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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 ‘S:  ;     ’*    ■"    t..    . v.  maiionai we Aint • uivici tone ah *• iii a - » -  79,71-  —Hearst—  (Continued from Page I.)  Cost Saving in Safety Force at Airport Cited  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Feb. YI, 1074  The Cedar Rapids airport  done, we will assume there is no basis for negotiation and we will no longer maintain the good health of (he prisoner of war.”  The SLA also demanded that the cassette recording with “myj cornm ' ss i° n  could save about voice and Miss Hearses” be    *100,000 per year by    establishing  broadcast fully.     ,ts ,,w n security and    fire protec-  ,,    „     1L     ,    lion staff, Airport Manager Roy  he my in    the    letter was     JamnsPn (f) , d tho   commission   n,,t ' d, ' n " fl, ' d     Tuesday.  lf further demanded that the! The airport currently has two  Iowa Truckers'  Group Advises Nixon Aide Sees Return to Work End to Oil Pinch  DKS Moines (aim The in- In Few Mon dependent Truckers Assn , of  WASH|N(;T0N (lJ p n  _  Central Iowa has Verted a ,    .    ,  energy crisis will be over ..... f)n( ,     rp|najncd    hospUaIized ln   matter of months” although if is  gO0 d condition Tuesday with a not without its ‘ critical dimen-broken nose and broken left leg. sions now,” President Nixon’s Howard Wydles, 40, of 1431 Nearly .IOO truckers crowded    Tiiesdiv     Four,h    !lv, ' nue    SK - was  admitted  into the meeting Monday after*    to    Mercy hospital after he was  Roy Ash told - ---------- f   steering committee and ache d u I e d another meeting Wednesday.  Two Pedestrians Are Hurt; One Is Hospitalized  Two pedestrians were injured in separate accidents Monday.   ,n a  One  The  SWS seven headed cobra em-lfuihtime firemen,''"one full lime "°° n and vdtod 127 99 tn , stay off  ...'iiiLThT'ih!. oifTort'l.' r  hil l>y a car at ,he  m'ersection blem and its latest letter be policeman and Iii part-time po-  h( ', road “ , llut a V(d(! 1,1 a ncw ’ Kl,-lime md short term " in!  of First slrccl and  *****  ave ' published in newspapers.    beemen on duty from the city's I  ly * ,w ' ted .  12 : man    <>om *    ..ITT!'J'™,    I"*    I "UC SH while crossing the street.  Police charged the driver of  UHWfAtHfMOfOCAS?*  Gonerally 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.  —Daily Record—  The Weather  High temperatures Monday, low tem-perfltures overnight and inches of ptp aphelion  Anchorage    7* *    OI    L. Angeles    77 4S  Atlanta    S7 77    .    Miami    73 51    .  Bismarck ll 9. Min'apolis 39 21. Chicago    37 34    .    N. Orleans    45 41    .  Denver    40 74    New York    34 77    .  Duluth    33    ll    .    Phoenix    74 49  Honolulu    IO 49    .    Seattle    45 39    .  Houston    77 55    .    Washington    37 71    .  Rapids from Newton in 1959.  Surviving are a daughter, Kdna A. Hcrbst, Cedar Rapids; a son, Frank A. Herbst, Arlington Heights, III., and three grandchildren.  “The authorities there have port without actual duties,  Private memorial services*been informed of my proposal reported.  Services Wednesday at 11 at Peace United Church of Christ.  Witt's  Decorah Jeffrey Hanson, were conducted at the graveside I for exchange with the girl and 12. Olsen-Fjelstul’s.     a t    Newton    Union cemetery at  Blairstown    .Janet    Faye    .n    on    Tuesday    Turner  IKimm, 24. Services Thursday at ^    ™     ,Uesady ’  IU J ner   11:30 at First Lutheran church.(chapel east was in charge of ar-  ~ .    .    .    ,    .    .    (Friends may call after 9 rangements.  Extended    forecast — Cloudy    Wednesday    at Halverson’s,    and  and colder    with a chance of    after noon    Thursday    at    the  snow on    Thursday. Colder    church  through Saturday. Highs mid    .