Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 3, 1974, Page 3

Cedar Rapids Gazette

June 03, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Kapids Gazelle: Mon.. June 3. 1974 Nine Accident-Related Deaths Occur in Iowa An Independence man diedi the cycle over the truck and i The Iowa highway patrol said in a head-on crash with a semi-i against a tree on the adjacent itidtka, who had left his car to {Republican Tries I Cedar Rapids News Briefs I There may i candidate in Disabled Vels Also surviving is a brother, street NE, were stolen from his M. Dryer and Yale Kramer, be a Republican! American Veterans awl auvili'i-Walter, Cedar Rapids. Services: garage sometime in the last five ihe 25th district ry meeting ana potiuck supper will be at p.m. Tuesday, i Memorial coliseum. Meat trailer truck near Independence parKing. (assist a motorcyclist who had early Monday following a week- A rural Sumner man, was Sjruci; dmvn by'tion. end which saw at least fivclBuhr. 20, son of the Macllrath i this year, after No Republican candidates- i listed on the primary election jballo: for the seat now hold Take covered John Patched (D-North Libef-i'i'sli and (able service. who is running for re-elec-j p.m. Tuesday at nerai home, Kairfield. oilier persons ii traffic-related accidents uvdriving along Iowa. i gravel road. :Buhrs. died Sunday morning in1 jthe upset of the tractor he was of Orinnell. Aiacltratii was charged with v I Cash Stolen Hamill rcsi-i Murphy, Ozark street JJE. cor Three other persons died of injuries from earlier accidents. Victim of Ihe Monday morning accident was Douglas Hansel, 28, a resident of Rush Park trailer court, Independence. Me a Kayette county 'manslaughter and held in the iPoweshiek county jail under said Ruhr was on hisjjs.ooo bond. Officers way to work in a field, pulling five-bottom plow, when wheels of the tractor slipped off Ihe road one mile south of Center and 1 Valley. The plow was formerly of .Manchester, io v er turn e d and Buhr was where funeral services are pinned beneath the tractor, pending at Bohnenkamp funeral! pead at Scene home. State troopers said Han-l sol died when his car crossed the j The cyclist Liciika had sought to help, Dennis Richey, 28, ol Montezuma, was reporled in critical condition at a 1 traclor Moines hospital. hours later by Larry who farms in the area. center line of highway 20 twolalxuu miles east of Independence crashed nearly head-on with wrecker was summoned to lift empty anhydrous truck driven'he tractor off of Buhr, who was by Arnold Schweiger, 40, of i pronounced dead at the scene. Reinbeck. Time was a.m. i His was the sixth traffic death I in Favelte count v this vear. Ser- A Sigourney woman, Bar- bara Myers, 21, was killed and three persons hospitalized The accident was discovered! as the result of a two-car col- Second Crash Momentarily a second semi- trailer truck crashed into the vices are scheduled Wednesday at 2 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church Sumner. Emerson- Hansel vehicle. That driver, Clif- M i 1 n e s funeral home hasi lision Saturday on highway 92 near Oskaloosa. Oscar Myers, 21, the victim's hus- band, was driver oJ a car which collided with an auto driven by Don Bailey, Knox- ville. Those hurt were passen- gers in the Myers' vehicle. Deaths of three other persons j injured in earlier traffic ac- land, N.Y., was hauling a load of John Deere equipment. He was not hurt. Schweiger was treated for minor injuries and released from Peoples Memorial hospi- tal, Independence. Wreckage from the crash blocked highway 20 for hours. Hansel's car was demo- lished. Damage to the. two trucks was estimated at A motorcycle accident Sun- day evening proved fatal to Duane. N. Stansbery, 21, of Cedar Rapids. Police said Stansbery's machine struck a truck parked on a Cedar Rap- ids street. He was thrown from Surviving in 'ddita to the week'end. cidents also were reported on garage window and then'Lovely Lane United forced open (he glove compart-.church. election.nient to his car and took in ballot- jcash from it. "The auditors aren't sure how! Des Moines. Tennis: Private lessons Me- [wrleil l.awrenfi'ittiorb! (ennif '-enter. Instructor Shop fur your patio candles JMcCivjjur. '210 Thirty-fourth Krcjei, 393-7864, 362-3089. now. Hose's Candle .Niche, u'riu' SE, reported a ion. Closed June 2-i through Aug- j lawn mower and a tackle! 