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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                IHBWYORK mH r George Jocus George Jocus, 81, a Cedar Itapids resident most of his life before moving to the Soldiers Homo at Marfhalltown, died Sunday following a long illness. He was born Dec. 25, 1892, at Kauna, Lithuania. He had been employed at Quaker Oats Co. for 35 years prior to his retire- ment. There are no immediate sur- vivors. Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. Richard J. Hess. The Rosary will be recit- ed at the Cedar Memorial funer- al home at p.m. Tuesday. Burial: Cedar Memorial Park ecmolcrv. 2, died Sunday after a lingering jvolvc ,he price Ofjbecause of the strike. nies like ours In one -ness. Horn Catherine A( j and wc have sus. shelved and federal; nooa scvera! trucks were es- "Potions." life. She was formerly employed land state regulations under i from the lowa-I-80 m Manchester, Arnold Stone, as manager of the II Green jwhich truckers operate, i superintendent of Henderson Mrs. Billy G. Jones Mrs. Hilly 0. Jones, 28, route -U.S. Trucks- (Continued from Page 1.) the truckers consider "mini- mum acceptable demands." The Cedar Kaplds Gazette: Tues., Feb. 5, 1974 trouble for drivers and tmcks, IOWU I firm converted to common (Continued from Page 1.) carrier Tuesday. (breaking and fabricating divi-j "if the strike continues the In general, the demands wouldn't report Tuesday impact will be felt by compa- Stamp Redemplion Center. Surviving arc her husband, to i whom she was married Oct. The national Guard on Duty 1 report edly threatened by i other truckers Manufacturing Co., said, There very little coming in and 1965; her mother, Mrs. Frank M. Vrba, route 2; a sister, Jan-j ice, also of route 2, and a broth-j Michigan, lo keep order and mois er, Frank A. Vrba, Swisher. j prevent the shootings, rock j Services: finish chapel at and lire slashings; The Walcott station reportedly Tuesday night, snow is expected over parts of the Lakes region and in portions of the lower Rockies. Some rain or showers may be noted over the middle Mississippi valley and sections of the central Plains. Mostly fair elsewhere. --Daily Record The Weather High temperatures Monday, low temperatures overnight and Inches r.t preclpi. ation: Anchorage 7319.01 L. Angeles 7947. At anta ....4627. Miami .8356.02 Bismarck ..16 7.03 Min'apolis 1613.23 Chicago 7421.03 N.Orleans 61 35 Denver .....6023. New York .2111.01 Oululh 10 9.04 Phoenix ...7541... Honolulu ...MMM Seattle ...5034... Houston 64S4... Washington 4120... Missing. Extended Forecast Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday, jecoming mostly cloudy Saturday. Highs in the 20s and 30s. ..ows in the teens. C. R. Weather -Ugh Monday Court Speeding -Edward Schumacher, Bcvcr avenue SE; Ronald Hunt, 329 F avenue NW; Peter Sprague, Edgewooc Jeffrey Nelson, 4423 Regal avenue NE; Thomas Moss, 3853 Bever avenue SE; Alan Speidel, 1023 Twenty-sixth street SE; each fined ?30 and costs. Charles Melson, 1095 Fifth street SW; fined ?25 and costs. David Kuennen, 909 Be -mont parkway NW; Nancy Gladwin, 910 Thirteenth street NW; Vickie Chase, 725 Memorial drive SE; Robert Caldwcll, 3001 Sixth street SW; each fined and costs.' Faulty equipment Ronald Pettit, 1135 Hubbard avenue SE; Lorraine Harmon, Central City; each with two charges; (ined and costs on each charge. Improper turn Earl DeNio, 800 Thirty-sixth street NE; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Michael B e r n s, Twenty-second avenue SW; fined and costs. Joseph Edgington, 1551 Fourth avenue SE; Cindy Burger, 2617 Otis road SE; John Cooper, 418 First avenue NW; each lined and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Steven Rupc, 616 Fourth avenue SE; fined S30 and costs. Jerry Thomas, 1715 Sixth avenue SE; lined and costs. Traffic signal violation Steven Kruse, 837 Thirty-sixth street NE; Gary Berggren, 135 Twenty-first street NW; each fined and costs. .Improper registration Robert Baldwin, 1512 L street SW; fined and costs. Disobeying police officer William Eddy, 1510 Washington avenue SE: fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Ed Cinkan, 181 Fifteenth avenue SW; fined' and costs. Deaths Stanwood Paul Gadke, 63. Services, Thursday at at Methodist church. Masonic services at 8 Wednesday at Chapman's, where friends may call after noon Wednesday. Shcllsburg Olive Bull, 82. Services Wednesday at at United Presbyterian church. White-Phillips', Vinton. A memorial has been established. Wellman Zoo Butter-baugh, 88. Services Thursday at at Powell's, where friends may call after 7 Tuesday. Manchester George J. Jirak, 60. Services Saturday at 10, St. Mary's church. Shelly's, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday. Rosary Thursday at 8, wake service Friday at 8. Iowa City