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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ** T,0 ™L" U,HM    ii    met UH WI ATMI ft I OtpC’ASI #^'*y lyiyn^    ft    AIA y* •:    '    •    Snow - J •    ,.v..«     rr    1    ^     rr .........     -......--------- Showers and thunderstorms are expected Thursday night, moving east across the middle and north Atlantic states and parts of the upper plains. Fair elsewhere. Monoxide Kills Two Children As They Sleep SUNDANCE, Wyo. (AP) Carbon monoxide gas .seeping into a camper claimed the lives of two Iowa children Wednesday about 23 (piles west of here on interstate 90. The Wyoming highway patrol identified the two as Patricia Joslin, 5, and- Evonne Joslin, 3, children of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Joslin, Anamosa. The patrol said the children were sleeping in the camper and when the parents stopped the vehicle to check on them, the two girls were found dead. The patrol said the parents had also stopped to check on the children while in Sundance, but apparently discovered nothing wrong. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., .Inly 4, 1974 Arthur L. Werner Arthur Lange Werner, 80, of 1538 E avenue NE, died Wednesday. Born Oct. 14, 1893, in Cedar Rapids, he was a retired steam-fitter with the Chandler Co. Ile served with the army in World war I and was a member of Experts Testify Atwell Conner Woman Taken Hostage in Is Believable! Robbery at Independence By Bertha Finn Injuries in 4 Crashes in Cedar Rapids The Weather Extended Forecast — Chance of showers and thunderstorms Saturday through Monday. Lows Saturday through Monday. lx)ws, mid 60s to mid 70s. Highs, 80s and 90s. A six-year-old boy was in fair condition in St. Luke's hospital’s intensive care ward Thursday morning as the result of a car-pedestrian accident Wednesday afternoon. Jimmie D. Bendon, son of ,    Sharon Bendon, 374 Eighth ave- C. R. Weather     nue sw,    suffered possible head High Wednesday ............ 90    injuries when he    dashed into the Low overnight ...............68    street in front of    a car driven by ll a.m. Thursday ............77    Earl H. Kray,    132 Josephine Rainfall ......................18    lane NW. Total for July ................18    The accident occurred in the Normal for July ............3.58    300 block of Eighth avenue SW. Normal through July ......20.19    No charges were filed. Total for 1974 ..............30.12    *    *    * Barometer, rising .........29.96    | n another incident, a motor- Humidity at noon ......70%j    cyclist suffered minor injuries Wind direction and velocity at after an    accident Wednesday atli a.m., NNW at 16 mph.    ternoon. Sun rises Friday, 5:37; sun     Kevin B Callies 22 of 126 City Briefs Jewelry Stolen — Ed Callahan, route one, Alburnett, reported $95 worth of jewelry was taken from a locked case in a booth at the All-Iowa fair. * * * Recorder Stolen — Brad Schubert, rural Marion, told police a —All-Iowa— (Continued from Page I.) college had the third place barrow. Judging opened Thursday and will continue Friday in the open beef and swine shows and in the 4-H and FFA junior livestock competition. In other competition, entries in the final section of the Garden Flower show will arrive Friday morning. * * * INDEPENDENCE — One harmed at the farm. Mrs. Shan-ANAMOSA Two nolunr^nh y° un g woman was taken bos- rlon suffered minor wounds on expeT“day .ald ?hef Se 'age and another woman sot- ^ hand authorities said, when eapero rriaay sam iney relieve) 6    .    iCriswell    fired    the    rifle    at    her, Atwell .Junior Conner, 29 of fcred super ft ct a I gunshot!-^ b(j||et kn0fked h( , r near Bertram, answered    their    wounds to the hand early Thurs-1off her arm Hanford post    of    the American    questions honestly during    inter,    ^ in lhe    aftermath of an With the aid of deputy sheriffs —4ss»sar "brrr “" ~~srxsffxs-s£ Wvirn*    Ili    a    SflturHav    at     A PP carin R at a hearing con-    and his tracking dog, policemen Services.    a,in.    