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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Obituaries L T. LeFebure Dies, Former Howard R. Shaw Howard K. Shaw, 62, of 3G32J Crestwood drive The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Frl., Feb. 8, 1974 j Rockwell Board j Boosts Dividend, I Elects President The hoard of directors ofisome ingenious fix-it tasks that solutions. The first crew then saved the station with some dar- ing and dangerous repair jobs. Subsequent crews also executed NW, died i Rockwell International Corp. permitted the station to be in-j sday to increase for 31 mer dividend to 50 intended. Not Enough Salt Left for Snow Storm: Murdoch Un Wt Alt-UK fOKX Friday night will find fair weather across the nation with skies ranging from clear to partly cloudy. A few showers however may be noted in lower Florida and some snow is ex- pected in parts of the central Appalachians and lower Rockies. mer, 52. Services Saturday at 2 at Campbell's. Ml. Vernon Leo J. Krejci, 71. Services Saturday at at St. Weneeslaus Catholic church in Cedar Rapids. Rosary Crip i." [Thursday following a Thursday to increase the j habited for 31 more days than! Tnc ci'y of Cedar Rapids is K. M a dividend to 50 cents: originally intended. i almost out of tall for us.-on city streets because of the truck strike, Wayne Murdoch, street department superintendent, re- ported Friday. "I'm just warning the public bv Cotv lo cxlra carc'u' tneir he said, in light of Ralph Coty, Cedar Rapids j predictions for snow locally Fri- former manager in Cedar Rapids, Lauderdale, Fla., Thursday. Mr. LeKcburo joined the IA- Feburc organization in 1911 and liloomfield. lie was employed] 1Ile quarterly by Highway Equipment Co., andlslock Dividend is payable March! formerly worked lor Triple Kt Manufacturing Co. at Marion. Mr. Shaw was a member ol to shareowners 19. of record' i .i iili Oilun Ytaa H MlUlllUUl ui served in the top succeeds Wil role from 1938 until his retire- Uurch n and the studebaker Jr- G'J. h nient in 1958. He moved Florida in 1061. Horn Nov. 13, 1892, in Cedar Rapids, he received his educa- tion in Cedar Rapids. While living in Cedar Rapids, he was active in the Chamber of Commerce, served as president of Elmcrcsi Country club in 1961, was a member of the Elks, Masons, Knights Templar, Scot- tish Rite, El Kahir Shrine and the Methodisl church. Surviving are his wife, Meryl V.; a son, Tamblyn Leo, in California, and two grand- children. jchurch, i Drivers Club of America. in addition to As chief executive, Anderson'human rights commission dircc-lday and Saturday. Willard K. Rockwell, tor, encouraged women who held the position have faced discrimination when The city has only three or four truckloads of salt on The Weather High temperatures Thursday, tow 'cm poralures overniohl and inches o[ preci pilallon: Anchorage .31 20 L. Angeles 70 46 Atlanta 5940.43 Miami 80 71 Bismarck IB -1 Min'apnlis 14 -10 Chicago 3516.01 N.Orleans .73 41.40 Denver 24 2.04 New York 33 20 Bululh .....17 -1 Phoenix 40 onolulu P273 Seattle 47 36 Houston 46 31 Washington 50 30 Extended forecast Partly cloudy Sunday through Tues- day. Mild but turning colder by Tuesday. Highs in the mid 30s to mid 40s Sunday and Monday. Mostly in the 30s Tuesday. Lows in the 20s, cooling to the teens Tuesday. C. R. Weather High Thursday ...............23 Low overnight___'... Noon Friday .................12 ti 2p.m. Friday...............-.16 Precipitation..............None Total for Feb.............Trace Normal for Feb.............1.03 Normal through Feb........2.54 Total for 1973 Barometer, steady ........30.06 Humidity at noon ........73% Wind direction and vclocily at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. NW at 13 mph. Sun rises Saturday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 18; low, 6; rainfall, None. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy 15-0 Chicago 27-17 Cincinnati .......PtCldy 27-10 Cleveland '........Cloudy '25-9 Des Cloudy 29-9 Detroit.......... Cloudy 27-9 Indianapolis ___PtCldy 29-13 Kansas City.....PtCldy 40-20 Milwaukee ......Cloudy 22-10 Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 21-5 Olda. City......... .Fair 54-28 Omaha ......Cloudy 33-12 Sioux Falls ......Cloudy 30-5 Degree Days Thursday................ 