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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. Sept. 21, 1974 FV ...VV.* X* v*' NAI ION a t WfAtHlt St I VK I softie am I* ? AM til 0 OI- M DEATHS "sT ^0 un WI Af Hit iO*0t All ^ .V'^'*V«».ViV^Vk^'iiv.V. Showers and thunderstorms are likely trom the Great Lakes to northern New England and from New Mexico across the Gulf Coast to the South and Middle Atlantic states. It will be fair from the Central and Northern Plains to the Pacific Coast. The Weather Iowa Personal Income Up 22% Elmer W. Zbanek Elmer W. Zbanek, 63. of 1516 M street S\V. died Thursday after a long illness. He was born Dec. 8. 1910. in Cedar Rapids and has been a lifelong resident, He was a retired 20-year employe of Dearborn Brass. Mr. : Zbanek was a member of Machinist local 831. | Surviving is a sister, Clara Zbanek. Cedar Rapids. Services: Sunday 2 p.m. at Janeba-Kuba funeral home west I by the Rev. William B. Harnish. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at the Janeba Kuba funeral home. Clifford A. Bort Clifford A Bort. 90. a Cedar Rapids resident until his retirement 25 years ago from the Rock Island railroad as a conductor. died Thursday at Holland, Mich. He was a 50-year member of Mt. Hermon Masonic lodge, 50-Jyear member of Iowa Consistory. and a 50-vear member of the FII Kahir Shrine. He is survived by a son. Adrian, of Holland. Mich Services were held Saturday in Holland. City Briefs Chamber Hears Report on Y * fe \^°™j na+ec l '    L, lj i i • r*    •    After Withdrawal New Membership Campaign From 0 ne Race Cash Taken Janice M Bergen, 1539 E avenue NFL Friday reported $50 cash taken from her residence. *    *    A Best Rental Kents The Best. Adv. *    *    * Games Sat.-Sun.. Montrose — doors 6:30 Adv. ♦    ♦    * Heritage Meeting - The Linn minty Heritage Society hoard Preliminary report on the have established additional membership campaign and final funds for multiple mom-report on the Charity Horse    ships, show were presented Friday to    Continue    Efforts the board of directors of the C e d a r Rapids-Marion Area Chamber of Commerce. Campaign Chairman Vyrl Justice said that 35 added mem- John A. Yates, whose name was ordered removed from the ballot this week as a candidate for 27th district state representative, Saturday said he had accepted nomination for Republican candidate for the 28th district. Yates said, “Inasmuch as I am no longer a candidate for Armstrong, chairman of ^ e 27th district, the people of The board of directors will be continuing its efforts in preparation for the actual one-dav membership campaign which will be held Tuesday. Hat will meet at 7:15 pm. Monday berships and six new mem-. ,    ....    . u- ut    -    *    . af the Heritage room, Cedar berships already have been re- 1 Charity Horse show', which ^ 28th district, wishing to elect Rapids main library.    norted bv board members The     is co-sponsored by the Chamber     a representative who    resides    in *    *    *    Guided membership category     and th <* Ja y«* s - * aid lhat net    their district, have    nominated Rent better brand name be explained, includes firms P roceed ‘ s vverp $*>,858. The funds me as a candidate for state rep-equipment    —    Buresh Rental.— which already hold mem-    distributed equally be-    rcsentative.’’ Adv.    berships in the Chamber hut     ,wecn the charity foundations of    Yates said he was    pleased    to GOP Chairman ♦ * Player Taken — Tim Wetland,    J rv 1. • 2409 Deborah drive SW, Friday 06COFIQ District reported a tape player valued at $70 taken from his car while aum lot at a Rapids C “ t:    Enters    Race ♦    *    *    DUBUQUE    (UPI) - Iowa Shampoo living room $11 95, bouse District 20 Republicans bedroom $8.95. Diamond Car- j today selected the Iowa Second pet 366-6226 —Adv    District GGP chairman as their *    *    *    candidate for the November Rifle Taken — Ramon Martin- election ez, 720 Seventh avenue SE Fri-j ^ ‘jtepubllcans, from da> reported a rifle and a scope wes{ s j f j e 0 f Dubuque, selected sponsoring orgamza- acc{ .pt the nomination and that papers are being filed B Faxon, executive    _______ the two tions. Robert vice-president of the Chamber, explained to the board that the proposed Amtrak route across Iowa would not require any state funds. taken from his residence. The items were valued at $146. AAA Tom Tauke as their chevee for Woman Hurt When Bicycle Hits Car Door A bicyclist and a passenger in for a a car suffered minor injuries experi- Friday in .separate traffic ac-mental line' on which, if ap-jcidents. Neither was hospital-proved, Amtrak would assume ized. the entire cost.” Faxon told the The bicyclist. Joan A. Mann, board.    22,    of    1627 Second avenue SE, Entire Costs “The application is ‘three-vear Amtrak 59 53 L.Angeles SO A3 82 A5 Miami 87 79 .02 62 29 Min'apolis AO 43 At 52 N Orleans 88 A9 1.10 AA SS .03 New York 80 70 55 33 .01 Phoenix 9A 75 .03 88 72 Seattle 88 AO 8A 73 Washington 85 70 Iowa Deaths    DES    MOINES    (AP) - Per- Iowa City^—Mrs. G. Hattiei SO nal incomes of Iowans in 1973 New baul, 87. Monday at ll.: pQcp 99 nercent over 1972 ac- St. Patrick’s in Iowa City.    P^ceni    over mu. at __________ Rosary Sunday at 7:30. at icording to U. S. Department of Nev? r vork lo 70 1 10 Donahue's, where friends can Commerce figures 03i call after IO. Waukon — Partly 67. Sunday at 1:30, Old East Paint Creek Lutheran church. Martin Brothers’. High temperatures Friday, low tempera tures overnight and inches of precious tion- Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago . Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston Extended Forecast cloudy with a warming trend Monday and Tuesday, turning cooler Wednesday. Lows in 30s to 50s. highs. 60s and 70s. C. R. Weather High Friday  ............ 67    j    Schmidt. Low overnight.............. 48 Noon Saturday ............ 64 2 p.m...................... 61 Iowans averaged more than J ,°^ ph ^i a te S10 ° a week Th* 1973 figure of $5,273 marked the first time since 1965 that Iowa yearly in-Lost Nation — Walter E.| comes exceeded the national Mohr, 67. Monday at 1:30, at average, which was $5,041. the Presbyterian church. Burial at Smith Town Cemetery Farm income showed an in- T crease of 100.9 percent, while Williamsburg-- MUtcm L non . farm income showe d a 10.9 ilUhlmann's.    percent increase. North English —    Gaylord j    Iowa's    personal    income    im- 'I (Happy) Williams. Bests in provement in 1973 over 1972 was _    .    ,,    Millersburg.    third best in the nation, exceed- ? amaU .............. r fSi M D *i hl    ~? al Ln-    *i arr,s    “-led    only    bv    North    Dakota    and Total for Sept.............. 1.02    Monday at 1:30, Congrega-« f. .* tional United Church of Christ. 1 , n UdKOia Clifton’s, where friends may    Iowa    was    Nth    among    the    50 call after 2 Sunday.    I    states in per capita personal in- „    ,    Monona    —    Donald    Gray,    46.    [come. Connecticut led with an Barometer, steady ........30.18    Monday at 2 at St. Paul Lu- Humiditv at noon .........55°*    theran church. Visitation after ! noon Sunday. Schultz’. Swisher—Mary Smejkal, 86. Monday at 2, Brosh    chapel, Cedar Rapids, where    friends Normal for Sept...........3.97 Normal through Sept......27.12 Total for 1973 ..............38.85 average of $5,938 for 1973. Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. at 15 m p h. c ■    „    r,    „    (may    call    Sunday.    Surviving    is Sun rises 6:a4 a rn.: sun sets, 7:05 p m. Year Ago Today low. 52; rainfall, 1.13. Traveler's Forecast Simon Sees Turn Away from Oil NEW YORK (AP) — Treasury High. 75: Bismarck . . Chicago . . . Cincinnati . Cleveland Des Moines Detroit ... Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul a brother, Fred Hillmer, Cedar Rapids. G a    r    n a v i I    lo    — Mary    F. Secretary Simon says it is not a Monday    at    9, question of whether oil prices Witt’s, Elkader, where friends! 7 „     v may call after IO Sunday. Burial: Clayton Center ceme- “lite oil-consuming countnes ter -'-    cannot, and will not. continue indefinitely to pay the current Ptcidy 58-381 Coe    Student    Tells    oil bill,” Simon told industri- Sundav Weather, Hi-Lo Clear 67-42 Police of Robbery ' Jl, sts and U Y diplomats in a speech Wednesday night. Daniel B. Cohn, a Coe college He sajd one rea50n a drop living at Armstrong oil prices is inevitable is that Mississippi Stages Mississippi Stages Lacrosse (12) 4.6 fall .1 Lansing (18) 7.6 NC Dam 9 (18) 12.1 fall .2 McGregor (18) 6.1 rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 3.5 fall .5 Dubuque (17) 7.1 fall .5 Davenport (15) 4.5 NC Keokuk (16) 3.4 fall .2 enth avenue SFL PtCldv 65-40 PtCldy    57-38 PtCldv 64-40 PtCldy 58-36 .PtCldy    62-40    student PtCld^v    57-41    hall, reported    he was robbed of:“utilization of    oil    has become ...Fair    56-39    $20 at 11:12    p.m. Friday bv a     les » attractive”    as    prices rise. £-'«!' man who «<w«i    «    the     demand    has    dropFed Sioux Falls ... .PtCldy    69-48    street ut the    900 block of Sev-     6 ff 1 *    .    , „    , If oil prices    fall    later rather than sooner, serious damage — C ohn told police he was walk-    perhaps irreparable damage — ing when the driver of a purple     W jj| 5^ done to our bright hopes car pulled along side of him, got    that a rational world eommuni- out and wanted to talk.    ty can solve its problems in a The driver told Cohn to turn cooperative manner,” he said over his money or be killed. j On the other hand, if prices Police said no weapon was    drop before bitterness sets in, displayed. A second man waited    ‘‘then we may someday look (13)    3.35,    in the car while the robbery    back and value the lessons we took place, police said. . Cedar fall .04 at C. R. Pi have learned.” Simon said. res 3:16 p.m. Friday. Controled burning outside the city limits at Indian Creek and Bowman road NE. 1:58 a m. Saturday. Possible cigaret to front seat of auto at 301 Thirtieth street drive SE. Braniff Hit by Pilots' Strike WASHINGTON IAP) - Pilots: struck Braniff International Airlines Saturday after negotiations for a new contract broke down. ! The airline, which operates 79 jet aircraft over a 30.000-mile I system throughout the U. S. mainland and to Hawaii, Mexico and South America, said it “could not accede to the super inflationary and unreasonable demands of the pilots' union. ” A union official said company figures showed Braniff pilots have averaged $30,000 a year, some $4,000 below the average for other U. S. airlines. Close Boston School After    F 30 YEARS AGO — Selective service officials said more than a third of all men between 18 and 38 were not physically qualified for the armed forces. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance .    366-7654 F.B.I ......... 402/348-1210 Fire ................ 398-5343 Highway Patrol  364-5171 After Hours 363-5629 Police........... ...    398-5353 Sheriff ............. 398-3521 Medical Society —365-2527 (lf you hovo no physician) Foundation ll ...... 362-2174 (Cfi ho Ip, I pm.