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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Friday night will find snow near the lower Lakes region and along the eastern slopes ot the Rockies. Mostly fair weather is expecied elsewhere. The Weather High temperatures Thursday, low tci, peral tires overnight and indies of pro Denver ....38 IB New York 5035 Duluth 30 9. OS Phoenix 6736 Honolulu ...BJ70 Scaltlo SI 37 2 Houston Waslunslon 594S.O Extended Forecast Fair tc partly cloudy Sunday throug] "Tuesday. Highs mostly in th> 30s, dropping to the 20S on Mon day. Lows in the teens Sunda and Monday.dropping to arouni 10 degrees on Tuesday morning. C. R. Weather High Thursday 3 Low overnight 3 Noon Friday 2! ....2 p.m 2G 0.3! Total for Feb 0.3: Normal for Feb 1.0 Normal through Feb 2.5' ...Total for 1974 1.96 Barometer, steady 29.8; Humidity at noon G9% Wind direction and velocity a -..-Gazette weather station at NW at 25 rn.p.h. Sun rises Saturday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 41 21; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo i Bismarck Snow 22-3 Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis .Fair 34-2 .PICldy 33-1, Snow 30-18 ..PtCldy 28-18 .PtClcly 32-1' .Clrng 32-17 Kansas City........Fair 45-28 Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul OWa. City Omaha Sioux Falls .Fair 32-25 ......Fair 20-' ..PtCldy 59-32 37-18 ..Cloudy 30-14 Degree Days Thursday .................3: C 'Total to Through Feb. 21, 1973 J Percent of normal year 74.0! Total normal year J Coralville Lake 'I Pool level Friday ....C71.S3 Births Mercy J Feb. 22 Mr. and 4 Mrs. James Stolba, 3000 J J street SW, a daughter. Birrhs St. Luke's o Feb. 21 To the families of Noel Ilubcr, 1135 West ,1 Ninth avenue, Marion, a son; A Ronald Factor, 1270 Starry drive, Marion, a son; Eric- M. r Ilnmacl, Walker, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Mary Krausc and Ricky Mease, Anne Ballantync and William Burns, all ot Cedar Rapids. Opal McNiel, Cedar Rapids, and John Fisher, Center Point. Fires p.m. Thursday. Defective (o wall at 1746 First NE. p.m. Thursday. Power .'floss at 713 Eighth street SE. p.m. Thursday. Car fire at 298 Fortieth street NE. p.m. Thursday, live tloorliell at 1356 Thirty- eighth street NE. a.m. Friday. Stand by al downed electrical wires in (iOO block ot Collage Grove SE. a.m. Friday. Check on downed electrical wires south 'of F. avenue and county road NW. a.m. Friday. Arcing transformer at Bowman road and Council street NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding David Sopousek, Mlfi Thirty-eighth street SE; fined and costs. David Wolfe, 1713 Third avenue SE; Webber, Palo; Dcyin Klein, route one, Marion; each fined and costs. Hickcy Cnnnoy, 3310 O avenue NW; Jeanne Beer, 2320 Howling street SW; lleniiird Kofron, 23M Teresa drive SW; Kogor Teehan, 2200 Frulllnncl boulc- "4 varrl SW; Donald Hbci-lu, Thlrly-w-'cond slrcol NE; Siisnn ailOl Klidni! drive NW; each fined and costs. Itoyce I.CIIM. 4216 Nnrlhwnod drive NM; Holler Tecluiii, 2200 Ki'iiltlnnd htnil'.'viird .SW; Mary AHIioff, 33110 Oakland road NK; Homilc! Forrester, j'lirlc Townc! place NK; Donald riudliib, rniiti! thrcii.-, Marlon; Chiii'lui! Crulchcl.v, route two, Marion; each fined and costs. Driving on right .side David Sullivan, Manchester; fined and costs. Robert Bayder, 3010 Terry drive SE; fined 510 and costs. Vehicle control violation Floyd Scott, 5624 Vermont street SW; Richard Lend, Lin- coln Heights SE; each fined and costs, Faulty equipment Gary W i 11 c y 1060 Twenty-fifth street, Marion; fined and costs. Meier violation Theodore Calhoon, 219 Fifteenth street NE; fined S40 and costs. Traffic signal violation Dianne Havens, Solon; Gary Bolvwedder, 193 Twenty-fifth avenue SW; each fined and costs. Permitting unauthorized per- son to drive Carl Tischer, 1575 Henderson drive, Marion, fined and costs. Driver's license violation Carl Gaulle, 1130 Thirtieth streel NE; fined and cosls. Lesler Gillespic, route two, Marion: fined and costs. Failure to stop for school bus Aileen Campbell, Lisbon; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Iowa City Mrs. Uarda Stimmel, 77. Services Monday at at Donohue's, where friends may call after 5 Satur- lay. .