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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obituaries Mrs. Fred Philipp ,at >ne home of her daughter, Emily Philipp, 53, of 3019lM''S- Verio Francik, 3511 Oak- Schaeffer drive SW, wife of road NE. Fred Philipp, died Monday after Born Oct. 30, 1393, all Lockridge. she came to Cedar 1933. He was dean of Baker uni- versity in Baldwin, Kan., for i nine years and later was profes- sor of political science at South- east Missouri State university until his retirement in 1961. Hej The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tiies., April 9, 1974 was a veteran of World war ll Auxiliary Services Restored To Permissive Status (Continued from Page 1.) "You'll never know what it's Snow will continue Tuesday night through the north Atlantic states. Rain will fall from the Pacific coast into the plateau states and the northern Rockies. The rest of the country will be mostly -fair. The Weather oitati Anchorage 42 31 L. Annelcs 77 55 Atlanta ...72 41 .04 Miami ..7748 Bismarck ..5722.. Min'apolis 4230 Chicago ..3632.. N.Orleans 6354 Denver ____ fi939.. New York 50391.06 Duluth ____ 342! Phoenix ..9361 Honolulu 8474.. Seattle ..6047 Houston ....7252 wash'glon 57451.36 Extended Forecast Cooler Thursday through Saturday, with a chance of rain Thursday and Friday. Highs, 60s Thurs- day to upper 40s and 50s by Sat- urday. Lows in the 40s Thurs- day, cooling to upper 20s and mid 30s by Saturday. C. R. Weather High Monday 49 Low overnight Noon Tuesday 2 p.m 35 48 52 Precipitation None Total for April 1.63 Normal for April 2.79 Normal through April 7.81 Total for 1974 7.08 Barometer, falling 30.08 Humidity at noon 52% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m.. SSW at 10 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 31 low, 24; rainfall, 1.43. Degree Days Monday 31 Total to date G.328 Through April 8, 1973 Total normal year Percent of normal year ..95.32 Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck Cloudy 65-35 Chicago .....PtCldy 63-48 Cincinnati -PtCldy 58-40 Cleveland PtCldy 46-34 Des Moines PtCldy 72-46 Detroit Fair 52-34 Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Fair CO-40 PtCldy 76-5S PtCldy 52-38 Mpls.-St. Paul ..PICIdy 56-36 ......Fair 81-52 ...PtCldy 73-48 Okla. City Omaha Sioux Falls PtCldy 63-37 Mississippi Stages {Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 8.6, rise .5 Lansing (18) 9.4, no change Dam 9 (18) 18.7, rise .1 McGregor (18) 11.2, rise .2 Guttenberg (15) 10.1, rise .2 Dubuquc (17) 12.3, rise .2 Davenport (15) rise .1 Kcokuk (16) 9.4, fall .2 .45 Cedar at C.K. (13) 7.C5, rise Coralvilie Lake Pool level Tuesday 671.41 Births Mercy April 8 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hickcy, 1533 Ellis bou- levard NW, a son. April 9 To the families of Roger Joyncr, 2029 Eastern boulevard SE, a son; Jumcs Prull, 1320 Hinkley avenue NW, a son. Births Luke's April 8 To the families of Larry Ilohmann, 2461 Illinois street SW, a daughter; David Otl, 256 Windsor drive NE, a son; James W. Wchr, 1539 E avenue NE. a son; Hex Ncu. hart, 2900 First street, Marion, a son; Mitchell Iloule, 2210 Eighteenth street SW, a daugh- ter. Out of Town Births At Santa Ana, Calif. and Mrs. Michael Pocschl, a son born April 6. Paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Morbcrt Pocschl, second street SE. 1000 Forty- Marriage Licenses Randie Willis Macal, Wanda and Ronald Miller and Thomas Jones, Karnesc McMa- hon and Charles Novak, all of Cedar Rapids. Grace Smith, H i a w a 1 h a and Thurman Harris, Cedar Rapids. Rebecca Seaton and Douglas Arnold, both of Ely. Susan Fields, Cedar Rapids, and Steven Weaver, Birmingham. Julie Heldt, Cedar Rapids, and Mi- chael Schreckcngast, San An- tonio, Texas. Jacqueline Wien- ekc and Steven Gaddoris, both of Hiawatha. Annulments Vera Mae and Vernon Leland Pederson. Marriages Dissolved Gerald and Carolyn J. P.o- senberger. Donald