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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                IT 74 SHOW AIR HOW Wf MHifc f OtOC AM Tuesday night, rain h expected over the Pacific northwest, southern Florida and southern Texas. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere, The Weather Denver ....6029 New York Dululh ___5128 Phoenix .8952 Honolulu .6571 .16 Seattle ..5847 Houston .58 50 .67 Wash'lon 71 Extended Forecast Chance of rain Thursday, Friday night and Saturday. Partly cloudy Friday. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s. Lows mostly upper 30s to mid 40s. C. R. Weather High Monday 56 Low overnight 42 Noon Tuesday 59 2 p.m........................58 Precipitation .....'.........None Total fc-r April .............3.71 Normal for April ..........2.79 Normal through April 7.81 Total for 1S74 9.16 Barometer, rising ........30.20 Humidity at noon ........33% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. NE 'at 'C mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 48; low, 37; rainfall, none. Degree Days Monday...................19 Total to "dale Through April 15, 1973 Percent of normal year 96.98Percenl Total normal year Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .......PtCldy 60-30 Chicago ............Fair 66-49 Cincinnati ........Fair 58-38 Cleveland -Fair 50-34 Des Moinns .......Fair 73-47 Detroit ..........PtCldy 60-42 Indianapolis .....PtCHy 62-40 Kansas City........Fair 75-57 Milwaukee ........Fair 59-34 Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 63-36 Okla. City- .Pt Cldy 77-49 Omaha .........PtCldy 78-53 Stout, 91. 11 a.m. Wednesday at Sheets and Son. Monticello Wilke Behrends, 88. Wednesday at at St. Matthew's Lutheran church. Friends may call at Gerald McCormick, Center Goettsch's after 7 Tuesday. Point. Marriages Dissolved Gary Allen and Deborah J. 'aber. Jerome W. and Dorothy Sandra E. and Eob- rt C. Ramsdell. Fires p.m. Monday. Food on IW. a.m. Tuesday. Malfunc- ion of alarm at Third street nd Sixteenth avenue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Fred Jones, Hia- vatha; Edward Klekar, 1915 'wenty-scventh street, Marion; ach fined and costs. Dianne Downing, 153 East- drive NW; Steve Teufel, volves several levels Hiawatha; David LeClere, Cog- include the city, the county, each fined and costs David Furry, 1818 Thirty- econd street NE; Dan Calflin, house, special interest groups 718 Danbury street NE; Sherril and "a few people closely affi- swfoet liated with Political parties." Does that mean the grand jury is being used? "I guess you could put it iiiat way." It was at this point 3E; Sharon Cgleman; Hia- vatha; Lynne Parr, 1500 E ave- ine NW; Gerald Waddington 031 Tenth avenue SE; Jan Collins, 1625 Park Terrace rive NE; Rick Mease, 313 Eighteenth avenue SW; Allen he referred to rumors about Lrong, 4508 Hushmore drive ME; each fined and costs. Alfred Bradley, Toddville; Wil- drive SE; Geraldine Barkdoll, Elberon; Michael O'Rear, 1407 Thirty-second street NE; Ste- jje St. Louis Fair 73-53 Sioux Falls........Fair 67-40 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 8.5, rise .3 Lansing (18) 9.8, no change Dam 9 (18) 19.3, no change McGregor (18) 11.9, no change Guttcnhcrg (15) 10.9, no change Dubuque (17) 13.2, fall .1 Davenport (15) 11.6, rise .2 Keokuk (16) 11.3, rise .2 Cedar at C. It. (13) 6.20, fall .02 Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday ...671.82 Births Mercy April the families of Jim Rnljcrsr, 2421 C avenue NE. a daughter; Vcrnon Jlertson 929 Fourth street SW, a son; Frank Sedlacck, Fairfax, daughter. April 16 and Mrs Larry Scofield, 1211 Thirty- fifth street NE, a son. Births St. Luke's April 15 the families of Bonnie L. Brill, 72 Twenty- ninth street NW, Kichard Brennan, daughter Tipton, so n; Marvin Mails, South Amana, a son. Out of Town Births At Mr. and Mrs. James Pace, a daughter born April 4. Mrs. Pace is the daughter of Mary Stewart, 1134 Thirty-fourth