Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 26, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette September 26, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa JO. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., Sept. 26, 1974 Opinion Issued In Controversy Over Linn Ballot Atty. Gen. Richard Turner DES MOINES (UPI) The: 1501-3000 - Bellevue. Bellied Wednesday that John State Office for Planning and mond, Ida Grove, Jesup, North- Yates should be allowed to with-Programming announced Thurs-wood. Postville and Rock Val- draw his name from the ballot day that 41 Iowa communities in ley. Eastern Iowa Communities Are Betterment Finalists Escaped from Police Station, Boy Recaptured Campaign Trail six population categories have 3001-5000 — Carter Lake, El-1 as Republican candidate been chosen as finalists in the d o r a fourth annual awards competition of the Iowa Community Betterment Program. The finalist communities in each category include: Under 500 population — Chapin, Grafton, Joice, Ledyard, and Urbandale. Lime Springs, Marble Rock,) Selection of the Hampton, Monticello. Is(alc representative from for the A 15-year-old boy was cap Stanley Cites Harm lured Wednesday seven hours !0f Hjgh /nferesf after he jumped from a second floor interrogation room at the . .    «. . , , .    .    ,    .police station. Orange City and Sioux Center. 2,th district rn and near south- T.    . . »“.-»*<»* - «*» «**■    LStf&a sr»K \Tt Pivn^nt    ’    s    A ates asked that his name be;was arrested on    suspicion of rit^r in non    rnnnnfi    RU.ffc    w 1 [ h ^ r 3 w n and submitted shoplifting at the    Hy-Vee store, Over 10.0(H)    Council    Bluffs,    papers as a candidate for the 1556 First avenue    NE. Dubuque, Keokuk, Sioux City house seat in the 28th district* Aft    ,    • . . after Countv Atty. William . *ft?£    T finalists was Faches said fhe nam>e shou]d *    >’0f    at    4:30    P    m *'    Wednesday, he opened a win SALIX — U. S. senate candidate Dave Stanley (R-Musca-tine) said Thursday that high interest rates are hurting the American people, and urged congress to stop its deficit spending so that interest rates can come down. He spoke while continuing his walk across Iowa to meet and headquarters Wednesday at 3:30 I p.m. to meet with supporters of David Stanley, candidate for I U.S. senator. Raemon stressed his prosecution experience as assistant city I attorney and his experience I arising out of his private law practice. Raymon, in response to a question, indicated that he fully approved of the statement given I by FBI Director Kelley to the annual convention of the International Assn. of Chiefs of Police where Kelley said, “unreasonable plea bargaining” allows hard core criminals to remain ;free. Ansgar and Thompson. left Rowan. ScarviUe and Temple-based on accomplishments of taken off the ballot because his Iw    3"'    "High    interest    is    a    cruel    bur- ton-    ,he    community    and    the scope    of residence. 4 00 Twenty-ninth    t i    climbed onto the ledge and^ on home ow farmers SOMMO - Armstrong, Center citizens    involved    and    publiclstrcet NAV, was not in the 27th    t ,U    omminl ihl m i'k frill to ^ small business, and has Point, Colo, Garnavillo, Ocheye- awareness.    district    ,fore IumPlnS    about lb feot    t0*caused    a depression in the    hous- dan, Primghar. Rockford. St. Final winners    will be    an- ^ attorney general said that I KaT    "0‘    ^    — lit is “questionable” whether    the! D ..    ., rn a    .u Police    said    the    bov    was withdrawal    was    filed    within    theL1/Vr,rt    »n,« Lj „____..    ..    . .    . , .    ,.. J alone for about    one    minute.    The : .me provided by statute but‘Ti:boy arrest(,d j.s our opinion that effect be y    sideslrect (given to his withdrawal, for to.    . do otherwise would effectively ^be -voutb was *be P1**5*!    r    L disenfranchise the voters who    °ner    t0 escaP° tom the second) Mae WM Cuba might go to the polls and cast    f,0or    >outh bureau slnce li was 'VASHINGT0N- & C. - Iowa their ballots for a candidate Imoved from thc first ^ tw0 Alma Grimes Dies, Services Friday SPRINGVILLE Alma B Magistrate Court Magistrate Hears 3 jounced here Oct. 14. Appeal Filed On Award In Speed Case IOWA CITY — A special at ing industry. Interest rates can be cut sharply if the voters remove the big spenders who control congress,” he said. Legislation Offered on Drunk Driving Cases ipeaMn*Johretwwmtf distHd!,wh»is already disqualified    a*°'    ^ptf^ Three in.court late Thursday morning, jbo^nS that office. the Iowa Omro™ I Yates will face ment against the state. That amount was awarded to the 28th district. In the 27th district the GOP nominated Dorcas persons appeared — ( magistrate’s court Wednesday requesting on charges of drunk driving. Mark Sterkowicz, route two. Marion, was bound over to the ™    Van A1st. 810 Eighth avenue SW grand jury following a prclimi- , 'p ®    ’scholarshiD    to    the    ,0 face '"“mb™1 Democratic nary hearing. He was arrested ? “MteMI    Kholarship    to    the    Rep James Wo„s in ,hc Nov 5 Sept. 8.    |    J    general election. Wesley Schuetzel, 3718 First! Speed suffered permanent___ avenue NW, waived a prelimi- blindness after treatment at *    J.    kl’    1 nary hearing and was bound University hospitals.    A^CCepT iNlXOfl S A suit presently is pending in1 Johnson district court, in the1 Congressman John Culver Thursday introduced legislation Ralph Myers, head of the to lift economic and trade recumbent Iburcau-    junctions    imposed    on    Cuba    12 court seaside a prevent prisoners from opening revolution to other Latin Ameri- windows. He said it will still be’™ colmlr‘es lhl™gh a™ed possible to attempt escapes, but will require using force to break the windows.    subcommittee    on subversion. Culver, chairman of the house over to the grand jury. He was arrested Sept. 21. James Everts, 1239 Fourth street SE, pled guilty and was Bar Resignation amount of $5 million, against!    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -!county jail, five physicians involved in    Former President Nixon’s resig-    — given a 30-day    jail sentence    with    treatment of Speed after teeth    nation from the state bar has credit given    for    time    served.    He    were extracted following com-    been accepted by the California was arrested June 8.    I    plaints of severe headaches. Other police officials said prisoners are seldom left unattended for more than a minute at a time. The youth is being held in the Rites Are Saturday For George W. Minor foreign economic policy, pointed out that! Castro found this policy to be a total failure and long since abandoned it in favor of internal economic development. Culver said the Organization I of American States is expected! to vote in favor of lifting economic sanctions against Cuba at its next meeting in November. Assault Case Sent To Linn Grand Jury Michael Juenger, 715 Sixth avenue SE, was bound over to the grand jury following a preliminary 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 Paul Tillman on Sept. 5. The blindness developed, according to testimony in the earlier proceeding, from complications surrounding the extractions and alleged failure to recognize symptoms. PALO - George W. Minor, 81.| Raymon Sfresses 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 jsonal property- gun. the property of Nelson Van - Hulzen, in his possession Feb. J-"™** 15.    ^ 25-Count “Alphabet Bombing Indictment od without prejudice to further LOS ANGELES (AP) - A 31-year-old Yugoslavian im migrant, accused of terrorizing Los Angeles as the so-called “alphabet bomber,” has been named in a 25-count indictment. Muharem Kurbegovic was charged by the county grand jury with 3 murder counts, 6 arson counts, 15 counts of violating laws on use of destructive supreme court, ending his law career which    began    before World war II.    a retired livestock dealer and In a brief    order    signed j farmer, and a    lifelong    resident Experience Wednesday by    Chief    Justice of Linn county,    died Wednesday! Rich    R    a    v rn o n, Republican Donald Wright, the court said:    in a Cedar Rapids hospital. "The Sept. 16, 1974, voluntary Bom April 25, 1893, at Todd-resignation signed by Richard J vjjje be was married    Feb. 3, M. Nixon as a member of the candidate for Linn county attorney, appeared at Republican Grimes. 88. a longtime resident of Springville and widow of Harley Grimes, died Wednesday in a Cedar Rapids hospital. Born March 9, 1886. at Springville. she was married Aug. 20. 19 13, at Springville. Mrs. Grimes was a graduates of I Springville high school, and University of Northern Iowa, and had been a teacher for a num-,ber of years. j She was a member cf the Springville United Methodist church, the United Methodist Women, Love chapter OES. Whittier Ladies Aid, and the Whittier Garden club. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Roy Foland. Grand River: Mrs. Russell Flohra. Des Moines, and Mrs. Richard A I man, Anchorage. Alaska: seven grandchildren, five greatgrandchildren, and a sister. Ethel Clark. Springville. Services: 1:30 Friday at the United Methodist church in Springville. Friends may call at the Murdoch funeral home in Springville. A memorial fund has been established. The casket will not be opened at the church. C. F. Millard Dies, Services Friday Calvin F. Millard, 67, route 3, Marion, a lifetime resident of the Cedar Rapids - Marion area. died Wednesday evening following a short illness. Born Feb. 24, 1907, in Linn county, he was married to Olive R. Annis Nov. 4, 1932, at Rock Island. He was employed by Wilson and Co. for 35 years prior to his retirement. Mr. Millard was a member of the Free Methodist church of Toddville, and the Retired Employes club of Wilson’s. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Allen Morris, Marion, and Mrs. David Robinson, Central City; a son. Charles Millard, Miami; three brothers. Ralph and Wilfred Millard, both of Cedar Rapids, and Kenneth Millard, Walker; a sister. Mrs. Robert Fuller. Cedar Rapids, and 13 grandchildren. Services: 1:30 Friday at the Toddville Free Methodist church by the Rev. John Greene. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call I at the Cedar Memorial funeral | home after 6 Thursday and at ! the church after ll Friday. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate to the IT o d d v i 11 e Free Methodist church memorial fund. The casket will be closed at 1:15 Friday. Linn Survival Biscuits Sent To Bangladesh More than one million pounds of survival biscuits have been (shipped to starving people in Bangladesh from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska civil defense units, said Bill Bjorenson, director of the Linn county CD unit, which supplied 40,000 pounds of the biscuits. The biscuits are actually wheal wafers and have the taste and appearance of graham (crackers, Bjorenson said. The nationwide effort to supply the country was made by CD units on three-day notice, he added. FOOD STORES SUPER SPECIALS LAND’O LAKES Vi Gallon ICE CREAM 89 Wilson Foil Cooked-Somi Boneless WHOLE HAMS • • • 89 (Meat Department* Open Tilt 7:00 p.m.) PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT., SEPT. 21 806-34th. Street S.E.. 225 Edgewood Rd. N.W. 1944-42nd Street N.E. as a memoer ot me 1915    (0 \fattie Hagerman at state bar of California is accept- Toddville. .....Surviving    are    two    daughters, proceedings in any disciplinary Mrs    John stookey. Palo and matter pending against.him bc-|Mrs    Ed Bingham. Golden, fore the state bar should hejGoj0 ; a son< £idon Minor. Palo; again seek to become a member a sisteri Mrs Zu,a oiiphant, thereof.    'Toddville; a brother, Wesley Disciplmap proceedings could jMjn()r Port A]|en, La.; mne be reinstituted should Nixon re-|grandc|1i|dr(,n an(j 12 grCat-aPP'-v-    I    ; grandchildren. rri rn* .r-.. j ; Services: 10:30 Saturday at Three Officer, lulled Le GrM0> Grove commi„ily ISTANBUL (UPI) — A Tut- church. Burial: Dunkard ceme-devices and one count of willful jkish air force plane crashed into tery. Friends may call at the and malicious burning of per- a Cyprus mountainside Thurs- Murdoch chapel in Center Point ;day, killing three officers. ! after 4 Thursday. 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 $77.20 to Pazour Motor Sports on June 20. WE D LIKE TO TAKE YOU FOR A RIDE ... 20-Year Term in Kidnap Extortion ST. PAUL (AP) — James Johnson, 35, convicted of extorting $200,000 in the kidnaping af 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 ©I extorting the ransom from the husband of Eunice Kron-holm, 47. The wife of Gunn ar Kronholm, president of Drovers State Bank of South St. Paul, was abducted from outside her home by two men on March 15. Three days j later she w alked unharmed from a house in Burnsville where she was held. All but $80 of the ransom was recovered. 30 YEARS AGO - German casualties on the western front — in killed, wounded and captured or troops hopelessly cut off — were estimated at close to one million since D-day. RAKES-SHOVELS- H SAWS— YARD TOOLS NAILS— SCREWS—AND ALL HARDWARE SONOROUS HARDWARE A VARIETY 1507 1st Ave. S.E. ...IN A NEW CAR! So see us today about a new car loan. Our professional loan advisers can work out a plan of easy budget terms you’ll Uke, 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 tosay, “Yes!”. Wutt'li lor Announcement of our Bine Cross anti Itlue Sh it-itI Insurance Offer Sept. 30tli Open Mon. Thru Thurs. 9 A.M. til 4 P.M. Friday 9 to 6 DRIVE-UP WINDOWS ’ Mon. thru Thurs. 9 a.m. til 4:30 p.m. Fri. 9 to 6; Sat. 9 a.m. to 12 UNITED STATE HANK Tht Wickes Corp 1974 SHOP EARLY—WIN A FOOTBALL In honor of our 120th anniversary, on Sat., September 28th Wickes is giving a FREE OFFICIAL SIZE FOOTBALL to the First 25 Customers purchasing a $100 worth or more of building materials. tourt uo uh it un kin ft Serries UH UBI Hi 129 milt lf #', sn Member of i'.IM.I . rn es >er HOURS: Mon. thru Thurs. 8 to 3 P.M. Friday B to 8 Saturday 8 to 4 Clotad Sundays Phono Our Iowa City Numbor 338-9408 I I Milas South of Airport Rd. on Highway 218 Exit 4 off 1-380 NORTH LIBERTY, IOWA 0135-74B (P-3) ;

  • Allen Morris
  • Alma Grimes
  • Bill Bjorenson
  • Carter Lake
  • Charles Millard
  • Dave Stanley
  • David Robinson
  • David Stanley
  • Donald Wright
  • Ed Bingham
  • Ernie Hagen
  • Ethel Clark
  • George W. Minor
  • Gunn Ar Kronholm
  • Harley Grimes
  • James Johnson
  • John Culver
  • John Greene
  • Kenneth Millard
  • M. Nixon
  • Mark Sterkowicz
  • Merlin Bean
  • Michael Juenger
  • Olive R. Annis
  • Paul Tillman
  • Ralph Myers
  • Richard Turner
  • Robert Fuller
  • Roy Foland
  • Russell Flohra
  • Wesley Schuetzel
  • Wilfred Millard
  • William Parker

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: September 26, 1974

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