Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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William J. McDonough
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Snow is forecast for Friday night in North Dakota and Minnesota, turning to rain and extending to the upper Great Lakes. Rain is expected from West Virginia through central Now York and southern New England. Chance of showers over the central Plains and parts
of the southwest.
High temperature Thursday, low tem perjures overnight and inches of pre
Anchoraq* 43 34 .04 L. Angeles 43 57 .04
Atlanta ll 54 Miami
Bismarck 41 31 .54 Min'apolis 44 54 .54
Chicago ..7« ut N. Orleans 13 47
Denver 54 33 New York 70 59
Duluth 51 37 1.11 Phoenix .. *7 S3
Honolulu 87 75 Statue 51 43
Houston 81 73 1.47 Washington OO 55
and Lois Bullinga. Larry Lewis and Catherine Ann Petersen. Carmen C. and James N. Schutzman, Michael Wayne and 79 73 !o4 I Debra Lynne Wise. Sue Ellen and Damian L. Parizek. Judith Ann and Ronald Gene Franks.
Extended Forecast — Mostly n:13
fair Sunday and Monday becom- lance call behind 300 ing partly cloudy with a chance avenue SE.
Of rain Monday night and Tues- SSSuS'-JSSi
day. Highs in 60s. Lows, upper truck behind 1424 B avenue
30s to mid 40s. NE.
1 3:15 p.m. Thursday. Back-
C. R. Weather fire through carburetor in front
Hieh Thursday 70 of 406 Twenty-first street NE.
iiign nursoay ............rn 3;52 p m Thursday 0ver.
1 .ow overnight ...............54 heated compressor at 1700
Noon Friday ................ 64 Twentieth street NW.
2 pm 65; 6:12 p.m. Thursday. Needless
Precipitation .........0.07 "J1 at 1620 Park Towne Place
7:02 p.m. Thursday. Nuisance call at Fourth street and M av-
Total for November None
Normal for November 2.36
Normal through November 31.75 jenue NW.
Total for 1974 ............. 41.29 7:28 p.m. Thursday Nuisance
Barometer, rising .........30 OI f*11 at Waveland^ drive and
Humidity at noon ........ 68%
Wind direction and velocity at 2 p m S at 9 mph.
Sun rises Saturday, 6:40; sun sets, 5.
Year Ago Today — High, 42; low, 39; rainfall, trace.
Bismarck ....... Snow 37-26
Chicago PtCldy 65-41
Cleveland PtCldy 61-40
Des Moines..... PtCldy 57-44
Detroit .........Cloudy 56-38
Kansas City.....PtCldy 72-50
Milwaukee Pt Cloudy 63-38 Mpls.-St. Paul ..Cloudy 49-35
Omaha PtCldy 64-36
St. Louis........PtCldy 72-50
Sioux Falls Cloudy 45-32
Dr. J. H. DeYarman,
C. R. Dentist Dies William Joseph McDonough,
Dr. James H. DeYarman, 51, 44, of 617 Ingleside drive SW, in ,ho sho<)ting had been thrown
shock while waiting for police to
The teacher said the gun used
The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri., November I, 1974 3
Total to date ......655
Through October 31, 1974 ..367 Percent of normal year ... 9.87 Total normal year ......6,631
(Flood stages in brackets)
Lacrosse (12) 5.1, fall .1 Lansing (18) 7.9, no change Dam 9 (18) 12.9, no change McGregor (18) 7 2, rise .3 Guttenberg (15) 4.5, rise .3 Dubuque (17) 7.8, rise .3 Davenport (15) 4.6, rise .5 Keokuk (16) 2.9, rise .3
Westwood drive NW.
7:38 p.m. Thursday, sance call at Fifth street and K avenue NW.
9:40 p.m. Thursday. Cause under investigation at 274 Jacolyn drive NW.
9:50 p.m. Thursday. Short in television set at 2025 D street SW.
11:15 p.m. Thursday. Cause under investigation at 2621 Worthington drive SW.
12.20 a m. Friday Nuisance t all at Eighth avenue and Thirteenth street SW.
12:33 a.m. Friday. Nuisance call at B avenue and Eighth street NW.
