The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 27, 1969 · Page 16
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0« Mein«i Sunday R«qi»t*r July if, IM 4.1 Stetlan * fc REGISTER PHOTO Keeping on an Even Keel at Clear Lake Su-an Smith, right, of Lima. Peru. and Paul .McAlilland. parti- Inland I.; a'ly hidden, "f Madison, Wis., leaned to starboard to keep the sail- Lake. At boat llori/.ontal IV from tipping too far to port during the recent Wis., who kes Yachting Association Invitational regatta on Clear the tiller of the craft was William Hanson of Madison, piloted the boat to a second-place finish in the race. Medicaid Cost Above Expectation MEDICAID- Continued from Paqr Onr eral" of the I" ( are due for mure investigation.' Dr. Smith said the dental review was adequate "as far as it went" hut it was "a preliminary step" and more checking will be necessary. Medical Society spokesmen we aid reviews of lually," said Dr. Smith. "Right now we're trying to get this thing going so that it will be really effective." Not Really All Literally all will be checked eventually? Well. no. Dr. Smith admitted. "Anything that comes to light with what, we're doing now check." he said. "We'll have to go back and re- anything that exceeds the doctors will be more thorough Jf j. fcasjb , than the dentists have under- P , gone so far. The other profes- • • h sional organizations responsible for peer review have been silent on their plans. Dr. Smith said.organizations representing 14 "vendor" .croups have until Sept. 1 to check lists of IflRR Medicaid j nt() ~ ser ious question this year, payments in their professions Fnr many mont h s , it bas been and lay plans for future "peer clear thal the costs wcre far reviews.' 1 Actually, Dr. Smitff said, close checking of pre-1969 bills may have to be limited to "areas where there is some question." Medicaid's integrity canm Eventually, he said, "parameters" or guidelines will he established for policing Medicaid. Klein's home county and reported that more than SII.000 in payments were made for Winnebago residents who wcre not entitled to Medicaid. In May. the Iowa Legislature 1 appropriate! an emergency $2 million to keep Medicaid out of the red through June 3fi. ttv end of the two-year budgeting period The past month, public interest has-shifted from the receivers to the providers of Iowa's S27-million-a-year program. Next week a legislative committee vill beqin a study of Medicaid. What WHS to have been a politically popular check on c h e a ling among the reeipients now may turn into a politically volatile investigation of professional conduct. When Representative Klein attacker! the state adminis- H. J. (JACK) ILLIAN beyond expectations. In February, the department cut some 7,000 of an estimated traljon ()f Meflicairi< ne said So . 50,000 lowans off Medicaid to Find Autos Parked on Dance Area (Th» Realtor's lowfl Nrw, Sfvico STORM LAKE, 1A. - A crowd of square dancers arrived here last week to find about 25 cars , parked on their dance floor. The dance, scheduled for the new city parking lot here, was delayed until angry law officers could CKDAR KAPIDS. TA. iAP) pusn 'the 25 autos out of the lot — Several changes in the Ce- bv )ianc j dar Rapids Gazette executive '-Everything was all set at 5 staff were announced Saturday p m •> Police Cnief Andre Car . by J. F. Hladky, jr., president stensen sa jd. "Then some girls of The Gazette Co., to go into 'removed the barricade and effect Monday. In the news department. H. J. (Jack) Tllian, 5fi, now city editor, was appointed managing editor, with direct respon- STAFF CHANGES AT G,R, PAPER save money. But that's all in the future. The same month the Depart- "™ wcpks Harmf)n What about the millions of 19681 mci ?L?L S °™. 