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10 / 069 MOINM Sat., Aug. 30, 1975 FORD TO FLY IN CHEAPER PLANE By JAMES WEIGHART © New Yark Newt WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Ford will make political appearances in Maine and Rhode Island today, but he will leave Air Force One at home and fly in a small government JetStar to save the Republican, Party money, the White House said Friday. Press Secretary Ron Nessen said that the GOP will be billed $3,100 for the 1,048-mile round trip on the JetStar which costs $889 per hour to operate. But the American taxpayer will not escape scot free because the government will have to foot the bill, at the rate of $1,004 per hour, for flying th* President's "non-political" staff and Secret Service guards to Augusta, Maine, and Providence, R.I., aboard a government DC-9. However, Deputy White House Press Secretary William Greener said that if Mr. Ford used Air Force One, which costs $2,200 per hour to operate, and charged off part of the cost to the GOP, the total paid by the government would still be larger. Greener did not deny the obvious, however, which is that the taxpayers would have saved the entire cost of the trip if Mr. Ford simply stayed home. Off the Record TRAVEL INC. Obituaries "And just *hen you'rr beginning in think von rnn't lake anymore, *ve provide a free day righl in ihe middle of the lour." DECISIONS OF HIGH COURT Here are the opinions handed down Friday by the Iowa Supreme Court: . Muscatlne District Court - - state vs. Mavnard, post-conviction relief, affirmed. Jasper - Dodd vs. State, oost-con- viction relief, reversed and remanded. Warren — Newman vs. City of In- dlanola, electrical services dispute, affirmed. Jackten — Hansen vs. Chapln, damage suit, affirmed. Clinton — State vs. Droste, drunken driving conviction, reversed and remanded. Woodbury — state vs. Frazler, sentence appeal, reversed and remanded. Adair — Estate of Crozier, lost will, affirmed. Seott — Simklns vs. City of Davenport, condemnation, affirmed. — Estate of Spencer, separate Charles Honce of AP is dead NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Charles E. Honce, 79, long-time Associated Press executive and former Iowa newspaperman, died Friday in Lenox Hill Hospital. Honce organized the AP's coverage of many stories, including the St. Valentine's Day massacre in Chicago, the Morro Castle ship fire and the Lindbergh baby kidnaping. He began as a $14-a-week reporter for the Keokuk, la. Constitution-Democrat and worked on the Burlington, la. Gazette and the Des Moines Capital before joining the AP in Chicago in 1919. He later served as AP's central division news editor, general news editor and assistant general manager. He retired in 1953. He is survived by his wife, Emanuella, and a sister, Bess Harrison, of Peoria, 111. , wills, affirmed in part, reversed In part. Webster — Mate vs. Johnson, robbery, affirmed. Wayne — Atlantic Veneer Corp. vs Sears, promissory note, affirmed. Marlon — Rodgers vs. Rodsers, mar- naqe dissolution, affirmed. Polk — State vs. Oppedal, drug conviction, reversed and remanded. Clinton — Doyle vs. Sutton, motion to dismiss, case remanded. Clinton— Callahan vs. Sutton, motion to dismiss, case remanded. Poweshiek — state v s. Dunham, conviction appeal, affirmed. Des Moines Municipal Court — State vs. Young, drunken driving, affirmed. Hamilton District court — Bertrand vs. Glen Falls Insurance Co., insurance coverage, reversed and remanded. Humboldt — state vs. Buckley, speedy trial, reversi Linn — ~ father's ri . and remanded. nolle Charities vs. Zalesky, , Pottawa 1 shts In at ittamlt — adoption, reversed. State vs. Montgomery, assault case dismissal, reversed and remanded. L|nn — Slate vs. Parrlsh, sentence flu- peal, affirmed. Wins award in art show By A STAFF WRITER WATERLOO, IA. — Jeffrey Kohl of West Union has won the award for the best-of-sjjow exhibit in the ninth annual First Iowa Television Art Show, sponsored by the Black Hawk Broadcasting Co. of Waterloo. Kohl's acrylic painting Industry" won over 295 other entries in the competition judged by Ray Frederick of Marshalltown. Receiving honorable mentions were entries by Loren Clark of Cedar Falls, Robert Bauer of Middle Amana, Marie Cook of Cedar Falls, Raymond Benter of Adel, Steve Shock of Water- Walters, ex-R and T editor, dies Basil L, (Stuffy) Walters, 79, a former managing editor of The Des Moines Register and Tribune and later a top edit o r with the Knight Newspapers chain and the Chicago Daily News, died Fri- rl a y of an apparent heart attack at a hospital in Frankfort, Ind. Mr. Wallers farm near Frankfort in 1961 and there operated a