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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 CATION At WtAlMtk SfltVICf fOMCASI to ?AM ISI t~4 *74   f /*~~ 30 74  cemetery. Friends may call 'Hie fcdar at the chape!  Rapids Gazette: Thins., Jan. 3, 1071  Dr. Milo Filipi, Former Pastor In C.R., Dies  I) Welbes Cedar  Lawrence Ha puis  Services Turner chapel west at 10:30 a m. Monday by the Rev. Frnest Farson of Trinity I’bursflay U nile d Methodist church, illness. lh -  Milo Filipi, HH, pastor h <j r i a I Linwood cemetery.  ;emeritus of Kden United Church Friends may call at Turner of Christ. Cedar Rapids, died in west after 4 p rn. Saturday.  (Quincy, III., Wednesday follow-  Raymond M. Thorpe  Raymond Miller Thorpe, 56, of 3020 Southland street J^V. died in a Cedar Rapids ho^t following  Committee Named To Study Community Center Concept  The committee’s work will a pro-1 begin with a “town meeting,’’ at  // SHOW*  SNOW  Alit  now  UM WI AHU fr I OI OC ASI $  mg a long illness.  Dr. Filipi moved to Cedar Rapids in 1930 to become pastor of Kden church a rid retired from that position July I. 1958 lh' had been a resident of the flood Samaritan home iii Quincy since 1971).  Bolti May 6, IH87, in fV.echo Slovakia, he came to the United States at age 17 He held de  R. K. Stoddard Dies, Was Farm Planner  Roy K cables Stoddard. 84, 24()fi fl avenue NE, a Rapids resident, for 39  R‘l By Mike Deupree  brief a committee to study  posal for a community center in! which a presentation of the pro-Born Aug 2, 1917 in Belle Cedar Rapids will encourage 1  posal will be made, followed by Plaine he had lived in Cedar participation from opponents as I a  question and answer session. Rapids for 13 year He was an well as those who favor the Fletcher said several similar emnlove of Wire I) Co in committee chairman Bill meetings will probably be held Cellar Rapids as'a too. and die "“‘cher said Thursday.    during    the course of the com-   m;ik( , r     Fletcher,    an automobile mil tee study to encourage par-  dealer and vice chairman of the Mcipation from citizens.  Married to Patricia M. Bellamy Get  Cedar borough. England, he was a voyeurs cran of World war II.  Chamber of Commerce  Canney said the developers  | /.    I (I I    I    |    )    tit*'    ^ I JOI I ll/I. I    X /1 VZ' /Hillier V.C f NA/ clS dj)"  ' *    ’     1    (    (     pointed    chairman    of    the    com-    have    not    given    the    city    a    dead-  mittoe by Mayor Don Canney. I me on the proposal, but have IjOuis Burkhalter, an insurance Indicated they would like to  dud in a Cedar Rapids hospital Surviving in addition to his agency owner, was named vice- start construction next fall. Wednesday. Born Aug 22. 1889, wife are two daughters, .Judith chairman.    Unique    Proposal  in Oskaloosa, he was married to* Fc ™ andes and Llsa  Thorpe, Canney said he expects an in-!  Marco ret Hill Auf 20 1918 in  ,W0 S ° n8 ’  ,lob( ‘ rt and  ** ay ’|terim report from the eommit-grees from Hastings college, : Buff*ilo (’enter    mond,    all    of    Cedar    Rapids;    two  lie attended Iowa State  —^        '    '\ i *y    un    iii*    '    *    '    .    ...  versify and Grinnell college be-1 and a brother, Ralph, Medford.     >     community center in my life-  fore entering service in World Ore.    * >ne     ^ >r0 P°    time.  Rain will fall Thursday night along tho lower Pacific coast, in parts of tho lower plains and in tho 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.  at 8, Shelly’s in Man-Axler,  96. Erick-  The Weather  low  of  High temperatures Wednesday temperatures overnight and inches precipitation  Anchorage    1«    i    L. Angeles    57    43  Atlanta    45    AO    .0$    Miami    77    72  Bismarck    7    -5    Minneapolis 8    -8  Chicano    22    19    .04    N. Orleans    AH    58    ..  Denver ...15-12 New York 32 31 Duluth    -2    -IO    Phoenix    52    31  Honolulu    Bl    72    .15    Seattle    37    27  Houston    42    35    A3    Washington    42    33    .01  M—Missing    I    to    <175  Partly *  Extended foreeast —  cloudy Saturday with a chance! of snow Sunday and Monday. 