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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Uh WE AINU EDICK AST $ Rain is expected Thursday night over parts of the middle Atlantic states, middle Mississippi valley and upper Rockies. Mostly fair elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weather High temperature* Wednesday, low temperatures overnight and Inches of precipitation: Anchorate i0 43 .03 L. Angeles .77 44 Atlanta ..8147 Miami 88 74.44 Bismarck 65 44 .04 Minneapolis 83 44 Chicago 73 45 .74 N. Orleans 90 75 Denver 73 44 .03 New York Bl 41 Duluth 74 58 Phoenix . 10170 Honolulu 88 75 Seattle 44 35 .07 Houston .. 88 80 Washington 81 40 Extended Forecast — Chance of rain Saturday through Monday. Highs from the mid 70s to lower 80s. Lows in the 60s. C. R. Weather High Wednesday .............79 Low overnight .............. 66 Noon Thursday ...............73 2 p.m. Thursday........... 69 Precipitation ............ Trace Total for June ............None Normal for June............5.21 Normal through June .....16.61 Total for 1974 ..............21.24 Barometer, steady ....... 29.60 Humidity at noon ..........71% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., S at 14 mph.' Sun rises Friday, 5:31; sun sets, 8:40. Year Ago Today — High, 79; low, 63; rainfall, None. Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy    66-44 Chicago.........Tshwrs    78-66 Cincinnati........Shwrs    79-65 Cleveland  Shwrs 78-64 Des Moines  Shwrs 74-59 Detroit........ Tshwrs    81-61 Indianapolis Tshwrs 80-65 Kansas City Tshwrs 78-60 Milwaukee Tshwrs 77-62 Mpls.-St. Paul .. Tshwrs 75-56 Okla. City Tshwrs 82-60 Omaha •  ........Cloudy    79-56 St. Louis .......Tshwrs 84-63 Sioux Falls PtCldy 71-50 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets:) 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 Guttenberg (15)    78,    no change Dubuque (17) 10.4, rise .2 Davenport (15) 8.7, fall .2 Keokuk (16) 11.2, fall 1.2 Cedar at C.R. (13) 5.62, rise .12 . Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday . ..707.48 Births — St. Luke's June 5 — To the families of Dennis Moser, 129 Northwood drive, Hiawatha, a daughter; Dean Yusha, Newhall, a daugh- (iin Williamson, Rowley, a son; eugene Bender, 2632 Waveland drive NW. a daughter; Jaekey Hansel, 2613 Westwood drive NW, a daughter; John Stapley, 1000 Raney street, Hiawatha, a son. Marriage Licenses Harriet Yoder and Daniel Coufal, Kristine Bys and Jeffery Hughes, all of Cedar Rapids. Kathleen Whitlatch and George Willard, both of Marion. Mary Savits, Cedar Rapids, and Gary SauserJ Marion. Marriages Dissolved Penny Sue Ritchie and Jeffrey J. Keener. David Raymond and Nancy Fay Farmer. Thomas J. and R. Joanne Meyers, Gail I. and Donald G. Brownell. Rebecca A. and Kenneth M Cook, Jr. Claudia N. and Allen I). Miller. Fires 1:39 p.m. Wednesday. Overheated grease at Gerber residence on Konigsmark road SW. 2:51 pm. Wednesday. Backfire through carburetor at 20 Wilson avenue SW. 9:25 p m. Wednesday. Defective grill at 2517 Sixteenth avenue SW. 11:11 p.m. Wednesday. Vent gas fumes from apartment at 127 ^ Thirty-third street NE. Magistrate’s Court Speeding — Craig McIntosh, Swisher; fined $40 and costs. Dwight Kuster, jr., 2012 H avenue NE; fined $35 and costs. Robert Houlahan, 817 Eighth street NW; Gay Ion Sell, 315 Forty-first street NE; Leland Askerlson, Lisbon; Patricia Hodges, 1500 Oakland road NE; Harry Glavin, jr., 220 Fleetwood road SW; Patricia Berner, 817 Twentieth avenue SW; Paul Hartl, Alburnett; Thomas Sedlacek, 1118 Twentieth street SW; Barbara Chamberlain, 700 Thirty-fifth st r e e t, Marion; Allen Dahlhauser, 861 Seventeenth street SE; each fined $30 and costs. Raymond Allure, 1915 Fourth avenue SE; fined $25 and costs. James Cal-1 a h a n , Winthrop; Lawrence Hagerman, Fort Madison; David Ricck, 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; Cl n d a Hamblin, Hiawatha; Gary Umbdenstock, 1002 B avenue NW; each fined $20 and costs. Raymond Alkire, 1915 Fourth avenue SE; fined $15 and costs. Improper operation of motorcycle — Teddy Shedcnhelm, 418 First avcnne SW; fined $10 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Lillie Taylor. 