Linda K. Cook, 69. Services Thursday at 2, Beckman-Butherus. A sister, Helen F. Renshaw of Cedar Rapids, survives. Belle riainc Norris (Pug) Anderson, 60. Services Thursday at 2 at First Congresationa church. Friends may call at Peffers-Halverson's after 9 a.m. Wednesday. Monona Mrs. Edna Klic-foth, 70, Mesa, Ariz. Services at 1 1 Friday at St. John Lutheran church, Farmersburg. Friends may call at Sclniltx' after noon Thursday. Elkadcr Tcnn Glawe, 90. Services at 1 1 Wednesday at Peace United Church of Christ. Witt's. Oxford. Edwin W Scyclc 6.1. Services Thursday at 1 1 at St. Mary's Catholic church, Iowa City. Rosary at 7 Wedncs- Low overnight Noon Tuesday 2pm Precipitation Total for Feb Normal for Feb Normal through Feb 2.54 Total for 1974 Barometer steady Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at Gazelle weather station at 2 p.m. E at 18 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, suli sets, Year Ago Today High, 38; ow, 34; rainfall, None. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck PtCldy Cleveland Rain Cincinnati Rain Detroit Snow 29-15 :ndianapolis ..Shwrs 45-30 Kansas Cily Cloudy 44-18 Mpls.-St. Paul Cloudy 19-0 Okla. City PtCldy 60-34 Omaha .Cloudy Sioux Falls Cloudy 15-2B B Below Zero Degree Total to date Through Feb. 4, 1973 Percent ol normal year 64.10 Total normal year Coralviile Lake Pool level Tuesday ....677.38 Births St. Lake's Feb. 4 To the families of Michael Walker, 1750 Country drive, Marion, a son; V. rhomas Beckmann, Mechanics-ville, a daughter; .Thomas F. McEnany, 2565 Twenty- third avenue, Marion, a daughter; Steven L. T n b i n, 604 Fourteenth avenue SE, a daughter; Arnold D. Wacker, Shcllsburg, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Omaha, Neb. Airman and Mrs. Michael Loefflcr, a laughter born Feb. 3. Mrs. Loeffler's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Driscoll, 3060 Twelfth avenue, Marion, and L-oeffler's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loefflcr, 3230 Pranbrook terrace NW. At Scranton, I'a. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kins, a son jorn Feb. 3. King is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. King, 75 Twenty-ninth street NW. At Iowa Cily Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Nallcy, a daughter born Feb. 2. Maternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blin. 2199 Eighth avenue, Marion. Marriage Licenses Patricia Bcebc and Floyd Haftis, both of Cedar Rapids. Fires p.m. Monday. Alr.c-vac at airport. p.m. Monday. Overheated boiler at 405 E avenue NW. p.m. Monday. Malfunction of alarm system at Sixteenth avenue and Third street SE. a.m. Tuesday. Trash fire at 3800 Blairs Ferry road Touch" FTD Service PIERSON'S 1 BOO Ellis Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1 826 John B. Turner Son Funrral Diirclors Serving all faiths since 1888. 'iilnicT'sl-'iisl 'UinxT'sWesl si- WJi AvrAVc.si V __________ day at Donohuc's. Burial in St. Peter's cemetery, Cosgrovc. Central City Carl W. Trit- le, 52. Services Thursday at at St. Stephen's Catholic church. Rosary at 8 Wednesday at Murdoch's. (Continued from ljage 1.) these middle distillate oils by 5.3 cents. Temporary Tax Specifically, Shultz and Simon urged enactment of a tempo- rary tax that would drain wind- fall profits from 'the recent boosts in crude oil prices. The levy would phase out if price levels stabilize during the com- ing years. They also proposed to deny U.S. oil producers the deprecia- tion allowance on crude oil pro- duced abroad and to slash the extent to which payment ol taxes to foreign countries may be used to offset U.S. taxes on other foreign-generated income. Simon said he "resists the term rollback" because it in dicates going back to some pasl "uneconomic but he in dicated he could live with some percentage above a base price "I'm interested in the Presiden having an ability lo the prices don't go to emotiona Simon added. When Rep. Al Ullman (D acting chairman of the panel, asked about how close the nation might be to gasoline rationing, Simon said that, with help from the weather and coop eration by the American people "we're holding our own." "Shortages are still of a spol nature and don't justify imple- menting a rationing system for 50 states We've got a bettei than 50-50 chance of beating ra- tioning." Jennie M. Tisher Jennie M. Tisher, 95, died Dec. 19 in San Diego, Calif. She HIS born Aug. 2, 1878, in 'rairieburg, and was a resident if Cedar Rapids for over 75 years before moving lo San )iego in 1957. Surviving arc a daughter, Pearl Ingersoll, San Diego; four sisters, Eldora Meadows,   offer itnlff finest in l-'fiinilii'H Hurt1 Serrvil I1AXTOH MKMORIAI, CIIAPiaS MAIIION: II blocks north of Library MT. VKRNON: 8115.8111111 Hlock west of Post Office   

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