Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 5, 1974, Page 6

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February 05, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (lotto* ‘AM I* ft ANC ttCO ATLANTA tOWItt TlMHKATUtlS \ NCWOftLftAN* Funeral service is a matter of caring, then doing. A funeral director must be genuinely concerned... and then demonstrate this concern by providing the finest and most complete assistance he can. At least this is the way Stan Lawrence looks at it, and families served here seem to agree that it's the right way. Murdoch_ tm’yUneiaf Homa |©J MARION CENTER POINT CENTRAL CITY SPRINGVILLE WALKER    COGGON and in Odar Rapids THE BEATTY BEURLE CHAPEL MATTHAI WtAlHft it (VICI fOKf CAST to 7am IST *- a -m YOH ft YO 3050 Obituaries MIAMI UPI WfAlHfMOIOCASt © ll OI NO pain SHOWE *5 SHOW Alt MOW George Jocus George Jocus, HI, a Cedar Rapids resident most of fits life before moving lo the Soldiers Home at Marshalltown, died Sunday following a long illness. Ile was born Dee 25, 1802, at Kauna, Lithuania. He had been employed at Quaker Oats Co. for :t5 years prior lo his retirement. There are no immediate sur I vivors. Services; IO a.rn Wednesday int I rn in a cu I a I e Conception church by the Rev. Richard .J Hess. The Rosary will he recited at the Cedar Memorial funeral home at 7:150 p.m. Tuesday Burial; Cedar Memorial Hark cemetery. Jennie M. "fisher Mrs. Billy G. Jones Mrs. Hilly 0 .Jones, 28, route 2 died Sunday after a lingering illness. Horn Catherine Vrba, May ll, 1945, iii Cedar Rapids, she lived in the area all of her life She was formerly employed as manager of the S& lf Or cen Stamp Redemption Center. Surviving are her husband, to whom sin* was married Ort 0, 1965; her mother, Mrs Frank M Vrba, route 2; a sister, Janice, also of route 2, arid a broth cr, Frank A Vrba, Swisher. Services: Brosh chapel at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial: Czech National cemetery Friends may call at the chapel after 3:30 pm Tuesday. Tuesday night, snow is expected over parts of the Lakes region and in nortions of the lower Rockies. Some rain or showers may be noted over tho middle Mississippi valley and sections of the central Plains. Mostly fair elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weather High temperatures Monday, low tem peratures overnight and inches cf precipitation: Anchorage    J? 19    OI    L. Angeles    79    *7    . Atlanta    U 27.    Miami    83    SA    .0? Bismarck    16 7 .OI    Min apolis    1613 28 Chicago    .24 21 .0*    N Orleans    6135. Denver    60 21.    New York    21 ll OI Duluth    IO 9.04    Phoenix    75    4t    . Honolulu    MMM    Seattle    50    34    . Houston    64 54    .    Washington    41    20    . M—Missing. Lows in the teens. C. R. Weather High Monday church. Rosary at 8 Wednesday I at Murdoch’s. Magistrate s Court Speeding — Edward Schumacher, 1926 Bever avenue SE; Ronald Hunt, 329 F avenue NW; Peter Sprague, Edgewood; Jeffrey Nelson. 4423 Regal avenue NE; Thomas Moss, 3853 Bever avenue SE; Alan Extended Forecast — Partly Speiriel, 1023 Twenty-sixth cloudy Thursday and Friday,(street SE; each fined $30 and, becoming mostly cloudy Satur- costs. Charles Melson, 1095 day. Highs in the 20s and 30s. Fifth street SW; fined $25 and rary tax that would drain wind- costs. David Kuennen, OOO Eel-j mont parkway NW; Nancy I Gladw in, 910 Thirteenth street 22 NW; Vickie Chase, 725 Memo 24  ‘ ‘ Jennie M, Tisher, 95, died Dec. 19 in San Diego, Calif. She was born Aug. 2,    1878, in Prairieburg, and was a resident of Cedar Rapids for over 75 years before moving to San Diego in 1957. , r, , .    Surviving    are a daughter, day at    Donohue s.    Burial in    St    M ,    , _    „    „ Peter’s cemetery, Cosgrove. if earl Ingersoll, San Diego, Central City —    Carl W. Trit-    four sisters, Eldora Meadows, Ie, 52.    