street NE. Pace is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L Pace, 240 Twenty-sixth street NW. At Omaha Mr. and Mrs James Tosoni, a daughter Apri 16. Mrs .Tosoni is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larkin 1924 Second avenue SE. At St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bnnvn, a son born April 16. Brown is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown 4420 Bowling 'street SE. Marriage Licenses Kathryn Boalbcy and Rober Armstrong, both of Ceda: Rapids. Bonnie Eash, South Eiv glish, and Donald Pospisil Cedar Rapids. Lynn Kluber Cedar Rapids, and Paul Meal how, Shcllsburg. Reta Forbes Atalissa, and Don Callahan Cedar Rapids. BonltB MeClisrc Cedar Rapids, and Dudlc. Haincs, Madison, Wis. Joan Noel, Cedar Rapids, and Larr.v M i 1 b a c h Hiawatha. Nckl Booth, Cedar Rapids, an (Continued from Page 1.) but out of love at 222 Tenth street NW. p.m. Monday. Food on criminal intent over-zealousness. He was asked who was making a political football out tovo" aHi Fifteenth a'venue f "Hems in the police de- partment. Steinbeck said he could list about 20 names, but that he doesn't want to say anything while [he grand jury remains ju session. "Several Levels" However, he said, it in- which ,u u 'he bar MIP tne jndictments against himself th h L nd abOUt iam Fossen, 349 Park Terrace taking the lid off. "Way I Feel" concluded that "I'll Steinbeck touched on several other matters. Hills, 4622 Hidgeside drive chastised for NE; each fined and costs. Probably ,De cnastiseu toi Faulty equipment William these comments but that's the :eeman, 142 Thirty-first street way I feel. The sooner the NW; Roger Carman, Ely; Mi- jury can pack jts tent chael Bear, 142 Twentieth ave- JHP snnnpr T can nue SW; Todd Hansen, 175 and go home the sooner lean Mayden avenue SW; 'Stanley go ahead with police work in Cady, Toddville; each fined this city." During a question period A a 1 -n i til son to drive Barbara Mease, following his Rotary talk 1319 B avenue NW; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Donald Peiffer, route three, He said the use of fad Dcdar Rapids; Richard Young, drugs" is down in Cedar 225 Johnson avenue NW; each Rapids, but that hard drugs such as heroin are not on the decrease because they are boulevard NW; Rex Barber, "big business." "No Longer Cool" He said he believes educa- Hu'tchi- 'ion ill the schools has gone a son, Iowa City; Michael Janski, long way to make use of drugs rlarmony, Minn.; Dale Jones, no longer a "cool thing." Steinbeck closed the meet- Frankfin "avenue Lylc ing by attempting to put to 2442 Deborah drive SW; rest rumors that the police department has solved several murders but is unable to get evidence to.take the cases to court. Reports 3531 First avenue SW; Carl Solick, 404 Seventh avenue SW; Dennis Bahlken, Monticello; Jeanettc Jensen, 1120 Thirty- of this kind, he land street SW; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation ary O'Heary, 1407 Thirty- second street NE; fined and costs. Dianne Downing, 153 Eastview drive NW; Todd Han- sen, 175 Mayden avenue SW; "rumor and misquotes." each fined and costs. Right-of-way violation len Page, 414 Thirty-fifth street SE; Edward Shuttle- said, are based strictly on James 20, Faces Assault Count IOWA. CITY James Hall 20, accused of the March 13 1973, murder of U.I. coed Sarali street NE; fined and costs. Ottens in a U.I. dormitory am 'rec on bond on that charge each fined violation Zahorik, Lisbon; fined ?50 and costs. 