consulting service for newspapers. Mr. Walters began his newspaper career in 1915 as a re! porter for the Richmond, Ind., WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - j Palladium-Item. He became The U.S. Department of Health,'telegraph editor of the Indian- DENY CHICAGO SCHOOL AID BASIL L. WALTERS retired to his Education and Welfare (HEW) apolis Star in 1920 and then joined the Milwaukee Journal Friday said it has turned down: in 1921. for the third year in a row an Dcs Mo , ncs Posts application for nearly $7.9 mil-j lion in federal aid to Chicago, GLENN D. McCOY Services will be at 1 p.m. today at the Dahlstrom Funeral Home for Glenn D. McCoy, 77, of 1321 Clark St., who died Thursday at home of a heart attack. Burial will be a t Greenwood Friends Cemetery. Born In Glid- d e n , Mr. McCoy lived in Des Moines for 35 years and worked as a car- III. schools. HEW reportedly rejected Chi- pcnter until his retirement. Survivors include his wife, Selina; three sons, Earl B., E. Gene and Donald, all of Des Moines; two daughters, Mrs. Carol Seley of Ankeny, and Mrs. Lois Wininger of Des Moines; 15 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. HELEN L. WHITTINGTON The Register's Iowa Newt Service DE WITT, IA. — Services for Mrs. Helen L. Whittington, 65, of De Witt, who died Thursday at a De Witt hospital, will be He joined The Des Moines i at 8 p.m. today at the McGinnis Register and Tribune in 1928 and worked as news editor of The Tribune and assistant man- cago's request for the grant be- j a g i n g editor before being cause of failure to implement named managing editor in 1930 an effective bilingual teaching program for the city's 6,261 students who don't speak English and because of alleged racial discrimination in teacher placement. HEW officials also told Chicago school authorities old and apparently irrelevant information had been submitted in the application. HEW officials said the financially strapped school system made no effort to reverse the federal agency's action by asking for a hearing. In the rejection letter, HE\f authorities said Chicago's application contained information from the 1972-73 school year when later data was needed. In a letter of response, Deputy School Supt. Manford Byrd jr. denied the charges. He said the charge that the needs of bilingual children aren't being met apparently is based on partial information, and he said the data requested by federal officials "is unreasonable." loo, and Hampton. Ken Anderson of D.M. man wins new trial on marijuana charge The le^m Supreme Court has granted a new trial to a Des Moines man convicted of possession of marijuana with intent to sell. Darrell Dean Oppedal maintained in his appeal that Polk County District Judge Harry Perkins erred in admitting into evidence marijuana that police had seized from a visitor outside his apartment in March, 1974. The prosecution had used the three pounds of marijuana to support its charge that Oppedal was a dealer in marijuana. Police said they also seized eight small bags from within Oppedal's apartment during a search. held that Dodd is entitled to a hearing on the motions.because he had not been notified that the lower court intended to dismiss them and should have been given the chance to argue them. Upholds denial of lie test A defendant does not have a constitutional right to take a lie detector test for court evidence, the Iowa Supreme Court held Friday. Daniel Allen Maynard appealed his 10-year prison sentence on a breaking and entering conviction on the basis he was denied his right to take a house. Oppedal argued that he had j lie detector test. Maynard ar- suffered guilt by association be- j gued that because some prose- cause the large bag of mari- cutors agree to admit poly- juana had been seized outside graph examination results, all his apartment and not in his I defendants have a constitutional right to a polygraph test. The court ruled that because polygraph tests "have not attained such scientific acceptance as to be admissible as evidence over the objection of a party, such tests are not to be ordered over the state's objection." The decision upholds a ruling hy Muscatine County District Judge Max Werling. New hearing is ordered A man charged wth murder in 1955 has won his Iowa Supreme Court appeal for a post- conviction hearing. The court ordered the new hearing for Thomas A, Dodd, who appealed a Jasper County Police upheld on District Court action. Dodd was sentenced to life |' , . imprisonment after a guilty | entering' home plea in 1955. He won a new trial in 1972 on the ground that a competency hearing should Suit filed in tower collapse The Register's Iowa