Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 27, 1974, Page 3

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette January 27, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa C. R. Weather High Saturday    ;w ll p.m. Saturday Barometer, rising Humidity al ll p rn    oil0;, Wind direction arid velocity at Hazel Ie weather station at ll p rn. W at 15 rn p h. Sun rises Monday, 8:24; sun sets, ti: in Year Ago Today High, 12; low, 30; rainfall, none. Births — Mercy —Energy— (Continued from Page I ) was justified by the companies on the grounds that although Hie price may have been high, it. assured security of supply and stability of price for a five iyear period “Instead, we have had in-29 r}<j stability of pr ice and insecurity of supply,” Church said, noting that the Arab Israeli war has been blamed for these consequences. “But,” Church asked, “long before Hu* war occurred, did the companies and the IJS. government have reason to be- .    „„    move    that    the    agreement    was Jan. 25 —To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pusateri jr., 2000 Washington avenue SF, a son. Births — St. Lj'kg's lh a louse of cards’. Should an attentive government have known Ibis from the start, and taken .    __    _    ,    appropriate    measures    to    strong- Donald I.. Miller'of Swisher 'll    mark(‘t daughter; Merrill Manure, 1800'WP ,hon bave b(‘Pn b(‘t,or I)rP' Thirty-fourth street NK, a son; George lf. Slocum, 270 Bcrnita «I ii vo NW, a daughter; Dean McDermott, 2126 North Towno place NK, a daughter. Jan. 26 To the families of Richard IVtersmith. 3000 .I street SW, a son, and Terry Muller, 3312 O avenue NW, a daughter. I pared to confr ont [ties we, and our i encountered?” the difficul-allies, have ***** ***** mn ■ \ Objections Church told newsmen the state department objected to release of the testimony, claiming    it would    damage Akins’ abilities to perform in his present    post as    ambassador to Saudi Arabia. He said he might make other documents public if the state and defense departments and the National Security 63. Services Tuesday a^n.Ht i?UnCl!! "'f'!Se “s1rw",est ,hal Aloysia church. Rosary Sun- they declassified. day and Monday at 8, French’s. I Church’s aides said Akins and where friends may call after a justice department anti-trust I Sunday    lawyer were kept waiting in a Krtly,'^Services    Monthly    «t    NfW    .Y",k '«.*    “ffic“ <» 10:30, St.    John’s    church.    *Ro-    ar*v’    1971, while    representatives caries at 8 tonight and 3 Sun-[of 39 oil companies met behind day; wake service at 8 Sunday, closed doors to design the antiwhite s.    [trust exemption they wanted. North Fngiish —Truman G. I Akins said that though he eom-Monday «t|mented on ^ Iowa Deaths Brandon Isabelle Haiti, 82. Services Monday at IO, St. Joseph’s church, Marion. Rosary Sunday at 7, Baxter’s in Marion. Calmar - - Thomas The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun.. Jan. 27, 1071 JA G. L. Poet    from Iowa Falls, and was owner (I I, ITH a former -esidcnt and "P,,rator °r lhe cH Blnm of Cedar Rapids and who for- Co. department store from 1948 molly operated a hatchery in llntd Ins retirement in 196(1. He Kly, died Friday at his home rn was a member of First Hither-Corona, Calif. .Services will he :m ehurch and the Keen Afters held there Monday.    club. —    Surviving    are    his    wife;    a Clarence H. Blore daughter. Mrs. Marly* Purkis of ba Grange, III.; a son, Allen, of Cedar Rapids; two grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Nettie Christensen of Oak Park, III., and one brother Andrew, of Coulter. Services are pending at First Lutheran church. Burial: Cedar memorial Friends may call at Turners east after 5 p rn. Sunday. Attic Blaze Gazelle Photo by John Mclver Clarence H. Biom, 74, of 921 Oakland road NK, died Saturday [afternoon following a short I illness. He was horn June 5, 1899, in Burlington and was married to the former Senora Swenson on I Jan. 21, 1933, in Ames. He had been a resident of Cedar Rapids since 1942 when he moved here City Briefs (More Brief on Pogo 8A) Returned Home -Mrs. Naomi da>| f"!'"