Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 9, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 09, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NMIQNAl Wt'AlMft fDlltOSt 10 30.00 x v Ford Sets Free Offer In Anti-Inflation Pitch iTIii- Oelar Itanlils Runllc: U'ed., Orieilicr (I, 3A I.) day, called it tin inew mobilisation. (ialvanmng Osliiri: on money an individual ikeeps in a passbook savings ac- ;enunl, or in the case of a symbol of a couple. The' bill, sponsored by Kep.j IJlll: "Oversight" in VA Case, Government Loses Appeal Print your name, address and ;el "aiijlhe navy. He had been in the ill-'colo.i ovcr.s.ght" byjScmcc oncMiiemth. A iiiodcnHlay' V-lur-Viclury.j1" fcnv of funds for'Assl. U.S. Atty. Hobeit Sikma.j Service Connected he: galvanizing mortgages. Tin- at least j Mrs. Clark conti'iided. and the ......temranrilv lost its chance concurred, lhal the death eceinomic "Hcmembcr tliej'm grouncs it would add to the ,v i was service connected, and that which whipped up deficit. a juelgment by U.S. th n si a.sin for the Spanish-1 bait higher food price-spinel -Judge ICdward -I. McManns henefils. The VA had l-'ighler mid Kneri'y Saver of World war il vintage.jlralion opposes the legislation ic duration. I will do I best I can America." we must produce more food." against Ihe Veterans Adminis-ilurncd down the claim. Alas, till! I'residenf failed lo; '''ord said, lie asked congress lo The government bad fid days, Rain is expected Wednesday night over the eastern slopes of Iho Rockies. Mostly fair elsewhere. Nell Z. Maley. 83.1 me lo Ihe Eighth circuit isaid be would allocate to farm- UK VA lllllcss "icourl of appeals. Hikma filed Ihe 'I'lVi all the fuel and seek aulhori-'brmgs up lurlher supportive oct anc[ nll i Not 'l.v lo allocate.' all the fertilizer idence is obligated lo payday asked the district courl In President l-'eirel, in his ceo-! You have lo look Ihrough need. in life insurane-e' benefits grant a seven-day extension of nomic address to congress Chairinain I'oagc e.f Kjfjthe deadline date. "Whip Inllalion Now." It nouse agriculture commit- I In his petition for extension, pears Iwiee. however, said that without Iccnlli avenue nf ,in days-> A White House spokesman assurance of prol'il Kurd's Mrs. Clark's 18-year old son. prol.ess s.-iiel speechwritcrs slipped would not elo the Garlh (ieiodwin, cnmniilted was not received by the by not having Ford explain that- '''ni'd said marketing orders jn Or U.S. attorney's office until IWIN referred to that phrase. regulalions were days after it was passed Further, he staled that "an administrative oversight1' Rll i his office to use the Mc3n9'ng ]receipt dale of the judgment in- islcad of the actual ruling date I Sikma claimed lhat an appeal Kirschen Says Suit Possible On Lawyer Fee I Bill Hie button offer, nonclhc-1 "'-'ing reviewed to end or change j Asst. U.S. Ally. Alan Kirslien .iiess, is genuine. The address isi'neise responsible; lor inllated of Sioux City, said House. Accident Seen j that "litigation is conlempliit-m 205110 Herlh, Tliursday at j supreme courl over the court- administered client security HK The Weather empcrnlures Tuesday, ihl lO'.v tU Inavos at Twenty-first street! anel Bever avenue SE. p.m. Tne-sday. N'l'eelli'.ss call at Slid Parkview 'court SIC. p.m. Tne'sday. NuisaiH'i'i call at Twentieth avenue MANCIIhSIhR A suil seck- Follrlcenlb street SW. a.m. Weilnesdav. Noe'ei- Wcdncsday. Kirshen said hc'Whito House aide, mindful of a National Energy Board, head-jtophcr Michael and slill feels Hip requirement for j overworked telephone operators led by Interior Secretary Mor-S Allan, bolh at home: him lo participate in Ihe fund is in the President's office, urgedilon, to develop a national en- m o t