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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa DEATHS Say Marijuana mliriiirrl frnm The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Tliurs., June 6, 1974 Earl L. Fowler (Continued from Page I.) 'been visiting Carr and slander. AuloTlicIt Andersen said Carr had been Found on Linn Federal Trial Begins on Jail Prisoner Oats Fraud Charges I iJarl Fowler, C2, of 700 avenue NW, died Thurs-; I day in an Iowa City hospital lol- Andersen said Carr had been Auitiuntics Wednesday nigm BT a Eorn of burglary and auto what was said to be charged with operating a 1911, inCoKgon, hehadbcen ...'.......____a marijuana cigarct in the seed oats sale ja Cedar Rapids resident 46 !years. Mr. Kuwlcr was an worker for Mcssingcr Corp. lie According to Ihe police was a veteran of World war II. :count: Survivors include seven sons, Can had held off police since lEarl, w wa through nu fault u[ lilcs siiowbd he was in the Nc- county iron braskil complex in IS72. Kevin Meyer, UPI Rain is expected Thursday night over parts of the middle Atlantic states, middle Mis- sissippi valloy and upper Rockies. Mostly fair elsewhere. Sueil U1UKC a fraud- client Tijuana cigarc! in the sei-u oais sale scheme iv'olfs attorney said "outside session ol an inmate ;n im UJA-IU-U IIIUIIIIIJK iwws" rauwl Interstate Cedar Rapids federal court. lha, no was jn. 19, of 2740 opening arguments, lie added that "if every ac- Woi Ihinglon drive- SW. was l'-S. Ally. Alan Kirshen said he business that went broke was being frisked during a the trial to last "a coup- charged with fraud, the courts shakedown when the cigarel le lo three weeks." would be 15 20 years behind." .about p.m., alter Ms Hal! v L, Ccda'r" Kalis" and. jbrollicr. Jesse .McDonald, 44, for possession Sarby, Waterloo, and the' S.C., Robert, Patrick and wounded in Ihe house and ohtained the they allegedly operated.! Cedar Kapids; two were summoned. juana was unknown to Seed Brokers, Coleen Mosier and Debra Wal-J Mrs. Harry Owens, ivhu lives o.'licials. Meyer'WnU-rlo'.. lerick, both of Cedar Rapids; 22 first lo have been released June scheme Q[ jn sllc MelJonald to ______________ According to Kirshen, the county arc seeking a court Thomas Kow cr I" i i I n "wr.v sophisticaledordcr barring Tony's Pizza Co., five brothers, Raymond, said McDonald then wen. Enlistment Goal Inc., of Kansas from advertising Park, I'la., Eldon, .SI. Paul.jlhc house and was shol as he Topped by Army'of urn" WASHINGTON' (AP) The lie claims thny sold seed dnal-'Tony's Pizza. Donald, Miami, Eugene, Island, N.Y., Mike, Inc. 0 at Holm' Dccoruli Mrs Smith, 95. Saturday Lutheran church. Stc Elhcron Richard Saturday at 11, I Conception church, C sary, Friday at 8, Keystone, where fi call after 10 a.m. Fric Tracr Mrs. Ernes 76. Saturday at 11, E Independence cutt, 85. Saturday While's. The i) m. Wednesday. Overheated grease at Gcrber residence on Konigsmark road SW. pin. Wednesday. Backfire through carburetor at 20 Wilson avenue SW. p.m. Wednesday. Defective grill at 2517 Sixteenth avenue SW. p.m. Wednesday. Vent gas fumes from apartment at Thirty-third street NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Craig Mclnlosh, Swisher; fined and costs. Dwight Kuster, jr., 2012 H avenue NE; fined and costs. Robert Houlahan, 817 Eighth street NW; Gaylen Sell, 315 Forty-first street NE; Leland A s k e r 1 s o n, Lisbon; Patricia Hodges, 1500 Oakland road NE; Harry Glavin, jr., 220 Fleet-wood road SW; Patricia Bemer, 817 Twentieth avenue SW; Paul Hartl, Alburnett; Thomas Sedlacek, 1118 Twentieth street SW; Barbara Chamberlain, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion; Allen Dahlhauser, 861 Seventeenth street SE; each fined and costs Raymond Al-kire, 1915 Fourth avenue SE; fined and costs. James Cal-1 a h a n Winthrop; Lawrence Hagerman, Fort Madison; David Rieck, Dubuque; James Jakubec, 2124 K street SW; Robert Neff, 1948 A avenue NE; Paul Hofer, Central City; Gregory Akers, Village Inn; Bradley Boyer, 5442 D avenue NW; Pamela Grimm, Solon; Cinda Hamblin, Hiawatha; Gary Umbdcnstock, 1002 B avenue NW; each fined and costs. Raymond Alkire, 1915 Fourth avenue SE; fined and costs. Improper operation of motorcycle Teddy Shedenhelm, 418 First avenne SW; lined and costs. Traffic signal violation Lillie Taylor. 