^Mechanicsville    Maggie  Memorial Services  Josifek, Jerome Jerry  Services were at Turner chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. I^ferski. Burial was in Cedar  C. R. Weather  Mechanicsville  , on i *    j.McNee,    97.    Services    Thursday  -Os to lower 30s. Lows teens and,at \  a t Presbyterian church.  20s falling to single figure read- Friends may call after 6 Tues-ings by Saturday.     1     day at Horner’s.  Tama — Mrs. Charles Hous-j Memorial cemetery, ka. 58 Mason-Hand’s.    Kristan,    Joseph    W*    jr. —  ( alin.ir - James H Rnller- Services were at Turner chapel  High Monday ................ 50     man 35  services Wednesday! cast at 3  P- m  Tuesday by the  1/)W overnight ...............38    at Our Lady of Seven Doters, Rcv - James Riegel and Mt.  Noon Tuesday    45    Sestina. Rosary at 7:30 Tues-    Hermon Masonic lodge. Buna!   J  .............a-    day at French’s.    I was ,n Cedar  Memorial ceme  ~ "    '. ' .       ’*    Waukon  Precipitation ..............Moos    Duffy, 50. Scrv  Total for Feb    Trace    at 1:30 at Bethlehem    Presbv-  ----------   -    *•    d, weevil  Kllt  » . -    f orn ;  ‘ ed Methodist church at Bright- Russell but of hLS whole fami-  ,,    .    nnli™’™d firiT     1 rnit,( ‘ c *  about  midnight rccorn- slating it is not “pernicious and  ‘ xrhan K«*    mcnts    mended that the truckers go long-lasting.”    the car, Irving J. Longerbeam,  The FBI and police have said    j amese n met with Safety     back to work     “ II wl11 be 0V( ‘ r  , m a matter of    21  - of 822 Sixth street SE, with  it is logical that the SLA might    Commissioner James Steinbeck     pod  French, moderator    of the    months,    not years, Ash said    failing to signal,  demand in return for Miss     and  police and fire officials He     m( *eting Monday, said a    meet-    Asked    if it would be solved    According to the accident re-  Hearst’s freedom the release °f said they were all interested in bas been scheduled for this year, he replied: Yes.' port, Wydles was crossing First Russell Little, 24, and Joseph^ airport’s having its own Wednesday, at which time the    Meanwhile Maryland Tuesday street when Longerbeam    at-  Remiro, 27.    safety force — if it s legal    rank-and-file will vote on the became the seventh state to im-1tempted to turn right from Sec-  The two alleged SLA     Smm ,    Q Ues ti on     committee’s recommendation.    plement the odd-even form of end avenue and hit Wydles.  members are being held without    \     1  French said the association gasoline rationing originated bv    *    *    *  bail in San Quentin prison on*    "® r, ‘J    »|,">"    would also vote on seven    artic-    Oregon.    However, because    The second victim, Ethel Bart-  charges they murdered Oakland    ,    ‘.J    ,    ‘. les which the committee feels Tuesday is a holiday Lincoln’s ley, 77, of 310 Fifth avenue SE,  Schools Supt. Marcus Foster last  , ‘ 5ai  ’  l)U  added some airports in  mugt  ^ enacted on a national birthday the plan will not actu was injured when she was hit by November,    a    Flaying the SLA I     owa alr,,;ifly  have their own  |ev(i ,  jf  ^    nationwide    indepen-    ally be    put into use until    Wed-    a car while crossing Fourth    ave-  claimed it    engineered.    J    °*^ es      dent  truckers .strike is    to reach    ncsday    because holidays    are    nue at its intersection    with  In Pensacola, Fla., Little’s    ^rsdn>     equitab,e    end ’     Pennsy,vania    als «    is    Third avenue SE.  father, Oscar Utile, said he  np |  aU aiifi e d in both oolice and S° me of  *bef« article's, which  dd( ‘  ,0  P ut suc ’b P ,an in, °     WHS    1     real    cd    at    St    Lukes  planned to fly to San Francis- fj rp s kii|c Hmesen said afterFrench said would be brought to|effect Wednesday.    