12:49 a.m. Friday. Nuisance call at D avenue and Eleventh street NW.
1:35 am. Friday. Nuisance call at Thirtieth street and G avenue NE.
1:56 a.m. Friday. Nuisance call in 2200 block of First avenue NW.
Cathy Ann Hastings, 849 Fif-te e n t h street SE. Debts: $3,817.87. Assets: $100, with all claimed as exempt.
Gary Leroy and Bonnie Rae Bothwell, 210 Ninth street NW. Both listed debts of $5,064.66 and assets of $1,625, with none claimed as exempt.
Gregory Outlaw, 1324 3 avenue NE. Debts: $9,941. Assets: $3,250, with none claimed as exempt.
Richard C. and Cleo E. Lud-vik, Strawberry Point. Both listed debts of $26,038.77 and assets of $441.50 with all claimed as exempt.
Richard Earl Griesel, Waterloo, doing business as Wente Professional Photography. Debts: $36,473.27. Assets
$9,650 with $6,650 claimed as exempt.
Robert Dean Youngblut. Waterloo, doing business as Youngblut’s Used Cars. Debts: $29,134.48. Assets: $3,100.
with all claimed as exempt.
Marion James Foley, Rolling Homes Manor, and Lois Imo-gene Foley, 1007 Thirteenth street NW. Both listed debts of S32,953.27 and assets of . $9,755 with $2,235 claimed as I exempt.
Central City — Beverly Bcbc Butterfield, 38, Denver, Colo. Graveside cremation memorial service Sunday at 2, Oak Hill. Murdoch’s.
Oelwein — Louise Master-pole, 88. Hintz’.
Strawberry Point — Katie Halstead, 76. Saturday at 1:30, Immanuel Lutheran church. Feeney’s.
Elgin — Bertha Lehman, 93. Sunday at 2, St. Paul United Methodist church, Muehle-thaler’s.
Dyersville — Felix Ober-broeckling, 83. Kramer’s.
Toledo — Ella Harvey, 92. Henderson’s.
Sigourney — Edna Mae Her-manstorfer, 70. Saturday at 2, Holm’s.
Dysart — Hazel Reed, 59. Monday at 10:30, Trinity United Methodist church. Overton’s. Mt. Vernon — Mrs. Wcs
cf 4525 Mt. Vernon road SE, a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids and a practicing dentist, died in a local hospital Thursday, following a long illness. He was bom Dec. 18, 1922, in Cedar Rapids and was married to Mary Bolick on May 24, 1947, in Ottumwa.
Dr. DeYarman was an army veteran of World war II and retired from the air force as a major following the Korean war. He was a member of the First Presbyterian church, Delta Sigma Delta Dental fraternity, Cedar Rapids Country club and the Iowa State Dental Society and American Dental Society. He was past president of the Linn County Dental Society and also was past president of the Executives club. He took his pre-dental schooling at Coe college and was a graduate of the University of Iowa dental school.
Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons, Dr. Kent H. DeYarman, Kansas City, Kan., and Kerry A. DeYarman, of Boulder, Colo, and his father, Dr. Lester DeYarman, Cedar Rapids.
Services : Turner chapel east
died Friday. on the grass outside the school.,
Horn Nov. 12. 1921), in St llc sai<! 11 aPF«arod to be a .38 CulVer-btanley
Paul, Minn., he had lived in cadtK‘r pistol.
Cedar Rapids since 1984 He The sho°ting reportedly took
was area manager of Holman Place at about the time the ™n Erection Co. and was a member would normally start work.
of Local 512 Iron Workers ol Sc'ho°l "fficials said lhey did Minneapolis, He was a well
known Iowa stock car driver. i vo*ve<i a work-related dispute or
Exchange Barbs In Senate Race
Surviving are two sons, Tim a Personal matter
mentioning Riley and Whitford by name.
A former teacher in Dubuque, Blouin said he would work to Congressman John Culver,'change the seniority system in Cedar Rapids Democrat, and congress if elected.
