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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Generally fair weather is expected Tuesday night throughout the nation. Some snow, however, is expected over parts of the northern Rockies and upper plains. Occasional rain may fall along the north Pacific coast. The Weather Hipli temperatures Monday, low tem- peratures overnight and inches ol pre- cipitation: Anchorage It, 8.01 Atlanta ....5227... Bismarck Chicago Denver Dululti Honolulu Miami ___73 51 Min'apolls 3921... N. Orleans 65 41 New York Phoenix ___7649. Seattle ...4539... Houjton ...7255... Washington'3728 Extended forecast Cloudy and colder with a chance of snow on Thursday. Colder through Saturday. Highs mid 20s to lower 30s. Lows teens and 20s falling to single figure read- ings by Saturday. C. R. Weather High Monday.................50 Low overnight ...............'38 Noon Tuesday ................45 2 p.m...................... '15 Precipitation.............. None Total for Feb..............Trace Normal for Feb.............1.03 Normal through Feb........2.54 Total for 1974 ...............1.63 Barometer, falling.........29.71 Humidity at noon .........67% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. SSW at 18 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High 38; low, 24; rainfall, none. Degree Days Monday 38 Total to Through Feb 11, 1974 Percent 'of normal year 69.07% Total normal Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck.........Cloudy 19-5 Chicago .PtCldy 52-29 Cincinnati .........Fair 57-34 Cleveland..........Fair 48-28 Des Moines ........Fair 50-24 Detroit ........PtCldy 39-23 Indianapolis .......Fair 56-36 Kansas City.......-.Fair. 69-45 Milwaukee PtCldy 40-22 Mpls.-St. Paul PtCldy 28-14 Okla. City..........Fair 65-35 Omaha 59-25 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy 38-12 Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday.....671.88 Feb. 11 To the families of Dale Stout, 2237 Meadow- brook drive SE, a son; Kevin Stcrenchuk, 600 Tenth street a daughter. Births Luke's Feb. 11 To the families of Gerald Stevens, 6527 Medford lane NE, a daughlcr; Dennis Curtis, Hiawatha, a son; 'Ste- phen Daley, 3103 Sue lane NW, a daughter. ;0ut of Town Births Al and Mrs. Gary Huxford, a son Feb. 12. Mrs. Huxford is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Newport, 2409 Newport drive SW. Marriages Dissolved Lois Jean and David Dale Sailer. Donna Jean and Harold Wayne Gray. Brigitle and Allen W. Kemp. Sandra Jean and Edwin J. Ama. Joyce M. and W. H. Bohannon. Larry Allen and Donna Jean Smith. Gary A. and Linda K. Tokheim. Mar- vin Junior and Jeanette Marie Camp. Jill A. and Mark W. Cottrell, Shelley Sue and Er- nest Frederick Cadwalladcr. Fires p.m. Monday. Car fire at First avenue and Nineteenth street E. a.m. Tuesday. Ciitarct In daveniinrl at 226 Fourth street SW. a.m. Tuesday. Leaking RES from broken hose at Fourth avenue SE. Iowa Deaths Downey Mrs. Bertha Ba- shor, 84. Services Wednesday at 11 nl Snider's, West Liberty. Wyoming Wolbcr Pmilscn, 73. Services p.m. Thurs- day, Methodist church. Visita- tion after 11 n.m. Wednesday, Hoyden's. Elkader Anna E. Saur, Services Wednesday at 11 at Peace United Church of Christ. Witt's. Uecorah Jeffrey Hanson, 12. Olscn-Fjelslul's. Blairstown Janet Faye Kimm, 24. Services Thursday at at First Lutheran church. Friends may call after 9 Wednesday at Halverson's, and after noon Thursday at the church. Mechanicsville Maggie McNee, 97. Services Thursday at 1 at Presbyterian church. Friends may call after 8 Tues- day at Horner's. Tama Mrs. Charles Hous- 58. Mason-Hand's. Calmar James H. Buller- nian, 35. Services Wednesday at Our Lady of Seven Dolars, Festina. Rosary at Tues- day at French's. Waukon Mrs. William Duffy. 50. Services Wednesday at at Bethlehem Presby- terian church. Bakke-Hanson's. Conroy The Rev. Martin Sonntag, 59. McSwiggin-Uhl- man, Williamsburg. Prairieburg Frank J. Pauer, 65. Services Thursday at Murdoch's in Central City, where friends may call after 1 Wednesday. Hopkinton Leslie M. Smith, 02. Services Thursday at United Presbyterian church. Goettsch's, where friends may call after 10 Wednesday. Rapids from Newton in 1959. Surviving are a daughter, Edna A. Herbst, Cedar Rapids; a eon, Frank A. Herbst, Arling- ton Heighls, III., and three grandchildren. Private memorial services were conducted at the graveside at Newton Union cemetery at a.m. Tuesday. Turner chapel east'was in'charge of ar- rangements. DEATHS Memorial Services Josifck, Jerome Jerry Services were at Turner chapel west at p.m. Tuesday by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski. Burial was in Cedar Memorial cemetery. Krislan, Joseph jr. Services were at Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. James Riegel and Mt. Hermon Masonic lodge. Burial was in Cedar Memorial ceme- tery with military service .by Hanford American Legion post. Spielman, Wilma V. Unit- ed Methodist church at Bright- on at 2 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. David Higdon. Burial: Hillcrest cemetery, Brighton. Friends may' call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Tuesday. Batey, Geneva Turner chapel east at a.m. Thursday by the Rev. John Lit- tle. Burial: Oak Hill cemetery. Schamberger, George A. Turner chapel west at p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. George -Carlson and Crescent Masonic lodge. Burial: Oat Hill cemetery. 