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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 rm  HMtONM WtAtMl SMVlCt »6fctC**t W XXfe WH nj? ^^£29,71 ‘ 30,00  ■SO KO    <J  Cedar Rapids Obituaries  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., April 25, 1974 3A  Mrs. Clair W. Tibbitts  Eunice H. Tibbitts, 65, of Sarasota, Fla., a former Cedar Rapids resident, died Wednes-  Kenneth F. Benz  Mrs. John C. Gorman  Bigger Fines For Parking  Kenneth F. Benz, 67, of 2222 1  Mary Emily Gorman, 80, cf    .    .  First avenue NE, died Wednes- 1412 Third avenue SE, Widow PoiflCJ th© ^OD  day following a long illness. John C. Gorman, died Wednes-  Five Charged After Fight at Franklin School  Utt WI ATHtt TOTOCAM $  Rain can be expected Thursday night in northern Nevada, the middle and upper Rockies and most of New Mexico. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.  Stephen A.    Church, 18,    of Ely,  day following    a    short    illness.;    Formerly of Peoria,    he had (day    after    a    long illness. Born     T he  new hi£lhcr    finps     f  or     ‘  a j d „f  ol f r  ^ venil ff  WGre     f r F, est "  Born July 12,    1908, at    Omaha,    been a    Cedar Rapids resident    20    Feb.    6, 1894,    in Anamosa,    she     overtjme parking    seem    t0    bo      ad t '  n “ d '  she was married    to Clair W,    years.    Born April 3,    1906,    at    had    lived    in    Cedar Rapids    for    doing their job.    h v, h i     hrcnklm     J um   Tibbitts Sept. 6, 1930, at Cedar East Liverpool, Ohio, he was the past 43 years. Mrs. Gorman  A  .    ’    ,     g  school.  Rapids.    married to Jean Wagner Oct. was cashier'at the Allison hotel J* , rGpo on ,  l __ e ,    .     Church was  charged with as-  She was a member of Peoples 1937, at Peoria. Mr. Benz Unitarian church, and a gradu-  was  president of Cedar Rapids ate of Coe college, where she Bowl, Inc. was affiliated with Delta Delta Be was the national vice-Delta sorority.    president    of    the Bowling Propri   c  . .    ,    .    .    .    letors Assn. of America;  Surviving are her husband; a  was    r   sun. Robert Cedar  Ra P ld j“  a  Country club   r  aU  j  er ’ PnniHe 3111 ? hrnthor Surviving are his wife; three tonio; and three grandchildren,; posed to create greater turn- at Lindale Plaza.  ’    I daughters, Mrs. Herbert Services: Saturday IO a.m. over, cut down violation rates  Immaculate Conception church!  an d make more spaces avail-by the Rev. William P. Leonard.! i°r downtown shoppers.  Burial: Holy Cross cemetery,! Meyer s report said the viola-Anamosa. Friends may call at  t ion rate has dropped from 33 the Stewart funeral home Fri- ipcrcen t to 12.4 percent, and the  and Elmcrest  for manv vears before retiring i was  released Thursday sault and battery as a result of Lmlfare Hr d ». -, a  ™nth after the higher  the fight and    in conne ,  Mercedes M. Nash and Ardis M. !1 .1 *    .    ,/(?,    ~  by  tion with an unrelated incident.  Gorman, both of Cedar Rapids;: Traff.c Engineer Mel Meyer  a brother, Thomas Power, Dav- Increasing the meter viola-enport; two sisters, Loretta M.j tion fine from 25 cents to $1 Power, Washington, D C., and (unless paid within an hour at Mrs. James A. Butler, San An-1 the meter office) was sup-  The larceny charge was filed after police discovered Church was wanted for questioning in the theft Monday of a tent valued at $38 from the Sears store  Rapids;  Harold Wies Marble Palls, Schlossberg, Shepherdstown, W. Texas; a sister, Mrs. Charles  Va  .  Mrs Daryl Spi Iowa  Pedley, East Lansing, Mich.;  cjty .  