1 ‘State Rep. David Stanley, Mus-| He dealt at length with what catine Republican, exchanged he said was the advantage in-
and William, both of Cedar Rapids; one daughter, Christine A., Cedar Rapids; his mother, Mrs. Louis Andres, Faribault. Minn.; a brother, John, Fort Meyers, Fla. and one grand daughter. He previously was married to Sandra McDonough
barbs Friday in their quest for I the U.S. senate seat being vacated by Sen. Harold Hughes. Lorin Oxley, Pella, third man
cumbents have against non-incumbents trying to win election to congress.
He said 97 percent of the bi
nomially Friday afternoon Activities scheduled for
Services and burial will be day evening were being Monday in Faribault, Minn., with the Kohl funeral home in charge of arrangements.
Friends may call at the Tea-1 food hen funeral home, Cedar
Rapids, from noon to 9 p.m. Saturday.
Friends may, if they wish, donate to the Heart Assn.
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Some students also heard the shots, school officials said, and the student body was aware of
the incident. ,in the race as the American cumbents who ran for office in
Classes were continuingjparty candidate, deplored the 1972 were re-elected. He told of
recent U.N. day tor Iowa youth their built-in advantages of staff at the statehouse in Des Moines, personnel, free mailing and tele-Stanley, speaking in Sioux phone services.
City, stepped up his campaign-, Bioujn outlined the cost of long demand that Culver dis- radj0( television, newspaper and close the full extent of pressure Pinboard advertising for can-group efforts to get him into the and said his campaign
1 s senate. phone bill is running up to $2,000
Later, at Boone, Stanley a month charged Culver with trying “to ]ncumben,s have the take away the freedom of , . .. ^ ^ fmd
Iowans to choose whether or not age’1“J
“ easier to raise money than to join a labor onion. inon-incumbents.
celed, and will be re-scheduled for another time.
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reap unjust enrichment at the expense of everyone else,” Simon said in discussing the administration plans at a National Press Club luncheon.
Simon said he was concerned that farm prices have been falling generally while consumer food prices have been increasing. He said the administra-
will not be opened at any time. . Educational Broadcasting Ji Sr . **
Tho family siiptrrsb; that friends Educational Brogue asting ordered public hearings on
the tangly sugg^ts at I ie d. networi< and the University of sugar w\ces bv the Council of may, if they wtfh, contribute to w ’ . . „„Vn suear prices Dy me vanmen rn
the American Cancer Society Northern Iowa s KHKP.-P M. wage and Price Stability, tne American Lancer soc cly. ( p0ij0wing the tower tragedy
Culver, he said, voted to repeal section 14B of the Taft-Hartley bill which permits states to enact right-to-work
Meanwhile, in Keokuk, Culver said Stanley’s admission he
* i CAJ * .« .height. It has a built-in 21-foot
at 1:30 p m. Saturday by the|de(|ec,ion factor for wjnds.
Rey. John Show. Burial: Oak s Anlennas
“ also wiU supp0rl ant*nnaS *>'» efforts will begin with the toter at l umen east. I he casket f krin.tv, channel 32, of the suear industrv and ?hat had
will not be opened at any time. rd,^linna] “ ,a . , „ ., , „
would vote for President Fords proposed 5 percent surtax under certain conditions “is further in-n , , vrnr tv *n making his remarks about dication of David Stanley’s de-
John T Youna !°n J’ ?* ♦ I ! lf*middlemen, Butz said he didn’t votion to a pamper-the-rich and jonn i. i oung _ _ moved its transmission site to *
That’s why he favors a matching concept of financing campaigns, with candidates raising a set amount entitled to public funds, from income tax checkoffs, to help meet expenses, he told the students.
The death Wednesday of John ds former I MMM*tower lust want "* ,ood «*«■»,0 turn P™sh-the-poor philosophy.”
ruman Yoimn 71 of 305 „ , ‘"to a finger-pointing session.; “It’s not the surcharge itself,
Young 71, OI JUD north of Hiawatha. The shorter. . h„„„ ._ lt,c lh„ ,h„, k
Twenty sccond street NE, has ZZ Md*.JSm" and €nC°Uraged 3 Cha"ge lhC “’ 0ffer,
been ruled a suicide TZ “ ”e climate of food-price debales' |?vc’ ’ "t r “ ToS
“Assess Blame” have Mtle ,mPact 0,1 nch
erage area, particularly in Mr. Young was born Aug. 5, northern afd western portions
I or big corporations; the people But Susan DeMarco, codirect it would hurt are middle-class
1903, at Mechanicsville. He was 0f eaSfern iowa.