1  Continued cold with highs in teens to low 20s and lows from zero to 15 above.  iMcMurrin, Rowley. Debts: I $5,729. Assets: $400, with $350 i claimed as exempt.  Donald Edward Taylor, Tri-Ipoli. Debts:    $11,215. Assets:  I $3,500, with all claimed as ex-I empt.  Richard William Bigelow, Walker. Debts: $10,973 A et with $100 claimed as  Friday chester.  Traer •— Vinci .Services Friday at 1:30, son’s.  Brooklyn — Frank Kochuyt, 25, of Malcom. Services Saturday at IO, St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Rosary Friday at 8:15, Nevenhoven’s.  Central City — Charles A. Parmenter, 86. Services at ll Saturday ut Murdoch’s. Burial in Mt. Clark cemetery. Friends may call at Murdoch’s after IO Friday.  Neb.: Omaha seminary, Chicago theological seminary, Marquette university, Chicago law school, Seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran church and Au-gustana Lutheran seminary.  He was ordained into the Presbyterian ministry in 1911.  He served churches in South Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan skates and Ohio before coming to Cedar Rapids.  YMCA Work  Fernandes and Lisa . .................. .......  “f think ifs an exciting pro-by Fob. 15 and a final P0 s al,” Fletcher said. ‘‘I think grandchildren; n sister, l^uisp vpQori with rccommondritions ^    ^ ® one opportunity, if cv-  uni-J Lynch, Santa Barbara, Calif., by March 31.    ‘    ’ tything fits together, to see a  One Proposal  war I He then farmed rn Tama count v fog 17 year During that time he was a county trustee. He was active in Farm Bureau. iii* joined Equitable Life As surance Society of tin  in 1935 and came to Ce-  Peter be quickly investigated-  ets of it.”  all fac-  During World war I. he served two years as a YMCA secretary for American army forces in Siberia. He held the rank of major as a chaplain in the army reserve.  He was a member of the American Legion, and a 32nd degree Mason in Scottish Rite, Cedar Rapids.  Dr. Filipi and  C R. Weather  High Wednesday ........  I«ow overnight............  Noon Thursday ...........  2 p.m. Thursday ..........  Precipitation .............  Total for Jan............  Normal through Jan......  Total for 1974 ............  Barometer, rising .....  Humidity at noon  exempt.    .    ...    ,  Ralph William and Martha;. Vinton — Michelle    Anna No V ak were? married May  Ann McCall, Mechanicsville, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j j n  Dubuque Debts: $57,850. Assets: $1,800, Oendd F. Miller. Services at ll    UUOUqUe.  with $1,000 claimed as exempt. Saturday at White-Phillips,    Survivors   t ,.    ...__. ,    „    ! where friends may call after 4  ti',-el lo Debt’ 1  sio 11 ti 7’"  F ’ riday     Surviving    in    addition    to    his  Assets:' $305. with' $200    ^vice’s ftTl’St- “'F “t*  a SOn '  the R * V ’  Mil °  J   ..    ‘    '    Phillini Gninm/ anti Ihi  15  9  claimed as exempt.  Danny Kayo and Shirley Ann Rawson, Central C i t y. He claimed debts of $29,065 and .. • - IO] assets of $80.50, with $75 claim-17 od as exempt. She claimed Trace debts of $21,988 and assets of . $75.50, with $75 claimed as . O.UZ J exempt.  1.51 I Lyle David Ringle, Brandon. 0.02 Debts:    $18,559.59. A s s e t s:  on  1Q  $5,000, with all claimed as ex-‘ I empt.  67<r 0   Services: 10:30 a.rn Saturday    The committee will study only    “’1 his is a unique proposal for  at Turner chapel west Burial:     one  proposal, the one submitted    financing, and I think it should  Linwood cemetery.    Friends    may    by Andrews    Allen and  call    at    the    chapel    until    IO    a.m.    Bezanson in    their bid    to pur-  j .^Saturday. The casket will not be (chase a parcel of urban renewal    *    *    *  opened after the service.     Iand -     Th “    aspects    the    committee   _In    the    bid,    the    two    men    pro-    will    study    are:  (Jar    Rapids    as    assistant    larm    posed building a Hilton    hotel on    (ll    Joint    use of the    facilities  loan    supervisor    in    1937.    