Satuiday    at     cern j ng admissibility of    their    Buchanan    county authorities jrom Haz | eton and a f | ying scr _ testimony were Carl Flump, are ho f ld,n ?.. tv J.° ^‘dependence vjce hc j icopter from waterloo. Wheeling, III., and Robert J™ 0 ’ ,Jan u Criswell, 2J, andjauthorities began searching for Myun, Moline, III.    'terry Wen 8 er ’ 20 > P endin ^ ar ‘ the suspects. “It is my opinion,’’ Flump (<ll ” nn1( nt -    An    estimated 25 to 30 men said, “that this person (Conner) Charges stemming from in_ were involved in the effort, can be believed,”    cidents    surrounding the armed    Criswell and Wenger were ap- In Myun’s opinion, there was ropery st 1.30 Thursday ofjprehended about 6:20 a m. no deception by Conner in his ^ ave s t av(, rn i n downtown In-^Thursday, about three miles answers during polygraph ques- dependence are pending against    north    of    the    Shannon    farm.    No tioning.     the tww * Thc tavern is owncd ^    shots    were fired at    officers dur- Myun, however, said he wasj^ ave ^ rau 8h° n -    ing    pursuit,    a    deputy    reported, (unable to positively identify Authorities claim the two Conner because of the lapse of suspects entered the tavern, one time since he last saw him and a »' m ed with a rifle, the other due to the fact that he talked w »th a pistol, and ordered those with him for only a short time, present to lie on the floor, after Cedar Rapids Police Chief wh ‘ch several shots were fired. Wallace LaPeters also was slat-    Took    $50    wirw    ddamou    a cd to appear at the hearing A ftor pmntvine tho cash reeis-    . BRANCH An agency Wednesday afternoon to offpr , emptying the cash regis-| providing in-home treatment for wednesday afternoon to offer, ter of about $o0 the robbers ; chi]dren who mi „ ht ot h erw jse his views regarding the value of taking a customer Carolyn _..r i f ____ Beatty-Beurle chapel by the Rev. Allan C. Page. Burial: Linwood. Military services will be conducted at the grave by the American Legion. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Friday. Friends may, if they wish, contribute to the American legion building fund, tho Cancer society or a charity of their choice. David Auman David Rozelle Auman, 94, of 508 Second street SW, died Wednesday following a long illness. Born Feb. 9, 1880, in Todd-ville, he farmed until his retirement in 1945, and was a lifelong resident of the Cedar Rapids area. Surviving are two sons, George L, of Cedar Rapids, and William H., of rural Amana; a (More Briefs on Page 44.) Twenty-first avenue SW, fell off his motorcycle near 2711 Mt. Vernon road SE. A car made a sets, 8:45. Year Ago Today — High, 84; low, 64, precipitation, none. Births — St. Luke's left turn in front of him, police july 3 — To the families of said, and Callies avoided hitting Maurice Derrick, 910 Maple- j be car by laying the motorcycle on the ground. ♦ * * One driver was charged in connection with a three-car ac- wood drive NE, a son; Arlyn Voss. Walker, a daughter; David Adams, 5405 Sixth street SW, a son; Larry Thomas. 2240 Fallbrook drive NE, a daughter. Births — Mercy July 3 — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tauber, 1035 Fourteenth avenue SE, a son. Fires cident late Wednesday which injured two persons. Randy C. Miller, 1707 Second avenue SE, was charged with failure to have his vehicle under 9:29 a.m. Wednesday. Over-    ,    .    ,• loaded extension cord to air-1 control. According to police le- conditioner at 453 Eighth ave ports, Miller made a right turn at Nineteenth street and First avenue East, lost control of his car, crossed the center line and struck two cars. nue SW. 4:53 p.m. Wednesday. Smoke nuisance from controlled burn-ins south of Hawkeye Downs road SW. 6:17 p.m. Wednesday. Resuscitator call at 426 Thirty-second street NE. 10:33 p.m. Wednesday. Checked out gas dryer at 3224 Eden lane SW. 11:02 p.m. Wednesday. Power outage at 418 Second street NE. Iowa Deaths Fairfax — Nelis E. Weiand, 86. Saturday at 10:30 at St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Visitation at Teahcn chapel, Cedar