and Mrs Robcrt ' Tvrdik . and three grandchildren.    Cedar Falls; a son, Stephen,  Services: Chapel of Memories Cedar Rapids; and seven grand-at I p.m. Saturday by the Rev. children.  A store employe followed several youths from the store and obtained the license number of the car they fled in. The car belonged to Church, police said.  Two 16-year-olds, a youth 15  I day from ll a.m. until 9 p.m. number of tickets written daily  and  another 17 were charged  —Daily Record—  Sp  ecial Hours Set for Voting  rihumh Hurilj'rJdartJrmTtaT ^    ^    Memories    |    Father Leonard will recite the has dropped from 600 to 440.  church. Burial. Cedar Memorial, at 10.30 a.m. Saturday by Dr. Rosarv Friday at 7:30 p.m. at   1  Friends may call at Cedar Me- John P. Woods of Westminster the funeral home.    Because    the    palettes    have  imorial funeral home after noon Presbyterian church. Entomb-    '    more time now, there’s also  Friday and at the chapel after ment: Chapel of Memories mau- Mp^i-IaI Wvirpc  a  £ reater  chance an overtime noon Saturday. The family sug- soleum. Friends may call at     v     i     parker vvi11 be  ticketed. The  gests that friends may, if they Cedar Memorial funeral home „ +     ^    o    I chance is 30 percent now,  wish, donate to the American after noon Friday and at the  The Weathei  High temperatures Wednesday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation:  Anchorage 49    3t .19 L. Angeles    67    51  Atlanta ..62    38    Miami .    79    65 .06  Bismarck 77    37    Min'apolis    64    42  Chicago 44    40    N. Orleans    80    54  Denver 78    50    New York    57    40  Duluth .. 55    37    Phoenix ,    87    65  Honolulu 84 68 Seattle .. 52 46 .37 Houston St    59    Wash'gton    55    44  stove at 1305 Second street  SW. 5:11 p.m. Wednesday. Linn Auditor Merle Kopel Unknown to grass near Ellis  Park wading pool. 5:38 p.m. Thursday issued a reminder  Wednesday. Train to grass at-) about special hours Saturday Edgewood road bridge over ,    ,    .    ,  Rock Island railroad tracks.;  a bsentee \oting for the  Rapids Community  . .    n ll , C ancer  Society. The casket will chapel after 9 a.m. Saturday.  Absentee Bel lot be closed at 12:30 p.m. Satur- Friends may, if they wish, donate to the University of Iowa pulmonary research fund. The casket will be closed at 10:151 Rudy  day.  Klinsky, Stella E. — Friday at 10:30 in St. John’s Lutheran.    ,    .    ,.     A     ,  church, Ely, by the Rev. Alvin compared to ll percent before Danielson. Burial: Rogers the fine increase.  Grove cemetery near Elv. !  „     f   Friends may call at Brosh Revenues are up from $_85 chapel. In yesterday’s obituary the names of two brothers.  with assault and battery in connection with the fight.  The victim of the beating suffered minor injuries, police said.  I Police said Wednesdays fight was an outgrowth of an earlier I fight between the victim and ; one of the juveniles.  8:07 a.m. Thursday. Ilesuscita- C e d a r tion call at Thirty-sixth street , . ,    , .    .  Extended Forecast — Chance and First avenue NE.    school    bond election.  of rain and thundershowers Sat- x x-r*—x    He also anounced  Jeanna E. Beadle  per day to $380. There are still  some prob-  ,    Magistrate    s    Court  urdav and Sunday. Highs upper  60s and low 70s. Lows 50s to!    Lagos,  2951 Sixth street SW; Benjamin  Ekwall, 3111 Bayberry drive  SW; each fined $35 and costs.  Douglas Remington. Toddville;  63 Eleanor TV. Luze, Vinton; Wil-  cjlliam Finnigan, 423 A avenue  NW; Darrell Luedeman, 3647  68  middle 60s.  