Services    Thursday    at    Kent, Wash , Bessie George, 10:30 at St. Stephens Catholici Seattle, Ixirena Taylor, Center —Energy— (Continued from Page 1.) these middle distillate oils by 5.3 cents Temporary Tax Specifically, Shultz and Simon enactment of a tempo- Point, and Pearl Haynes, Cedar Rapids; a brother, Riley Haynes, Vancouver, Wash., and a grandson. Memorial services were con-ducted Feb. I in California. Frank Little Frank Little, 78, owner Peoples Furniture .store for years before his retirement years ago, died Monday of 48 17 in had Homestead, Fla., where h< been living. Survivors include his wife, the former Alice Skaff. Mr. Little belonged to the Elks club, Cedar View Country club and St John’s Episcopal church in Cedar Rapids Services will be Thursday at the Episcopal church in Homestead. Edna Lubberden rial drive SE; Robert Caldwell, 3001 Sixth street SW; each 28 fined $20 and costs. 25 Faulty equipment - Ronald Trace Pettit, 1135 Hubbard avenue, tTc i j ,■    , tv SE; Lorraine Harmon, Central    producers    the    deprecia ..irate City; (<ach wjth two C|,argCS; tion allowance on crude oil pro-... .1.03 fined $10 and costs on Low overnight ..... Noon Tuesday 2 p m. ... :....... Precipitation ....... Total for Feb....... Normal for Fob............lh*j    fined $10 and costs on each duccd abroad and to slash the Normal through Fob........2.54    charge.    extent to whj h payment of Tnt a I for IQ74    t    63    Improper    turn    —    Earl DeNio, .    .    .    t total tor *    ,..........HOO Thirty-sixth street NE; taxes t0 fore,8n countries may Barometer, steady ........29.91    ■    fined $20 and costs.    he used to offset U.S. taxes on Humidity at noon    70%    J    Driver's license violation    other foreign-generated income. WW director, and velocity at .Twcnf^ond'aCenue^SW; Simon said he •■resists the Gazette weather station at I fjncci $20 and costs. Joseph term rollback” because it in-p.m. E at 18 mph    Erigington, 1551 Fourth avenue;dicates going back to some past Sun rises Wednesday, 8:14;    .    Bu'8er’    ^l1'    “uneconomic level,” but he in- ,    -    00    J    road SE; John Cooper, 418 First .    ...    ... sun sets, 6:28.    avenue NW. . ach fined SH) and dicated he could live with some Year Ago Today — High, 38; costs.    (percentage above a base price. Accident, damage to vehicle ‘•pm interested in the President — Steven Rupe, 616 Fourth av-    .... enue SE; fined $30 and costs. .    ® ® ability to cap—SO the Jerry Thomas, 1715 Sixth ave- prices don t go to emotional nue SE; fined $15 and costs.    levels,” Simon added. Mrs. Edna Lubberden. 73, of 2253 C street SW, died Monday in a local hospital. She was born Sept. 12, 1900, at Leighton. fall profits from the recent Surviving are a son, Dean boosts in crude oil prices. The Va? Zu“k of Sunnyvale, Calif.; .    ...    .    .    I    a    daughter,    Mrs.    John    Tapper levy would phase out if priceLf Mari#n. a brolher ^ Scdre, levels stabilize during the com- ()f Oskaloosa; a sister, Mrs. ing years.    jJohn    N.    Vande    Linden    of    Pella, They also proposed to deny and four grandchildren. o  Wednesday at 2 Services: Wednesday at 2 at Central Reform church, Oskaloosa. Powers funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Burial; Evergreen cemetery near Leighton. low. 34; rainfall, None. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, H i - Lo Bismarck    PtCldy    0-20B Chicago    Snow    35-28 Cleveland ........ Rain    36-33 Cincinnati ....... Rain    43-34 Des Moines ... Detroit ....... Indianapolis .. Kansas City . Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City . . Omaha ....... Sioux Faits B—Below Zero Cloudy 44-18 Cloudy 19-0 PtCldy 60-34 Cloudy Cloudy 30-10 15-2B Degree Days 59 4.252 4,511 64 IO 6,631 Monday ............. Total to date........ Through Feb. 4. 1973 . Percent of normal year Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday 677.38 Births — St. Luke’s Boy, Befriended By Famous, Dies Of Blood Cancer FORT MYERS. Fla. (ARI -Jimmy Sievert, whose battle with leukemia brought telephone calls from President When Rep. Al Ullman (D- Nixon and actor John Wayne. Ore.), acting chairman of the died one day after observing his panel, asked about how close • ... ... . .. ,    .    