Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 13, 1974, Page 9

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 13, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Admits Lesser Count In Shooting Incident By Alice Witosky TOLEDO One woman and three men pled guilty lo charges against them in a busy session Boyd, 32, rural Tama, said lie dirt not want an attorney and pled guilty lu drunk driving, lie- was finwl and costs and was (In- privilege of pay- of Tama county district court j ing in' monthly installments, last week. Another man entered His driver's license was revoked a plea of innocent. Jacqueline Sandra Slcuhm, 23, Tama, whose trial was sche- duled for Monday on a charge of assault with intent to inflict great bodily injury, a felony, pled guilty to a lesser charge, pointing a gun at another, a misdemeanor. Judge Harold D. Vietor gave her a suspended sentence of 31) days in the county jail and placed her on probation for one year to the Sixth Judicial Dis- trict Community Court Services, Cedar Rapids. She is to pay court costs. Her attorney was court-appointed. Mrs. Steulim was accused of shooting three times at James Brewer, 24, at that time a Tama police officer, as lie was moving his belongings from her apart- ment Jan. 2. She allegedly ob- tained possession of his police revolver and fired in his direc- tion. Brewer has since resigned his position. "You are lucky you missed him or you might have been here on a murder Judge. Vietor told Mrs. Sleuhm. In another case, Charles L. for 120 days. Boyd was arrested April 25 by a state trooper on highway 30 east of Tama. Drunk Driving Bean Whitebreast, Wa- lerloo, pled guilty to drunk driv- ing and was fined anil costs. His driver's license was revoked indefinitely until he sat- isfactorily completes a drinking drivers' course al llawkcye In- stitute of Technology, Waterloo. Whilebrcasl was arrested April 6 by a state trooper after he was observed driving erratic-all} by a citizen on highway 30 east of Tama. Michael Ray Muldoon, 18, withdraw his former plea of in- nocent and pled guilty to operat- ing a motor vehicle without the owner's consent. He was resid- ing al the State Juvenile Home. Toledo, when he allegedly look a car belonging to Harlan Lowe Toledo, without Lowe's consent. Sentencing was set for Wednes- day, June 12, and Judge Vietoi ordered a pre-scntcnce report. Trial Set Vernon Junior Creason, Mar- shalltown, charged with receiv- Around Iowa Teacher Retiring Deloris Shaffer, a third grade teacher at Lincoln Community school, Mechanicsville, will re- tire this year after 44 years in the profession. She will be hon- ored at an open house May 19 from 2 to 4 in the Mechanics- ville Center gym. Elected IOWA CITY Clyde J. Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin F. Hale, Marengo, has been elect- ed president of Eta Kappa Nu, electrical engineering honor fra- ternity at the University of Iowa college of engineering. Hale will be a senior in electrical engi- neering next fall. School Election DECORAH Officers of the student body at Decorah senior high school have been elected in homerooms. Leading the stu- dent body next school year will be Paul Simonson, president; Dan Nelson, vice-president, and Dawn Williams, secretary- treasurer. Honored SfGOURNEY Harris Barn- hart, Sigourney, a Red Cross volunteer from Keokuk county, has been honored for his volun- teer work at Veterans hospital in Iowa City. He received spe- cial recognition for his chauffer- ing and his work with individual patients. He also received a bronze emblem for hours of loyal service. Mrs. Harold Strohman of Sigourney was awarded a certificate for 500 hours as a volunteer. Wins Contest Dow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dow, a Decorah high school sophomore, won first place in Iowa in competition conducted by the Anjerican Assn. of Teachers of German. He will re- ceive an expense-paid travel sludy trip to Germany for four weeks. Officers Named Vernon Knoke has been cleclcd pres- ident of the Stanley PTO. Other officers are Mrs. Gene McCann, vice-president; Judy Kasa- meicr, secretary, and Mrs. John Miculinich, treasurer. Alumni Banquet Alum- ni banquet will be p. June 8 at St. Paul Lutheran church. Classes of 1924 and 1949 will hold their reunions. Alumni officers arc' Mrs. Fred Paltn- quist, president; Mrs. Ronald Blumhagcn, vice-president; Mrs. Earl Ruckdnsch. treasurer; JoAnna Braiull, 1S74 secre- tary: Mrs. Hlaine Mrs. Tennis Mork and Mrs. Lloyd Sclllllle, 1949 secretaries, and Mrs. Walter Evcrman and Mrs. Elmer Leubka, 1924 secretaries. Elevator Fire nni.LIVEH L. and II. (irain Co. clcvalor