Rapids, Friday until 9 p m. Blairstown — Matt T. Kimm, 87. Saturday at ll, Halvorson’s, where friends may call after 9 Friday. Williamsburg — William Maxey, 20. Saturday at 18, St. Mary’s Catholic church, Iowa City. Rosary Friday at 8, George L. Gay’s, Iowa City, where friends may call after Friday morning. Calmar — Eugene Broihier, 92. Services were held Thursday at IO at St. Aloysius church. French’s was in charge. St. Lucas — Minnie Goerend, 80. Friday at ll, St. Luke’s Catholic church. Rosary Thursday at 8, ChekaTs, Fort Atkinson. Decorah — Fred C. Rock, 85. Friday at 2, Decorah Lutheran church. Steinc’s. Decorah — Henry Knopf. 87, Highland township. Steine’s. Ladora — Melvin Thompson,(normal policy regarding tree 45, Richland Center, Wis. Ser-|jj mbs g OCS b ac k info effect Mon- tape recorder valued at $150 was stolen while he was working at 321 Third street SE. * * * Bags Gone — Ray Wiel, 6040 Crestridge avenue SW, said someone stole $32 worth of sleeping bags from his garage recently. *    *    * House Entered — Donald Finch, 4525 Ozark street NE, reported a thief entered his house through the rear door Tuesday night and stole a purse containing $5 cash. The purse, minus the cash, was later recovered. *    *    * Stereo Stolen    — Valentina Brown. 361 Sixteenth street SE, said a $100 stereo set was stolen from her car while it was parked at her home. *    *    * Lumber Theft — B J. Triekey of May’s City Bowling Lanes reported shingles and lumber valued at $236 were stolen recently from near the bowling alley, 1648 Trent street SW. ♦ * * Cash Missing — Sue Parker, 4325 E avenue NE, reported her billfold containing $32 in cash was taken while she was shopping at Younkers. *    *    * Gun Stolen — Police said a daughter, Opal M. Henry, of Almost 1,000 youngsters and Cedar Rapids; nine grand- Families, Inc. Opens Doors In West Branch parents were on hand for Wednesday afternoon’s first staging of “The Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig Show”. But threatening skies and rain slowed attendance by mid-after-noon. ..Final tally for the day was 6,625 compared to 7,285 for Kid’s day a year ago. * * * children, ten great-grandchildren, 14 great-great-grandchil-dren and two great-great-great-grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel east at 1:30 p.m. Saturday by Michael Hall. Burial: Shiloh cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral chapel. Hart H. Myers Hart H. Myers, 85, of 121 Fifth avenue SW, died Wednesday after a short illness. Born May 20, 1889, he was a lifetime res-j on our P art -’ ident of Cedar Rapids and was self-employed as a truck driver most of his life. . .Carl Franks, 631 Sixteenth avenue SW, received the “tri-color award” for the best entry in the fresh flower arrangement competition in the All-Iowa Garden Flower show. Franks also had a blue ribbon winner in the niche competition, Surviving are his wife, Laura while his wife, Delores, earned | rene - a daughter, Grace Lines, three blue ribbons in artistic ar- phoenix; 'a stepdaughter, Mrs. rangements and one in the \y 0 rthan, Cedar Rapids; a niche arrangements.    sister,    Grace    Hubbard,    Clinton, T op award for the best ar- and grandsons, rangement using dried material services: Friday at 1:30 p.m. nolvprmh result* as evidence 1^’ t3king 3 cu J st0mc J r Caro, y n be referred for institutional 20 ' ,ndepcndcncc ' 35 p |a " has opcned in West the courtroom until 8:30 a.m.i ...    ...    . •    , ,     a ' Authorities immediately The Families, Inc., pilot proj- began searching the city and ect, administered by Michael became    suspicious when    a car    Ryan who    is    on    leave from owned by Ray    Wenger,    Larry    directorship    of    the    Scott county Wenger’s father, was missing.! department of social services, Buchanan Sheriff Joe Holgate, will serve a six county area- accompanied by an Indepen-.Scott, Muscatine, Washington, dence policeman and a deputy 1 Johnson, Linn and Cedar. sheriff,    headed    for the    Leroy    Officers are    Mary Ferguson, Shannon farm six miles north of Titon, president; Frank Rhom- Independence. Shannon is Cris- ber, Davenport; vice-president; well’s brother-in-law.    