C. R. Weather  High Wednesday ...  Low overnight  Noon Thursday .......  2 p.m.  Precipitation  Total for April...........  Normal for April.......  Normal through April .. ,  Total for 1974 ...........  Barometer, falling ........  Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at  Twelfth avenue SW; Romauld  availabil  ity of absentee ballots for the June 4 primary.  The school bond election will be held Tuesday. Those who will be absent from their precinct that day may cast absentee ballots.  Jeanna E. Beadle, 91, of Dallas, a former Cedar Rapids resident, died Tuesday in Dallas at the home of a niece with whom she made her home. She was born Dec. 22, 1882. at Dubuque.  A 1905 graduate of Cornell college, she was the high school principal at Clarence from 1919 to 1946. Prior to that she taught IO vears in the Mt. Vernon  a.m. Saturday.  —Hears*—  (Continued from Page I.)  William S. Hunsaker  Williatfi S. Hunsaker, 82,  155 Robins road, Hiawatha, a! resident of Linn county 50 years, died Wednesday. He was born March 7. 1892, at Quincy, 111., and was married to Edna Batterson March I, 1957, at Cedar Rapids.  Mr. Hunsaker was an engi-  . , ,    ,    .    .    i    I    neer    for the Milwaukee railroad  Special hours for such voting [schools and three years rn _ the  for 50 years He was a mcmb( , r   Blahnik, 918 Owen street NW;  Wl \\ b e  Saturday from IO a.m. to Mission school at Pueblo, Mex- ,  f . V T ‘ thnHicf P u n  ‘u     th _  None Marvin Canning. 2620 O ave- , „„     h . 1!ntc    !c0 _  she was a mcmber of  the ”. th ? Methodist church    and the  vm canning, *.0xvi ave- «  n m  Absentee hallnfs also NW; Rebecca Rasmussen, “  pm '  ADSeme< - canons also   4  ?? im ‘Sixth"street NW;" Bettyl^ay be cast during regular  921 Old Marion road NE; Jo- basement   (::lZe wgu W T!r ? U#n at 2     wnT For*^" :  Slcourthouse will be open.  p m MSW at    18    mph.    fined S20 and cost*  Hun rises Friday, 6:10; sun    Registration violation— Absentee ballots for the    June  sets, 8:00.    Duane Powell.    2333    Eight-    4 primary may be obtained by  Year Ago    Today    — High 58'  eenlh strce t  sw ‘    Hned    SIO and    pe rsons w ho will be absent from  low. 50; rainfall, trace.     Trafflc    sUnal    violation     _    precinct    that    day    Those  JoAnn Beasley.    Central city:    who wish to vote in the el"- 1 '-"  fined $25 and    costs.    Ronald    I must be 18 years old or  Friday    j Shields, 363 Fifteenth street I and must be registered no later  Weather, Iti-Lo SE: Douglas Ortburg. 2140 Me- , han May  %  Ptrirfv 7*1-49 mon a I drive SE; Steven Soh- ...    *    ,.    .    ,    „    .    ,  • • Scidv72-561 wundt, 2052 Bever avenue SE;  Voters may  o bta ‘" ballots and PtCldv 74-50 Randy Lagos, 2951 Sixth street I vote in person at the elections PtCldv 64-451  sw « Robert Stafford, 618 A av- office during hours mentioned :    Cloudy 78-55 , enue NW; Mitchel Dochtennan,'  aboV0   n* a* 41?.    nvrniio    SW 1     Clnri-  j f m *    c-4    ,    |    Elks lodge in New Orleans.  Order of Eastern Star at ^    _    ,.    ..  surviving are his wife; a stepson, Jack W. Lytton, Denair, ...    ...    .,    |     Pliei *c    are    no immediate sur- califa grandson and a great-  The elections office is in the vivors.    ;    granddaughter.  of the courthouse. 1     -     1   Novak of Marion and,,^  , T  .    „ . ,    ,    .  Walter Novak of Lisbon, were  e ^ s ’    -aid,    because OI j  incorrectly listed. Also surviv-' drivers who don't understand ing arc 13 grandchildren.    