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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NATIONM MKVICI COMCAST 29.71 7 -I Obituaries (Continued from I'age 1.) IThr Odar Gazette: July 16, 1974 j Kenneth B. Thompson Eby Infant j Kenneth B. Thompson, 55, of The illfanl son of Sg, IRockford, III., a former Cedar aml Mrs Ebyj m Sec. [Rapids resident, died Monday omj avenue. Hiawatha, died al I following a long illness. He had bjrth Sunday in a Cedar Kapids ilivod in Rockford one year. i Born 1C, 191'J. at Eagle 1 Grove, he was married to 'Titkemeier May 1943, at (Continued from Page 1-' I gate affair look like a 'Sunday school picnic.' hospital. Sunning arc nis a sister. Lisa Ann: and his grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thaine ;.Marysville, Kan. lie served aml Mr and Mrs Kit-hard the air force during World war A .Foreman .all of Hiawatha. ill, and was manager of Snelhng Graveside services: -1 p.m. Snelling at Itockford. He in Linwood ceme- :a member of Clarence Sciiuitz lL.ry lu.v Iiiiri.y post of the American legion ytm Lutheran c Eagle Grove. i Friends niav call at I: i Surviving are his- wife; from HI j daughters, Mrs. Robert c d n e sd a y to jCedar Kapids, and Mrs. Donald Con a way, jr., Marion; a _......._ will add to the proposed; (uontlnucu lrom yearly cost to General Mills. j wars uwtneu "The Jacts are by newsmen when he left White House officials, accord- commented Canney. "The big i committee room, said it to a Cauifield memo, looked reason for (he increase in -be "t'nf darkest of the tax status of enter- costs to the industries is the to draw such a conclusion Jerry Lewis. Frank Sin- construction of the new plant his testimony. 'atra, Richard Boone, Sammy plus the KIM which ha'l repeat-1 Davis, jr.. Peter Krcd you've never hail pay back ed the words Ehriichnian had1.Mat-Murray. Gary Morton and before." used and did not know what.Lucille Ball and found they all One of the new sewage plant's Ehrliehman meant by "opera-Iliad been ordered lo pay addi- de.signers. K. K. Frederick, engi- tion." tional taxes, ncering consultant with Howard Approved Probe The inquiries were made after It. Green Co.. said the plant was "I w-'.s always under the im-Mohn Wayne complained he was iiiiii iii P-'esxion '.he President had ap-'iir.gJcd out 'or unfair tax treat- the local industries in mind the Kllsberg imestiga-jment. and the conclusion was since they are the primary ''olli whether he knew the S that Wayne's complaint should users. "They aren't presently." full details of :t, I have no way paying enough' of knowing because I never dis- aid. "Their op.'cussed it with him." Colson lions now are either pay the increased cost, cut their load Colson .said the besi evidence UPI WIAIHtl Ram is expected in lhe middle and upper Mississippi valley, the Pacific Northwest and some scattered showers in the Southeast and Southwest. Fair to partly cloudy else- where. Olsen, 12IJO Brockman avenue Marion: fined and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle I'1 brother. Emery Thompson, Bel- James mono: three sisters. Mrs. llard Thomason Woolstock Mrs. Kmma Klla Wall, (It, of 1526 disused of through the city." :inu residents own slate- 'l-'red Smith, Goldfield, and Mrs.'Seventh avenue SK, widow of However, he cited private jn- ments, which indicate he did not Walter Passmore, liritt; Watt, died Tuesday sewage disposal units .OH' in five grandchildren! I lowing a brief illness. A resident for the plants as unlikely. vinecd. a Arrangements are pending of Cedar Rapids most of her Consumer Costs Cedar Memorial funeral home, j life, she was born Oct. 20. 1879. Forrest Mykleby of Wilson in Scranton. said the new rates "increase lhe Kenneth L. Schutzman Mrs- Wau W'1S a of doing business and con- !member of Malta chapter oliscqucntly result in higher cost .'OES and Chicago and North (0 consumers local hospital Monday following! Women's club. A and Ford spokes-Anderson column. back or not have any sewage is House transcripts advance. "I'm con- matter of fact, that did not." Colson said. -IRS- 'Continued from Page 1.) Mollenhoff. it appeared in an not be "pursued." Council Asked Why Steinbeck Stays on Job Ed Krai, 2! 