Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 22, 1974, Page 6

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAIK.MAI W ( a1 Mf R ll »VICI fO«tCA»T Ie 7AM til Snow, Cold, Wind Share Blame for Power Problems —Hearst— (Continued from Page I.) 'Hip ( i d ti Rapids Oawtte: Frl., I cb. 22, 1974 A sequence of wet mow, then lions of Bowman Woods and colder temperatures, capped by (Mar Hills, and other scattered much as they think they can pet away with,” Sax be said. The communique by Cinque gave Ifcarst 24 hours to get up DEATHS -Invalid Law- (Continued from Page I.) Elma E. Flynn 725.3, dealing with immoral plays, exhibitions and entertain- strong winds played havoc with'fK,inf-s in    the    city.    gave Hears! 24 hours to got up! Elma E. Flynn, 72, of 199 ments, was    unconstitutional.    It utility lines in the Cedar R-mids ThCn?    wm; a,,diti(:nal outages    $4 million more and for the    firstjCarter street NW, died Thurs-I was adopted    in l!K)9. a Vri av    I'"    ^    ^    linked    his daughter’s fate1 day following a long illness.    *hc    <™rt    Iii*? ar‘‘a r rid ay.    town    areas.    Mechanicsville    was    ..    ,,    .    ‘    y    *    *    .    that    123-year-old    section    725.1, Upwards of 3 (KM) homes were I without power, and officials said M" r    f    0    ^A    former    Marshalltown    resi    dealing    with    lewdness    and    in- without electrical power at it would    not    hi; restored until    2    Members .Joseph Itemiro    and dent, she had been living in decent exposure was    uncon- various times, according to a p.m.    Bussell Little who are in    San Cedar Rapids since November!stitutional. spokesman for Iowa Electric f. „ Transformcr <i u c n I i n charged with tho wilh hcr dattRhter_ Mary Camp- Light and Power Co.    rauuy    iransnrmer    | murder of Oakland school SU-1 Airport weather information The Mechanicsville problem * perintendent Marcus A Foster, showed that winds reached 35 was caused by a faulty trams-1 at un Wt ahu MOTCX AST $ ^ Friday night will find snow near the lower Lakes region and along tho eastern slopes of tho Rockies. Mostly fair weather is expected elsewhere. —Daily Record— ransom should be in and how it was to be packaged. “Stronger Than SLA” The Weather High temperatures peralures overnight t i pat ion Anchorage    I? 7 Atlanta    «7 52    .9$ Bismark    28 IB Chicago    41 35    .72 Denver    3818 Duluth    30 9    .06 Honolulu    82 70 Houtton    69 46    .06 Thursday, low lem-and inches of pre L. Angeles 70 47 Miami 77 71 Min'aoolis 15 21 .01 N. Orleans 76 45 .19 New York 50 35 Phoenix 67 36 Scamp    51    37    .25 Washington 59 45 OI Fair lo Extended Forecast partly cloudy Sunday through [coin Heights SE; each fined $25 Tuesday. Highs mostly in the and costs. He continued, ‘‘Jim, the Amcr-Marion; each fined $20 and lean Revolutionary army says! "urivine on rishi sidr _'!hal aUhou8h » intcnds »® S®| David Sullivan, Manchester; mto guerilla warfare in the funned $25 and costs. Robert Jure it doesn t intend to do that B.iyder, 3010 Icily drive SE;;now. They want to make it clear that they believe the American Revolutionary fined $10 and costs. Vehicle control violation Floyd Scott, 5624 Vermont street SW; Richard Lend, 30s, dropping to the 20s on Monday. Ix)ws in the teens Sunday and Monday,dropping to around IO degrees on Tuesday morning. C. R. Weather High Thursday ...............39 Low overnight  ............31 Noon Friday ...........  28 2 p.m..................... 26 Precipitation ...............0.33 Total for Feb...............0.33 Normal for Feb.............1.03 Normal through Fob 2 54 Total for 1971      1.96 Barometer, steady ....... 29.83 Humidity at noon ........ 09% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. NW at 25 m p h. Sun rises Saturday, 6:52; sun sets, 6:49. Year Ago Today — High, 41.1 low, 21; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Faulty equipment Gary Willey, 1060 Twenty-fifth street, Marion; fined $10 and costs. Meter violation — Theodore Calhoon, 219 Fifteenth street NE; fined $40 and costs. Traffic signal violation — armies are Lin- stronger, better organized, bet-i tor disciplined and better spread around the country than the SLA. “They tell me that the demands that federal officials resign are not linked to my release, they are linked to other activities which I have to pre- Dianne Havens, Solon; Gary j sumo will be undertaken in the n!!htZdiZ'. 