1 line Center lalion Dean Kisling, 411 Tenth avenue SW; fined Monday was charged with as sault with intent to inflict grea and costs. Resisting an officer van Young, street SW; fined and costs. Striking; unattended vehicle -Dono- 428 Fourth bodily injury. The charge was filed agains Oil UlldltUllUUU TTIIt TUT 1 A T 1 Frank Gclski, 1005 Alpine Hall by Mark A. Jagnow, Coral drive, Marion; Bernard Kofron, ville, a Student at the University 2326 Teresa drive SW; each Of Tmvai jn connection with a fined and costs. Reckless driving Todd April 9 incident. Hansen, 175 Mayden avenue Appearing Tuesday in magis SW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths trate's court before Vernon Ro binson, Hall requested a prelim North English Rev inary nearing- Lester E. Myers, 78, Warsaw! However, due to the timing 0 Ind. Services Wednesday at Hall's .trial on a murder charge Warsaw. Further ser- the preliminary hearing wa _....... church, postponed until a further orde caifaTBcst's after of the court, records show. 9 a.m. Thursday. Hall was released to the cus Poslvillc Earl Barkhuist, tody of nis attorney on the as 59. Services Wednesday at Community Presbyterian saun cndrfat. church. Burial: 11 a.m. Thurs- day at Memorial Park, Daven- port. Tlplnn Hertha (Hattie) is the. littnlcxl ivftrtl lo il viilh flnivnrs PIERSON'S 1800 ELLIS RLVD. NW FLOWKRIMIONEMIMSM Ira S. Glenn Tremaine Ira Samuel Weed, 59, of Kuba Tremaine, C5, a Waveland drive NW, died Cedar Rapids resident day following a long wife of Glenn W. Tremaine, torn July 29, 1914, in at Ojai, Calif., Sunday fol- 'laine, he had lived in a long illness. Rapids 40 in addition to her Mr. Weed had been a pilot is a brother, Stanley iartin-Roasa Tractor Kuba, Cedar Rapids. Equipment Co. and was a will be Wednesday nstructor during World war Claussen's, Ojai, with burial He was married to Nadine Simmer Nov. 2, 1951, in Atkins. Ivv Lawn cemetery, Ventura, Calif! was a member of Baptist church, Mizpah lodge, AF and AM, the Consistory and Man's Surviving besides his wife are three sons, Gary E., Ready and Ira Gregory and Brian R., at home; and a sister, Jurors Creese, Cedar Services: Thursday at ).m. in Turner chapel west arguments in the ex-ortion trial of Jackie Barnett le Rev. Carroll A. heard Tuesday, with the and Mizpah lodge. Burial: Cedar Memorial. All maintaining all the elements needed for conviction Masons are asked to meet presented during testimonj 'urner chapel west at p.m. 'hursday to attend the ilie defense claiming prose-ution evidence was circumstan- There will be military rites 46, of Cedar Rapids le cemetery by Hanford on trial in district court for can Legion Dec. 28 attempted extortion Friends may call at from Cedar Rapids west between 11 a.m. man Robert Arm- day and 1 p.m. Thursday. casket will not be opened prosecution reviewed tes- tie service. Friends may, and argued that Barneti they wish, make a two other men knew Fully to the Cancer Society or. they were attempting to Crippled Children's when they went to abandoned house lo pick ui Mrs. Robert money. Police arrested the at the scene. Georgiana M. Baird, 68, of 4420 Lee street NE, died Monday Meaning" owing a long illness. Born state maintained that a Ely May 28, 1905, she was mute such as Barnett .car ried to Robert G. Baird Feb. a crime. Intent is basec .938, in Oxford Junction. the fact that defendant knew 3aird was a Cedar Rapids meaning of the threat con dent most of her in a letter sent to thf She was associated with residence, the state Mbntieur studios for years and was a member of attorney. James Ben Junior American Czech claimed ithe state failed t 388 of the Czechoslovak fingerprints of the SUE of on any of the items intro Surviving in addition to her husband is a daughter, Mrs Charicy Pierce, -'Cedar Rapids two grandchildren; a sister Frances Novotny, as physical evidence. Th rBI has the largest laborator in the world, bottomless re sources and bottomless experts yet none testified, Bennett saio Rapids; four brothers, Lightly" Quido and Edwin Novotny, all o Cedar Rapids, and Elwin defense attorney claime he case was treated so lightl tiny, Bowling Green, police and FBI agents tha Services: a.m. attempt to examine evidenc day in Janeba-Kuba fingerprints was made unt home west by the Rev. days after the arrest. Carlson of the, First examining testimon church. Burial: Czech the FBI agents involved i Friends may call .at the arrest Bennett claimed pc Kuba