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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                y, NKWOKl i _ _ now is expected Monday night from the mid Rockies and the northern "plains, while ram is expected in southeastern Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather High tempcriilures Sunday, low ___r era lures overnight and inches ol prccipi-1 mann, Anchorage 10 -7 L. Al IB 10 -7 L. Anqclcs 67 53 54 .72 Miami .78 74 Bismarck .41 20 Min'apolis 53 23 Chicago 38 N. Orleans 72 57 1.40 Denver ...62 35 Dulttth -....43 20 Honolulu ..79 6? .66 Seattle ...46 42 .4b Houston 57 .27 W'hinqlcn 56 35 C. R. Weather High Sunday .................56 Ijow overnight ...............38 Noon Monday 2 p.m. Monday Precipitation ..............None Total for November Normal for November Normal through Nov. Total for 1974 Barometer, falling Humidity lat noon..... ....2.30 ...31.7! ...42.21 ...29.93 ...96% Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m. S at 13 mph.' Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High 50; low, 37; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, ___Snow 34-12 Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moincs Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls ....Cloudy 55-40 ....Cloudy 57-47 ...PtCldy 515-45 ___Shwrs 54-35 ....Cloudy 5G-40 ....Cloudy 59-48 ..Cloudy 58-40 .PtCldy 40-30 Rain 42-32 .Cloudy 54-30 Shwrs .Cloudy 47-24 Coraiviile Lake Pool level Monday .....083.17 Mississippi Stages (Flood slaffcs in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.9, rise .1 Lansing (18) 7.6, no change Dam 9 (18) 13.3, rise.1 McGregor (18) 7.2, rise .2 Guttcnbcrg (15) 4.3, no change Dubuquc (17) 7.4, fall .1 Davenport (IS) 4.6, fall .2 Keokuk (Hi) 3.1, fall .1 Cedar at C.K. (13) 3.10, fall .14 Births Mercy Nov. IB Mr. and Mrs. Kandy Gabrinjr, 824 Fourteenth street SE, a daughter. Nov. 17 Mt. nml Mrs. Thomas Tullis, 2010 Glass road NE, a son. Births St. Luke's Nov. 1C To the families of James Sutton, 1152 C avenue NW, a son; Kenneth Clihel, Swishcr, a son. Nov. 17 To the families of L.vle Kniitson, 41 Cherry Hill road NW, a daughter; William Carlson, Toledo, a son; .Tohn 15 o y a n o v s It y Springville, a daughter; Gerald Banks. 164 Eastvicw drive NW, a son. Marriages Dissolved Kathryn E. and Carroll C. Hall, jr Bobbie J. and Mark McKibbcn. Julie Ami and Frank Burden Petlit. David Michael and Paula Marie Reeder. Carol Annette and Charles Gene Hartman. Gayla Jo and 'Ralph Wayne Sims. Pa- tricia Jo and Bradley Treon Campbell. Frances D. and Dieh- ard F. Goette. Norma D. and Robert L. Brail. Marricge Licpnsps Mary Wiener find Gregory Keith, Diane White and John Moore, Theresa Lawrence and Tvrnne Html, Rosemary Do Lander and Dale Dahlke, Tere- sa Kiniball and Donald Weaver, all of Cedar Rapids. Deborah Rllgglcs and Nickolas Allen, Angelina De-Forrest and Gre- gory Evans, all of Marion. Ann Bniwnlie, Fairfax, and Robert Tow, jr., Cedar Kapids. Magistrate's Court Douglas Ill-illic- 3000 .1 .sin-el SW: fined III IJiilrwniid nvciliu- SIS; fined ami cosls. Mark iilinit, K.viiii; fincil ;incl c-osts. randan- Allen, roulc two, Mill-inn: finc'il KM ami Ronald Kns, itllO .1 slnvt SW; Send a bit of cheer with a bouquet from... 4 Seasons HI VitiH M 11) Sill Mark Lyllc, Solon; Kathlene Rieflin, Urbana; Mary Dig- Hopkinton; Paul Mi- cliels, Hazleton; Warren Wil- liam, 1335 Eighth street NW; William Wcers, 4801 Fruitwood lane NE; Joan Brown, Hia- watha; Gary Station, 2912 O avenue NW; Roscoe Phipps, 1315 K street SW; Guy Mor- ton, YMCA; Leonard Frondlc, 2925 Johnson avenue NW; John Harris, 3000 J street SW; each fined and costs. Don Allen 382 Sixteenth street SE; Bruce Danielson, 11 Cottage Grove Woods SE; Harold Miller, Cen- tral City; Maurice Mairc, 2400 Bever avenue SE; Richard Nel- son, Springville; Kathryn Kramer, Manchester; Jimmy Grulkey, 818 Tenth street SW Marilyn Manganello, Ely; Les- lie Tammengan, 828 Fourth street NW; Michael Frcy, 6901 Shannon, 77. Tuesday at 2 at White's where wake will be held Monday at 8. Taitia Walter P. Hagge, 70. Wednesday at at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Burial: St. John Lutheran cemetery, south of Tama. Visitation