Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 3, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Raymond M. Thorpe Committee Named To Study I Lawrence Welbos, Cedar j Haymond Miller Thorpe, 50, j Dr. Milo niipi, 'Of 3020 southland street Former Pastor In C.R., UNWCAtHlRKflQCAS.1 Rain will fall Thursday night along the lower Pacific coast, in parts of ths lower plains and in the area from Louisiana northeastward into lower New England. Snow is likely in 'parts of tho central plateau region, central plains and mid-Atlantic states. Elsewhere, fair to partly cloudy. --Daily The Weather High temperatures Wednesday, low temperatures overnitiht and inches o[ precioltallon: Anchorage 1? i L.Angeles 57 Atlanta Miami ,.77 7J Bismarck 7 -5 Minneapolis 8 -8 Chlcaqo ..5! N.Orleans 4858.. Denver ...15-1Z New York .3J 3 Dututh -2-10 Phoenix 52 31 Honolulu 81 72.15 Seattle ....37 Houston 35.13 Washington 33.01 Extended forecast Partly cloudy Saturday with a chance of snow Sunday and Monday. Continued cold with highs in teens to low 2Qs and lows from zero to 15 above. C. R. Weather High Wednesday ............-15 Low overnight Noon Thursday...............K 2 p.m. Thursday..............1' Precipitation .............Trace Total for Jan...............0.02 Normal through Jan........1.51 Total for 1974 ...............0.02 with exempt. Ralph William and Martha Ann McColl, Mechanicsville. Debts: Assets: with claimed as exempt. Sheila Kay Hinrichs, Mon- 5200 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon .30.48 67% Wind direction and velocity a Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. WNW at 14 mph. Sim rises Friday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 34 low, 16; precipitation .13. Degree Days Wednesday......, Total to date Through Jan. 2, 1973 Percent of normal year .40.8 Total normal year Coraiville Lake Pool level Thursday..... 678.9: Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather Hi-Lo Bismarck.........Snow 14-4B Chicago ........Cloudy 23-1 Cincinnati .....PtCldy 33-2 I c M u r r i n Rowley. Debts: Assets: ?400, with laimed as exempt. Donald Edward Taylor, Tri- iQli. Debts: Assets: with all claimed as ex- William Bigelow, 'nipt. Richard Valker. Debts: Assets: claimed a: Debts: icel1o. Assets: with claimed as exempt. Danny Kaye-and Shirley Ann Rawson, Central City. He claimed debts of and assets of with claim- ed as exempt. She claimec debts of and assets of with claimed as exempt. Lyle David Riggle, Brandon Assets with all claimed as ex- impt. Lewis Albert and Darlcni Obituaries Hill cemetery. Friends may call; "Hie Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs.. Jan. 3. 1974 al the chapel. Larson of Trinity [Thursday following a brief; A committee to study a pro- h. illness. posal for a community center in Dr. Milo Kilipi, 86, pastoriuaria 1: Limvood cemetery.; Born Aug. 2, 1917, in Kapids will encourage meritus of Eden United Church Kriends may call at he had lived in from opponents as f Christ, Cedar Rapids, diod in west after 4 p.m. Saturday luiney, III., Wednesday follow- ig a long illness. R K c.otyflrJ Dr. Kilipi moved to Cedar K- K- UI6S, Hapids in 1939 to become pastor, Was Farm Planner f Kden church and retired from, Keahles Stoddard, 84, The committee's svork will begin with a "town at which a presentation of the pro- posal will be made, followed by a question and answer session. r n "fir" HP those who favor the M, Lt, i u i, of D Co committee chairman Bill I meetings will probably be held Hands as a tool and said Thursday. jdurtog the course of the com- fepids as a tool and die. K, c c e f m study to encourage par- i and vice-chairman of theiticipation from citizens. Married to Patricia_M of Commeree, was ap.l Canney said the developers 19, 1944, in nf lhn nol given the city a dead- ____ line on the proposal, bul have Burkhaifcr, an'lnswanceiinuicatcd they would like to 1970. Horn May C, 1887, in Czecho- slovakia, lie came to the United States at age 17. He held de- grees from Hastings college, >Jeb.; Omaha seminary, Chica- theological seminary, Mar-! died in a Cedar Kapids hospital Wednesday. Horn Aug. 22, 1889, wife are two daughters, Judith _______ Surviving in addition to