3333 Pioneer avenue SE; fined $10 and costs. Pedestrian right-of-way violation — Kenneth Like, Monticello; fined $100 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Thomas VanDeusen, 801 C avenue NW; fined $15 and costs. Alex Pledge, 219 Tenth avenue SE; Elaine Wilson. 804 Second avenue SW; each fined $10 and costs. Permitting unauthorized person to drive — James Hadrath, 1333 A avenue NE; fined $20 and costs. Improper registration — Teddy Shedcnhelm, 418 First avenue SW; fined $10 and costs. . Follow ing too close — Joseph Prachos, route two. Cedar Rapids; fined $30 and costs. Faulty equipment — Robert Wenger, 411 Sixteenth street NE; fined $15 and costs. Dave Knappe, 1122 Twenty-fifth street SE; fined $10 and costs. Reckless driving — Gregg Anderson, 1905 Hillview drive, Marion; fined $50 and costs. Dogs Without license — William Moore, 195 Fourth street SW; fined $20 and costs. Driver on wrong side — Scott Voetz, 1962 A avenue NE; fined $25 and costs. Sigourney—Carl Ford, 88. Friday at 1:30, Holm’s. Decorah — Mrs. Carsten Smith, 95. Saturday at ll, First Lutheran church. Steine’s. Flheron—Richard Haack, 48. Saturday at ll, Immaculate Conception church, Clutier. Rosary, Friday at 8, Fellmet’s, Keystone, where friends may call after IO a m. Friday. Traer—Mrs. Ernest Mundon, 76. Saturday at ll, Erickson’s. Independence — Hazel Orcutt, 85. Saturday at ll at White’s. Earl L. Fowler Earl liouis Fowler, 62, of 700 First avenue NW, died Thursday in an Iowa City hospital following a long illness. Born June! 17, 1911, in Coggon, he had been a Cedar Rapids resident 46 years. Mr. Fowler was an iron worker for Messinger Corp. He was a veteran of World war II. Survivors include seven sons, Karl, jr., of Brooklyn, N.Y., Donald, Miami, Eugene, Ixrng Island, N Y., Mike, Greenville, S C., Robert, Patrick and Tim, Cedar Rapids; two daughters, Coleen Mosier and Debra Wal-lerick, both of Cedar Rapids; 22 grandchildren; one greatgrandchild; his mother, Mrs ! Thomas F’owler, Cedar Rapids;, five brothers, Raymond, Orange Park, Fla., Eldon, St. Paul,; Gerald, Marion, Paul, Cedar Rapids, and Robert, louisville, Ky. Services: Turner chapel east Monday at 10:30 a.m. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends- may call at the chapel after 4 p.m. Friday. —Sniper— (Continued Rom Page I.) been visiting Carr and a bystander. Burglary, Auto Theft Andersen said Carr had been convicted of burglary and auto Say Marijuana The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Thurs., June. 6, 1974 Found on Linn Federal Trial Begins on Jail Prisoner Seed Oafs Fraud Charges through no fault of his Authorities Wednesday    night discovered what was said    to be ....    .    ,    la marijuana cigaret in the pos- theft charges, and newspaper session of    jnm;it( , a( (h( , ,' Jnn files showed he was in the Ne-'county jail.    Cedar Rapids federal court, braska penal    complex in    1972. j Kevin Meyer, 19, of    2740    In    opening    arguments,    Asst. According    to    the    police ac* Worthington drive SW,    was    U.S.    Atty.    Alan    Kirshen    said    he count-    being frisked during a routine expects the trial to last “a coup- Carr had held off police since shak ^ dow " whcn ,he cigaret lo three weeks.” .    .    „    ,    .....was found.    Defendants in the case are a ou .3) p.m., a er is a How Meyer, who us serving a|^ er t Wolf, Cedar Falls, and brother, Jesse McDondld f 44 ,    30*dsy    sentence for possession    leucine Scirby, Waterloo, and the was wounded in the house and     0 f drugs, obtained the mari-    I' rrn the y    allegedly operated, officers were summoned.    