the new system or who have dif-  stracke, Alma Tweed — ficulty finding a place to park of Turner chapel west at    3 p.m.  when they    {h  :     f :     b t   Friday by the Rev.    Charles'.,     Gy    pdy ineir  J  Iine ’     DUl   Schultz. Burial: Cedar Memori- Hue problems are decreasing a1. Friends may call at Turner Steadily.  west until 2:30 p.m. Friday.)    _  The casket will not be opened after the service.  Drinovsky, Fred — Turner chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Fri-! day by Dr. Glenn W. Mc-;  KlnW cemetery! lebanese government responsi-l  c ,“ Duri " g th , e last few  months Belle Plaine, at 3 p.m.    Friday.; hie for    any armed attacks    or-j    Steven    has    shown himself    to    be  Friends may call at    Turner ganizcd    or    perpetrated in    Le-     a     sexist,    ageist    pig.    Frankly,  west until I p.m. Friday. The b anon  >*    ;    Steven is the one who sounds  Hearst's license was used to authenticate a previous SLA communication.  Speaking of Weed on the tape, Miss Hearst said:  “As for my ex-fiance, I’m amazed that he thinks that the —^ rst 1  would want to do  _    „    once freed would be to rush and  (Continued from Page I.)     see him The fact is?  j  don - t   ‘Israel will continue to hold the  care  ^ I ever see a 8 a i n -  ^ ^ DeSotcl, 1247 Sussex drive NE;!hours weekdays from 8 a m. to 5jClarence, Iowa.  7.81 each fined $30 and costs. Garyjpj^  9.45 Smith, 901 South Eleventh 1  •jn i<> street, Marion; Michael Cufr,  921 Old Marion road NE; Jo- uasemem OI me courinouse.;  Services;  11:30 a.m. Thursday Services: I pm Saturday in  *„ Kes,l r and fu ^ cra ' homc ia    chapd    in    Marion    b >'  nours only me east ooor 01 int  Dal j as  Graveside services: JJhe Rev. Charles Moore. Burial: Wiss, Fort Dodge; each courtnouse^wiiijje open.     p m  s a t urday  j n  Cedar Memo- Cedar Memorial. Friends may  rial cemetery by the Rev. Don-1 call at Murdoch chapel.  casket will not be opened after the service.  —Portugal—  (Continued from Page I.)  Traveler's Forecast  ald E. Kehrle of Clarence Methodist church. The family will be staying at the Robert Safley residence, 2610 E avenue NE.  olderK ar  R a P ids . arrangement*  by  Wednesday. He was  'Cedar Memorial.     Wes(crn  ^     1W0 _     He    was   George L. Buresh  George L. Buresh, 74. of 4524 E avenue NW, died suddenly born at  station, the studio of the Portuguese radio and television, and the studio of a private radio station. Radio Clube Portugues in the city proper.  Others in the coup apparently ’  11 vvc, . s  " ,t: u, “ u  ““ lc  seized a transmitter of Radio  has v “ ted a S alnst Israel  Clube Portugues about 30 miles  councl  • southeast of Lisbon on the other side of the Tagus river.    Meanwhile,    Syrian    and    Israeli  Shortly after the seizure the forces battled all night on  "The U. S. voled for the reso-  l ? ralnwashcd -  1  5 a " ‘ *^ llcv  J  e  lution after the defeat of  its  those weary wds he uttered  amendment. U. S. Ambassador  were  ( rom hl  t  s ^ art   u  T . hey wera  John Seal! said despite the fail- ?,  m ' x ure of ,.™ , rhetonc and  urc of his attempt to get  specjf . I Randy s simplicity.  ic mention of Qiryat Shmona.    Mocks    Mother  we believe the resolution J j n usin g  (he  ph rase  “those did condemn all violence, what-  weary words “  Miss H earst ap-ever i s origin, mcluduig the p aren tiy was making a mocking tragedy at Qiryat Shmona. allusion to a similar comment It was the third time the U. S.'by her mother. Catherine. They in the were words used by Mrs. Hearst to describe the last communi-  “AII Sectors”  Bismarck  Chicago .....  