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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa AN6EAKS 3QOQ IOWISI 40 Obituaries W Wf ATMf fc rOIOCAST Rain or showers are expected Friday night in the Pacific" Northwest, middle plains and the middle Mississippi valley. Clear to partly cloudy slcies ar Mrs. Jack Steele Winifred Steele, 57, of 2019 Williams boulevard SW, died Thursday following ;t sudden illness. Horn Dec.-25, 1916, in Cedar Kapirts. she had been a lifelong resident here. She was married lo Jack T. Sleele March 14, 1942, in Cedar Itapids. She was an employe of The (lazelte. Surviving besides her husband are two daughters, Julie, of >dar Rapids, and Lisa Kaeret, Cedar Falls; three sons, Jon, DCS Moincs, and Chris and Peter, Cedar Hapids; a sisler, Mrs. Orr Greedy, Cedar liapids; and a brother, C. Johnson, Macbridc. Services: Saturday al p.m. in Christ United Presby- terian church by the Rev. Rob- ert Bouton. Burial: Cedar Me- morial. Friends may call al Turner chapel west until 9 p.m. Friday. The casket will not be re expected else- church. The fami- ly suggests that friends may, if they wish, make a contribution 82. Satin-day at 2 at Hoover Wesleyan church. Ma-son-Hawe's, Independence. Dysarl _ Mina A. Lenaburg, 81. Tuesday at 2 at Trinity United Methodist church. _ Jessie E. Baum, 83. Services at graveside in Garrison cemetery Saturday at Campbell's, Vinton. Belle Richard E. Rucker, 64. Saturday at 2, Pcffers-Halvcrson. Cogffoii Thelma Gericke, 66. Saturday at 2, Zion Presbyterian church. Murdoch's. Alfred Monserud, 00. Saturday at East Paint Creek Synod church. -Martin the memorial fund of Chri United Presbyterian church. Anderson Jesse Anderson, 79, of 7 Eighth avenue SE, died Thur day following a brief illness. 1 was a retired employe of Penic and Ford. Born June 12, 1894, in Evan :ie had been a resident of Cede Rapids most of his life. He w; married to the former Mai Coleman Dec. 18, 1923, in 11 nois. He was a member Bethel AME church, was a ve eran of World war I and member of the American L gion. In addition to his wife he survived by a sister, Ann Walker, Cincinnati. Services: 3 p.m. Tuesday Bethel AME church :by the Re Seorge Moore, jr. Burial: OE Hill. Friends may call at turn chapel east until 9 p.m. Monde and at the church after 10 a.n Tuesday. Military services w be conducted at the grave 1 the American Legion. The Weather Hiqh lemoeratures Thursday, low tern ncrntures overnlghl and Inches of ore delation: Anchorage M M M L. Annclci B5 59 Mlanla ....8365 Miami 81 78 Bismarck ..is 29 Mln'aDolis .57 Chicago ...7255 N. Orleans 81 68 Denver ....7948.01 New York 75 58 .17 Dululh ....5341.01 Phoenix lonolulu ...M M M Seattle .M M M Houston Washington M M M Missing Extended forecast Fail ind cool Sunday, followed by a varming trond and chance ol bowers Monday and Tuesday mostly in upper 40s one ower 50s. Highs mostly in the IDs. C. R. Weather Thursday Dissolved Pearl R. and Carl D. Mi chaels. Karen R. and Lawrcne E. Ary. Herbert P. and Helci Louise Thome. Kathleen Am and Terry Lcc Freeman. Robcr Lee and Marleen W. Campbell John D. and Pamela S. Ballard Patricia Ann and Duane Mere dith Walton. Reneta Rose and Gerald Allen Norine. Sharon Rae and Lester Owen Bailey. Fires a.m. Friday. Overheated traction motors rear of 450 First avenue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding David Ham Hiawatha; Larry Freerksen 1396 G avenue NE; each finec and costs. Robert Bovvsei 640 Sixteenth avenue SW Leonard Schaeffer, 780 Fiftl avenue, Marion; David Wolfe 1713 Third, avenue SE; Eober Merritt, 6022 Crestridgo aventi SW; each fined and costs Darrell Bahrndorf, 2438 Heyn olds avenue SW; Dorothy Bopp 107 Meadowlark lane NW Cynthia Evron, 2329 Beve avenue SE; Dennis Dietrich Middle Amana; Sally Madden 4349 Fox Meadow drive SE Linda Gutz, 323 Crescen street SE; John Uchytil, 173 B avenue NE; Stephan Stickely 1248 Third avenue SE; Michae Cannon, 1304 First avenu NE; James Garoutle, 150 Ninth street NW; Dennis Wiesc, Tama; Dennis Whiting Ely; Gordon Wense'l, 141 Fifth street NW; each fined and costs. Roy Browning Iowa City; fined and costs Cindy Bobbins, 62 Devonwood avenue SW; Dennis Ternam 1609 Sixth avenue SE; Willian Waltz, 816 Ninth street SE Linda Barley, 96 Fortieth stree NE; Edward