7 V ', CeS .!"' Just that, effective Aug. c i a I Services Commissioner Maurice Harmon should resign, rli just that, effective Aug. 1B., sihility for the daily handling of news and general features. lie will succeed E. C. (Petei yl, who has held that post since 1941. Hoyt is retiring aft- drove in to park. Others followed them. "It was especially tough on t h c people interested in square dancing. There they were — standing there with their tuxedoes on. ready to dance, and no place to dance. NAMECLAYMAN TO RIGHTS JOB Gov. Robert D. Ray Saturday announced the appointment^ of A6«f" fr." Cliyman, ~ 57, Koine* bust' nessman, to the Iowa Civil Mights Conv mission to fill a four-year term expiring In 1972. The interim a p p o i ntment must be confirmed by the S e n a t e when the Legislature returns in January. Clayman is president of the Louis Corporation, a real estate holding company, a director of United Federal Savings and Loan in Des Moines, and is; vice-president of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. The six other members of the commission arc Mrs. Elizabeth Kruldenier, Den Moines; Lawrence S. Slotsky. i Sioux City: Harry Harper, ' M.D., Fort Madison; John E. Strothers. Waterloo: Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom. Algona: and Lafayette James Twyner, Davenport. Ray also appointed Mrs.. K. R. McDonald of Davenport, Mrs. L. M. Rliesfnan of Denison and Mrs. Richard F. Drake of Muscatine to three-year terms on the Iowa Arts Council. He reappointed David K.; Archie of J)es Moines to the arts group. Reappointed to • three-year terms on the Land Rehabilitation Board were William H. Greiner of Ankeny, Frank W.; Schaller of Ames and William 1 W. Fall of Knoxville. Richard F. Dole of Iowa City was appointed to an unexpired term ending in 1972 on the Commission on Uniform State Laws. Ray appointed Dr. Russell R. Schivley of Fort Madison to the Board of Podiatry examiners for a three-year term. MAN DEAD IN BAR ROBBERY By a Staff Writer MOLINA, ILL. - A bartender at the Elks club here died of a stab wound early Saturday, and police, narrowly missed catching his assailant whom they said, was trying to rob the ; Club. , Police said they chased a ! man they saw running from the • club, and recovered an attache • case containing money taken ! from the club. ' Dead was .lohn J. .Jones, 23, A privltw of Melting products mwi •••••ring In tht of thi tvonlng Triton*, morning Register and Sunday fogitter. An advertisement for Pepsodent Toothpaste in the Color Comics section of today's Des Moines Sunday Register is right up to date with the recent events in outer space, reports Boyd Jajesnica, area sales manager for Lever Brothers. ' The ad features a handsome 18 by 24 inch map of both sides of the moon that can be obtained by merely sending in the coupon from the ad and an empty Pepsodent Toothpaste carton. * * * Blue. Bonnet Soft Margarine now has an added buttery flavor, reports B. W. Critchfield, area supervisor for ^Standard Brands. A full-page, full-color advertisement in the Picture Magazine section of the Aug. 3 Sunday Register will tell about this new and improved buttery- flavored Soft Blue Bonnet Margarine and include a coupon worth 7 cents towards your next*purchase of this product. "Some people just, don't have of Rock Island, III. any respect for anything." payments made to doctors who I vest 'i a ,J ed abuse of . th * P r °-• when Harmon goes. Dr. Smilh> r 47 vears as a mpm ,! Jer of . the | The five girls who removed received less than $15,000. den- g'' am j>y r ec "?! enls ,,'!\ ^T 0 ' who took over Medicaid for the Oazetle staf /: bul wl11 continue) tne_ barricade were fined lists who got. less than '$12,000 ba 8° Count y after L ^ ale R ^ re ' state on May 1. and .James Ro- 'to he available as a consultant. : each. o I .< " I |i' Fv l< ' *-*J'' I i in i i ip Ltt,\J\J\J . . , |_ oirii' i ii i . iJ C« t i. fllHI <; (J I i 1\ O II''- ,,nd other vendors who appar- f" lal ' v , e ,, Jam f K ' ei " (Rc P-; wen. actinc deputy commission- entiy will be omitted from peer Lak(1 Mllls ,' charged Mert.ca.d reviews" . .. . - was a "gigantic swindle." "They'll all be checked even- The department cheeked er. will answer for Modieaid unlil a-successor for Harmon is chosen bv Ciov. Robert H;iv. Big Hauls on Iowa Farms by Livestock Rustlers in Trucks Other changes announced •'.ere: Tlinmas J. Chukas, 45. now retail sales manager, to he- .