funeral home west after and FBI agents did not ge p.m. Tuesday. stones straight and faile Mrs. Irvin L. cblaUilMl d JIlUUVc. The defense .attorney mair Alma I. Sword, 88, of 1914 B avenue NE, widow of Irvin that Mr. and Mrs. Arn strong considered the extortio note a joke. Sword, died Tuesday following short B Formerly of Western, she had been a Cedar from Page 1.) resident 41. years. She was born Oct. 5, 1885, at Minneapolis Kan., and was married to of these materials ther would be no delay in bringin Sword May 28, 1913, at Stan case to trial." In a letter written to St. Cla Mrs. Sword was a member o Shueyville United Methodis church; was a life member o both the Cedar Rapids Woman's club and the Iowa Poetry Day Assn.; and a member of th Midwest Federation of Thursday, and reveale Tuesday with his motion, J worski warned the White HOUE he would seek a subpoena Tue day if he was not given som assurance that the rnateria would be turned ral Poets and 'the Cedar asked that the subpoena b Project Writers. Surviving are two sens, John Cedar Rapids, and Paul, San Antonio, Texas; two daughters Mrs. Ray and before the trial to pre vent any postponement and enable his staff to prepare trai scripts for the court's use. Jawbrski said that if the su rlarold Mahuran, both of is to be thrashed out i Sapids; a sister, Emma "it would be best for a votny, Msrion; five that such litigatio children; and one initiated promptly in order the possibility of postpo Services: Chapel of the trial." at 1 p.m. Thursday by the Rev Wayne A. Shireman of Files Church of the Brethren. Burial Cedar Memorial. Friends Re-electior call at Cedar Memorial funera fiome after noon Wednesday and at the chapel after 9 a.m. S. D. ator George McGovern, prorni ing to help "return the goveri day. The family suggests the people once again, Tuesday announced his candle friends may, if they wish, do nate to the American Cancer for re-election. The South Dakota Democra ciely. The casket will be lost overwhelmingly t at p.m. Nixon in 1972, n to his hometown to giv Memorial official notice of his bi Rainbolt, Louise "B. a third term. ner chapel west at 51, has no Dem Wednesday by the Rev. Pau Pfalzgraff. Burial: 'Cedar Me morial. Friends may call opposition so far, a though candidates have unl 1 Turner's until 1 p.m. 19 to file. day. The casket will not opened 'after the YEARS AGO Radio Mo ON THIS DATE in 1947 more than 500 persons died in fires and explosions at Texas City Texas, after a French freighte loaded with nitrate blew told the Russian people th American farmers were goir bankrupt at the rate of year all because too man tractors were being used. Delay Pleas In Servey Murder Case George Junior Nowlin and At-i The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., April 16, 1974 Soy Nixon Will Name SawhHI To Head FEO Pres-j whether Sawhil! should get the r a i g n e d separately Tuesday lident Nixon p'ans to name in view of flis outspoken na- as the next federal en-Uure. the Lmn county grand jury ChiCf SUCCeCa Wi" AUhough Simon be main- sourcessav. a -m cn, Sawhill, 37, who has been dep- crgy policy at the treasury, he win not be named an assistant office since it was lo (he President, as was his men were mdictea by uty administrator of the Federal April 9 for robbery with aggra- formed iast December, will take j predecessor George Shultz vation and the murder of Mi- chael Seryey on March 10. Conner, 29, of near Bertram, i Tuesday waived his right to a speedy trial, and his court-ap- pointed attorneys requested a delay before a plea is entered. over after Simon is named see-j retary of the treasury, probablyj later this week. j Simon, however, is expected! Bid Opening Simon, however, is expected! to still keep his hand in energy fSjpy-f MOnlH policy, with Sawhill running IVIVII policy, day-to-day operations. Judge Hyland set April 30. all SawhiU's "selection- is some p.m. for the plea. jwhat of a surprise, ospatiallyj A bjd anticipated Nowlin's