Lawrence, 5100 Skylane drive NE; Randall Mc-Cright, Coggon; Helen Manich Lansing, 111.; Joseph Hosier 2223 Eighth avenue SW; Roger Church, route two, Marion Barbara Lindsay, route two Marion; Mark Benton, 64( Thirty-ninth street NE; Leonard Tait, 1801 Blake boulevard SE; Franklin Dally, Clinton; each fined and costs. Responsibility for minors Peter Hansen, 77 Seventh avenue SW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Randy Heubner, 6517 South avenue SW; fined and costs. Resisting: an officer Eoberl Haer, 2044 North Towno courl NE; Donald Jones, Independence; each fined and costs. Driving on right side Donald Jones, Independence; finec and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Donald Jones, Independence; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Tomme Tramel, 1930 Park avenue SE; Eddie Johnson, 2271 C street SW; Dave Bernacki, 700 T w c n t y s ixth street NW; Marion Reed, 1155 West Ninth avenue, Marion; each fined and costs. James Thompson, 2163 Twentieth street NW; fined and costs. Registration violation Eugene Bowles, 1102 Fifteenth avenue SE; fined and costs. Driver's license violation D u a n c Dranebargcr, 34061 Dunham drive SE- David Wolfe, 1713 Third avenue SE; Eddie Johnson, 2271 C street SW; fined and costs. Jeffrey Saddoris, DCS Moincs; [incd and costs. James Thompson, 2163 Twcnticlh street NW; fined and costs. Intoxication William Sharp, 1208 Sixth avenue SE; Robert Karr, 2044 North Tnwne courl, NE; each fined and costs. Overload Joseph Hart, Galion, Ohio; fined and costs. Gerald Barett, Sellers Ousted from State Complex DES MOINES selling poppies for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Poppy day were ousted from cafeterias in the state capitol complex Friday. Stanley McCausland, state director of general services, said there is a general state policy against permitting any solicitations in state government buildings and that includes selling poppies. He said he had informed George Carnathan .of D e s Moines, a VFW official, by letter on April 16 about the policy. The letter said it is [against state policy to ]et any group set up a special table for such sales in state buildings or to allow anyone to solicit state employes or other people. McCausland told Carnathan the poppies could be offered for sale at counters in the cafeterias operated -by the Iowa commission (for the blind, but hat permission should be obtained in 'writing from the commission. John Taylor, assistant direc-or of the Iowa commission for he blind, said JM had given the VFW auxiliary permission to sell poppies over the cafeteria counters, but the people selling hem had set up rear the' cash er stands where cafeteria cus-omers pay their jOW overnight Friday Friday Rainfall "otal -for May formal for May formal through May 'otal for 1974 arometer, steady lumidity at noon M. Mudd Lee M. Mudd, 38, of 33 Wenig road NE, died sudden of a heart attack Thursd night. He had operated a gent al contracting firm, and was member of the Cedar Rapi Home Builders Assn. Mr. Mudd was born Aug. 1935, and had been a resident Cedar Hapids all his life. is survived by his wif Patricia; a son, David; daughter, Ann; his mothe Uyrtle Mudd; two brother Dale and Benny; two sister tfrs. Dennis Hepker and Mr Ralph Schulte, all of Ced Rapids. Services: 1 p.m. Monday St. Pius X Catholic church h the Sev. Barnard G. Collin Burial: Mt. Calvary, Father Collins will recite 11 Rosary Sunday at 'p.m. the Stewart funeral home where friends may call Sunda from 2 .to 9 p.m. and Monda from 9 a.m. until noon. Wind direction and velocity at .azette weather, station at 2 .m. TW at 18 mph. Sun rises Saturday, sun els, Year Ago High, 74; >w 53; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast 1 Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo ismarck PtCldy hicago PtCldy incinnati Fair leveland PtCldy es Moines PtCldy tidianapolis -Fair ansas City Fair lilwaukee .Fair Ipls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 05-45 kla City ___ PtCldy maha PtCldy t Louis Fair ioux Falls PtCldy 75-50 Degree otal to date hrougli May 30, 1973 ercent of normal year ...103 otal normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 8.2 no change Lansing (18) 9.6 rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 8.7 rise .1 