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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Waterloo, Iowa Tuesdoy, November 2, ]971 Waterloo Doily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa Trick in Treats Capt. Ramsay Lay of the Broomc Coun- ty, N.Y., Sheriff's Dept, holds candy bars containing needles and pins and were given to trick-or-trcating youngsters Sunday. On (Associated press Photofax) the table in left foreground is a roofing nail found in a candy bar. Capt. Lay pulled the needles partly out of the bars for the pic- ture. Justice Dept. Fight Over 'Leaks' WASHINGTON (AP) Like two'lovers whose romance has turned sour, the American Bar Association and the Justice De- partment are mad at each oth- er and they don't care who knows it. The fight is over Washington's way of describing information that gets to the public early enough to embar- rass someone. The information that has the ABA and the department al odds is a list of six potential Supreme Court nominees and a negative assessment of the Jop two, Herschel H. Friday, a Little Rock lawyer, and Mild- red L. Lillie, a California judge. Twenty-four hours after the list was sent to the ABA for in- vestigation the six names were Stafes Face Cufs Over Resf Homes WASHINGTON (AP) Elliot L. Richardson, secretary of health, education and welfare, said Tuesday that states failing to enforce nursing home stand- ards risk losing all their federal health-care funds. Where widespread abuses are found, he said in remarks pre- pared for a conference on ag- ing, "We will have no alterna- tive but to find whole states out of compliance meaning their federal funds can be held back. "While I hope such a step will not be necessary it is one I will not hesitate to take and I already have so apprised the 50 governors." Many Fail "Speaking bluntly, many states have simply failed to force federal nursing home he said. Some states "failed to meet their regulatory responsibilitie, more because of lack of dollar: than lack of he said, ad ding that the government is moving to correct that deficien cy. The HEW secretary reviewec the administration's program to train state nursing home inspectors in 18 months, and seek money from Congress to fund all state inspections, en alrge the federal enforcemen program and train nursing home personnel. Alternative Meanwhile, a comprehensive study is under way, he said, to determine if there are alterna lives to nursing homes. in the newspapers and on radio and television. The ABA com- mittee's sour reaction to Friday and Mrs. Lillie was in print within 12 hours. Biaming these "premature disclosures, Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell broke with the AB even as President Nixon was naming two who were not on the list, Lewis F. Powell Jr. and William H. Rehnquist, for court. This ended a 15-year partnership in which the ABA's committee on the federal !udiciary looked into Supreme Tourt prospects for the depart- ment and the White House." Blame Department Late Monday, theh 12-memuer committee made public a re- port that rekindled the feud The department itself was the source of the the ABA suggested. Some of the six names to be investigated "had already been made public by the White House or other administration sources" even before they reached the the re port said. KILLED CHEROKEE (AP) Ronald Marsh, 26, of rural Quimby wa; killed in a traffic accident here Monday night. Police s a id Marsh was alone in a car tha struck a bridge on River Rc-ac and plunged into a creek. For complete market results read the Daily Courier. GOP Claims 'Nonpartisan' Worker Aiding Democrats DES MOINES (AP) A 20- year-old Democratic P a r worker has been charged by two Iowa Republicans with representing h e r self as nonpartisan while .she was actually doing party work in Des Moines schools. But Julie Putterman denies the allegations. "I'm a little upset at this sort of thing because I have not been misrepresenting she said. State Republican Chairman John McDonald and Polk County GOP Chairman Bennett A. Webster claim Miss Put- terman attempted to organize a Democratic rally while maintaining that it was non- partisan. Sponsored by Demos Miss Putterman doesn't agree, school "Every I went single into I hi'gh stated anything I was doing was sponsored by the Democratic Party." Miss Putterman, a junior at Rutgers University, said her work here "is an independent study.for course credit." She is majoring in political science. "I'm not planning to bo a she said. "My motive in going into the high schools was to announce voter registration workshops, sponsored by the Democratic Party but open to Republicans and Independents and anybody else who wanted to attend." Webster wrote to Des Moines School Supt. Dwight Davis, saying: "Although she contends her Vote Moderate (Continued) City FIRST WARD 1JS9 1st Precinct, Whlttler School .........178 Registered) er cent assessment for each ocal program. Orr said he understands the ederal government will not allocate the multi-million dollar rime fighting package to Iowa f the state will not participate n the program. Instead, the ederal government would maV.e the money available to cities and towns on a "per project" Dasis circumventing state of- ficials. 