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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 HANON A, WtAlHt. M *vET?eW AMTrraSw  Motorist Carrying Three  —Gasoline—  (Continued from Page I.)  Hitchhikers Kills Himself  f;har| <' sto "- siUaticndant wn-  ham Dees rationed his custom-said Baker fled after being ers to $2 worth of gasoline. .stopped by police who became!    Pulls    Gun  suspicious when thev noticed  TIJUUMCARI, N. M. (UPI) -A man ended a wild police chase Monday by putting a gun to his head inside his- moving| his car had Texas dealer license car and killing himself in front plates.  of three horrified hitchhikers. His wife told authorities she Officers said William Baker, had not seen him since hr 29, of Fort Worth, Texas, trig- home .Saturday to go to his job| gored a revolver he held against at a car lot. The 1974 auto ho  One Irate patron pulled a gun, got a full tank arid left, Dees said.  Jjouis Mikulka, an Exxon dealer and president of the Connecticut Gasoline Fletailers up after  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Jan. I, 1974  JA  Oh WfMMtMOlCX ASI ®  .//* SMOWf  mtmm,  Snow  All!  MOW  Snow is expected region, changing to expected. A frigid  tonight across tho lower portions of the Rockies rain in the New Mexico area. Elsewhere, mostly fair air mass will engulf the major part of the nation.  and Plains weather  Revelers on Rampage; 34 Nabbed; 6 Officers Hurt  MIAMI BEACH (UPI) — Po-irests. Most cf the 27 arrested at  lice in Miami Beach and Fort (Fort Lauderdale Beach were  Lauderdale Beach had to use charged wittf inciting to riot and  tear gas early Tuesday to break resisting arrest. One Fort Lau-  up rowdy crowds of young New derdale policeman was injured  Year’s revelers who spilled onto when struck by a brick.  the streets and began blocking Sheriff’s deputies blockaded  traffic: and smashing car win- several blocks of Collins avenue  dows.    in Miami Beach “to allow the  At least 94 persons were ar- celebrants to vent their emo-  it., „ ai .    uni    n,- rested and six police officers t i o n s , ’ ’ sheriff’s spokesman  The car    was stopped on the    he said. I had nothing hut    ar-    . '     D  .......  .    ....    I'    •    L,.r*.or.io»»    were    slightly    injured.    Ralph Page said.  western outskirts of Tucumcari guments.     J    J   because    of the plates, Moore    Mikulka rationed sales but > Police at both resorts said the But he said that when the  said. He    said the driver told    said he finally called police to 'trouble began .shortly after mid- M i a rn i Beach merrymakers  authorities he could clear the    I settle an argum- nt, then closed night when young people began began smashing auto and motel  ownership question and was fob the station    pouring out of    bars and night    windows, assaulting pedestrians  I    Mr    and    Mrs.    Marvin Skala,    lowing officers to the police sta-l There were also    some reports    spots. In both    places, officers    and attempting to overturn  12436 Victoria    drive SW,    parents    *i° n  when    he suddenly veered    of price gouging on Monday.    ,estimated the crowd at 3,000. cars, deputies moved in and  I of the    city’s    first-born    in 1974    across the    highway median and    In Miami, police said inves- Fort Lauderdale Polic e Chief began making arrests.  won t    have any baby-sitting Hod with    the hitchhikers still in    tigators, acting on complaints, Leo Callahan said the crowd Page said the deputies were  I problems.    the car.    found a Direct Oil station selling repeatedly ignored police orders bombarded with rocks and bot-  Baby    boy Skala is the    couple’s!    The auto sideswiped a truck    gas for $1 a gallon.    