Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 11, 1974, Page 8

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Sept. ll, 1974 Cedar Rapids Vote by Precincts SCHOOL DIRECTOR 3 Years SCHOOL DIRECTOR 2 Years PUBLIC MEASURES Ti e cr ft K e CC I rn sr z O 3 a P & •o' r £ 33 o X o 5: a: ft ? a a *< w I? a ar ■ A CS a >6 © a ST a. SP O r-* #■* rn c UT o a S!*5 cc ar ll t-w 9 y a-' J* ^ * a v> g Z o Z e 2! o r z 9 S' 3. ft £ s 3^ •o M O M ft Bi <5 SSS Si “ i r re ft I ^ 3 < 2?. Ii Precinct 2 56 IOO 128 50 25 20 72 17 44 137 Yes 62 No 93 Yes 73 No 88 Yes 74 No 87 Yes 81 No 82 Precinct 3 61 102 127 54 9 18 85 IO 58 147 86 72 67 89 73 87 79 79 Precinct 4 . ... IOO 203 193 66 24 47 152 7 67 230 140 133 159 109 153 117 137 124 Precinct 5 116 277 282 87 31 56 189 36 86 320 145 225 217 160 199 159 196 161 Precinct 6 30 44 46 26 7 15 26 20 15 62 26 46 2b 49 26 49 29 45 Precinct 7 13 24 14 9 5 3 16 14 6 29 18 19 12 24 12 21 ll 24 Precinct 8 56 108 106 46 13 19 78 IO 48 134 96 64 90 63 89 65 74 77 Precinct 9 30 56 58 35 13 6 53 8 15 72 44 46 40 52 37 52 38 50 Precinct IO ... 73 138 89 48 24 37 70 IO 43 151 76 83 73 83 74 80 71 81 Precinct ll . ... Ill 203 186 71 37 45 113 16 83 238 126 125 148 145 142 112 133 106 Precinct 12 . ... 85 235 215 56 20 45 162 17 73 49 130 155 165 111 162 118 158 114 Precinct 13 . ... 101 255 228 66 14 39 187 18 82 271 144 149 162 123 163 120 157 126 Precinct 14 . ... 39 51 49 28 7 16 46 2 20 77 46 37 33 47 32 48 33 49 Precinct 15 . ... 17 17 27 20 > 4 22 I 12 30 26 14 9 30 7 30 7 27 Precinct 16 ... 42 60 77 49 7 23 56 14 21 106 78 42 51 68 48 70 55 64 Precinct 17 . ... 70 101 89 25 18 26 62 12 29 117 78 52 77 47 73 54 86 42 Precinct 18 . ... 50 76 85 41 17 28 59 8 20 112 80 37 66 51 56 59 62 50 Precinct 19 . ... 30 44 34 22 IO 13 28 6 12 - 40 29 38 28 38 30 42 26: Precinct 20 . ... 58 81 HO 64 13 27 73 15 36 129 91 57 57 91 57 91 59 88j Precinct 21 . ... 28 27 51 47 13 14 29 5 20 66 27 43 19 52 23 50 22 49 Precinct 22 . ... 32 46 74 54 17 ll 61 7 16 97 60 49 34 71 31 77 39 67 Precinct 23 . .. 26 18 29 21 5 IO 23 3 IO 42 15 29 17 27 ll 32 26 17 Precinct 24 . ... 24 33 53 38 7 20 30 6 18 66 41 37 33 44 25 53 24 52 Precinct 25 . .. 40 49 59 53 ll 15 50 12 23 88 65 36 46 56 43 56 45 51 Precinct 26 . ... 31 49 47 37 5 17 44 9 24 76 49 32 37 42 34 46 32 45' Precinct 27 . .. 30 27 30 17 6 IO 23 2 12 49 33 16 14 36 13 36 13 37 Precinct 28 . .. 12 14 23 9 4 9 14 3 2 23 16 in ll 18 ll 16 9 17; Precinct 29 . .. 47 73 86 37 24 20 56 7 25 111 68 49 64 54 55 63 61 51 Precinct 30 . .. 18 20 27 15 3 4 20 5 8 30 22 17 24 15 26 12 25 13 Precinct 31 . ... 62 124 122 53 15 38 97 14 39 160 IOO 75 93 81 88 87 94 82 Precinct 32 . ... 48 96 89 35 20 25 61 ll 26 128 68 48 55 66 49 71 58 61 Precinct 33 . ... 58 83 105 49 15 31 77 9 27 125 64 80 63 83 54 92 60 82 Precinct 34 . ... 62 111 117 60 12 31 IOO 14 26 143 97 69 IOO 58 99 62 97 63 Precinct 35 . ... 99 163 152 62 16 27 15 13 43 193 128 89 123 93 117 95 117 93 Precinct 36 . .. ll 23 17 9 4 I 18 3 9 26 18 12 13 16 12 16 14 18 Precinct 37 . .. 5 IO 18 13 2 3 IO 6 3 16 9 9 7 ll 7 ll 7 8 Precinct 38 . .. 19 27 32 30 9 13 26 3 7 49 30 17 19 27 22 25 23 23 ; Precinct 39 . .. 