19 Knollshire road Tuesday questioned whether Safely Commissioner James Steinbeck should stay on the job while five police officers indicted on the same charges have been suspended. Krai appeared at the informal meeting of the Cedar Kapids city council with his queries on sudden The Weather peraturcs o: lation: Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston S9 47 .0? L. Angeles S271 Miami 95 70 Min'anolis N. Orleans 91 5? .1] New York 77 50 Phoenix 87 73 Seattle SO 74 Washinflte Marriages Dissolved Cedar Rapids, and Daniel Ric- kets, Anamosa. Claudia C. and Lee W. Eugene Morse, 929 N street !of Harnischfeger SW; fined ancl costs. ;Cedar Rapids born Feb. Iowa Deaths Sifrourney James Leon Wednesday at 2 at 103 SI S3 .02 9571 Stewart. Donald R., jr.. Margo T. McKay. Kathcrina E. and John H. Grazier. Mary Mo- Extended Forecast Partly cloudy Thursday through K. and Linda day with a chance of rain on. J. Linclsey. Patricia K. and Mi- aua .an e Jackie Lee and Man- Lucille United Methodist church. A cj memorial has been established. Thursday. Lows in the mid 70s Thursday to the 60s by Satur- day. Highs in the upper 90s Thursday to mid 80s by Fridayj and Saturday. C. R. Weather High Monday Low overnight chael W. Fay. Norma J. and Francis C. Carkhuff. Richard R. and JoAnn M. Carlyle. Patricia Ann and John Herbert Randall. Virginia R. and Lynn A. Smith. Jane and Wayne Rogers. Fires ............88 a.m. (jg fuse 'linx Noon Tuesday 83 rodNE Monday. Faulty 1624 Richmond p.m. Monday. Short in 2 p.m. Tuesday fuse box at 216 Twelfth avenue Precipitation ..............None; SE. Total for July ..............1.05; 2 p.m. Monday. Train to _ wlmam Normal for July at rear of 4001 First avc- Newkirk; 72. Thursday at Reynolds. AlhurncU John E. Koshar, 63. Thursday at at Mur- doch chapel in Marion .where friends may call after 3 Wednesday. Burial: Cedar Me- morial Cedar Rapids. Edgewood Ernest Stone, 39. Thursday at at the Methodist church. Visitation after noon Wednesday at Ap- plcton's. WilliamsburK Thomas B. Williams, 08. Thursday at 10 at United Presbyterian church. Visitation alter 9 Wednesday at Jones'. Willlamsburff Norman F. Wolter, 44. Thursday at at St. Paul's Lutheran church. McSwiggin and Uhlmann's. Willia _ William E. Normal through July ......20.19; nuc SE. Tntal fm- 1074 1099 p.m. Monday. Short in lotatloi 1UM wiring- in front of 405 Second Barometer, steady ........30.161 street gE. Humidity at noon ..........53% p.m. Monday. Cause Wind direction and velocity atj under investigation at Lincoln- 2 p.m. SSW at 6 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sunsets, Year Ago Today High, 84; low, 76: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast AVedncsday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy 88-58 Chicago............Fair 91-72 Cincinnati .Fair 89-69 Cleveland..........Fair 86-69 Des Moines ......PtCldy 95-71 Detroit ..Fair 88-64 Indianapolis .....PtCldy 90-69 Kansas City .....PtCldy 97-76 Milwaukee ......PtCldy 90-66 Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 89-G7 Omaha..........PtCldy 98-68 St. Louis ...........Fair 9o-74 Sioux Falls -Tshwrs 92-65 Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday ___693.58 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.3, fall .4 Lansing (18) 7.5, fall .3 Dam 9 (18) 13.8, fall .6 McGregor (18) 7.4. fall .3 Guttenberg (15) 5.3, fall .1 Dubuque (17) 8.4, no change Davenport (15) 6.2, fall .1 Keokuk (16) 6.8, fall .4 Cedar at C.R. (13) 4.50, fall .08 Births Luke's July 14 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore 1407 Third avenue SE, a daughter. July 15 To the families of Craig R. Kohn. 514 Thirty- second street NE, a daughter: Barry R. Franck, Ncwhall, a son; Michael O'Connor, HOO'.i Fifth street NW. a daughter: Dean Metzer. Vinton, a