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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kaylds Gazette: Thurs., Scjit. Eastern Iowa Are Betterment DBS MOINES (UPI) f- 1501-3000 Bellevue, State Office lor Planning Ida Grove, Jesup, Norlh- Programming announced Postville and Rock Val- day that 41 Iowa communities six population categories Carter Lake, El- been chosen as finalists in r a Hampton, Monticello, fourth annual awards City and Sioux Center. lion of the Iowa Atlantic, Clarin- Betterment Independence, LeMars and The finalist communities Pleasant. each category Council Bluffs, Under 500 population Keokuk, Sioux City pin, Grafton, Joice, Urbandale. Lime Springs, Marble of the finalists was Rowan, Scarville and on accomplishments o community and the scope o 501-1500 Armstrong, involved and public Point, Colo, Garnavillo, dan, Primghar, Rockford, winners will be an- Ansgar and here Oct. M. Filed Award Speed Case Magistrate Hears CITY A special at- Drunk Driving for the stale filed an appeal in Johnson county district Three persons appeared late Thursday morning, nagistrate's court the Iowa supreme 311 charges of drunk driving. Mark Sterkowicz, route set aside a judgment against the state. Vlarion, was bound over to amount was awarded to ;rand jury following a prelimi-lary hearing. He was arrested Sept. Speed, who had received a basketball scholarship to Ihe University of Iowa. Wesley Schuetzel, 3718 suffered permanent venue NW, waived a after treatment at ary hearing and was hospitals. i ver to the grand jury. He suit presently is pending in rrested Sept. district court, in the James Everts, 1239 of million, against 'reel SE, pled guilty and physicians involved in iven a 30-day jail sentence of Speed after teeth redit given for time served. extracted following com- arrested June of severe headaches. Opinion Issued In Controversy Over Linn Ballot Atty. Gen. Richard Turner ruled Wednesday that Jolir Yates should be allowed to with' draw his name from the ballol as Republican candidate foi state representative from the 27lh district in and near south- vest Cedar Rapids. Yates asked that his name be v i t h d r a w n and submitted rapers as a candidate for Ihe louse seat in the 28th district ifler County Atty. William 'aches said the name should be aken off the ballot because his esidence, 400 Twenty-ninth treet NW, was not in the 27lh islrict. The attorney general said tha is "questionable" whether th( 'ithdrawal was filed within thi me provided by statute, but "i our opinion that effect be iven to his withdrawal, for to o otherwise would isenfranchise Ihe voters who ight go to the polls and cas 'icir ballots for a candidate ho is already disqualified from olding that office." Yates will face Incumbent A 15-year-old boy was cap- tured Wednesday seven hours after lie jumped from a second floor interrogation room at the police station. The youth, an escapee from the state juvenile home, Toledo, was arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at the Hy-Vee store, 1551J First avenue NE. After police finished qucstion- ng the youth at p.m. Wednesday, he opened a cmocratic Rep. Wally Horn in e 28th district. In the 27lh dis- ict the GOP nominated Dorcas an Alst, 810 Eighth avenue SW, face Incumbent Democratic ep. James Wells in the Nov. 5 meral election. Assault Case Sent To Linn Grand Jury Michael Juenger, 715 Sixth av enue SE, was bound over to thi grand jury following a prelimi nary hearing in magistrate's court' on a charge of assault with intent to do bodily injury. He is charged with assaulting William Parker, jr., and Pau Tillman on Sept. 5. Dismiss Receiving Stolen Property Case A charge of receiving stolen property against Merlin Bean, no address, was dismissed in magistrate's court following a preliminary hearing. He was charged with having a gun, the property of Nelson Van Hulzen, in his possession Feb. 15. Grand Jury To Study False Check Charge Ernie Hagen, 1917 Western drive SW, waived a preliminary hearing in magistrate's court and was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of false uttering of a check. He is charged with writing a bad check for S77.20 (o Pazour Motor Sports on June 20. The blindness developed, ac cording to testimony in the ear lier proceeding, from complica tions surrounding the extrac tions and alleged failure to re cognize symptoms. Bombing" Indictment LOS ANGELES (AP) A 31- y e a r o 1 d Yugoslavian im- nigrant, accused of terrorizing MS Angeles as the so-called 