court-appointed at- because he contradicted Nixon for news conference earlier this torneys asked that the speedy trial waiver not be applied and will return to court April 23 at p.m. for Nowlin, 31, of rural Keystone, to enter a plea. Conner remains in Linn county jail under bonds of and Judge Hy- land reduced Nowlin's bonds to correspond with Conner's. Bond for him had previously been set at and He, loo.j Nevertheless, there was on the extent of the energy Mon of to the west of the new Twelfth avenue bridge. year. But sources said Sawhill's Plans> specifications and form strong support on Capitol Hill contract will be placed on file and the need to maintain conti- for Publ'c inspection at the city riuity in the energy job out- council meeting Wednesday, weighed opposition in the White and bids will probably be sched- Housc to the deputy administra- "led for May 8. tor. is in Linn county jail. I tense White House debate over 43 Persons Become Citizens urf over two-score States citizens There are more United oday following naturalization :eremonies Tuesday morning in Cedar Rapids federal court. Those naturalized and their native countries are: Oscar Adolf Merz, 1616 Park 'owne place NE, .aura M. Carrillo, (formerly Yang Yee-Chuan) 1122 Twen- .ieth avenue SW, Mrs. Kathleen Grace Locksley, 4364 Eaglemere court SE, (Eng- Mia Jackie Will, 3071 Sixth street SW, (South Anne Shabani (formerly Mrs. Kyrana 1539 Sixth av- enue SE, Javier Gar- cia-Bustamante, 2018 Washing- ton avenue SE, Harry Lind, Waterloo Mary Frances Mulgrew, Dubuque, Maximo. Crisologo. Damaso, Dubuque Celes- tina Mateo Damaso, Dubuque Sandra.. Valerie Peres, Waterloo Ed- ward William Peres, Waterloo Emily Lucille Peres, Waterloo Mrs. Hiroko Attleson, New Hampton Man DOB Huie, 416 Sixth street SE Dr. Eva Maria Abbo, 245 23rd street drive SE, Connie Kim Tracy (formerly Mrs. Ok Pun Tracy, 850 27th street, Marion Connie Jane Dreier (formerly Connie Jaunita Momma (South Douglas Eugene Dreicr, Mon- ona (South Mrs. Myriam Socorro Brandt, Garnavillo Sa- brina Concillado Schuster (For- merly Mrs. Sabina Concillado Dubuque (Philip- Marilyn Jane Klavins (formerly Marilyn Jane Dor- 2228 Glenwood drive NW, (England) Kalil Braham Ajram, 1079 Juniper drive SW, Mrs. Yun Hui Martelle Goldsmith, Ronnie County Paving Bids Are Higher Than Estimate Bids for paving 1.5 miles of Draport road received by the Linn county supervisors Tuesday morning were 30 percent higher than estimates. Low bid was from Quad City Construction Co. of Rock Island. The county engi- neer's office- had estimated for the paving project. The estimated square yard cost was while the low bid was Other bids received for the project were from Flynn Construction Co. of Du- buque and from Ce- dar Valley Corp. of Waterloo. The section to be paved is from 'the Draport road-inter- state 380 interchange east 1.5 miles. Jerry Nelson, assistant county engineer, said he did not know why the bids were above es- timates. The interchange area required "some complexity, but I didn't feel it was all that great." Supervisors directed him to study the bids. Nelson said he would return Tuesday afternoon with a recommendation on them. Two bids received for the grading portion of the work were lower than the county's es- timate. Barker Inc. of Iowa City was low bidder with Riley Construction Co. of Ossian submitted a bid of The county had estimated grading at For 67 years flowers for all occasions! John E. Lapes Q 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Convenient downtown location tell someone you care With flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day Kang-ai Lee (formerly Rang Ai Cedar Falls Ken Kang-shin Lee (formerly Rang Shin Lee, Cedar Falls Tomiko' Kim Stimson (former- y Mrs. Tomiko Stimson, In- dependence Jack Chuk-Fung Wong (formerly Ihuk-Fung 3340 Sever avenue SE, Yang Aim, Vintoii Mrs. Ursula Maria Harms, Dike C h a r o e n Save- tamal, Belle Plaine Mrs. Catherine Rose 248 21st avenue