until 9 a.m. Wednesday at Mason-Hand's and until service time at St. Paul Lutheran. Marengo C. C. (Cliff) Jen- kins, 90. Tuesday at 2 at Har- rison's. Kyan James P. Callan, 47. Tuesday at St. Patrick's Mt. Vernon road Houser, Carl ton 1318 J Holten, SE; James street SW 5031 Harbet avenue NW; Max John, 401 Vine avcnnc SE; Howard Beranek, Solon; William Clem- ent, 4420 Bowling street SW Donald Drehousc, 800 Fifth av- enue SE; each lined and costs. Intoxication Grovcr FiU- patrick, 2331 Dalewood ave- nuo SE; fined and costs Perry Lindeman, jr., 527 Six- teenth street NE; fined and costs. Driver's license violation George Ralliff, 353 Seventh avenue SE; fined and costs Michael Bugler, 5320 Pine Grove drive NE; Jerry Hanson 433 Thirtieth street Xa- and costs. Medrith route two, Marion; vier Williams, 81 Seventh ave- nuo SE; each fined and costs. Meter violation Barbara Dunham, 528 Twelfth slrcel SE; fined and costs. Improper passing: Gary Sieck, Toddvillc; fined anil -osls. License plate violation Yank S m i t h, route one, Mnrion; fined and costs. Crossing center line Doug- Ins Thompson, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; fined and costs. Improper height Henry Perry, jr., Carlisle; fined and costs. Traffic siffnal violation Ronald Williams, 1122 Maple- wood drive NE; Marvin Pros- 844 Fifth avenue SE; each :inecl -hambcr.s, Larry Nelson, 2434 Linwood street SW; Philip Gutlmccht, Kill Twenty-seventh street NW; Dawn Wcntzcl, 1430 A ivcnnc NE; Thomas Zobl, 2611 3uchnnnn drive SE; Donald jagerquist, 1212 Tenth avenue SW; Marvin Scovcl, 851 Fifth avenue SE; each fined and costs Failure to use lights Rob- ert Bowser, 08 Thirty-sixth av- enue SW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Larry Kacher, route two, Cedar Rapids; fined and costs. School stop sign violation NE; fined and costs. Failure to use signal Dan- el Novins, 928 Maplewood drive NE; fined and costs. Fires p.m. Saturday. Short in ransfnrmcr in television, 410 Seventh avenue SW. p.m. Saturday. Child o c It e d in halliroom, 328 Twenty-ninth strcel drive p.m. Sunday. Nuisance Fifth avenue and Twenly- hird street SE. a.m. Sunday. Gas Hush, Vei non road, and Forty- second .street SE. p.m. Sunday. Short in vashiliff machine, 527 Third av- enue SW. p.m. Sunday. Nuisance :all, Twenty-first avenue SW. a.m. Monday. Ovcrheal- d washing machine motor, Lanwloii avenue SW. Iowa Deaths Williamslmrg _ Mylcs J. UoMonomy, Wednc.sda.v at ill fit. Mary's. Rosary Tuesday at it at McSwiggin and Wednesday at 2 it Kii-st Lutheran church, "onroy. MrSwiggin and Uhl- liann's. ntlrprnoYni'e Paul CJ. flowers mcj FLOWER SHOP I, Blvd. NW FIOWERPHONE36G-I826 gymnasium. Burial in St. Mary's cemetery, Manchester. Wake service Monday at 8, Shelly's, Manchester. Delaware Mrs. Marvin L. Maurer, 51. Wednesday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Friends may call after Cedar Rapids Obituaries I Tin- Gazelle: Mon., November 18, Frank Foushee Frank Koushee, 80, Illinois Veterans liome, Quincy, III., formerly of Cedar Rapids, died Saturday. Horn Sept. 24, 1894, in Wilkcs county, N.C., he was a retired printing pressman. He worked for many years at Slamals Pub- lishing Co., Cedar Rapids. He also worked for Augustana Book Lester M. Means Lester M. Means, 50, of HOOI Tcrraee Hill drive NE, a Cedar Rapids resident 13 years, died Wednesday a t Wilmersdorf, Germany, following a short illness. Horn Jan. 4, 192-1, at Eagle Lake, Fla., he was married to Jean France Dec. 21, 1947, at Urbana. He was a navy veteran Concern, Hock Island, III., and of World war II, and was a pilot DeSaulnlcrs Publishing Co., Mo-jfor Updating Burglar Alarms Proposed to C. R, Council 0 Proposed improvements to the police department's burglar id to Lena Zoeb Lena X.eeb, III, 1740 li avenue NE, and a resident of Cedar Kapids since 1917, died .Satur- day at an Amana nursing home, j She was born July 10, 1893, aljihc cily councjl Derendinger, (ierrnany. morning. Xceb was a nurse and purehas- Wallace LaPelcrs dc- ing agent at St. Luke's hospital ln, prescnl systcm as in the Methodist church. for many years, and was a of mosl member of SI. Paul's United bul said is cumbersome and is becoming line, III. He was