cSlJ^tatods^H Elotaf'ort! ,Sre„VieVVr lf ,h° ,or of ,hc Private Agribusiness'taxpayers who are already hurt
Cedar Rapids to H. Eloise Get of the H,awatha tower found it Accountability Project, told her ing badly from the deadly com
Mr Vounp was n suDervisor n<’< essary 10 insJal1 chann<>1 9 fellow panalists, “We’ve been bination of high prices and hard
Mr Young was a jupervisor traps on thelr scts t0 eliminate asked ,0 ^ek solutions, not to times ”
for the Quaker Oats Co.for-IT interference with the channel 7 assess b,amc. Well, we cant n . , . v„,.
rr T3LL " , ,rr. wa,erl00f ,Th0Se have the first without the sec- V°“
He attended the University of now should be removed to pro- ond
Northern Iowa, and had played vjde maximum reception from _
baseball for many years for the ^ new tower. m ■
Quaker Oats team in the M and Because of technology devel- Ford—
IJ league. opments since the first tower (Continued from Page I.)
..He was a member of the Cen- was bunt, it is anticipated that _Pfim_n# -I.—uirrr tral Park Presbyterian church, tbe new channel 9 signal will be ®rn"ient Pur( h st s of groun,
Senior Men s Christian club. and ™nn< beef for use in the National
the Goodfellows club.
..Surviving are his wife, two
more efficient than the previous one.
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Culver also replied to Stanley’s criticism of his vote for a $14 million appropriation for a railroad grade crossing at Hammond, Ind.
“Is Stanley implying he would vote against every public works appropriation that wasn’t for Iowa?” Culver asked.
“You judge the ma r rs on their merits, not on their loc a
School Lunch Program.
Ford said that “at times, farmers have been unfairly crir
cause f<XK*jtk>n. I hope Congressman Mad
den of Indiana is not having to
But, he said, “Farmers are answer criticism by his oppo-
daughters, Mrs. Ramsey Decker, Marion; Deborah Sue Young, Des Moines; a son, John
T. Young, jr., Marion; two
grandchildren; a brother, Max pljed Asst Specia, prosecuU)r more likely the victims of infla- nent because he voted for a $14
A. Young. Cedar Rapids and John Sale lion than its cause.” And, he million flood wall for Dubuque.”
two sisters, Gladys Mahrmg. . tn .iahnrat. said, “by their efficiency and) _
Cedar Rapids, and Bertha Leeh- 1 1 ’ .ever-increasing productivity ^.1 .j i
they are the front line shock Whitford Criticizes
Riley Sets Final
State Sen. Tom Riley has scheduled a final campaign tour through the Second district for Saturday and Monday, his campaign office announced Friday.
Riley, Republican candidate for Second district congressman, and volunteer workers will use a motor home to travel.
The Saturday schedule calls for a 9:30 a.m. stop in Manchester, IO at Strawberry Point, ll at Oelwein, noon at Fayette, 12:45 at West Union, 1:45 at Calmar, 2:30 at Decorah, 3:30 at Waukon, 4:30 at Postville, 5:15 at Monona and 6:15 at Elkader.
Monday’s schedule: 9:30 at Maquoketa, ll at Bellevue, 12:45 at Epworth, 1:45 at Farley, 2:45 at Dyersville. 4 at Cascade, 5 at Monticello and 6:15 at Anamosa.
Riley toured Clinton and Cedar counties Thursday.
va,, at SecondidaayvenN,oSi:„CdlC-f- 83. Saturday at 8:30,
troops who are staving off what might be an even more serious
round of inflation..
at C.R. (13) 3.57,
Pool level Friday ..... 683.44
Births — St. Lulie s
Ort. 30 Mr. and Mrs.
Gary looney, 1123 Third avenue SW, a daughter.
Ort. 31 — Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin Faber, 1566 Linmar drive NE, a daughter.
Births — Mercy
Oct. 31 — To the families of Gary Kruse, Center Point, aj^entr son; William Smith, 852 Cam-
bum court SE, a son.
