bill to provide public funds for political parlies. Blouin said Riley talked for fi- nancial disclosure by lobbyists "but voted against it four times." He also accused Riley of talk- ing about wanting to help the el- derly but voting against legisla- tion to remove the sales tax from heating fuel and against legislation to improve the pen- sion system for state employes. Opponent Absent Finally, he said, he'd like to compare his own record with Riley's vote-by-vote but found it difficult because, he charged. Riley was absent on many votes during the 1973 session. Turning to Culver's campaign, Blouin answered charges by- Stanley that Culver is outspend- inghim. saying: By Jerry Mursener iSchaben) who says he has no at a.m. Monday at Catholic church St. SIOUX CITY (UPI) by the Re, Thorn-, burial: St. Joseph si two candidates for governor Friday labeled each other sa'c' "special interest" supporters in 'ssues have taken course work in this area community college." the second of a series of ,fact that Ra7 was attempting to planned debates here. In an often-heated cxchang Gov. Robert D. Ray and Demo- cratic challenger James Scha- ben made sharp comments about campaign financin; called for a ''breath of fresh air." He said Ray had made more than 2.000 appointments during Friends may call at the Mur- doch chapel in Central after a.m. Sunday, where! a rosary will be recited 8 p.m.; Sundav. jfor rent. June's Beauty Nook, [377-7157. Stereo, TV Taken Allen D. Stoner, 702 Fifth avenue SE, told police that stereo equipment, a TV, radio and other items val- ued together at were taken from his house while he was in the hospital Thursday night. Carnations dozen. Four Seasons Florists, 3028 Mt. Ver-j non Rd. SE Adv. night after a long illness. Oak) said the listing does She was born Margaret Ha-j not include all the hard-hit milton April 3, 1921, in New Jer-icounties. sey. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs. Gordon Minehart, Cedar Rapids: two grandsons; her mother, Mary Hamilton, rural Marion; two sisters, Mary Mul- nix and Charlotte Wong, DCS Moines; and a brother, Edward, Omaha. Services: Brosh chapel at 2 p.m. Monday. Burial: Linwood. The casket will not be opened at any time. Friends may sign the register after noon Sunday. Jan Dee is with Killian's Shop.-Adv. now associated Lindale Beauty Did you know that many old United States stamps have tri- pled their value in the last four years. RNS Inc. Coins Stolen A coin collec- ion, jewelry, stereo equipmenl and possibly two handguns were aken from the residence of Burnita Downing, 1722 Seventh SE, Thursday while she vas in an Iowa City hospital. Attention: Shampoo living room bedroom until August 31. Starting September new prices. Diamond Carpet Cedar Valley Montessori School, 830 4th Ave. S.E. 365- 1915. Accepting applications for ages years. (Accredited Open House Sun- day 2-5 p.m. (Alley Adv. Van Entered A van was Token into Thursday night and 500 worth of tools and mer- :handise belonging to General Clectric Contract Co., 1401 K ;treet SW, were stolen. Flea Market and Antique lale: Sun. Sept. 15, Armar 3allroom. Several spots still ivailable. To rent your table for his huge event (only call 63-5122 or 393-4658. Sponsored El Kahir Shrine Directors staff.-Adv. Donate old and surplus books j i Friends of Library Used Book Sale, September 27-28-29. fardback, paperback, anything. Take NOW to Main Library, j Julia Stefan Julia Stefan, 83, formerly of 2424 E avenue NE, widow of Ed Stefan and a Cedar Rapids resi- dent most of her life, died in a Cedar Rapids nursing home Fri- day following a long illness. Born June 10, 1891, in Nebras- ka, Mrs. Stefan was a member of Golden Rule lodge and the auxiliary to the Children's Home. Surviving is a brother, Hugo Madlik, Orange, Calif. Services: Turner chapel east at p.m. Monday by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski of St. John's Episcopal church. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Turner east. The "The only time you feel good about Iowa's crop situa- tion is when you drive around Lincoln, which was ap- parently 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 Musca- tine Appanoose Davis mil- Monroe De- catur Llarke Lee Wayne Harrison Shelby Guthrie Audubon Cass Pottawattamie Monona Woodbury mil- lion) and Van Buren mil- ?amily be at the Sadie Vlach residence, 1808 D avenue NE. Other Unions Join Picketing At the Roosevelt About 500 members from .'arious unions joined the picket ine at the Roosevelt hotel Sat- urday morning, according to Gene Schuelisy international Boy, 6, Hurt; Ran into Car Christopher Sallis, 6, of 821 Eighth street SE, was treated at Mercy hospital and released after he ran into the side of a car driven by Wilbur Kenneth Salzbrenner, 44. of 1124 Clifton street NE. 