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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                .wiAtHtfc wet 'MM. WA i" Thursday night, rain or while snow is expected in se cloudy elsewhere. Daily Record The Weather tiiyh temperatures Wednesday, low temperatures overnight and Inches of Court Speeding Donald Han-gantner, 212] North Towne court NE; fined and costs. Mark Bideaux, 202 Sixteenth avenue SW; Robert Schroeder, Howard Johnson Motor Inn; Keith Duarte, 1817 O avenue NW; Harry Terpslra, 2022 Walnut court SE; Alan Peck, 1130 Center Point road NE; Brian Scott, 379 Eastland drive SE; each lined ?35 and costs. Larry Fuller, Cenlral City; Allan Schanbacher, Atkins. Edward Hutchins, 1800 Grand avenue, Marion; Alan Murray, '1226 Harold drive SE; Raymond Rank, 1819 Easlern drive SW; Richard Clark, Ml. Ver-non; each fined and cosls. Kenneth Hunerdossc, 313 Twenty-ninth street NW; Jay Kindrick, 5320 Kesler road NW; each fined and costs. Improper regislralion Edgar Nixon, 1309 Second streel SW; fined and costs. Striking unatlended vehicle Edwin Ama, 4340 Cavalier street NE; lined and costs. Fighting Terry Wilson, 510 Third avenue SW; fined ?25 and cosls. Driving on right side David Burr, 230 Wiley boulevard SW; lined. and costs. Richard Hunt, 7100 Mt. Vernon road SE; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Hugh Campbell, 2210 Chandler street SW; fined and costs. Resisting an officer David Piersqnj "-231.G Goldslream avenue NE; fined and cosls. Making taxable sale wilhoul sales lax permit Merlin Yantis, 1710 Park avenue SE, two charges; fined S100 and costs on each charge. Traffic signal violation James Moran, 801 Twenty-second street, Marion; Karen Soderlind. 1634 C avenue NE; Esther Fields, 4825 .Louisa slreet NE; each fined and cosls. Faulty equipment Sandra Thorpe, 3233 Cameo lane SE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Bennett Clara R. Weih, 87. Services Saturday al Sheels and Son, Tiplon. where friends may call after 9 Friday. Tama Earl J. Mulligan, 71. Services. Saturday at 10, St. Patrick's Catholic church. Mason-Hand. Delhi Dan M. Schnittjer, 20. Services Saturday at at Delhi United Methodist c lurch. Friends may call at Clifton's, Earlville, afler 2 Friday. Oxford Junction Elmer Eganhouse, 77. Services Saturday at 10 at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Rosary al 8 Friday al Haden's, where friends may call aflcr 2 Friday. Atkins Donald H. Haeiiher, 41. Services Salurday at at St. Stephen's Lutheran church. Friends may call al Fellmet's, Keystone, after noon Friday and at the church after 11 Salurday. Wesl Union Tony Haas, 39. Services Friday al 2 al St. Paul's Lutheran church, Mayn-ard. Burnham-Wood's. Oclwcin _ Mrs. Pauline Atlanta ...SI 49.95 Miami 75 71 Bismarck .12 1 Min'apolis .18-11 Clilcaso ...34 22.35 N. Orleans 79 HIM Denver ....27 s.ol New York .37 27.17 Duluth ....13-32 Phnenlx A2 39 Honolulu ..el 67 Seattle ..47 40 Houston 75 43 Washington 38 34 .23 Extended forecast Fair to larlly cloudy Saturday through VIonday. Highs mostly in the 30s, warming to the 40s south by Sunday and Monday. Lows in Ihe teens north to 20s south. C. R. Weather High Wednesday Low overnight 2 p.m. Thursday Total for Feb Trace Normal for Feb 1 Normal through Feb Total for 1974 1 J Wind direction and velocity a 3azette weather station at 2 j.m. NE at 12 mph. Sun rises Friday, sun ;ets, Year Ago Today High, 24 ,ow, It; rainfall, 0.13. Traveler's Forecast Friday I Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck Cloudy Chicago -.PlCldy 25-15 Cincinnali .Fair Cleveland Fair 3es Moines PtCldy 28-13 petroit FtCldy Indianapolis Fair 29-15 Kansas City Fair 37-25 Milwaukee Fair Mpls.-St. Paul PtCldy 22-8 Olda. City Cloudy 35-17 Omaha PtCldy 39-21 Sioux Falls PtCldy 28-8 Degree Days Wednesday Total to date Phrough Feb. 6, 1973 ___ 'ercent normal year ..65.36 lotal normal year Coralville Lake Dool level Thursday 073.23 Births Mercy Feb. 0 To Mr. and Mrs. fames Telcch, 1441 Tm'rty-pighlh slreet SE, a son. Feb. 7 To Mr. and Mrs. )alc Pierce, 2131 F avenue a son. 