to disperse and began blocking ties and police finally unleashed  !second    child    Big sister,    Cheryl,    pulling a    load of antique cars    The manager, who refused to traffic, assaulting pedestrians three tear gas grenades to dis-  , s  i4    and cut across a gasoline ser-ibe identified,    said:    “I    only    and smashing car windows.    perse the crowd. Police at  I    The    year’s    first-born arrived    vice station and a couple of came up here    to    do    my    hooks’:    Callahan said    that, when tho    Miami Beach made seven ar  tus head in front of the hitch-(was driving belonged to the lot,I^ ssn  ’  St,ld tie  °P ( n(  hikers riding with him.    (Moore    said.  ..lire Chief J. Bronson Moore    Sideswipes    Truck    ,    , AnH    t)1 , y     ,    „ id> ..  he  receiving Hie first truckload of his .January allocation.  ‘ Arid boy I’m  Skalds' Seco rid Child Is First In C. R. for  is  Policeman: To  I at 2:29 a m. at St. tai. He weighed : pounds.  Skala is a mechanic I and Co.  at Wilson  Tho Weather  High temper alure* Monday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation  Anchorage    22    ti    I. Angeles    63    48 OS  Atlanta    ti    45 7.48    Miami    SO    73  Bismarck -13-31 Min'apolis -5 -78 Chicago    70    3    N. Orleans    81    43 SO  Denver    14    -4    New York    33    33 .IS  Duluth ..    -7    •7>    Phoenix    63    45  Honolulu    78    71    .67    SeaMle    43    38  Houston    68    33    Washington    43    39 .SO  atian, 85. Services Thursday ut 1:30 at Turner west in Cedar Rapids. Burial: Oakwood cemetery, Shellsburg.  Lisbon -- Heston Phelps, 79. Morgan’s.  Williamsburg Henry Hild, 87. iMcSvviggin-Uhlmann.  Extended Outlook Chance of snow Thursday and Friday. Clearing Friday night and fair on Saturday. Highs in the teens and 20s. Lows between zero and ten above.  C. R. Weather  High Monday ............  l»w overnight  IO a.m. Tuesday .......  Rainfall............  Total for Jan...........  Normal for Jan........  Normal through Jan. .. .  Total for 1974 ............  .Barometer, rising .....  Humidity at IO a m  Memorial Services  Smith, George K. — 1:3() p.m. Wednesday at the Bcatty-Beurle chapel by Robert Myron and Mizpah lodge. Burial: Linwood cemetery. All Master Masons are asked to meet at Beatty-Beurle chapel at 1:15 p.m. for set vices.  Luke’s hospi-l vacant  fields before the chase!and walk my dog. I can’t help it nearly ninej came  *° ** s ,ra S* c  conclusion. if they don’t leave.”  Moore said the man pulled his However, one motorist said he revolver and shot himself while saw the man pump gas and the car was going 40 miles an I heard him tell drivers who re-hour in an open field and the 1  fused to pay $1 a gallon to “get r* I r* vehicle continued another IOO the hell out.” ueiy wraer IO (Jtticers ri e DIX ’feet before it hit a railroad em-  I     r     J*  1     bankmen?    IHS Investigating  Close -starion Charges Against    “Shook    Up”    Police    said the Internal Ileve-  CIUCAGO (AP) - A police ! Yoiinn Mn+nrUl  Moore said none of the hitch '  nue Service >  whlch enforces  man owns the Chicago service    ^    hikers was hurt. “But they were Phase 4 restrictions on retail  .station closed by federal court! Six traffic charges have been certainly shook up.” He iden- pricing, was informed of the  order for requiring customers filed against a 16-year-old youth tilied them as Charles Bell, 18. complaints.  |to buy a rabbit’s foot and form following a chase that reached and Carl Bryson, 23. both of New York IRS officials repcrt-  for writing a will to get five speeds of 60 miles per hour Lubbock, Texas, and Dennis I cd hundreds of calls about price  crowd refused to disperse, po- rests on charges ranging from lice used a “limited amount of inciting to riot to disorderly con-  tear gas” and began making ar-  duc *-  In both resorts, it took officers about two hours to restore  order.  