a life member of the printing pressman's union. Surviving are a son, James, Moline, III.; a daughter, Mrs. John Harrison, Norfolk, Va.; wo brothers, Wren, Princeton, II N.C., and a sister, Sullivan, 111. Services: Tuesday at Claude, Winston-Salem, Swanee at All Faith chapel at the Illinois Veterans home. Burial: Sunset cemetery at the home. Cookson- )augherty Colonial chapel is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lemuel Wisdom Pan-American Airways for: There are no immediate sur-' outdated 'ears before his j 23 ye this year. Mr. Means was a member of the Cedar Kapids Elks club. Surviving in addition to his wife, Jean, are a daughter, Mrs. Capt. James Barnes said a Vj, i, UCf incw control and monitoring sys- S'p, may, if they wish, contribute to Roberta Joyce Wisdom, 3G, of j 53C Ninth street SW, died Satur- day of injuries suffered in an automobile accident. Her address had been incorrectly isted earlier as 424 Ninth street W. Born Dec. 29, 1937, in Ottum- wa, she had been a Cedar Rapids resident for five years. Services: Cedar Memorial Chapel of Memories at 2 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. James Ricgel. inurnment: Chapel of Memories columbarium. Friends may call at the Chapel of Memories after 1 p.m. Tues- day. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, do- 'nale to the heart fund. She was married Wisdom on March to Lemuel 19, 1968, in Oltumwa. Mrs. Wisdom was a member of the Moose and Eagle auxiliaries. Surviving in addition to her lusband are three daughters, Jrenda Lynch, La Wanda Joyce Wisdom and Sondra Wisdom, all George E. Goodall George E. Goodall, 68, a o r m e r resident of Cedar Rapids, died Sunday at Musca- ,ine General hospital following a brief illnes. S u r i v i n g are his wife, Kathryn; a stepson, Larry Hill of Muscatine; two stepdaugh- ters; Mrs. Don Dipple and Wrs. Lyle Hepker, Muscatine; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Gicse 7 p.m. Monday at Shelly's home; four sons, Randy Van Dundee Benjamin Harold Dean Van Tas- Kotek, 81. Tuesday at 10, jr., and Larry Wisdom, at Mary's Catholic church, and Jon Lynch of Oltum- mont. Wake service Monday at 8, Kreussel-Fawcett, her mother, Mrs. Faye Ar- Farley Mrs. Henry Portland, Ore., Iwo 72. Thursday at St. Elda Faye Fowler, of scph's'Calholic church. Ana, Calif.; Bonnie Sell- may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at Bloomfield; two step- Oclwcin Gerald Peter Betty Swartz, Pittsburg, chaels, 21. Wednesday Davida Finley, Excelsior Sacred Heart church. Brant-Kern. Oclwcin Helen Taylor, 50. Wednesday at 1, Mo., and two stepbrothers, Charles Arbuckle, Pittsburg, Kan., and Bobbie Ar- Elgin Ben Dennler, Cherokee, Kan. Tuesday at Illyria Community church. Muehlcthaler's. Lisbon Dell Kohl, Johnson funeral home in Ottumwa, at a time lo Muskogee, Okla. announced. Burial: in Shaul Dccorah Rocky M. Ottumwa. Friends of Marion. Wednesday at 1, Stcincs'. Military riles at Bluff-ton register at Turner chapel east until 9 p.m. Monday. Police-Council Squad Car Members of the police high manpower at peak mand staff and the periods. Under the new Rapids city council met Monday morning for a far-ranging discussion of the personnel the patrol cars on the street range from 14 between vehicle needs of the and 4 p.m. to 26 between p.m. and midnight. The main purpose of and Clift explained in meeting was for the police to have the 26 units avail- request permission [a order at least 30 patrol cars will lice cars early next year that are not included in the needed because several are It was described as a unavailable because of flow problem by Assistant or repairs. Gareth council made no decision The budget now in effect the requests. for an 18-month period that June 30, 1975. It was written the same discussion, 18 months, instead of one group discussed the op- )ecause the city is time to replace cars, 'rom a calendar fiscal year to full-size cars, or special July 1-June 30 fise'al performance packages necessary and whether it is :easible for the police to trade The police had indicated used patrol cars instead of need to replace 18 cars in them. year, so in building the month budget, funding was earmarked for 27 cars