He    es-,    ^e property located    between    by    the    hotel    and community  tablished the R.    K. Stoddard Wilber, Dorothy ll.    — Chapel    Roosevelt hotel    and    the    center,    and    estimated    income.  Farm Planning Service in 1949 of M» -mories  a1  J. ,‘/e? Fourth street railroad    tracks.    (2)    Conditions    of    the    bid    sub*  and retired    in    1964.    Paul’s United Methodist!    They suggested the city build    mitted by the developers.  Mr.    Stoddard    was a member church. Burial: Cedar Memorial    a community center in conjunc-    (3) Tax incremental financing  of the I* irst Presbyterian cemetery. Arrangement by Hon with the hotel.    vs.    general obligation    bonds to  church, of which he was a past Cedar Memorial oner a  om< ' Under a plan known as tax pay for construction.  trustee, and was a member of     A ,  |  orS j ,  f  l  lf ’ J  t*Imi r'sTa'v'at'^i    increment financing, it may    be    (4) Possible uses, including an  the YMCA where he was one of     m al tbe  Chapel of Memories    possible for the city    to build    the    auditorium, little theater, per-  organizers of the Keen I eon    by the Rev. Ramon Booth cf    community center    without    in-forming arts center, sports,  He was also a member of    the C entral Assembly of God    creasing taxes.    meeting rooms and convention  Kiwanis club,    American So-) church. Burial was    in Cedar    honds    sold to    huild    the  I Memorial cemetery.    Arrange-'     ine  nonas sold to    DUiia    int  by Cedar Memorial fu- center would he paid off with  the extra taxes resulting from-ties.  construction of the center, with- <6)  urday at Hoover-Valentine’s Postville — Miss Louise Meier, 81. Services at 1:30 Friday at Schutte’s. Burial in Frankville cemetery.  Iowa City — Mary Oakes, 85. Services Saturday at 1:30 at First Federated church, Oxford. Friends may call at George L.  the club the  ciety of Farm Managers and, , .  . ? r ™ ( r Bura l Appraisers, low’a Society j  n eral home  of Farm Managers and Rural Vantasell, Leon Henry- Ser-Appraisers, Chamber of Com- vices were held at Turner cha-merce, American Legion, and I vvosl at D m - Thursday by World war I veterans and the State Historical society.  In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son. Roy Stoddard. jr.. Oskaloosa, and a  facilities.  (5) Size of the various facili-  the Rev. Everett K. Burnham. Burial was in Cedar Memorial cemetery with military at the grave  Benefits to the commune  in the boundaries of a district ty. and liabilities, set by the city council.    (7)    Projected operating ex*  Canney charged the commit- penses and income, h military servK-es  fee w j t | 1  studying n aspects of (8) How the center should be  Phillips. Quincy, and three »■ *««..«*. ,u ms wile. rn is!chanicsviHe' American legion!""-    ’      "  grandchildren.    survived by a son. Hoy  Sl0 <l-I    run.-, Bertha K. — Turner  Services- Saturdav at 2    ti rn    dard, jr., Oskaloosa, and  a ;chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Friday  at Eden United Church of Christ granddaughter.    by the Rev Stephen^ Root.  by the Rev. Glenn D. Hunt. : Services:burner chapel east Frie nds may Vail at Turner P oint * Perhaps in the next two or information.  Burial: Cedar Memorial come     a ‘ noon Friday bv the Rev. John    west until lpm. Friday.    three    days, an    executive    com    til)    Whether    a referendum  tery The body will lie in    state     Shc ‘ w -  Buria,: 0ak  HW certie-    Rematus. Mary Louise—Tur-    mittee    of about    30    members;should    be    held    on the    financing  at the church from ll am. Sat> ry -  Friends niay cal1 at  Turner chapel east at 1:30  ncr east until 11:30 a m. Fri-The casket will not be  the proposal, ranging from fi- managed, nancial questions to the size and (9) Wtoat style of construction use of facilities.    should    be    used.  