Detroit’s First Murder of 1974 Takes I Minute  gallons of gasoline.    (shortly after midnight Tuesday.  -•Patrolman S a rn McBride.    Charged was Michael J.  owner of McBride Super Shell Rozek, 3259 Bever circle SE. Service, said Monday that he    Police officers said they start-1*"  would keep the .station open in:  ec j chasing the car in the 2000 defiance of the order signed by    block of    First    avenue NE and  lU.S. District Judge William    halted it    after    it hit    a parked  V*vra, Clara savel — Grave-! Jauer      city owne( } truck in the 2300  10*30 °    nr*    ^ n ^ erna ^    Revenue    Se    r    vicejblock of A avenue NE.  -9 Joseph E. McCabe.Friends may I  agentj ! ^ (,t thc cour( order Sun -'i  The  y° uth  was charged with fl one  call at Turner east until 9 p.m.| (la y  ni g«* because McBride ad- .speeding, illegal use of a Tu<‘day.    ^    jverlised five gallons of “ire: 1 ’' driver’s license, resisting an of-  Reeder, Dorothy    I urner igasoline to motorists who paid fieer, improper driving when  $10 50 for a rabbit’s foot and j approached by an emergency Dysart cemetery. Friends may| a  ^ urni  ^ or  writing a last will vehicle and two counts of driv-call at Turner east until 11:30 and testament, authorities said.; jug on the wrong side of the *  n V    Wednesday.    The    casket j They said drivers could not    road. *  a %\ .un    not    bi    open afb r    the     1  - j get the fuel without buying the    During    the chase a    squad car  4  -121  Merriss. 24. of Cincinnati The chief said Patrick Chrisman cf Albuquerque reported he was driving behind Baker’s ar and saw him pick up the hitchhikers west of Amarillo, Texas.  Chrisman told police the  gouging, some of which were accurate, they said.  The shortage of gas was even affecting some emergency services.  Police in Buffalo, N Y., cut 15 of the 60 vehicles from a i “sentry program” in which of-  —Israel—  (Continued from Page I.)  DKT ROI r (IPI) — Detroit re- f rom  forming a crowd for the corded its first homicide of the Arab gunners to shoot at. new year at one minute past    ,,    . . . .. .  midnight Tuesday — only hours    Municipal    Votes  after the city ended 1973 with a Municipal elections were also record 750 homicides.    held Monday, and the govern-  Police said a stray bullet, ap-  nie nt was disappointed by the parently tired by a New Year response among the Arabs of celebrant, struck and killed Jerusalem, which Israel Gerald Johnson, 46. as he seized from Jordan in the 1967 walked along a street at 12:01  war and sa y s  will never relin- a m     quish. Only IO percent of tho  Two more homicides were re-! ^3,000 eligible voted, ported within six hours.     1     Teddy Kollek, Jerusalems  Police said a gunman in a blunt, autocratic mayor for the  0  1.51 chapel east at noon Wednesday J ! J.511 by Dr. Arnold Herbst. Burial:!  0  driver picked up a lone hitch-1 fleers took their prowl cars   1  »k«r first — presumably Mer- home. Five of 200 regular patrol 1  ------  ,    -------- --- -  nac *  o ; 0 ht v*>arc w*  riss - and then stopped for the cars were also left in the park-' cruising car shot and ki,,ed Karl   th ,  other two a quarter-mile farther jng lot.     PflC,mQn    7<1    ac    ine    L ‘ aDonies   along the highway.  Wind direction and velocity at I Y lce * Mrs. Heeder is survived, ,  'bv her husband in addition tujk ,H ” JV   Drummer Urqes Naming L'dybuo National Insect  was re-elected.  Bestman, 73, as he wiped snow  nui iru;  i-aoonies suffered a  In New York Cite Actine Po  ot ^ the windshield of his car ^ ard  blow in ?l Aviv, the In New York City Acting Po-, leaving a New Year’* country’s biggest city that here- ce  < omrrassioner Paul Camck  al < r    M Y(d ‘ **  tofore has been  Labor’s power  base.  has been Labor’s Political novice Shlomo a recently re-  Gazette weather station at IO a m. NW at IO m p h.  