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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., December 14. 1974  ^, V w,v,y WW    '^vv    >.yv    ... % .....    •    ...v    •    .    .    .    V.    •••  NAtlONM WI ATH!* SfiViCr FOt*CA*T to 7 AM ISI H- « ~ M  COSTON  'NI W YOAK  30.M  DEATHS  Milo Chehak, Pharmacy Founder, Dies  Supervisor Attacked at Convict Home  Injunction Is Asked Against Officer Claim  A night supervisor at Work Release Center,  I 1  ourill avenue Sc,, was beaten _ cUftDDHdf* ft A VC and robbed of $70 early Satur- |[JJnUrrmu DAT J Milo A. ( hehak, 77, of 305  da y  b .. ^q n^n,    ILL    CHRISTMAS  Crescent street SE, a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids and  Jack Rees, 64, route two, Ana mosa, was treated at St. Luke’s hospital for a laceration on his right ear and bruises.  Police said a resident of the  president of the Paramount Pharmacies, died Saturday at  University hospitals in Iowa  City following a brief illness. ,    .    ....  % in,- j* r.u .. house, a community rehabili-A IOU graduate^ the I raver-  ta(lon cen t er  f 0r  convicts, was  ••• OI Iowa college of I*"-stopped bv Rees when he re-I, he founded Security Lab-| hlm L    „. PB    rpnor .  Boy, 14, Listed As Fair After Car Accident  sity rn acy  oratory, the foremnner and now:  Douglas R. Thomsen, 14. of at the Roosevelt hotel Oct. 24  turned after curfew. Rees repor- 209 First avenue, Hiawatha, was, He charged the pair with  a*Tart of ^aramounr'phar i ted,y 3sked the man to take a in fa »r condition at St. Luke's beating him and illegally arrest-a pa,, of laramount Phar | brea(h  , eS[  , 0 determlne  „  ta |    ^    ^L,  him lle asked  jao.ooo  ln   Lawyers for one of two Cedar Thro© Cos©S Bound  Rapids men who have filed Over to Grand Jury ; damage suits in Cedar Rapids  I fedora I court against Police Three persons have appeared (Chief Wallace LaPeters and two rn magistrate’s court and have police officers Friday afternoon been bound over to the grand filed a request for a preliminary jury.  federal court injunction to stop Kenneth Dvorak, no address, a small claims court trial.    waived a preliminary hearing  In November, Carson Borseth Thursday and was bound over filed suit against LaPeters and on a charge of drunk driving. Officer Antone Imhoff, alleging john Kratz and Gene Krotz, his constitutional rights were both of route two, Marion, were violated at a picket line dispute bound over Wednesday following preliminary hearings on charges of possession of controlled substance.  vn we AVHtt jot oc as? ®  * A,N  E&how  NAII  MOW  Snow is forecast for Saturday night for the Great Lakes and vicinity, while some rain will fall over parts of the west Gulf coast and the Great Basin. Elsewhere, generally fair weather is predicted.  The Weather  High temperature* Friday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation :  Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chica eo Denver ..  Duluth Honolulu Houston  Monday at 9, Murdoch’s in Coggon, where friends may call  Board Suspends Certificate of Former Iowan  DES MOINES IAP)  The     y    lf .01 JO    L Anoles Miami    TI SO TS al          JO    03    Min'apolis    34 37    03      40    34 OS    N Orleans    41 31          43    lf    New York    44 41          BIS ”    Phoenix    44 44          Seattle ...    44 4®    .IS      74 M    Washington    54 41    OS     after 7 Sunday. A memorial state board of public instruction  fund has been establisned.    .  Jesup - Susan Stone, 23.  has  '"^finitely suspended the Mason-Hawe’s, Independence, teaching certificate of a former  Independence — Mrs. El- Manson educator who broke his wood Boyd, 84. White s.    L  Postville -    Carolynl    contract.  I Schaffer, 89. Schutte’s.    | One board member said Fri-    v  ____ 37    Elkader — Goldie Hoffman,    day  s b e  was voting to suspend  Low overnight  ..........35     6  ’^pendencr 3 ^Wilma E.     David Luers ’ certificate as an  Noon Saturday ...............36    Connell, 64, Marion, formerly    example to other teachers con-  2 p.m. Saturday .............37    of Independence. Monday atitemplating skipping out on their  Rainfall ........  None    10:30 St. John’s Catholici contracts.  nw-i    io    church. Parish Rosary Sunday    .  