Fletcher said he plans to ap- I IO I Dissemination of public  Lewis Albert and Darlene Wind direction and velocity at Ruth Gore, doing business as n»7Ptfp weather station at 2 Copper Kettle Tap and Grille,,    „  ' Dubuque. Debts:    $28,012,80.1 aary a ‘ « Thursday at George I  p.m. WNW at 14 mph    | Asse j.  s2427 50 with m50 !O«y- s .  Sun rises Friday, /:35; sun claimed as exempt. sets, 4:49.  hires    at a time to be announced at  11:18 a.m. Wednesday. Food Dye’s, where friends may call in oven at 318 Fourth street  a R er  4 Friday.  SW    Oelwein    —    Thomas    Doyle,  12:49 p.m. Wednesday. Bro- BL Services at ll Saturday at ken sprinkler valve at Wilson i Sacred Heart church. Scripture and Co., Third street and Six- se rvice  Thursday at 8 at teenth avenue SFL    Brant’s. Graveside services Sat-  7:39 p.m. Wednesda v J urdav at 2 at Mt. Calvary cem-Plugged incinerator flue at 511 etery, Ryan.  Fourth avenue SFL  Gav’s in Iowa City Thursday .    ...    .,    ..    ,    .«  and at Oxford Friday.    ! urday    untl1 th “  time of  the ser-  lowa City — Orion Frantz, vices. The family suggests that    •  54. Services Friday at IO at St.|friends may, if they wish, con-  0 P* >n     ‘     1     service.  Patricks church. Burial! in St.!tribute to a memorial fund at Stanislaus cemetery, Hills. Ro- _ ,    ,    ,    ,,  Eden church. Hansen-Spear )u-  neral home, Quincy, is in  Tipton — Mary Ann (Mae) charge of arrangements.  Phelps, 93. Services Saturday)  lpm. representing a cross section of plan.  Glenn Ll' «____  4U _!---  Not Seen Since  Year Ago Today — High, 34; low, 16; precin'tation , .13.  Degree Days  Wednesday ....... •.. •  Total to date .........  Through Jan. 2, 1973 . Percent of normal year .  Total normal year ....  Coralville Lake  Pool level Thursday.....  .. .60 2,713 3,122 40.87 6,631  Mrs. H. W. Taylor  Helen McClaughry Taylor, 84, Geneva Tower, widow of IL Walter Taylor, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Thursday. Bom 111., she  was married Dec. 24, 1937, in  678.9'  Traveler’s Forecast  Friday  Weather Hi-Lo  Bismarck ....  Chicago .....  Cincinnati ..  Cleveland . ..  Des Moines • •  Detroit ......  Indianapolis .  Kansas City .  Milwaukee ..  Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City ..  Omaha ...........  Sioux Falls  PtCldy  Births — Mercy  Jan. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller jr., Walker, a son.  West Union  81. Services Saturday at ll atU Zion Lutheran church. Burn-ham-Wood’s.  Farmersburg — Marie M. Bossard, 49. Services at 1:30 David i Saturday at Witt’s, Elkader, drive, where friends may call after 2 F’ridav.  Magistrate’s Court Speeding — Wayne Herman.  | Grand Junction. Colo.; fined I $50 and costs. Larry Marsden,  1932 Owen street NW;  (Marshall, 400 Lindale _____,  Snow 14-4B (  Marion; Sonny Clark, Orchard)- . •    i ,  Cloudy 23-14 trailer court; Scott Kaccre. 1658 I Sigourney — W. F. (Wally) ! anu  PtCldy 33-221 Thirty-second street NE; Mi- Gilliland, 66. Services Friday at Rapids; two PtCldy 28-18 chao! Myers, 818 Blairs Ferry 12 at Holm’s. A memorial has rig. Chicago. PtCldy 14-01i roa d NFL Daniel Palmersheim.l been established.    !North English;  Mrs. Nick Politis  Lottie Politis, 91, of 619 Eighth j May 22 ’  at  street SE and a resident of Ce- ^  mamed  ^  24 ’ dar Rapids for 45 years, died  lr Ba P lds -Wednesday in a Cedar Rapids ^ rs  *T aylor was a member of  St. John’s Episcopal church. Women’s auxiliary and St. Elizabeth’s guild.  Surviving are a stepdaughter. Mrs. lf. W Sheppard. Ceda r  Rapids; a sister. Mrs. Glenn S. Mobrv. and a brother. Robert  nursing home.  Born Dee. 28, 1882. at White Ewald Trapp, | Pigeon, she was married June 5, 1936. at Rock Island. III., to Nick Politis. She was a member of the Christian church. Surviving in addition to her  HUh rd nur 1 ial: lh cLdrr“McmoLial ,he  community. Many ot the cemetery. Friends may cal) at members, he said, could come Turner east after 9 a.rn. Satur- from a list of persons who wrote  Canney asking to participate in the study.  