juana    was unknown to Linn    interstate    Seed Brokers, Inc., Mrs. Harry Owens, who lives     count y    sheriff’s officials. Meyer    Waterloo. was to have been released June    Fraud    Scheme 15. The jury trial of two men j broke” charged with operating a fraud- client. ulent seed oats sale scheme Wolf’s attorney said ‘‘outside opened Thursday morning in factors” caused Interstate to fail, and that no fraud was in volved. He added that “if every business that went broke was charged with fraud, the courts would be 15 20 years behind.” Pizza Company Files Petition On Trade Name on the first floor of the house, said she had called McDonald to say Carr was ill and needed $10. i She said McDonald then went to the house and was shot as he left the apartment. McDonald’s condition was not reported. ‘‘Sniper Situation” A ‘‘sniper situation” devel Enlistment Goal Topped by Army WASHINGTON (AP) — The volunteer army topped its enlistment objective in May for the first time this year. Citing this and other indica-l failed ,0 denver a iny seed The owners of Tony’s Pizza in According to Kirshen. the pair (Linn county are seeking a court conducted a ‘‘very sophisticated order barring Tony’s Pizza Co., and complicated fraud scheme” Inc., of Kansas from advertising between July of 1972 and April and distributing pizza products of 1973.    in    the    county under the name He claims they sold seed deal- Tony’s Pizza, erships for as much as $2,500, In a petition filed in Linn dis-but failed to pay promised com- trict court the Linn county commissions and in most cases pany owners claim they have been operating under that name Memorial Services Fly, Henry Sturges, jr. — Turner chapel east at 3:30 p.m. Thursday by the Rev. John Shew. There was a cremation committal. Martinson, Lisa Jane Turner chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Thursday by the Rev. Earl A. Huebner. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Woman Charges Discrimination In Police Test A complaint charging the police department and the civil service commission with sex discrimination has been filed with the human rights commission by an unsuccessful applicant to the police force. The civil service commission responded by saying it will be unable to meet on the complaint until its regular July I meeting, because of work loads and previous commitments. The complaint alleges a physical examination administered to applicants is designed to keep women from becoming police officers. The complainant also says she was not told during the test of any average against which she was competing. Ralph Coty, executive secretary of the human rights commission, has disqualified himself from involvement with the case because he is an ex-officio member of the civil service commission. Four women took the test, and three failed it, according to the civil service commission. Drugs, $70 Taken In Pharmacy Breakin An undetermined amount of drugs and $70 from a cash register were taken early Thursday in a breakin at the Paramount Pharmacy, 1508 First avenue NE. The breakin was discovered when officers noticed the glass front door was kicked in. The building was not protected by an alarm system, police said. Iowa Deaths Manchester — Ralph berg, 75. Friday at IO Bohnenkamp’s. Ort- a.m.. For Any Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS PIERSON'S FLOWER SHOP Tour f f D Horn* IHM I His Blvd. NW Kl OWL KPHONK MtlK2S Man Accused of Stealing Clothing Thomas W. Thurston, 34, of 1431? Second avenue SE, was charged Wednesday with the breakin of a neighbor’s apart-! ment. Thurston was arrested in connection with the breakin Monday of an apartment occupied by Steven Stoko at the same address. Police said clothing valued at $75 was taken in the breakin. Demos To Pick Candidate for