Cincinnati ... Cleveland Des Moines  Detroit.....  Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha ......  St. Louis Sioux Falls  married to Rosemary Jelinek June 5. 1935. in Cedar Rapids.  armec * g rou P s  began broadcast- Mount Hermon then locked in  mi ____i    ■»».    •    liner frnm RnHin Clnhp nrerino tank and nrtillprv duple “nn all  PtCldv 67-47 412 Seventh avenue SW; Clari-PtCldy 75-55 Gott, 1121 Thirtieth street Shwrs 80-56    Caroline    Peterson,    543  Fair 63-481 Thirty-second street SE; each Fair 71-54 H nc d $15 and costs.  PtCldy 84-64 Improper passing — Felix PtCldy 74-50' Ramirez, 215 Wiley boulevard PtCldy 76-52 NW; fined $15 and costs.  PtCldy 75-50 Manner of conveyance — Mary Luter, 1004 Seventh street SE; fined $20 and costs.  Four Persons Injured in 3  James A. Shaw  James Alvus Shaw 66 a resi-    They farmed near"    Marion' forl'"®     from Radio  CM*, urging tank and artillery duels    “on all  dent of Geneva Tower died    many years.    , troops and    national guardsmen other sectors” of the    40-mile  Wednesday following a long    He was a member    of Lodge 13  an ^    Police    to avoid bloodshed front thej Syriani command rc-  illness. Born April IO, 1908, in    ZCBJ, Karel IV and    the Frater-; and    ur g‘ n S     the  P°W\ace to re-1 ported. It was the 4oth    day of  Redding, he had farmed in the nal Order of Eagles.     ,m A lna Li° mC     r • | actlon ‘  Surviving in addition to his  A r , ^ communique promis-| The Syrian communique gave  Mississippi Staqes  (Mood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 9.3, fall 2.1 Lansing (18) 11.0, no change Dam 9 (18) 20.7, no change McGregor (18) 13.1, fall .1 Guttenberg (15) 11.8, fall .1 Dubuque (17) 14.5, no change I Sterne’s. Davenport '(15) 12.8, fall .1 Keokuk (16) 12.2, rise .2  C.R. Accidents  Four people suffered minor  Iowa City and Wellman areas for 23 years before he moved to wife are two daughters, Mrs. Coralville    J 0 * 111  Behrends, Monticello, and  lie had been a resident et ' lrs ; J   Da , riene H “ k ™'  Ccdar  Cedar Rapids since March. He ^ a P lds: f ‘ ve  grandchildren;  ■ -    --    ■ - - brother, Wesley, Ely, and  ing democratic reforms and  n0  details but reports in the free elections said the uprising Beirut press said its highest was staged for several reasons, p ea k has changed hands several among them:    times in the last IO days. Ac  ater 13 years of African cording to these accounts, ne!  Iowa Death*  separate accidents.  Decorah—Arthur N. Moon. hospitalized.  59. Saturday at 2. Glenwood A collision involving a car and Lutheran church. Friends may two pickup trucks caused head  call after Friday ------  cation from her daughter.  IMiss Hearst also questioned the validity of a letter published in her father’s newspaper. The letter, said to be from French revolutionary Regis Debray, asked for proof she was speaking voluntarily.  Addressing her father, she said: “How could it have been written in Paris and published in your newspaper on the same day, Adolf?”  Explaining the alleged reason for the bank robbery, she said the holdup “forced the cor-  r  Cedar at C.R. (13) 5.56, rise .06  Degree Days  Wednesday .  Total to date Through April 24, 1973 . Percent of normal year ..  Total normal year  Coralville Lake  Pool level Thursdav  »    mn (j rn  r 4 rnorl fn M n mi p T^^tfvn t/i uuivi ^ »»coiv j ^    )    ctiivj.    c*    i  injuries Wednesday in three ^    I    sister, Rose Kaplan, Cedar I wars, the government “has notcher side now controls the peak _  —SXU-.