Used farm equipment will sell Membership in the full corn-fast and easy with a Classified mittee and subcommittees, he Ad. 398-8234.    said. will be open to anyone.  Police Investigate Theft Of Coin Collection, Car  husband, are two daughters,|W. McClaughry, both of Cedar Hazel Dennison, North English,:Rapids; three grandsons, one Mrs. Joe McNabb. Cedar granddaughter, two great-sons, Albert Har-1 R randscns and  enc great-grand-; and Verle Harris, daughter.  Services: Turner chapel east Cedar jut  2  P  m  Saturday by the Very j Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski of St.! both of Cedar John’s Episcopal church. There Lit- will be a cremation committal.   E: ; 65 Services ^furday IB *30R«*. Ark.; 12 grwfchU. Friends may call al: Turner east  _ at Haven Community church.Idren. 28 great-grandchildren, ( unI11  *-.<>() p m. saturday, inc  Births — St. Luke s  Jan. 2 — To the families of Dale W. Everett, 3338 Center Point road NE, a son; Willie ll. Sexton, 325  PtCldy 27-12(205 Seventh street, Marion;) Sigourney — Miss Winnie I  Cloudy 25-15    nanny Thies,    Clarence-    each    Stephenson. 82. Services Satur-    "* rs * Robert Anderson,  Cloudy 20-10    fined $3o and    costs. John    Kra-    day at  1  at Holm’s.    Rapids; three stepsons,    George  PtCldy 20-IO|    bather, FList    Dubuque,    111,; Fayette — Ed Sanderson,    78.     ;m d (Jus Politis,  r»^S 1( * y o<l^onr ined and costs - Timothy     B( dj f ‘ s ~WnKht.    Rapids,    and Myron Politis,  PtCldy 32-20jKadcra, 3807 Vine avenue SE:    Toledo    —    Wallace    Squiers,;    “     J   PtCldy 17-5 fined $20 and costs.  Vehicle control violation —    ,  Christoper Wilson, Waterloo;j rural Tama. Henderson’s. land five great-great-grandchil-(f^sket will not De opened atter| 'fined $25 and costs. Richard! Anamosa — Mrs. Ralph    the service.  F I a u c h e r, Anamosa; Robert Harms, 42. Services Saturday at  Wvip(M .. , .o () n m  c„ lllrHjlv   1     -  Mien, route three, Marion; each L30 at Wayne Zion Lutheran ^    L    L , L    ri     Qr     i  fined $15 and costs.    (church. Friends may call at'ol ‘he Beatty-Bcurle chapel by j timer J. Hosmer  striking unattended vehicle    Gocttsch’s after IO Friday.    the Rev Alexander    George Elmer .I Hosmer. 73. cf 2  "SS     Burial:    Cedar M e m 0 r '  8 1  ) Street SW, a    long-time resident  at St. Patrick’s    Catholic church.     Fr ’ ends    may ca ^  at  ‘ ,K>  chapel 1 0 f the Cedar    Rapids area, died)  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.  Merlvn Hite. 2100 Twenty-ninth street SW, told police his home was burglarized between 8:20 and 11:25 pm. Monday while he and his wife were out.  A 1969 gold colored El Camino was also taken from the  garage. Hite believes the safe was transported from his residence in the vehicle.  Hite placed value of the coin collection at $9,000. Among the missing coins was a 1776 dollar which Hite values at $1,700.  Police originally listed the value of the collection at $3,500 which is the value of the coins when considered as normal currency.  The car and the safe have not been recovered, police said.  November, Man Is Found Dead  Edward Kent was found dead Wednesday afternoon at his residence in a remote arca near the Martin-Marictta 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 residence Thursday for information about his age and relatives had not reported in by noon. Kent was believed to be about 55 years old.  The county medical examiner said it would be impossible to determine when he died since the body was frozen.  - Stove Tamayo. 367 Seventh Anamosa -avenue SW; fined $25 andi^- Services costs.  Driving on right side —  rhird I J‘ ,rnes  Bachelder. 243 High-  Wake service at Goettsch’s.  at 8 p.m. Friday,after 7 p in. Thursday.  street SFL a son; Frederick Chavez, 1857 F) avenue NFL a daughter; Dean .Montour, 'll I  Old Marion road NE, a daughter.  Out of Town Births  At Ashton. III.—Mr. and Mrs. Jeffry Ogden, a son Dec. 30 Mrs. Ogden is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted FL Domorv. 