9 7 28 29 7 4 17 4 7 33 17 19 7 27 5 30 8 271 Precinct 40 , .. ll 27 26 13 5 3 17 4 14 33 23 12 22 16 23 13 20 14 j Precinct 41 . .. ll 16 16 ll 9 4 ll I 4 23 17 IO IO 15 7 18 ll 14! Absentee 23 32 17 ll —— 14 24 5 6 36 30 16 32 14 25 20 < 32 141 TOTALS 1.844 3,250 3,361 1,569 505 801 2,511 387 1,139 4.084 2,540 2.240 2.400 2,345 2.301 2.425 2,339 2.325 -—I Rebuff to Hogan in Maryland ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) -1 Maryland Republicans dashed ■the gubernatorial hopes of U. S. Rep. Lawrence Hogan, the first and call for the impeachment of Richard Nixon. Hogan lost Tuesday’s GOP primary to Louise Gore, a party loyalist who claims she introduced Nixon to Spiro Agnew. (Photos on Picture Page) after his pro-impeachment ] stand. Only Two Complete but unofficial returns gave Miss Gore, a former state senator 56.889 votes. Hogan had 49,077 votes and carried only two of the state’s 24 subdivisions. In the November general election, Miss Gore will face incumbent Gov. Marvin Mandel, who gained 256.306 votes, or more than 66 percent, over three Democratic challengers, bonaire drugstore owner Jack Former Court of Appeals Judge Eckerd defeated Public Service Wilson K. Barnes was second Commissioner Paula Hawkins for the Republican nomination to succeed Sen. Gurney, who chose to retire after his federal indictment on charges of bribery, conspiracy and perjury. Rep. Bill Gunter led the 11-can- Pooch Power —Gazette Photo bv Duane Crock lf fuel again becomes in short supply this winter, this three-year-old Husky male may be just what you need to get around town. How many miles to a can of dog food you'll get is one unknown. "Wolf" may be adopted for $10 at the Linn county Humane Society, Mt. Vernon road SE. Shelter hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Republican incumbent Sen. Charles McC. Mathias easily won renomination over Baltimore surgeon Ross Z. Pier-pont. Mathias had 78,303 votes nd Pierpont 25,145. Baltimore City Councilwoman arbara Mikulski won the Dem-cratic U. S. senate primary publican moderate.State Senate President David Niixon. The Democratic primary was won by former State Sen. Richard Leonard. In the race to succeed retiring Republican Sen. Cotton, November against Republican state Rep. John Johnson, unopposed Tuesday. ARIZONA:    Democrat    Raul Castro, who narrowly lost in 1970, and Republican Russell Williams were nominated for College Voters Okay Mill Levy Use Expansion College Board Contracts with Expansion of the use of funds from the 2.5 mill levy received nearly 70 percent approval from jtte respective schools.-’ poweiij Waterloo Man j In other business, the board canceled its Sept. 24 regular    # „    meeting since the annual orga-    Raid at Farm Friuatfl VnAAlo national meeting will be held Iflvdlt; OLllUlm \fnndav at fin™    DELHI    -    A    24-year-old Wa- Rep. Louis Wyman easily won the GOP primary and will face!the governorship being surren-Democrat John Durkin, former    dered by Republican Gov. John didate Democratic field. He    state insurance commissioner.    Williams. Senator Goldwater’s faces an Oct.    I runoff    against VERMONT: Gov. Thomas    November rival will be Scotts- Secretary of    State    Richard    Salmon, an easy winner, will    dale newspaper publisher Jon- Stone.    face House Speaker Walter Ken-    athan Marshall. MASSACHUSETTS:    Gov. nedy, who defeated two GOF    - Of Assault in C. R. Charged After raided a farm four-and-a-half Monday at 8 p.m. _______ _____________ The    College Community "e board    also approved final voters in the College Communi-    sc^°°l    board Tuesday night Pa>,n\€nt °f    $97,674    to    Cedar tv school district Tuesday.    agreed    to contract with private !RaP1(*s Asphalt Co.    for    paving Unofficial returns showed 150    f^°nlsft0 provid' bus transpor- work. persons favoring the expansion,!.    °r, pma, e school stu- and 80 opposed a 69 percent ta- *“*•    than,    "imburse vocable vile.    dhe parents of uch students . ,    .    .,    . J Director of transportation, A simple majority was needed Clifford Leonard, said the for the measure.    change    will provide additional Voters also re-elected all benefits for the students. three incumbents, Daryl Hynek But $70, the district’s per of director district six; Robert pupil transportation cost, can be Krob, director district five, and paid to the private school if the William Boland, jr., director district contracts with the pri-*of the Kek tavern, 719 Fifth district one. All three were un- Vate school to Drovide transfer- street SE. to the floor, taped his opposed in their bids for three- tation.    hands behind his back and took year terms.    The    private school can then Hynek received 223 votes, subcontract the actual transpor-jTuesday Krob 192, and Boland 216.    tation    to a private carrier if r:    "ie victim, Clifford C. Brown, David Neuhaus won re-elects not have buses of Us own. IH3 Edgewood road NTV, told p<v Imammg rows of man,uana. major opponent, Bernard L. Sheehan .Former state Rep .Mi- senior Republican. Rep. Rich-Talley, an Air Force major and cjjaej [)Ukakis wen the Demo-ard Mallary defeated former cratic primary over state Atty , Gen. Robert Quinn. Meanwhile in New York Rpd i COLORADO: Gov. John Van HushL Carev Kored a smash- derhoff. who became governor Forney of Chittenden county, face by a man rn a parking lot HUgn L. carey acorea a smasn      •    .    npmnrratir    nnmina-    ontciHo    a    tavprn former Vietnam war prisoner. Smashing Victory Peggy M. Koenighain, 24, route two* Oxford, told police Federal Power Commissioner Charles Ross in the GOP pri- _    ,    ,    .    .    . mary. Patrick Leahy, state’s at- Tuesda5'she was punched ln thc Keg Tavern Holdup Nets DELHI - A 24-year-old Wa* ^7 victorv" i:n the" primaryforIwhei1 John resigned last won terloo man was arrested Tues- * tmor He will face tncum-jV^r to become federal energy.Hon day night rn connects with a)*    Malcolm    Wilson who chief, defeated Denver million. crop of marijuana being grown    M    (j on a Delaware county farm.    ppose c. . .    f    .... New York Democrats gave State bureau of criminal in- ,, I .,__..    _,    the    party    s senate nomination I v e s 11 g a 11 o n and narcotics! ^ agents, along with the Delaware Aftv Cpn ’Ram^ county sheriff and four deputies. the Democratic    nomina-    outside a tavern. Miss Koenighain was    treated WISCONSIN:    Gov.    Patrick    at Mercy hospital    for a    jaw in- aire Bill Daniels. State Rep.|Lucey, winner over a single foe.    jury and released. The attack took    place    at 9:30 Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark, a transplanted Tedan running on Richard Lamm, who led opposi- will be opposed in November by j tion to holding the 1976 Winter Republican William Dyke, pm Tuesday at the Czech Inn, Olympics in Denver, won the former mayor of Madison. Nel-g4 Sixteenth avenue SW. Democratic nomination. Senator son will run against state Sen The man. who is acquainted Dominick will be opposed in Thomas Petri, winner Tuesday with Miss Koenighain. also alle-November by Gary Hart, over token opposition. Davis, 59. gecjiy kicked a fender of her miles    southeast of    Delhi    Tues-a    McGovern's 1972 cam-    lost to state Sen. Robert Hasten,    caff causing    damage    estimated DLL    (MAD    faypni?ht    and .<Lharged    t)0nniS,    ally    a Joi day for incumbents.    Palgn manager and victor over    32. in the suburban Milwaukee    „ $15. Robbers $ I OO L Pa *!,h, possesT.