53 TotaHo Through Feb. 7, 1973 Percent of normal year GG.2G Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Friday G71.GO Birrhs St. Luke's Feb. To the families of Wayne Roberts, Shellsburg, son; Donald K. Ratzloff. Marion, a son; Theodore Price, Urbana, n daughter: James r. Walker a daughter. Feb. 8 To Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ,T. Thomst'n, filG Owen street NW, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Cynthia Heath and Dale Nel- son. Pauline Smid and Cyril Brown, Mihlred Grcazel and Carl Floyd, all of Cedar Rapids. Gail McKecn and Frank AH- haus, both of Marion. Petitions for Bankruptcy Donald Clayton Ellison and Theresa Lynn Ellison, formcr- .ly known as Theresa Lynn White and Theresa L y n n Meyer, of Anamosa. Debts: S3.6 18.93. Assets: with claimed as exempt. Martin ft. and Sharon Aim Filzpalrick, 307.5 Yellow Pine drive NE. Debts: Assets: Gerald McElrce, also known as Jerry McF.lreo, formerly doing business as Jerry's Diseo, and Helen Theresa McElree, Waukon. He claimed debts of S7.430.20 and assets (if with claimed as exempt. She claimed debts of and assets of with all claimed as exempt. Lee P. and Dose Marie A. Montgomery, sr., doing business as Montgomery'.1; Cleaning Ser- vice. O u b u r Debts: Assets: with claimed as exempt. hoberl. Dale and Dorothy Parish, Oelwein. lie claimed debts nf and assels nf with claimed an exempt. She claimed debts of and Tho Pooplo Who Do Mora with Flowers For You 1 BOO Ellli Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONi 366-1826 assets with claimed as i .ou A-iiLiuy til jxuud June home in Cedar Rnpids. Gary Donald and JuaniUi Marie Harkin, Oelwein. Assets: with claimed as from Page 1.) Ferdinand and Doreen Clare SpiUcr, Maquoketa. Debts: Assets: with limbs, false teeth, e when it passed the bill. claimed as lo then the proposal h backed mostly by Den a.m. Thursday. Malfunction of alarm at 931 Rep. Norman Roorda lord road replied to Dagge p.m. Thursday. Short he too is against exen wiring at 2601 Twelfth .avenue loopholes unless they oW. p.m. Thursday. the interest of the. public playing; with matches he considered the rep mattress at 220 to be. street drive SE. p.m. Thursday. Short in dryer at 5400 D avenue Edgar Bittlc (R-We DCS Moines) reminded Da p.m. Thursday. a farmer, lhat he hadn tigate fire west of Nash Finch on Blairs Ferry road NE. p.m. Thursday. Assist police at accident al 0900 many complaints whe the legislature voted to e empt cattle from Ihe, lax street property or when Magistrate's Court Speeding Lloyd Steffens-moir, Lisbon; fined and costs. Barbara Warren, 2055 the bill phasing oul tl personal property lax con nletely over a 10-year period. Rep. James Middleswart avenue NE; Michael said the bill was 3703 F NW; Gretta DeT-Iaan, 4919 Midway drive NW; each fined and costs Terry Eaton, 1941 Eighth measure" in an el lion year that didn't help low-come and elderly people nue SE; Karen Haars, as it should. Oakland road NE; Emil Husak (D-Tole Stone, 1750 Edgewood drive NW; David Grissom, 221 Thirteenth street NW; saying his 'people telling him to use the money Hess, 375 Ninth those who need it." Marion; Arthur Price, 291G mostly, he continued, t; avenue NE; each fined and costs. John Kuba, 2433 Fruit-land boulevard SW; Joel "They don't want any credit just to keep 1G09 A avenue NE; each bul don'l lei il burn and costs. Don in your pocket." 3012 Chapel drive SW; John Bach m n n, 133 Taxes drive, Marion; Clifford Husak predicted that if 723 First street SW; is passed, "a year from n Hinty, West Branch; come back here and ra Weeks, 3127 'Bayberry drive SW; Alfonso Rodriguez, f507 Fifth avenue SE; each fined sales tax, but to vote agai this bill is like voting agai and Faulty equipment The motherhood reference, Dietz, 521 Tenth street by several other ma fined ?1C and the committee, moved R Offense hy owner Mary Backston, GOD Ninth avenue SE; fined and Egenes (R-Story City) object to the use of the we Traffic signal violation that has been b John Fichtncr, 422 Firsl NW; Pamela Merrill, said the bill would he watha; each fined and mothers who are stru Driver's license violation to make ends meet Duane Ovtbei% 3270 to feed their familu boulevard SE; fined low-income budgets. Wha help they gel from sa Deaths Ihe tax on food is we Postville Mrs. George Brainard, 78. Services she said. The committee made so at Community changes in the scnat terian church. of "food" before se Postville Charles H. Lctchford, 52. Services the bill to the house cal day at 3, iVIonticello Ronald Ray Brockhohn, 5, son of Mr. Mrs. Lawrence M. n S98 BS) B Services Saturday at from Paee 1.) ca'l after 5 a woman and some we Klkader Hilda Dtinscrud, Services Saturday at 2 at Peace United Church of The gang took 16 persons h Burial in Marion and sent oul word thai tl cemetery, Guilder. kill them unless the Ja Tama Mrs. Alvin L. Jones. 