-midnight) Information, Referral 398-3955 (To loom who con help) (Clip and Corry in your billfold) By I'nited Press International Gunfire, fistfights and rock-and-bottle-throwing battles forced closing of one school in Boston Thursday, sixth day of a ;court-ordered busing program to desegregate the city’s schools. j In Chicago, meanwhile, teachers voted overwhelmingly to strike Monday if their union s wage demands aren’t met by Sunday. A bullet was fired through the front door of one Boston high school and a fist-swinging, bot-: tie-throwing free-for-all involving some 2.000 black and white pupils forced closing of another 1 — the first school closing since busing started Sept. 12. F'ive persons were injured in the fracas at Hyde Park high and faculty members voted 60-JO to demand officials close the school. At Jamaica Plain high. a bul let ripped through the door but there were no injuries. South Boston high. in the past the scene of most of the trouble, opened Friday without incident F'ive buses — with motorcycle police providing armed escort; — dropped off about 160 black pupils. The number of blacks appeared to be down some It) or 15 from Thursday. The trouble at Hyde Park developed around noon in the cafe-! teria. Food and trays were thrown and a number of fights 1 between blacks and whites were reported A white youth was injured when blacks slammed a door in his face Another white was cut in the eye when a black hit him with a tire chain The disorder was heightened when an announcement was made over the public address system, calling for the headmaster and saying there was trouble. Blacks went to the auditorium and left the building when someone said their buses had arrived. The buses were not there and a crowd of 1,500 whites waiting outside shouted insults and threw rocks. The crowd was pushed back by police, the buses pulled up and the blacks left for home, flocks were thrown at the buses as they left, injuring two riders. AAA Chicago's union public school teachers, who worked the first two weeks of the school year without a contract, voted 15,478 to 5,345 to refuse to report Monday if an agreement has not been reached with the board of education by noon Sunday. A strike would affect some 500.000 students in the nation’s second largest city. In Charleston, VV Va., an imprisoned leader of a crusade to ban a series of controversial textbooks pledged to continue the battle in court. However, absenteeism triggered by the protest boycott — once as high as 25 percent - dwindled to 9 percent Thursday. John Z. Lindley John Z. Lindley, 49. of 1220 Eleventh street NW. a Cedar Rapids resident most of his life and an employe of Link-Belt Speeder Corp , died in a local hospital Saturday. He was born Get. 15, 1924. at Winona. Mo., and was married I to Julia Ixing Dec. 12, 1955, at I Nashua. He w as a veteran of the Korean war where he was awarded two silver stars and one’ bronze star. Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Thomas J., at home: his mother. Coda Young, and his grandmother, both of West Plains, Mo.: two brothers, Melvin. Palo; Russell, of West Plains, and a sister. Melva Young, St. Louis, Mo. Services: Turner chapel west at 1:30 pm. Tuesday by the Rev. Stephen Root cf St. James ;United Methodist church Burial Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west. Frances G. Gibson Frances G. Gibson. 41. 10174 Ninth street SFL died at an Iowa City hospital F'riday after a brief illness. She was born Dec. 12. 1932. at Madison. N C. Mrs. Gibson attended the Baptist church. Surviving are four sons. Billy; Burton. Cedar Rapids: Charles A. Burton. N.C., Ronald Burton, New York City. N Y.; Shottan Gibson. Cedar Rapids, and a daughter, Desera Burton, Cedar Rapids. Services: 3 p.m. Tuesday at Turner chapel east by Dr. Le- 1 Roy White of Mt. Zion Baptist ( church. Burial: City cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east | until 2:30 pm Tuesday. The casket will not be opened after, the service. Briefings Flown To Ex-President WASHINGTON (AP) - Each week or so. a military courier plane travels cross-country with a batch of White House briefing papers on current U. S. policies for Richard Nixon. The deputy White House press secretary. John Hushen. confirming that Friday, also acknowledged that one of the reasons for keeping the former President advised of developments was to seek his advice. But Hushen said such a procedure was standard policy for former Presidents Harry