hospital tor a bruised knee and  co on Thursday to make good  t b P  meeting    *    the attention of national legisla- The Federal Energy Office released.  on a    proposal    that    he trade    Under the nresent *;vQtr.m thr*     t( >rs,  are a  demand for diesel    said Monday it is considering    ^he driver of the car, David  places with    the    kidnaped    t wo  firemen snend ronsiriprflhlp    fwd puce rollbacks and legisla-redistributing gasoline supplies 1 '-    Packingham, 28, of 1135  girl.    Rme sTmnlv    rnthe    allowing    65-foot twm-trailer among the states to take into Twenty-first avenue SW, was  .    | trucks and    an 18.000-pound-per-    account    population growth, au-    making a right turn. He    told  axle weight    limit.    tomobile registrations and    state 1  police* he was blinded by    the  u i •. ,     —    needs.  have agreed not to intervene if’who are also skilled firemen. ■—Strike—    The redistribution would su- I >a ckingham was not charged,  the transaction takes place,^’’.the safety force could serve    ..    persede an allocation formula  the retired credit union employe both purposes with a single on.inued rom Rage    announced .Saturday, FEO <>f- :  Youth Arr6StGQ  said Monday.    force and eliminate such    idle    their eight-week slowdown in    I metals said. Lnder that formula    . .    A \A/P"M  j  etter     time, he said.    support of wage demands. J supplies were to be redistrib-    As IN8Vy AWUL  $100,090 in Salaries    Union leader Ray Buckton said  u,fn!  among 22 states and the 18-year-old youth wanted  In a    letter to the    SLA pub-    The salaries of those ten per-    the move was requested by    District of Columbia.     nava j authorities for alleged-  lished    by the    San    Francisco    sonnel would be about $100,000    Labor party leader Harold Wil- FEO sources aliso said it is    iy    being absent without leave  Chronicle, Little Faid:    compared with the $206,000    cur-    son and “we will do all in our    considering boating congress to    was arrested by police on a  "If you insist on    practicing     ren t| y pa j ( j  t h e  security and    fire    power to get the return of a    the punch by rolling back the    downtown street Tuesday after  the art of execution,    then    why    protection staffs, Jamesen said    Labor government.”    price of domestic crude oil now    he fled from officers who were  not accept the exchange of my-     new    S y S j em    WO uld not! In the collieries, the second exempt from price controls patrolling the area,  self, father of Russell little. compromise current security day of the strike passed peace The rollback proposal is a Richard J. Henry, 1720  “Seeing as Russ is the only  an d fire protection and would in    fully Monday with pickets main-    real possibility although no    final    Grande avenue SE, was taken to  iai son I have, at least you could fact provide personnel who are    taming a low profile. Two lead-    decision has been made,    the    the county jail awaiting return  le-'have the satisfaction of knowing more technically competent to    ers of the miners in Not-    sources said.    to Great Lakes, III. He was  Mrs. William l? ry . w i th  A   militar y service by it h a t you had been instrumental perform airport duties, he tinghamshire, L SSSS^«S:    “***»*•    rf.    Communist Jon  Lcn Clarke and  Normal for Feb.............1.03    tori an church. Bakke-Hanson’s.  ..    ...    ....    Conroy      The    Rev Martin  on  * P m  Wednesday by the  Normal through Fob........ 254     Sonntag. -  59. MeSwiggin-Uhl-     Rev -  David  Higdon. Burial:  Total for 1974 ...............1.63    man, Williamsburg.    