19? ;rw^11 "J1 future, though I know absolutely avenue SW each fined $15 and ...    J |    I    nothing    about    them. Permitting unauthorized person to drive — Carl Tischer, 1575 Henderson drive, Marion, fined $100 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Carl Gaulle, 1130 mph at 6 a m., and gusted even higher. CML Snowfall Official reports listed Cedar R a p i d s as receiving three inches of .snow, but in most areas of Hie city no more than an inch was on the ground. The light company said lint* problems started around midnight and peaked at 6 a m. By late morning, crews were still working to restore power to por- —Iowa Snow-- (Continued from Page I.) were IOO percent ice-covered Friday morning according to Foreman Dean Mender of the state highway commission. v Highway crews have been working since 6:30 p.m. Thursday and were continuing to put salt and sand on the roads to facilitate travel. Four cars and two trucks time*] former. Light, company officials said the winds caused what they call “galloping conductors,” that is wires whipping around. When lines touch, the lights blink. When they touch long enough, a device .similar to a house circuit breaker cuts off power “Comply Precisely” lh* said if the family does not ‘comply precisely” Demurrer bell. demur- charge Cook’s attorney, in a She was born in Tama county ;rer challenging the April 22, 1901. She was a charter against him. alleged that the member of the Hope United lascivious act with a child sec-with the Methodist church in Marshall- finn. adopted in 1813, denied him new demands, the SLA would town.    due process of law and equal break off communications.    Surviving in addition to her protection under the law be- “Tho SLA will keep the pris-1 daughter are another daughter, cause of it vagueness, oner according to the? terms of Helen Berger, Marshalltown; a, He cited the December decide Geneva convention and her son, Homer Flynn, Cedar sion’s comment that the proper ;status will riot change until the Rapids; a sister, Hazel Hall, forum for construing the im- Northwefitern Bell linemen status has changed for the two;Toledo; two brothers, Raymond|moraI plays section “and other had fewer problems. The Cedar    soldiers in San Quentin,” he1 Rider, Toledo, and Homer    obscenity    .statutes is    the    Iegisla- Rapids office reported few cus-    sa'd    Rider, Garwin.; nine grand-    turn.    Modern, enlightened legis- tomers were without service.    “Should any attempt    he made    jc h i I d r e n and    two    great- lation is needed.” Similar reports came from out-    t0 r^ue the subject prisoner or    grandchildren.    judge Eads, in sustaining the lying areas of Monticello, Ana-do injure our captive soldiers.! Services: Saturday, 3:30 p.m.,,demurrer Thursday, said he rn os a anti Vinton.    tho subject is to be executed im- at the Estel-Perrin funeral home    hopes    the    legislators    will    seek to Several schools were without    mediately ”    in Marshalltown. Burial in Mar-    draR    a |aw that will    stand con- power during the night, but a Cinque gave his rundown of shalltown.    stltutional assault, “lest this resurvey at 9:30 a.m. by school of-holdings of the Hearst family j    - jng should be taken as a license Reals showed all schools in and said with ‘‘personal Craig S. McManis for licentiousness.” Cedar Rapids were back to nor-    friends” like the shah of Iran1 ma]    and Howard Hughes millions William K. Ramstad. assis-    here and there would cause no 310 Fifth avenue SE, died at a tant superintendent of schools,    discomfort.    Cedar Rapids hospital    Friday : pointed to a criminal code    that said the most severe problems! The field marshal    sa.d the    morning following a    long    illness.iis being proposed, which he    said occurred at Squaw Creek and family has a silver mine, thou-M tj . emD,oye of L E , is more specific. Coolidge schools where power,sands of acres of land in Mexico:* was out more than three hours    and Hawaii, a square block jn Mc>ors Construction Co. and was out more than three hours.    