Truman. Dwight Eisenhower and Lyndon Johnson received such materials after they left office. Stanley Asks Probe OF PPC Conflicts WATERLOO - U. S. Senate Candidate Dave Stanley 1 R-.Mus-catinei has urged a complete investigation of alleged conflicts of interest in F'ederal Power Commission gas price decisions, and stronger laws to prevent conflicts of interest. He commented Saturday in Waterloo after walking in the Dairy Cattle Congress parade. Stanley said, “A General Accounting Office report says that 19 Federal Power Commission key employes hold stock in companies regulated by the FPC, and that the FPC employes allowed some of those companies to sell gas at unregulated prices.” 20 YEARS AGG — The enrollment in Cedar Rapids schools I was 13.148. Faxon    and other    Chamber    was treated at Mercy hospital the state legislative seat.    In ad-     and c j ty officials last    month at-    for bruises to the chest, right Sweet    fWn    for    eatin’ rannin'     dition    t0 his    district    P art >    tended a    department    of trans-    leg and wrist .suffered when the and    freezin’    Peck’s Green     duties '     Taukt ^ is    ^ ^ h€    Dudu ;    portation    hearing in    Washing-    bike she was riding hit an open Thumb. 393-5565. - Adv. AAA Car Damaged — Corinne Hel-: gerson. 1846 A avenue NE, F'riday reported her car’s vinyl top slashed with a knife while in the que county Republican (cntral p q with other represent- car door, committee chairman.    atives    of    the nine-state Western The accident    happened at 9:30 He faces one-term incumbent     0 f Railroad Passengers.    pm. on Second avenue about Rep Robert ( arr, Dubuque.    proposal calls for the line IOO feet west of Park court SE ‘to run across Iowa from Chica Police said Earl B Oham-Police Vote Favors go to Ogden. Utah, on Chicago berlam. 53, of 3118 Leonard ter- parking lot at Legion Lanes. 401 Affiliation with Union and Nor,h * eslfrrl track W At race NE. had jus! parked his Fourth avenue SE    Damage was    ...    .    Ogden    separate linos    would run,    car when    Miss Mann    ap estimated at $150    Members    of the Cedar    Rapids     to t ^ e    Northwest and    to Ixs An-    proached on    the left side of the ^    ^    ^    police department Have    voted 8.^    auto. Evy’i Lounge    — tonight Al     r>er c6nt * n ^ avor of    a    The Chamber of Commerce    is    No charges were filed VVrpar Trio npxt to Paramount unI0n    ,    a member of WARP which has    aaa Theater—Adv    Donald    Sawyer,    president ol working on the proposal Martha Bradley, 12. of 36ft9 * * *    Policemans    Protective;f or several months and which Pinewood drive NE, was treated Tires Damaged    — Pete E    * s ‘ sn -’ said    the v0,e >     w h‘ch was    ^ a s had a feasibility    study done    at St. Luke s    hospital for a    neck Post 5116 First    avenue NW.     counted Friday, was    124    yes, 22    which    indicates the    line would    injury suffered at 10:38    p.m Friday rpnnrted    two tires val-     n0 and one undecided>    Four of-    ^ profitable. Faxon said.    when    the car in which    she was a /o? two tires vat f . rfd    d    f______ two    other    cars    colli    rilled at $80 were punctured with n    a    .     e    ..    ----- , riain K ana two Omer cars conic . ,    ,.. r    ,.    _    stensions or vacations, he said.    ...... ..... ad nick” rihcLoflLock ofFour- The votlng included members ~    ~    Police    said all three cars were teenth avenue SE    Inelli^neTntamT' UP '° ^    Graduates eastbound on First avenue W a a a    including captains.    I    when the traffic light for oncom- St. Jude's Parish Dance. Do s ^ newsweek "to ^ermine Richard A Cooley, 79 Twenty- ‘ ng traf * lc ^ hanRed 10 A car ■ -* r\«_’* — a n„i. nex t    t°    determine    driven bv William G. Watts. 