3333 Pioneer avenue SE; fined and costs. Pedestrian right-of-way violation Kenneth Like, Mon-ticello; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Thomas VanDeusen, 801 C avenue NW; fined and costs. Alex Pledge, 219 Tenth avenue SE; Elaine Wilson, 804 Second avenue SW; each fined and costs. Permitting1 unauthorized person to drive James Hadrath, 1333 A avenue NE; fined and costs. Improper registration Teddy Shedenhelm, 418 First avenue SW; fined and costs. Following too close Joseph Prachos, route two. Cedar Rapids; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Robert Wenger, 411 Sixteenth street NE; fined and costs. Dave Knap pc, 1122 Twenty-fifth street SE; fined and costs. Reckless driving Gregg Anderson, 1905 Hillvicw drive, Marion; fined and costs. Dogs Without license Wi -liam Moore, 195 Fourth street SW; fined and costs. Driver on wrong side Scott Voctz, 1962 A avenue NE, fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Manchester Ralph Ort-borK, 75. Friday at 10 a.m., emperaturcs overnight and Indies o irecipltation: Anchorage L. Angeles .77 H Atlanta ....8167 Miami ..6B74.44 Bismarck ...1544.01 Minneapolis Bill Chicago ....7365.74 N, Orleans 9075 Denver ..7344.03 New York 8111 Dululh .715B Phoenix ...101 70 Honolulu IB 75 Scallle .4635 07 Houston BB BO Washington el to Extended Forecast Chance at rain Saturday through Monday. Highs from Ihe mid 70s lo ower BOs. Lows in the 60s. C. R. Weather High Wednesday Ch< Discrimir In Polic A complaint charg lice department am service commission discrimination has with the human righ sion by an unsucce cant to the police fore The civil service responded by saying unable to meet on th until its regular July because of work loa vious commitments. The complaint alle, cal examination adm applicants is design women from becorr officers. The complainant al was not told during any average against was competing. Ralph Coty, execu tary of the human mission, has disqua self from involveme case because he is a member of the ci commission. Four women took t three failed it, accor civil service commi; Low overnight Noon Thursday 1, p.m Thursday Precipitation Total for June Normal for June Normal through June 16.61 Total for 1974 Barometer steady Humidity al noon 71% Wind direction and velocity at 2p.m., S atHmpli. Sun rises Friday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 79; ow, 63; rainfall, None. Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck PtCldy Chicago Tsliwrs Cincinnati Shwrs Cleveland Shwrs Detroit Tshwrs Indianapolis Tshwrs 80-65 Kansas City Tshwrs 78-60 Milwaukee Tshwrs 77-62 Mpls.-St. Paul .Tshwrs 75-56 Okla. City Tshwrs 82-60 Dmaha Cloudy 3t Louis Tshwrs Sioux Falls PtCldy 71-50 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in LaCrosse (12) 6.7, rise .3 Lansing (18) 8.7, no change Dam 9 (18) 16.7, no change McGregor (18) 9.2, no change Guttcnberg (15) 7.8, no change Dubuque (17) 10.4, rise .2 Davenport (15) 8.7, fall .2 Keokuk (16) 11.2, Tall 1.2 Cedar at C.R. (13) 5.G2, rise 12 Coralville Lake level Thursday ..707.48 Births St. Luke's JUIIR 5 To the families of )cnnis Moser, 129 Northwood [rive, Hiawatha, a daughter; Dean Yuslia, Newhall, a daugh-cr; Guy Williamson, How-cy a son; Eugene Bender, 632 Waveland drive NW, a laughter; Jackey Hansel, 2613 tVcstwood drive NW, a daugh-cr; John Stanley, 1000 Rancy trcct, Hiawatha, a son. Marriage Licenses Harriet Yodcr and Daniel -oufal, Kristinc Bys and Jcf-cry Hughes, all of Cedar lapids. Kathleen Whitlatch and 3c o r g c Willard, both of vlarion. Mary Savits, Cedar Rapids, and Gary Sauscr, vlarion. Marriages Dissolved Penny Sue Ritchie and Jcf-rcy J. Keener. David Raymond ncl Nancy Fay Farmer. .1. and R. Joanne Meyers, lail I. and Donald G. Browncll. A. and Kenneth M. :ook, jr. Claudia N. and Allen X Tab In Pharmacy An undetermined drugs and from a ter were taken earl; in a breakin at the Pharmacy, 1508 Fi NE. The breakin was when officers noticet Front door was kick building was not pr an alarm system, pol Accused o Stealing Thomas W. Thurs 1431? Second avenue charged Wednesday breakin of a neighb ment. Thurston was arres nection with the brt day of an apartmen jy Steven Stoko al address. Police said clothing was taken in the flov 'car slntl' draft on their conditions. Mrs. Owens, her husband and another man were in the bills lo law truckers and printers. Inflated Prices' This is a marked change from; their