Hillcrest cemetery, Brighton.  Barometer, falling ........ 29.71    I’rairieburg — Frank J.    Friends may call at Turner east  Humidity at noon ..... 67%    f n  a «f. r  « 5 - Services Thursday at     un ^''  ! ^ prn  f TjJ^ ay   .... . ..    j    i -a I 10:30. Murdochs in Central *»atey, (>ene\a  lVilld direction and velocity at uity, where friends may call chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Gazette weather station at 2 after I Wednesday    ' Thursday by the Rev. John Lit-  Hopkinton J Leslie m.  l,c  Burial: Oak Hill cemetery. Smith, 02. Services Thursday at, Schamhercrr. George A. 1:30, United Presbyterian     T u r n c r  chapel west at 1:30  church. Goettsch’s, where' P m - Wednesday by the Rev.  call after IO    George Carlson and Crescent  8:06;  p.m. SSW at 18 mph.  Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, 6:37.  Year Ago Today — High 38; friends may  Wednesday.  The commission asked that they had received ly”    !    the    safety systems be reviewed (death threats over  He said that if his son and last month after Jamesen re- phone.  Remiro are innocent in the ported modifications would have!  Foster murder, "then how in Jo be made to meet federal avi-Turner heaven’s name can the kidnap-ation administration fire stoning and threatened execution of dards.  Patricia Hearst have any signif- Commission Chairman Don icance to Russ and Joe but tojGardner at that time questioned sustain their indictment?” j the need for 19 different part----time    security personnel.   w °™"  Ste P*  the tele  charged with carrying a concealed weapon and resisting arrest in connection with the in-  Arabs To Hold Summit Meeting  Car’s Path, Injured  Cldent   A 73-year-old woman, who Police said Henry started run-stepped out from behind a bus rung for no apparent reason into the path of a car. was ad- when he spotted officers while mitted Tuesday morning to St. standing near his car shortly Luke's hospital and reported in before 2 a rn. at the intersection good condition with a fractured of Second avenue and Third Four Arab j eg an d cuts to the right street SFL a summit  g j d e  and  head    Officers    allegedly    found    a  F^dna Coburn. 1332 B avenue knife after making the arrest.  DEATHS  cemetery Turner west Wednesday.  until I p.m.  low. 24; rainfall, none.  Dearee Days  Monday ............. 38  Total to date..........4,589  Through Fob    ll.    1974    4.823     1   Percent of normal    year    89.07%  Total normal year .. .. 6.631:  Traveler’s Forecast Friday  Bismarck     S h     difd     T*’    Kenneth    R.    Ernst    has    reeeived  Chicago • •.  Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis  Masonic lodge. Burial: Oak Hill _Salzherii+^VII—  Jamesen  reported both lire to discuss further disen NE, was injured at the intersec-Friends may call at    ■    ^    y    ii    trucks    at    the    airport    are    now    gagement with Israel and con- tion of B avenue and Fourteenth  C. R. Butterfield Dies While Vacationing  Carl R. Butterfield, 70. of 3208  CAIRO (UPI) -leaders will hold meeting in Algiers Wednesday   Solzhenitsyn  irucKS al tne airporl are  now gagemeni wan israel ana con- non of B avenue and Fourteenth Carton Confirmed  being used with one man on sider easing their oil embargo street NFL    DF^S    MOINES (UPI) — The  each to meet FAA standards. against the U.S., Egyptian of- Police said Marie C. Harm a. Iowa senate Monday unam- c     JIT    authorities    however    have!     Previousl y*    both    men    an-    facials said Tuesday.    81.    of    1626    B avenue NE. was the piously approved the appomt-  buspendea I 6rmS: warned of court action against  swered on one truck exct ‘P l in K S-Vpt. Syria. Algeria and driver of the car. No tickets moot of Charles Larson as state  writers publishing books abroad  ex * reme s * tuat 'ons.    