Ntws Service CEDAR RAPIDS, IA - Another suit was filed Friday in connection with the collapse of the KCRG-TV transmitting tower near Walker Oct. 3, 1973, which killed five workers. A $2-million damage suit was filed in U.S. District Court here on behalf of the families of two victims, Thomas McGlaun of Garland, N.C., and Dempsey Clark of Mobile, Ala. The damages are sought from Dresser Industries of Columbus, Ohio, which the petition says was the company that designed, manufactured, assembled and sold the tower. Five other defendants are listed as "John Does" in the petition. The petition alleges they were involved in production of the tower. There are four other suits on file in connection with (he tower collapse. Two hepatitis cases in C.R. The Reiister's Iowa News Service CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - City officials here Friday said two confirmed cases of hepatitis have been diagnosed among employes of the city's sanitation department within the past month. The first case was reportec about four weeks ago and another worker came down with hepatitis last week. As a result, officials Friday gave gamma globulin shots to the 60 workers in the department as a preventive measure. , Officials said there is no wide The Iowa Supreme Court Kri-j outbreak of the disease in the day reaffirmed the right of po-! C edar Rapids area, but they lH0nplTm ' Ses . toliakeihave been He was appointed editor of the Minneapolis (Minn.) Star in 1937, and later executive editor and vice-president of the merged Minneapolis Star-Journal and Tribune. In 1944 he became executive editor of Knight Newspapers, Inc., then composed of the Detroit (Mich.) Free Press, the Akron (Ohio) Beacon-Journal and the Miami (Fla.) Herald. When he became editor of the Chicago Daily News in 1959, the paper was losing money, but it became a profitable operation and a Pulitzer Prize-winner under Mr. Walters. He was known for his energy and infectious enthusiasm. One long-time Register and Tribune employe recalls that the only time in his career he has heard an editor "actually shout "Stop the presses!" — as is done in movies — it was Mr. Walters. He emphasized local news, and to increase the number of articles in the paper, he insisted on shorter and more tightly edited stories. His outlook changed with the times, and in 1955, he told a meeting of editors: "The definition of local news used to be something that would make a reader say, 'Gee, look what happened to the girl next door.' But the modern definition is something that will make a reader say, 'Gee, look what happened to the boy next door — in Korea.'" Mr. Walters got the nickname "Stuffy" as a youngster playing sandlot baseball i in Frankfort. His style reminded other players of Stuffy Mclnnis, star first baseman with the Philadelphia Athletics. Honorary Degrees During his career, Mr. Walters served as chairman of the Associated Press Managing Editors Association and president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. He received an honorary doctor of laws degree from Indiana University, and the University of Arizona awarded him the Peter Zenger Award for outstanding contributions to freedom of the press. He was elect ed to the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame in 1973. Survivors include his wife, Reah. Funeral services are being arranged at Goodwin Funeral Home in Frankfort. Funeral Home here. She was an Iowa State University Extension Service home economist for more than 35 years, and served as the Clinton County 'Extension home economist from 1945 until she retired in 1972. She previously had been the Marshall County Extension home economist. Mrs. Whittington was past president of the Iowa Extension Home Economists and past president of the National Association of .Extension Home Economists. She was the recipient of many national citations as a home economist. Survivors include a sister and two brothers. DeWITTE E. COYLE Services will be at 2 p.m Sunday at the Webster-Kale Funeral Home in Osceola for DeWitte E. Coyle, 53, of 339 S.E. Park Ave., who was found dead at his home Friday. Dr. R. C. Wooters, Polk County medical examiner, ruled the death a suicide from a drug overdose. Born in Osceola, Mr. Coyle lived in Des Moines for about 20 years. He was a retired barber and was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, La JURY: 'NO-BILL' IN SHOOTING By JACK HOVELSON Retliter Jte'f Writer WATERLOO, IA. - A Waterloo supermarket co-owner will not face criminal charges for shooting a 15-year-old alleged shoplifter outside the store. A Black Hawk County grand jury Friday returned a "no bill" (no criminal indictment) after