1    ninth    birthday, the nation might be to gasoline rationing, Simon said that, with' e blond, blue-eyed help from the weather and coop- youngster died of cancer of the oration by the American people, blood Sunday at his home here. William Eddy, 1510► Washington “we’re holding our own.”    Ear|y    in January, the criticai- ™    n $ an “Shortages are still of a spot |y jn boy told his parents he had Vehicle control violation nature and dont justify imple-two big wishes to talk to Ed Cinkan, 18! Fifteenth ave- meriting a rationing system for Wayne, his movie idol, and to 50 states . . . We vc got a better get an autographed picture of than 50-50 chance of beating ra-'the President. Traffic signal violation Steven Kruse, 837 Thirty-sixth street NE; Gary Berggren.j 135 Twenty-first street NW each fined $15 and costs. Snow 28-ll)j j proper registration Snow 29-15, R0kert Baldwin, 1512 L street Shwrs 45-3(7 SW; fined $15 and costs. Memorial Services Hellish, Elizabeth Brosh chapel 10:30 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. William Hnrnish. Burial: Czech National cemetery. Chapman, Clifford M. Teahen chapel, Wednesday at IO a.m. by the Rev. William Leonard. Burial: St. John’s. Jessup, Mary S. — Private cremation .services were held at Cedar Memorial with inurnment in Chapel of Memories columbarium. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. ’ Hill, Pauline C. — I p.m. Thursday at Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Lee Roy Collins of St. Mark’s United Methodist church. Inurnment of cremated remains will be in Cedar Memorial. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home.1 Hanson, Harry Elmer Turner chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Otto Zwanziger. Burial: Spring Grove cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east. Tracey, William ll. Wednesday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Francis R. King of Olivet Presbyterian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Wyer. Marvin M. — IO a.m. ineral home by the Rev. George (Wednesday in Biady-Kuba lulu McDill. Burial: White ceme-I tory, Bonaparte. Vavra, Cyril J. — ll am. Wednesday in Jancba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial: Czech National. —U.S. Trucks— (Continued from Page I.) the truckers consider “minimum acceptable demands.” In general, the demands in-1 valve the supply and price of truck fuel, freight rates, driver safety standards and federal and state regulations under which truckers operate. Guard on Duty The national guard was on duty in Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania to keep order and prevent, the .shootings, rock throwings and lire slashings that have marked the wide spread tie-up, which began last Thursday. One trucker was killed. Guardsmen were on standby alert in Connecticut, Kentucky and New Hampshire. The National Association of Food Chains said in Washington that most food stores have! enough meat and produce to supply normal consumer demand Shortages by Weekend By this weekend, significant food shortages are expected to develop around the country, and there’s already evidence that shoppers are buying big supplies of groceries as a precaution a move that will only hasten the shortages. The American Meat Institute reported slaughter was down sharply because of the truckers’ action. A spokesman said 19 percent fewer cattle were killed Monday than one week ago and hog slaughter was down 39 percent from last week. Eleven major Midwest markets Tuesday reported receipts of only 16,3(K) “hogs — 32,000 less than a week ago. Chicken production was also threatened, and the National Broiler    Council said 35 percent of all    U.S. broiler processing plants    would not open their doors    Tuesday. Twice that number would be affected by Wednesday if the truckers’ action continued. n ^ EARS AGO — Adolf Hitler was reported to have dismissed 47 generals as a result of the increasingly serious German reverses on the Russian front, The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Feb. Ii, 