73. Services Saturday al. at government .sent a pi; for the four terrorists in S IMarengo Marjoric F. and flew them lo I terson, (il. Graveside services The gunmen released fc 4 Saturday nt Koszta the hostages Thursday. Marcngo Mrs. A. four terrorists in S (Chink) llrown, 118. two Japanese and 1 Monday al. at. had been ho where friends may call after 10 Saturday. A memorial has been for eight (lays aboard a f r.vbont in Singapore harl IVTarniffn Mrs. an unsuccessful allempl Kraiis, 111. up a Shell oil refinery 01 Tipton Mrs. Irwin F. Haycntfa, 112. Services at Saturday at Dye's and at island. They held tin Singaporeans hostage and Monday at thai Japan fly them church. George. Friends may call at Dye's after 7 Friday. Nolle 1'laine Nina Arab country, but the Ja ncsc said they couldn't find Services Sunday at country lo take them. nt Pefrers-IIalverson, Singapore Icrrorisls friends may call after n Saturday. Burtnl in llartwiek Ihcir hostages imharm Thursday before boarding Vintnn diaries G. for Kuwait. JOHN E. LAPES Rexford A. Powell Roxford A. Powell. 87, former- ly of 116 Second avenue SW, and a Cedar Rapids resident most of his life, died Thursday evening at a Keystone nursing home following a long illness. Born Jan. at Atlantic, he was married lo Cora M. Cil- lell in March, 1008, at Allanlic. Surviving are three sons, Jack A. Powell, Harpers Ferry; Charles H. Powell, Cedar Rap- ids, and Rexford A. Powell, jr., Las Vegas, Nov.; seven grand- children, and seven great-grand- children. Private memorial services will be held at the Chapel of Memo- ries at 3 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Arnold Herbst of St. Paul's United Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. The casket will be closed at all times. Arrangements by Ihe Cedar Memorial funeral home. wife, Frederick, Anoka, Minn., and Mary Jo Leightner, Vancouver, Wash.; two sons, Dclhcrl Shaw, Cedar Rapids, and Vcryl Shaw, Eldon; three stepsons, Adrian Morion, Costa Mesa, Calif.; Norman Morton, Mendota, III., and Dean Morton, Ames, and II grandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memories at 1 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Lee Roy Collins of St. Mark's United Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Friends may call al the Cedar Memorial funeral home after 6 p.m. Friday and at the chapel after a.m. Satur- day. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate lo the Linn County Heart fund. since 1970. Rockwell will con-jseeking credit to speak up at a, hisllinucas chairman of _ihc board, [hearing Saturday oiMho fm. are two daughters, -Loisi Collins ltadio Co- is lmil logis'Jatinn lo Prohibit such! Rockwell International. he said. (Continued from Page 1.) claim of a possible spread of vi- olence. "Death Warrants" SJi I Continued from Page i The decision to delay the final in Cedar RaPids- n 1 "WP a Ci] report carne a week after Ja- worski requested such a delay, "We have a case on Me now where a woman couldn't a discrimination. Slate Sen. Tom Itiley (R-; "For a normal two- or three- cni'H "ic hey inch ?now stoim. we svould use jng 9 a.m.at the Kirkwoal eight loads for arterial streets." i Community college cafeteria. j In the event cf snow, the continuing scrutny to see if- "Ttlis is no ilhisionary i streets will be sanded and spot there was more K'olv "It's happening here salted as possible, with most of the salt being concentrated on the downtown loop area, he re- ported. The city has been getting poor delivery on salt all winter, but "this is the first time we have been this criti- Murdoch said. Efforts are being made to ob- tain truck transportation, the only means of transporting the salt, and there is an outside chance some salt may be on hand this weekend or early next week, he reported. "When a woman marries, her fearing his prosecution of dc- card because she was a fendants in the case would be! divorcee, prejudiced by publicity. "When Committee sources said he ratin? becomes that of dicated major indictments could husband._ Sho come early next week. i loses her credit rating. Chairman Sam Ervin said the! "Virtually any .woman who committee decided to delay IhcjSws out to gel a credit card report because the defendantsjundcr he: could claim it caused her own name will have the Ku- Sin- fer- Memorial Services ssiff, were held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Chapel ot Memories by a read- er from the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Cremation was held at the Chapel of Memories, with burial at Riverside ceme- tery, Dowagiac, Mich. Arrange- ments by Cedar Memorial funeral home. King, Dora But Capt. John Lothrop said, "They are revolutionary and be- ieve in overthrowing the gov- ernment by force and violence." Grand jury testimony re- eased Thursday in Martinez, east of Berkeley, said S.L.A. 