Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Schaben Spending for Campaign af $125,000
DKS MOINES (AIM Democrat, Jim Schaben hat spent more than $125,000 — including $40,(HK) of his own money — in his campaign for governor.
Those figures were in Scha-ben’s quarterly statement of his campaign finance committee filed with the state Friday.
The report shows Schaben has received $128,961 in contributions and loans and has spent $125,484.
More than half the campaign receipts —• $70,936 — came in the last quarter and included all of the $43,300 in loans. Most of that came in the final days before the June 4 primary.
Besides his own $40,000, Schaben received a $3,000 loan from Rod French of Des Moines and $300 from his campaign coor-
$1,410 from French, $1,000 irom James Gregerson of Ute, $1,200 from David Kosenberger of Indianola, and $1,000 from Herald L. Schuman of Oakland.
Schaben also reported receiving $1,768 in donated flying service including flights valued at $1,460 from Irv Langa of New Hampton and $308 from Brown Barr of Des Moines.
Sees OSHA As Hindrance to Experimentation
DES MOINES I EPI) - En-forcement of the Iowa Occupational Safety and Health act (OSHA) could interfere with research and experimentation at the three state universities, according to a recently released dinator, Tom Fitzgerald, Fort report.
Dodge. The report, prepared by safety
In the report, Schaben criticized his opponent, Republican Gov. Robert Ray, for claims that Ray has made no significant cash contributions to his own previous campaigns.
“That means he depended on
officials at Iowa State university, warns, “The academic program is one in which innovation and experimentation are part of the learning process.
“Establishing standards which preclude creativity has the po-
gifts from individuals and spe- tential for undercutting the edu-cial interest groups,’’ Schaben Rational process.” said. “He has never offered to! However, the study by ISU disclose those sources.” Safety and Health Director Em-
Ray has recently said he will cry Sobottka, also notes that a
accept no campaign gifts in ex- student developing a sense of
cess of $1,000. security with particular equip-
Five Gifts m^nt or facilities tends to “take
„ . , , , . . chances, perhaps lacking judg-
as to the potential impi!-cations of misuse.”
To strike the right balance between safety and educational
five campaign gifts of $1 more.
Those include $5,000 from the AFL-ClO’s Committee on Political Education in Des Moines,
experimentation, Sobottka has recommended that the board of regents hire a consultant to in-jspect its institutions and develop guidelines.
Cyclist Hurt In Collision With Two Cars
James M. Damisch, 21. of 3312 Oakland road NE, was in good condition Friday at St. i Luke’s hospital with right leg and ankle injuries suffered Thursday in the collision of the motorcycle he was riding and two cars.
Damisch was injured at 12:09 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of First avenue and Thirty-fourth street E.
The driver of one of the two cars, Anne L. Oakes, 22, of 1241 Thirty-fourth street drive SE, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way.
Police said Damisch was injured when the car driven by Miss Oakes attempted to make a left turn in front of the motorcycle.
After impact, Miss Oakes’ car, struck another vehicle, driven by Marilyn L. Beltran, 45, ofj 1714 Ninth street NW.
AWOL Marine I Held for Bad Checks, Resisting
Clark Witt, 19. of 3834 Lenox avenue NE, was charged Thursday with forgery, resisting arrest and being absent without leave from the marine corps.
Witt was arrested at 6 p.m. Thursday hiding under a bed at his residence, officers said.
Police charged him with cashing several checks in the name of his girlfriend, Angela Walker, who lives at the same address The bogus checks totaled between $1,500 and $2,000, police said
Witt was being held in the county jail without bond.
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Most Crane Foundry Workers on Strike
WASHINGTON (UPI) -About 95 percent of the employes at the Crane Foundry Co. here walked off their jobs Thursday after handing management a list of grievances.
The strike, which did not have union approval, involved just about all of the plant’s 300 workers except for supervisory personnel.