1974 —Iowa Trucks— (Continued from Rage I.) breaking and fabricating division wouldn’t report Tuesday because of the strike. At Walcott Monday afternoon, several trucks were escorted from the lowa-l-80 truck stop after drivers were reportedly threatened by other truckers. Iowa highway patrolmen and Scott county sheriff’s deputies escorted the trucks to the Illinois state line. No trouble was reported. The Walcott station reportedly was one of the last in Eastern Iowa to remain open during the | strike However, it was reported to have also stopped selling diesel fuel at the request of independent truckers. Two carloads of independent truckers from Cedar Rapids Tuesday noon began picketing the Coralville Pipe Line Co. facilities. The firm is a major petroleum supplier. Highway patrolmen and local police officers stood by. Ray Mahoney of 393 Seventeenth street SE. Cedar Rapids, said, “We art* strictly nonviolent here. But as we tell truckers coming in, we cannot guarantee their safety anywhere else. ' Impact Varies On East Iowa Firms, Stores The effect of the independent truckers’ strike was varied Tuesday in Eastern Iowa. For example, Camcar Screw and Manufacturing Co. of ficials in Decorah said the firm received word Tuesday that its raw material supply will be cut off. “A Few Days ’ The firm has enough wire to keep going “a few days,” but officials said they expect the strike to be settled before then. At Deco Co. in Decorah, officials reported no curtailment in operations, but shipments by company trucks have been discontinued. Assistant Manager Larry Dwyer said that to avoid trouble for drivers and trucks, the firm converted to common carrier Tuesday. “II the strike continues the impact will he felt by companies like ours iii one swill blow and we will have to suspend operations.” In Manchester, Arnold Stone, superintendent of Henderson Manufacturing Co., said, “There is very little coming in and nothing going out.” Layoffs are possible, he said, if the strike lasts over two weeks. The firm currently is operating at full capacity. The strike was not affecting the Ethyl Corp. in Manchester “in any way." Most industry officials agreed that their firms will be hurting if the strike continues more than 30 days. Food Situation The Decorah Creamery Co reported its trucks were loaded with cheese Tuesday morning, but the cheese will be taken to a Cresco warehouse. Milk is still coming in and cheese is being processed. Groceries reported supplies on hand for two weeks or so in Decorah, while Anamosa groceries reported they are all right until Monday. Grocers agreed that meat and fresh produce will he affected first. About two days’ supply of produce are already on hand. The strike was having an immediate impact on poultry, with shortages reported developing in that area.Many chickens arc shipped in from the south. Anamosa’s largest restaurant reported it was having difficulty getting chickens and a 1.500-pound meat order also was in doubt. One Decorah beer distributor said he had not received a shipment for a week, but that there were still enough supplies in his warehouse for this week. Quits in Disgust GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) -Democratic State Sen. John Scales has resigned, saying he’s disgusted with partisan politics at all levels of government. HIHSH . . , fmni/ir FLO* HHS Ihlinru Phi K S I TH I FOW I II SIMM* 5008 Center Pt. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 z < o tell someone you core with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day Disobeying police officer nue SW; fined $20 and costs. iowa Deaths Stanwood — Paul Gadkr. 