*'"* a '""R «'“»• He Horan, 715 Eighteenth street SF. bad bf™ vicepresident of has returned from Oklahoma £fdar I,aflds. Transfer and Oily where she was called for k!oraR‘, md retired 'n 197) after lhe death of her brother, Hush 14 >",ars w,th ,hp ™"ipany. G. Keenan, a former Marion He was horn May 29, 1904, at resident    Columbus City and had been a *    *    *    Cedar Rapids resident for 50 Purse Stolen —Carol Webber, years. He was married to Viola 2950 Third street, Marion, re- J- Gechow on May 28, 1939, at ported her purse worth $8 and Stanwood, containing $40 In cash and over Donald Lee Duncan Donald I/ee Dunean, 69, of 393 Memorial drive SE, died Satur- Faas, 77. Services 1:30, Christian church, well’s. p®!|monied on the agreement, it was basically written by the ini'.do !;. f Albert Him 71. Services Monday at 10:30, j Church said Akins’ testimony Turner chapel west.    [“shows    the    subordinate    if    not Traer — Mrs. Amanda subservient role of the govem-Moeller, 88. Services at WSO [mat in dealing with the oil industry.” Victor - Adaline Shaw. 73.1 "Whal be»f servrs lhp "ii Services Monday at 2, McAn- (,<)mpames best serves the inch’s.    American people is an assump- Wheatland — Lucy Buxton lion we have indulged in too Andresrn. Chapman’s. Monday at Zion Lutheran church in Dysart. Overton’s. —Population— (Continued from Page I.) ing age (15 to 44 years). The official figures were re Cedar Rapids firemen extinguished a blaze which started in the attic of a three-story home at 1013 Third avenue SE, shortly after noon Saturday. Lisa Lane, three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lane, was listed in fair condition Saturday night at Mercy hospital with burns on her hands, face and feet suffered in tho blaze. The fire caused extensive damage to the attic and heat, smoke and water damage throughout the rest of the house. Cause of the fire is still under investigation. More Layoffs in Auto Industry Are Predicted DETROIT (Af) - With auto sales off 30 percent and stocks of big carts still at record levels, the nation’s automakers may Hospitals Urged To Be Ready for Flu Increase DES MOINES (UPI) — State last week, were to reopen Mon- Struck by Car, C.R. Youth, 16, Listed as Fair Rapids $50 in food stamps was taken Saturday    while she    was    shopping at    K    mart east,    180    Collins road NPT * * * Coat Taken —A coat valued at $100 belonging to Clary Smrjkal, 2440 Fruitland boulevard SW. was reported taken from a coat room at the Roosevelt hotel Friday night. * * * Convalescing —Becky De-muth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Central He was a member of the Central Park United Presbyterian church, the Elks club, Cedar Rapids Rotary club, and the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce. Surviving are his wife; one son. Dr David J. Duncan of Pocatello, Idaho, and two grandchildren. Servicer will he 2 p m. Monday at the Cedar Memorial Chapel of Memories with the Rev. Allen S. VanCleve of the Park United Presby- Joe Becker, is convalescing at terian church officiating health department officials Sat-iday. However basketball games boy was listed in fair condition Ibrr Parf’nts home after break- BuriaL Cedar Memorial. a    iu , j • • ic* a i, .    .    ~    Mprrv    uncnita,    mg    her leg. Her infant son is * Fiends may call at the tuner urday warned hospital admims-|Saturday night and next Tues- at Mercy hospital Saturday. J vitlfi *    r,i    home    after    3    pm    Sunday night after he was hit by a carl*180 vu,un»- trators that a significant in-'day night were canceled. crease in admissions can be an- have to extend the cutbacks that have virtually wiped out! ticiPated if the current f,u out-more than 64,000 jobs.    ibreak cont,mics. General Motors has warned A department spokesman said long, Church said.    another 75,000 employee that In other developments:    they will be subject to layoffs The Nixon administration is for “varying periods of time’’ weighing a proposal to help between now and the end of workers hunt new employment j March, and Ford has an addi- Seek Virus Type .on Waconia avenue SW near its intersection with J street. The Iowa official said Wiscon- Duane Williams, son of Mrs. sin health officials have isolated Elma Williams, 909 Tenth ave-an influenza type B virus from nue SW, suffered a skull frac- school absenteeism has exceed-three patients in the Lacrosse ture and head cuts. ii home after 3 p.m. * ut *    and at the chapel from 9 a m. Music Stolen —John Dam- Monday to 1:30 p.m. Friends, if mann, 802 Fifteenth avenue SW. they wish, may contribute to the told police a stereo tape player Central Park United Presby-worth $60, two speakers worth terian church memorial fund. $20 and a $5 tape were taken    *-  ....iMarco, ana rom nas an aam- ------- .;    ... and relocate at government ex- tional 17 000 workers on tempo- rate was greater than IO percent pense. W. J. Usery, President I rary furloughs.    