'bOX wcre 'akcn from his garage. .somcume since :wilh a lolal value of J900 me Alaleen Kenwood unit will; stolen from a storage shed ai at, Theft ducting a write-in campaign inr'" P-ln- t'asluon Cleaners Wedding lllt, iUceway, highway an attempt lo represent Die GOP on the general many voles slate law requires to get my name on the he said Saturday, "but they think it is 320. That's what I'm aiming for." Danielson, 24, is a native of Armstrong. He has a bachelor's degree in social studies educa- :ion from Graceland college in Lamoni, and taught in the Wil- "iamsburg school system for two rears. He now works for the Univer- sity of Iowa vending service. Danielson is married. His wife is a law student at the U of I. The candidate said he is using personal contacts to obtain the! required votes. Methodist; gowns, formals. Adv. last Thursday jiight or Friday morning, ac- Items Taken Ned W. Vonicording to the Linn county Bail checks, mistrials and piea stein, 39 Twenty-first department. bargaining Vote for Bill and j said a spare lire and a j services to all the pardoning. Bill walkie-talkie were taken' spinal nerve root irritations. As-j tin. Democrat for County Atlor-1from his car Saturdav while room, W.J3, otaroom, sociated Chiropractors, Iowa! ney. paid for by Bill Martin.- was parked nt the Diamond Carpet Cleaners, Theatre Building.-Adv. j Pol. Adv. Kitt.neni 2727 sixn, sw. Adv. j i j Theft Dan Bizek, route two, Fight crime Vote Eugene j Admitted Seven attorneys' Air-Conditioner Taken An Kopecky, Democrat, County At- have been admitted to practicelair-conditioner valued at torney. June 4th. Paid for by committee to elect Eugene Ko-jThey are: Morris jVinton; Jerry L. j Waterloo: David in Cedar liapids federal taken Saturday from an L. Eckhart, unoccupied farm building two miles north of Blairs Ferry road reported four wheels and tires and a- radiator, worth taken Friday night from hisi home. Adv. i Father Dies Orval L. Fry.j Clubs Stolen Police said Iowa Falls; William H. Camp-.Blackford. 79, Fairfield, father of Ivan L.lgolf clubs worth belonging bell, Council Bluffs; Sam S. KilJ---------------------- Fry, Cedar Rapids, died Lyle. De Moss, 721 Sioux City; and David; It Pays To Advertise Hadenfeldt, H. Hiinsen, on C street. Owner is Ralph his parents are two brothers, three sixers and grandparents. A Dubuque youngster, Susan Fatal .injuries were suffered Sunday by John Wilson Randel in the crash of his pickup with a semi-trailer truck two miles west of Columbus Junction on highway 92. Officers said Ran- dell crossed the center line. The other driver, Charles Peterson of Galesburg, 111., was not hurt. John Lidtka, 22, of Mon- tezuma, lost his life Saturday night when he was struck by a maternal Hendry> 7> djed Sunday of mju. ries received Wednesday when car near the intersection highway 146 and interstate near Grinnell. of Murder Trial Start Delayed by Justice ANAMOSA The murder trial Atwell Junior Conner 29, scheduled to begin in Jones county district court here Mon- day morning, has been delayec by order of an Iowa supreme court justice. Justice Mark McCormick is- sued a stay order Saturday and set a hearing for Wednesday al p.m. on a defense appeal oi district court' rulings in the case. A three-justice panel will consider whether the high court should review the rulings. Defense attorneys contend Judges Clinton Shaeffer and Harold Vietor violated Conner's constitutional rights in ordering the trial to begin Monday and in refusing to continue the trial. Say Judge Erred They claim it was wrong for Judge Shaeffer to have set the murder trial for Monday, ahead of a trial of the rural Bertram man on a rape charge sched- uled for next Monday. The murder trial was sched- uled after a motion by the state for a speedy trial. The defense claims the right to a speedy trial is a defendant's right and that no need was shown for such a speedy trial. It alleges it is highly unusual to set a trial for 24 days after an indictment and that usually it is at least 60 days, and often more in serious cases. The defense says it was un- able to view state's evidence, as ordered by the court, until Fri- day. Defense attorneys say Judge Vietor went on vacation last week without letting them know, without .ruling on motions that are important to the conduct of the trial. 