'Births St. Luke's Feb. C To -the families of 4rvin Parrolt, 1106 Ninth slreet son; Rudy J. Light, Lis-Jon, a son; Donald C: Zach-ncycr, 2795 Twenty-fifth ave-lue, Marion, a daughter; Tarold E. Hulson, 619 Meadow-ale drive NW, a daughter. Out of Town Births At IMonmoutli, III. Mr. and VIrs. M i c Ii a e I Sproslon, a laughter on Feb! 5. Sproston is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bproston, 1001 Cheyenne road W. Fell. 4 and Mrs. Dale Martin of Robins, a son born Jan. 11. Marriage Licenses Barbara Trclta and John plmib, both of Cedar Rapids. Marriages Dissolved Donald Quinn and Bonita Mac Schmidt. John ,1. and Ann fe. Lana. I Fires a.m. Wednesday. Short television set al 3700 Sec- ond avenue SW. J p.m. Wednesday. Coffee Dot In chair nl 2718 Henry court NW. p.m. Wednesday. Low power vollaifc at 1000 Hillside ilrivc NW. p.m. Wednesday. Low power vollaffc at 5401 D avenue NW. a.m. Thursday. Alert al nlrport. Block, 77. Hinls''. Toslvillc Fred L. Ballz, HI. Services Friday at at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Schtitle's. Walker _ Raqucl Kay Cady, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Cady. Graveside ser- vices Salurday at 11 al Walker cemetery. Murdoch's. Marldlc Mrs. Lowell   at a.m. F. King, 97, of 1011 Hill Linn District .Judge SR wiHmu nf TV Inhn Sads has withdrawn his F. H. and a resident of Cedar :ion to the grand jury since died Wednes- tigating the Cedar Rapids police Essig, 86, of 1045 Twenty-fifth streel NE, widow in a Cedar Rapids nursing home. The warning not to read or F.- Harold Essig, Sept. 15, 1876, in rural following a .cn 10 news accounts concerning :he investigation, given Tuesday, was challenged by She had lived in Cedar Rapids a short Delay county attorney. The county Nov. 6, 1887, in :orney said the court does was married June 4, 1921, XVXVfnft'r' lave authority to limit in i way the investigatory powers of the grand jury and that to do so would be an illegal Essig was a member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, and the DAR, both in Do wagiac, county supervisors Thursday postponed action on a possible suspension or revoca- )y the are a son, of the liquor license and In a ruling Thursday, the judge said, "It is never Cedar Rapids; a daugh ter, Mrs. Paul Crane, permit of the Salty Dog Tavern west of Cedar Rapids on ant to, in the language a sister, Mrs. 30. slang, 'eat crow' and the Merrillville, Ind., officials and share- bal fare is especially in Taureen, Ltd., owner table when it must be done Chapel of the tavern, testified Thursday a matter of public 11 a.m. Friday by a reader at a hearing on the "However the court knows First Church of Christ, no honest alternative other Cremation will be held Walter Grant told the .0 utter' the painful words, 'J was wrong'.'" MeanwMe Asst. Atty. Gen. Garry Woodward, special prosecutor for the. grand jury, told The Gazette the jury may be called in next chapel with burial at River side cemetery, Dowagiac Friends may register at the Cedar Memorial funeral home after 3 p.m. Thursday and a the chapel after 9 a.m. Friday The casket will be closed at al "I'm not here to recommend the business be closed completely, but woulc like the management to make a commitment in writing to coop erate with the sheriff's depart ment and operate an orderly business out there." He said he is now readinCT Arrested transcript the county a'ltor ney's investigation of the Walter Kirkman Florence C. Kirkman, 91, hearing resulted after two persons were arrested on iGpfll tffiGflt JelSt yCtir. nQ S8.lt. bounty Atty. William Faches lad supplied a copy of the transcript for him, but not the grant jury to Nineteenth street NE, widow of Walter Kirkman, died Wednesday in a Cedar Rapids nursing home following a long of possession of mari juana and two others on dis p e n s i n g alcoholic beverages after hours at the tavern in the early morning hours of Jan. 23. Feb. 25, 1882, in Dennis Blome testifiec (Continued from Page she came to Cedar Rapids two-and-a-half years sheriff's department has record of 43 other incidents al the tavern since it opened lasl ified he ordered them Mrs. Robert on learning they were was a member of the range from false bur- y M d alarms and ambulance Radford has yet to be heard from in the Surviving in addition to Mrs. Eckard are two sons, J. for sick patrons to complaints of rape, indecent and larceny, he said. ion. A phone call to his house and Karl of two other bars 3alem, Ore. was answered of Baltimore; eight at the site before the lis wife, who said he was and eight Dog moved in found, "the In a closed session general reputation of dis- 1ay, the committee voted to MacNabb calls and additional witnesses, including Vhite House Counsel J. Fred iuzhardt, Admiral Robert Baltimore, -with burial in a Baltimore cemelery. Turner chapel east was in charge said. A special agent of Ihe Iowa Dublic safety division of liquor ander