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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                More C. R. 'Employes Ask Raises Representatives of employes in eight more city departments have asked the city council for an increase in salaries anc fringe benefits. The letter from the eight de- partments was similar to one signed by employes in the city's jublic works, department and "iled in the city clerk's office earlier this week. The departments involved in I the latest letter are engineering, sewer, traffic engineering, water, forestry, parks, recrea- tion and sanitation. The letter asking for the Obituaries S> Thursday night, rain will fall from the mid-Gulf coast, northward through fhe Missis- sippi valley and into the Lalces area as well as in portions of the northern plains and New York. The Weather Hiah temperatures Wednesday, li iperatures overnight and inches precipilaticn: Anchorage .4334.05 L. Angeles 7053 Atlanla ...6844 Miami 8273 Bismarck ..5436.05 Minneapolis 5V 49 Chicago ....5946 N.Orleans 7564 Denver .....6036 New York .4838 Duluth ....513! Phoenix 74 48 Honolulu ..8572 Seattle 514! Houston 716? Washington 5734 Extended Forecast Chance of rain ending Saturday. Mostly fair Sunday and Monday. Highs 50s lo low 60s. Lows 30s to low C. R. Weather High Wednesday Petition for Bankruptcy C h a r 1 e s Arthur Conner, Fa.vette. Debts: BO. As- sets: with claimed exempt. Cecilia Louise Dement, also known as Susan Dement and as Mrs. Wayne McDonald, former- ly doing business as Dement's Greenhouse, Bellcvue. Debts: 511.943.51. Assets: with SI. 970 claimed exempt. Magistrate's Court Schools, City, County Offices Closed Friday It will be business as usual Friday for most offices in Cedar Rapids except city and county offices and schools, which will be closed for Good Friday. Federal offices, including Speeding Michael Hoffa, Low overnight 50 Noon Thursday 52 2 p.m. Thursday 52 Precipitation 0.14 Total for April 1.77 Normal for April 2.79 Normal through April 7.81 Tolal for 1974 7.22 Barometer, falling 29.78 Humidity at noon 90% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station p.m., SE at 22 mph. at 2 route one, Marion; fined and costs. Leonard Emerson, Mt. Vernon; James Sonka, 3321 H avenue NW; Michael Gorman, 119 Twenty-sixth street drive SE; David Achen- bach, 2125 Rockford road SW; Arvid Silvers, Forty-first and Bowling street SW; Reid Davis, 3711 E avenue NW; each fined S30 and costs. Russell Hohn, route two, Marion; Thomas Wehmeyer, 196 Indiandale road SE; Ronald Bruner, 1716 O av- enue NW; Sherlyn Silvers, Hia- watha; Rich Tebbe, 1630 Hill- side drive NW; Regina McCor- mick, Hiawatha: Harold Sun rises Friday, sun Lorech, 128 Jacolyn drive NW; sets, Year Ago Today High, 44; low, 23; rainfall, none. Degree Days Wednesday Total to date Through April 10, 1973 Percent of normal year .05.77 Total normal year Traveler's Forecast Giles Wright, Mt. Vernon; fined David Hayes 3100 Woodland drive SW; James Utter, 3620 Twelfth avenue SW; each fined and costs. Plate violation Richard Stinson, Mt. Vernon: fined ?10 and costs. Faulty equipment Richard Stinson, Mt. Vernon; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Bismarck Chicago Friday Weather, Hi-Lo Rain 52-30 -Shwrs 71-43 Cincinnati ......Tshwrs 73-48 Cleveland .Tshwrs 64-42 Des Moines .....Cloudy 61-38 Detroit..........Tshwrs 64-42 Indianapolis .....Tshwrs 74-44 Kansas City .Clrng 58-42 Milwaukee .....Tshwrs 00-40 Mpls.-St. Paul .Tshwrs 52-33 Okla. City..........Fair 66-41 Omaha ..........-Rain 56-38 and costs. Larry Hinle, 1400 Hollywood boulevard NE; fined and costs. Reckless driving: Carroll Anderson, Charles City; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Donald Burke, 105 Sixth ave- nue SW; Steven Amos, Vinton: each fined and costs. Failure to use signal Allen Pesavento, 1425 Thirty-sixth street SE; fined and costs. Driving on right side Lynn the post office, will be opera- ting in a regular schedule. Banks and savings and loan companies will be open. Garbage collection will be on the regular schedule.. Reservation service for SEATS bus service will be closed. Public schools will be closed Friday and Monday. Kirkwnod Community col- lege spring vacation for stu- dents will begin Friday and classes will resume April 22. Kirkwood' offices will remain open during that period, ex- cept for Good Friday, and counseling, and admissions services will be available. All Coe college offices, ex- cept for the admissions and student service offices, will close Friday noon. The library and union will remain on reg- ular schedule. Mt. Mercy college students will begin Easter recess after Thursday classes, returning Tuesday. College administra- tion offices will be closed Good Friday. Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 8.1, rise .3 Lansing (18) 9.4, no change Dam 9 (18) 18.7, fall .1 McGregor (18) 11.2, fall .1 Guttenberg (15) 10.6. rise .4 Dubuquc (17) 12.5, rise .1 Davenport (15) 10.3, rise .3 Keokuk (16) 10.4, rise .6 Sioux Falls .......Rain 56-35 j Hudson, route three, Cedar Rapids; fined and costs. Permitting unauthorized per- son to drive Lucy Taylor, 404 Fourteenth street SE; finec S25 and costs. Striking; fixtures adjacent to street Stephen Benedict 3741 Center Point road NE fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Blairstown George n it an e II Bill >v II It Cedar, at C.R. (13) G.80, 65 Frjday al at Grace Dyersville .80 Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday ___670.50 Births Luke's April 10 To the families of Douglas McDonald, 2815 Third avenue, Marion: a son; Kent .layne, 1220 Auburn drive SW; R son; William Krejca, route 3, Marion, a son. Out of Town Births Al Vinton Mr. and Mrs. Allan Nirruncr, a son born 10. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nimmer, Hiawatha. Marriage Licenses Donna Hillcr and Larry Brown, both of Cedar Rapids. Jacqueline Wieneke and Steven Saddoris, both of Hiawatha. Marriages Dissolved Patricia Anne and Thomas! George Shahecn. Wendy Col- Qpfc leen and John Kenneth Walker, jr. Cherie L. and Gary L. Ka- plan. Donald Lee and Mar liene Jacobsen. j Fires p.m. Wednesday. Train lo grass at Sixteenth avenue and Rockford road SW. p.m. Wednesday. Need- less call at Waconia avenue and Kirkwoori boulevard SW. a.m. Thursday. Mal- function of alarm at Third street and Sixteenth avenue SE. a.m. Th ti rsd ay. Un- known to mattress at 414 Four- teenth street SE. I Lutheran church. Halverson's. Calmar 100. Monda; An y, n Angela Vollmecke, 11 a.m., St. Aloy- sius. Rosary Saturday, 8 p.m and Sunday, 3 p.m. and 8 pin French's. Arnold (Whi- tcy) Gassman, 60. Kreamer's. Elkader Marianne J. Horns, 44. Saturday at 2 at Peace United Church of Christ. Friends may call at Witt's after noon Friday. Hazleton Elizabeth Sch- midt, 89. Wood's, Fairbank. A. Pugh, 62. Friday at 2 at Witt's. Burial: Union cemetery, Littleport. J. John- son, 83. Friday at at East C 1 e r m o n t Lutheran church. Schutte's. W c st (Mike) Sullivan, 70. Saturday al 11 al Snider's. Rosary: Fri- day at 8 at Snider's. Trial for June 17 WASHINGTON Gerhard Gesell Thursday set June 17 for the federal con- spiracy trial of former presi- dential adviser John Ehrlich- man and five others in connec- tion with the Ellsberg breakin. (Continued from Page 1.) army man who survived the air port massacre. "Unless the prisoners, includ ing Japanese commando Kozo Ukamoto, are released within six hours, we shall not be re sponsible for what will happen to the said the ul- timatum telephoned to news agency offices in Beirut, the Lebanese capital. Shot or Thrown The Israeli national radio re- ported the guerillas had shot their victims or thrown them from the top floor of the apart- ment building. Dead and wound- ed women and children were found in the stairwell and on the lawn surrounding the building. A woman whose home was in- vaded by the guerillas told a Tel Aviv newspaper: "About a tall man wear- ing army clothes entered our house and started shooting with- out saying a word. I was threw myself out of a window and neighbors took me to a first aid station." The woman, who was not identified, was only slightly wounded. She said her husband and chil- dren were in the house sleeping when the man entered. She did not know their fate. There also was renewed fight- ng between Syrian and Israeli roops on the Golan heights Thursday the 31st consecu-. ,ive day of a war of attrition. The fighting there has accom- lanied diplomatic efforts by Secretary of Slate Kissinger to vin an Israeli-Syrian agreement ,o disengage their troops. Thomas J. McDonnell Thomas J. McDonnell, 57, of 1117 Crestview drive SE, a life- long resident of the Cedar Ra- pids-Marion area, died Thurs- day. Born May 26, 1916, at was married to Luel- la Rogers Eckhart Sept. 6, 1947, at Cedar Rapids. Mr. McDonnell had been a Wayland W. Wall Wayland W. Wall, 77, of 1121 Maplewood drive NE, died Thursday following a long illness. Born April 17, 1896, at Nevada, Iowa, he was married The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Thurs., April 11, 1974 After Taxi Tab, He Leaves A man who ran up an cab bill Wednesday riding from Marion to the southwest side ofjRonaJd" ziegler Thiirsday (Continued from Page 1.) defiance of the subpoena to be an impeachable offense. Ziegler Promise White House Press Secretary Cedar Rapids told the driver to to the former Ruth Lansing] wait for him, then disappeared j Aug. 25, 1926, at Bettendorf. I into a house. mised the judiciary committee would be furnished after the i Easter recess with "a full and steamfitter for '7 years and He had Dcen a resident ofi Don Olveo, a driver for Ycl- was a member ofplumbers and Cedar RaPid3 since 1922 Mr J low Cab Co.. reported to police Sell those no-longer needed space-takers quickly with a want ad. Dial 398-8234. flowers can say everything FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 Phone Answered 24 limits Every Day raises was accompanied by peti- tions asking that the departmen- tal grievance committees be au- thorized to discuss the raises with the city council. 