46, whether to join the Teamsters n,nt n avenue SW. has been ^    TWfy.sppond street SF union or the AFL-CIO. he said, “cl a master of sconce "^k Itere*** fardriven ________ degree from Bemidji state col- K r ar 1 a car dnven lege, Minn. Carol by Lucille M. Bradley, 17, of 1619 K avenue NE, forcing it into the third auto driven by Andi Jane Williams. 1319 K ave- and Don’ts. Armar Ballroom, tonight 9:00.—Adv. :A A A Groceries Taken    ----- Brislawn. 1012 Welcome lane. Culver Cites (JSDA Marion. Friday reported grocer- “Callous Disregard”    Heart Attack Blamed ies valued at $60 taken from her UATirR1    neair MnacK mamea truck while parked at the Me-    .    _ .     D    In Trucker s Death nuP Too store. Center Point road |pressman John Culver 4D-C.R.i    The victim was a passenger in and Forty-second street NE    , Saturday reiterated his concern TIFFIN j AP) - Johnson the wcond car for farmers in 26 Iowa counties county medical examiner. Dr     N o charges were filed denied federal disaster aid bvjT* T. Bozek, says an Illinois___I Town arni Country Shopping; the U ’ S Department of Agr!-    driver died of a heart at-     Five    sentenced _ Ad v cul [ ure and a * am accused the tack friday as his truck) LARISSA. Greece iAP» - A AAA Half Price Sale, Second ACT. Center. Starts Monday. AAA Tires Taken — Michael Berms. 1522 J street SW. Friday immunity/’ ' Culver, here to attend the Na- USDA of showing -callous dis- plunged into the median strip on military court Saturday sen-regard for the Iowa farming,J; 80 ab °ut five miles west of Tif- tenC e d five Jehovah’s Witnesses fin in east-central Iowa. to 20 years each for refusing to Bozek performed an autopsy take up arms during the Cyprus reported two mag tires valued' .     nc,c    L u * ICI, “    penurmea    an    anopsy    (axe up arm; at $300 taken from his car while t,onal Da,r >' Catt,e    on    Myron    Zoost,    46.    Island    mobilization. parked at his residence The car 5 *' d believe* kite Iowa ASCS'take. III., and said Hie man was jacked    up    and concrete     comm,ttee should    review the    died    at the scene    20 YEARS    AGO -    The ninth nut    under the    rear    ^‘cations of the    26 counties    Zoost was a driver for    West-    annual U N.    General    Assembly that suffered spring    storm dam-    em    Transportation Co., Chica-    convened for    a showdown be- and then resubmit these    go.    Authorities said the blocks put under ti wheels, he said. AAA Brad's Marin, Service is open a PP^at.ona to Washington as usual for sales and service —Adv. was not damaged. truck tween the LLS and Russia on seating of Red China. Calculator Taken — Mike Mulcahy. manager of Cedar' Rapids Millwork, 141 Thirty-fourth street drive SE, Friday reported a calculator valued at $75 taken from the business office. A cutting torch was used im an unsuccessful attempt to gain entry to a safe. AAA Spicy fragrant carnations $2.-49 dozen. Cash and carry. F’our Seasons Florist, 3028 Mt. Vernon Rd. SE. — Adv. AAA F'un and Games. Tuesday 7:30 St Pius X. Collins Rd and Council N E, All new game. — Adv. AAA Teamsters — Teamsters local 238 Saturday announced there will be a special meeting Tuesday at 9 a rn at the Teamsters building. 5000 J street SW. for employes of Square D Co. who are members of the local. Police Break Up Camp af Station MOSCOW, Idaho (AP)—Three St. Maries men were preparing for a restful night at their campsite when indignant police put an end to their plans. The campsite, complete with sleeping bags and beer, was on the roof of the police station Police said the three apparently climbed a flagpole to reach their perch. All three were being held in jail Monday in lieu of $35 bond They were charged with having open bi'er containers in public. Officials’ See Success in Shock Treatment for Child Molesters SOMERS. Conn. < AP» — Connecticut corrections officials say they are pleased with the success thus far of a controversial program that uses electric snoek