Sun rises Wednesday, 7:35; sun sets, 4:46.  Year Ago Today — High 24; low, 15; rainfall, none.  Births — Sr. Luke's  Dec. 31 — To the  received minor damage when it  those previously listed.    j    McBride,    who    said he would j  wa s hit by the fleeing vehicle. CHICAGO (UPI) — Chicago  Mitchell, James M. — Turner i c | ose  bis station on Sundays I Police released the driver on jazz drummer Al Carter made Wedn*sday°by the Rev Rohm  from IW)W on ’ denied he had sold I a  signed promise to appear im his resolution for 1974 early L. Bouton. Burial:    Fairfax    (gasoline at gouger s prices. “I court after filing the charges. Tuesday — he sent a telegram    .  cemetery. Friends may call at I was giving it away,” he said.    - to President Nixon suggesting  ,e(, ” n °H)g> scientist ^ur. J nom  Capt Fred Rice of the fxiiiee Cedar Rapids Rites  that the  ladybug he e where McBride is as-     c £    D  ,     QQ     as the national insect.   L - o "|signed said the patrolman’s ac-| * 0r  “alo man, ojj “They’re always talking about  said a fuel conservation    pro  or .m    wq.: limier u/av    rnii    Police also    reported    the shoot-.....  gicim    wtL> under wa>    lo    cm    ,    ...    ...    I aha? of    I ikuH  fawn    on iHlino onainoc    rniikp    >ng    death Of    a    Woman,    Johnnie    ^    ,    LJfvuu,  down on idling engines, make | J     tireti    armv     general,    won    14  greater use of scooters and put " ar per, zo.     h     council    while  more officers on foot patrol. The homicide total for the old “    incumtent.    Mayor  * * *     ye fu f  r ad T‘,. ,a#  '?'*  Monday ;Yehoshua Rabmovitch, got only  For those    looking for ways    to    with the shooting of a woman,    j|  make their    gas take them fur-    the sixth victim of violence re-___  thor. Massachusetts Institute    of    ported bv police Monday.    ,    _  The previous one year hi K h     Van  Nostrand    To Be  Reed suggests adding wood f or  homicides was 693 in 1972. At Energy Meeting  Turner west.    I    Copt    Fred    Rice    of    the    police-Cedar Raoids Rites that the ladybug be established  a ;    suggests    adding    wood     for  homicides was 693 in 1972  Dalh w. Betty Winnfield - district where McBride is    as-  r     ,     n  .    ..     Q c as the national insect.    alcohol to gasoline. Methanol That figure was    surpassed early,:  families of pm W^neX'fbf • ---?lsi«ned said the natrcdman's Set    for    Palo Man,    85, -Thev re alwav, talking    ahopt 'he common wood alcohol used  jn  December.  Dr.  Cify Briefs  Woman injured In C. R. Crash  Fred G. I'ntrrsrii, route I, I White. Burial: Oak Hill  Cedar Rapids, a daughter; Mit- tory. Friends may cull at by the department, rhell Farris, 4017 Soutter ave- Turner east until 9 p.m. Tues-j Hue SE, a son; John M. Fan- day and at the church from lolling, Solon, a son    a rn. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.;  Jan. I — To the families of The casket will not be opened Marvin Skala. 2430 Victoria after the service.  Evy ’s    I roilngo, ojxm N e w  I Year’s Day 12 p.m. Color TV. Next to    Paramount theater.—  J Adv.  *    *    *  A 39-year old woman was the Annual 'z pric * sale. The Gift city’s first accident victim of Chalet, Monday-Safurdav, 11-5 the new year.    j    —Adv.  Police fcaid Elaine Newton,    *    *    *  2277 C street SW, was a passen- IMp America’s E ncl Crisis, ger in a car that was involved I Travel together by bus Florida, h' 23  'tiln*  >n v a ; v 't    * n an  accident at the intersec-1Disney World. Bahamas. Leav-  *SW    *     1     *    '    bon of Sixteenth avenue and big Cedar Rapids Feb. 4 Linn  I i :31 p.m. Monday.    