h c r llcne Cox. O wrong. He added that the su- preme court side-stepped Ihe Jamie his Center citix.ens lo "write, don't call." jergy program, with inslructions'l'oinl; four sisters. Jennie; Win- The aide added that Ford'sjlo reduce imporls of foreign Center Point; Lcla Win- issues he brought before it when'announcement had outdistanced! by "nc million barrels a day Urbana; Annfi Seickle. he disputed its ruling. A lawsuit, he said, may be the only way lo resolve the issue. Kirshen is presently serving as special prosecutor in charge of the Wounded Knee Indian trials in Lincoln. u Ul Bititl While OwEieir Slept Ralph Dunn. 1415 B avenue NE, Tuesday reported his resi- m% in damages hasidcnec burglarized after he left been filed in Delaware doors unlocked to allow an Assis- tane'c call at KiOf) Fourteenth avenue1 SW. Magistrate's Court behinel-the-sccnes planning. "Tollhi; end ol 1975. be absolutely frank, we clon'l Ford asked congress lo in- have any win buttons now but we will he said. Driver Faces Six crease maximum penalties for anti-trust violations from the present lo million for and from lo and Lonna Barrows, both ol Cedar Rapids; two brothers Larry Cox, Cedar Hapids, am Frank Cox of Burlington, ant his grandmother of Oskaloosa. Services: Noon Friday at ase for individual violators. Turner chapel east by (he Rev. "My administration will zero Jerry Wood of the Church of the in on more clfeclive enforce- Burial: Cedar Mcmo- ment of laws against price-fix- rial cemetery. Friends may call ing and he said. I at Turner chapel cast. He said the Council on Wage! The driver of a car and two land Prie-e Stability will be "Ihe; passengers were arrested' Tucs- watchdog over inflationary day after leading police on aiof all governmental actions. district court against a to drop off some [streets. use at speeds in excess of miles per hour Ihrough city Donna and Sylvia Bradley, Manchester, are asking dam- ages on behalf of their teenage Speretinff Brenela Davis, s011- David, who suffered "pcr- JIB34 Wilson avenue injuries" July 4, 1973, in a car-molorcyclc accident. Tiie suil claims Ihe youth's in- juries resulted when 'his motor- j Sunrise trailer court; Gerald cycle was struck by a car driv- Booth, Washington; Dunn told police he had met a man earlier while playing pool at a tavern. Friends drove Dunn home after the Iwo agreed lo meet later al Dunn's A black anel white television set valued at All legislative proposals and regulations coming from the ex- ecutive, he -said, will include a Police charged the driver, j statement lhat their effect on (Continued from Page 1.) and other arrangements for a President's appearance. "Can't Just Wai'.'' Steven 'P. McNeal, 22. of 5011 Mnrhel avenue NW, with three counts of disobeying a traffic signal and one count each of speeding, reckless driving and attempting lo elude police. inflalion has been considered, lie suggested congress adopt Ilic same policy with regard to its own initiatives, and that state and ioc'al governments (Continued from Page 1.) to have in our budgets., we have a better chance of gelling what we wainl, when wo work as a Jcrnigan said. Ray complimented the depart- ment heads for their "anti-infla- policies of Ihe last two years, oiling Ihe ncnrly ion in reversions lhal. resulted r o m the departments not 'spending where it was not iccdcd." No lioiiils The governor also pointed to Ihe facl lhal the slate was not to issue bonds for any new buildings lhal arc planned or for funding Ihe Vietnam bonus for veterans. Ray alto lauded legislators "You can't just wait around! ahcad J. limirln ;mnmnrml Hnrma Ihp until the last minute and if they haven't got a jury tell the Pres- ident lo come hack likewise. Donald 11. i The council siiii wiimml. Ford mav be the first Pres- v.nneu at were missingJKorrester. 