down(own Ncw 1 Vork stock| Cedar Rapids resident since 1963, he was born in Milton S. McManis Craig Spence McManis, 75. of Model Cited As a model for a new law he -, At Squaw Creek school on ML. were reported in ditches around yernon roacj gE ^e power was! shares in blue chip corporations the county. Winds continued to QUt during th(; ’ni ht hamper visibility and Meador on before classes, recommended that caution be used by all travelers. All roads in the county were reported *.ga o « UnL7,;a Hon of 24 Grecian urns worth passable. out during the night, but was|aad a Publishing empire whosej^h ».'*»• ■ top magazine, Cosmopolitan,! lVir- mcMdIils Wdb d At Coolidge school 6225 First alono nets $7-$8 million a year.    ,of ,ocaI    55    the    Internationa Al UGO age stnooi, wza nrst    himself a roller.    Broth    er hood    of Electrical ,!avenue SW, power was out from, Medrst himself nas a coiiec . reffed 5:30 to 9 a.m., Ramstad said. ;'jon ®f    24 Gre'!an un* worth I Pnwnr alien affpr-tnd loffnr^nn ^ $10,000    apiece, Cinque said. plus    Surviving    in addition to his Classes in the West Delaware yaR junior high and Tru- membership in a duck hunting wile, the    j    a    felony    for    persons    18    or    older Community school district and' member The old law declares it a felony for anyone over 18 years old to “willfully commit any lewd, immoral or lascivious act in the presence, or up or with the body or any part or member thereof, of a child of the age of 16 or under” with certain specified intentions. The proposed law declares it — Hijack — (Continued from Page I.) St. Mary’s school in Manchester were canceled for the day. Del wa re Roads Slick County road crews began plowing roads at about 5 a m. man said. up club, Chinese screens, oil paint-;,()n* are a son’ I^nald Vmighn,j^ ^ certajn acts with or to a ings and an Oriental rug collec- Ottumwa; a daughter, Willa 1 child with the intention of arous- Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland . . Des Moines . . Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City . Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha Sioux Falls . Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo ........ Snow    22-3 Fair 34-24 . ... PtCldy 33-15  ..... Snow    30-18 PtCldy 28-18 PtCldy 32-17 .Clrng 32-17 .. Fair 45-28 .Fair 32-25 Fair 26-7 PtCldy 59-32 PtCldy 37-18 Cloudy 30-14 street NE; fined $20 and costs Lester Gillespie, route two, Marion: fined $10 and costs. Failure to stop for school bus — Ailecn Campbell, Lisbon; fined $15 and costs. Iowa Deaths Iowa City — Mrs. Uarda Stimmcl, 77. Services Monday at 1:30 at Donohue’s, where friends may call after 5 Satur- da;, FHeader — Miss Ella W. Kel-pien. 85. Services Sunday at 2, Zion Lutheran church, Clayton Center Witt’s, where friends may call after 2 Saturday. Newhall Andrew Michael temperature drop below 55 de-j motion about the publisher’s art Acco'rding 'to" <£mt7Engto<£r I Br^s' Ra™tad usaid ,    .    ob|evc,s,    ,    „.    .. Don Smith, “Roads were not too None of the schools was closed | ‘ You vc got me he said Thirtieth I attache case that authorities bc-|severe, but were very slippery." ^ ™r a"7 °f ‘be bus runs* But they ve got Patty. licvcd tarried a bomb. Few Aboard Mallard said 49 passenger John Fold, manager of Iowa!' cancelled, since school officials-- Electric" u'ghtand Tower"Co” in felt the power would be restored ^ JrUCk flCCeSS Manchester said isolated power 1 outages were reported through-were booked on the flight a1-!out the county. Light company. though only eight were aboard ;creWs worked from 2:30 to 6:30 P°wer ^as off, but we were and Jackson schools, ings ana an urieniai rug col lee-    . tion from the shah.    bert,    Corpus Christi, Texas, a ^ Qr ^tisfying the sexual de- Above 55 Degrees    Bates    was asked how the SLA I stepson, Earl McQuiston, Jesup, sjresof either party. In none of the schools did the could get such personal infor-!anf* I°ur grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel east    Acts    Listed at 3 p.m. Monday