Mrs. Torn Kron, Washington, Authorities said the Wenger;secretary, and Ethan Spr&ston, Friday and were not present for the hearing. —Burger— (Continued from Page I.) because he has held it nearly four years, the commission said Not Relevant not “warrant any further action $50 hand gun was stolen from Safety Sales and Service, 801 Eighth avenue SE, sometime Tuesday or Wednesday. Jane Kinney, 333 Forest drive SE, driver of the second car, was not injured. Jo Annette Bex, 18, of HOI Memory lane SE, driver of the third car, and her passenger Joan Souchek, 17,    A • j. of 924 Norwood drive SE, suf-j Charges Against fered minor injuries and werej I ^ L _ c ^ CL ..'XX treated at St. Luke’s hospital 'JOn nSon ONG it Ti and released. ^ ^ Dropped by Court South IOWA CITY — A case against John I,. Arjes, 550 Twelfth street, Marion, was treated by a private doctor for minor injuries he suffered when his car struck one driven by Sandra K. Lindeken, 396 Thirty-fourth street SE. She was charged with failure to signal. Police said the Lindeken car had attempted to park, but then pulled back into the lane of traffic, and was struck by the Arjes’ car in the HOO biock of First avenue East Wednesday. went to Mrs. Charles Rohlena, 2407 Victoria drive SW, who also had seven other blue ribbon winners in artistic design and horticulture. Vicky Prachar, route 2, and (Friday until services. Cindy Gaumon, 819 F avenue    - NW, each were awarded four; Memorial Services blue ribbons in the junior competition. Other young people winners in artistic design and Heidi Anderson, route I, and Sue Gaumon, 819 F avenue NW. Mrs. Robert Rohlena, route 2, dominated the competition in panel arrangements with four blue ribbon entries. She also had two winners in the horticulture classes.    I    *    J    D    LL Chloris ll club of Cedar Ar ITI 6 Cl KODDGTS Rapids earned a total of six blue ribbons in the horticulture, panel and design classes. Also winning a first place award was Mrs. James Venneman, 4403 J TOLEDO — An armed rob-Lee street NE, for an artistic j ^ at Gene > s Super Va iu gro at Stewart funeral home by the Rev. Paul A. Scheidt of Concordia Lutheran church. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at the funeral home from 9 a.m. Parsley, Helen Scherler Turner chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Friday by Clifford Kep-hart. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner east until IO a m. Friday. The casket will not I be opened after the service. Raftis, James T. — IO a.m. Saturday at Greek Orthodox church. Visitation at Cedar Memorial funeral home. Get $500-$600 At Toledo Store The commission said Burger made false statements on his! .. ,    . .___... job application about his educa- ^ ehlc ' e waa Paring    to leave Manon,    treasurer. lion and previous earnings but the . Sh ? n " on "»>*»““ they . rhc Iowa department of scuta this material was not relevanl arrived. However the    two sits- services    signed the    purchase    of to bis OS-14 rating and thus did abandoned the car there service contract which provides e    or.a nod on toof    f or $125,000 project using 75 per cent federal and 25 percent state money. The school of social work at the University of Iowa will be responsible for training and orientation of in-home workers and In Hotel Blaze (evaluation of the project. Families, Inc., will accept re-HOUSTON (AP) — firemen ,f erra j s f rom county social ser-correct and his higher    job rat-    searched through the rubble of     v j ce departments    late this sunking thus resulted from    a com-    a hotel for more bodies    Thurs-     m er. mission error, giving it no (day while authorities questioned    ____ choice but to let his    appoint-    a resident charged with    setting     M i-    i    J    rv ment stand.    the fire that destroyed it.     