'alphabet has been named in a 25-count indictment. Kurbegovic was :harged by the county grand ury with 3 murder counts, 6 rson counts, 15 counts of violat- ig laws on use of destructive eviccs and one count of willful nd malicious burning of per- onal nroncrtv. Accept Nixon's Bar Resignation SAN FRANCISCO ormer President Nixon's rcsig- ation from the state bar has een accepted by the California .prcmo court, ending his la-. career which began befori World war If. tow, climbed onto the ledge and mng from the window sill be ore jumping about 16 feet t he ground. He was not injurec in the fall. Police said the boy was lef alone for about one minute. Thi boy was arrested at p.m on a northeast side street. The youth was the first pris Campaign Trail Stanley Cites Harm Of High Interest SALIX U. S. senate can didate Dave Stanley (R-Musca tine) said Thursday (lint higl interest rates arc hurting the American congress people, to stop and its urgec dcficii oner to escape from the seconc floor youth bureau since it was moved from .the first floor two years ago, according to Captain Ralph Myers, head of the bureau. Police chief Wallace LaPeters said handles will be removed to prevent prisoners from opening windows. He said it will still be rossible to attempt escapes, but vill require using force to break he windows. Other police officials said pris- mers are seldom left unattend- ed for more than a minute at a me. The youth is being held in the ounty jail. In a brief Wednesday by order Chief Donald Wright, the court said: "The Sept. 16, 1974, voluntarj resignation signed by Richard M. Nixon as a member of the state bar of California is accept- ed without prejudice to further proceedings in any disciplinary natter pending against him bc- "ore the state bar should he again seek to become a member :hereof." Disciplinary proceedings could be reinstituted should Nixon re- apply. Jifes Are Saturday For George W. Minor PALO George W. Minor, 81 a retired livestock dealer ant signed farmer, and a lifelong residen Justice of Linn county, died Wednesdaj in a Cedar Rapids hospital. Born April 25, 1893, at Todd ville, he was married Feb. 1915, to Mattie Hagerman Toddville. Surviving are two daughters, VIrs. John Stookey, Palo, ant Urs. Ed Packingham, Golden Colo.; a son, Eldon Minor. Palo; sister, Mrs. Zula Oliphant, Toddville; a brother, Wesley Three Officers Killed ISTANBUL (UPI) >A Tur- ish air force plane crashed into a Cyprus mountainside Thurs- ay, killing three officers. Minor, Port Allen, La.; nine grandchildren, and 12 great- randchildren. Services: Saturday at he Greens Grove community hurch. Burial: Dunkard ceme- cry. Friends may call at the Murdoch chapel in Center Point after 4 Thursday. 20-Year Term in Kidnap Extortion ST. PAUL (AP) James Johnson, 35, convicted of ex- torting in the kidnaping of a bank president's wife, has been given a 20-year prison term. Johnson, a former building contractor from Burnsville, Minn., was convicted on Aug. 7 of extorting the ransom from the husband of Eunice Kron- holm, 47. I The wife of Gunnar Kronholm, president of Drovers Slate Bank of South St. Paul, was abducted from outside her home by two men on March 15. Three days later she walked unharmed from a house in Burnsville where she was held. All but of the ransom was recovered. 30 YEARS AGO German casualties on the western front in killed, wounded and cap- tured or troops hopelessly cut off were estimated at close to one million since D-day. RAKES- SHOVELS-- SAWS- YARD TOOLS- NAILS- SCREWS-AND ALL HARDWARE SONDROL'S HARDWARE VARIETY 1507 1st Avo. S.E. WE'D LIKE TO TAKE ...IN A NEW CAR! So see us today about a new car loan. Our profes- sional, loan advisers can.work out a plan of easy budget terms you'll like, at low bank interest rates. So if you're thinking of buying a new car, see us. first for financing. We're the bank that likes to say, Wiilcli For AniioHiicciuciil of our IMue Cross and IJlue Shield Insurance Offer Sqrt. .'JOll. DRIVE-UP WINDOWS Mon. thru Thurs. 9 a.m. til p.m. ,Fri. 9 to 6; Sat. 9 a.m. to 12 Open Mon, Thru Thurs. 