Expels 7 Jan. 1, 1974 and June 30, 1975. An additional nine cars Death lave to be replaced in the Initiation six months of 1975, but would be purchased in Ihe next fiscal Clift explained', so no money was budgeted for them. However, he continued, local dealers have said Ihe cars must )e ordered prior lo next April if they are lo be delivered in 1975. lie said the department needs icrmtesion lo order Ihe cars in he current fiscal year, with the cost 'lo be paid from Ihe BRANCH, N. J. (UP1) Seven students charged in the death of a Monmoulh college student buried alive during a fraternity initiation rite have been expelled from the Zela Beta Tan fraternity and Ihe local charier has been suspended temporarily. James Grecr, executive of Ihe national fraternity, Wednesday stripped Ihe seven New of their membership in .he organization and announced Chief Wallace LaPclcrs had suspended Ihe local showed Ihe councilman illustrating Ihe ncw a statement, Grccr said he and vehicle assignments recommend permanent ly put inlo effect based on of Ihe charier al the computer analysis of crime national meeting in Jan- Me said Ihe national orga- The new assignments arc has had a "long-stand- j signed lo overlap seven opposition to Hie anaehronis- lour slhfls in such a way as practice of K. Convenient Loco lion ilomlfor 3083rdAvo. SE 36S-0511 Ovrr at the Beatly-Beurle Or. Arnold Hcrhst Private ere- m a t, o n committal. I; ricnds ject to power failures from elec- trical storms, would use much in Ihe police station better monitoring. j The alarms throughout the j city arc now monitored by a Kurt R. Stolba, Cedar Rapids; a St. Luke's Nursing Scholarship brother, Edward Means, HainesiFund. Friends may call at City, Fla.; and one grandson. chapel. i ,m'd pro'vidc Harold S. Moore Harold S. Moore, 54, of 1624! Third avenue SE, died Saturday. He was born near Lansing, June 17, 1920, and had lived in Cedar Rapids since 1958. He was em- ployed by the Link-Belt Corp.. and was a veteran of World war II. Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Jim Exworthy, Hopkins, Minn.; Mrs. Clarence Van Brocklin, Minnelonka, Minn.; Mrs. David Hector, Min- neapolis, Minn.; and Mrs. Dan Shirley, St. Paul, Minn.; and a brother, Raymond F. Moore, Cedar Rapids. Services: Burke- Thornburg funeral home in Lansing Tues- day. Burial: St. Joseph's ceme- tery, Lansing. Brady-Kuba fu- and Mrs. Jennetta Anderson, aj'ncral home was in charge of half-brother and half-sister, Charles Josifek and Mrs. Steve Vlcko, all of Cedar Hapids. Services: Tuesday at Riley funeral home, Muscatine; burial at Muscatine. local arrangements. control board in the police sta- tion. When an alarm is trig- gered, a signal is sounded and a I light BOSS on, indicating which alarm was tripped. The system takes a great deal of room and is dependent for power on trans- formers at each alarm site. The proposed modification would replace the board a monitor about two feet on a side with ii digital readout and a printer. When an alarm is tripped, Ihe number of Ihe alarm appears on the readout and a whistle sounds; at the same lime, tho printer prints the address of the building con- taining the alarm and other per- linenl information. In addition, if the alarm was triggered by a button (as would be the case during a robbery when Ihe building was open, for instance) that fact is indicated on the printout. Barnes said it would cost less than lo begin transition to the new system with 101) alarm units. He said the change could be accomplished without using tax money or raising subscriber costs. "We have not used any tax and we do not intend to (Continued from Page 1.) Louis A. Makovsky Louis A. Makovsky, (J2, of 1901 Ninth street SW, died early Monday after a brief illness. He I was born near Cedar Rapids on Jan. 21, 1912, and lived on a farm near Ely until 19G7, when he moved to Cedar Rapids. He was an empjoye of the Smulekoff Furniture Co. and J. S. Cook Co. He was a member of Ihe First Presbyterian church of Ely, and Cedar Rapids Lodge 262 Western Fraternal Life Assn. Surviving arc his wife, Thel- ma, to whom he was married on Nov. 2fl, 1907, in Cedar Rapids, and a stepson, Ivan Bogina, of Haddon Heights, N.J. Services: Wednesday 1.30 p.m. in the Kuba funeral home cast by Ihe Rev. James C. DC Smidt of the First Presbyterian church of Ely. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Ihe Kuba funeral home cast after 7 p.m. Monday. Melvin M. Bender Melvin M. Bender 63, of 3011 Mt. Vernon road SE, died Sun- day. Born in Iowa county Sept. 26, 1911, he lived most of his life in Cedar Rapids. He was a member of All Saints Calholic church, a former employe of the Bender Phillips Elation and was most employed at the Pour House tavern. He was a veteran of World war II and a member of the American Legion. Surviving are three brothers, John and Ray, both of Cedar Rapids, and James, Forl Oodge; three sisters, Agnes Bender, and Trcasa Dunn, both of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Ralph Wagner, Moorland. Services: a.m. Wednes- day at All Saints Calholic church, by the Right Rev. Ed- nund Becker and the Revs, ilartin Laughlin and William jconard. Burial: Mt. Calvary cemetery, with military ser- iccs at the grave by Hanford 3ost American Legion. Rosary: :30 p.m. Tuesday ;it the Tca- icn funeral home where friends nay call from 1 lo 9 p.m. Tucs- Hits Apartments in Northwest C.R. An apparent explosion result- ed in a fire in an apartment building at 224 Twenty-seventh street NW about p.m. Monday. Three fire engines, an aerial unit, and rescue squad were on the scene about an hour fighting the blaze, fire officials said. Preliminary information in- dicated1 a gas-line might have broken, causing the explosion. No one was believed injured. use he told councilmen. He said the monitor could be obtained by a lease-purchase agreement over a three-year period. The council agreed to think over the proposal. Father, Son Die In Race Crashes S1LVERSTONE, England An English industrialist and his son were killed in two racing car accidents 100 miles Ernes' Scragg. 54-year-old tex- tile manufacturer and a one- time racing champion, died when his E-lypc Jaguar spun off the Silverstone racetrack during a test drive. Mis son Philip, was killed n ii highway near Manchester when his Ferrari and another car collided. Pipclini! Visit MOSCOW (AP) The shah Iran flew into Moscow Men- day for what the Soviet press de- scribed as a "friendly business visit." He is expected lo discuss plans for an Iranian-Soviel-West gas pipeline project worth billion. grabbed his hair and threw him to the (sidewalk. According to the complaint Denlinger then proceeded to beat Tessin's head against the side- walk. This, Tessin charged, took place even though he was not accused of any crime. Tessin was not arrested. In both suits, it is alleged Officers Imhoff and Denlinger were acting "pursuant to orders and directives" from Chief LaPetcrs. The two plaintiffs claim they suffered "severe headaches, jreat bodily pain and injury and mental anquish" in addition to humiliation and public scorn. It is charged in the petitions that Borselh and Tessin were deprived of their constitutional freedoms from physical abuse, illegal detention and illegal sei- zure of person, papers and ef- fects. Additionally, Borselh charged violations of his freedom from unlawful arrest and "freedom from persecution and prosecu lion by the filing of spurious civil suils." Imhoii and DenNngcr -were injured in the scuffle on the night of Oct. 24 when a group of 75 to 100 hotel workers' union pickets and sympathiz- ers gathered outside the Hiiiisevelt. Imhoff suffered a cut over hi.- right eye which required seven stitches. Denlinger's face cut. Both were treated and re- leased from St. Luke's that night. Borscth was one of five ar- (Continued from Page 1.) U.S. and Japan can "work to- gether on a global basis." Turning to Ford's first meet- ing with Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev, near Vladivostok next weekend, Kissinger said the two men "between them1 have the capacity to annihilate humanity and may be confronting each other in a crisis, so it is impor- tant that, they understand each other." He added that the two leaders also "have the opportunity to prevent crises and to promote oeace." Kissinger said his talks with Brezhnev in Moscow last month achieved "pretty good progress" toward