Supervisor Race The Linn county Democratic convention has been called back into session next Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Knights of Columbus hall to nominate a candidate for county supervisor. Anita Terpstra, chairman of the central committee, said Thursday Michael Blouin will be keynote speaker for the convention. Blouin won the party’s nomination in the primary election in the race for Second district congressman. The recalling of the county convention is necessary because none of the five candidates for the party’s nomination for supervisor won the 35 percent of tihe votes necessary for nomination. Mrs. Terpstra said the convention will adopt its own rules for selection of a candidate, although the rules committee will present recommendations. Supervisor William Martin, who did not seek re-election and was defeated in the primary race for county attorney nomination, said Thursday he was not, as rumored, interested in the supervisor nomination. He said the reason he did not seek the supervisor nomination in the primary was that he wants to practice law more than is possible while serving as supervisor. He said it would not be fair to the five candidates who ran in the primary. Those candidates and the number of votes they received in the primary are Stanley Ginsberg, 2,298:    Loren    Capron. 2,097; Tom Neenan. 1,757; Paul Huber, 1,061, and Larry Reading, 876 oped after the first police ar- tors < Pentagon officials now pre-j Kirshen also contends they in Linn county since 1955 and rived Patrolmen William Fer- dlct the arm y wdl hit or come did not pay for 19.000 bushels of have registered the name with retti and Edward Hale were close to its target of 781.600 men seed and were also negligent in the county recorder and secre- wounded at about the same time b V June 30, the end of the firEt paying bills to newspapers, Itary of state. as Nif'lrk Thnro was no ronnrt f ud y ear since the draft law truckers and printers.    They allege that in about 1973 on their conditions.    ; dil d    'Inflated    Prices'    the Kansas company began ad- w    .    /    .    ,    , This is a marked change from    ,    vertising and distributing pizza a not hor mnn^woro in ^h^honvo , * leir P red * c ti° ns last winter that' A ^ s ,°* Kirshen argued in his products under the same name, I .    ,    ,    ,    .    tho army would probably fall °P enm K statement, the two sole an( j the products arc not of for a time during the shooting abou , 2Q ^ me|) shor ,     iS eed to farmers at inflated the same qualjly and ca , iber as but managed to leave the house. , f    compiled    show    P rices wi,h the P romise ,hat the plaintiffs'. eni r     An r    * u . n t men and women in May, 103.9    „    »»«-»• David C. Naso and- Anton L. Goodrich and Patrolmen lames P ercent of its objective for that “L he sa J d ’ " ot onedropof { N Iii, doing business Goodrich and Patrolmen James mon(h    .    seed was bought back.” He    • ____________ _ sa,d that if all the sales made! 3 _______ ii .m    by Sarby and Wolf had been    _    ,.    . Boy, 14,    Nabbed for    carried through, “Iowa would    P0IIC6    Pistol Krzemien, James Slattery and David Schlotman. Venditte, Goodrich and Krzemien were hospitalized listed in serious condition and Assaulting 2 Women be five foot deep in oat seed.”    .^4.    I a "<l A 14-year-old boy was charged JKirshen furlthen claims that Contest, board Slattery and Schlotman were in Wedncsday with assaulting two "V* 0 , .     P    Meetina    Ptanned fair condition.    women.    made by Interstate.    ivied mg riaimcu Bystander Hit    Police    said    the    youth grabbed    [ 0T ,    *° ih t     defendants    The annual pistol shooting p , c , ... ..    ., I the women in separate incidents j 3 ?! 711 !    Interstate    was    un-cutest and board meeting of Booker Stubblefield. 