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 tharges were filed. representative of the hotel em- ployes' union. The pickets carried signs, blocked the entrance to the parking ramp and booed cars hat entered. Police were called )y hotel customers to accommo- date incoming traffic. Two of- icers on the scene termed the Jicketers peaceful and added hat no serious lad arisen. confrontations (Continued from Page 1.) Fortiner, received a telephone call and was told, "We have Patterson, jr." Patterson's fa- ther is the company president. From that point until the vic- tim was unexpectedly set free, negotiations with the kidnapers continued in a series of phone calls. Didn't Appear The FBI refused to disclose the ransom demands, except the figure. Officials also re- fused to say'why Patterson was Blocked by Van without jt being At one point, Fortiner tried to A van rolled up to the en-1 deliver the ransom but the kid- trance of the parking ramp andjnapers failed to appear j stopped, but was soon moved by police. (enwood Branch or Arm- trong's or phone 393-5123 for were passed out to lick-up. Adv. county headquarters in___ the Arco building following the ;i commencement address. "There is no way John Culver, no matter how hard he tries, is going to outspend Dave Stanley. The only way he j Tax Relief for (Culver) can stop the purchase) of public office is to outwork and out-organize him (Stan- hotel patrons explaining the em-j until after ploycs' cause for striking. The leased. The news media were aware of the kidnaping Friday but vol- untarily withheld news of it Patterson was I flyer listed wages of the em- Richard Baker, special agent 'poyes and the outcome of some in charge of the Philadelphia Pollution Devices DES MOINES (UPI) Pro- I cf the strike negotiations. Schueller said the pickets had received "very good reaction Arizona Youth Dies In Swisher Crash SWISHER Bruce Wadden of Phoenix. Ariz., was killed i in a one-car accident at 6 p.m Friclav. (Continued trom Page 1.1 The protesters seek from While House aides. Haldeman Named i the last six years which "puts a Mt. Pleasant Man ww The two appeared on.-i KCAU-i look at the record rind see blacktop road one mile west of former" Whi TV taping scheduled for broad- has becn responsible. Take a thc .lrailcr of an Sunday night. posed property tax exemption rules for installation of pollution j control devices will be a top agenda item at !he Aug. 29 meeting of the Iowa water qual- ity commission. i The proposed property The Among those named as de- Irak aUvhat has been'done and camc .slammed into the truck in which fturc-n accident occurred on in the suit are H. R. House chief of staff; William Hcnkcl, rules stem from a law passed by the 1974 Iowa legisla- turc allowing certain property itax exemptions for installation of pollution control devices. FBI office, praised the coopera- tion of the media. He said Pat- terson had been told he would from the labor brothers killed if word of the kidnap- CTOnoral nnhlin Schaben said he has disclosed what can be done." the source of his contributions: The most heated exchange driven by Ronald former presidential advance crossed the an and Ronald Walter. in every election he has been in-came as Schaben charged that Thc accident occurred on a over several times before "strik-: to volved in and lowans still do not Ray had engineered an income county road a mile north ing an embankment. -testify know "who the governor's sup-tax increase in 1971. Schaben of Burch's wife. Sherry, 21, porters arc." jsaid there "is not one person .Scott was a passenger in ailisted in critical condition at-the rally" old a 1 Dunlap Democrat said, who isn't paying more property truck driven by Herbert! Mercy hospital in Iowa City. It was expected thc Ehrlich-; The Found Innocent Of Rape general public. "Aren't Pleased" Rob Cook, general manager of the Roosevelt, summarized re- action of thc hotel administra- tion. "We aren't pleased, course, but it's their he- pointed out. "We have tried to stay out of i j their way and not aggravate or antagonize he added. "Basically, they're good people with just aims." The strikers contend thc Roo- ing was broadcast. Cliou Letter WASHINGTON (AP) Chin- ese, Premier Chou En-lai sent i President Ford a "very warm t otary Press Sec- IcrHorst told re- hlrd cond cl ipids, The Dunlap Democrat said, who isn't paying more property truck driven by Herbert! Mercy hospital in Iowa City. It was exneclcd thc Ehrlich-; Th that Ray received fronVtax today than when you came Mueller, 34, Mt. Pleasant, andj Ronald Burch is listed in fair man subpoena and the Graham'iurv bankers who contributed to a into office." jdiod when thc trailer of an on-! condition, also at Mercy. it arrives 'rnat( IOWA CITY Robert wages "don't even meet, 34, of Iowa City, was found in-'government poverty levels" and! noccnt Friday of a charge of j'he hotel responds that their sal-' his appearance at'sexually assaulting an 11-year- lary scale is the highest in the' market, six-man and six-woman deliberated for dinner earlier this summer. In! Schaben said the state needed coming truck driven by Dean- Charges of drunk driving addition, he said fair distribution of taxes butlSlater, 44. Crawfordsville, camc pending against Burch. from people who had been ap-jthe governor responded that and hit their vehicle. pointed to state commissions I has been "attempting !o do Slater escaped injury. Mueller 20 YEARS AGO President and that another to provide a balance was reported in serious concli- Eisenhower signed the bill out- from registered lobbyists. of taxes." (ion in a Mt. Pleasant hospital, lawing the Communist parly, However, the governor coun-! During his tcred that Schaben held a said he has supported pro- ncr in Des Moines two to stabilize property ago at which was raised .taxes, eliminate income tax for from truckers and contractors, i low income lowans, phase oul clemente home where 'has been living in .seclusion he approxi- hotirs before deliver ict. Thc charge was filed March "There's a dinner from trucking intorosls and con- tracting interests for a man personal property tax and re- move taxation on food and drugs. WEDDING FLOWERS for Beauty from PIERSON'S'T; Your ITU Florlsi Kills Blvd. NW I-'lowcrrihonc 36S-1S26 I-'HKSII FIMWKHS I'nimpt FKCK'S i SHOP 5008 Center Pi. Rd. 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