son: Harry D e F o r d 375 way park SW. p.m. Monday. Flush gas- oline at accident at A avenue and Fifth street NW. a.m. Tuesday. Malfunc- tion of alarm system at First avenue and First street SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding: Pete Jones, Mason City, fined S35 and costs. James Prewitt, Hiawatha; Diane Melsha, route three, Cedar Rapids; James Owens, Palo: Dennis Denny, 1411 Washington avenue SE; Terry Bramer, 1740 Fifth avenue SE; Olen Davidson, 102 Third ave- nue, Marion; Larry Schultz, route three, 'Cedar Rapids; Irma Caspers. Anamosa; Dennis Carr, 384 Fifteenth street SE; each fined and costs. Dennis Grissotn, 221 Thirteenth street NE; Richard Schierer, Washington, III.; Lowell Ray- mond. Anamosa; Stacey Frank, 1524 Fifth street NW; Beverly Marshall, 1022 Twelfth street NE; Virginia Hoyland, route one, Marion; Gregory McGee, 1420 A avenue NE; James Ken- nedy, Morrison, 111.: Charles Ocker, Clinton; each fined and costs. Right-of-way violation David Womochil, Fairfax; Dennis Manson. Earlville; each fined S25 and costs. Improper passing' Bernice Rawson. Palo; fined and costs. Marlys Brown, 2890 Eighteenth avenue, Marion; fined and costs. Permitting unauthorized per- son to drive Martin Grady, route three. Cedar Rapids; Clair Bergstad, 786 Eighth ave- nue. Marion; each fined S20 and costs. Overweight Stephen Mysak. 1340 First avenue NW; fined and costs. at St. John's in Homestead. McSwiggin and Uhlmann's. Postville Anna Henry, 84. Wednesday at at Commu- nity Presbyterian church. Burial: Pleasant Grove, Mc- Gregor. Schutte's. Vinton Laura Braginton, 85. White-Phillips. Keystone Esther Krucken- berg, 67. Thursday at 1 at Hob- Cross Lutheran church, Daven- port. Visitation alter 2 Wednes- day at Runges', Davenport.. Solon Emma E. Panzer, 90. Thursday at Brosh chap- el, and 10 at St. Mary's church. Visitation after noon Wednes- day. Twenty-sixth avenue SW. Faulty cciuipmcnl Jerry daughter; David Stewart, Eleventh street, Twenty-sixth street SE, a son; I Marion: fined and costs. James A. Cook. 1605 K avenunlDaniel Whitters, route two, NE. a son; Bill II. Lewis. Route 3, a son. Births Mercy July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Phil- lip Fishell. Marion, a son. Third street. Cedar Rapids: David Wortman, Hiawatha; Maurice Grissom, 22114 Sixteenth street NE; Jerry Wcnzcl. 528 McKinley street SE; each fined S10 and Driver's license violation Dorothy Waile. 1235 Third street NW: fined S20 and costs. Michael Turner. 2538 Indiana street SW; Mary Luter. 1004 Seventh street Dcssie Out of Town Births At Austin. Texas Mr. and Mrs. Gene Healy, twins, a son and daughter July Hcaly is lhe son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Healy. 2330 B avenue At Anamosa Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Vomlracck, 3303 Ely NW: fined S20 and costs. rnadSW.a daughter July 10. Traffic signal violation .lorry LaKose. 1346 Eleventh street, Marion: fined and costs. David Ellickson. route Robertson, Rebecca Wotlicrill one. Cedar Rapids; fined S20 Wadena Georgianna Pro- bcrt, Wednesday at 2, Muehlenthaler's, Elgin. Dyersville Kenneth W. Strief, 57, Sac City. Thursday at basillica of St. Francis Xavier. Parish wake Wednes- day at 8, Kramer's, where friends may call after Wednesday. Anamosa John Michael Burke, 82. Thursday at St. Patrick's Catholic church. Wake We d n e s d a y at 8, Goettsch's, where friends may call after 10 Wednesday. West Union Alden Finch, 85. Thursday at at Burn- ham and Wood's where Mends may call after 10 Wednesday. Masonic rites at Finch home Wednesday night. North English Lora L. Spain, 84. Thursday at at Pleasant Grove Brethren church. Best's. Memorial Services Temeyer, Robert A. p.m. Thursday at Cedar Memo- rial Chapel Memories by the Rev. Russell C. Striffler. En- tombment: Cedar Memorial. Arrangements by the Cedar Memorial funeral home. Minkel, Morris J. Services were held at a.m. Tues- day at Cedar Memorial Chapel Memories by the Rev. Wilson Hyde of Trinity United Meth- odist church. Burial: Cedar Me- morial. Arrangements by the Cedar Memorial funeral borne. Kriz, Lois Hurtt Wednes- day at 3 at Turner chapel east by the Rev. Clifton Ellerbeck. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Turner east. Glaus. Shane Timothy Graveside services Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Mt. Calvary ceme- tery by the Rev. William P. Leonard o[ Immaculate Con- ception church. Friends may call at Turner cast until 0 p.ni. Tuesday. Jones. KK Fifth street SE; each fined 510 and costs. Driving on wronff side Richard Musak. mil A avemiejSoyuz-14 cosmonauts completed llth Day MOSCOW (U1J1) The two Marriage Licenses Karole Boxrurle and Dennis ancl Terry Overhulscr, Kathyc Hal! and Tucker. Jeanne Schumacher and Richard Suer. Karen Linderwell and Gary Farmer, all of Cedar Hapiris. Melody Zakostcloi-ky, Creseo and Gregory Ilealty. Itapids. Cynthia Moinc.-, alicl William Amlrrsnn. M Cedar Linda Leonard, vice their llth working day on board the space laboratory Tuesday, taking pictures of clouds and the earth's surface. and costs. Rnnald Cnshmnn. 110 Hussein to Cairo Second street NW: Steven Strauss. 325 Thirly-firsl street CAIHO t UPI) King Hussein NW: Terry Tesdahl, Sev- enth street SW; Rosemary Macklin. 3H40 Ten-ace of Jordan arrived Tuesday for with President Anwar NK; each fined and j Sadat aimed a I coordinating pol- licies for lhe Geneva Middle violation C'l P I.rase' Corp.. 131-1 peace conference. Surviving are four brothers, Hiram H., James L., and Rob- ert L., all of Cedar Rapids, and Ivan E. Schutzman, Toddville; a 3 p.m Ihursday oy the lev., Naab. General Mills ,vamcd to know how it scrvcd in ir the counts Warren Wehb of St Pauls bmt-i plant engineer, said his com-couk! havc occul.rcoy Thrower i of perjury conspiracy and ob- cd Methodist church and Malta jpany is experimenting "with said in his affidavit. struction of justice are upheld. chapter of OES. Burial: Cedarjsome recovery techniques three sisters, Joyce Kricnds may call at'where we can reduce the ef- Papillion, Neb.; Lillian cast nell and Marilyn Kennedy, both of Cedar Rapids. Services: Turner chapel east at p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. John Green of Free United Methodist church, Toddville. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east until 1 p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Mrs. Joseph Freberg Irene Esther Freberg. 67, wife of Joseph Freberg, 2506 Illinois street SW, a Cedar Rapids resi "Mr. Mollenhoff replied that Steinbeck made no reply dur- was at a ing the council meet'ng, but. in a interview said, "I did not iplay a direct part in the suspen- Cedar Rapids hospital following! at Eldridge Martin Eldridge "Targe" Martin, 71, a resident of the Magnus hotel, died Monday in the Veterans hospital in Iowa City, following a brief illness. He w.s born Sept. 6, 1902, at Hopkinton, and had been a greenskeeper at Elmcrest Country club for 25 years before his retirement. He was a member of the United Methodist church, Hanford Post of the American Legion and the Eagles club. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Naomi Freese, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Hazel Harford, Monticello; four brothers, Roy, Grinnell; Lawrence N., Marion; Howard, Coldvvater, Mich., and Ray Martin, Portland, Ore. Services: Turner chapel east at a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Warren Feller and mili- tary services by the American Legion. Burial: National ceme- tery, Rock Island, at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Friends may call al Turner east until 10 a.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the Cancer Fund. Nasseam James Atty Nasseam James Ally, 68, of 2340 Broohland drive NE, a Cedar Rapids resident 36 years and the owner and operator of Jesse James restaurant for 20 years until his retirement in 1968, died in University hospi- tals at Iowa City Tuesday fol- lowing a long illness. He was born March 25, 1906, at Altoona, Iowa, and was mar- ried to Mary Koury Nov. at Nashua. Mr. Atty was a member of St. George Syrian Orthodox church, Hanford American Legion post and Ihcj 40 and 8 club. He was a veteran! of World war H. Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter, Mrs. David Keesc, and a son, James Joseph! Atty, both of Cedar Rapids; a brother, Tufic Atty, immune, Lebanon, and two grand- children. Services: Pending at George Syrian Orthodox.church, j Friends may call at Turner chapel east after 1 p.m. Wednesdav. the responsibility fluent level through hw and other methods. j He termed the cost increase "Hjs rcsponsc was to (hc of those officers and I'll "reasonable" and added, "It's pretty evident that the wet Ifect that it occurred at the processing industries do put a i highest level or at the very lop." Thrower said he interpret- dent the last 27 years, died in a! large load into .the system. We pd (h.u [o mean or did only what he was required Mills anticipated reserve comment on whether they should be suspended. "I think the chief (LaPeters) a brief illness. She was born July 14, 1907, in that we would have to pay for our share." iJohn Ehrliehman. McGovern Workers lo do by law under chapter 365 of the state code. I'm only re- sponding to what is required by Faribault county, Minn., and! Bruce Sampsell, Quaker Oats; One of Thrower's 66 and to the public. was married to Joseph Freberg at Cambridge, Minn. Surviving in addition to her plant manager, revealed that las IRS head, Johnnie Wallers, his company was also studying methods of modifying its opera- husband are two daughters, tion but was "not sure which Mrs. Vernon Sandager, Albu- querque, N.M., Betty Freberg, Cedar Rapids; two sons, James, Minneapolis; Robert J., of Cedar Rapids: a sister. Mrs. Glen Daniels, Atwater, Minn.; a brother, Ray Bergman, Hay- ward, Wis., six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel east at p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Larry Engle of Galilee Baptist church. Burial: Lin- way we'll go." told the committee in an af- fidavit dated May 6. 1974, that on Sept. 11, 1972, Dean asked him to initiate IRS investigations Ernie Micek, Cargill a long list of individuals iden- said he had "anticipated thatjtified as contributors to Or the costs would be high. I'm concerned that they allowed workers in the presidential cam- paign of Sen. McGovern, Nix- enough in there for inflation. j on's Democratic opponent. "Done Homework" "The cost for hardware, steel piping and pumps has jumped from 15 to 30 percent in the last six months. But it appears they Walters said Dean told "he had not been asked by the President to have this done and that he did not know whether the President had asked thatj "I only hope that people will reserve judgment is he added. Krai also told the council that his "rights have been trampled upon." When asked later to specify what he was referrring to by the allegation, he replied, "Bugging in the police depart- ment." Krai said he was speaking in his own behalf as a citizen of Cedar Rapids. havc done their homework." [any of this activity be undertak- A Corn Sweeteners spokesmanien." wood. Friends may call atjsummed up the sentiments ofj Walters said he told Dean the Turner east until 1 p.m. Thurs-several of the industry repre-jproject "would be disastrous for day. The casket will not be sentatives when he said "we'll.the IRS and For the administra- opened after the service. 'just have to roll with it." tion and would make the Water- Breakin Reported INDEPENDENCE Nothing is reported missing in a breakin discovered early Tuesday by Ken Nollenn, manager of the Greenley Elevator Co. in north- east Independence. Ohe phone call puts a low cost j want ad lo work for vou. Call 398-8234. i 1.1 Ihr hnrilrsl trortt if with llaieert PIERSON'S FSp'r 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW ll.OWERPIIONK 366-1836 For 61 years flowers for all occasions! 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