48. iden- ^ he ^     them    Qn    g    able to pay some of its bills but the Iowa Chiefs of Police and tified as a bystander, was shot bj , whu .    , ki    claimed that the intent was not p ea ce Officers Assn. will be of oKaiiI fRn comn ♦ s rn a on/I tnoc J    J    to    JI    ^    f     M J    -    -    „    .    .    _ at about the same time and was released after treatment. on sidewalks. , The women were not hurt in Police started firing tear gas the incidents, which occurred into the nouse at about midnight Monday near Mercy hospital to defraud.    held Saturday and Sunday in ‘No Foresight’    Cedar Rapids. Sarby’s lawyer said his client The shooting contest, expect- but Carr refused to leave the anc | Tuesday in the 500 block    ,? 0t    .    * es    ,     wl L     11 house. The police chief, using a Cobban court SE    sight,    and    that    what    began bullhorn, repeatedly urged Carr__ to “lay down your weapon and come out with your hands up and you will not be harmed.” Patrolman Harold Bloemer a promising business C. R. Man Injured in One-Cycle Accident Theodore' Robert Oster, 23, of was shot shortly after 2 a.m. as 1521 Sixth avenue SE, was treat-he ran from behind a truck to a cd at St. Luke’s hospital and police command car. He was released after a motorcycle ac-reported in satisfactory condi- cidcnt near Lisbon Tuesday lion.    morning. Flames and tear gas then! No other vehicles were in-’ drove Carr from the building at volved and no charges were fore _ cd to draw 160 law enforcement officers from the state, will be “went! held Sunday on the police department’s gun range. The gun (the Mixt ftnpirU CO:ijefh ran S e will be open Saturday for practice. Spectators are welcome for the contest. The 16-member board of directors will meet Saturday at the Roosevelt hotel to adopt a legislative program for the coming year. Established in 1883 bv The Gaietle Co ana published dolly and Sunday at SOO Third ave. SE, Cedar Rapids. Iowa 52406 Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 2:05 a.m. filed. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cents a week. By mail: Night Edition and Sunday 6 issues S3 75 a month, $39 OO a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday J issues $3 85 a month, $40 OO a year. Other states ond U S territories $60 OO a year. No Mail Subscriptions accepted in areas having Gaxette carrier service. The Associated Pres* is entitled Useful items sell quickly with exclusively to the use for republication of a low COSt Want ad. Dial 398- all the local news printed in this news- paper as well as oil AP news dispatches. 8231. - ' -J Texaco Boosts Prices on Fuel NKW YORK (UPI) — Texaco. Inc., Thursday announced immediate increases of one cent a gallon in the wholesale price of diesel and tractor fuels and two cents a gallon for home heating oil. flowers can say everything O FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8I39 Phone Answered 24 Hours Every Day flowers for every occasion! since 1909 LAPE* .iou* i-:. (•nvtnitnl downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE 305-0511 floral artistry ewe (ten FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Conter 364-2146 “Gazette Want Ads Work Fine For Us” 36 ' USED tloctrlc stow $30. 366 Atle STOVE SOLD Steve Moon had 4 calls in 2 days. Don’t put off using an action-ad. Dial 398-8234 from 8 to 5 Monday thru Friday and until Noon Saturday. It's the right way Funeral service is a matter of caring, then doing. A funeral director must be genuinely concerned ... and then demonstrate this concern by providing the finest and most complete assistance he can. At least this is the way Stan Lawrence looks at it, and families served here seem to agree that it's the right way. MARION CENTER POINT CENTRAL CITY SPRINGVILLE WALKER    COGGON and in Cedai Rapids THE BEATTY BEURIE CHAPEL ”1 ; UVV*- 'T-’ VI-I itll' (cl wi iv" w.