224 Signers Those petitions were signed by about 224 of the 300 workers in the eight departments. The departmental represent- atives said in the letter that th 6.5 percent increase granle employes in civil service labo grade 19 or lower was "inade qttate." In addition, they said the fou percent raise for the highe grades "was not only inade quate but unfair." They claimed a 12 perccn pay raise is needed for em ployes because of an 8.8 percen cost of living increase anc) three percent devaluation of th dollar. Many employes have bee forced to take second jobs o are seeking new employment the lettersaid. Holiday The departmental represenl atives also asked that the da; after Thanksgiving be made a official holiday. In recent years the council has granted em ployes that holiday, but the em ployes would like it made an ol ficial holiday so they can hi sure of having the day off whei planning vacations or holidaj activities. Also requested was a changi in the longevity pay system eliminating differences based on rank. The employes said the benefi is solely for length of service i is the same regardless o rank. Interviews with C.R. Police Chief Candidates Sel Interviews are set up for nex week with seven of the nine can didates for Cedar. Rapids polici chief. Commissioner Jame Steinbeck said Thursday. One man, Robert J. Gray, 47 a captain on the St. Paul, Minn, police department, has declinec to be interviewed. Steinbeck said Gray had "giv- en it considerable thought since applying for the position and decided he wasn't interest d-" An interview date has not yel been confirmed with one other candidate, Larry L. Laschen 40, now police chief at Vernor Hills, 111. Steinbeck said the interviews .vill take place Monday through Wednesday and will involve the full council Candidates for the post, cer- tified by the Cedar Rapids civil service commission, include two ocal officers, Capt. Raymond Baker, 44, of 195 Carter street NW, and Lt. Paul E. Dickerson, 46, of 5251 Harbet avenue NW, >olh in the general services di- vision. The other candidates are Stanley P. Gushard, 41, Lincoln, teb.; Wallace N. LaPeters, 40, Miami, Fla.; John S. Megerson, 12, Etlers, Pa.; Thomas A. Mor- gan, jr., Golden Valley, Minn., jnd Thomas C. Seals, 33, Bir- mingham, Ala. Cedar Rapids has been with- iut a police chief since George Vlatias resigned last year. Asst. Chief Garelh Clift has assumed he duties. Fitters local 125 and of All Wal1 nad been a lctter carrier Saints Catholic church. He had for the office years served in the army in World before retiring in 1961. He was a war II. member of the National Assn. of Surviving are his wife; a step- Letter Carriers, branch 373, and son, Wayne Eckhart, New York lllc National Assn. of Boo Hum. City; three sisters, Mrs. Charles He had been one of the or- Burkart, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. ganizers of the Cedar Rapids Marvin Hart, Cedar Rapids, and Postal Employes Credit Union Mrs. Lowell Randall, Kerkho- and served as secretary and he picked up the man at p.m. at Tenth street and Sev- enth avenue in Marion and drove to a house in the 3200 block of Twenty-ninth avenue als that relate to the President's actions." Asked if Nixon was prepar- ing a new account of his role, Ziegler left open that possibili- ty- SW where the man told Olveo to! Asked why the President did wait. not immediately provide the materials sought for the im- peachment inquiry, Ziegler said ven, Minn., and a brother, treasurer for 20 years. George, Marion. Services: Mon- He was a veteran of World i day at 11 a.m. in All Saints war I. Mr. Wall was a graduate! church by the Rev. Edmund J. of Nevada high school and at-i Becker. Burial: Cedar Memori- tended Cedar Rapids Business! al. Friends may call at Beatty- college Eeurle chapel after noon Satur- day. The Rosary will be recited at p.m. Sunday. Afler a half hour, Olveo re- ported the incident to police. jpe The man was described as six I the White House felt it had to go feet