his agcncy owner, was named construction next fall. in Oskaloosa, lie was married to Margaret Hill Aug. 20, 1918, in Buffalo Center. He attended Iowa Stale uni- school, Seminary of the Evan- jelical Lutheran church and Au- "ustana Lutheran seminary. He was ordained into the Presbyterian ministry in 1911. He served churches in South Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan Ruin Gore, doing business a: Copper Kettle Tap and Grille Dubuque. Debts: Assets: with claimed as exempt. Fires Friday at 8, Shelly's in Man Chester. Tracr Vince Axlcr, 90 Services Friday at Erick son Brooklyn Frank Kochuy 25, of Malcom. Services Satu Jay at 10, St. Patrick's Catholi church. Rosary Friday at Sevenhoven's. Central City Charles i Parmcnter, 8G. Services at Saturday at Murdoch's. Burial in Mt. Clark cemetery. Friends may call al Murdoch's alter 10 Friday. Vinton Michelle Miller, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Miller. Services at 11 Saturday at White-Phillips', here friends may call after 4 Friday. Marengo Ernest Benjamin Rosa III, 18. Services at 11 Sat- urday at Hoover-Valentine's. Postville Miss Louise Meier, 81. Services at Fri- day at Schutte's. Burial in Frankville cemetery. Iowa City Mary Oakes, 85. Services Saturday at at First Federated church, Oxford. Friends may call at George L. Gay's in Iowa City Thursday and at Oxford Friday. Iowa City Orion Frantz, 54. Services Friday at 10 at St. Patrick's church. Burial in St. Stanislaus. cemetery, Hills. Ro- sary at 8 Thursday at George L, lay's. Tipton Mary Ann (Mae) Phelps, 93. Services Saturdaj t a time to be announced a' inlering war I. Me then farmed in Tama county for 17 years. During that time he was a county trustee. He was active in Farm Bureau, lie joined Equitable Life As- surance Society of the United Stales in 1935 and came to Cc- and Ohio before coming to dar as assistant farm Cedar Rapids. supervisor in 1937. He es- ablished the II. K. 'Sloddard 'arm Planning Service in 194S md retired in 19B4. YMCA Work During World war f, he served two years as a YMCA secretary for American army forces in Siberia, lie held the rank of major as a chaplain in the army reserve. He was a member of the merican Legion, and a 32nd egree Mason in Scottish Rite, edar Rapids. Dr. Filipi and the former a.m. Wednesday. Food Dye's where' friends may cai: in oven at 318 Fourth street SW. iftcr 4 Friday. Oelwein Thomas Doyle p.m. Wednesday. Bro- 81. Services at 11 Saturday a ken sprinkler valve at Wilson Sacred Heart church. Scripture and Co., Third street and Six- service Thursday at .8 a Brant's. Graveside services Sat urday at 2 at Mt. Calvary cem Plugged "incinerator flue at 511 Fourth avenue SE. West Union Ewald Trapp 31. Services Saturday at 11 a ,ion Lutheran church. Burn Magistrate's Court Speeding- Wayne Herman, ham-Wood's. Grand Junction, Colo.; fined Farmersburr Mane M and costs. Larry Marsden, Bossard, 49 Services at 932 Owen street NW; David Saturday at Wilt s, Elkadei Marshall, 400 Lindale drive, where friends may call after Marion; Sonny Clark, Orchard Friday. trailer court; Scott Kacere, 1658 Sigournej- W. E. (Wally Thirty-second street NE; Mi- Gilliland, 66. Services Friday a nna Novak were married May 1915, in Dubuque. Survivors Surviving in addition to his >ife are a son, the Rev. Milo J 'hillipi, Quincy, and three randchildren. Services: Saturday at 2 p.m, t Eden United Church of Christ y the Rev. Glenn D. Hunt Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme ery. The body will lie in state t the church from 11 a.m. Sat irday until the time o! the ser The family suggests tha riends may, if they wish, con ribute to a memorial fund a Men church. Hansen-Spear fu- ieral. home, Quincy, is inj "barge of arrangements. Mr. Stoddard was a member I the F i r s t Presbyterian ihurch, of which he was a pasl ruslec, and was a member ol he YMCA where he was one of he organizers of the Keen Teen club. He was also a member o: he Kiwanis club, American So ciety of Farm Managers anc !lural Appraisers, Iowa Society of Farm Managers and Rura Appraisers, Chamber of Com mercc, American Legion, anc World war I veterans and tin State Historical society. In addition to his wife, he i: survived by a son, Hoy Stod dard, jr., Oskaloosa, and randdaughter. Services: Turner chapel eas at noon Friday by the Rev. Johi Shew. Burial: Oak Hill ceme tery. Friends may'call at Tui ner east until a.m. Fr day. The casket will not b opened after the service. ernandes and Lisa Thorpe, nd two sons, Robert and Uay- Tiond, all of Cedar Rapids; two randchildren; a sister, Louise ynch, Santa Barbara, Calif., nd a brother, Ralph, Medlord, ire. chairman. Canncy said he expects an in-j terim report from the commit- tee by Feb. 15 and a final report, with recommendations, by March 31. One Proposal Unique Proposal "I think it's an exciting pro- Fletcher said. "I think this is the one opportunity, if ev- erything fits together, to see a center in my life- itime. _ it Bezanson in their bid to pur-ictso, it. all at the chapel until 10 a.m. aturday. The casket will not be chase a parcel of urban renewal pencd after the service. Memorial Services Wilber, Dorothy 11. Chapel if Memories at 1 p.m. Friday by Dr. Arnold Hcrbsl of St. Paul's United Methodist Burial: Cedar Memorial jeinelery. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Borselh, Elsie L. Services rerc hold T h u r s d a y at 1 r.m. at the Chapel of Memories jy the Rev. Ramon Booth ol the Central Assembly God church. Burial was in Cedar Memorial cemetery. Arrange- ments by Cedar Memorial fu- neral home. Vantascll, Leon Ser- ices were held at Turner cha- pel west at 3 p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Everett K. Burnham. Burial was in Cedar Memorial cemetery with military services at the graveside by the Me- chanicsville American Legion. Tone, Bertha K. Turner chapel west at p.m. Friday by the Rev. Stephen R. Root. Burial: L i n w o o d cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west until 1 p.m. Friday. Remains, Mary ner chapel east at p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Glenn High. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call ai Turner east after 9 a.m. Satur- lay. iland. j The aspects, the. committee In the hid, the two men pro-! will study are: fl) Joint use of the facilities the hotel and community enter, and estimated income. (2) Conditions of the bid sub- Jtled by the developers. (3) Tax incremental financing s. general obligation bonds lo ay for construction. (4) Possible uses, including an uditorium, little theater, per- irming arts center, sports, iceting rooms and convention leveland PtCldy Myers, 818 Blairs at Holm's. A memorial has r es Moines ___ PtCldy NE; Daniel established. etroit .PtCldy Seventh street, Miss Winnie idianapolis Cloudy Thies, Clarence; 82. Services Satur- ansas City Cloudy 20-10 ilwaukee PtCldy and costs. John Kra-jachcr, East Dubuque, at 1 at Holm's. Fayette Ed Sanderson, 78. i [pls.-St. Paul ....PtCldy ?23 and costs. kla. City PtCldy 3807 Vine avenue Wallace Squiers, maha PtCldy 17-5 oux Falls PtCldy and costs. Vehicle control violation Services Saturday at at Haven Community church, t Births Mercy Jan. 3 .To Mr. and Mrs. arold Miller jr., Walker, Wilson, Waterloo; fined and costs. Richart F 1 a u c h e r Anamosa; Robert WieK, route three, Marion; each lined and Tama. Henderson's. Anamosa Mrs. Ralph Harms, 42. Services Saturday a at Wayne Zion Lutheran church. Friends may call at unattended after 10 Friday. Births St. Luke's Jan. 2 To the families Steve Tamayo, 307 Seventh avenue SW; fined Harold Kirchcn, 63. Services Saturday at at St. Patrick's Catholic church. ale W. Everett, 3338 on rijjlit side service at 8 p.m. Friday oint road NE, a son; AVil-e H. Sexton, 325 Bachelder, 243 Goettsch's. treet SE, a son; drive NW; fined and M JFh f9 f havcz, 1857 E avenue NE, a aughter; Dean Monloiir, 911 Id Marion road NE, a violation Darrel Bogncr, 5605 Birchwooc street SW; fined and from Page 1.) signal violation Oil of California, Out of Town Rogers, 402 Fourteenth street SE; Wayne Oil Co. and Shell Oil Co. At Ashton. Mr. nnd Junction, Colo.; spokesman lor the energy] cffry Ogdcn, a son Dec. 30. Irs. Ogdcn is the daughter of IT. and Mrs. Tod E. llemory, 020 Eastern avenue NE. Marriage Licenses Mary Peril and Michael lovak, Dcbra Martens and landall Sirovey, Rosa Vega nd Crcscnciano Garcia, all oi