False I    Edgewood ro.ad SW    at    1:36    am.    f’ounty Farm    Bureau.    377-4858  alarm at OI I    Third street    SW.    Tuesday.    j or 366-1835 —    Adv.   1 : ! H '    ,'. n    1 u \ ' ,av     She    was admitted to Mercy    *    *    *  Amoke detector at Mercy tiospi- .    .    .    .    .    .    .    ,    /    ,    . . r ,,,    . ,   tal     hospital    for treatment of cuts    Apply    now    for    74    Auto  1:33 a ru.    Tuesday, t ar fire    and a knee injury.    I cense Tags at    First Trust and  at Fifteenth    street and    Be\or    Mrs. Newton was    a    passenger: Sax lugs Bank.    Three    locations  avenue SE.    , n a car ( i r i veI1  by Frederick \ — 1820 First Avenue N E., 3rd  drive SW’, a son; Donald Sehuller. 3030 Oakland road •NE, a daughter.  Births — Mercy  Dec. 31 To Mr and Mrs. Robert Klim a. Coggon, a daughter.  Jan. I — To Mr. and Mrs. Peter (Mulatto, 725 Thirty-second street SE. a son,  Fires  come- itivities are under investigation PALO — W illiam W. McGran-bugs in Washington.” he said.  in    e  cbenucaU'ndusl(r\, can be  ahan. 85, of Palo, died in a local “And that set me thinking aboutjP° urod  readily into the gas tank hospital Tuesday after a brief how many insects we have in :°^  an ord * nar y automobile with-illness. Born Oct. 31, 1888, at this countrv and how' they need:® u * premixing or any modifica-Newhall. he was married to to be represented.”    j    tion    of    the carburetor, Dr. Reed  Rose Griesv Jan. 29. 1913, at So Carter sent his telegram to  sa ‘ d  ,  Van Horne and had farmed in the President, stating in it. “We the Linn and Benton county have a national anthem, a na-area most of his life. He was actional motto, a national bird, member of the Shellsburg Pres- 1  etc. I nominate the ladybug.| bvterian church and Benton Being prevalent in all (Titv Masonic lodge No. 81, and AM.  U. S. Judge Retires  30 YEARS AGO - Mayor Lud-w ig Steed of Berlin told fore.gn corresponden s British bombs fhei^ ad  ^ ^ c ‘ rman  capital “al-AF states, it is representative of the  most unrec °ff n i za ble. whoto country, it is ecologically Surviving in addition to his beneficial, it is attractive in ap    (£riUir    Haptbfl  wife are a son, Llovd of Cedar pearanee and it is considered to    E»tobii*h«i in ibb3 by Th* go it**  Rapids; a daughter. Lois Ruth be a good luck omen ”    |    fhi d rd P Ave $h sl    -     ov    0<   Yates of Palo: five grand-! “The insect is in the majority eight great grand- of living things in this’country  State Commerce Commission Chairman Maurice Van Nostrand will attend an energy crisis conference Monday at IO  SAN CLEMENTE. Calif. (UPI) I a m. at Gage Memorial Union — President Nixon ackncwl-Sat Coe college, edged Monday the retirement of The conference, fourth in a Judge Roger Riley from the 7th series called by state Sen. Tom  U. S. circuit court of appeals Riley ( R-C.R.), will center on handling federal cases in HU-1 energy problems of business nois. Indiana and Wisconsin. and industry.  dor Rapids. Iowa Postage paid at  ■:7%> -hp  For 61 years . . ,  flowers for all occasions!  Subjection rate* by carrier SS cent*  i .       r,„.L    I    i*i    a.    •    !    a week. By mail Night edition ond  id two sisters. Esther and is long overdue for recogm- sunday * i**ue* *225 a month. «4 a  ear; Afternoon edition* ond Sunday 7  “me  children: children;  Stanton of Cedar Rapids, and tion,” Carter said later. “And Olive Bull of Shellsburg.    1:i, is one kind of hug to which  Services w ill be conducted in no one will object.”  ** 1 ' Turner chapel west at 1:30 p.m.: Carter said he plans to get in Thursday bv the Revs. William contact with ilhn?