tall, long black hair, andjforward in a responsible fashion thinlv built. (Continued from Page 1.) Surviving is his wife. Services: Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Mrs. Albert Hubner Gladys V. Hubner, 79, of 404 E i g h t ee n t h slrcet NE, King of Olivet Presby terian church. Burial: Oak Hil Friends may call at Turner' east until 2'30 p.m. Saturdav Thursday following a sudden illness. Formerly of Stratford, she had been a Cedar casket will not be ope after the service. resident 30 years. Born Nov. family suggests tha 1894, at Clinton, she was may, if they wish, con ried to Albert C. Hubner Nov. 23, 1926 at Bethany, Mo. Mrs. Hubner was a to the charity of thei choice or to the St. Labre India school, Ashland, Mont., 59003. of First Baptist church; Cedar chapter, OES; Daughters of Home- Nile, and the Social Order from Page 1.) Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Edwin J. Timm, Rock Island; a son, funds are expected t come from revenue sharing That source also is expected t Hubner, Davenport, and seven grandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memories at 3 p.m. Saturday by Dr. Wayne A. Shireman of First Baptist church. Entombment: Chapel of Memories the new home, estima ed to cost Peiffer said the bids wer close to the estimates made i 1972 even though the project includes about square fee instead of the projected um. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home after 1 p.m. Friday and at the chapel after p.m. Saturday. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate to the First Baptist church said prices have remaine stable in wood, which is one o ;he main materials in the building. That material wa chosen to maintain a mor lome-like, rather than institu tional, atmosphere. Esch room in ths new buildin fund. The casket will be closed at p.m. have controls for the elec trie heat and air-conditioning. LaGrange Infants David and Diane, twin infants born Wednesday to Mr. anc Mrs. Frederick LaGrange, 715 G avenue NW, died shortly after hllrltl There is normal capacity fo 285 beds in the home, with up tc 300 capacity on request to thf state health department. Ther also are eight single and fou Dirin. Surviving besides the parent are the grandparents, Mr. quarters for employes and quarters for the matron an steward. Mrs. William Stanton, Cascade and Mr. and Mrs. Leo most expensive windows floors and roof were chosen be Grange, Cedar of easier maintenance Private graveside better windows also are ex were conducted at 3 p.m. Thurs day at Mt. Calvary cemetery to give better insulation. Construction is expected t the Rev. Maurice Lynch of this month. Constructio Patrick's Catholic will be. 12 to 14 months, bu Turner chapel west was said El View has charge of of finishing ahead o rviemorial Cox, Alonzo C. 1 p.m. Saturday at the Chapel of School Funding ries by the Rev. Clifton Subcommittee Ellerbeck of Kenwood Jnited Methodist MOINES House anc Burial: Cedar Memorial. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral appropriation subcom mittees on education partec Gifford, Dovie A. again Thursday this a.m. Saturday at First on funding salaries anc of the Open Bible by the Rev. Neal B. Gail. Burial: Cedar q u i p m e nt replacement at morial. Arrangements by 15 area schools. Memorial funeral senate members of the Mrstik, Rudolph Crema-.ion committal at Brosh chapel, 0 a.m. Friday by the committee voted to recommend an appropriation of ?3 William Harnish. Military for 1974-75 for the vices at the chapel by with ear- American Legion post. Meyer, Edward E. for salary increases Baptist church at 6.5 percent and. the Triday by the Rev. Harry for replace- Lgner. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west until 9 p.m. Thursday and at the church from 9 to of obsolete equipment. House members of the joint ubcommittee a p pr o v e d the a.m. Friday. The casket will figure for the 6.5 percent be opened after the service. Kearney, Elisc Faith 'urner chapel east at increase as the senate, ut would okay only for >.m. Saturday by Dr. of equipment. lerbst. There will be a recommendations now go ion committal. The family that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the the separate appropriation ommillees of the senate and Wick Manor Memorial flowers JOIINE. be served by further proceed ings in the case. Reasons for the slated inten tion of dismissing the applica tion are two-fold, he said. First, the only ground in the application that has factual sub stance is that Zacek did no k n o xv i n g 1 y and plead guilty because of illega evidence-gathering activities o the police department. Already Determined The question of a knowing am voluntary