Total for December ..........19,     at 3 and wake at 8> Mason .    “Maybe it will make some  Normal for December  1.43 Hawes.    (other    teachers think.” said Jolly  Normal through December 33.18 New Vienna — Martin J. Ha-1 Ann Davidson of Clarinda.  C. R. Weather  High Friday  Milo A. Chehak  had been drinking.  Refused  The resident refused and alle-  internal injuries suffered Friday in a two-car collision.  damages from both men.  Car Recovered  Imhoff had previously filed a  s     .  ,    $1,000    damage suit in small After Chase?  Thomsen was hurt when the L| ni _.    aaninsf    RnrsPth  hAthTno'or Rees ’  knocking    cardriven    by „ his bro,h H r ' Dab; -    «g hi. Borith him    Trial    Driver    Flees  nim to tne door.     16 same     address, and a car  SP heduled for Dec 2.3  The second man, not a resi-  driven by Jefirey T Meyer , 16.  T  ‘     f ^    Marion police are looking for  dent of the center, pulled a tele-     0 f 2257 Chestnut drive NE, col-  n  petition filed Friday nij a man w | 10    Bed  f rom    a    s i 0 | en   phone from the wall when Rees j     lided at    the  intersection of     federal court ’ Borseth s    attor- car af(er a    chase about    7;10   tried to call police. He alleged-, Blairs  Ferry  road and  Council  ney a f ked  that an injunction be  a m  saturday.  t_-       —    Ll    .1    %      «#    #      Al    *    IMMin/i    4 a /lolntf TMlO 4 t<I O I  macies, in 1919. He also was the money and cash from the office, founder of Medical Arts Surgical Supply Co.  issued to delay this trial.  ly grabbed a knife from the  street NE at ’  7 p m  kitchen and demanded Rees’    ,,  oney and cash from the office. | .  f  e  .?  hAQn itqi for injuries to    «  1,tai  “*»  w l,rc   Rees asked the resident who ..  a  . ,  P  .    .    request for Wednesday at 11:30  lo    his right arm and forehead and,  was standing    by watching to , Meyer was also treat- ;   a m   rtop the man.    The wadem re-     cd f#r a head injury at  ^  hos .   — -  pital and released.    WHIS16 T H e cl u S  Police said the stolen car was  U.S. Magistrate James spited  and a S q Uad car  g aV e Hodges set a hearing on the  Mr Chehak was a charter member of the American Col-fused to intervene, police said lege of Apothecaries and was a    Kicked    Him  member of the Linn county,  Iowa and American Phar- After kicking    Rees several    ink an illegal turn. Police  maceutical Assns and of the times, the man    allegedly took    the Meyer car turned in front of  American Surgical Trade Assn. ;about fifty cents    from his poc-    the Thomsen car as they were     (he    of    Com   Meyer was charged with mak-  He was a member of First  ke ' s and ab ? ut $7 \' rom a f,le  Presbyterian church, MI. Her-' cabmet - Bath men then Bed. mon lodge, AF and AM; Cedar , Rees, after lying on the floor Rapids Consistory. El Kahir  tor a  while, made his way to a Shrine, Elks club, Pickwick i  sec0 , nd  floor room where he  approaching from opposite directions on Blairs Ferry road.  chase. The driver drove south from the city to the Squaw Creek golf course. The vehicle went through a fence and into Squaw creek and incurred extensive damage.  The driver fled from the scene  _,    .    '    . . land eluded police and Linn  Ed Whisjer was named cha, r -jco U „ty  shcri (fs  deputies  „ho  searched the area until 9:45  Judge Refuses  onnne, xmas ciuu, ricftvtii:n i    „    _    ■    ^  club, Cedar Rapids Country |  aw ? ,te a re?1(1(M1? who  called po reed burge Ty  club    and    Rotary    club and    had    ^5®*    .    ... ..    .    ..     r     nf    J    I  been    on    the    Camp    Wapsie-Y    The man    who    did the    beating) p or     Defendant  apparently    had    served a jail  sentence under    Rees about 15    NEW YORK    (AP)    —    A state,  I s u p r e rn e court justice has j They quoted the man as say-  turned down a  request  ing he had wanted to do  1  J 1 ® 1  j Queens authorities to force a members, ever since Rees “put him in the *     1   hole”.  Total for 1974 ............. 39 40 gemann. infant son of Mr  Barometer, falling 30.11  and  It was the first time in at  Mrs. Julius Hagemann. Private!  mmo/  .services were held Saturday at least ten years a state teaching Humidity at noon ..........Kramer’*    in    Dyersville.    