by the Rev.! Thc acts li5tpd m the proposed Francis, King of Olivet Presby- ]aw are “fondling) or touch(ing) terian church. Friends may cair the child in a lewd manner; at Turner cast.    inflict(ing) pain or discomfort - ; upon the child or permit! ting I Memorial Services or causing! the child to inflict Mavrand, Helen C. - sat-• pain or discomfort on him; soli- urday at 9 a.m. in St. Wcnces- icit(ing) or attempt(ing) a sex shortly. “We did bring the students to Ruled Not Unlimited school at the time knowing the DES MOINES (AP) — Long fixing linos which had1 reasonab'y sur? “ in tho wind stad said. at the time of the incident, aUam 6:03 a m. COT. The pilot, navigator and three stew-|anc| burned out, he said.    .    ,.    _    , ardcsses were also aboard tho! One residential area in Man-    th.e nil;hl '1*' ‘ edar plane, he said.    i    ..hosier    was    renorted    ttithout    Rapids    fire    department    respond would not trucks would not be allowed un- at laus church, Cedar Rapids, by act wjth a child.” the Rev. Clarence Frana, and j    AHv Faches said he Is I p.m. in St WenccsUuf County Atty. nilot eo-lurhinruxa innn»u,,r in hT** I remain off much longer,” Ram-    accc^v;    in    Wa    hiphwav«i!church' Spillville, by tbe Rev. forwarding a copy of Eadf, rul- puot, co-1whipped together in the wind^ _s<i    b    limited    access    to    Iowa    highways, Lmiis Trzi, BurifkX: st Wen- ing to the attorney general for a determination on whether it The Iowa state police radio in Cedar Rapids reported numerous ears and semi-trailer trucks in ditches along both interstate Md and 1-380 between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. However, it was believed no one was seriously injured in any of the mishaps. Five semi-trailer trucks Degree Days Thursday ............. Total to date......... Through Feb. 21. 1973 . Percent of normal year . Total normal year .... Coralville Lake level Friday ... 671.93 .. 32 4,919 5,256 74.05 6,631 Foe I Births — Mercy eh. 22    — Mr. and Mrs. James Stolba, 3000 J street SW, a daughter. Births — St. Luke's Feb. 21 To the families of Noel Huber. 1135 West Ninth avenue, Marion, a son; Ronald Factor, 1270 Starry drive, Marion, a son; Uric M. Hamad, Walker, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Mary Krause and Ricky Mease, Anne Ballantyne and William Burns, all of Cedar Rapids. Opal McNiel, Cedar Rapids, and John Fisher,, Center Point. (chester was reported The identities of the dead hi-'power for about an hour and a jacker and airport policeman half Friday morning, were not immediately available. The pilot, Reese Ixjftin, ot Ft. Stark, 77. Services Monday at; Worth, Texas, suffered gunshot IO, St. Paul’s church. Rosary w ti u n d s in the back and, Cedar7Rapids, 'w£rc    “i, Th,C    Frcdj may call frdm 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.!3°nesi    32, of    Dallas    suffered Sunday.    (gunshot wounds of the left side Mechanicsville — Charles A.Lf his head and    chest. Moffit, 39. Services Sunday at    ...    . 2. Presbyterian church. Tnt;    injured    stewardess    is, Homer’s, where friends may Karen Smot, 21, of Detroit. Greeley' S tChester Willard.I,• ^nne^run(^e^ counfy» P®- jackknifed in the Iowa City area 82, Services Monday at 10:30, r,ce sa a package believed to wj^jp 45 minutes between 5:15 St. Joseph’s church. Shelly’s in he a bomb was removed from,and Manchester, where friends may the aircraft and placed at a dis-! iant call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Ro- tance on the runway where itL^rehann** was Mocked temnn sarv Saturday at 8, wake ser-!    ,    .    J    ..    Jtercnange    was mocked tcmpo- vice Sunday at 8.    Iw^s    examined    by    police Vinton — Nola P. White-Phillips’ at 1:30. Decorah — Bryce E. Emery, 49. Services Saturday at 1.30 at Steine’s. Burial in Burr Oak. Oxford Junction — Charles Peska, 75. Graveside services Saturday at IO at Toronto cemetery. Hayden’s. Sigourney — Milo Steven Howel, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Howel. Graveside services Saturday at 1:30 at Garrett cemetery south of Delta. Holm's. Manchester — Edward J. I Malone 73 Bohnenkamp’s, rejected Thursday where friends may call after 3 Rapid!, federal court cd to five trical problems. Louis Trzil. Burial: St. Wen ceslaus cemetery, Spillville. Kirk.    