edar Rapids. Mary Lundblac nd Michael Bowser, both of ilarion. Margaret Scott, Cedar .apids, and David Hawk and costs. Failure to stop for emergency vehicle Wayne Herman, Grand Junction, Colo; fined and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Ruby Pospishil, 805 Pawne drive NW; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Wayne Herman, Grand June lion, Colo.; fined and costs Richard Flauchcr, Anamosa fined and costs. Ethvarc. Griffin, 3037 Oakland roac NE; Harold Gladwin, 5001 said the companies would have to submit detailed reports justifying their price increases, which he said would be legal if they are based on the higher costs of foreign oil. According to the spokesman, the gimmicks used include service charges imposed on the motorists for each gallon of gas, requiring customers to get a car wash along with a full tank, Petitions Heights drive SE; making them buy other prod- and al inflated prices. Bankruptcy Clara Lillian Johnson, for-icrly doing business as violation Ed ward Griffin, 3037 Oakland road NE; fined nnd Ihcsc schemes are illegal, the IRS said, and consumers 5, Dubuque. Dcbls: passing complain lo their nearest with Anamosn; fined office if they run into such d as exempt. Richard Harry and Kcaiil: falo 'Burzlnff, also known a.s Ccnula Valo Cox nnd Kcaul; Smiley, Mnqiiokcla 3cbls: 25. Assets: eosls. Reckless driving Wayn Herman, Grand Junction, Colo.: fined nnd costs. Iowa case. generations of Florists to Serve you. vilh claimed as exempt. Mcivin Elmer and Mrs. Clarence Allen, G3, PIERSON S SHOP oycc Flugnc, Elmer A. 800 Ellis Blvd. NW Debts: Assets 27117 wilh Services Snlnrtlay tit 10, Immnculntc 366-1 826 s liosary Thursday Belly Marie Brackln, Jnlon.' Debts: with Uiimeil us DcWnync .1. mill Cheryl let our flowers speak for Send a bit of cheer with a from -4 Seasons C FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-81 39 phone answered 24 hours every Mrs. Nick Politis Lottie Politis, 91, of 619 Eighth itreet SE and a resident of Ce- dar Rapids for 45 years, died Wednesday in a Cedar'.Rapids, riursing'home. Born -Dee. 28, 1882, at White 3igeon, she was married June 15, 1936, at Rock Island, 111., to Politis. She was a mem- ber of the Christian church. Surviving in addition to her uisband, are two daughters, Hazel Dennison, North English, and Mrs. Joe McNabb, Cedar Rapids; two sons, Albert Har- ris, Chicago, and Verle Harris, Morlh English; a stepdaughter, Urs. Robert Anderson, Cedar Rapids; three stepsons, George and Giis Politis, both of Cedar Rapids, and Myron Politis, Lit- tle Rock, Ark.; '12 grandchil- dren, 28 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchil- dren. Services: p.m. Saturday at the Beatty-Beurle chapel b> the Rev. Alexander George. Burial: Cedar M e m o r i a 1, Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. H. W. Taylor Helen McClaughry Taylor, 84, Geneva Tower, widow of H. Walter Taylor, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Thursday. Born May 22, 1889, at Joliet, 111., she vas married Dec. 24, 1937, in iedar Rapids. Mrs. Taylor ;was: a member of St. John's Episcopal church, Wo- men's auxiliary and St. Eliza- jeth's guild. Surviving are a stepdauehter. Mrs. H. W. Sheppard. Cedar lapids; a sister, Mrs. Glenn S. Hobry, and a brother, Robert V. McClaughry, both of Cedar Rapids; three grandsons, one granddaughter, t w o great- ;randsons and one great-grand- daughter. Services: Turner chapel east at Saturday by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski of St. John's Episcopal church. There will be a cremation committal. Friends may call at Turner east until p.m. Saturday. The casket will riot be opened after the service, v Mrs. R. A. Welch Dorothy Adeline Welch, 50 Detroit, Mich., wife of Raymom A. Welch and a former residen of Cedar Rapids, died in Octroi Wednesday. She was born March at Vinton. Surviving in addition to her Used farm equipment will sel ast and easy with a Classifiei Ad. 398-8234. the properly localed between the Roosevelt hotel and the Fourth street railroad tracks. They suggested the city build a community center in conjunc- tion with the hotel. Under a plan known as lax ncrement financing, it may be ossible for the