Burial    I    certificate has been lifted be  hind direction and velocity at vienna. ° ni Ut cimot( - ry > cause a teacher didn’t honor a  2 p.m., E at 13 mph.  Sun rises Sunday, 7:28; sun sets, 4:36.  U.S. Ruling Aids Year Ago Today - High, sa. Banks’ Planned  low, 42: precipitation. JO.     #   Computer Paying  Traveler's Forecast  Munday  contract.  The suspension will have little (effect on Luers, however, be-  I cause he has left teaching for    a.m."    Monday7    Burial:  an agri-business position  Platte Center, Neb.    j ca j|     at     Tu rner    ea st    after    I    p.m.  board.  Bom in Cedar Rapids July 28,,    „     sajd   1897. he was married to Ruth    r PV ,„.. * .LCj  Bryan April 15, 1968, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was a veteran of World war I.  Surviving in addition to his wife are a son. John, of Cedar Rapids; two daughters, Mrs.  Willis E. Lamb, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Richard F. Donahue,  Colorado Springs, and five grandchildren.  Services: Turner chapel east  merce’s international trade bureau at the group’s annual meeting. Tom Juracek was picked as program chairman.  New directors include Robert Gilliatt, Karel Zachar and W h i s I e r . Holdover board members are Gaylen Hafar. Don MacKay, Robert Wood and Juracek.  Gordon Fennell and Sid Myers by j w e r e made honorary’  a.m.  The car had been stolen earlier from Cedar Rapids.  Ohio Recount Is Called Off  1-380—  (Continued from Page I.)  sibility study, but that the approval was never given.  man to undergo surgical removal of a bullet for possible evidence in the murder of a police lieutenant.  Beer Gans Used To Break Windows  COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -Democratic Governor John Gil-lYfg ligan has called off a recount of gubernatorial ballots after nearly complete returns showed former Republican Gov. James I Rhodes’ 11.414-vote victory margin holding steady.  I* Gilligan’s press secretary, Robert Tenenbaum, conceded   T , h .T  A r r     ,  Two ,nC,d l n,s of .™  1C1 ° US , Friday that it was -evident that  Thursday that to force, J*n damage on the northeast s‘de  thcl . e '  wi!I  ^  no significant   Smith. 26. to go through the caused by beer cans hurled at  th jn  , he rosults  „  operation would be unconstitu-  At a Sept. 30 meeting of the I tional and “offensive to fair  in I Cedar Memorial Friends mav  regional  P ,annin « « rou P pur- play and decency and the Amer-'    ^    portedly approving the route ican way of life.”         Weather,    lli-Ln      Bismarck    . Cloudy 23-10      Chicago        39-25      Cincinnati ..          Cleveland        36-29      Des Moines        30-20      Detroit .....        34-27      Indianapolis        39-28      Kansas City    Snow    32-22      Milwaukee    Snow    34-20      Minneapolis        31-25      Omaha        34-13      St. Louis . .    Snow’    38-24      Sioux Falls    Snow    30-20      Degree D*ys          Friday        .. 33      Total to date        2,039      Through Dec. 13. 1973 ...    .1.697      Percent of normal year .    . 30.6      3  O  rn  2  a    year    6.631     only 14 persons were present He also said removal of the and voting, according to the pe-; bullet would “constitute a major tition. It went on to say that on intrusion into the body of the Oct. 28 the chairman noted and respondent that would involve  u’AcuTMPTrw' ADI a i  H(? W3S a vocational  agricu I- j Sunday and until    IO am. Mon-  • w i j • ■ * * A™ 1 ' Jure instructor at Manson high! day. The casket    will not be  mg by the administrator of the  sc hool when he resigned March opened after the    service. The  national banks has given a boost 29, effective two days later, to family suggests that friends,    ,    ..    .    .    .    _  to plans by some banks to in-  accept the  Nebraska position, may ‘if they wish    contribute to:™ 1 ** 1    that    the    vote    was vo,d    andi trauma    and pain and a possible  stall computer terminals that  His contract  with the school dis- the charity of their    choice    “    contravention    of    the    by-laws    risk    of life.”  will enable shoppers to charge (net ran through June 30.    “    ‘    ‘  purchases to their checking ac-; _  counts instantaneously.    