- None was| re °  z ^ ^;’  In     Codist  Rapids -    managed    to    define objectively but each has its own flag plant-  porate sta f e t0 help finance the   mrrhinCom! vi I Ip    I    Services: Brosh chapel at 9  and  concretely an overseas poll-led on opposite slopes.    (revolution ... As with the  *    I    a.m. Saturday by the Rev. Lee |  c y which would lead to peace.” An army spokesman in Tel | money involved in my parents*  ...„ r __________   Surviving    besides    his    wife    are    Roy Collins of St. Mark’s United Portuguese are not allowed Aviv said Syrian and Israeli ar-bad faith gesture to aide the  morning, j cutSf  bruises and an ankle  a son \  dames * ^ edar Rap J f   s;  Methodist church. Burial: Czech “to fulfill their (political) duties tillery dueled during the morn-people these funds are being ~ p „ .    . sprain to Richard E. Powell, 36,1  th ^ ee  sisters, Reva I glow, Mor-; National. Friends may call after as citizens.”    ing on Mount Hermon and the used to aide the people and to  ~     1  Over- °f  830  Twenty-fifth street NE, [“*» Neb., Ber\le Knapp and j  p m  p r j da y    There    was    a “necessity to re- southern Golan heights. There insure the survival of the peo-  : the driver of the car.    Dorothea Freel, both of Red-    -   at St . ding; and four brothers, Ver-     Morrfs R Jq   inirp RpndinfT Howard. vVpst  Morris R. Jones, 68. of Salem. pickup 11 "truck; Marioi. Ccd'ar Rapid’s; and fourl**”  dlad _T hu rsda y  following a  85. Saturday at 10:30  ton’s.  Olin—Mrs. Karl Duncan. 88 Powell was treated Saturday at 10:30, Goettsch’s. Luke’s hospital.    nice,    Redding,    Howard,    West  Mt. Vernon—-Henry M. Soh- Police said the accident oc-r k '^^^^ y ’ Lyle, lolcdo, and   8 ,K  1 S aycr  . sc c icc  curred when  6,577,Thursday at 8. Morgans. Ser-  6,6071 vices and burial in 99.09 Neb., Saturday  storing our institutions and elim-1 were no reported casualties.  Walthill' driven by Keith R. Linman, 20. 8 randckddren -of 1241 Forty-second street NE. Services: Ss  mating from our way of life jail illegalities that the abuse of power has permitted.”  It is “the duty of the armed  6.631  67043  Tama  e o na M. Poe swerved to miss a bicyclist yvho a.m. at Turner chapel west by  Born Nov. 30, 1905, at Chica-forces to defend the country, a Saturday at IO:JO  hc was married to  Thelma duty which we consider to in  Hodges Jan.  at elude civil rights of all chi  the .ommuni-hand over the  The Israeli government, which Wednesday observed 24 hours of mourning for 10,000 war dead in four wars, decided to forego a military parade to mark the anniversary of Israeli independence Thursday.  pie’s forces in their struggle with and for the people.”  She said she was alive and well. “As for being brainwashed, the idea is ridiculous to the point of being beyond belief.”  Grand Jury  Births — Mercy  * i oi 'r»fUn familia  Vi;: hation at the family home dorffer, age unknown, of 1283 Turner chapel west. April 24 To the families of  after 2 Friday . Hoover-Valen-     F   Harold Weeks, 2030 Glass road NE, a son; Franklin Kolda,  tine's. Marengo. Victor—Henry  Thirty-fifth street NE. and then Schmidt, 68 hit Powell s car.  Prairieburg, a son; daniel Saturday at 9:30, St. John’s The bicyclist was not hurt. No Davit, 411 Eighth avenue SvV, a Lutheran church. McAninch’s. charges were filed, son.    Hopkinton    -    Mrs.    Victor    La-    *    *    *  April — To the families ol uiont 59. Friday at 1:30 at Larry llart/ell. 2035 Bever av- Presbyterian church. Friends A motorcycle accident on pri-enue SE, a son; Wayne Jensen.  