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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                g The Cedar Kaplds Ciazette: Tucs.. Oct. By (icno Brrnhitrdl WASHINGTON (CPU "There is a tune to sighed silver-haired Hep. Butler llaiiscn who is retiring after Hi years in (In1 house nf representatives. "I don't want tu hang mi like sunn' of these old goals who waul power fur power's saki1." siicirli'd Mrs. llansen, o'T. Slu1 is imc of 'III house members ami seven senators who arc voluntarily stepping aside this year, forsaking their in annual salaries and whatever prestige a nienilier of congress slill enjoys in the hope of a less demanding, fnlure. Anolher 14 house mcnihers are leaving I" run for governor or the C. S. senate, anil eight congressmen and two senators were del'ealed in primary ele< lions Vacant Seats That leaves lil house and senate seals to he filled in the Nov. a eleelions the highest number of any congress in history. In random interviews, many of Ihuse quil- ling eoniplained they were faligued. dis- enehanted and increasingly intolerant of the demands on their time and energy. "I'm tired of answering the damned tele- phone all weekend." Mrs. Ilansen said. Watergate and the erosion of public con- fidence in politicians Republicans and Democrats alike doubtless also weighs nil their minds, although few admitted it. A congressional survey last fall disclosed that congressmen ranked low in public favor, far behind local trash collectors. A Louis Harris poll last month indicated that even with a boost in confidence from the house impeachment proceedings, the public gave congress a negative rating by a 54-38 margin. "It's possible I might have stayed on a couple of more years if there had been no Watergate." said Hep. Howard W. Kobison (K-N.Y.i. why in resigning after 18 years. "This always was a demanding job. but now it has become a mean and tough as well as demanding job." Says Hep. Craig Hosmer. "It's just not fun here anymore." Hosmer, senior Republican on the house interior committee, said It was very im- pressive being a freshman congressman. "Init after IE years yon get jaded." especially as a Republican in a Demoeralic-cnnlrnllod congress. Can't Get Promotion "I've been here vears and I can't gel a promotion." he said. "I've been 'No. long enough." Hep. Waller I1'.. Powell. is leaving after only four years. "1 guess I'm Hist immune to Potomac fever." he says. As an Ohio slate legislator, he said, "I saw con- stituents often. I was close to them, but I'm not close to them out here." Hep. Harold H. Collier second- ranking Republican on the ways and means committee who came to congress IS years ago. agrees. "One of the sad things 1 experienced as my tenure got longer was thai congress was in session so long that most members find it difficult to maintain a rapport with their district. There is a great deal lost in the per- sonal touch." lie said. "There is a frustration here." said 71- year-old diet Ilolifield a Id-year veteran, chairman of the house government operations committee and former chairman of the joint atomic energy committee. "I'm talking mainly about dealing with the senate." llolifield said. "My committee sends them legislalion like the consumer protection act and the senate committee al- lows a bunch of Nader-type amendments and it gels filibustered to death on the senate floor." Rep. David Martin now com- pleting his l-lth year, reached the coveted ladder of the house Republican leadership last year when he became senior nf I-Ml.'s rMimnitlne he's ing it all lip. "I made my decision when I was elected in llllill that I would when I became (iii. Well I'm Ii7 and I'm going lo (piil now." Martin said. Mary Jagerson Becomes Bride During a 2 o'clock ceremo- ny Saturday at Asbury I'nited Methodist church. Miss Mary Jagerson. daughter of the Otto V. Blackwells. ICili Second street was married to .lames H. Kopish. Officiating was the Hev. Charles Me- haffey. The bridegroom is Hie son ul Mr. and Mrs. .lue Kopisb, Twenty-sixth avenue SW. Becky Blackwell. sister of the bride, and .loo ftnpish. brother of the bridegroom, were honor attendants. He-embroidered lace ac- cented the empire bodice and bishop sleeves of the bride's gown of sheer A seedpearl headpiece held her elbow-length veil and her flowers wen1 a nosegay of apricot sweetheart roses and miniature white carnations. Miss Blackwcll wore an empire gown of pink dolled Swiss styled with a standnp collar and fitted sleeves. She carried