Thirty-fifth street drive SE.
4:34 a m. Friday. Short in electrical fixture at 325 First avenue SE.
Speeding — Tommy L.vltle, Solon; fined $60 and costs. James Bendon, 1621 First avenue SE; fined $35 and costs. Kathryn Auen, 1141 Fifteenth avenue SW; Kent Tisdale, route two, Cedar Rapids; Danny O’Connell, 1345 Ninth street NW; Georgios Karaboitis, 1316 First avenue NE; Eugene Fruendt, 1219 Third avenue SW; Yvonne Zeller, 1500 E avenue NW; Sam Wilkison. Shellsburg; Joseph Welsh, Swisher; Burnett Sauerbry, Hopkinton; Nickey Leevin, Anamosa; Arthur Petrusch, 2954 Third avenue, Marion; Pamela McGowan. 142 Twentieth avenue SW; each fined $30 and costs. Steven Lefebure, 2145 Evergreen street NE; Lloyd) j Humphreys, 2527 Brookland irive NW; Randy Hagerman,
1 City; Patricia Crouch,
Brosh chapel, Solon, and 9 at St. Mary’s Catholic church. Burial: St. Joseph’s cemetery, Iowa City.
Clarence —- Edwin C. Sch-luter 87. Sunday at 1:30 at Chapman’s where friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday.
West Union — Walter Murray, 63. Saturday at 1:30 at United Methodist church. Burial: Taylorsville cemetery near Arlington. Visitation after 7 Friday at Burnham and Wood’s.
Littleport — Kathryn A Dinan, 92. Saturday at 10:30 at St. Joseph’s. Elkader. Rosary 8:30 p.m. Friday. Visitation at Witt’s, Elkader.
Anamosa — Genevieve Osborne Braun, 74, former Anamosa resident. Memorial services Sunday at 2:30 at Goettsch’s. Memorial fund established.
Sale declined to elaborate.
man of Tucson, Ariz. I Nelson and Parr pleaded
I..Services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday;guilty to making illegal dona-at the Beatty-Beurle chapel, tions to Sen. Humphrey toby the Very Rev. Cannon D. A. Minn.), Rep. Mills (D-Ark ),
Loferski. Burial: Cedar Memori- among others. a1. Friends may call at the in addition to campaign dcna-chapel. The casket will be tions, Nelson also admitted au-ciosed at IO a.m. Saturday, and thorizing a $io,000 bribe (or ., meeting
will not be opened after the former Treasury Secretary Con* wednesd i\ service. nally, who has denied receiving
Mrs. Leslie Steele Connallv has been charged
Melvina J. Steele, 78, former- with bribery, perjury and con-ly of Cedar Rapids, and wife of spiracy and has pleaded in-Leslie Steele, died last Saturday nocent.
The American party candidate for Second district con-
Ford’s promises were short of pressman, James Whitford of what livestock and poultry men!Volga, criticized his opponents had asked in a two-hour White in Cedar Rapids Thursday night
Ford devoted half of his speech to boosting the re-election bid of G.O.P. Rep. Wiley
Born in Linn county, she was married in 1915 at Walker.
Mrs. Steele was an active
Pan* pled guilty on July 23 to a single conspiracy count and admitted making illegal dona
^ar|Okla.), Sen. Abourezk (D-S.D.) |senate seat being vacated by more welfare,” Whitford said aqd others. , Democrat Harold Hughes
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508 Gwendolyn drive NE; for ^ „ f i r rn a H o n as vice-, Marilyn Christensen, route two, president.
Cedar Rapids; Janet Stary, 60251 Chairman Rodino (D-N.J.) •Underwood avenue SW; Darn! sajd this week that house hear-! At St. Joseph. Mo. — Mr. and Manley, Des Moines; each fined jn .af th .. ...
Mrs. Hon Clayton, a son Oct. 29. $20 and costs ™ \u P , JLu g°
Mrs. Clayton is the daughter of Drivrr’ti license violation — 1 ,0 !'H‘ question of whether any Mr. and Mrs. Jerry lladrava, Vincent Meader, Central City; of Rockefeller’s wealth was 2929 Soutter avenue SE. I fined $15 and costs. Gregory used to improperly influence DO-
! Ni'knn 1HH7 Twenty-fourth , I J .. . ^.
member of the Davenport n j 0 n s j0 Humphrey, Mills,
Order of Eastern Star, White j former Rep. Page Belcher (R-
Shrine and the World War Mothers of LeClaire.