Kimetha Ann — IO;    ,    ...    _    . . a.m. Saturday at Saint Mat- > should be appealed. calls related to clee- Richard Turner said in an    opin- th< I    tholic church by then    .u    cards" ■Rev. A.    A. Sodawasser. En- under a bill sent to Gov. ert Ray this week, Atty. Rob- Gen. ion issued Friday. TI, 4- a D -A f A    .tombent: Cedar Memorial' Atty. Gen. Richard Turner I he Cedar Rapids fire depart- The Iowa senate gave approv-    cemetery    Arrangements    b y    ..    .    reached for comment was called to a fire at al tho measure to ^rmit gs.foot    Cedar Memorial funeral home.    could    not    bi    reached Nixon school, 200 Northwood I twin trailer trucks on four-lane    saturda    ~ drive, Hiawatha, Friday morn-(highways and other disignatcd    chapel by    the Rev. Ernest    Lar-|naj appeals. ......................     Atty. includ-1 Sen. Tom Riley (R-Cedarl could not be E. — 10:30 a.mJrncnt immediately, nor could the Beatty-Beurle, the assistant who handles crimi- roads. But some legislators. Riley ins 45 minutes 6 a m. Friday. of 1-80 near the The west Tiffin in-! ing when a siren used to alert the volunteer fire department failed to operate. Siren Frozen The siren was frozen due to ice, according to Gene Van-1 virtually unlimited derLinden. a member of the fire narrow state roads, department and a city council Riley contended member    which    would    allow son. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Van Stccnis, Donald Manges .Services were at Central Assembly of God church at Rapids) claimed the wording of LSO p ar Friday by the Rev. ,u„ i,.,.!,. Ramon Booth. Burial was in the bill would allow the trucks Linwood cemetery. Turner cha- travel over JKJ west was in charge. Wall. Ronald Reginald a section ^‘us ^ Catholic church at trucks to — St. 10:30 However, Asst. Atty. Gen. Fred Haskins, who until recently handled such appeals, told The Gazette: “After the supreme court decisions declaring two of the sections unconstitutional, it is was examined by Falcon, explosives experts. and rarity by a jackknifed semitrailer truck at about 6 a.m. Prisoner Loses Bid for Damages From Authorities An inmate’s claim that his The fire was deliberately set in a boys restroom on the second floor, fire officials said. in was Cedar. Saturday. (’enter Point - Lillian M.j Bar donor, 71. Services Sunday at 2, Alice United Methodist) ch u r c h . Murdoch’s, where friends may call after I Saturday'. Chicago Hit Fires 1:27 p m. Thursday. Defective fireplace lo wall at 1746 First avenue NE. 9:50 p.m. Thursday. Power loss at 713 Eighth street SE. 10:33 p.m. Thursday. Car fire at 298 Fortieth street NE. 11:20 p.m. Thursday. Defective doorbell at 1356 Thirty-eighth street NE. 12:13 a in. Friday. Stand bv at dawned electrical wires in 600 block of Cottage Grove SE. 3:14 a rn. Friday. Check on downed electrical wires south of E avenue ami county road NW. 6:42 a.m. Friday. Arcing transformer at Bowman road and Council street NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding David Sopousek.j 1416 Thirty-eighth street SE; contacted fined $50 and costs. David He raid:! Wolfe, 1713 Third avenue SE; Donald Webber, Palo; Devin Klein, route one, Marion; each fined $35 and costs. Rickey (’annoy, 3319 <> avenue NW; Jeanne Beer. 2320 Bowling street SW, Bernard Kofron, 2326 Teresa drive SW; Roger Techau, 2200 Fruitland boulevard SW; Donald Kberlc, 602 Thirty-second street NE; Susan I/)we, 2801 Elaine drive NW; each fined $30 and costs Ro vee (.eon 4216 Northwood drive NE; Roger Techau, 2200 Fruitland boulevaid SW; Mary Aelhoff. 3300 Oakland road NE; Donald Forrester. 1610 J'ark Tttwne place NE; Ronald Rudish, route three, Marion; Charles Crotchety, route two, the Iowa City area. Johnson county officials reported about 18 cars in ditches as a result of the storm and Iowa City police reported about 50 cars slid off streets there. Streets blocked bv falling constitutional rights were vielat-j trees and limbs have been cd by officials at the men’s cleared, officials said, reformatory in Anamosa was1 In tht’ Sigourney area streets and roads remained slippery and opening of schools was delayed for an hour Friday morn-Floyd Allen Baker, serving a ing. ten-year sentence for breaking and entering imposed in Polk county district court, .    .    .    .    . ....    .    A    snowstorm slammed into claimed he was denied due ? northern Illinois and southern process in disciplinary proceed-)w i s con s i n Friday, closing ings at the reformatory.    schools and roads. He    said he had been denied    Power was reported cut in stances “which    made it    difficult    right    to counsel, right to call his    Kenosha county, Wis., where of- to do that af that time.    own witnesses and to confront! finials said the    storm    reached “I think I ought to    say,    and    his accusers before a ndorma-j blizzard proportions. ifs fair, that    rhe two    groups    tory    adjustment committee.    I Highway traffic on express- don’t work in    concert    at all;    He    also claimed a “Mr.    ways and tollways leading into they don't share as I understand:Gunther”, a corrections official, the Chicago area from the north it the same goals and    don’t J    was “a menace, threat, etc., and west was    halted    shortly since he started work here” and before the start    of the    morning had subjected him to cruel and rush hour and many motorists unusual punishment.    1 were stranded along the way. Baker asked $10,00(1 exempla-1 Traffic at O I lat e Internary damages each from Gunther, tarnal airport was halted for at Kevin Burns, deputy commis- least 30 minutes to permit snow sinner of state social services,;plows to clear runways. Flights!a four-month illness, and Calvin Auger, reformatory were diverted to airports as far Services will lie held Monday warden, and $5,000 punitive away as Minneapolis and Pitts- for Lawrence Barton Watt in was learned that they had '*',,n    s from Gather.    burgh.    Grinnell    with    burial also in The fire was extinguished by    move    as far as five    miles off the    Calvary    cemetery. Turner east a custodial worker before fire-    four-lane roads to    load    or un-    is    in    charge, men arrived.    ;    load    could    be    construed    to    allow The 460 students in the school I    them    anywhere. , ,were moved to a gvm on the    But    Turner said in the    opinion Schools^were reported open in ot^er sjde 0f ^ building.    requested by Sen. Gene Ken-j School officials kept the stu- nedy (D-Dubuque) that “such a dents inside becasse of winds (literal and grammatical in-j gusting fb 25 miles per hour interpretation is nonesense. ’ the area.    1 •.rn. Saturday by the Rev i pretty well ill the cards what is Bernard G. Collins. Burial: Mt. going to happen. ‘We have a problem with the whole chapter.” Referendum on Linn Employes CATV March 26 Courthouse A referendum on cable televi Closed at 4:30 Padzensky Asks Installation of Water Hydrant Linn under supervisors have taken advisement a petition A man who battle with recently won a the ‘city over —Murphy— (Continued from Page I.) work in the same way.” Contacted Earlier Constitution officials declined to say how they received the taped message from Murphy. It was not until they played it at a news conference in the lobby of the newspaper building that it Young Man Faces Drunk Driving Count Jeffrey J. Wilde. 18, of 2423 First avenue SW, was charged with drunk driving Friday after his car and a tow truck collided. Police said Wilde’s car missed a turn in the 13(K) block of First J property, avenue SW at 1:15 a in. Friday and crossed the center line hitting an oncoming tow truck. Wilde’s car also hit the car being towed by the ear truck. No one was hurt in the accident.    sewer be required in the addi- Bond was set at $490 and Hon. Wilde was taken to the county Sylvan lane is located outside jajl    the city limits. ------.........—    Padzensky    Friday    petitioned the city council to place a by sion will be held in Cedar Rapids March 26. Linn Auditor Meric Kopel said Friday. The vote will be on whether to,    . grant a non-exclusive franchise Irom *>9 county employes, into Community Cable Co. of c I u d i n g several department Cedar Rapids.    