guilty plea has al ready been determined by the Iowa supreme court, the judge said, and a post-conviction pro ceeding is not available to reli tigate issues previously ac judicated. Secondly, the judge said, Za cek's grounds for relief appea insufficient even assuming ther was no prior adjudication. "Defendants who enter plea: of guilty knowingly and volun tarily waive the right to asser that pre-trial activities of inves tigating officers violated the! constitutional he said citing a 1970 Iowa supremi court case. Cites Breakin In his petition, the 33-year-oli Cedar Rapids man seeks a trial because of an alleged ille gal breakin at his residence. Zacek is serving a 75-year term in the penitentiary at For Madison after being founc guilty by a judge of second degree murder. He had plet guilty to an open charge o murder in the Oct. 19, 1969 slaying of 17-year-old Washing ton high school senior, Jean Halverson. Want ads perform an impor- ant community service, read hem daily! Vlan Sentenced for Wrong Use of Phone Jerry Travis, Joliet, 111., pled guilly Wednesday in magis- trate's court to a charge of unlawful use of the telephone and was given a 30-day suspend- ed jail sentence. He was charged in connection with an Oct. 28 incident. every occasion! artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 5ince 7909 Convenient downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 A Cordial Invitation to Attend SPECIAL SERVICES Easier Sunday April 14 a.m. .lUST RETURNED FROM RKV. KEKGK NA.IARIAN, dislrid superintendent of tlir Nazaronc missionary work in the Holy Land, is now on his second lurloncli sinrc lioinfi appointed to the field in I960. In addition In Ills work as district superintendent Mr. Najarlan lias preached rcmilarly al (ho Jerusalem Old City Church and the hcalilifnl International Nazarcnc Center in Jerusalem. When he first went In liir field, ho served as teacher al the Bible school in Beirut, Lebanon. His missionary services will capture your inlercsl with duel's miraculous undertaking's and answers to prayers in this one of the most slralcKic and challcnginc areas in lllc world; illustrated .sonic personal experiences on tile field. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 3113 First.Avenue, S.W. Cedar Rapids Iowa REV. HARDY J. POWERS, Paslor Various Items Are Taken from Autos Two cars parked in a lot a Sixth street and Twenty-nintl avenue SW were reported bro ken into Wednesday and variou. items taken. Bob E. Bauer, 700 Thirty-firs street, Marion, reported a ta chometer valued at and five tapes valued at were taken from his car. Mark McCluskey, 335 Thir- teenth avenue SW, reported two speakers valued at a set of headphones valued at and five tapes valued at were taken from his car. and restated the President's I often expressed concern about doing nothing that would wea- jken the office he holds. However, he kept repeating the thought St. Clair expressed in his letter to the panel on Tuesday that materials sought are being reviewed. Another top White House of- icial, Alexander Haig, assert- ed: "We're going to turn over to the judiciary committee, on their return from Easter recess a full picture of President's actions in the Watergate situa- tion, and I for one am convinced that that will be more than enough to bring the (impeach- ment) hearing to a rapid con- clusion." Haig spoke before the Repub- lican women's forum on Capitol Hill. Times Says Jury Probe of Nixon Taxes Requested WASHINGTON (AP) A spokesman for the Internal Rev- enue Service has declined to comment on a report that the IRS had requested a grand jury investigation of possible crimi- nal conspiracy in the prepara- tion of President Nixon's tax re- turns. The New York Times, citing "well-placed reported Thursday that IRS Commis- sioner Donald Alexander had asked Watergate special prose- cutor Leon Jaworski to start the probe, to focus on Nixon's claim of a deduction for don- ating his prepresidential papers to the National Archives. Atty. Gen. Saxbe said Thurs- day he was unaware of the reported request. There was no immediate com- ment on the story from Ja- worski's office. The Times said its sources reported that Alexander had discussed the taxes question with Jaworski last week and had provided the prosecutor a list of Nixon associates and former aides to be inves- tigated in connection with the matter. Both the IRS and a joint con- gressional panel have ruled that the gift deduction was improper )ecause. of a back-dated deed that was actually signed after :he law permitting such deduc- :ions had expired. Think of want ads first. They lelp you solve your wants quickly. 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