•ome display advertising manager; Charles H. Moore, now advertising director, to retire Woman, 41, Dies Of Auto Injuries Mrs. Jet tie Reynolds, 41, of 2825 S.W. Fourteenth st... died at the end of the year following; at M Ho ita , Saturdav aft . 2R vcars of service; Bruce 1 now Sunday edi- crnoon Fishwild, 47, tor, to become .city editor; of injuries suffered when she was struck by a Phyllis Fleming, now assistant i late Friday. state editor, to become Sunday! Mrs. Reynolds was struck as By Veryl Sanderson '(Regi$t«r Stiff Wnt»r> . BLOOMFIELD. IA. -•- Mod- eni-day rustlers have stolen thousands of dollars worth of livestock from 1 o w a (ar since the of ,thc year. Although I he number of stock taken has been from . rmers 1 first \ DES MOINES * stock is unmarked and un- j branded," said Sheriff Horn. "A farmer might he able to pick out his stolen stock from another herd, hut just try and tell a jury how he knows its his." Probahlv the hardest hit be with chains that, could not cut except-'with a torch. "I also spent a lot of nights In a tool shed on the site. No one showed up," he said, editor; Lois Marks, appointed editor of the women's pages; Alan Swegle, 22, now assistant i farm editor, to become farm she attempted to cross the street in the 100 block of S.W. Eleventh si. to reach"'~hcr Police, who had to force their way into the locked club, said they found Jones behind the bar bleeding heavily from a stab wound in his chest. The bar furnishings were scattered around and the police said Jones' clothing was lorn — indicating he had struggled with the robber. Jones was dead on arrival at Moline Public Hospital. He was alone in the club ami car li af l been preparing to close it for the night. Police said they heard noises inside when they arrived about 2:30 a.m.. but thev had to force their way in. parked car. She had just left; editor succeeding Rex Conn, work al the Pax'ton Lumber whose retirement, was an-jco., 205 S.W. Eleventh st., About, three weeks ago, the nounced last month: Joseph i when the accident occurred, rustlers returned. Failing to Hladky, III, 29, now a retail ad- Patrolman Mark Boyd said a force the gate, they took How- vertising salesman, to become car driven by Harry Mobley, 35, 0 MHi, !00 farmer in the stale has been; lot and loaded up eight more al any one time i Raymond Howard of Ottumwa, head of cattle from the lot. confined to the; who farms more than 600 acres! Leaded with the cattle, the, amount of livestock which can! aD out four miles north of here. ard's pickup parked inside the production co-ordinalor. Born al Keystone, Illian started his newspaper career in 1931 as an office boy in the i thieves gunned the pickup at! International be hauled in a truck, hundreds I of head of cattle, hogs and; sheep have disappeared from 1 feedlots and pastures. Three Times In less than one year, since Thanksgiving, he has been hit j the gate and smashed through it. The pickup was later recov- The hardest hit area seems bv rustlers three times for a to- News Service bureau. Currently chairman O f the Iowa Associated Press "• *•"- r«*-™»i* «•»*• «*vi.i .^wv-, (l | lm . 1( | Wa ns&uuiaicu i less n f? I A7 ered, with the interior gutted Managing Editors Assn., II- LlOg FOUnd,' /\O Guthrie Center, also employed at the Paxton firm, was traveling north on S.W. Eleventh st.!sounded like a door closing, as when it passed in front of anjif the man had entered a home, oncoming train and seconds la t- They found the attache case at the rear of a residence. They questioned one suspect Saturday morning, but released er struck Mrs. Reynolds. by fire, near Ottumwa. to be southeastern Iowa in Davis, Van Buren and Wapello counties. _ Authorities say .here is an indication that an organized ring of rustlers is operating in this area. tal of 28 head of cattle. Howard estimates the value of cattle at near $10.000. "I first noticed that 1 cattle missing from the pasture schel Dickey. "As when I sold a few head Dec. .11. 