may ca jj  a ^ Goettsch’s after 7 vate property caused a concus-  Louis Trombino  Meanwhile, two young women The only official events to I alleged to have known persons a junta of na-  mark the anniversary  ~ which |who later joined the SLA, ap-  statement VV ()f! observed accordin S to the Jew-leral grand jury’ probing the  was credit manager for Cedar Atonal salvation ... which will    !!  bu i is iP aa . red Tharsday Wo ( e a  ^  Memorial funeral homeceme-(shortly publish a statement of  ish ]unar ca , endar  _  were the  I  bank robber ,.  tery for several years. Mr. N* y aad  J' cab f ? r f . r8e _ d “'j annual international Bible quiz I Louis Trombino, 81, of 1050 Jones was a member of the  tlons are certain the natlon   Seventeenth street NE, died | Loyal Order of Moose at Fort  1S Wlth  ^_  Wednesday after a brief illness. Madison.  1755 Eighth avenue, Marion, a Thursday son; David Schultz, 814 Tenth North English  avenue SW. a daughter.  Nov. 5, 1892, in Santa Surviving are his wife; a son, sion -md^hruise-Tto^rknnM Ninfa, Sicily, he came to the John W., Olin; a daughter, Mrs. Saturd./TtiSilHorn. SI. of ,96, Thirtieth’strceiIgnited States and Cedar Rapids ^^rooman. Phoenix, ^a  Janet Cooper and Cynthia and a song festival.    iGarvey, both of Oakland, said  Premier Golda Meir, in her statements to reporters that first television interview since ^ ey  ^ ave n ° information about she resigned two weeks ago,  the  terrorist group beyond what  Leola Kuehl Dies,  Services Pending said she does not expect to live they learn from the press. TODDVILLE — Leola B.  to see  peace between Israel  Births — St. Luke's  Powers, 75. Saturday at 1:301    £*’ V1     -    I    sister,    Mrs. Elmer Wawak, WH- iTr  ,,    .    _ ..  at Best’s, where friends may‘drive SE.    ;    •    ..    ...    ..     OMn j nWWrnn     Kuehl, 50, route one Toddville  call after 9 a.m. Friday. Burial:    Mrs. Horn    was injured in the!    He operated    a grocery store n«te,    III.,    ll    grandchildren ----------- ---   Mf Zion cemetery.    driveway of her residence. She  and  Trombino s Pizzaria. He  an  one grea‘8^ j-'  1     she    had lived in the Toddville'cannot deceive myself, and  7 2s"i u r(I a y.T4 2a t Mf Auh u ra  was  “’“ted at St. Luke's hosp!-) waiji member of Immaculate! Services are pending at Cedar ........  •  Methodist church, tai and released.  April 23 — Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Baird, 524 Cobban court SE, a son.  April 24 — Steven Jenkins,) Un i t e d 2534 Indiana street SW, a son; Campbell’s.  Larry J. Graf, 1150 Ridge street Winthrop NE. Marion, a daughter; WH. 61. Saturday at 2 at White’s, liam Callahan, 3820 Skylark Oxford Junction — Mary lane SE, a daughter; James E. Hayden. 86. Friday at 10:30 at Turner, 3010 Third avenue, Sacred Heart church. Rosary at Marion, a son.    8 Thursday at Hayden’s.  . .    .    I    Monticello    — Ralph Nelson,  Marriage Licenses    Services:    Saturday at Ron-  Rhonda Mercer    and    David    I an’s, DeKalb, 111. Friends may  Wiley, Lora White    and    Russell    call at Goettsch’s until 9 p.m. passenger    in    her    ear,    Greg  Crawford, all of Cedar Rapids. Thursday.    Boots, 6, of 1435    Thirty-second  Anamosa — Loren Hargrave,    street NE, were    injured. They  • mr na ri'innv inn     at     ^ ^ Si*£ sch Kn were not treated at a hospital.  Connie Mac and    Danny Joe! loddville — Leola B. Kuehl.    ..    v,    ,_ T     ... .r     t .  50. Cedar Memorial funeral!     Mrs -     Youn S     told     P° llce    sb e  home. Cedar Rapids.    