I ii I • J •  Comptroller of the Currency j 14 Injured in  James Smith ruled Thursday rs •«     r-»  and other locations: L/OrmitOry rire  windows were reported early Saturday to police.    V s L    C*l J •  Edgar Joyner, an engineer at Charge riled in  that stores  for the so-called Customer Bsmkl Communications I  WILMINGTON, Del. (AP)  Mrs. Charles Breedy  Lois Cecil Bready, 86. widow of Dr. Charles J. Bready and a Cedar Rapids resident 36 years, died Friday in a Cedar Rapids  Kennedy high    school, reported    r I in I •  at 12 50 a rn.    Saturday    a win-!    ^CnOO I urea Kin  dow at the building was broken  A  a   u    u  by a beer can.    Damage    was es-     Fr  A . 14 ' >ca , r  i ; old   K  bo - v  » a s charged  timaifri at SM     Frida >' "‘th a breakin last    Sat-  David Nicholas, 2357 Aspen  u , rda >'  al  . Polk scho01 ' ™ ,aen,h  lane NE. reported at 12:52 a rn    ^J,* V  m  enue  * n   I of the commission.    Smith    was    arrested last June Saturday a thermopane picture I .  th „  w      uere   The by-laws require that a 20 when he sought medical at- window at his residence was ( p     .    .    vnmh^ailAooW  majority of the 31 members ap- tention for a bullet wound of his;broken by a beer can. Nicholas .    •     3     J  prove such a plan,    according to    [eft shoulder shorUy after Ll j estimated the    damage at    $100.    ^     n     JP  the petition.    Henry Schmiemann was shot    *    *    *  In spite of this,    the highway    dead on a Queens .street near!   Tcrm ' naks  An early morning fire in a dor-     Her    hus , band     „     bad   mined number of lunch tickets  Police received a report Fri- .    .    “    .     3   commission has accepted the his home. Detectives theorized j day of a broken door window at I _._ m c 8551,001115 an the  caiete-  Sept. 30 vote as valid and will that he was accosted by an!the Second avenue entrance to  ria.  (CBCTs) need not be considered ^    *     Brandvwine    co t lec '    served    as    minister    of    St.    Paul’s    certify    it    to    the    federal    highway !  armed robber while on his way city hall.  Kronr4sae a1 Knrhc    ■    * c o    ,    f    _     I'    ,     u     I_a_____I.____ I____I in u'Arlr at tvaIiao haorlmiarfare    Tho    che  •xml    j    ~     (     I sent at least 14 students and one  IAS? ,,1^,,    fireman    to    urea    hospitals    for  Methodist church.  Mrs. Bready was bom April 3,  administration unless ordered i to work at police headquarters. The shattered window was val-not to do so, the plaintiffs claim. I Because Schmiemann fired utd at $100. police said.  The investigation is continuing, police said.  :    treatment    of    injuries.'inching >888 in VesUburg. Mich. She __The^plaintiffs are March C|« «  fires  cy. If the terminals had been declared bank branches, the  ■branches.H  2:35 p.m. Friday Mutual aid  banks w0u i d  ^ required to seek  to West Bertram fire depart-     .    .  .  ment at Orchard trailer court f^ rmisslon  from regulators to  set up or dismantle the termi-  two girls who jumped from a was a third-story window.    United  member of St. Paul’s;and Shirley L. Goldie, James W Methodist church and and Zeta M. Koenig, Cetus J.  fore he died. authorities believe he might have wounded his as-  Man Charged with  UsookLwoman it Delaware    Mary    L    Conrad:    Warren    L.!»«*»• and therefore petitioned Tape Player Theft  Divis^m tmspduT^said the fir”  member ot cba P ,ar F0 of  PEO. and Karen K Hobbs, and Ron- the court for permission to have  lxK)nard Guy  Bowen. 18. of 705  ^    tvun-.    unl.tU    Irk    nin P onH Ina  SE.  8:52 a.m. Saturday. Short in nals. wirinf at 427 First street SE. Smith  V« « a a ,r^or, S ‘ tUrday '    jthat -even though a  cautioned.  man and six students were Tuesday Noon Study dub..Asarite R. and Jean A. Lewis, being treated there for smoke ^ ey  chapter of DAR and Daugh-    3    j be     regional    plan-  however    I inhalation, and two girls    were! ters  °f ^    American Colonias.     n j ng  group bad asked    for fur-  .UU, eve, Uiuutp, a CWT is    ^‘"8     for  P° sslble     , in ju-    “'sisC' vj? S 'T' t lf"  not a hraneh  P AmntrnHpr     r,es  suffered in a jump    from    Muscatine,    a sister, Vera .v     rou jes but highway commis-  Iowa Deaths    possesses    regulatory authority  ,h ' rd . fl “° r . “ b,dow  ..f be added  ^TnndcWldren.     