SW Anton Krklec, 513 .Seventh avenue SE Mrs. Pok Sun Merck, 1632 Keith drive NE, Gre- gory Spanos, 3620 12th avenue SW, Cedar Rapids Ann Daly Krueger (formerly Mrs. Ann Radcliffe Jan Jacobus Zon- neveld, 516 23rd street SE, Mrs. Ida Zon- neveld, 516 23rd street SE, Sheela Ray Schwarz (former- ly Byun Decorah Nan Arita Schwarz (formerly Chay De- corah Mrs. Georgia Anastasiou, 1641 34th street SE, Michal Szegda, Grundy Center Geno- fefa Szegda, Grundy Center The estimated cost of the project is The approaches will swing southwesterly to meet C street SW between Fourteenth and Fif- teenth avenues. The westbound lanes will join Fifteenth avenue at Hamilton street and continue to J street. The eastbound lanes will link up with Sixteenth ave- nue between First street and Hamilton street. The approaches west from C street were originally planned as a separate contract, hut to offset inflation the council de- cided in_March to do.the whole job at once. Because not enough money was budgeted for the entire project, in federal reve- nue snaring funds originally earmarked for the Kenwood storm sewer project will be di- verted to the bridge approaches. The funds will be replaced from the next revenue sharing allotment before they are need-- ed for the Kenwood project. College Salary Session Slated Representatives of teachers and the College Community school board will meet Wednes- day for discussion on 1974-75 faculty salaries. The meeting is set for p.m. in Supt. James G. Bayne's office. College Community teachers are asking a 9.3 percent in- crease in the base teacher's sal- ary, from to The salary package was rejected by the College Community school board March 19, and the nego- tiating committee has been meeting weekly since then. (Continued from Page 1.) past 20 approximately 3 percent." Peterson, in contrast, .urges cutting the energy-growth, rate to no more than 1.8 percent. "I'm going to try to sell as many people as I can on this Peterson said.' he would meet soon wjth Simon. Train said he was studying Peterson's energy conservation plan. "I'm concerned that this (en- ergy conservation) really has not been getting enough priori- Train said. "This really should be the No. 1 priority. "But all the specific, concrete programs tend to be focused on the supply end the breeder reactor, coal conversion that's where the action is. ''The energy conservation programs tend to be a lot of rhetoric. "The Federal Energy Office is supposed to be in charge of energy conservation but I got any sense of. great thrust over there on energy con- Train added. John Sawhill, deputy director of the Federal Energy Office, admitted to a newsman that the FEO was "just starting our massive, work, on Project In- the planning to achieve national energy self-suf- ficiency by 1980 which will in- clude energy conservation pro- grams. Sawhill said Simon's "goal" of a 3 percent annual growth rate for energy was "open to discussion" and that Peterson's plan would be considered. "I hope it can be Sawhill said. Senate Asks Hixcn To Visit Iowa Farmers DES MOINES Members of the Iowa senate committees on agriculture and energy voted Tuesday afternoon to invite President Nixon to come to the state to talk with Iowa farmers regarding the problems they face connected with the fertiliz- er shortage and skyrocketing prices of fuel. Pcet Brodsky Gancels Cornell Appearance MT. VERNON Exiled Rus- sian poet 'Joseph Brodsky has canceled his scheduled appear- ances Wednesday night and Thursday at the Cornell college fine arts symposium. In the time allotted for Brodsky, Tom Meschery, of the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop will lecture on Brodsky. Other regional writers and poets also will participate. John B. Son Rineral Directors since 1888 Only one service...our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. 'Rimer's East 800 Second Ave.SE Turner's West 1221 First Ave.West'   

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