breaking Ihe impasse in negotiations for a new agreement to curb nuclear weapons. He said there could be more progress in Vladivostok, "maybe on the numbers of weapons lo be allowed, maybe on the approach." "Slightly Belter" "I think (here is a slightly belter than even chance of an agreement in he added. The secretary oE state said substantive matters to be dis- cussed in Tokyo include Japan's role as a world power, stability in the Pacific, international oil problems and such bilaterial topics as trade and agricultural policy. Both American and Japanese diplomats have discounted' the impact of Tanaka's uncertain 'ulure on Ford's visit. They argue that if the premier falls, n's c o n s e r v a t j v e Liberal- rested. He was charged with as- sault and batlery. because he allegedly hit Imhoff. npnlingor claimed he was in- jured when he tried to The strike by the hole! workers began Aug. 1 following xpiralion of a three-year con- trad. It has yet lo be settled. Clark Surprised by Butz 'Switch' on Food Pledge Democratic parly will retain lower and ils pro-American foreign policy will be un- changed. t) It is understood Ford and Tanaka will not have a single private meeting but after cere- will be officials from both sides. Ford's visit will get nation- wide television coverage in Japan, but few of the Japanese millions will get a chance to sec him in person because of the in- tensive security screen. WASHINGTON (DPI) ator Dick Cbrk (D-Iowa) Monday Agriculture Secretary Butz supported a request that Sen-] At a Monday news confer- saidiCnce, Bulz charged that the sen- monial picture-taking joined by other key alors "placed us in the unforlu- MIUMU1 lUU a 1 LUUUM HUU he United Stales pledge an ad-. "atc 'los'llon of dra8S'nf! ollr Marion Man Injured Weekend Mishap 101 Damian L. Parizek, 25, of 1450 ditional million tons of wheat lo nations and was that Butz later Memorial Services Turner, Gcorffc Washington Services Wednesday nl. i.m. at Bethel AMF, church by he Revs. George Moore, Lovell folinson, J.R. Keys, and Lester Burinl: Cedar Memorial vhore military services will be by Miinford post of he Alneriean Legion. Friends nny enll ;it Turner's en: 19 p.m. Tuesday and church from HI ii.m. to I Wednesday. The ensket will not umgry prised nounccd the proposal sis a Dem- ocratic political ploy. Clark said the entire U.S. dele- [iition I'o'lhe World Food Confer- ence lasl week in Rome, inclini- ng Butz, supported the request hat was rejected by President lrord Friday. Clark said lie proposed the additional wheat shipments after "it became clear that the oilier nations of the world feet en food aid when nothing could be further from the truth." He said the request was not partisan at the start, "but it soon became joined on that basis." Earlier, he said the proposal for the additional wheat was a political ploy by (fircc Demo- cratic senators at the confer- ence Clark, Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and Meadowview drive, Marion, was injured Sunday night when his car want down an embankment a n d landed on Milwaukee railroad tracks three miles north of Cedar Rapids on high- way 9-1. Linn deputies reported his southbound car went out of con- Irol, went through a guard post and down Ihe embankment. He was treated at a Cedar Rapids hospital and released. George Dakota. McGovcrn of South JNo charges were filed. fell very badly were looking lo us for some our own people iield us up as initiative, some leadership." fining our Butz said. After some debate amoni; the decision. "I -s- 'tolcRation, Clark said, jill'iink we're doing a (f.ctlnr -JAupitU t unti'llwHs decided lo send a lelegrami slroiigly defended U. S. "EsinVllslietl In 1BB3 bv The Gazette Co. ana ounllstica dally and Sunday at 500 Third avc. SE, Cedor Raulds. Iowa 53406 Second class postaac paid ot Cedar Ranids, lown Subscription rales by carrier 95 cents a week. Qv mail: Nloht Edllloa and Sunday A issues 11. 7i a month, 139.00 a venr At- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 issues 13 B5 a month, 140 00 u vear. Other stulc 1J B5 o month, 140 00 u vear. Other stales Ford renuestin" saying Ihe U. 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