'Friends, rriay call at Turner west until 1 p.m. Wednesday...... (Continued from Page 1.) done, we will assume there is no basis for negotiation and we will no longer maintain the good health of the prisoner of war." The SLA also demanded that the cassette recording with "my voice aiul Miss Hearst's" be broadcast fully. The "my" in the letter was not identified. It further demanded that the SLA's seven-headed cobra em- blem and its latest letter be published in newspapers. Exchange The FBI and police have said it is logical that the SLA might demand in return for Miss Hearst's freedom the release of Russell Little, 14, and Joseph Remiro, 27. The two alleged SLA members arc being held without bail in San Quentin prison on charges they murdered Oakland Schools Supt. Marcus Foster last November, a slaying the SLA claimed it engineered. In Pcnsacola, Fla., Little's father, Oscar Little, said he planned to fly fo San Francis- co on Thursday to make good on a proposal that he trade places with the kidnaped girl. "The authorities there have been informed of my proposal for exchange with the girl and have agreed not to intervene if the transaction takes the retired credit union employe said Monday. Letter In a letter to the SLA pub- lished by the San Francisco Chronicle, Little said: "If you insist on practicing the art of execution, then why not accept the exchange of my- self, father of Russell Little. "Seeing as Russ is the only son I have, at least you could have the satisfaction of knowing that you had been instrumental in the destruction of riot only Russell but of his whole fami- ly." He said that if his son and Remiro are innocent in the Foster murder, "then how in heaven's name cart the kidnap- ing and threatened execution of Patricia Hearst have any signif- icance to RUES and Joe but to sustain their C. R. Butterfield Dies While Vacationing Carl R. Butterfield, 70, of 3208 Ridgemore drive SE, died unex- pectedly Sunday while vacation- ing in Honolulu, Hawaii. ,G o o w n e r of Bulterfield- Rayborn 'Electric Co., he was born in Cono township in Bu- chanan county on Oct. 9, 1903. A member of Westminster Presbyterian church, he also was a member of Ml Hermon Masonic' lodge, Cedar Rapids Consistory, Malta chapter of the OES, Gethsemane White Shrine, El Kahir Shrine and the Em- bassy club. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Bruce Mullen, Marion; a brother, James Butterfield, Litt- leton, Colo., and four grand- children. Services: Pending at Turner chapel east. The family sug- gests friends may, if they wish, contribute to the Shriners crip- pled children fund. Wayne Showalter Wayne Showalter, 48, of 1252 Highwood drive NW, died Mon- day in a Cedar Rapids hospital following a long illness. Born Sept, 25, 1925, in Belle Plaine, he came to Cedar Rapids as a child. He had been employed by Burns Securily for 14 years. Surviving are his mother, Gladys Showalter, with whom he made his home; a sister, Mrs. Arlyne Barla, and two brothers, Gail and Melvin, all of Cedar Rapids. Services: Turner chapel west at 3 p.m. Wednesday by ore of Jehovah's Witnesses. Burial: C e d n r Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west until p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Mrs. John E. Herbst Edna M. Herbst, 88, Hallmar, widow of John E. Herbst, died Monday following a long illness. She was born July (i, 1885, at St. Mary's Ohio, and came to Cedar Z tell someone you caro with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 c.'is 24 hours ovory day Suspended Terms To Optometrist On Tax Counts Kenneth R. Ernst has received suspended concurrent one-year sentences on three counts of failing to file federal income tax returns and has been, fined on each count. The 49-year-old Cedar Falls man was accused of failing to file, on gross income of for 1968, for 1969 and for 1070. Ernst pled guilty to. the charges last month. His attorney in a pre-sentence statement in federal court in Cedar Rapids Tuesday said he has been informed that Ernsl, an optometrist, will have his license suspended for a period of time to be determined after the sentence. He said his client has hired a certified public accountant to take care of his tax matters, but the work has riot been complet- ed because not all necessary materials have been received from the government. Ernst's only asset of conse- quence is his homestead, the at- torney said, and it is encum- bered. He said the family has a financial burden stemming from the care of a mentally retarded child. Judge E. J. McManus placed Ernst on probation for three years. 