9 A.M. til 4 P.M. Friday 9 to 6 Serricfi 129 HMhAw. SW ,'Kit-ttlHt L All Awuiiitts Inxnrt-il at tly F.lt.f.V. spending so that interest rates can come down. He spoke while continuing his walk across Iowa to meet ant listen to the people. "High interest is a cruel bur- den on tmme owners, farmers, and small business, and has caused a depression in the hous- ing industry. Interest rates can be cut sharply if the voters remove the big spenders who control he said. Legislation Offered on Trade with Cuba WASHINGTON. D. C. Iowa Congressman John Culver Thursday introduced legislation to lift economic and trade strictions imposed on Cuba 12 years ago when the Castro re jjime was threatening to expor revolution to other Latin Ameri ca countries through armed subversion. Culver, chairman of the house subcommittee on foreign eco- nomic policy, pointed out that Castro found this policy to be a otal failure, and long since abandoned it in favor of internal economic development. Culver said the Organization if American States is expected o vote in favor of lifting cco- omic sanctions against Cuba at ts next meeting in November. Roymon Stresses Experience Rich R a y m o n, Republican candidate for Linn county attor- ney, appeared at Republican headquarters Wedncsdny at p.m. lo meet with supporters o David Stanley, candidate foi U.S. senator. Kaymon stressed his prosecu- tion experience as assistant citj attorney and his experience arising out of his private Iciu practice. Raymon, in response lo question, indicated that he fully approved of the statement giver by FBI Director Kclley lo Ihe annual convention of the Inter- national Assn. of Chiefs of Po- lice where Kelley said, "unrea- sonable plea bargaining" allows hard core criminals to remain free. Alma Grimes Dies, Services Friday SPRINGV1LLE Alma B. Grimes, 88, a longtime resident of Springvillc and widow of Har- oy Grimes, died Wednesday in i Cedar Rapids hospital. Born March 0. 1886, at Spring- she was married Aug. 20, 913, at Springville. Mrs. Grimes was a graduates of Springville high school, and Uni- versity of Northern Iowa, and had been a teacher for a num- ber of years. She was a member of the Springville United Methodist church, the United Methodist Women, Love chapter OES, Whittier Ladies Aid, and the Whittier Garden club. Surviving are three daugh- .crs, Mrs. Roy Poland, Grand Mrs. Russell Flohra. Des Moines, and Mrs. Richard A 1 m a n Anchorage, Alaska; seven grandchildren, five great- C. F. Millard Dies, Services Friday Calvin K. Millard, 117, route 3 Marion, a lifetime resident ol the Cedar llapids Marion area died Wednesday evening follow- ing a short illness. Born Feb. in Lim county, he was married to Olivt R. Annis Nov. 4, 1932, at Rock Island. He was employed by Wilson and Co. for 35 years prior lo his retirement. Mr. Millard was a member of the Free Methodist church of Tcddvillc, and the Retired Em- ployes club of Wilson's. Surviving arc two daughters, Mrs. Allen Morris, Marion, and Mrs. City; Miami; three brothers, Ralph and Wilfred Millard, both of Cedar Rapids, and Kenneth Mil- lard, Walker; a sister, Mrs. Robert Fuller, Cedar Rapids, and 13 grandchildren. Services: Friday at the I' o d d v i 11 c Free Methodist church bv Ihe Rev. John David Robinson, Central a son, Charles Millard, at the Cedar Memorial funeral home after (i Thursday and at tl'.e church after 11 Friday. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate to the T o (I (1 v i 11 c Free Methodist church memorial fund. The cas- ket will he closed at Fri- day. Linn Survival Biscuits Sent To Bangladesh More than one million pounds of survival biscuits have been shipped lo starving people in Bangladesh from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska civil de- fense units, said Bill Bjorenson, director of the Linn county CD unil, which supplied pounds of the biscuits. The biscuils are actually vheal wafers and have the taste ind appearance of graham crackers, Bjorenson said. The nationwide effort to sup- )ly Ihe country was made by ireenc. Burial: Cedar Mcmori-ICD unils on three-day notice, he al cemetery. Friends may call I added. grandchildren, and sister, :ihel Clark, Springville. Services: Friday at the Jnited Methodist church in Springville. Friends may call at he Murdoch funeral home in ipringville. A memorial fund las been established. The casket vill not 'hurch. be opened at thej LAND'O LAKES Vt Gallon Wilson Full Cooked-Semi Boneless (Meat Departments Open Till p.m.) PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT., SEPT. 21 806-34th. Street S.E. 225 Edgewood Rd. N.W. 1944-42nd Street N.E. SC99 Lightweight COMFORTUB Beautifully styled for comfort con- venience! JJML Syphon-Jet TOILET Sparkling white china; extra-quiet Ea. Reg. Spacesaver VANITY STOP Base com- plete with molded Top Bowl! Complete BATH VANITIES 24" Royal Provincial Base and Top with acrylic Bowl! 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