a single pink rose. A private reception was given in the home of Hie bride's parents following the ceremony. The cnuple will temporarily reside a! the Twenty-sixth av- enue address. The bridegroom is employed by ('argil! Inc.. and Mrs. Kupish liy 1 larders. CORKKt.TION The wedding dale chosen hy Miss Kllen Seherrnian and her fiance. John Vaiieif. was in- correctly reported as Dee. IT in the shower item published in Sunday's (laxette. The coll- ide will exchange vows Dec. 7. Bridge The Shufflers Winners of the rubhcr hndge game Monday at Park Christian church were: .North-sooth Micki Siewerl and Sue Holschi, first, and Mary Ann Boarilinan and Klcanor lc'itxpatrick. second: Kran I'.lsea and Twyla Hall, first, and Linda N'ickle and Di- ane Yiiitjiiisl. second. Over-all winners were Mrs. 1'ntschi and Mrs. Siewerl. The nest game will he played at Mon- day at the church. MRS. STKVKN SfllUI-TK 1IONOKKI) AT SIIOWKR Mrs. Steven Schulle. Mill X street was honored Sun- day afternoon with a posl- nnptial shower al the Cedar Terrace recreation lounge hy Mrs. Larry Schnlte. Mrs. Donald Schnlte and Miss Sandra Hunter. Mrs. Schulle is the former Diane Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter of Colora- do drive SW. Mr. Schulte is the son of Mrs. ('.race Schnlte. IStlll Central drive SW. "V 'A w i 1' 4' I i x Younqest in Class When Helen DeGarza goes to class at North Texas State university in Denton so does her three- month old daughter, Carolyn. Understanding teach- have welcomed the infant into the classes and the child doesn't disturb them at all. giving her most of the umbrella. BIQWN-tN MINERAL WOOL il Today Kore Than Ever Bsfore Good Insulation Pays for Itself r f i Insulation Dopf. 1101 Second Avo. S.E. Phono 362-1 186 or 365-4647 PARTY A water tower at Spring Lake Park, Minn., carries an affectionate message of six hearts and Thomas Schumann, president of the company hired to paint the tower with a stars-and- stripes theme, had the rest added. He said the spray-painted letters and hearts are on paper and easy to remove. Schumann said he and his wife are estranged and he wanted to show he loves her. Society Features Bride of D.H. Vyskocil Julie Says Vows The marriage of Miss Sherry Tripod of Boulder. Colo., and Donald Henry Yyskocil. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Vyskocil. Fairlane drive NF. look place Saturday evening at 7 at the Western Fraternal Life Assn. building. Officiating was the Rev. Charles Mehaffcy. Pan-ills of the bride are Mr. and Mrs .ferry Tripod of Paragonld, Ark. Honor attendants were Cathy Oural of Boulder and Robert lloiiune. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of ivory knit with lace Irim on the standup collar and leg-o-mutton sleeves. She wore sprigs of baby's breath in her hair and carried a bouquet of white ros- es, pink carnalions and bur- gnndy-liutod baby's brealh. Miss (limit's gown was of burgundy knit in princess style wilh a scoop neckline. Her was similar to that of the bride. Serving as ushers were Richard W. Vyskocil and Larry Tripod of Paragould. brothers of (In1 bridal couple Tracy Tyler was flower girl and Julia Yyskoeil. acolyte. Sixty-five guests attended a SON ANT) FAMILY VISIT .IA.MKS Hl'RTS Mr and Mrs. .lames Hurt. :illl Fifth avenue were bosls lo their son and danghier-in-law. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lcs Hurt and their son Jon of (ireen Bay. over the weekend. ON THIS DATE in IHIi'l. the I'.S supreme court ruled unanimously thai school dis- tricts must end racial segregation "at once." Mrs. Vyskocil reception given in the Western Fraternal lounge at K. The newlyweds will make their homt1 in Hrnomfield Colo., where Mr. Yyskocil is employed hy F.akers Clothing store, lie uas graduated from the I'niversity of Iowa. His bride has been employed by the JCPenney Co. in Boulder. Dancer Can't Use 'Eva Knievel' Name JACKSOXVll.LK. Fla. (AP) An entertainer who uses a motorcycle in her dance act can't call herself F.va Knievel. a judge says. Circuit judge. Sam C.ond- friend. denied Cynthia Anne Morgan's peti- tion to change her name to resemble that of motorcycle dare-devil, K.vel Knievel. The woman didn't prove the change "would not in any way invade the good will of oth- ers." the judge ruled. LOST NATION Cnion I'ros.vbertian church provided the setting Sunday for the marriage of Miss Julie Joann Huchotxke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Oxford Junction. In Dunne Arthur Ilnbler. The cere- mony was performed