during    the    last    week    w    ere    Clay-    tificati J Nixon's newly appointed special j industry ana|y,ts estimate!10"’    M"rhel1-    I,l<    kln    ithe    cur od IO percent in five Iowa coun- arca and that school closings Police said he was struck by a! ._nre p.davniBht ties, and that additional out-' have been reported in the neigh- car driven by Richard Magoon.j    ___________' breaks may be forthcoming !boring states of Illinois, Min- 49, route two. Magoon was headcount ies where the absenteeism I nesota and Michigan. riding laboratory ing east on Waconia when the Services Monday for jden.|Williams boy appeared in front Isabel Hartl, Brandon assistant for leased after UPI checked popu la!ion trends in every state andir?,i,lom . .* u 1 c,,CIKy-rei the District of Columbia and b]bor P^'ems. says this is found that in 1973 the birth rate: “lf™1 foss'bd‘"fs fo[ cns' g th. employment crunch. i downs and layoffs in December. Thurs far in 1974.    64.175 The head of the American Pe- t r o I e u rn Institute criticized congress Saturday for adopting dropped to the lowest level since records first were kept in a number of states. The population in some cases increased at a slower pace than had been predicted by demographers — the people who keep track of such trends — only a year earlier. The contraceptive pill, the economic pinch and a host of critics of the oil producers other developments such as Ie- A house subcommittee has gatized abortions were cited by subpoenaed two interior depart-differcnt authorities as possible mpnt officials in an investiga-factors.    lion of the recent $210 million California and New York, the [lease of oil shale lands in Co-two most populous states in the jlorado. Rep. John Dingell (lunation, recorded only fractional Mich. I, chairman of lhe small increases in their numbers in business subcommittee, said the the past year. California’s popu-1 department originally estimated enerev-related Lu 7    7    "7    -T    v7    I    son    and    Union. ?y1 y,<ncu that stockpiles of new cars i one topped only slightly following j    Schools    Closed the first wave of plant shut-j Thp spokesman said that of the car running west, police I .said. Magoon was unable to stop on (he wet pavement. No charges' were filed. Saturday for -.a^.i-»!workers havp been given indefi- several schools have been closed because of absenteeism which has been associated with symp-influenza.” a punitive attitude toward lhcl"de. Iayn!fs. by    1    tom*    consistent    with    infl oil industry without rotting    im    !I!,'N    .    ,    ,a,    ,-c,i    .’    In    addition,    tho    dent getting down to the fundamentals of solving the energy problem. AR President Frank Ikard told UPI in an interview that he deplores j the “shrill voice” being used by 13,(HK) at Chrysler and 11,175 at Ford. The automakers still are sit-on about 1.6 million autos far ahead of the previous peak of 1.46 million in 1969, ting partition! advised school officials and hospital administrators to take steps to cope with the possible flu epidemic. “Hospital administrators may Memorial Services Redie*. Fred F. —Services will he 1:30 p.m. Monday at Trinity Lutheran church by the Rev. Richard Osing and the Rev. Richard Thompson. Burial: Cedar Memorial eeme-i Auditory. Friends may rail at I BRANDON    Isabel Alice yurnPr west until 9 p.m. Sun- Hartl. 82. of Brandon, widow of day and at the church from IO Albert Hartl, died F'ridav in a a.m. to 1:25 p m. Monday. The Cedar Rapids hospital following1 casket will not he opened after .    ,      ,    the service. a short lunes...    Macy,    Bessie    — Graveside She was born Mar. 18, 1891, at services 10:30 a rn. Monday at Ely, and was married to Albert New Providence by the Rev. in Cedar Rapids.I    McDonald.    Friend,,    may 'call at Turner west until 9 p.m. Sunday. Catholic church in Indepen- Chapman, I red C.—Services dcnce.    noon Monday at Turner east by nae    i    cnniiui.M    nm aoimMnr I Dr. John P. Woods. Burial: , c .    ,    ...    ,.    A    longtime    Palo    resident,    he    ..    ,    .    ’    Cedar memorial cemetery, charged Saturday with making    Anril    2    1002    at    Todd-    ^rs Joseph A. Kopecky of Kriends may call at Turner east a false report to police.    ..    '    ’    ’    .    Marion, three grandchildren,'until 11:30 a.m. Monday. The According to police. Ihe]^    em4)    °^e    four grfat-grandchildrcn. and c^wmn^ be opened .Her charge stemmed from a report    Surviv ing    are ' two sisters. ?.ne br0thrr’ Gi,bert H°VOrka MotUwer. Merry Ellen ation of an agent causing current outbreaks in Iowa, it seems reasonable to consider it to be influenza, possibly the same as isolated in Wisconsin,” the spokesman said.    I Rites Monday for Charge C.R. Woman    Roy Thomas, Palo George Hartl With False Report PAI/) - Roy Albert Thomas, shp was a member of St. John’s „ . ,    .    71, died Wednesday following a: Joanna Marie Jagcrson. 20, of brjef jj|ness 209 Seventh avenue SW, was t ,___At___ n    L.    Surviving    are    one    daughter. when the inventories were more anticipate an increased demand she made to police Wednesday Anna v1;ip Mofferd of Glenview! |K1>' evenly divided among different for sPa(‘p anfi staff during the concerning some of her checks m and charlotte Rebelski car sizes. Now', because of concern over the availability of fuel, the makers report a 110-day supply of t h e big standard-sized models. At the same time, small car lation rose by 227,000 to an es- the value of the land as only $9 .supplies are at what is coreid-;j next few weeks as the epidemic continues, which it can be expected to do if it is indeed influenza,” the official said. “It may be advisable to postpone elective admissions during this period and to curtail all but essential hospital visiting privi- which were supposedly lost. She signed a promise to pear and w as released. Michael McAlerney Charged with Assault of fimated 20,857.000 while in New York it was up only 95.850 to 18.584.4fH) Illinois Down million The five big oil companies I serving Hawaii were called be fore a special hearing Saturday to disclose how much gasoline Illinois may actually have lost they have stored in the state people. According to the latest which begins the nation’s first figures available from the Illi*Jmandatory rationing program nots department of public Monday. or od to be the low cist possible ix.int about 15-20 days’ worth. David Sullivan Charged in Crash David Sullivan, •gos. However, the department’s infectious disease control division said that “closing of schools is not a recommended measure tor controlling an outbreak of suspected influenza in a community although unnecessary of large groups j Services 3 p.m. Monday by the es will ho IO a rn Mon Rev. Ernest Larson at Turner , Hav af St In«enh'« Tatholie chapel west. Burial: Linwood Cedar Rapids, and two brothers,;    ‘    ‘    b , r? icemetery. Friends may call at ap- John Thomas of Cedar Rapids p ’ r!?ln’ v...re    Turner west after I p.m. Sun- and Paul Thomas of Marion Jus,ln Kanp Thoro will ho a l o- day and until 2:30 p m. Mon- in in sarv at 7 p.m. Sunday at Baxter day. The casket will not he ' . memorial chapel, where friends! opjC.*?0f* af,ri service. ■ ■ west,    f    .’    —    —    —    Thomas.    Roy    Albert — Dunkard,mav beginning at 9:30 a.m.|Turner chapel west at 10:30 Sunday. Burial will be in St. a m. Monday. Burial: Dunkard John s cemetery.    cemetery. Friends may call at i Turner west. Services: Monday at a m. in Turner chape’ Cedar Rapids. Burial: cemetery. Friends may call the chapel at Cub Scouts the be depart- of Man-, j chester, has been charged with    CPn^r?^*°n ^ health, the population    was! Highway    fatalities iii 18    states driving left of center after a car    shou,d he avo,do(i 11.236,000 on July J, 1973, a    drop;enforcing    lower speed    limits accident Saturday afternoon in    School closing? of 8,000 as against that    of 12    were down an average of 25 per-    the 6600 block of C    avenue NE    moot said, may he pi months earlier.    