1 noticed one of the white-faces I had sold to another farmer lian joined the Gazette staff in 1941. A native of West Union, Hoyt Shots for Tot (The Register's Iowa Mows Service) JNDIANOLA, IA. -- The dog that bit 2-year-old Traci Geesa- had of" according to Donuiv Her n iV "• ""T-.J-I "A man nn the finger here Thurs- of. accoidmf, to Dp I- P ^anagmg Editors Assn., d j ht has fc , ocatc{| bv ID.HIS S,lleS .,„, , n 040 wa c rhuirmnn nf lU :. . . . . him. In adjacent Van Buren County to the east, at least 25: lambs, 24 hogs and about five j ()ined the Gazct te staff in 1922., cattle have been stolen. "This stock is easv to yet rid He has served on the board of directors of the Associated as there are around, Since . Jan. 1. Sheriff l.yle Horn of Davis County has investigated the theft ot (50 cattle, WHS missing. 70 hogs and (50 sheep. ,, sta| ., p( | k et , pinf , a ,.| OSPr of tne cattle. A' few later, someone Schuyler, Page and Scot Ian'I hard to blend stolen stock' in \vilh a herd. . "Resides, [here are a lot of farms around the stale line which are not accessible by roads. A lot of it is brush coun- and in 1949 was chairman of its it s not Washington news committee. Patricia Nurre Autopsy Report police after a house-to-house canvass, and the girl will not have to undergo rabies shots. Police said the Pekingese- counties, just across the state wepks | Hter someone shot a try and someone could easily steer in the field and butchered hide stolen stock there un °' off the hind quarters, leaving ready for market. Some parts line into Missouri_have also had stper in lhe field and butchered hide stolen stock there until it's c „ u n t y thousands of dollars worth livestock stolen this year. Good Stock "The livestock taken is good stock," according to Sherill Horn. "The nnst we've had taken at one time was 22 head of cattle, in two trucks. "They seem 10 know what they're doing. For the most part, they omy hit when its raining, reducing me possibility of leaving tire tracks." Investigators explained it is the rest of the carcass there, of the county you can't ride a Over the next few weeks, I no- horse through. liced about eight more missing "A bill of sale isn necessary H! they can be lorgei Because Howard's from the pasture. "About six weeks ago. the rustlers took 10 head from my feedlot. They had bolt cutters and cut the chains 1 had locking the gates. They had some problems, because one steer left behind WHS hurt. {The Regi&ler's Iowa News Service) ALLISON, 1A. - Butler Medical Examiner Frank McKean said Saturday ; lice said. an 1 autopsy showed that a 12- really year-old Greeley gil'l died of a sale barn and aspiration pneumonia - the entrance of food particles into her windpipe. Patricia .\urre, a daughter nf Mr and Mrs. Joseph Nurre, (The RegiMer's low* News Servicsi ALTON, IA. - - A former beer c o c k e r spaniel, owned" by J oint herc ~ thp L °8 Cabin ~ James Ragland, has had the nas g° ne on the wa S or >necessary anti-rabies injections. Ragland was not aware that his dog was being sought, po-i DK MOINtS Bluffs Man Dies in Crash pickup was stolen in one county and found in another, the State Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCIl has been called in to investigate. "What we really need is a state branding system to identi- fThp ReqltiPr's Inwa News Service) • COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA. Lester V. Coons, 67, of Council P orts collapsed and died Friday night B j u ff s was killed Saturday in while running for shelter during tne near head-on collision of his a si.o-in at the county fair. car anc ) a grav el truck noj'th- WHBTLES ILLEGAL ^ [ of hore ' P° lice said (The Register's lowd News Servue) The accident occurred about ,,,„,„„„„„ ,, A , 8:20 a.m. just north of the in-. CHLROKEL, IA. - A recent tersection ^ ,j. s . Highway 6 and! , "There was sheep wool on ^...