-Elkaflcr Miss Ella W. Kel- pieri. 85. Services Sunday at' 2 Zion Lutheran church, Clayton "'enter. Witt's, where friends may call after 2 Saturday. Newhall Andrew Michae Stark, 77. Services Monday at 10, St. Paul's church. Rosary Sunday at 8, Teahen chapel, Cedar Rapids, where friends may call 8 a.m. to 9 p.m, Sunday. Mcchanicsville Charles A Moffit, 39. Services Sunday at 2, Presbyterian church Horner's, where friends may call after 9 Saturday. Greclcy Chester Willard, 12. Services Monday al St. Joseph's church. Shelly's in Manchester, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Ro- sary Saturday at 8, wake ser- vice Sunday at 8. Vinton Nola P. Falcon, White-Phillips'al Dccor'ah Bryce E. Emery, 49. Services Saturday at at Steine's. Burial in Burr Oak. ransom should be in and how i was lo be packaged. "Stronger Than SLA" lie continued, "Jim, the Amcr lean Revolutionary army says that although it intends lo g rovide better fire protection 'or himself and other residents if the area, and could be easily ocalcd because a water main ielen Berger, Marshalltown; a cited the December deci- on, Homer Flynn, Cedarision's comment that Ihe proper forum for conslruing the im- moral plays section "and other and Homer i obscenity statutes is the legisla- ninc grand-'ture. Modern, enlightened legis- is needed." Judge Eads, in sustaining Ihe demurrer Thursday, said he hopes the legislators will seek lo draft a law thai will stand con- stitutional assault, "lest this rul- ing should be taken as a license for licentiousness." Model Cited 110 Fifth avenue SE, died al a As a tor ncw law Cedar Rapids hospital Friday morning following a long illness. A retired' employe of L. E. Vleycrs Construction Co. and Cedar Rapids resident since he was born in Millon March 27, 1898. Mr. McManis was a member of local 55 of the International Srotherhood of Electrical Workers. Surviving in addition to liis wife, the former Ann .McQuis- :on, are a son, Donald Vaughn Ottumwa; a daughter, Willa Bil oert, Corpus Christi, Texas; a stepson, Earl McQuiston, Jesup and four grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel eas al 3 p.m. Monday by the Rev Francis King of Olivet Presby terian church. Friends may cal at Turner cast. Memorial. Services JMayranfl, Helen C. Sat urday at 9 a.m. in St. Wejices. laus church, Cedar Rapids, by the Hev. Clarence Frana, and at 1 p.m. in St. Wenceslau church, Snillville, by the Rev Louis Trzil. Burial: St. "Wen ceslaus cemetery, Spillville. Kirk, Kimelha Ann 1 a.m. Saturday at Saint Mat thew's Catholic church by th Rev. A-. A. Sodawasser. En tombent: Cedar; Mcmoria cemetery. Arrangements b: Cedar Memorial funeral home Dahl, Clara E. a.m Saturday at the Beatty-Beurl chapel by the Rev. Ernest Lai- son. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Van Siecnis, Donald Mangei Services were at Centra Assembly of God church a p.m. Friday by the Rev Ramon Booth. Burial was in Linwood cemetery. Turner cha- pel west was in charge. Wall, Ronald Reginald St. Pius X Catholic church at a.m. Saturday by the Rev Bernard G. Collins. Burial: lit. Calvary cemetery. Turner east is in charge. Referendum on CATVMarch.26 A referendum on cable televi- ion will be held in Cedar tapids March 26, Linn Auditor Vferle Kopel said Friday. The vote will be on whether to ;rant a non-exclusive