'death warrants" had been iound in a house believed to have served as a headquarters. The warrants were aimed at ''Kaiser Industries, General Tire and Rubber, a candy cor- poration and said the testimony from grand jury pro- ceedings in the Foster slaying. The group, with the insignia of a seven-headed cobra, is mul- ti-racial. Witnesses to the Mon- day kidnaping said the abduc- tors were two black men and a white woman. Two others, a a.m Saturday at the Beatty-Beurlo chapel by the Rev. Glenn Bender. Burial: Riverside cem- etery, Anamosa. Tola Lorainc Kahler Turner chapel a.m. Saturday Floyd Conroy. Rev. Burial: Cedar east at by the Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner cast until 10 a.m. Saturday. Morrison, Richard E. Turner chapel west at noon Saturday by the Rev. A. C. Hornbostel of Bethany Luther- an church. Burial: Cedar Me- morial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west until a.m. Saturday. Laurer, Helen Kemp Turner chapel east at p.m. Saturday by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east until 1 p.m. Saturday. Traclita, William a.m. Saturday at the Chapel of Memories by the Right Rever- end Canon D. A Loferski of St. John's Episcopal church. Bur- ial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Arrangements by Cedar Me- morial funeral home. Kapsa'akis, Kalhryn Brosh chapel at a.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's church by the Rev. Carl Rics. Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. cial pre-trial publicity. He by the time the report is issued he expects most of the defend- ants will have pled guilty. To House Group The committee voted to turn including its com- nuterized file of Watergate evi- dence, over to the house judici- ary committee which is study- ng possible impeachment of President Nixon. Ervin said this vouid include much not yet made public. The question of continued pub- ic hearings by the committee was not discussed in the two- session, Ervin said. But he said he was, still lopeful the hearings would re- ume. He said the committee also voted to exchange information with the Internal Revenue Ser- vice, which has conducted in- vestigations in the same areas. This will give the committee a chance to view some tax re- turns, he said. Sources said there was an Under current code provi- sions, Hre commission's authori- ty to investigate complaints of discrimination in credit is ques- tionable, Coty .said. He said legislation needed to: Give enforcement powers toj Hie Iowa Civil Right commis- ion. Add a ban on sex discrimina- .ion to any section- of the Iowa code that deals with consumer credit. But, this be of no use while man and a white woman, are also sought. At Least 25 Lothrop said the group has at least 25 known armed members, both men and women, mostly white and under 30. Some are blacks and Orientals, h'e said. The group's communique de- clared that Miss Hearst, an art history student, was kidnaped under a "warrant issued by: the Court of Ihe People." The name Symbionese ap- parently comes from the term symbiotic meaning the living to-i gether of two dissimilar organ- agreement to cut the 63-membei committee staff in half by the end of the month. In other developments: Nixon made the firsl move in should the predicted snow ar- rive Friday night or Saturday, he added. (Continued from Paire 1.1 states said truck traffic was up. out still far below .normal levels. In almost every case, drivers Suppliers Petition For Bankruptcy Of Decorah Firm Three Wisconsin firms have filed a petition in Cedar Rapids federal court asking Brown Electric and Applicance, Inc., Decorah, be declared bankrupt. LaCrosse Acoustical Tile, Inc., and W.A. Roosevelt Co., both of LaCrosse, and Northern speaking out Thursday on the j States Power Co., Eau Claire, proposed settlement-echoed the' view cf Roger Gallaway o! Overdrive magazine. "It's a sellout." hn said. "They sold these guys down the river." There were still more than workers laid off, and some more layoffs were expect- ed to be felt briefly even if the strike ends. There were predictions of scattered also food the Northeast, 111AU11 111 dUC HIV 111 31 111 VVC 1! t r L first move in opening discus- Pnces meat poultry and produce were climbing rapidly. And it was predicted meat and produce would be short in supply for a opening discussions with tha house committee instructing his special counsel. James St. Clair. to make himself available to it for consultations. Attorney General Saxbe told reporters he thinks the senate committee ought to close up shop because "they're straining a little bit now to stay in busi- ness." report holding claims totalling or more from the De- corah firm. The debts come from bills for: from the Roosevelt Co. for electrical materials sold on open account; for tile furnished by Acoustical Tile Co. and for electrical services furnished by Northern States. 