30-Day Delay been trying to see as many people as said. she was. struck by a car at a Dubuque intersection. I Also injured Wednesday whenj his car went off a Marion county road, Leo Fee, 16, of Dallas, died Saturday in a Des Moines hospital. Fairfax Woman Bernice F. Kessler, Magistrate Court 78, o Fairfax, died Sunday in a Cedar Rapids hospital of injuries re ceived at the south edge o "tedar Rapids in a May 8 ac cident which also took the lifi husband, Newton. Services for Mrs. Kessler an set for Wednesday at in Pe terseim chapel at Kalona. Sur viving are a daughter, Mrs Charles Hartsock .of Fairfax wo grandchildren and two sisters, Gla'dyce Crone of Wash ngton and Mrs. Herman Otto o] Mt. Pleasant. The Kesslers were Cedar Rapids residents from 1959 unti moving to Fairfax three years ago. They say they were told they would be informed of the rulings Monday, which they claim would have deprived them of :he right to consider whether ;he rulings should be appealed :o the supreme court. They are asking the high court for a 30-day delay in the }roceedings. They note that the Linn county attorney has joined in a request for a continuance, and that the Jones county attor- ney did not resist. Conner and George Junior towlin, 31, rural Keystone, are accused in connection with the murder and rape of Connolly, 17, Cedar Rapids, on Auto Strikes Parked Vehicles Near McGregor MONONA Clay O'Neal, 16, of Monona, received only minor injuries Sunday when his car went out of control, struck a mail box, guard rail, a parked pickup, trailer and car. The mishap occurred at White Springs, near McGregor highway 18. Officers said O'Neal car skidded 360 feet after going out of control. The pickup, owned by Richard T'owle of McGregor, was demol- ished, and there was dam- age to the trailer and parked car. O'Neal's car also was de- molished. He was charged with failure to have control of his March 10. Labor Gains LONDON (AP) The Labor Both men also face charges of government of Prime Minister murder and robbery in connec- Wilson is gaining in popularity tion with the death the same over the opposition Consei-va- day of Michael Servey, party, according lo a Cedar Rapids, in Linn county, j vey published Monday. Woman Fined on Charge of Assault Patricia Hills, 1849 Cold- stream avenue NE, pled guilty- Friday in magistrate's court to a charge of assault and battery and was fined and costs. She was charged with assault- ing Cynthia Hills May 11. Man Fined on' Amended Charge Henry Young, 393 Fifteenth avenue SW, pled guilty Thurs- day in magistrate's court to an amended charge of crimina trespass and was fined anc costs. He was charged with breaking and entering in connnectior with a breakin at E. Cohn anc Sons, 900 L street SW, May 19. Marion Man Bound Over to Grand Jury John Fiore, 1366 Seventh street, Marion, waived a prelim nary hearing Friday in magis rate's court and was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of drunk driving. He was arrested May 19. "Together... We Can Make A Difference" Paid lor by Friends Df Martin Jensen. Robert Rush, Chairman Home Improvement Money Now Almost any project PAY THE SAME EACH MONTH JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE Because the cost of liviiuj seems to be going up every day and it's becoming more and more difficult to keep a balanced budget.we suggest you consider our Budget Payment Plan. It is ideally suited to help you balance your household expenses. Instead of paying larger natural gas bills during peak heating periods, total ser- vice costs are spread evenly over a twelve-month period. Your anticipated gas usage for'the next year is deter- mined from past records and then divided into 12 equal payments. 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