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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Rain is expected toniglit in ihe Pacific northwest, while snow is likely in the upper New England area. Rain and showers are expected from Colorado, New Mexico and Texas northeastward through the mid Ohio-Tennessee valleys and into the mid Atlantic states. The Weather High temperatures Friday, low Ten peratures overnight and inches of p cipltation: Anchorage 2310 L. Angeles Atlanta ...8253 Miami ....7174 Bismarck ..3332 Min'apolls 3534.0 Chicago ...4440 N. Orleans B362 Denver New York 5733 Dululh ....2827.01 Phoenix Honolulu ..E270 Seattle ....4741 Houston '.-.78 .04 Washington 7042 Extended Outlook Parti; cloudy Monday with a chance o showers southeast. Fair Tues day. Partly cloudy with E chance .of showers Wednesday Above normal temperatures throughout the period. Highs mostly in the 50s. Lows mostly in the 30s. C. R. Weather High Friday..................60 Low Noon........................52 45 2p.m. Rainfall.......-...'........trace Total for March ...........1.21 Normal for March ........2.4f Normal through March ....5.02 Total for 1974 3.17 Barometer, rising........29.99 Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station al 2 p. m., N at 20 m.p.h. Sun rises Sunday, sun sets, Year Ago Today 42; low, 38. Degree Days Friday.................... 19 Total to date Through March 8, 1973 Percent of normal year .81.02 Total normal year Fires p.m. Friday. Fire in tire at Trent street and Sixteenth avenue SW. p.m. Friday. Short in wiring, at 1120 Forty-second avenue NE. p.m. Friday. Overheated machine at 1101 Twelfth ave- nue SW. p.m. Friday. Unknown to trash at 113 Thirty-sixth ave- nue SW. p.m. Friday. Broken gas line at Second avenue and Sec- ond street SW. p.m. Friday. Possible ci- garet to chair on front porch at 412 K avenue NW. Iowa Deaths Waukon Oswald Steinhart, 65. Services Monday at St. Mary's church, Hanover. Prayer service Monday at 8, Bakke-Hanson, where friends may call after 2 Sunday. South English _ Ward Stoner, 65. Services Sunday at Powell's, where friends may call after noon Sunday. Brooklyn _ Charles Sutphin, 83. Services Monday at 2, Ne- venhoven's. Keota Ed Conklin, 86. Ser- vices Monday at 2, Powell's. Parnell Mary Raher, S_. Services Monday at 10, St. Jo- seph's Catholic church. Rosary Sunday at and Uhlmann. Mechanicsville veil. 87. Horner's. McSwiggin Otis R. Lo- Ma n c h e s t e r Adelaide Connell, 89. Private services Monday, Bohnenkamp's. Viola Letha C. Holland, 76. Services Tuesday at United Methodist church. Mur- doch's in Springville, where friends may call after 1 Mon- day. Cascade Nicholas Kremer, 29. Services Monday at St. Pauls Catholic church, Worthington. Rosary Sunday at 8, Kramer's, where friends may call after 2 Sunday. Friday. Nuisance block of Vernon p.m. call in 500 drive SE. a.m. Saturday. Car fire at First avenue and Park court SE. Ziegler: Scandal Over-Emphasized KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) Predicting more frequent news conferences by President Nixon, Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler feels there is "still too much! dwelling on Watergate" by Nix-! on's questioners. Chatting with FDA Calls Back Dog Food; Fears Content of Lead WASHINGTON (AP) Some 12 tons of dog food that may ontain deadly amounts of lead ire being recalled by a Pennsyl- manufacturer, the Food and Drug Administration re- jorts. Tests by the producer, Dad's Products Co. of Meadville, Pa. isclosed lead levels ranging rom trace amounts to arts per million, the FDA sai f the social work department Merey, will meet with groups to answer ques- lemus Heads A Division of Cherry-Burrell George J, Remus, .3514, dom road SE, senior vice- president of Cherry-Burrell Corp., has been named pres- ident- of 'Cherry-Burrell Co., a division of the corporation. The appointment came follow ing a meeting of the corpora tion's board of directors in Chi- cago this week, during which the board adopted a policy giv ing each of the firm's operating companies greater managemem autonomy. Remus will continue in his ca parity' as senior vice-presidenl of the corporation. In conjunction with Remus' appointment, the corporation has changed identification of the Cedar Rapids plant from CB division to Cherry-Burrell Co., a division of Cherry-Burrell Corp. As .president of the company, Remus will have responsibility for the division's operations in Cedar Rapids, Little Falls, N.Y., and Elk Rapids, Mich., as well as Sanitation Laboratories, Inc., 1 Twixt Town road NE. His responsibilities also will include marketing of the prod- ucts and services of these operations. Mrs. Jesse H. Cliff Iris H. Clift, 70. of 2816 0 ave- nue NVV, wife of Jesse 11. Clift, died at University hospitals. Iowa City, late Friday following j a brief illness. Bora July 1903, at Clarence she had lived most of her life ii Cedar Rapids, and was married Feb. 11, 1922, at Stanwood. She was a member of Olivet Presby terian church. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sons, arelli H., Cedar Rapids, and Victor B., Denver, Colo.; a daughter, Susan I. Clift, Cedai Rapids; a brother, Harold Huff, Hunlinglon Beach, Calif.; five grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Services: 3 p.m. Monday at Olivet Presbyterian church by the Rev. Francis R. King. Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Friends may call Turner chapel west after a.m. Sunday until 9 p.m. Sun- day, and after 10 a.'rn. Monday at the church. City Briefs Gone Phil Tucker, Spr- ingville, reported Ms dog valued at was taken from his car Friday while it was in the park- ing at a Me Top store, 903 First avenue SVt. William A. Berger William A. Berger, 67, of 859 Fifth avenue SE, died Friday after a short illness. Born in Vinton July 26, 1906, he had been a resident of Cedar Rapids since 1941. He was a veteran of World war- II, and a retired employe of Burch Con- struction Co. Surviving are his wife, the E o r m e r Frances Moore, to ivhom he was married July 25, 1942, in Kahoka, Mo.; a dauglv :er, Mrs. Hilbert Galland, Fort Madison; two sons, William K. Darrell Berger, Tacoma, Wash., and Jerry Dean Berger, Fort Madison, a stepson, William K. Moore, Anaheim, Calif.; nine grandchildren, and one greal- ;randchild. Services: Monday in the Brady-Kuba funeral home. Cedar Memorial ceme- ery. Friends may call at the 3rady-Kuba funeral home after 1 p.m. Sunday. WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- Cranston announced his can- (Continued from Page 1.) newspapers 'avored keeping the meeting in Tripoli, Libya, as originally >lanned and postponing it until Wednesday. An Egyptian spokesman said Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Qatar have agreed to attend the Cairo meeting. There have been re- ports that Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf states will u p p o r I Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in his reported stance in favor of ending the >an. But Saudi Arabia's King Fai- ;al has not publicly changed his losition that Israel must give up ill captured Arab lands before he oil tap goes back on. Memorial Services Raher, Mon- day at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's -atholic church, Parnell. Bur- ial: St. Joseph's cemetery. Ros- ary Sunday at p.m. al: Mc- Swiggin and Uhlmann funeral lome, Williamsburg. Humiston, Albert N. Ser- vices were held at Turnei chapel east at 3 p.m. Saturday >y the Rev. Glenn Bender. Masonic- services were conduct- ed at. the graveside'in Cedar Memorial cemetery by odge. Hollcnhors, Martha Ser- ices were held at 2 p.m. Sat- urday in the Brady-Kuba fu- neral home by the Rev. Clar- ice Frana. Burial: Sis leu Jrove cemetery. Any living room shampooed, any bedroom Dia- mond Carpet Cleaners. 360-6225. -Adv. Money Missing Edward J. Steidl. Kaukauna, Wis., reportec his billfold containing cash was missing Friday from Ms room at the Roosevelt hotel. Don Carr is back at A-l Bar- ber Service. Church Burglary A burgla- ry was reported Friday at the Good Shepherd Lutheran church, 2900 Forty-second street and sound equipment va- lued at wasjakon. al Estate Sale-Friday Through 11 Elmhurst Drive N.E. See Classified 88.-Adv. Business Breakin A breakin was reported Friday at Hubbard Cold Storage, 1132 First street and two radios valued at >65 and a portable television set valued at were taken. Fun and Games, Sunday, p.m., refreshments. St. John's Orthodox Church Hall. 600 7th St. SE.-Adv. Money Missing Kenneth D. Sailer, West AIHs, Wis., reporl- ed was taken Friday from :he bar at the Emergency Room :avern, 4650 First avenue NE, vhile he watched a pool game. Linvvood cemetery, all wreaths and blankets to be removed after the 15 of Adv. Wheels Taken Sandra Be- 'ill, 2102 North Town court NE, both rear tires and iriis valued at were taken iff her car Thursday or Friday while it was parked at her resi- dence. St. John's Cemetery All winter decorations will be re- move March Radio Missing Stan Wieder- span, 1051 Twentieth street SE, reported an AM-FM radio va- lued at and two speakers valued at were taken Fri- day from his residence. Don Miller Trio, 'Tonight, U. N. Command Protests Melee At Panmunjom SEOUL, South Korea (AP) The U.N. command has ,de manded that North Korea re place one of its army captains at the Panmunjom truce villagi and punish other soldiers for an assault. last Sunday on four Americans and a South Korean at Panmunjom. A spokesman said the U.N. command ako demanded at a meeting Tuesday that North Korea pay for damages to four of the command's cars that were pounded .with rocks and clubs. Windows of the vehicles were broken. The command said the five allied personnel suffered minor )ruises during a 30-minute bat- Je with Communist troops who attacked them. The Americans said earlier that three Ameri- cans and a South Korean were njured in the melee. But it added Wednesday that a- fourth American, Lt. Cmdr. Franklin West of Charleston, S.C., got a bruised elbow. An army police officer who represented the command at the meeting Tuesday, 1st Lt. Kevin T. James, accused the North Koreans of disturbance, "instigating" the first in John B. Turner Son Funeral Directors since 1888 Now, two completely-staffed locations to serve you. 'lUrncr's East 800 Second Avc. SB Ilirncr'swesl Flrsl nice village since 1970. He said here was no provocation. Lt. Cho Un Pok of North Korea charged that the Ameri- cans and South Koreans started the fight by interfering with North Korean troops performing routine duties. Evy's Upstairs Lounge. Next to Paramount BLOODMEAL, repels Rabbits, Mice and Moles. 49c a Ib. at Peron Rightist Assassinated BUENOS AIRES (AP) Ter- rorists assassinated a right-wing Peronist Saturday and the Marxist People's Revolutionary Army claimed responsibility. The victim was Miguel Angel Castrofini, 31, a member of 3 Peronist band called the New Argentina and National Univer- sity Concentration. He was leaving his apart- ment with his wife and fa- ther when intercepted by a man and woman who fired four shots, then fled in a car. Winning Nickel Designer Dies OWOSSO, Mich. (AP) Ger- man-born artist Felix Schlag, 82, who won in 1938 for his design of the Jefferson nickel, died Saturday. Schlag, who found himself in lard times after arriving in the J.S. in 1929, was one of 390 en- rants in a treasury department contest for the design. 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