investigating the alleged shooting by Jerry G. Temple, jr., 30, of Cedar Falls. Police said Temple shot Cornell Hoosman of Waterloo-ln the leg on Aug. 5 after the and. two .companions allegedly had taken a package of luncheon meat from Temple supermarket near the downtown east side business district in Waterloo. Prior to the shooting, according to police reports, the youths scuffled with employes inside the store and then ran outside. Moments later, one of the youths, believed to be Hoosman, came back inside the store and hit Temple's father, Jerryrsr.rSOron the head with a bottle. The younger Temple pursued Hoosman outside and fired the shot at him, police said. Temple was charged with as* sault with intent to commit great bodily injury, but the charge was set aside last week in district court here on a motion by Temple's attorney. The case then was referred to the grand jury which interviewed 11 persons, including the Temples and Hoosman. Hoosman has been charged with shoplifting in connection Deaths SWANSOM — sei Jwinsar, - ••• -• P.M. at Piintraf MKPKID .. Services for (Uieh )1 M Mturdfiv. 1:3.0 IM>jJI M Seti at TO Sunberi- ral Home. TnN cemttary . WMifcli I KirkMtrick rment Mt. SHOEMAN — ... ... M. Shoemen, will be held at the convenience of fh« family, Saturday P.M. interment waukee Ade. Stamps, Coin? WANTBP -.U.S..Silver Aftf «id -COInS.- AH tieflii) services Offered __NO.IIJ>l>ING I NEEpeD ... Free XXX Movies on Video Tape while waiting. Gigantic closed circuit T.V. screens. 5209 2nd Ave. Call for Information 244-3531 mele. FOUND M"U I K Y"*TVPE doa^T'jifr HUSKY, black end white, found In Keren Acres in Urbandele. m- wttfi the incident. He was treated at a hospital here for the gunshot wound in his upper left leg. The Temple supermarket has been closed the past week following an early morning fire in a refrigeration-storage area of the building. Road rest slop The Reiister'i Iowa News Service Vonne; a daughter, Ann Weiss j lne motorists. of Des Moines; and a sister, Jcanette Wetzler, and a brother, Clifford, both of Osceola. PERRY, IA. — Free coffee, soft drinks, and cookies will be served by the Mid-Iowa Channel Jammers Citizens Band Radio Club in conjunction with the Jerry Lewis Telethon throughout the Labor Day weekend at the junction of Iowa Highway 141 and U.S. Highway 169 east of Perry as a public service for JOSEPH P. FRANK The Realtor's Iowa News Service CARROLL. IA. — Services for Joseph P. Frank, 80. who died Thursday at a Carroll hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Lawrence Catholic Church here. He operated a plumbing and heating firm in Carroll for 35 years before he retired. Survivors include his wife, two daughters, a son, seven grandchildren, five great- grandchildren, three brothers and two sisters. JAMES V. HAUSER ELLEN LOUISE HAUSER The Reelster's Iowa News Service ELDORA, IA. — Services for James V. and Ellen Louise Hauser, both 51, of Eldora, who were killed in a car-truck crash Thursday near Bondurant, will he at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the First Methodist Church in Eldora. Their survivors include a son and two daughters. Mr. Hauser is also also survived by a sister. to trace the source of infection of the two confirmed cases. have been held and he sub-! arrests, within certain limits. sequently pleaded guilty to an ! i n appealing his robbery con- amended charge of second-de- j viction from Webster County, < gree murder. Russell C. Johnson claimed evi- "~ In 1974, Dodd filed a motion dence seized from his home RabJ6S Victim to vacate judgment on the during his arrest was taken il-;, legally. ]' The Supreme Court upheld the! LOS ANGELES. ground that there were proce dural errors in his 1972 trial. He i still in coma CALIF. also asked for court-appointed introduction of- the evidence,! (AP) — A 16-year-old Mexican counsel. The lower motions on Dodd had already post-conviction relief OFFICIAL PUBLICATION (R-41B1-D LT.ROPOLITAN Notice Is hereby given that the Des Mqnes Metropolitan Transit Authority will receive sealed bids at the otfiee of High Shreet, Des the Authority, 2320 Hig , Moines, Iowa 50312 until 4:00 p.m. on Septem*-r 8, 1975 for shop equipment items as fallows: D-l One (1) Magnetic Particle Inspec tion D-2 One tion Machine 3ne (1) 1500 Crane. Kwlk-V .. Ihs. Capacity Mobile k-Way Model K-1500 or .,. Approved Eaual Bids shall be accompanied by eddl if'PcatloSs? - r ' ?is -* ! - de ^' le 4- ln --'*•• * pee . shall,be directed'to'The letrooolltan Transit Author. Street^ Des MoTnes, Iowa 50312, and boldly endorsed on the out- S '"SEAL|[? e BiD - SHOP EQUIPMENT" ottice of" the Transit*Aufiiorltv V at "lO.