3020 Eastern avenue NFL  Marriage Licenses  Mary Peril and Michael Novak, Debra Martens and; Randall Sirovey, Rosa Vega and Cresonciano Garcia, all of: Cedar Rapids. Mary Lundbladj and Michael Bowser, both of! Marion, Margaret Scott, Cedar Rapids, and David Hawk,) Brighton.  —Energy—  (Continued from Page I  Wednesday in a Cedar Rapids   -haspital.  Mrs. R. A. Welch    He was born Sept. 13, 1900. at  Dorothy Adeline Welch,    50,    Cedar Rapids. On    May 31,    1962.  Detroit, Mich., wife of Raymond    at Cedar Rapids    he was    mar-  A. Welch and a former resident Tied to Tilde Craft.  Standard Oil of California, I of Cedar Rapids, died in Detroit Mr. Hosmer had been cm-  Un’on Oil Co. and Shell Oil Co. \v e d n e sd a y . She was born ployed bv the Quaker Oats Co.,!  A spokesman for the    energy I March 8. 1923, at Vinton.    retiring    after 45 years. He was a)  office    said    the    companies    would)    Surviving in addition to    her    member of the    Ellis    Park  JST  10 Sl w p for rn !T r,ency have ,0    suhmit     detailed    reports    husband are her parents.    Mr.    Church of God.  vehicle — Wayne Herman, .. f  •  lL  •    •    •    I ...    ...    .....    „ ,    .    .    ...  Grand Junction. Colo; fined $50 l us ‘ ,fy,n K ‘ h(,,r  P nce  increases, and Mrs. Wencil Barta, Cedar Surviving are his wife, a son,  and costs.    |which he said would be legal if Rapids; five daughters, Mrs. Darrel. Merritt Island. Fla.;  they are based on the higher Tasia Freeman, Cedar Rapids.; two stepsons, John J Pappas,  land drive NW; fined $15 and  costs.  Itight-of-way violation  Darrel Bogner, 5605 Birchwood street SW; fined $20 and costs. Traffic signal violation -~  Lawyer Rogers, 402 Fourteenth  street SF]; Wayne Herman, Grand Junction, Colo.; each fined $15 and costs.  Petitions for Bankruptcy  Clara Lillian Johnson, formerly doing business as Club 15, Dubuque. Debts: $17,482.10. Assets: $6,030, with $800 claimed as exempt.  Richard Harry and Keaula Valo Burzlaff, also known as Keaula Valo Cox and Keaula Valo S in i I e y , Maquoketa. Debts: $5,109.25. Assets: $1,425, with $330 claimed as exempt.  Melvin Elmer and Darlene Joyce F'lugge, F’rederickshurg Debts:    $59,190.09. Assets:!  $27,317, with $27,300 claimed! as exempt Betty Mane Blackit!, West Union. Debt* $10,2 4 9. !• 7 Assets:    $4,835, with $2,995  claimed as exempt.  DeWuvne J aud Cheryl I.  Accident, damage to vehicle  Ruby Pospishil, 805 Pawnee drive NW; fined $15 and costs.  Driver’s license violation Wayne Herman, Grand Junction, Colo.: fined $25 and costs. Richard Flaucher,    Anamosa;  fined $20 and costs, Edward Griffin, 3037 Oakland NE; Harold Gladwin, 5001 coin Heights drive SF]; fined $10 and costs.  Registration violation Edward Griffin, 3037 Oakland road NFL fined $10 and costs.  I in prope r passing    Clifton  Whiting, Anamosa;    lined $20  and costs.  Reckless driving    Wayne  Herman, Grand Junction, Colo.: fined $80 and costs.  costs of foreign oil.  According to the the gimmicks used  Sherry Morrow’, Detroit;    Della Cedar Rapids, and Thomas A.I  spokesman,    Tuck, Wayne, Midi.; and    Victo-jP a p p a s . Marion; a    step-!  include    scr-    ria Graham and Ruby J.    Midi- daughter, Mrs. Fred    Cook,!  vice charges imposed on    the    gall, both of Phoenix, Anz.; fiveiCcdar Rapids; nine    grand-!  motorists for each gallon of gas. sons, Richard Atkins. Sabula; c h i I d r e n , three great- (  j .requiring customers to get a Francis S. Atkins IIL St. Claire grandchildren, and two sisters, u'm-1 car vva *h along with a full tank, j Shores, Midi,; Wencil L. Atkins, iHarriet Semen and Hazel Trie-each or making them buy other prod- San Francisco; Richard Stong. bel, both of Cedar Rapids.  nets at inflated prices.    Dearborn Heights, Midi, and Services: 10:30 a m. Friday at  AII these schemes are illegal. David A. Kerby. Detroit; 14 the Beatty-Beurle chapel by the the IRS said, and consumers grandchildren, and one brother, Rev. John Little. 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