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U. of I. To Ask Greater Latitude I
'Hie U. of I.’s administration; request followed the June ap-
Percy To Speak At Riley Dinner
U.S. Sen. Charles Percy of Illinois, a potential 1976 Republican presidential candidate, will speak in Cedar Rapids Aug. 2 in behalf of the candidacy of State Sen. Tom Riley for Second district congressman.
Riley’s office announced Friday that Percy will deliver the address at a $25-a-plate fund raising dinner at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 2 at the Town House.
IOWA CITY University of Iowa officials are expected to' a k the Board of Regents at its| July meeting to approve a polity statement which would allow the university more latitude in .serving alcoholic beverages.
The proposal would allow the university’s loud service to serve alcohol at the university golf course, art museum, student union and public functions at Rancher auditorium.
Currently, the union’s Wheel Room serves beer. It is the only university facility dispensing alcohol to the public.
Other alcoholic beverages are served at Special functions not generally open to the public.
n Alcohol Policy End Search
provai by the regents of For Man Missing
changes in the Iowa State uni-; i p i u* I versity alcoholic beverages poli-j D06tfVllSh6p
cy. 'The regents allowed the- Dragging operations were fcus-ISU union to serve alcoholic ] pended late Thursday on the beverages in conjunction with Mississippi river near McGre-banquet service and pcrmittcdjgor for the body of Lynn Rut-the extension of wine and beer ledge, 24, Cedar Rapids, hours at the school’s cafeteria. Rutledge has been missing
The U. of I. administrators since late Wednesday when the are not asking for .specific jn which he was riding was
changes, but rather a broad , , . ,, , . ,,
statement allowing Ihe U of I. s,ruck by.anothCT ^ in ,he more freedom to initiate its own Mississippi channel, policy. Also in the boat was a cousin,
Larkin Rutledge, 26, Gutten-Want ad readers are always berg, who was injured in the
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day night and released Thursday.
Authorities said the boat that struck the Rutledge boat, was operated by Dan Gingerich, McGregor. Gingerich and a younger brother took Larkin Rutledge to shore after search for Lynn Rutledge proved to no avail, officials said.
Authorities said whirlpools made dragging operations impossible.
MISSOULA, MONT. - Two Eastern Iowans have been awarded degrees from the University of Montana. They are Howard L. lackey, Marion, and Gary L. Reinitz, Guttenberg.
Martelle Student Honored
CANTON, MO. - Mark Stover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stover of Martelle, ha.; been named to the honor roll at Culver-Stockton college for receiving at least a 3.25 grade-point during the spring semester.
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Chase Ends as Cycle, Squad
Car Collide D°""° Sch»PP Dies
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Six traffic charges were filed . I
early Friday against GregoryL. 5s. Sc^°PP- of
Conner, 25. of 1123 K avenue ;^endalc' Cal,f- a/0!™* Cedar NW. after he led police on a Rapids res;dent- d,«i July 15 of chase with his motorcycle. injuries suffered when *he was
The chase began at' the inter-! th™wn 5rT her borsf Ju'y 7- , section of Third avenue and ,.Mla*;^0PP'the daughter of Sixth street SW. Conner was ar- “f- and J*3" **** had rested when the motorcycle he a“ended Al> KSa,nls ‘-'ementary was riding and a police car achoo‘ ,here b?50re “Wring to collided at Fourteenth avenue sa' '’ w"b ber
and Tenth street SW. ;faren's «*“ J*?/5 a8°- she
Police charged Conner with la£r'"oved to California, attempting to elude, reckless JV.'Vl f'urday
driving, failure to have his vchi- ™rm"S at Sthmi" and Bar,('lt cie under control, operating on hama “ . Wauwatosa,
approach of emergency vehicle, 5,balat0 bc bunad “»• Mary’s
Conner was released from theia"d tb^ sl^?' ^a"na Beau. ion «7nn 1,GU' Cauf. Demce Ophoven and
county jail after posting $700 D,y|e Schopp bo(h £ Wauw8.
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