63. Services Thursday at 1:30 at Methodist church. Masonic services at 8 Wednesday at Chapman’s, where friends may call after noon Wednesday Shellsburg Olive Bull, 82 Services Wednesday at 1:30 at United Presbyterian church. Honing. —Hearst— (Continued from Page I.) Feb. 4 — To the families of I White-Phillips’, Vinton A me-\lit had Walker    orial    has    becn    established. Club drive, Marion, a son; V. Thomas Beckmann, Mechanicsville, a daughter; Thorn** F. McEnany, 2565 Twenty-third avenue, Marion, a daughter; was toppled and blood splattered in the kitchen. “No ransom demand has been made to the family as far as I Steven L. To b I n, 604 Fourteenth avenue SE a daughter; Arnold I). Marker, Shellsburg, a daughter, Out of Town Births Wellman - Zee Butter- . haugh, 88. Services Thursday at Kn<)VV* un officer said. 1:30 at Powell’s, where friends Miss Hears!’s fiance, Steven may call after 7 Tuesday.    Weed,    26, and a neighbor who Manchester    George    J    came    to    her    aid    were    bad!'. Jirak, 60. Services Saturday at l,...,... l„ .l.,,    ..    .    * IO. St. Mary's church. Shelly*»“**" , , T ,T ' where friends may call after 7 smashed the heavy sliding glass p.m. Thursday. Rosary Thurs- door to the apartment, day at 8, wake service Friday Weed said he opened Hie door Both heard of Jimmy’s wishes and telephoned him — Wayne to I discuss cowboys and his own j young son and the President to! give Jimmy a winning tip on the was Super Bowl football game. Lori Sievert said that, before her son died, he told her, “I’m going to heaven. And when I get there, I’m going to the beach ” -Indictment— (Continued from Page I.) 15 and at 8. Iowa City 69. Service At Omaha, Neb. —Airman and Mrs. Michael Eoeffler. a daughter born Fob. 3. Mrs.. Locffler’s parents are Mr. and i j‘r<’cma[U % T,IS Mrs. Tom Driscoll. 3(160 'J * Renshaw Twelfth avenue, Marion, and I RaPl«s, surwives. - Linda K. Thursday A of Cook, at 2, sister. Cedar Loeffier’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goof Her. 3230 Franbrook terrace NW At Scranton. I'a. Mr and Mrs Robert A. King, a son born Fob. 3. King is Ute son of Mr. and Mrs. John R King. 75 Twenty-ninth street NW. At Iowa City — Mr. and Mrs Patrick Nalley. a daughter born Feb. 2 Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Edward Blin. 2199 Eighth avenue, Marion Marriage Licenses Patricia Beebe and Floyd Raffia, Got Ii of Cedar Rapids. Fires 12:28 pm. Monday Air-e-var at airport. 1:56 p m Monday Overheated boiler at 405 E avenue NW 4:37 p.m. Monda\ Malfunction of alarm system at Sixteenth avenue and Third street I SE 5:58 ain Tuotdny Trash fire at 380(1 Blair; Ferry road NE Belli* Plaine Norris (Pug) Anderson, 60. Services Thursday at 2 at First Congregational church. Friends may call at Peffers-Halverson’s alter 9 a rn. Wednesday. Monona Mrs, Edna Klie-foth, 70, Mesa, Ariz. Services at 11 Friday at St. John Lutheran church, Farmersburg. Friends may call at Schultz* after noon J interest charges Thursday.    - Elkader    Tena Glawe, 90. Services at 11 Wednesday at Peace United Church of Christ Witt’s. Oxford  Edwin W Sevdel. 63. Services Thursday at 11 at St. Mary's Catholic church. Iowa City. Rosary at 7 Wcdnes- allegedly occurred Feb. March 15. Henry is sewer maintenance foreman for the city. Gustoff was given until Fob 14 to plead when he appeared in district emit’ Tuesday. He war-released on his own recognizance. Henry pled guilty to both charges and was fined $175 in each case bv Judge William Eads Punishment upon conviction may be a fine of between $25 packaging and disguised and $500, a term of up to one tear in the county jail or both about 9:20 p m. to a young woman who said she had been in an accident and needed help “That is when two black men — armed with rifles, maybe shotguns — burst in the door,” he said. Ill YEARS AGO President Johnson asked for new laws to p r 01 e i t consumers against phony Extra Touch FTO Service PIERSON S "ZI* 1800 I His Blvd. NW rtOWERPHONI 366-1826 ft -r —< * toy For 6 I years . . . flowers for all occasions! JPX    J ct Ii ii    La jws jit j 308 3rd Ave. St    365-051 308 3rd Ave. St    365-0511 Convenient downtown location John B. lunier & Son Serving all faiths since 1888. Ii ii net sWi’sl IJJ I I UM Vc West ll#* ##//#•#• on li§ I hi* Urn* ut in ^prvlpp . . . I jM‘lli(ii‘s . . . know ledge . . . I xii t ha Familial* Hr* Hat** Sari'vt! 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