'A receiver was appointed for the appliance company's prop- erty within the last four months, according to the petition. second ski trip lo Chestnut Mountain at Galena, 111., Feb. 14. The trip is limited to senior high school students, adults and families. Ellis Y Opens Doors Sundays The Ellis YMCA is opening ils doors to the public Sunday af- lernoons from to in February because "the need for recreation is greater now on Sunday since the gas shortage lias curtailed tr.avcl. The building will be open to young adults and families. Those of high school age and below musl be accompanied by a parent. .The Ellis branch will begin spring tennis lessons Feb. There are still openings for he- ginning dents. Thn branch and intermediate stu- is sponsoring a What kind of sale ;irc vou having basement, attic, Classified Ad! .W82H4. (Continued from Page 1.) and burst into flames. Squier es- caped unhurt from the burning truck. The fire department was called to extinguish the fire. Frederick Charles Snydcr was born Nov. 4, 1932, at Redwing, Minn. He was married to the former Norma Jones Doc. 30, 1061, at River Falls, Wis., and bad been a resident of Cedar Rapids a year and a half. Mr. Snyder was consultant on special educa- tion of the Joint County school system, a member of the Lu- Iheron church, and a veteran of the Korean war. Surviving in addition to his wife arc (wo sons. Brad Philip nnri Torid Fredrick Snydcr, and (Continued from Page Former Official Dies LOS ANGELES (AP) Dana Latham, firmer U.S. commis- week or so. with prices higher sinner of internal revenue, died than normal. jcf a heart attack Wednesday at Time To Return 175- Lalham headed the -IRS from 1958 to 1961. Against that background, a few independent truckers said they thought the settlement fair and it was time lo return to work. But the majority of those speaking out said government promises of all the diesel fuel tion returned by the three astro- (hat truckers need, an immedi- ate surcharge on freight rates to compensate for past diesel fuel increases and future rate hikes lo pass along increased costs naut crews. The earth resources film and tape will be studied to deter- mine if a space science can be developed for locating hidden oil and mineral reserves; assessing agricultural potential, arable land and diseased and healthy were not enough. Driver Art Young said in Marion, 111., "When the fuel conies' down to what it was in crops; estimating timber vol- May, we're going to truck. But. ume; mapping snow cover until then. predicting water runoff; chart- ing air and water pollution sources; forecasting weather; and finding good fishing grounds. The Skylab program almost failed when the unmanned sta- tion was launched last May 14. A protective heat shield ripped That was the general sen- timent of those opposing a re- turn to work. They insisted the proposed settlement reached in Washington would only be infla- tionary and would wind up on the consumer's back. Some truckers' spokesmen present at the Washington talks off during launch, tearing off the trouble would end power-producing solar panel.by the first of the week. It was and causing temperatures tOjpossible, as some of them con- rise to an unbearable 125 de-; tended, lhat most cf the ones! grees inside. i speaking against the settlement I The Skylab 1 launch was dc-jwerc militant independents who a daughter, Mary Belli Snydcr. layed while experts worked outlinitiatcd the strike. all at home; his mother and1 stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vance, Hastings, Minn., and two b r o I h e r s Richard Thomas Snydcr, Wcycrhauser, Wis., and Harry Robert Snyder, Hastings, Services: Turner chapel east at a.m. Monday by the Rev. William Quillcn of Iowa City. Kurther services and I burial will be al Hastings at lime lo be announced. Friends j may register a1 Turner east. The caskel will not bc open at any lime. The' family suggests j lhat friends may. if they wish, contribute to a charity of their choice. BROSH CHAPEL Ccdiir Rapids "Drrotrd In Inquire About Our Pre-arranged Services Snlon let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phono answorod 24 hours ovory day 'WANTED' AD: "About 20 Hospital Beds Offered" WANTED: Used tiosplWhrcl 362-9046 Gazette want ads many times. Always have good results. Sold a boat last said Dewey Payn. Use classification 92. To Order Your Action-Ad DIAL 398-8234 By PM Tho Day Preceding Publication 11 AM Sat. for Sun. AM Sat. for Mon. for women May send you, free of charge, our important new booklet "FACTS EVERY FAMILY SHOULD KNOW." 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