Lee anc Cynthia Jo Wilson. Fires p.m. Monday. Unknown to car interior at Forty-second street and Wenig road NE. p.m. Monday. Unknowi to rubbish at rear of 5716 Sixtl street SW. p.m. Monday. Unknown to leaves rear of 830 Fourtl avenue SE. p.m. Monday. Investi- gate odor at 822 Twelfth street NE. p.m. Monday. Illcga burning at 3837 Dalcwood avenue SE. p.m. Monday. Unknowi (6 rubbish at Vermont strce and Colorado drive SW. p.m. Monday. Car fire in 200 block of Second avenue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding David Miell 2235 Twenty-sixth street Marion: fined S45 and costs Terry Bramer, 1740 Fifth ave- nue SE; David Miejl, 2235 Twenty-sixth street, Marion each fined and costs Kathryn Poldberg, 412 Seventh avenue SW; Charles Scrra Oelwein; each fined anc costs. Faye Stevens, 1227 Fifth avenue SE; Mark Timmons Manchester; Tudor Wilder route three, Cedar Rapids Kenneth Kowalski, Solon. Marion Simpson, 1717 Four- teenth avenue SW; LuWayne Zundel, 1125 A avenue, Marion Carmen Poslel, 1314 Center Point road NE; Nancy Arm- strong, 152 Belvedere drive NW; Bruce David, 2277 C street SW; each fined and costs. Eddie Shedenhelm, 1902 Cen- tral drive SW; Gary Halverson 562 Forest drive SE; each fined S25 and costs. James Glandon 328 Twenty-second avenue SW; Dennis Miller, 6573 Mt. Vernon road SE; Donna Dwyer. 78 Thirty-third avenue SW; Douglas Miehe, West Liberty: Harold Gage, Monticello; Gerald Bell, 625 Fifth avenue SE; Alan Capacciloi, Mt. Ver- non; Tessie Williams, 1074 Ed- gewood road NW; William Clymer, 2704 Franklin avenue NE; David Lauer, 1323 Ellis boulevard NW; Jacqueline Minor. 2462 Fruitland boule- vard SW; Julien Soecht. 6020 Langdon avenue SW; Kathy Nelson, 126 Tenth street NW: James Shaft, 3711 Elmwood drive NE; Charles Skaugstad, Iowa City; John Enabnit, Ryan; each fined and costs. Permitting unauthorized per- son lo drive Lorctta Forbes, 606 A avenue NW; fined S30 and costs. Improper passing Terry Gaines, Viola; fined and costs. Tudor Wilder, route three, Cedar Rapids; fined and costs. Improper turn Geral Goodlove, Palo; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Randy Marchant, 5201 Spencer drive'SW; fined and costs. Robert Primrose, 3849 Clark road SE; fined and costs. False report Marion Skin- ner, 835 Shaver road NE; fined S15 and costs. Faulty equipment Kelly Ycislcy, 790 Twenty-second street, Marion; Edward Mor- rison, 3025 Bcver avenue SE: Robert Stalk, 2155 Chandler street SW; each fined and costs. Crossing fire hose Martin McEowen, 1852 A avenue NE; fined and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Dennis Clinton, 2382 Blake- y boulevard SE; fined and costs. Ward Hauskins, 1315 Fourth street NW; fined ind costs. Edward Hollands- worth, Central City; fined and costs. tell someone you care with flowers O Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day Traffic signal violation Elaine Kohl, 2931 Southland drive SW; Dennis Schirm, 680 West Eighth avenue, Marion; Leo James, 808 Blairs Ferry road NE; John Kloubec, 367 Thirtieth street SE; Joseph Shanklin, Viola; each fined and costs. Failure to report accident Ward Hauskins, 1315 Fourth street NW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths C. Bird, 89. Thursday at 2, Reynolds'. Burial: Millersbur Alburnett B o b b E. Mc- Kibbi'n, 47. Wednesday, Murdoch's, Marion. Chelsea John S. Petra, 63. Wednesday, at 2, Hrabak's. Burial: National cemetery, Vin- ing. Colesburg Julia E. Klaus, 90, formerly Thursday at of Colesburg. 