Surviving in addition to her husband are three sons, Carl of Davenport, Leslie of Blue Grass, and William of Burlington; three half-brothers, Martin Cook, Monticello; Robert Cook,
Center Point, and Walter Cook,
Cedar Rapids; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services were Tuesday in Bettendorf and burial was in Oakdale cemetery' there. The family
for wanting to use defense money for welfare.
Appearing on WMT’s radio talk show, “Air Your Opinion,”
Whitford went one step further Mayne (R-Iowa), fighting to and called for the defeat ofjments have been made before
overcome the reaction to his State Sen. Tom Riley, Cedar this refund can be converted to
support for former President Rapids Republican. cash,” Hennessey commented.
Nixon in the house impeach- State Sen. Michael Blouin, Du- The candidate also stated that
Hennessey Calls Relief System Unjust
Linn county treasurer James Hennessey Wednesday said the Iowa relief system for the disabled and senior citizens is “unjust.”
Hennessey, a Democrat running for re-election, made the comment at a candidates’ night sponsored by the Marion league Jaycees.
“It is an obvious imposition to require these citizens to present their refund check to the treasurer for an endorsement that all three tax pay
Ford also sought
.buque, is the Democratic cantrip didate.
David Stanley, a behind-at-the “Both my opponents have polls Republican, defeat Rep. | called or further impairing our John Culver (D-Iowa) for the nation’s defenses for the sake of
complete computerization of county and motor vehicle records is a necessity “in order to provide faster service.”
And he told the audience that through an investment program
Nelson pleaded guilty July 31 —-
to a simila- conspiracy count Birchorc/: Compare and admitted additional illegal "?u,e
donations to Sen. Muskie (I) The Qualifications Maine), and former Vermont Gov. Phillip Hoff.
Both Nelson and Parr could have been sentenced to a maximum of five years in prison.
Lawyers for Nelson and Parr pleaded with Hart not to impose jail terms. Corporate officials so
i “There is, however, some-1 which he instituted, Linn county thing that sets Mr. Riley apart. | has earned $1.07 million and has
Riley, in a speech before a UN received national Assn. meeting in Des Moines for the program. Oct. 24, called for repeal of the -
Speaking to the Thursday Connally Reservation I Kaceno* Will Resist
Noon Optimists at the Elks club “This reservation is less than1 y*. . _ .
Thursday, Sister Genevieve Bir- lo words long but keeps the, RiC/ht-TO-WOrk Repeal chard, candidate for Linn communist-infested World Court
county treasurer on the Republican ticket, said, “Linn county government is collecting and spending over $80 million a
from involving itself in domestic cases within the United States.
“Mr. Riley and anyone else who openly advocates such a flagrant violation of our na-
“This is a larger amount optional sovereignty should be de-
At San Diego. Ualif. Mr. Nelson, 1607 Twenty-fourth
and Mrs Michael James Peters.
a son, Nov. I. Peters is the son of Flora M. Peters, 2249 C street SW.
Deborah Decker and Jeffrey luring, Su«‘ Ladman and Steven Vorba, Linda Kiecksee and Scott Cram, all of Cedar Rapids. Vickie Rowrav and Roger Smith, both of Palo. June Sadeeky, Ely and Steven Stratton, Tiffin. Debra meeker and Mark Thomsen Manhattan Beach, Calif.
II ani W. and Georgette Khouri. Anita M. and Richard A. Mumm. Donna L. anti William E. Kemp. Norma C. anti John A. Blunter. Velma and Daniel F. Fogarty. Dean Thor** as and Shelia It. Kisling. Lothar
street NW; fined $10 and costs
iitical campaigns. Rodino said
* . u ♦ r a. ii BRT have received only fines for
y» J making corporate donations. _
they wish, contribute lo the( money than many Cedar Rapids;cisively rejected at the polls in 1™,™* sharp that view
Excellent Backgruuml tbusinesses handle annually and: November.” I iowans share that view,
Nelson’s lawyer, Anthony Ni-iit warrants having a capable,! -
cholas of San Antonio, said Nel- competent person in charge. Tribulations Trials
Memorial Services Hansen, Ora C.G, — 5
Faculty equipment — Michael not suggesting it was,
Warton, 2833 Schultz drive NW; fined $10 and costs.