a'l llnlli- ver was destroyed by fire Sun- day as strong winds hampered fire fighlers. Authorities said Iho began about a.m. in the grain clevalnr which was nhoiif half filled with shelled corn. Cause of I he fire wits tint known. Held for Murder SHENANDOAH, Iowa (AP) Edward Mulchler, 24, Shenan doah, was being held on an open charge of murder in Ihe Page county jail Monday after a high speed chase by- Fremont countj authorities. Page County Atty A. C. Urban said Mutchler wa charged following the fata shooting Friday evening. o Allen Dale Mutchler, 31, in Mi Shenandoah apartment. Man Dies MARSHALL-TOWN (UPI) A 59-year-old man was killed Sun day in a fire that destroyed a boxcar parked in a salvage van here. Authorities have not iden tified the. victim whose las address was a hotel in Marshal] town, pending notification o next of kin. Officials said thi man was sleeping in the boxca when the fire broke out shortl after 2 a.m. Sunday. Fatal Blaze SIOUX CITY Sioux City couple and their young son were fatally burned when a fire swept through their mobii home in Sioux City Saturday The victims were identified as Leonard Peterson, 29; Ms wife Geraldine; and their son, Mi chad, 2. Drowning WAVERLY in Waverly resumed the searcl Monday for a Denver man win apparently drowned Sunday in the Cedar -river. Waverly Fin Chief John Ingersoll said Gaylarked on a road east 'of the R and S Marina at LeGrand at a.m. Feb. 14, Marshall county officers reported'. Crea- son's billfold and his jacket were in the car, as were items from Sienkncchl's Implement store at Clutier, it ,is alleged. Clutier is in Tama county. 10 YEAltS AGO Barry Goldwater was the top vote-get- ter in the Nebraska Republican presidential preference primary. Rc-Eleclcd DES MOINES Dr. Gordon Rahn, Ml. Vernon, has been re- elected lo the board of directors and will serve as second vice- president of the American Lung Assn. of Iowa. He also serves as Linn county chairman and regional representative for Hie lung association. they were i pressure placed nn educational concerned that if Iowa kept i institutions and on air public raising its fees for as well." students, the slate's universities could be without any nonresi- dent students. In an interview, Mrs. Petersen agreed. "I see a great danger eventu- ally in pricing ourselves out of; "extreme inflation prcs- Thc regents president said the hoard was "very grcalfiil" fur the 7.5 percent pay raise given to rccgnts employes which she said will help offset the nonresident she sures." "More broadly speaking, the i iViore uruauiy sMu.mnig, MIL- sident students on our campuses (ho hao hnon nnino flmun sideration to our program and passed almost all of she has been going down." 'Good Ingredient' date to increase nonresident tu- ition at the three state-support- ed universities by saying Iowa could eventually "price ourselves out of the nonresident student market." When the legislature approved a million appropriation for the regents, lawmakers left the budget short of being funded. The feeling was that the money could be made up by charging an extra to the nonresident students at Iowa State university, the Uni- versity of Iowa and the Univer- sity of Northern Iowa. Mrs. Petersen said part of the said. "This applies not only to legislators but to leaders from the executive branch." reason for the decrease is tu- ition but she added that the; growth of community colleges! in areas to the east of Iowa also has been a factor. She said that was especially true in western Illinois, which traditionally works crcat- sent large numbers of students by inmates at the fowa Inmate Art Show Set At Anamosa to Iowa schools. "There is no question I men's reformatory here will be that Ion display at the reformatory out-of-statc students add to the j Saturday and Sunday. campus she said.; The show will run from 9 a.m. "They're a good ingredient to to 3 p.m. each day. Items to be have. Their presence improves the vitality and educational cli- mate of a campus." exhibited include leather, paint- ings, pastels, charcoals, beads, plaster molds, wood carvings, Aside from the tuition and jewelry. SMULEKOFFS acrei of tverything for ihe Third Ave. at First St. SE In Downtown Cedar Rapids "EARLY BIRD" SALE! Air Conditioners Now You Can Buy Brand New jwltt ana Air Conditioner to BTU and Save Coupon The sleek, handsome air conditioner so whisper quiet it gets talked about ACT NOW! Why Swelter This Summer! Get Set NOW To Enjoy COOL, COOL COMFORT During Summer's Sweltering Days and Nights! It Pays To Buy NOW BUY NOW 5-Year Total Appliance Warranty! 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