211.'of 2918 Dalcwoodjcompulsory powers will when Dunn woke up SK. and Dennis A. Ross.jlinue lo monilor wages ilnt'if -iccorcling to I i- made appropriations during the last, session. "Olhcrwisc, they (legislators) would have spent more of that surplus down the he said. As iias been the ca.se hi pre- vious years. Ray Raid budget hearings will be held in the oming months lo further sound oblems of ,_ Ulerfeld, Mnniicello; Williamjcn by Michael flibbs of :21. of Twentieth avenue and will hold public hcar-l "f1.., months lo further Cedar al (ill) 3.51, fall I sF-'rh-'i'l'-'' i "e told police he did not re-, were charged with resisting aniings, he said. D ,'1I-V "lu m" css V Ihe needs and problei j Ronald 'Moore: iMon Ind'ian Ilill'l Tllt' "r.-'tHcys claim their .son: call seeing or hearing Ihe friendiOfficcr alter I hey allegedly ran .vi nc Al h- n I inc dcPilrlmcnts- Coralville Lake road SK: Joe Kaxion. r, Summer nuderwenl emergency to his apartment. the car after police over-; Truck Firm Files 'teslified be-lore ce Poo, leve, Wednesilav !m rcmOV1" Ihe vehicle. J f g k f Births-Mercy .1 Xn'rwirh S'llcen', noises during the mghl The chase began at. p.m. i r P J with committees a'. Ihe DITTOS mercy jsw, Dunn told police he suflercd a Tuesday when a police olhccr: L" Mr. and Mrs. Kerry J SK. In another suit filed in on his head and noticed' the car traveiing al his brother Loras ol, IIOUL Koehlcr. XWK Oaklantl NE, a daughter. Births St. Lulie's Out. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ur.asii. route 1, Marion, a son. Marriage Licenses Cathy Scverson and Siepmnn, both of Cedar Haiiids. 1 j Reeker. n-13 M street SW: eacli fineel .Slid anel e-osts. Donna Klinmnan. Point; Dnviel Kurlh, He's Moines; David Kirk, Sonthview i-'blllllp ware courl. Ihe Robert. may have been bit by whom- sens, Manchester, legal guardi- ans of Warren Donovan, and Ihe Ward Donovans of Linn county. ever look the items during the nighl. high rale of speed on Eighth ,-lv.Kemp Hrolhers Trucking enue al its intersection filed for bankruptcy Ihcl George Washington went be- fore Ihe lull senate "advice Cedar Rapids federal bankrupt- drive-. Marion; Douglas Phillips, his parents, arc seeking Third street SW; Emiiv] jn r.hnviges' Warren Dono-l Gle-nwood eirive NW; Margaret van lost his lefl leg following an and consent" on Indian treaties. But the debate was so cumber rSSSBS WAS HI NOT ON (AP) Chances appear good for the house to give final congressional (Continued from Page 1.) gasoline ralioniiu al Sixth street SK. In the 1100 block of C street: 'SW. police said Ihe car was; c (1, 'and lor me1 narini'rsnin nis n-.n t.nui- sending fhem to the senate. races with public i1....... Dehls of Ihe Hrm were listed The senate approved the com- promise measure overhauling federal campaign financing by a some thai'he set Ihe precedent approval lo a bill lo curb cam- for the partnership. His lor negotiating treaties first Sic-pman. both of Cedar Hapids. le-mvoocl drive- NW; Margaret ,L-K an ,h ,1 W TO n -VeU S g Calhv Mills. Cedar liapids. and Yancey. 2705 Matthew drive aerielenl involving his ;7', afler and "SM'I'S al! Frank Devine, Los Anseles.iSW: Kobert Lander. Ifi25 Park and a car driven by Douglas! "C lxllcV c llnosin" control of Ihe c'lr in Ihe wllh ,r C'ntif. Pamela Knba, CVdarj Towne lane NE; each lined fc is a more equilab e np- ,1.1 j :1S (font, Dapids ,inr lohcrt Sippe .1 and eosls. nroaeh o gam he ex ra v -sne.e.1 .in. i enui Marion. Marguerite lUs'o.t.j TralTi, sisna, vinlnfinn _! "i r necdeel lo linnnee skielelcd nbcul M Kl he same: Cedar Rapid.--, and Timothy i Crow, Miller anil his fatherj wi ,0 suf Sebeer. North Liberty. i M a r i n Richard The aeridcnl hs" ehn