INe,,s    we,ana    u,es It also said its staff had assumed from reading Burger’s application that his experience! was greater than an investigation found it to be. But the commission said the information supplied by him was factually and fled on foot Hostage Unharmed The hostage had been left un- Arson Charged It said Burger is now qualified Three bodies were found after for the GS-14 rating.    the fire swept the old four-story He probably would have been Dixie hotel Wednesday. Fire- arrangement. the Johnson county sheriff’s department and Sheriff Gary Hughes brought by a prisoner in the Johnson county jail was dropped Wednesday afternoon. Jerold Sies had claimed he was the object of a police “setup” when on June 19 a quantity! Only 242 votes were cast in of marijuana allegedly was The Gazette’s straw poll at the planted on his person by a po- All-Iowa fair Wednesday — the lice informer.    lowest number since Sies also contended Sheriff day’s 219. Hughes had harassed him and Culver, Ray Continue Lead In Straw Poll opening eery store at about 3:45 a.m. Thursday netted two men between $500 and $600, according to store manager Ray Kenyon. The store is located on the south edge of Toledo on U.S. highway 63. Police said that two males, one with long blond hair and the other with long brown hair. eligible for a GS-12 position based on his actual experience instead of the GS-14 he was awarded, said Bernard Rosen, commission executive director. The GS-12 job would have paid about $5,000 less a year. Wife’s Income Burger averaged a salary of $3,270 <nnual!y from Crowell & Co., Inc., a Virginia real estate firm, during his last three years as a salesman for the firm, company files showed. But he included his wife’s income with his own when he applied for the GSA job, Rosen said, an error he corrected before the investigation. Burger’s GSA personnel file showed he attended American university in Washington from 1954-1956 and from 1960-61. But university records showed that he was a student only in 1954-55 and in 1961 and went back to school part-time in 1971-72. men feared more might be in the ruins. Several persons were injured but none was believed seriously hurt. Investigators said David I Speer, 23, was charged with arson. --Reservations- (Continued from Page I.) developments are in the offing. One development not counted on, however, was a wire service article Wednesday which again listed an incorrect telephone number. This time the area code was wrong, and people using the number will end up talking to someone in Quebec. The toll-free number for reservations is 800-553-8425. The toll-charge number is 319-363-0221. —Vets— (Continued from Page I.) Kissinger Gives News Of Summit to Belgian BRUSSELS (AP) — Secretary cemetery. There will be a Rosa- After Long Illness FAIRFAX - Nelis E. Weiand. 86, of Fairfax, retired lumber and grain dealer at Walford, died Wednesday after a long illness. Born March 28. 1888, at Walford, he was a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic church, Knignts of Columbus, Fourth Degree Bowen General Assembly, Elks and for several years was on the board of directors of the American Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. of Des Moines. He was married to Mary Kathryn Shea at Fairfax, Sept. 9, 1914. Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons, Dr. Regis Weiand, Cedar Rapids, and Curtis W'eland, Phoenix; two daughters, Mrs. Carl Stallman, Walford, and Mrs. Verne Miller, Norway, 21 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; two sisters, Nora LeGrand, Cedar Rapids, and Anna Yanecek, Walford. Services: St. Patrick’s church. Fairfax, Saturday at 10:30 a m. by the Rev. John Breitbach. Burial: St. Patrick’s nnLrnH thJ .inrn Sh     Paris    a ccords    be    im-    Of    State    Kissinger    had    a    break-    ry    by    Father    Breitbach    Friday Cntei ed the store with nylon I , ,    fact    r>nnfAmru<a     , r , hiit*orla\7    With    at    R-'in    nm    at    Tnahnn    rh    a    not Old Limb Policy Effective Monday The sanitation department’s vices were held Monday in day. Richland Center. Monona — Otto Rossbach, 69.t Since the high winds and re- Friday at 1:30, St. Paul Lu- suiting damage June 20. city picking theran church. Schultz’. Brooklyn — Carmen Thorpe, 67, Des Moines. Nevenhoven’s. Toledo — Mrs. Thomas J. Wacha, 79. 