2, Zion United Methodist church. Burial: Zion cemetery. Visitation after 7 p.m. Wednesday, Clifton's, Earlville. Blairstown William J. Koster, 86. Thursday at Grace Lutheran church. Burial: Oak Hill, Williamsburg. Visita- tion after Tuesday, Hal- vcrson's. Blairstown George Ohlen, 65. Pending at Halvcrson's. Manchester Agnes A'tkin- Rieger, 72. Thursday at Presbyterian church. Burial: Oakland cemetery. Visitation after 7 Tuesday, Shelly's. Atkin- son, 89. Due to Holy week ob- servance, the body will be taken to St. Mary's Catholic church Thursday for at final blessing Burial: Thursday in St. Mary's ceme- tery. Wake Tuesday at 8, and Rosary Wednesday at p.m., Shelly's. Manchester William Car- radus, Thursday at Bohnenkamp's. North Enelish Marvin (Pete) Aldrich, 64. Pending at Best's. Decorah Mrs. Anthony Kaschins, 59. Wednesday at 1, Good Shop herd Lutheran church. Olsen-Fjelstul's. Lowdcn Emma Marie Twachtmann, 88. Thursday at Trinity Lutheran church. Visitation after Wednes- day, Chapman's in Clarence. -Srnpeachment- (Continued from Page 1.) a hard time drafting the proce- dures and that they would not be ready for consideration until the second week after the Easter recess. A, major problem, he said, is devising a means of pro- tecting the confidentiality of the evidence during its presenta- tion. At Monday's committee ses- sion Doar said he was "very, very fearful of the possibility of leaks." Mansfield Concerned In a related development, Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield told the senate he was concerned about polls of congressmen on the impeach- ment issue. He said too many senators may be anticipating She question before the evidence is presented. Meanwhile, House Majority Deader Thonias O'Neill said in Boston that if the judiciary committee recommends Nixon's mpeachment, the house would vote overwhelmingly to im- peach. a long illness. Born Feb. 8, 1921, in Oxford, she had been a resi- dent of Cedar Rapids since 1930. She was a member of St. Ludmila's Catholic church, St. Mary's circle, Altar and Rosary society and St. Joseph's lodge of the Catholic Workman. Surviving in addition to herj husband, to whom she was mar- ried May 25, 1939, in Cedar Rapids, are: nine daughters, Mrs. Steve Seehawer, Milwau kee, Mrs. Terry Schneekloth, Mrs. Gerald Byrne, Mrs. Rhin- ey Hugh, Mrs. William Brecht. Mrs. John Roberts, Mrs. Rich- ard Jellen, Ann Philipp anc Christine Philipp, all of Cedar Rapids; five sons: Fred, jr., of Solon, Phil, James, David, anc Paul, all of Cedar Rapids; 21 grandchildren; her father, John Tomas, Oxford; a sister, Mrs. William Whitcomb, Denver Colo.; two brothers, Philbert and Leo Tomas, both of Oxford. Services: 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Ludmila's church by the Rev. Robert Cizek. Burial: St John's. Rosary: p.m. Wednesday in Janeba-Kuba fu- neral home west, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Wednes- day. :and a member of the VFW. ,u P 'iving is his wife, Corinnc. j public school conformity as die-j lite unless you were a black Rapids from Burlington in No-: r'v a c services: by the iegjsiature." islanding miles from your school vember. Mrs. Bogner was Burlington. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Francik are two other daugh- ters, Mrs. R. R. Rueber, Escon- But Rep. Richard Welden (R-'in 20 degrees below he iwa Falls) objected "stren-'said. 1 u. UUUIU1I VI V-UU1V11 led Presbvtcrian Burial- Lin-iuouslv lo rcPcallng a law now, State department of public in-. 'wood Friends mav call the in opposing'struction officials say of Turner east unti'l 10 a.m.i'hebill. ;the state's nearly npn- Wednesday. The casket will not! This was a reference to a sec-i public school students attend Clifford Hagerman Clifford A. Hagerman, 53, of 1060 Twelfth street NE, died Monday following a long illness. Born Dec. 27, 1920, at Spring Grove, he was married to the former Betty Gurley Aug. 18 1944, in Cedar Rapids, and had been a resident of Cedar Rapids most of his life. He was a retired employe ol Iowa Steel and Iron Works anc was a veteran of World war II and a member of the 34th Divi- sion Assn., the American Le- gion, Disabled American Veter- ans and Teamsters union local 238. Surviving in addition to his wife, Betty, are two sons, Doug- las and Darrell, both of Cedai Rapids; a grandson; seven sisters, Luella Allen, Marion, Berdenia Bernicc Pro- kop, Fern