'We have said 'this is what you always do to Gov. Rober Ray reminded Orr. Ray was commenting on the manner in which the federal govern- ment imposes restrictions on ;he way in which federal money is obtained or spent. Made Available Orr said the should be made available through the State Office for Planning and Programming after it is ap propriated by the -Iowa Legislature. "We don't have Ray said flatly. He noted th legislature, during the las session, struck such an ap- propriation from his budget. Another council member WATERLOO Ambulance Service 831 Sycamore Ph. 234-0361 itate Treasurer Maurice inger, said the state "would1 lave to decide its spending1 priorities" if the additional is to be found. "The matter isn't even Ray said. "Coming up with the money has to be on top of the list of priorities." Orr suggested that the state could earmark fines collected n traffic and other violations to be used in the "buy in" program. 'Unhappy Society' That brought a quick response From another council member, State Auditor Lloyd Smith. "You'd have an unhappy socie- ty if you did he observed Smith said the c u r r e n I practice of turning money col- lected from violators over to education instead of fighting crime eliminates public money as they can to fund their wn programs. Orr told the council Congress vas set to begin requiring the dditional state contribution this rear, but Rep. Wiley Mayne was able to get the program delayed two years. criticism that working on a lawmen are quota system bringing in as much violations THE PERSONAL INTEREST our Pharmacist takes in your well-being. KIMBALL AVE. DRUG rt P FALLS ROAD DRUG liam Habhab, 30, of Fort Dodge ias been sentenced to five years in the Men's Reformatory at Anamosa. Habhab pleaded guilty Monday to charges ol celling marijuana.' DON'T BUY SIDING Until You Talk to BILL STAEBELL Dial 234-2518 Find Out Why More People Buy From TOWN ANoCOUNTRY HOMI IMrXOVIMINTCO., INC. "Your Home's Best Friend" BOYD TELLS IT Movie actor Stephen Boyd will do the narration on the four National Geographic So ciety specials slated for this season. India (Continued) ;o to Washington, Paris and Bonn. The Indian leader has hopes Wxon will respond favofably to her call for an examination in depth of Indian-American rela- ions with a view to revising heir basis. As she is believed o see it, one of the most dis- inguishing characteristics of he Nixon administration has been its readiness to break new ground in foreign policy. This has been dramatically txpressed in a variety of ways, Deluding the President's in- itiatives to improve relations with Communist China, toward negotiating with Moscow on a of big issues and toward 'ecasting the world's money system. At a moment when the Indian subcontinent is haunterf' by the specter of a new war flowing rom the East Bengal tragedy, he Indian government is tak- ng the position it would not be oo much to expect the Presi- dent to undertake the reap- praisal of Indian relations. To Mrs. Gandhi and her ad- visers, sources said, past U.S. policy in the Indian subcon- inent has made little sense'be- cause it has brought neither >eace, prosperity or stability to Pakistan nor equilibrium to In- dian-American relations. Nev- ertheless, informants stressed, here is no fundamental clash of interests between New Delhi and Washington. Stocks Take Turn After Early Loss NEW YORK (AP) The stock market turned around tbruptly Tuesday and wiped out an early sharp loss. At a.m. the Dow Jones industrial average held a gain of 0.73 at 826.59 after having 7.23 points an hour earlier. An analyst said the market had fallen1 so sharply recently that it appeared buyers finally were being attracted into rein- vesting. The decline which car- ried the Dow industrials to a new 1971 low Monday was at- tributed to disenchantment with the market's ability to sustain a rally last week. As the Dow industrials re- versed course the margin of losers over gainers three to one in earlier trading nar- rowed on the New York iStock Exchange. At midsession, the margin was seven to five. The trading pace on the Big Board was fairly active, and ai one time the ticker tape lagged by two minutes in reporting floor transactions. The Dow industrials Monday fell 13.14 points to a new 1971 low of 825.86. presentation is nonpartisan, it is directed almost entirely to the Democratic Party and its activities." Miss