>is legislative Barber and Lee Roy Collins, ileaders about crowning the la-  W John E. Lapps  Issues ll 50 a month *25 a year. Other states and U S ‘erritones *40 a year No mail subscriptions accepted In areas having Gaiette carrier service  The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspo per as well as all AP news dispatches  A-rf  308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511  Convenient downtown location  2:55 u in. Tuesday. Bark fire    *    * v ' uv,,v " ! » #     ”    !    ", \ r ,'T"‘ v  ^    ’     ,,u     Burial in Oakwood cemetery in dybug the national insect if  through rarhurrtor at Filth and '     ,m     , orne     .    1,1!    n,     t     i    ^ ve *     k< '*^*'    Shellsburg. Friends may call at and when he hears Rem the  Turner west.    (President.  "A avenues NW.  iowa Deaths  R. Mar  ng.  Marengo — Clyde 72. Hoover.Valentine’s.  Dyersville    Mrs.    David  Taukc, 40. Service at ’0:30 Thursday at ba*Pica of St. Francis Xavier. Scripture service Wednesday at 8 at Kramer’s, where friends may call after 9 a rn.  Palo William W McGran-  Coin Collection Valued at $3,500 Reported Stolen  A coin collection valued at $3,500 and a 1967 car were taken from tin 1  residence of Mcrlyn E  Tin* driver of the other car and Ely. was Jack Wodstrchill, 47, of 3300 G avenue NW.  No charges were filed.  Four Die in Fire  NILES, Ohio iAP>  A  mother and her three daughters were killed Tuesday in a predawn blaze that engulfed their  home.  EMA  Hite, 2100 Twenty ninth (HW, Monday night  ♦ * *  Forty d, liar were I the residence of Kirk A.  street  Rem  Thor-  Mil,  NE.  1719 Hollywood boulevard  GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS  Ik Mews, Sports, BooUttpmg Omro* Mw-motion end 0:f>«t bot Listed Rf low  (oil.........................  Itfiulohon-Subtuiption Dtff........3*8    Ii.IJ  Mon. thru Sot 8 a m to 7 p rn.  Sunday* Until 17 Noon Halfdays ll o rn to 7 p rn.  Woof Ads.............SVS    1734  Mon. thru Sot. I cm lo 5 pm.  Deploy Advortismi]............. .371    1777  I a rn. to 5 p m Mo. ion Otfno....................371    KIO  Ads *  Story Hour  hour Hr pre  given Wednesday n the (town own fu'ditoriuir. s si will be given i.t bran'h, 221 Frig' at I KO r r.*  * *  Quail!    .a.4  Diamond V. gel 2701 Mf. 'Terne: !901 Adv  b *  Weakly story lioolrrs will be  •if  th  It  Her  mo.  Ii mo and < lit  We: osda  i . *  ion  0 a rn  • ii bi ar Grog t. p ' ge'vood •o.,d NW  rn It *s i • (cr  barb ued ktui served St i knev’s Adv  ll#* offvr only ihv finest in Servlet* ...  R xirilifid's . . .  kitowlml^ . • .  I ttk TStv bantin pm ll#» Haw Svrtvti  HAXTUN MU MO RIAL (ll APKLS  “Extra Touch FTO Service  PIERSON’S ' Si,"  I 800 Ellis Blvd. NW FLOWfRPHONE 366-1326  >1 MI IDN: 377-1 YIK 3 blocks north of Librarx  MT. VFH NON: 895 K6D6 Block wi*st of Post Office  Wishing You A Happy & Prosperous New Year _ Filled With Peace  J-  ■rn  , •* ^ *  Stewart Funeral Home  1844 Fust Avenue, N E.  f  QjiAJJLA;  WI UMI N’.OU I HMM I SOnU'OlHL . .  John IV limit t& St in -1 -ut mal I Erectors  HOO St*( (MKI A\rnur luist lJJl First .Xmmuio Wt\s1  ■ss  We have so many beautiful ways to say something special  FLORIST and GIFT SHOP    364-81 39  phene answered 24 hours every day  To    Tho it Ii You  Tin* Kl Alf f of foliar Aloniorlal I iiiM*ral I JI 4» iii 4- w Niles lo o%|»roMM our €l«*«*§> a|»|ir«*rlall«»ii lo iIm* fainllloM «»( llilm area f«>r lli«* a«M*<*|ilaiH‘«* von liavo given nm for Iii** pawl 4*1 gin voarN.  Wo liavo «l«*<lioaf«*«l «»iirM*lvoM lo giving a thoughtful anil |»orMonally.o<l osorvloo, with roN|M*ot to your IKollgioiin hollo!* anil flnau«'lal olrouniNtauooN.  lOur ao«*«*|»f i*iM*o Imim Ii«*I|»o«I un lo hooonio I Im* largoml locally ow im*<I Tuii«*ral Home Iii till** arca. 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