spokesmen    said     “     intfDd '  North Enclish — David Lee which can be exercised to limit beloved the gir.s are in     ed    10   Sc and ridge,    33.    Monday    at    rgcTs to insure the v^winH do    good shape ”    Services:    Turner chapel east    through Hiawatha if    federal  Powell     MCth0diSt    ChurCh  ivelopment of the banking svs-    Brandywine college    vice-    at I f pin    !Monday by Dr Ar-    approval is given.  Keota — Lulu Randolph, 97 tem.” But he said that authority president Bernard Daney said o old Her ^J t<  Entombment  ' the fire started in a third-floor 1 Chapel of Memories.  Lippmann—  (Continued from Page I.)  “He camps neither with the liberals nor the conservatives.”  the bullet removed from Smith    Fifth Avenue” SE wi "chanted    LiPPmann once    gave this credo:  for a ballistics test.    Friday with grand shoplifting in'"^  After hts arrest, Smith  was  the theft of a tape player. j lightened American is conserv a  Bowen was arrested at 4:45 p.m. Friday by a security guard ..men sun ■> imn.u,-    .     >  J  0Ung    H<!    at  Target store. 4501 First fie explained: -This consertal    Jhe    hiXTv     was  sentenced to up to 20 years     avenue SE a ,  he a|| ed , y .  a( .    vative who is    a liberal is a  un    ne    oigeway    |, n preon  on that charge but has     lemptf< i t 0  | ca ve without paving    progressive because he must  no: been chained in the murder     (or  , a p i aver  valued at 837.    " orl1  and live,    he must govern  aT    VAAIt    AA    I    I    Al    ltAMnn#    M    *    W  charged and later convicted after trial of robbing and assaulting a young woman He  tive and sive.”  liberal and progres-  of the police lieutenant.  Sunday at 2, Powell’s.    should be used sparingly.  Calmar — Edward C. Meyer,  90.    Monday at    1:30, Calmar;     s ,„„     n , i  Methodist church. Visitation at    Seven Die in Fire  French’s after 2 Sunday. j LONDON (UPI) — Fire swept   00  Dy * art  7~ Albert J Kosnar. | through a hotel Friday, killing 82.    Tuesday at    I, Overtons.    .    ^    ,    j.    I  Military rites at graveside. WVCn persons, incliKling a fire-  Cotfon — Carl O. Hill, 86 man. and injuring 18  Friends  wing of Concord hall, where 75  ma >'  cal1 at  Turner east until I 'Hiawatha west students lived He said the P m  Monday Th? casket will  not be opened after the service.  The route favored by the high-1    -  way commission goes through p 0 ,, r 4. Rplpr+c of highway 150.i^ OUrT   vices.  cause was unknown.  Within the city it would be ele- McCord AoDea vated on a 22-foot embankment    '    '  Mrs. Smiih Drives To Rebuild G.O.P. Image  Woman Loses Dispute; Also  Engine—  (Continued from Page I.)  EPA® findings in a later ap-i^fse and $72 pearance before the committee, j He noted that engines can be Anne Ilbor, 1313 Oakland road  and its east edge would occupy land which now is  WASHINGTON (UPI) - The I p 'N nj a railroad IU. S. circuit court of appeals wllllTy Tied  right-of-way.    {Thursday    unanimously    upheld    WASHINGTON    (UPI)  The route favored by Hi»|the conviction clI James McCord , r< camFaign  committee^^ for die,',herV V7hree'''>'eai : s''with  f at n a    Anlrs    I'titm/’vo    ttmcf    Tai*    Hit*    caIa    im    I    Ka    I    fr/H    ll    a1    av,    *    ®  Bowen was released to the  an( f debate in the world as it is custody of community court ser- ' n  his own time and as it is  going to become.”  Lippmann was bom in New York Sept. 23. 1889, to a wealthy family of German-Jewish descent. Privately schooled in New York, he entered Harvard A in 1906 and completed his stu-  Inouye Backers  Watha residents swings west- for his role in the 1972 Water ward before it reaches the Hia- gate bugging and breakin.  Watha city limits and then McCord was sentenced to  Sen. Inouye (D-Hawaii), a Bbl Beta Kappa honors, member of the senate Water- He is survived by his wife, the gate committee, pled guilty Fri- former Helen Byrne Armstrong,  WASHINGTON (UPI) - Re- We must do a better job of hance. Thus, a car tuned for top had pelted it with snowballs, publican National Chairman seeing ourselves.”    {mileage    might    have poor accel-; Mrs. Ilbor told police that  Mary Louise Smith says Pres-  nc nuica iran engines can dc    — curves northwestward to con- from one to five years in prison ^ YI „VI*    I    • y ‘ n ;    J*  tuned rn various way., depend-  N E,  ttas $ '^" r b  ^  a  nect with highway 150 near but has served none of it pend- Shuttan     3     a     mar "    '  mg on what aspect of perform-  she  apparently stopped her  car ;r enter  p oint     me    the    outcome    of    hi^    tnbution.    1    9    38.    A    previous    marriage  ance the tuner wanted to en- f° reprimand four youths whoj_  er  J_____mg    the    outcome    of    his    appeal.    ^  s     judge    George    ended    in    divorce.  Minority Enrollment Guidelines Expected  Hart said the violation was technical and suspended sentence    Wilson    Ailing  Mrs Smith said she had ob-  erat, on and pollution control when she left the car the boys,I * '' 111    11     Y    vihuvhi    iThe maximum penalty for the LONDON (UPI) — Prime  .tained approval from the while one tuned for the best I aged about 14 or 15. tried to get ^    • I /•    r    ii    misdemeanor    is    a    $1,000    fine. Minister Wilson has canceled all  ident Ford holds the key to the  partv - s execu (j ve  ^ oup t0 dou . pollution control might have a large dog to attack her.    KyUIQelineS CXDeC/GGf    Assistant    Watergate    Proser-    engagements    for    three    days bi-  future of the C O P.    hie ‘ the Republican national P°° r     and    acceleration.    Mrs    liber    said sbe knocked at  T     *    tor Thomas McBride said the  cause 0 f  a  viral infection.  Launching a major effort to committee budget from $6.5 mil- he said.    the    doors    of    four houses and ^ MOI NEIS (IPI) — A quirement. And the recommen- comrnittee failed to report ei- • _    ^    —    ——  build a new party image, Mrs. hon this year to more than $12    GM    Drivers    found    no    one    homo, but finally!*** 1  desegregation advisory dation is .stricter than either Aer the receipt or the return of *hf    Anpirf*  Smith said Friday the fate of  mi,llon ,n 1975 t0    for     He    claimed    EPA retuned its  found 3 man at 3 n€arby church    is „ eXp ! c . te ,    I^ 3 ,     0r  :J  Sl3te     ^ ,deunes    Wlth     ^    ??!  Republican candidates in 1976  cars depending on which test was to be run while refusing to,  bree engineers to Mrs  tests on the La Force car w ere conducted by GM test drivers. He said GM refused to let the  the presidential elections.  ,    A    $150,000    contract has been    ™  m  _  njn   will hinge on how well P ord j signed with a national public re* ’ a iiow the LaF< does in the White House, partic-Nations firm to launch the ularly in dealing    with inflation! image-building.    An additional  and recession.    $15 million has    been budgeted  “Performance    — problem-; for advertising.  solving - is the key,” she told a     p     seminars  news conference     rarly  ** m nari   She denied that the plans in- Comeback plans include party eluded a hard-sell advertising seminars next    spring and a    BaEorce camp    drive the vehicle  scheme. “This is    not a phony, j massive voter registration drive     on    lts    test    traclt -  artificial, PH    (public    relations)     in  the fall to test the success.  hustle,”    she    said.    “It    is    not     Mrs -  SlTlit h saw no need to    ll C    Romania  designed to substitute shadow|change the parly position on     w     "  for substance. It is designed to issues, determine where goes    the    party 1  “I  n °t    think we have to  from here.”    {Change    what    we stand for,” she  said "We are positioned cor-    S and    Romania    announced    Sat-  rectly on Republican principles,    urday    they had    signed accords  “All the PR programs in the    We are not saying it    right.    for cooperation and    exchange in  world have very little value    “I think we have    a negative    culture, education,    science and  unless they attract people to the    image to overcome.    We have to    technology — the    first agree-  party. To do this, we have to    tell the story as we    see it. Tell    ments of any kind    between the  generate interest in the party, jour story our way.”    (two governments.  to escort her back to her car. 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