Dague, JoAnn Danly, Helen Thompson and Ornetta Shurtz, Cedar Rapids; and two brothers, Ernest and Gerald Cedar Rapids. Services: Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Ernest Larson, of Trinity United Methodist church. Burial: Oak Hill, with military services by Hanford American Legion post at graveside. Friends may call at Turner's east. Mr., Mrs. Rodney Talbott Memorial services for Rodney R. and Esther Talbott, former Cedar Rapids residents, M Cedar Rapids residents, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Thursday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Paul 0. Pfaltzgraff of Salem United Methodist church. Inurn- ment will be in the Chapel of Memories columbarium. Cre- mation was held in Ashtabula, Ohio, where they lived for many years. Mrs. Talbott was born Feb. 3, 1895, at Rockford, and died March 17. Mr. Talbott was born Oct. 7, 1895, at North English; and died Jan. They were married Dec. 24, 1917, at Cedar Rapids. Surviving are a son, William, Ashtabula, Ohio; two daughters, 3etty Labadio, Aurora, Ohio, and Cora Ann Talbott, Wiekens- burg, Ariz.; eight grand- children; Mr. Talbolt's brother, Lawrence A., Cedar Rapids; and Mrs. Talbott's sister, Mrs. Vern McLean, National City, Calif. Friends may call at the chapel after p.m. Thurs- day. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. I Clara E. Bogner i Clara E. Bogner, 80, widow ofi Louis E. Bogner, died Tuesday M i e rl'trw Lcnnlsbe open' after the service.jtion in the bill repealing a schools, attend i rlCCiLfnt, S Friends may contact Mrs. Mar- milion appropriation in a i a w.Christian Re for med schools Darrel, Cedar Rapids: 11 grand- children and two great- grandchildren. Services and burial will be in' Burlington. Turner chapel cast' was in charge of local arrange- ments. shall at the Walter Nesper resi- jdence, 2030 First avenue NE. Miller of Michael Kalabret Michael Kalabret, G6. died Tuesday in Lehigh, Fla., follow- ing a long illness. He was born Oct. 16, 1907. He s c h o 11, was a retired employe of the Wednesday Van Mater Co. in Cedar Rapids. He moved to Florida following his retirement in 1973. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth: a daughter Christa Rutschmann, Munich, Ger- many; a sister, Nina Knob- lauch, Fort Calhoun, Neb. Services: Friday at the Far- ley funeral home, Lehigh, Fla. Friends may, if they wish, con- tribute to the Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco. passed in 1973 mandating thati Lutheran schools, public schools furnish auxiliary Seventh-Day Ad vent is t services to non-public schools, j schools, 980 other religious Memorial Services j That law presently is undergo-1 schools, and 800 non-religious Baggett, Hugh Junior _ St. jng a constitutional'test before a'schools. federal district court panel of Million three judges in Des Moines. The bill puts up million Federal Judge William Stuart, fcr the next vcar to bus non- J ud church at 11 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. John I Gregory. Burial: St. John's. Hefiron. Jeanrtte I. p.m. Tuesday in Murdoch chap- el in Marion by the Rev. Jay A. a panel member, issued an. in- public students; and requires Presbyterian junction several months ago for- local public school districts (1) Ben Kouba Ben Kouba, 64, formerly of Cedar Rapids, died of cancer in Portland, Ore., April 5. He left the Cedar Rapids area in 1939. He was born July 21, 1909, in Cedar Rapids. He was graduat- ed from Washington high school and Coe college. Surviving in addition to his wife, Ruth, are a daughter, San- dra, and a son, Ben, jr., both of Oregon; his stepmother, Mrs. Frank Kouba, and stepbrother, Millard Keith, both of Cedar Rapids. Services were held Tuesday in Portland. Dr. Cecil Marshall Dr. Cecil F. Marshall, 77, of 2030 First avenue NE, died Tues- day following a long illness. Born April 23, 1896, at Newport, he was married to the former Corinne Ainsworth Dec. 31, 1924, in