30 YEARS AGO The slate department revealed that more than American and Fili- pino war prisoners died of Japa- nese mistreatment in one prison camp alone during the first lew months of their detention. FIIKSII Prompt FI.OWKHS WcHriTff PUCK'S FTH VMIWKll 5008 Center Pt. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 commission could save Iowa has elected a; ilOO.OOO per year by establishing i steering committee and sche-' ts own security and fire prolec-jd u 1 e d another meeting Bf Condition Tuesday with a lion staff, Airport Manager RoyKvednesclav without its 'critical dimen-broken nose and broken left leg. Jamesen told the commission i 'sions President Nixon's' Howard Wydles, 40, of 1431 iV-arly 300 truckers crowded; Fourth avenue SE, was admitted .into the meeting Monday aftcr-jbudKct Mercy hospital after he was policeman and 18 P iicemen on duty from the city's regular police and fire depart- ments. Jameson (Continued from Page 1.) tie would be detained.: Soviet authorities, 'however, have warned of court action against writers publishing books abroad without approval of the govern- ment copyright agency. Around the time of the sum- mons, an unusual number ol plainclothes secret Soviet police were seen around the apartment building svhere the author lives but most .of them seemed to leave 30 minutes later while newsmen were still present. They came back hours' later when the newsmen had left to take him into custody. "Obey the Law" Solzhenitsyn had refused to obey the summonses and sent a written reply to the prosecutors, suggesting they "learn to obey the law themselves." Solzhenitsyn said authorities should fulfill Soviet laws by re- leasing "the innocent from cap- tivity" and punishing officials responsible for alleged extermi- nations and deportations. "I refuse to.recognize the le- gality of your summons' and shall not appear at an tion in any state the writer said in the statement. Solzhenitsyn handed the state- ment Monday to a Russian po- liceman delivering a formal summons asking the writer to appear Tuesday morning for in- terrogation. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance.........366-7654 Fire...............398-5343 Highway Patrol ....364-5171 After Hours......363-5629 Police.............398-5353 Sheriff.............398-3521 (Clip and coity in your billfold) and police and fire officials. He said they were all interested in the airport's having its own safely force if it's legal. Some Question "There's some question' whether it could be he' added some Iowa already have their forces. Money could be saved by hir- ing ten full-time salety person- nel qualified in both police and Fire skills, Jamesen said after the meeting. Under the present system, the .wo firemen spend considerable time simply on call at the air- wrl without actual duties, he reported. By hiring security personnel who are also skilled firemen, the safety force could serve ooth purposes with a single wee and eliminate such idle time, he said. in Salaries The salaries of those ten per- sonnel would be about compared with the cur- rently paid the security and fire protection staffs; Jamesen said. The new system would not compromise current security and fire protection and would in fact provide personnel who are more technically competent to perform airport duties, he added The. commission asked that the safely systems be reviewed last month after Jamesen re- ported modifications would have to be made to meet federal avi- ation administration fire stan- dards. Commission Chairman Don Gardner at that time questioned the need for 19 different part- time security personnel. Jamesen reported both fire "Extra Touch" FTD Service PIERSON'S'" 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW FIOWERPHONE 366-1 8J6 for 61 years flowers for all occasions! John E. Lapes 308 3rd Avo. SE 365-0511 downtown location Cost Saving in Safety Force at Cited Iowa Truckers' Group Advises Return to Work The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Feb. Nixon Aide Sees Two Pedestrians End to Oil Pinch DES MOINES FeW Months The Cedar Rapids airporl! Assn., of Are Hurt; One Is Hospitalized WASHINGTON I UPI) The1 Two Pedestrians were injured iin separate accidents Monday. ;energy crisis will be over m d fa rf matter of fuesday. The currently has twoi1 t m i part-time ri roads' io stay f of a ncw" met with Safety ly-dected 12-man steering com- "one-time and short-term." by a ear at the intersection of First street and Second ave- nue SE while crossing the street. mittce about midnight recom- sisting it is not "pernicious and! poljcc tnc driver of mended that the truckers ;tne car jrving j Longerbesm, back to work. _ "It will he over in a matter Of G22 Sixth street SE, with Commissioner James Steinbeck! moderator of not Ash said .failing (0 signal. ..-.I mnolinfj Mnmlnv 
                            

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