heads,    that    the    courthouse    be Company President Percy ,losed at 4:30 each a(tornoon in-Harris, 3626 Bever avenue SE, . . had asked the referendum be    0 whether water and sewer should scheduled March 5 or 12. A Tho petition, received by the be supplied to his property has delay in approval of the pro- supervisors at their meeting asked the city to install a fire posed ordinance by the city Thursday, reads as follows: hydrant across the street from logal department made it im- “During this trying period of possible to schedule the ballot- shortages of paper, lood, gaso-Jcrome Padzensky, developer , *nS I°r cither of those days and line, etc., we feel local governor the Sylvan lane addition legal requirements.    ment should take the lead in the north of Cottage Grove avenue Hams presented petitions to conservation of remaining re-SE. fought successfully last the city council Fob 6 request- sources, month against a city recommen- ‘n8 thp referendum, which will I “Therefore, we suggest that dation that city * water and ^ Paid for b>’ th€ cab,e (0m- pany. Grinnell Newspaper Publisher, 82, Dies GRINNELL (UPI) The publisher of the Register since Earl Barber Heads Speeder Credit Union ,\ Earl Barber was elected the lunch periods of courthouse employes be shortened to 1a hour and the working day be ended at 4:30. “Consumption of electricity used to light the various offices earlier by Murphy. would thus be cut by 214 hours Idrant across Cottage*^Grove ave-(president of the Speeder Credit;per week, or more than three nue from his property, within I Union at the group’s reor-j working weeks annually, a subtile city limits.    ganizational meeting Wednes- stantial savings of energy ’ He said the hydrant would dav    Among    *be    *^8ne,s u * 1 *’ provide better fire protection ot,K’r officer* elected at the (County Atty William k aches; day in a Grinnell hospital after for himself and other residents1'meeting include: Glenn Scott, Robert Palms head of the dot of the area, and could be caslty vice-president; Thomas Forbes, processing department, anc located because a water main'trcasurer’ and n<’an Krusp spr‘iHarrv Beltz* head of ,he court has recently been extended to retarv Auditing Gunnel Herald 1944 died Thurs the sit. Judge missed tin4 case, “Jim, this is Reg Murphy I record indicated again. I spoke to you on the nary proceedings had complied phone    last night, and I    tell    you J with guidelines set    out in    other again    what    I told you    then. I    federal cases, j have    been    kidnaped    by    the    Re said the    allegations American Revolutionary armies, j agUin8( Gunther do not rise to Murphy then went into details tho level of violating any eonsti-about    the    denominations    the    tutionally protected    rights. Edward McManus dis- Up to six inches of snow was Grinnell Watt was 82 saying the forecast iii some areas. the disciple “Real George” GEORGE, Wash. (UPI) This town of .'KHI celebrated “Real George” even though tin Watt, who was president ofj 20 YEARS AGO — Prime Militia 194 , isher of the Storm Lake Regis the | ter for 21 years before h< holiday Friday bought the Grinnell newspaper, rest of the na- -________________________________________ ll *111* WUU    I    ll ( lilt III VI    I IL »Ii*! ab" 11"    I I HHP IYJ ll I-    1 he Iowa Prcf-s Assn. in 1948 and lister Nehru of India appealed to 1 a s 11 1 • 1949, had bet‘ii editor and pub- all powers concerned in the In- I^K°y loosen, I usher of the Storm Lake Regis- do-Chinese war to agree to arorrost Parker. cease-fire pending the cm conference April 26 house services department. committee members    ------*-------- elected include: Stephen Pisha; 20 YEARS AGD - Secretary iC h a r I e s Popelka and Leo.of State Dulles assured congres-Glenn Sudderberg, sional leaders that inclusion of Darrell Hanson, Red China in the Geneva conferree to a    Don    Fugate    cnee    on    Far    East problems did Far East- and ,Van Kruse wcre elected to not imply U.S. recognition of th.' the loan committee.    Peiping    Communist    regime tion observed Washington’s birtlidav earlier this week. 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