and beer, listed numerous viola- Afterward, Chairman Stennis D-Miss.) said of Moorer and  ark, Sioux City. Turner chapel east was in charge of local arrangements. Lyle E. Martin Lyle Edward Martin, -13. of 2053 North Tnwtie court NE, a Cedar Rapids resident for the last six months, died at his home Sunday. He was born Aug. 5, al Sheridan, Mo. The body was taken lo the Shum-Novinger funeral home nl Bedford where services and burial will he held. Turner chapel east was in charge of arrangements. (Continued from Page 1.) lani doorman from among Ilicir hostages this morning. The women, who are secretaries at Ihe embassy, looked exhausted but unharmed. They were taken to the foreign ministry ncxl door for questioning. Kuwaili authorities estimated there were three to nine guerillas in Ihe embassy, including a JJ2J flowers can say everything FLORIST 364-8139 On. atld nm GIFT SHOP p nch, and gasoline supplies m some areas were nearly New York City. The presiden of a major wholesale firm in th ed. Meat was being flown said he did not have some areas in the of .poultry on hand. 0 and an increase in rail said what poultry wa by food shippers was in the city would se But officials in the for double what it cos said a combination of the week ago. and panic buying by Union said seriou could soon deplete supplies of meat and produc produce and meat if the be expected by the week down continues through weekend. Prices for available meat and produce in the area were Meters Stolen, Are Returned "Guerilla of stolen parkin Governors in many of continued to be receive more than 40 affected by police, but thi deplored the "guerilla there was new twist. tactics evident Wednesday meter heads and severs .some were found abandone Dozens of fistfights were before 7 a.m. by a par ported between employe in Elli Teamsters and independents Pennsylvania. Police said are investigating th trucker was shot in the of the meters. Wednesday night in Texas. two meters value least, 10 states reported were reported missin tered shootings and rock from the 500 blot. ings, and Pittsburgh police Fifth street SE. 50 men broke into the headquarters of a striking stee! haulers' group and attempted to start a for Cable TV Vote Of the persons out Validatec Two Injured petitions requesting a re erendum on cable televisic Two been validated, City Clcr John Arthurs said Thursday. A 25-year-old man who The petitions ask for a refe fered cuts and loosened on whether to grant a 1 when his car hit another in franchise to Communil rear Wednesday in the 1300 block of Center Point road. NE was treated at St. Luke's Co. of Cedar Rapids. Th signatures of at least 25 propel ty owners in each of the city lal and precincts are required t Police charged the the election. Robert A. Hildenbrand, Attorney Dave McGuir Thirty-fourth street NE, he plans to study a prc failure to have his vehicle ordinance submitted b cable company next 'week. Hildenbrand was company has aske on Center Point road NE Don Canney to set th the car in front, driven for March 5 o David A. Harger, 37, of 12. Point, stopped for a school of the referendum ar by the company. ..A collision early Thursday volving a parked car in the 100 :lock of Sixteenth avenue Breakins caused minor injuries to the driver of the moving Two Churche; Carol Shramek, 32, of southeast side churche. Sixth street SW, was treated reported broken int St. Luke's hospital for and released. Police said electric typewriters an ear was westbound on photo copier worth an undc street SW when it struck a amount were take erly parked car. No First Congregations were 361 Seventeenth stree Loss Estimated breakin occurred at S 989 in C.R. United Methodist church 1340 Third avenue SE, but noth Items valued at was missing. reported taken Wednesday ning from (lie residence of Tom V. Anderson, 370 Requirement street Police Correctec Police said an unlocked for police officer ment window was opened and have at least 20-40 visio slereo set valued al to 20-20. portable color television slory in Wednesday's G; vauled al 50 records incorrectly stated the v lued al and 30 tapes requirement was at lea: at ?IOO were 3 generations of Florists to Serve I'ronipt FI.OWKHS PIERSuN S 1 Tl> FI.OWKH SIIOI> 1 800 Ellis Blvd. Cenlcr Pi. Kd. N.E. FLO WERPHONE 366- Only one service... ni Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John B. Turner Son Turner's East, 800 Second Avo. SE Turner's Wesl, 1221 First Avo. West   

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