by the Kev. Paul Skelley. The bridegroom is the1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Iinbler uf Lisbon. Aleiicon lace accented I he bride's empire gown of silk over taffeta which was styled with a Victorian neckline, long puff sleeves and an A-line skirl edged with a flounce. Matching lace bor- dered her full-length mantilla and she carried a nosegay of orchid carnations centered with a white orchid. Attending her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. Doug Vegge and bridemaids were Lei-Ann Benisehek. Herri Latare of Cedar Hapids and Deborah Sanderson. The matron of honor wore an orchid-colored knit gown trimmed in purple velvet. The other attendants wore identi- cally slyled gowns in lighl Zenith -In Hearing Aids 10 Day Money-Back Guarantee fry ,jny I Inarinp; Aid at home, at work nnywbere. If .ir-' nol vilified, yon c.m return it to ".r Ih llc.iraii; within 10 days of pur- i.kr.f- .iiirl y.ur money will fully refunrlod, (Lxteiit for crflcn! Medical Arts Surgical Supply 2740 First Avo. NE Phonal 364-4116 3TORI HOURS! 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Saturday Hours: 8 a.m. till Noon him1 wilh dark blue velvet trim. Kach wore a floral head- piece and held a nosegay of purple asters and bine carna- tions. David llnhler served his brother as best man and groomsmen were Don Stork. Duane Pospisil and .lim Hreimaman. I'shers Included .John Reck, (lary Morehouse of Cedar Rapids and Randy brother of the bride. Tricia Vacok was flower girl and Ricky Ruch- another brother, and Pamela Sanderson were candlclighters. A reception for gnesls was given at the Lost Nation Legion hall following the cere- monv. The couple plans a wcdd- ding trip to the Pocono moun- tains in Pennsylvania. After Nov. the couple will reside at HI" Seventeenth avenue SW in ('edar Rapids. Mr. liublci. a student al Cue college, is employed by Pre-Stressed Concrete of Iowa in Cedar Rapids. The bride was gradu- ated from the American In- stitute of Commerce in Daven- port. liy Abigail Van lluren DKAK ABHV: I have had lots of problems hut I never had one like this, so hen1 goes my first Dear Allhy letter. I am a .Vi'-year-old working man. I lived with my folks uiusl of my life, bid they are both dead now. so I'm living alone. When I was younger 1 would ask girls for dales, but 1 got turned down, mostly because I wa.sn I very good-looking and didn't have much money. Being alone so much caused me to be kind of shy. I never enjoyed being alone. I .inst got used In il. Well, I look a chance on the stale lottery, and won I had never won anything in my life. 1 still can't believe it. but it is true. Now I've got so many friends (mostly wom- I almost have lo hide. I would like some female companionship, bill don't want lo end up married to some gold-digger. I don't have any experience al all when it comes to judging women. Abby. so how can I protect myself1.' K.B.. AT'i'LKBOHO, MASS. DEAR K.K.. Don't go in for anything as permanent as marriage until you know the woman well enough In trust her completely. Then see a lawyer about a pre-nuptial agreement. (He'll explain it In you.) You took a chance' on a lottery and won, and marriage is a bit of a gamble, too, but the belter you know Ihc can- didate, the smaller the risk. DK.AR ABBY: My daughter anil her husband (married on- ly a few months) both go lo college and live wilh me. He1 is a line young man and I like him, but he has one serious fault. He will not gel up in the morning for his classes. II breaks my heart to see my daughter calling him. going hack to their bedroom, shaking him. pleading with him. and wearing herself nut Irving to gel him up in the morning. lie was dropped from Ins S o'clock class because he missed so many classes. Natu- rally, he losl that credit. Now lie is sleeping through his II o'clock classes. I have wanted to tell her lo simply pour ice water on him. hut I've used remarkable re- straint staying out of (his dai- ly hassle. Any suggestions? MOM DKAlt MOM: He's your daughter's problem. not yours. Hut If she were wise, she'd wake him once only, set the alarm lo give him a (he minute grace period, then go about her business. If he knows he has to get up, lip will. And if he doesn't, let him suffer the consequences. See New Fall Colors and Styles Carriage House SHOWING SALE _ STORE HOURS Monday and Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 10 p.m. to 3 p.m. NORTH OF LINDALE PLAZA 377-6384 HURRY! 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