Putterman countered with: "It seems to me that the facts that were presented, such as how to register to vote, how to attend precincts caucuses, are valuable to both Republicans and Democrats.'1 Webster's letter continued: "It is my view that a decep- tion has been practiced upon the Des Moines School System and. the students by encouraging participation in the Democratic Party under the guise o) nonpartisan activity. "In addition, the Republican Party was characterized in a highly, unfavorable light, and a number of -misrepresentations made." Miss Putterman said she is a student "who is purely in- terested in the rights of people to vote, and it seems when I told them that I was -being non- partisan, I was representing exactly what I thought was the truth. I'm. not on the side of established party politics. I'm on the kids' side and I don't want to lie to them." The Weather WATERLOO Variable cloudiness Tuesday night with a chance of brief rain, possibly mixed with snow. Northwesterly winds at 15 to 20 m.p.h. ex- pected. Colder Wednesday with a high in the 40's expected. Slight chance of precipitation. WATERLOO TEMPERATURES Tuesdoy 7 a.m. (official) ............40 Tuesday 9 a.m. Tuesday 11 a.m. Tuesday I p.m. Red China Names U.N. Delegates UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) Red China informed :he United Nations Tuesday that Deputy Foreign Minister Chiao Kuan-hua will head Peking's delegation to the General As- sembly. The Peking government -also named Huang Hua, its am- bassador to Canada, as its per- manent U.N. representative and delegate to the 15-nation Security Council. The names were sent in two messages from Peking's acting foreign minister, Chi Peng-fei. He told Secretary-General U Thant: "I will inform you later of the date of departure of the delegation of the People's Re- public of China." U.N. diplomats earlier specu- lated that the Chinese Commu- nists would arrive Thursday or Friday. The U.S. State Depart- ment announced Monday that no visas are required for their entry into the United States. Chiao will bring his perience in dealing with one o. the two superpowers. From 1969 onward, he has been the ex- chief of Peking's negotiating team discussing Red China's border disagreements with the Soviet Union. Chiao, as one of Premier Chou En-lai's top aides, was member of his delegation in a celebrated visit to Moscow in November 1964, just after the fall of Nikita S. Khrushchev and the rise of the current lead- ers. The delegation's estimate of the new Moscow regime a that time was that it amountec to "Khrushchevism withou Khrushchev." (official) ............40 (official) ............AS (offfctol) ............49 Wind :....'.......................NNW 20 'r eclp Ifatlon.........................5-55 High Monday (official) .41 Low Monday (official) ................29 High year ago ........................40 .33 Low year ago Sunset sunrise Wednesday IOWA Mostly cloudy, windy and cold Tuesdoy night. Wednesday portly cloudy and cool. MISSISSIPPI RIVER STAGES DAVENPORT (APJ River slogos: LaCrosse 6.0, rise .1 Lansing 8.1, rise .2 Dam No. 9 15.4, rise .3 McGregor 8.1, rise .2 Guttonberg 6.2, rise .2 Dubuque 9.0, rise .5 Davenport 6.2, rise .4 Keokuk 3.6, rise 1.0 Lynch Plans To Run for Governor IOWA CITY James Lynch, a field representative for the state employes' association, Tuesday announced his candi- dacy for the Democratic guber- natorial nomination. Lynch, 36, a former director of the lien division of the state James Lynch seeks Demo post revenue department, said one of his main objectives in running for state office is to promote tax reform. Lynch, who now lives at Red- field, said, "the present prop- erty tax laws are as in tune with the times as a bobsled on the fourth of July." Tax replacement, he said, could be accomplished by re- placing up to one-half of the present property tax, and all o! the present sales, use and ser- vice tax by implementing a transaction tax and placing the income tax on a "subsistence level base." Lynch, who served'in the 61sl general assembly as a state rep- resentative from Warren County, called for "governmental re- form." More specifically he said 'there are too many officials paid too much for doing too lit- tle, while the rank and file state employes are not- paid enough." Lynch, who also has servec as a high school teacher at both Ir.dianola and Riceville, said 'meaningful government reform coraes from within, from the peo- ple who carry on the daily tasks of government and actually keep government operating day after day by making those necessary, minor but correct decisions.' He is married and has three children. Fire Alarms Monday, p.m., 1715 Hammond Ave.; house owned and occupied by Myron Houghlun; motor on furnace blow- er burned out; slight smoke damage. Tuesday, a.m., tnhalator