cent for last December from a    which resulted in    injuries to    j because of excessive abseil Despite the slowed population j year earlier, the National High-    himself and another    person. Sui    theism among students and fac'|mcnt growth, the UPI survey    found    way Traffic Safety Administra-divan and Susan Ovel, 24, of 2031    a1 t v preventing meaningful    — A rural Cedar Rapids man has been charged with assault with intent to do great bodily injury after allegedly threatening a woman with a knife. Michael McAlerney, 22 who listed his address as highway    is*    -Tho    following    boys 94, posted $150 bond and was received awards at Starry released after he was arrested    school, Marion: David lAizum,    liquor on a highway. on the charge Saturday.    Scott    Van Wry, Paul Ward, Patricia Tinstman,    30, of 521 l)obor;,b, Brady, 116 Second    Todd    Hogan, Bryan Stow, Allen    Eighth avenue SE. posted $26.50 actieal avonuo    lK)b(,<’    McAlcr-    Stow,    Tim Hogan, Brad Adams,    bond on lhe charge    and was ney threatened her with a knife Mike Horan, Peter Christiansen, released, early Saturday at her apart- Todd Fuller, Frank Reynolds, Woman Arrested for Drinking on Highway A Cedar Rapids woman was arrested Saturday on a warrant from Jasper county charging her with using or consuming a He triter fiajubfl <£azrttr Established In 1U3 by Th# Gazette Co. and published datlv and Sunday ot 500 Third Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa $240# Second Class Postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa Subscription rates by carrier IS cents a week. By mall: Night edition and Sunday 6 issues J2.2S a month, $24 a yeor; Afternoon editions and Sunday 7 Issues $2.50 a month, $25 a year. Other states and U S territories i40 a year. No moll subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the us# for republication of ail th# local news printed in this newspaper as well as ail AP news dispatches. Mark Cracraft. that outside the biggest states tion said Saturday, the increase in populations ap peared to dip only slightly in most middle and sparsely-populated states A handful of states where unusual economic    ret ary    James factors occurred were the ex-    has    denied    th< Park avenue SE, were treated at operation. (St. eeption. Luke’s hospital and released, j Police said Sullivan was going south on C avenue and attempt-j od to pass a car. The Ovel car, Schlesinger, who headed north, attempted to spy ring existed, avoid the Sullivan car, hut went Guttenberg schools, closed -Wcterccte Jf (Continued from Page I ) Non-Ccntroct NEW WANT AD DEADLINES TUFS......4:45 PM Mon. WED.......4 45 PM Tues. THURS.....4:45 PM Wed. FRI  4 45 PM Thurs. SAT  4 45 PM Tri SUN ll OO AM Sat MON 11:45 AM Sat. Correction* and cancellation* 8 AM ’til 9 AM Hoy of publication. ’TU 11:00 AM Sat. for Sunday. Want Ad Dept. dotes at Noon Saturday DIAL 398-8234 Krogh said. “Schlesinger has [broadside in the road. Sullivan's riot had access to it (the study), <““* struck Mrs, Ovel’s car iii obviously, or he wouldn’t have The right side said what he raid ” The Senate Watergate committee Saturday abruptly postponed public hearings scheduled for the next two weeks to avoid i prejudicing the upcoming New York trial of former Atty Gen John Mitchell and former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans. No new starting date was announced. Ut KSU . . . 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  • Adaline Shaw
  • Albert Hartl
  • Allen S. Vancleve
  • Brad Adams
  • Brandon Isabelle Haiti
  • Bryan Stow
  • C.R. Youth
  • Carol Webber
  • Charles Lane
  • Clarence H. Blore
  • David J. Duncan
  • David Laizum
  • David Sullivan
  • Dean Mcdermott
  • Donald I.
  • Duane Williams
  • Elma Williams
  • Ernest Larson
  • Frank Ikard
  • Frank Pusateri Jr.
  • Frank Reynolds
  • G. Keenan
  • G. L. Poet
  • Isabel Hartl
  • Joanna Marie Jagcrson
  • Joe Becker
  • John Dam
  • John Dingell
  • John Mitchell
  • John P. Woods
  • John Thomas
  • Joseph A. Kopecky
  • Lisa Lane
  • Lucy Buxton
  • Marion Jus
  • Mark Cracraft
  • Maurice Stans
  • Michael Mcalerney
  • Mike Horan
  • Nettie Christensen
  • Palo George Hartl
  • Patricia Tinstman
  • Paul Thomas
  • Paul Ward
  • Peter Christiansen
  • Richard Ivtersmith
  • Richard Magoon.J
  • Richard Osing
  • Richard Thompson
  • Roy Albert Thomas
  • Senora Swenson
  • Susan Ovel
  • Terry Muller
  • Tim Hogan
  • Todd Fuller
  • Truman G. I Akins
  • W. J. Usery
  • Witt Marian F. Teahen

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: January 27, 1974

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