-OO a.m. on September 9, 1975, at 2320 Hfoh street. Des Moines. (owe 50312. August 27, 1975 The terms of payment shall be: 1. Total bid price based on payment terms of net thirty (30) days after acceptance of each shop equipment item. 2. Extended bid price Is for payments made thirty-one (31) or more days after acceptance of the shop equipment Item. This protect is sublect to the terms of a Financial Assistance Contract between the Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority and the United States Department of Transportation, Project No. 1A-03- 0012-1. The Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority reserves the right to relect any or all bids. Deaths A CARD OF THANKS published In The Register and Tribune is a fitting way to express vour appreciation of floral tribute;,, gifts and other kindnesses. Cell 284-1141 for si ingested messages. 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Ted Yeager—Find, Box 462. Des Moines. Iowa. 50302 Merry Christmas • Use Live Music for your Holiday Party LOW RATES FOR AUTO Motorcycles—Home Owners INSURANCE. Also for standard, canceled or refected persons. Im- medleta SR-22 filings. E-Z pay Plan. Mike Ananla Ins. 407 Court Ave. Des Moines. la. 343-8*64, REV. WALTER SCHILLING The Register's Iowa News Service GRINNELL, IA. - Services for the Rev. Walter E. Schilling, 89, retired Congregational pastor, who died Friday at the Mayflower Home here, will be •at 2 p.m. Sunday at the United Church of Christ Congregational. The Rev. Mr. Schilling served paslorages in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Hawaii and Iowa, including Truro, Milchellville and Riceville. Survivors include his 'wife, a son, six grandchildren, five great-grand-! Luthera " <*"«* he [ e ; S " rvi - vors include two daughters, five LLOYD T. GRAHAM The Register's Iowa News Service AUDUBON, IA. - Services for Lloyd T. Graham, 85, re-| tired lumberyard manager, who died Thursday at a hospital | here, will be at 3 p.m. today at the First Presbyterian Church here. Survivors include a daughter, a brother, five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. MRS. ADOLPHCHRISTENSEN The Reelster's Iowa News Service AUDUBON, IA. - Services for Mrs, AdQlph Christensen, 73, of Audubon, who died at home Friday, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Our Saviour's GL Gllll LIGAN - Services for John T llgan of 6301 Sherrlc AM Frid or John k will 10:30 AM Friday at St. Plus X Catholic Church, Interment Resthaven Cemetery, Rosary 7:30 PM Thursday at the Westover Funeral Home. children and two sisters, Mrs. Irving L. Baumgartner of Des Moines. ARCHIE DONALD The Register's Iowa News Service AFTON, IA. — Services grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, two brothers and four sisters. MRS. LLOYD MAYES ; The Register's Iowa News Service for; CLARION, IA. - Services for saying the key fact was the! girl suffering from rabies en- court denied his officers' right to enter John- tered her second week in a | Archie Donald, 73, retired Afton! Mrs. Lloyd Mayes, 78, of Clari-j the ground thai son's homn without a search; coma Friday but doctors hoped I truck driver and garage owner,; on, who died Wednesday ati received warrant. In its unanimous opin-; s h e would become strongjwho died Wednesday at home, j Springfield, 111., will be at 1:30| when he ion. the court riled several fed-; enough to fight off the almost i will be at 10:30 a.m. today atjp.m. today at the Congrega-j gained the 1972 retrial. It said'eraI cases in which private I always fatal disease. Health of-i the Stroud Funeral Home in Af- tional Church here. Survivors that because of that, there was hnmes have been entered with-| ficials said there have been j ton. Survivors include his wife, include her husband, two sons, nn need to consider his request out warrants when (here is 1 only two reported cases of : a son; a daughter; Mrs. Donald ! a daughter, two sisters, 11 probable cause lo make an ar-; people surviving rabies once its; Dory of West Des Moines, and t grandchildren and 18 great- JOHNSON — Services for Mrs. Lucille Johnson of 3841 East Fourteenth Street, will be Saturday, 11 A.M. at the Funeral Home. Interment Highland Memory Gardens. GRANDVIEW FUNERAL HOME 2AM652 3211 Hubbell McCOY — ServlceV"fTr~GTenrrD. McCoy of 1321 Clark, will be 1 P.M. Saturday at the Funeral Home, Interment Greenwood Friends Cemetery. DAHLSTROM SERVICE WADSWORTH — Services for Gerald J. (Jerry) Wadsworth, of 3000 Grand Ave., will be Saturday at 11 AM at Dunn's on Grand. Intprment Masnnic Cemetery. Services Scheduled Hamilton's Funeral Home SATURDAY ^FOROE H. 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