2 p.m. Saturday, Henderson’s. Independence — Adam Michael Siggelkov, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Sig-Kclkov. Saturday at 11, White’s Independence Henry Funk. White’s Independence    Matthew Krempges, 62. White's. Independence — Hazel Simmons, 71. White’s. Mrs. Leo McCabe, crews have been picking up branches and limbs left for collection, regardless of size. After 3:30 p.m. Monday, they will pick up only branches and limbs less than five inches in diameter and four feet in length, tied in bundles, as designated in M j the municipal code. Public Works Director Wayne Murdock said residents have had ample time to clean up damage caused by the storm, kept him in maximum security even though he was a work release prisoner. Another case is pending in which Sies is attempting to collect damages for the alleged marijuana episode. Sies contends he was asked to bring pipe tobacco back to the jail following a day on work release and that marijuana was planted inside the tobacco can in an attempt to discredit him. The charges of harassment against Sheriff Hughes and the department were dropped at the direction of the court. stockings covering their faces. That brought the grand total | Both wore u s army fie | dj jackets, and one was armed j obn Marshall. John Young of (with a double-barrel shotgun. They reportedly forced two cast for the first six days of the fair to 1,774. Congressman John Culver be-came    the    first candidate    i% mploycS- Mary Roby    and Rob- crack    the    1,000 mark when    ne bje Sad , crj , ie on    tlw noor> and one fired into the    cash reg ister. Kenyon said the unusually high amount of money in the plemented With a Viet Cong flag flying from a statue of Chief Justice received 373 votes Wednesday, sending his grand total to 1,161. Culver is the Democratic candidate for U. S. senator. His Republican opponent is State Rep. David Stanley, who got 65 Arlington Heights, III., a former POW, said: “We’re here to ask the people who say they represent the rest of the people of the country to implement the agreements which one year ago secured my release.” Ron Kovic, a spokesman for fast conference Thursday with at 8:30 p.m. at Teahen chapel, Belgian Prime Minister Leo Cedar Rapids, where friends Tindemans, launching a round may call Friday until 9 p m. of meetings with America’s    - West European allies to tell Want ads will help you find them about President Nixon’s lost items, use them for quick visit to Moscow.    results!    Dial 398-8234. cash register was due to heavy votes Wednesday to increase hh! h “ iiday business al lhe 2, hour ,he Bonus March ' said HU group store.    was    beginning a series of pro- In addition to the money in the register, according to Sadler, the men also took his wallet containing $3. 47^37^10^^^: which prompted the sanitation trick’s Catholic church Rosary'department’s relaxed standards. Friday at 8, Bakke - Hanson’s.    -- when.> friend, .nay rail after 2 (f poyj Jq flowers can say everything Swaliom Arrested on False Uttering Count Ralph E. Swaliom, 28, of the Taft hotel, is free on $5,000 bond after he was arrested Wednesday on a charge of false uttering of a check. Swaliom was arrested on a warrant charging him with the offense. total tally to 568 Republican Robert Ray continued to lead Democrat James Schaben in the governorship race. Ray received 103 votes Wednesday, shooting his total to 912. Schaben’s total stood at 825 after he got 137 votes in Wednesday’s polling. Democratic congressional candidates outpolled Republicans Wednesday, 179 to 64, increasing their six-day lead Ho 969 to 560. Everyone 18 and over is invited to participate in the poll at The Gazette booth in the fair’s Exhibition hall 'e Ut Cf due l\upuU (Jlnjfiff Established In IIH bv The Gaielte Co and published dotty and Sunday et SOO Third dye SE. Cedar Rapids. 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