predictions last v.'intcr that! Also, Kirshen araied in a time during the shoolingjT 120000 h I "nSr Dut managed to leave the house, j Andersen said Carr, shooling from a window, first wounded Sgts. Bernard Vcnditle and Guy Goodrich and Patrolmen James line army would probably fair0PminK statement. Ir. 9nrmnmnn chnrt farmers Ihe two soldi mcrs at inflated! They allege that in about 1973 the Kansas company began ad- ivcrtising and distributing pizza products under the same name, and thai the products arc not of compiled wilh "-ey would Krzemien, James Slattery and David Schlotman. Venditle, Goodrich and Kr- zemien were hospitalized and listed in serious condition and Slattery and Schlotman were in fair condition. Bystander Hit Booker Stubblefield, 48, iden- tified as a bystander, was shot at about the same time and was released after treatment. ires just that the army men and women in May, 103.9J' percent of its objective for that; month. (he promise thatj huy back the har- :st at above market prices." But, he said, "not one drop of seed was bought back." said that if all the sales made by Sarby and Wolf had been carried through, "Iowa would be five foot deep in oat seed." Kirshen further claims that the two "milked the profits" made by Interstate. Attorneys for both defendants admitted that Interstate was un- able to pay some of its bills but jthe same quality and caliber as the plaintiffs'. Plaintiffs arc Anton L. Naso, David C. Naso and Anton L. 'p'lLorenz Naso III, doing business fiC n....... as Tony's Pizza. Boy, 14, Nabbed for Assaulting 2 Women A 14-year-old boy was charged Wednesday wilh assaulting two I'omen. Police said Ihe youth grabbed the women in separate incidents as he rode past them on a bicycle while they were walking claimed that the intent was not to defraud. 'No Foresight' Sarby's lawyer said his client was not "blessed with fore- on sidewalks. The women were not hurt in Police started firing tear gas the incidents, which occurred into the house at about midnight Monday near Mercy hospital i but Carr refused to leave the and Tuesday in the 500 block oil _.._ Tuesday i.. house. The police chief, using alfjobban court SE. bullhorn, repeatedly urged Carri to "lay down your weapon ;n come out with your hands up'C R- Man lnlured One-Cycle Accident Theodore' Robert Osier, 23, of was shot shortly after 2 a.m. as 1521 Sixth avenue SE. was treat- he ran from behind a truck to a eel at St. Luke's hospital and police command car. He was released after a motorcycle ac- reported in satisfactory condi- ciclenl near Lisbon Tuesday j and that what began as !a promising business "went Police Pistol Contest, Board Meeting Planned The annual pistol shooting contest and board meeting of the Iowa Chiefs of Police and Peace Officers Assn. be and you will.not be harmed." Patrolman Harold Bloemerj tion. Flames and tear gas then morning. No other IBBYbv The Goillfe Co. and published ddlly and Sunday al Son Third aye. SE, Cedar RaDids, Iowa 52406. Second class postage paid al Cedar Rapids. Iowa. week Bv mall: Night Edition and Sunday 6'lssues S3.75 a month, 339.00 a year: Al- S3.S5 a month, 140.00 a year. Other slates and U.S. territories 160.00 a year. No Moil Subscriptions accepted In areas having held Saturday and Sunday in Cedar Rapids. The shooting contest, expect- ed to draw 160 law enforcement officers from the state, will be held Sunday on the police de- jpartment's gun range. The gun range will be open Saturday for practice. Spectators are wel- come for the contest. The 16-member board of directors will meet Saturday at the Roosevelt hotel to adopt a legislative program for the com- ing year. drove Carr from the building atjvolved and a.m. filed. vehicles were in-l no charges were; dusivclv to the use for reDunlicalion ol Ihe local news printed In this news- ger as well as all AP news disoalches. Useful items sell quickly with a low cost want ad. Dial 398- 8231 for every occasion! 1909 JOII'V K. LAPJES Convinlcnl downtown latalion MS 3rd Avc. Sli 365-flfill floral arfisiry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Contor 364-2146 "Gazette Want Ads Work Fine For Us" nectrlc il'ovi- lie. 3oo ilOI. STOVE SOLD Sieve Moon had 4 calls in 2 days. Don't put off using on action-ad. Dial 398-8234 from 8 lo 5 Monday thru Friday and until Noon Saturday.
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