„ difficult to make a plaster cast the gromd where , hey appar . , y stock _ print of tire tracks from a ently had parked thejr , ruck ,. Thcre a|lp morp and morf) heavily loaded vehicle in mud- indicating they had been haul- farmers going l.o branding check of old ordinances m,i owa Highway 191. The truck; a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays and dy ground. ing some sheep " stock in this area now. hut we Cherokee has revealed thai it is'driver, Richard Flora, 20, of: Sundays. Bowers says,' "and "What really makes our job Howard then went to the ex- need the set-op statewide lo against the law to whistle at'Rapid City. S D., was treated i closes earlier if nobody at- difficult U that all of the , pense of installing a heavy gate, really be effective." girls. at a local hospital and released, tends." PET INCORPORATED An officer saw a man running from the club at that time and followed him, firing a shot in the air. He said the man continued to run, and police could not fire again he- cause they were in a residential area. Police said thev heard what. * * * Pet, Inc., has come up with a unique way of personalizing its advertisements in the Des Moines Register and Tribune. According to Bill Nelson, a full- page rid this week will include an aerial photograph of Dos Moines and feature seven Pet products and seven coupons worth from 5 to 10 cents towards the purchase.of these items. * * * The J. B. Williams Co. is introducing a new product—Proslim,* a 7-day reducing wafer—in today's Picture Magazine section of the Sunday Register. The advertising copy states that "regardless of weight, regardless of shape, Proslim will let you lose weight in 7 days." Two additional ads arc scheduled for August in Picture Magazine. * * * "Sweet Saving" headlines the. Swift & Co. Allsweet Margarine advertisement that will appear in the July 30 Tribune and July 31 Register. Les' Neumann, district manager, says that the "savings" aspect will be a 7-cent coupon that will appear in the ad. According to Neumann, the ad will be repeated in August. * * * Hudson Floyd, Des Moines district manager for United Fruit Sales Corp., reminds consumers that there, is a new look, for Chiquita Bananas. Instead of just one skin, Chiquita Bananas now have two. The second is a bag of bruise-resistant plastic that means fresher bananas for you. News of this new packaging reached lowans this past week in a large advertisement in the daily Register and Tribune. Floyd points out that Chiquita Bananas are the only ones with the "second skin." * * * Beer Tavern Converts to Art Center It now houses the Log Cabin ! Art Center, a i local show* place for art. It' also is the home of the Long Hot Summer Film Club. The conversion hasn't increased the building's popularity much, treasurer of the art association Frank Bowers re- "So far traffic through the gallery has not been overwhelming. Last Saturday a dozen people came through. ''Half of those were looking for beer." The gallery is open from 10 i Thp Spoas Co. is continuing thpir affgvp.Ksivp nrlvprt.ising schedule in the Register and Tribune to promote the well-known Speas Brand Vinegar. The R. S. Prewitt Co., brokers for Speas Vinegar, urges housewives to check these ads and learn new ways to use Speas Vinegar in meal preparation. The advertising cam- paipn will continue through October, * * * Peter Pan Peanut Butter can be purchased at 10 cents less per jar with a coupon that will appear in an advertisement in the Register and Tribune the first week in August. The ad asks that "the real peanut butter please stand up" and Peter Pan, the one with the coupon offer and "the grownup taste" that's so creamy that "it almost spreads itself" takes the upright spotlight. * * * Kraft Foods' continuing promotion of its many fine products continues Aug. 10 in the Picture Magazine section of the Sunday Register. A full - page, full - color advertisement that day will feature Kraft Italian Salad Dressing, reports Bob Lehnherr, Milan, 111., Kraft district manager.

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