to Cham- berlain's gate; 'Mrs. Mae J. Smith, 49, of 1600 W. having dif- ficulty breathing; gave 'oxygen tor 10 minute; and to Allen Hospital. Tuesday, a.m., to E, 5th St. Apt. 11; Florence Burman, 72, wTih leart condition; gavo oxygen for live minutes. Births Reported Scholtz Memorial ASWEGAN, Mr. and Mrs. Larry of S25Vi W. 9th St., girl (correction) POHLMAN, Mr. and Mrs. Slevon of Rclnbeck, girl. CURTMAN, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley of 5142 Foultc Rd., Allen Memorial WALKER, Mr. and Mrs. Michael of 2625 Randolph, boy (correction) THOMES, Mr. ond Mrs. Slanlcy ol 222 Black Hawk Road, boy. SIMON; Mr. and Mrs. Russell ot Park- ersburg, girl. St. Fronds HENNINGER, Mr. ond Mrs. Jack of 632 Oakwood Drive, girt. Licensed to Wed Thomas Martin Olcson, 20, of 422 .v. 6th St., and Kathy Lynn Wilson, 19, of 917 Colleen Ave., Evansdale. Paul Gregory Shaffer, 24, of 920 Ran- dolph St., and Nancy Lee Smith, 19, Rt. 2, Cedar Falls. James Edward Dooley III, 20, of 2405 Delane St., and Shirley Eltzobc-lli Thomp- son, 20, ot Delane St. Daniel Donald Whitney, 20, of Plain- field and Rebecca Ann Roberts, 20, of 231 Stale St. Jerry Deon Schwem, 21, of Tripoli and Janet Lynn Spears, 17, of 624 W. Donald St. Marriages Dissolved HINTZ, Judy Ann, 31, ond Richard John, 37. Married of Eou Claire, Wis., on Nov. 11, 1956. She gets custody of four children, J50 per week child support, and real setate at 204 First St., Wash- burn. He pays debts, fees and costs. Articles of incorporation Birthright of Black Hawk County, 1020 Clay St., Cedar Falls. Non-profit corpo- ration with the purpose of providing :ounse! and assistance to persons hav- ing unplanned and unwanted preg- nancies with emphasis on community action programs artd channeling of per- sons to various social services which offer realistic lawful assistance. Initial registered agent and Incorporator Mrs. James M. Connell, 1020 Clay St., Cedar Falls; directors Include Mrs. Gaylord Brown, 3356 Westrldne Rd., the Rev. Jesse Cunningham, J1S8 Linden Dr., the Rev. Paul J. Grace, Raymond, Mrs. Michael D. Dates, 1514 Orchard Dr., Ce- dar Falls, and Mrs. James Jackson, 1015 Tremonf St., Cedar Falls. Waterloo Fire Extinguisher Inc. Robert L. Rauscfi, Suite 300, Flrsf National Building, initial registered aqent, and James R. and Banifa L. Ishman, 84j Lynkalec Dr., directors and incorporators Authorized to Issue shares wi'ih par value of 5100 each. B J Electric Inc., Utt Oakwood Dr. James E. Mortimer, Initial reg- Kfcred agent, and Mortimer ond Ralph C. Mortimer Jr., Rt. 2, Jesup, directors and Incorporators. Authorized 1o Issue shares with a par value of S100 each. Blue Dolphin Industries Inc. Normon E. Hinkel, 3516 Rasohill Terrace, Inlliol registered ogent, and Hinkel and Louis W. Schmttz, 518 19th Ave., Gllbertvillo, directors and Incorporators. Authorized to Issue 500 shares with par vatue of S100 per share. Jury Notice Black Hawk County Dlslrict Court lurars need not report Wednesday, oc- cording to clerk of court Gene Perry. MECHANICAL FAILURE MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) The Navy says it believes a me- chanical failure caused a mis- sile to fall from an A4L jet Sun- day into the home of a judge at Strawberry Plains, Tenn. EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS The SALVATION ARMY 207 LOGAN AVENUE WATERLOO HEAR BRIGADIER HERBERT SMITH DYNAMIC SPEAKER FROM PEORIA, ILL Formerly of Waterloo, Iowa P.M. Nov. 2nd thru 7th, 1971 OTHER FEATURES YOUTH BAND TEEN CHORUS CHOIR SOLOS COMBO TESTIMONIES GOSPEL PREACHING FOR 1S71 OUR HEATING EQUIPMENT IS ROLLING IN! f AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT HAS GOT TO GO! SAVE from to NOW If you were thinking of buying next summer, buy now and save money... ASK FOR JAY OR TOM JR. We will give you rock bottom prices and sell you the best equipment at low, low prices. Get a Len- nox power humidifier at reduced prices during this sale. CALL TODAY AND SAVE... FEREDAY'S Certified Dealer 10TO 233-8411 Crisis is Alcoholics Anonymous ..........234-9434 Ambulance (commer- Crime Check ........232-6661 Drug Drug Crisis Line ,...234-6803 Fire Department and Inhalator Unit.......234-5511 Information telephone (Referrals to all service agencies) .234-6005 Police Dept., Suicide Prevention, Severe Emotional or Mental Problems ............234-5516 DIVIDENDS CENTERVILLE (AP) The board of directors of Iowa Southern Utilities Co. has an- nounced quarterly dividends to be paid Dec. 1 to shareholders of record. Get more "home" from your house. Houses grow small ond cramped without the things that make them home special furniture, better TV, stereo hi-fi, paid up bills and money left over for fun. Avco may help with a homeowner loan on your house, whether it's paid for or not. HOMEOWNER LOANS to Avca 210 W. 4th St. 234-1741 I. ;