Cedar Rapids, and had been a resident of Cape Girardeau, Mo., before returning to Cedar Rapids two months ago. Dr. Marshall was educated in the Wapello public schools and the University of Iowa, where lie received the Ph.D. degree in (Continued from Page 1.) bill. His bank balances as of last May 31 were It is believed the President could re- mortgage the San Clemente property to meet the July pay- ment. Although some aspects of his 1969-72 tax settlement such as interest charges will in them- selves be tax deductible, those would be reflected in his 1974 return due by April 15, 1975, not in the forthcoming return. (Continued from Page 1.) jury received evidence in the case Monday. The assault on Servey, 18, Cedar Rapids, allegedly oc- c u r r c d southeast of Cedar Rapids. They also are charged in Jones county with raping and murdering Maureen Cedar Rapids, that same day. near Anamosa. j to mean the panel will void the'dcnts up to per student per 1973 auxiliary law, decided tojycar. act first by repealing it and! That million goes to the reclaiming the 4.4 million to I department of public instruc- church in Marion. Burial was j bidding payment of any part of Io transport, (2) contract for in Oak Shade. jthe million until the case or (3) reimburse i a" byjsettled- i parents or guardians for trans- the Rev." Thomas Aycock.I House members, taking this porting resident non-public stu- Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Brady-Kuba funer- al home until 9 p.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened at the church. Brown, Marguerite C. Ser- vices were held at Oak Hill cemetery at 3 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Alvon Nelson. Turner cast was in charge. Daugherly, Evelyn St. Paul's United Methodist church at p.m. Wednesday by Dr. Arnold Herbst. Graveside ser- vices: p.m. in Evergreen cemetery, Vinton. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened at the church. for busing. Restores Services Meanwhile, the bus bill re- stores the auxiliary services to lion. The other million goes to the state school budget review committee to pay for new buses, repair of buses and other spe- the permissive status it needs of public school dis- before the 1973 law was passed jtricts incurred by transports- that public schools of non-pubHc students." supply auxiliary services to non- public school students. Welden also objected lo the bill, saying it would further con- fuse an already confused public busing picture. Rep. Wilier took the floor agaiii, saying he believes firmly the state has a "social obliga- tion" to transport every child to school. Rep. David Stanley (R-Musca- a lawyer, doubted the constitutionality of the bill while saying that "all the reasonable help the state can give under, the Constitution, is good." Rep. William Hargravc (D-fo-j wa a black, repeated the! Voting against the bill: Republicans (2) Bortell, Crawford, D a g g e 11, Danker, E w i n g Freeman, Fullerton, Harvey, Holden, Riser, Knokc, McElroy, Mcnke, Millcn, Oak- ley, Roorda, Stanley, Stroth- man, Welden, West. Democrats (3) Brunow, Hern, Middleswart. Absent or not voting: Republicans (7) Bittle, Clark of Lee, Drake, Dunlap, Fischer, Fisher, Pellett. Democrats (5) Byerly, Caf- frey, Clark of Dubuque, Doyle, Harper. The remaining 28 Republicans and 37 Democrats voted for the argument offered by representatives that it is right for a school bus to pass up! Let want ads help you buy, a non-public school student. or trade. Call 398-8234. for 61 years flowers for all occasions! John E. Lapes 3083rdAve. SE 365-0511 Convenient downtown location n the hardest icont to u-rite, SHY il with PIERSON'S 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1828 IN MEMORIAM Seifert's downtown store will be closed TO P.M. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 To attend services for Mrs. Willis B. Dougherty   

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