Saudi Arabia will attend.    were    issued.    public    safety commissioner.  (Continued from Page I.) he would be detained. Soviet  To Optometrist  without approva ,  of the  g 0Vern .i On Tax Counts  ment c °p yri ^ ht a ^ enc y  Around the time of the sum-j  P^Hv^TP^tedly Sunday while vacation- J”' '*    """    ”Simons, an unusual number of  Fair 57-34 ing in Honolulu.’Hawaii    suspended concurrent one-year plainclothes secret Soviet police  Fair 48-28 Co-owner of Butterfield-! sentences on ,hree  count® of !  were seen around the apartment  (   n..f.3 ir  nH'oi Rayborn Electric Co., he was failing to file federal income tax|building where the author lives rte lay 39-23 J    a    m .    ..    , but mofJ of them seemed to  Fair 56-36 born in Cono township in Bu returns and has oeen fined ,  3Q minutes  , ater whi ) 0   Kansas City _ |‘ air  J;j‘ 43 i cbanan cwunt y °n Oct. 9, 1903. $i,ooo on each count.    inewsmen    were still present  Milwaukee    PtCldv    40-22 a member of Westminster ^ , a    n     .    I newsmen were sun present.  Mpls-St. PHU! . Ptcidy 28-14:presbyterian church, he also    49-year-old    Cedar    Falls    They    cairn back hours later  Omaha    Fall"    59-25^was a member of Mf. Hermon  man was accused of fai,in «  to wh en the newsmen had left to  Sioux Falls    PtCldv 38-12 Masonic lodge. Cedar Rapids file on gross income of $24,880.15 take him into custody.  Consistory, Malta chapter of the for 1968, $29,504 05 for 1969 and    "Obey    the    l^aw”  an<Mfettmanc White Shrine. $28.KtS.71 for IOT    I  s „Uhemtsyn had refused lo  Births Mercy    hahir    Shrine    and    iht 1     F.rn-    Ernst    pled    guilty    to    the    obey the summonses and sent a  Feb. ll — To tho families oft  )assy ( ‘ ,uh  w     charges last month.    written reply to the prosecutors.  Dale Stout. 2237 Meadow-    surviving    .ne a d.iughter,- attorney    in a Dre-sentence 1  suggesting they "learn to obey  brook drive SE.    a son;    Kevin    Mrs. Bruce    Mullen, Marion; a  ms  ^^ney    in a pre sentence    themselves ”  Stemichuk. 600    Tenth    street    brother, James Butterfield, LM- statement in    federal court in so^henitsyn said authorities  SE. a daughter    l e(on Co | 0 and four  grand-! Cedar Rapids    Tuesday said he Should fulfill Soviet laws by re-  Births — St. Luxes children  g£?4     P ‘^f^nvT;l an     will    have blasty" and punishing officials  lane NE, a daughter; Dennis  tna,M '  ea ^  Ine  ./ !  IV  Curtis. Hiawatha, a son; Ste- 8«ts friends may, if they wish, plien Daley, 3103 Sue lane NW, 'contribute to the Shiners Clip-  a daughter.    pled children fund.    'the sentence........ gamy of your summons and  Coralville Lake  Pool level Tuesday .    671.88  has been informed that F^rnst, leasing "the innocent from capon optometrist, will have his J tivity ” and punishing officials license suspended for a period responsible for alleged extermi-  natiAi\e 'Anri    atmflc  shall not appear at an interroga-  I of time to he determined after  na,ions  and deportatkNts  refuse to recognize the Ie  _    I life i rniKirpn limn    inn: ariiiruti:.    i ...  Out of Town Births  At Miirrilgf* -Mi and Mf    U/, un n CL r .^.,|t or     »1-IHIU-U uuunt mvuumaiit iui..    ,,    •    ...    .•    •<  Ciary Huxford, a son Fob. 12     W ®yne    bhowalter    ;    I     m . lttprs     hut     t,0n m a,1> State mstltut,on ’  Mrs. Huxford is tho daughter of Wayne Showalter. 48. of 1252  ,lk( art ,ax matUrs > but  thp writpr said jn (he statemen t.  •moo ST d Mr t S  i 5 a , rl sw eWPOrt ' Highwood drive NW, died Mon- *    ’; ,s  ™ ^"e^s’rv Solzhenitsyn handed the state-  2409 Newport drive SW     day  in a    Cedar Rapids    hospital     0(1  , lHCdUse  u   not aU m<essary      ment  Monday to a    Russian po-  kGrrlanoc nictnlwArf    (niimimitt    a inn.t iiin.xc    materials have been received     mtm    10 a     russian po  Marriages Dissolved    allowing    a long illness.    from th* Government    beeman delivering    a formal  laois Jean and David Dab Born Sept. 25. 1925. in Belle, ^    ?    government.  Sailer. Donna Jean anti HuroW. pi a i ne  he came to Cedar Wayne Gray Brigitte and Allen  D  ..    ....    ,,    ...  W. Kemp. Sandra Jean andjR a P lds  ^ a child. He had been  Ernst’s only asset of eonse- summons asking the writer to   1 (( ^’ ,r  quence is his homestead, the at- ^Pl^' 31,  Tuesday morning for in-Edwin J. Ama. Joyce M and'employed by Burns Security for  Surviving are his mother.  torney raid, and it is encum- terrogation. tx*red. He said the family has a financial burden stemming from  W. H. Bohannon. Larry Alien]|4 years  and Donna Jean Smith. Gary    „, v    llt1  „    ,    ,  A. and Linda K. Tokheim. Mar-]    "’"*®’    ’     M, T    ' 1 ^' the care of a mentally retarded  vin Junior and Jeanette Marie  (dad VS .Showalter. with whom .  K? ,M  ma f e ,  hiS    a     J SiS ! er     |    Judge    E. J. McManus placed  Cottrell, Shelley Sue and hr- Mrs. Arlyne Barta, and two., .    .    ,    lr    „  ne. Frederick C.dw.ll.der ! bluther5 . [; ail  ^  Melvin .  all o( |Em»t on probaUon for three  years  Fires    Cedar    Rapids.  1102 p.m. Monday. Car fire Services: Turner chapel west' at First avenue and Nineteenth    ;j  p m  Wednesday bv ore of  Jehovah's Witnesses Bu rial: I department revealed that more.  30 YEARS AGD The state  •it't i I-  4:40 am rursdav ( ic airt to I'"V” rv  than 22,000 American and Fili-j  davenport ai 226 Fourth street GCO ar iviemoriai temerery.i    ..    ,    .    ,___I  SW    Friends    mat    call    at    Turner    P ,no    war     pDsoners    died    of    Japa-|  Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers  Ambulance.........366-7654  FBI.......... 402/348    1210  Lf*............... 398-5343  Highway Patrol .... 364-5171  Atter Hours  363-5629  Poke* ............ 398-5353  Sheriff.............398 3521  #:»5 a m. Tuesday, l-eakli.it  wesl umM 2:3ft p m  Wednesday.' n nti’trealment in ..ne prison  ICN> ..a„  w ,  cag from broken bose at 1719 Fourth avenue SF..  Iowa Deaths Downry    Mis Bertha Ba  sher, 84 Services Wednesday at ll at Snider’s, West Liberty.  WvominK Woilier Paulsen, 73 Services 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Methodist church. Visitation after ll am. Wednesday, Hayden’s.  Elkader    Anna K Sam. 90.  The casket will not be opened l cam P  .....   dunn 8    the    fit's'    frw  after the service.  Mrs. John E. Herbst  F.dna M. Herbst, 88. Hallmar. widow of John FR Herbst, died Monday following a long illness.! She was Inurn July 6, 1885. at St Mary’s Ohio. and came to Cedar  months of then detention  Ut KSU . . . Prompt non Kits lh Ii,* ry PH K S ITI! FIJI WMH SII OI*  r»00H Center Pl. Rd. N.E. 393-5585  Extra Touch FTD Service  pierson’S  1   I SOO Hilt Blvd. NW FLOWER PHON! 366-1 826  z  <  2  o  tell someone you core with flowers  Florist and Gift Shop  364-8139  phone answered 24 hours every day  For 61 years . . .  flowers for all occasions!  John E. Lopes  308 3rd Ave. SI    365-0511  Convenient downtown location  have a name  The way he serves. The understanding he gives. The respect he shows.  All these things about George Murdoch can be called by the same name:  Human caring.  And the name explains why the man deserves your trust.  MARION CENTER POINT CENTRAL CITY SPRINGVILLE WALKER    COGGON  and in Ctdar Rapids THE BEATTY BEURLE CHAPEL   

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