franchise Community Cable Co. of Cedar Rapids. Company F farris, 3626 Beve'r avenue SE, lad asked the referendum be cheduled March 5 or 12. A elay in approval of the pro- Josed ordinance by the city egal department made it im- jossible to schedule the halloi- ng for either of those days and Tieet legal requirements. Harris presented petitions to lie city council Feb. 6 request- ng the referendum, which will )c paid for by ianv. the cable com- las recently he silo. been extended lo 20 YEARS AGO Prime Min- ster Nehru of India appealed to ill powers concerned in the In- lo-Chincsc war to agree lo a cease-fire pending the Far East- iru conference April 26. :arl Barber Heads Speeder Credit Union N. Earl Barber was elected president of the Speeder Credit Union at the group's reor- ganizalional meeting Wednes- day. Other officers elected at the meeting include: Glenn Scott, vice-president; Thomas Forbes, treasurer, and Dean Krusc, sec- retary. Auditing committee members elected include: Stephen Pisha; Charles Popelka and Leo C a s n c r. Glenn Sudderberg, LeRoy Clausen, Darrell Hanson, Forrest Parker. Don Fugale and DCan Kruse were elected to the loan committee. let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phono cwsworod 24 pointed to a criminal code that s being proposed, which he said s more specific. The old law declares it a elony for anyone over 18 years Id to "willfully commit any cwd, immoral or lascivious act n the presence, or up or with he body or any part or member hereof, of a child of the age of .6 or under" with certain speci- 'ied intentions. The proposed law declares it a felony for persons 18 or older .0 do certain acts with or to a child with the intention of arous- ing or satisfying the sexual de- sires of either party. Acts Listed The acts listed in the proposed law are or the child in a lewd manner; pain or discomfort _ upon the child or or the child to inflict pain or discomfort on him; soli- or a sex act with a child." County Atty. Faches said he is forwarding a copy of Bads' rul- ing to the attorney general for a determination on "whether it' should be appealed. "In the Cards" Ally. Gen. Richard Turner could not be reached for com- ment immediately, nor could the assistant who handles crimi- nal appeals. However, Asst. Atty. Gen. Fred Haskins, who until recent- ly handled such appeals, told The Gazette: :After the supreme court de- cisions declaring two of the sec- Jons unconstitutional, it is pretty well in the cards what is joing to happen. :We have a problem with the vhole chapter." Linn Employes Ask Courthouse Be Closed at Linn supervisors have taken ,nder advisement a petition rom 59 county employes, in- luding several department leads, .that the courthouse be losed at each afternoon in- tead of 5. The petition, received by the upervisors at their meeting Thursday, reads as follows: "During this trying period of hortages of paper, food, gaso- ine, etc., we feel local govern- nent should take the lead in the onservation of remaining re- ources. "Therefore, we suggest that lie lunch periods of courthouse mplpyes be shortened lo Ms our and the working day be "Consumption of electricity ised lo light the various offices vould thus be cut by Vk hours cr week, or more than three vorking weeks annually, a sub- tanlinl savings of energy." Among the signers w ere 'ounty 'Ally. William Faches; Robert Palms, head of Ihe recessing department, and farry head of the court- ouse services department. 20 YEARS AGO Secretary of State Dulles assured congres- sional leaders that inclusion of Red China in the Geneva confer- once on Far East problems did not imply U.S. recognition of the Pciping Communist regime. JOHN E. LAPES flowers for all or fusions   

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