Right-of-way violation — Carl Achenbach, Anamosa; fined $25 and costs.
Driving on wrong side — Pat-
but he said the question has been raised and must be answered.
The author of a third book, Edward P. Mattar III, issued a
Jay Kacena, Republican candidate for state representative, said Wednesday he would resist any attempt to repeal the socalled right-to-w ork law in Iowa. “A recent poll showed that more than 75 percent of all
Kacena told the audience assembled for Marion Jaycee-League of Women Voters’ candidate night, that he also feels ex- candidates few county office
rick Florang, 724 E avenue I statement last w eek saying he
"USS? S3* violation - has Ottered to testify undcrU
Charles Neuhaui, 5435 Vet - J that Rockefeller had nothing to
mont street SW; Elizabeth do with his critical biography of
Mills, iowa City; each fined $20 then-Hepubliean presidential and costs. Dorothy Brandt,; .. „ .
Norway; Harry Holmes, 1340 candidate Barry Coldwater in
Fourth street NW; Gerald 1964.
Chaney, 5621 Colorado drive SW; each fined $15 and co^ts.
Intoxication — Daniel Phillips, 411 First avenue SW; fined $30 and costs.
Vehicle control violation —
.,l7<A‘Z'.yn from Rockefeller or his staff
drive NW; fined $20 and costs. , __________
Mattar, wlio worked in Rockefeller’s presidential effort that year, said he received no “encouragement or assistance, financial or moral,” on the book
------- —---- - son is a lawyer, has an ex I “A good business man would
Friday at Chapc^of^MemoriesjccUent family background and a irview the character and quail- Outlined by Blouin
Kimball Avenup0UnitcdnMcth-|g°od education and has been,fications of the person he hired' Trials> tribulations and _______________________
odist church of Waterloo, with punished enough already to manage the money in a busi- peases of running for office should run on a non-partisan
further services at I P*^* Farr s lawyer made a similar ness that size. were outlined by State Sen. Mi- basis in the same manner as in
thcran3 church ^bv the * Rev iaPPea* , ' “Therefore I urge voters to j chael Blouin Friday to junior* city elections. He said that since
Lester Larson. Burial: Elk Horn* At the time Nelson and Barr compare my qualifications and students at St. Patrick’s they are essentially administra-Lutheran cemetery. pleaded guilty, Watergate pros recommendations for improve- schooi in Cedar Rapids. tive positions, political phiioso-
Youi*, J. Truman - Set- editors said in court papers that ment in service from the trea- B|ouin) Democratic candidate phy is of little importance.
uirYeLuvVwle^b'n^Y bv the ,wo nilght stil1 fate other surer s °m<* *l,h those of “* for Second district congress-, -
the Very Rev. Canon D. A." Lo'- criminal charges of conspiracy incumbent.” man is running against State 20 YEARS AGO - Rus,ian
fertski. Burial: Cedar Memorial and bribery in connection with Sister Genevieve Birchard ^en miiey, Republican, military officers were reported
park. The casket will be dosedhPresident Nixon’s 1971 increase spoke Thursday noon at the Elks alld James Whitford, American to be “completely running” the
club and not in the Roosevelt party< Red Chinese air force and train-
hotel as it was incorrectly re-1 glouin ended his talk by sug- ing 110,000 Korean-tested comported in The Cedar Rapids Ga gesting that the 142 students munist troops as paratroopers /.etto Wednesday._ work ^ ^ remaining days for for an assault on Formosa.
IO a.m. Saturday and will Jn prlt.e supports.
be opened after the ser- ... .
Nelson and Barr are the ones
who promised to donate $2 million to Nixon’s re-election.
at not ive.
Mac Lain, Walter C lyde —
Turner chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Friday by the Very Rev Canon D.A. Loferski. Burial
was in Cedar Memorial cemetery.
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