was blinded by the sun and lost  - ■    control.  A good salesman has to cover Police charged Mrs. Young his territory. Want ads    do    this    with failure to    have vehicle  daily.    under control.  Police said Mrs. Cooper's and the Arabs.    identification    was    used    by    the  died unexpectedly Wednesday. I “One of my faults is that I     car ?    u SC( *     in ,i a    K 3    J     '    ,     do     holdup    She    said    her    wallet    and  area ten years.  Born Dee. 4.  not see peace around the * denRRca ^°n were stolen about 1923, at Moni- corner,” said Mrs. Meir. who  a  - u ' ai a £ 0, __  street NE.  Kathleen Ann Young, 32, 2919 Oakland road NE, and a  Marriages Dissolved  McNabb.  Fires  11:02 a.m. Wednesday Unknown to grass at 3105 Southland street SW,; 11:28 a.m. Wednesday. Burnt meat on  Conception Catholic church and Memorial funeral home.  *    *    *    (Don    Sapight    council    and Bowen    ;graw Springs, Mo., she was I will be    76 next week.  m.l3 VinS|  Two people suffered nose inju- General Assembly, Fourth De- uerina Johnson    married to Laverne R. Kuehl    -  , ries when the driver of a car groe Knights of Columbus.    Bertha    Johnson, 75, of Cedar Dee. 24, 1942, at Cedar Rapids,    Capture    Claim  lost control and    hit    a light    pole    Surviving are his wife, the|Falls, a retired registered nurse    Mrs. Kuehl was    a member of    BELFAST    (AP)    —    The British  in    the    1400 block    of    Thirtieth    former Henrietta Regnet, and a  an d a former Cedar Rapids resi-    the Mormon church of Jesus    army    claimed    it    captured    two  dent, died Wednesday at Key,christ of Latter Day Saints in to P  Irish Republican Army of-West, Fla. She was born Jan. 14,, Cedar Rapids.    ificcrs    Wednesday    night.  1899, in Grundy county, and was Surviving in addition to her __  a member of Bethlehem Luther-husband are two sons, Andrew an church in Cedar Falls.    L. Kuehl, Cedar Rapids, and E.  Surviving is a sister,    Carrie    John Kuehl, Key Largo. Fla.;  K of C at 8 p.m. at Brady-Kubaj Anderson, Parkersburg.    ;two daughters, Mrs. George  funeral home, where friends j Services: Bethlehem Lutheran    Loehr, Toddville.    and Luann E.  may call after I p.m. Friday, j church at Cedar Falls at 2 p.m.    Kuehl, at home;    a sister, Mrs.  All Fourth Degree Knights of)Saturday. Burial: Greenwood    William Gregory,    Cedar Rapids,  Columbus are asked to meet at cemetery. The body is at Dahl- 1  and five grandchildren, the funeral home at 7 p m. Van Hove-Schoof funeral home; Services are pending at Cedar Friday.    in Cedar Falls.    Memorial    funeral home.  ; son, Joseph of Marion. of Services: Saturday ll a.m. in Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Rosaries: Parish Friday at 7:30 p.m. and  For Arty Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS  ^ PIERSON’S   u  FLOWER SHOP  your F T D Florist IWO Ellis Blvd. NW KL OW K.RPHONE 366-1828  floral artistry  ewe  (ten  FLORIST  Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146  flowers can say everything  <3  S FLORIST  and  o GIFT SHOP  364-8139  Phone Answered 24 Hours Every Day  flowers  for  every  occasion!  since  1909  .MHO !<:.  LAPE*  £T(  PMT  Convenient downtown location  308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511  “50 CALLS ON BOTH ADS"  TEN-INCH table sow with stand, 9 months old. Complete set of machinist's tools with chest. Phone 365-9405, atter 5 coll 365 4920.  FIVE horsepower Clinton outboard engine, 9 months old. 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