cily to build the ommunity center without in reasing taxes. The bonds sold to build the center would be paid off with he extra taxes resulting from construction of the center, wiih- n the boundaries of a districl sel by the city council. Canney charged the commit ee with studying 11 aspects ol he proposal, ranging from fi- nancial questions to the size anc use of facilities. Fletcher said he plans to point, perhaps in the next two or .hree days, an executive com mittee of about 30 members representing a cross seclion o the community. Many of the members, he said, could comi from a list of persons who wrot Canney asking to participate i: the study. Membership in the full com mittee and subcommittees, h said, will be open to anyone. acilities. (5) Size of the various facili- !S. (6) Benefits to the communi- and liabilities. (7) Projected operating ex- enses and income. (8) How the center should be managed. (9) What style of construction hould be used. (10) Dissemination of public nformation. (11) Whether a referendum hould be held on the financing ilan. Police Investigate Theft Of Coin Collection, Car Police are continuing their investigation into the New Year's eve breakin of a coin collector's home in. which a 700-pound safe containing coins and legal papers was taken. Merlyn Kite, 2100 Twenty- ninth street SW, told police his home was burglarized be- tween and p.m. Monday while he and his wife were out. garage. Hite believes the safi was transported from his resi dence in the vehicle. Hite placed value of the coin collection at Among the missing coins was a 1776 dol lar which Hite values a Police originally listed tin value of the collection a which is the value o the coins when considered ai normal currency. The car and the safe have A 1969 gold colored El Ca- not been recovered, polio mino was also taken from the said. Not Seen Since November, Man Is Found Dead Edward Kent was found dead Wednesday afternoon at his residence in a remote area near Martin-Marietta quarry south of highway 30 east of Cedar Rapids. An autopsy showed he died of pneumonia. Linn, deputies found the body after receiving a report from a neighbor: that, he had not been seen since late November. Deputies searching his resi- dence Thursday for informa- tion about his age and rela- tives had not reported in by noon. Kent was believed to be about 55 years old. The county medical ex- aminer said it would be im- possible to determine when he died since the body was fro- zen. Elmer J. Hosrner Elmer J. Hosmer, 73, of 2247 C street SW, a long-time residen of the Cedar Rapids area, dice Wednesday in a Cedar Rapids hospital. He was born Sept. 13, 1900, at Cedar Rapids. On May 31, 1962, at Cedar Rapids he was mar- ried to Tillie Craft. Mr. Hosmer had been em- ployed by the Quaker Oats Co., retiring after 45 years. He was a member of the Ellis Park husband are her parents, Mr. Church of God. and Mrs. Wencil Barla, Cedar Rapids: five daughters, Mrs. Tasia Freeman, Cedar Rapids; Sherry Morrow, Detroit; Delia Tuck, Wayne, Mich.; and Victo- ria Graham and Ruby J. Milli- gan, both of Phoenix, Ariz.; five sons, Richard Atkins, Sabula; Francis S. Atkins III, St. Claire Wencil L. Atkins, San Francisco; Richard Stong, Dearborn Heights, Mich., and David A. Kcrby, Detroit; 14 grandchildren, and one brother, Surviving are his wife, a son, Dan-el, Merrill Island. Fla.; two stepsons. John J. Pappus, Cedar Rapids, and Thomas A. P a p p a s Marion; a step- daughter. Mrs. Cedar Rapids; Fred Cook, nine grand- children, three great- grandchildren, and two sisters, Harriet Scrivcn and Hazel Tric- bel, both of Cedar Rapids. Services: a.m. Friday at the Beatty-Beurle chapel by the Rev. John Little. Burial: Oak FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-7146 flowers for every occasion! since 1909 LAPES Convenient downtown location 308 3rd Avc. SE uman It's the first thing a funeral director should consider. No matter how much professional knowledge a funeral direc- tor may have, he can't really help people if he doesn't under- stand and respect their feelings. MURDOCH FUNERAL HOMES MARION CENTER POINT CENTRAL CITY SPRINGVILLE WALKER COGGON dnd in Cedar Rapids THE BEATTY BEURLE CHAPEL ;