°,!thtW pressmen were defeat-,^ De.moc^ n"ab’ . dlslnc'-.    .    ,    No    arrests    were made. Police «,i ,n ^ Democratis Gertram PodellI ^KW HAMPSHIRE: Gov. Mel- MINNESOTA: Gov. Wendell advised Miss Koenighain to re-of New York,    who went on    trial    ^nm    Thomson, a conservative.    Anderson, an easy primary win-    port the incident    to    the    county for    Derjury    Wednesday,    and    won    renomination over a Re-    ner. will seek a second term in    attorney. Robert Tiernan of Rhode Island. a controlled substance with in-Two men knocked the owner tent to deliver. Authorities said six 75-foot rows of marijuana had been harvested and a quantity of marijuana was drying at the scene. Officers destroved three $100 shortly before midnight tion to his two-vearseat astrea-j One school. Trinity Lutheran,!    npiawarp nnntv iau in lion ^    »» surer with 209 votes. He wras has its own bus. but LaSalle ™’<§d'' h^‘d hun ,ne Pnce f *35000 bond No value was led thc Democrallc Primly ------.    high    school and three Catholic' of beer.    I01    woo™ twnd' no value was,„v„r    rti«„rH    ai»v. lice the men came into the tav- and veteran Republican Glenn Davis of Wisconsin. In the District of Columbia,! which is electing its mayor for » k • uu • I the first time this vear, appoint-' '"lob -Mayor Waller Washington re- *1» unopposed.    T^AtI    Brown    bent    over    to    get!    placed    on    the    marijuana. Voters in College Community ^ schools involved do not a case of ^ Qut Qf # ^    - percent^esTotr " °° ^ " 61; About students are affect- ^ the susPects laoM him Drunk Driving Case   "hi other matters, the boardj, Jha mcn f“r1cedI^rown t0.face , S#"t f° GrandJury Magish'ate Hears Two 'received an evaluation of the    '    'V    tap€    Fan    Parsons,    I860    Higley    av- 'over attorney Clifford Alexander. The Democratic primary! winner will be heavily favored in November. Here are other primary results. by states: FLORIDA: Gov. Reuben CDue SE, waived a preliminary Askew swamped three oppo- Drug Possession Cases ^Mg^Powe^Sersity    take1    .from    ,ha    hearin8    MowtaV    '»    magistrate    s    nen'tV,    winningrMme    75    percent Two people appeared in mas- of Northern 111. rate's court Monday on plan (Programmed Learn- cash register. Brown’s wallet. One of the charges of possession of con-    ing According to Needs) is an trolled substance.    individualized approach to in-""' The charge against John struction. It has been in use at saj5l. ,    ., Lrir.er. Fairfax, was dismissed, the Prairie elementary school . lce.    susp€ He was charged with having for three years    as black, about 30, betw-«n six r-artjjana in his possession ‘ Based on all    evidence avail-    ti Aug. 23    able over three years of mien-,adoat 230 P°unds and wcar,nS Ph.Lp Rasmussen. 1115 Sixth sive evaluation,    it    is obvious    the    g aSLS6S*i street KW, was bound over to scho°l district    s    decision    to the grand jur>' following a pre- adopt PLAN was a sound one. limioary hearing He is charged ‘ program seems to be in-    _ w.th having marijuana in his    creasingly effective in meeting    A    . po se ss leu Aug 27    the needs of students enrolled in    Read the Want Ads a drawer and court and was bound over to the of the vote. His November oppo-grand jury on a charge of drunk nent is Republican Jerry Thomas, a conservative former Dem- suspects was driving. armed with a revolver, police He was arrested Aug. 21. locrat. In the senate race, mil-! 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