treatment and psychological conditioning on men serving terms for molesting children. Roger Wolfe, administrator of the program, says that in the last 18 months, ll men who have undergone the treatment have been released from the state prison here. None have been rearrested for sexual of-lenses, he says And while Wolfe says it is “inevitable” that one of those involved will be rearrested, he hopes the program will be 70 to 80 percent successful. Accepted Patterns The treatment involves channeling the behavior of the convicts into socially accepted patterns. They undergo a three-stage treatment aimed at making them desire sex with women rather than children. Civil libertarians critical of the program say inmates participate because they believe it will enhance their chances of parole And the U S. Bureau of Prisons has said it is discontinuing its behavior modification program. State Correction Commissioner John Manson, however, says he is prepared to go to court to keep the Connecticut program and calls the federal decision “gutless.” Munson says the alternative is to keep convicted child molesters locked up] for longer periods since parole boards are reluctant to grant early parole to sex offenders. Wolfe says that the officials running the program often are skeptical about tie sincerity of those wishing to enter But he says the motivation level of most inmates is high because “it s not nice to he a child molester. If you're a junkie you can find ail sorts of peer support. . . If you're a bank robber, you're admired ” Aversion Therapy The program uses just that motivation to change the inmate during the behavior modification program. It starts with aversion iherapy, which uses the individual's phobia and couples it with an incompatible picture that makes that phobia repulsive to him. During shock therapy, the inmate sees slides of nude children and women. He receives an electric shock to the groin area when he sees a slide of a child. No shock is associated with the pictures of women With the modester's preference for children eliminated, social conditioning begins by transferring the inmate's sexual desires to “normal channels.” The inmate fantasizes normal sexual contact, and rewards himself with thoughts of something he finds pleasant, such as his boss giving him a raise. Wolfe says most child molesters are passive and afraid to deal with adults — “They don't usually feel very good about themselves when the whole world says, Hey. man. that's the lowest you can go." ” He says that means there is little chance of transferring from one sexual deviance to another, such as rape. “The popular consensus of a child molester is a guy who leaps out of bushes and jumps on some poor unsuspecting child.” he said “But in reality, maybe 85 percent engage in seduction, If they demonstrated this behavior to an adult, it would be considered perfectly normal.’ &hr (f etlur lUpiiU EOObH»h»<l in IHI bv Th* Got*tt* Co on a oubHincd doily and Sunday a* VOD Third av* VE. Ctdor Rapid*. Iowa S240* Stcond cia** pot'ogt paid at Cedar Raotdt. iowa Vufetcription rot** by corner es cent* a «r«fc By mail Night Edition and Sunday * i**u** S3 Ii a month. 1J» OO o y*or Af ternoon Edition* and Sundov 7 i»*u»» S3 SS a month S<0 OO a yeor Other (tote* and U S territorial SAO OO a yeor No Mail Subtr notion* accepted In area* having Coiette carrier service Th* A*teciat*d Rr et* it entitled »• elusively to th* use for republication of ail th* loco) news printed in this newspaper as well os oil AP news dispatches WEDDING FLOWERS ♦or Beauty from PIERSONV!*;" Your FTO Florist I too Flits Blvd NW Flowerpbon* IBA IKM For 61 years , . . flowers for all occasions Mf* JOHN K. LAI**:* John B. Turner & Son Funeral Directors Serving all faiths since 1888. Convenient downtown location Jr 308 Third Avenue S.E. 365 051 1 11 ll IM T S I uISI H< M I STM MN I WI*. SK I timer's Wcsi IJJ I First Ave. We si