I McGregor (18) 11 rise .2 Guttenberg (15) 10 rise .1 12.3 fall .1 Davenport (15) 14.5 lall .1 Keokuk (16) 17.7 fall .7 edar at C.R. (13) G.S3 fall .37 Coralville Lake level Friday G. Yuza Frank G. Yuza, 82, of 142 Second street SW, died suddenl Friday. He was a retired fore man for Wilson and Co. Born near Solon April 7, 189! lie had lived in Cedar Rapid since 1B94. He was a member B te Czechoslovak Society c American and Western Bone mian Fraternal Life Assn. Surviving are his wife, th 'ormer Emma Loutek, to whor :ie was married in Cedar Rapid April 18, 1917; a grandson; tw great-grandchildren; and sister, Mary Slaby, Solon. Services: 11 a.m. Sunday i Janeba-Kuba funeral home wcs jy the Rev. William Harnisl Burial: Czech National. Friend nay call at Jancba-Kuba after ).m. Saturday. Memorial Services Kimm, Kent C. Crcmatioi was held 'at Cedar Memoria Memorial services will be par of the 0 a.m. worship scrv ci Sunday al Kenwood Park ITnit-nr Methodist church. Private Kravcside services will be con-nctcd at a.m. Saturday a ,7cdar Memorial. AiTangenicnlf )y Cedar Memorial funcra ionic. (Continued from Page of conversations Colson lad wilh the President in 1971, a memorandum of a meeting at-endcd by Nixon, Colson and Secretary of Slate Kissinger and report attempting to measure he impact of (he Pentagon Papers leak by Ellsberg lo the press in the spring of 1971. Besides Ehrlichman and Colson, Hie defendants are G. Gor-on Liddy, Bernard Barker and Cugcnio Births Mercy 'May 23 Mr. and Mrs. imothy Blanchard, Vinton, a lughlcr. Births St. Luke's May 22 Mr. and Mrs. eorgc Bounds, 110 Ninth rcct SK a daughter. May 23 To the families of crry Barr, 1205 Indian Creek ad, Marion, a daughter; Ron-it Strand, Hiawatha, a son; o h n Drahos, Swisher, a lughlcr. Marriage Licenses Virginia Olmslcad and Albert rccn, JoAnnc Miller and Otto easier, Kim Payn and Kcn-2lh Krapfl, Darla Jindrich and cnjamin Michnlcc, all of cdnr Hapids. Patricia Scott, cdar ffapids, and James Mcd-clc, Bnrtlosvillc, Ohio. llockcn, Winlhrop, and onalil Miller, Independence. >vcc Miller, Fairfax, and Hob-i Ethcredgc, Cedar Hapids. cbornh Usher, Cedar Rapids, id David Ollsoii, Nebraska i t y Neb. Arlctte Policy, nrion, and Keith Meyer, niipids. Barbara IWaluch-it, Solon, and Slcvcn Whiting, cdnr Uiiplds. Emllc Jurgins, wii (.'itv, and Marc Taslitt, iclnr Ha'plils. Sharon Nlcmnn, liapids, and Michael Os-cllor, Kly. Mary Mcnnlng, nd iir Itiipids, and David H'llOS, Faces Arson Charge Karon E. Smith, ,17. of 416 Tenlh slrect SE, was charged Friday wilh arson. Police said an investigation esulled in her arrest in conncc-on with a fire early Friday in car owned by Richard D. ungc, 1927 Ninlli slrccl SW. The car was in a parking lot t Fifth avenue and Tenth street E. Police officers pulled a scat ushinii from Hie car and exlin-uished Hie and costs. Vehicle control violation Cecil Bush, Cherokee; fined -md costs. Reckless driving: Jeffrey Saddoris, DCS Moines; fined and costs. Iowa Lef her Know with Flowers 1800 ELLIS Flowcrphanc 366-1826 Michclc Lamias, nfant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Lanclas. Olsen-Fjclstul's. Independence Martha -v John B, Turner Son Rineral Directors Serving all faiths since 1888. "aimer's lin.si H( )0 Second Avc. SI7. 1221 l-irsl Avr.Wrsl V_ Zlot our flowers speak for you Ji'fat ffnrit Svrcvd HAXTER MEMORIAL CHAPELS MARION: 377-.I538 MT. V10HNON: II blocks nnrlh Vii Hl'ick west of Library nf Post Office If you seekthe comfort of making arrangements prior to need... By nil means, feel Iree to contact a funeral director. Only a qualified, licensed funeral director is fully capable of advising you in every aspect of arrangements, services and prelection. His knowledge and experience are in- valuable in assuring fulfillment ol your wishes in every detail. He is qualified lo give you objective advice on alternatives basod on years of experience. And, what's more, as an established service in your community, his reputation and continuity in service will give you an oxtra measure of assurance. Why not givo him a call. Senc! for Free Booklet 'Tacts Every Family Should Know" ROLAND WILBERT VAULT CO., INC. (Positively No Sales Contact Will Be Made) 1210 ninlrs Ferry Marlon, Iowa 52302
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