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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NA1IONM SJftviCf fOMCAM Ic. 7AM I il 30.00 Cedar Rapids Obituaries N. J. Dautremont, Retired Banker, Dies at Age 75 I'.L ni iinr-day. lie v MCI- president of tioiial hank Horn (let. 'ii. Alphonce Alplmnei; A C Mreet Kapj'ls M-.iik-nt lor died Vi'edne.sday in Hapids hospital follov.in O'Bannon Mrs. Sylvester Ralston O'liaiiP.on. 53. Mary L Ralston. 75, of 1517 SW. a   Cedar H a p ids: a br O'lj-in- Homer Turlev, Moii Kva Cedar t e n great-grandchildren. Services: Saturdav at the Chapel of Memorr the Rev. Alvon Nelson of Fir-'t Lutheran church. Burial: Cedar Friends may call at home after 1 Friday chapel after i) a.m. if they i s h contribute to Camp be Tho Weather o: c Bismarck Chicago Denver ouluth Honolulu Houston 55 L. Angek-; 84 70 Miami 86 51 71 N. orloans S75B.01 New York 7t 57 .11 Phoenix BB76 .03 Seattle 9173 Washington church, by the William Leonard. Hurial: Ml. Calvary. (rBaimoii "calif" will tary James Callaghan said the Rasary: Father Leonard and O'liannon I'ensacola' Closed at p.m. Saturday conference's first task is to firm tin.' Knights of Columbus al (rBannun lersi-v on thc island. P.m. Friday. St. Margaret Circ-city; NJ 0.Bannon] Lee T. Smiley -1 p.m. four sisters. Lee T. Kmilev. of 7554 I M M i SW: Konald Kennetlr He said political problems may Ic will have a Rosary at have to be left of later talks. Friday at Teaheii funeral home -No major fighting wa.s report-! where friends may call from I ed on Cyprus Wednesday, but lo !l p.m. Friday. the Indian commander of the U.: Mrs. Paul Traeumer paht'.e- an- n-YHHK' bonds on in firms tor the pur poUulio.1; control efiu.: rm-nt. Intel nii'diary Tin- pioct-.-s lia.- been folio'.1.I'd by several Iowa cities, including f Vrlar Hapids. since l.'nder the law, thc city acts as an intermediary for the bond sale, but undertakes no finan- cial responsibility. The bonds are paid off by the industry. Amount I'ncertaiii Ihev are sold hv Ihe I, j costs. i street _____ C'ihla, Shollsburg; -lack A. N. peacekeeping force reported Fvlenrteri nir Sat W1 !imliealions Kathleen E. Traeumer, 73, Duncan Minis, hMended forecast I'air Sat- NE, 400-500 Turkish_troops Fifth avenue SE. widow of sacola, Fla. Catherine Malone. Cleveland, Thirteenth street NW, a retired municipalily, however, lax ben Ohio; Margo Lewis, Jersey'art teacher, died Thursday after piits enable buvers to City, N.J.; Voncile Wynder, a long illness. Pensacola, Fla.; Edna McGhce. Born in Sleelvillc, Mo.. July :i, Berkley, Calif; and his step- 1'JOl, he received his H.A. dc- nrday through Monday. Highs in 80s and lows in 60s. C. R. Weather High Wednesday Low overnight Noon Thursday 2 p.m. Thursday Precipitation Total for July Normal for July Normal through July Total for 1974....... Barometer, falling Humidity at noon Wind direction of Pen- gree in art from the University of Northern Iowa in 1928. lie Judges In i Collins, Hughes drive were digging in 500 yards'paul H. Traeumer, died Thurs-: services: New .Jerusalem1 tmiSlil art Ban-ingtun. 111.. all fined S25 and costs. the Nicosia airport and day following a Ion" illness try SCiZC Born June 7, 1901, in Ma Emergency Session. Marsh- field, Wis., she was married of God jn Cnrist at from 1928-1957. He also was as- Jlehaffv f.hicl, the plant, tie e-tur.alen ihe cij-> a' i il million and million. The equipment is nece-sary to >rint; Ine hrm into compliance with new air qtiaiitv standards of federal eiivironmen'a! j'.eCMOp, aL'.enev Cedar Towers "Topping Out" Ceremony Held structure was "topped out" in ceremonies in Cedar Rapids Thursday. The 25-story Cedar River Towers is located on a square fool parcel of urban re- nev-.'al land on .First street XE 'between First avenue and A ave- nue The developers are Robert C. Armstrong, chairman of the board of Armstrong's, and Peter F. Bezanson chairman of the. board and president of MorA- (h Ei hth h Salurdav b lhc Rev, H .sociated with the Woolverlon dcsRnatpd tnc thrce judges 1 White.: Printing Co. of Cedar Falls for (hc CMD of Cer gapidsi .83! bach, 327 Thirty-second street: _ Robert Hartford, Bcll-l jPaul H. Traeumer June FhVriondVSOTei'a' vears. He was a lifclong'qV" Tr-ms 76 wood 111.; Danny .1. f h MclhodistS l C two Marion; James the Security Council into wfl, mpmhpl. nf Enj maj call at the lu nei chape route Mn ....3.58 sPrinSs' ln-: a11 emergency session in New York reported threat. Turkish Foreign Minister and costs. inl Responsibiiitjr for minors ...31.49 ...30.03 Dean Turner, 2538 Indiana street SW; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation and velocity 2 p.m. SE at 10 mph. Sun rises Friday, sets, 70% Sterling Michcal Smith, 2101 Haven court But Turan Gunes sent Waldheim a message assuring him that Tur- key would not threaten or use force against the troops at the airport. Several council SW; Richard Bear, :Dcs Moines; both fined said they were costs, [tisfied, and Ihe council Improper turn Carsteni journed. Chnstophcrson, route one, was a member of Grace Epis- copal church of which her eon, east until 9 p.m. Friday and ,h h h f, Paul, with whom she made Salurchv Thplf i i m IT ullLii i.ou p. HI. odiuiutiv. i uti will not be opened afteri sa- ad- member of Ihe American Le- gion auxiliary. Surviving in addition to her son is a brother, Russell Pfeifer.j Corona, Calif. !the service. Surviving are his wife, the former Elsie Krugcr to whomj was married in Garrison 29, a son, L.T. Srr.i- 'mcrce Commisssion. mcrica Financial When completed, the building will have mora than square feet of commercial 'Ispace on the first floor, 217 auto parking spaces on floors two through five and 156 apartments In addition to Judge Edward on fioors through 25. Clarence Dingfelder Clarence J. Dingfelder, 4716 [Sept ley, Waterloo; three grand- ichildren; three sisters, Elberta other Kruger, Dysart, Garrison, Fay Moss, and Fern Bickford. judge of thc of Iowa, the two named to the panel were Judge William C. Hanson, also of the northern district, and Circuit Judge Roy L' stePhen- neapolis is the Pro-cast concrete will be used for the exterior of the building, and concrete poured in place for the inner structure. Miller, Han- sen, Westerbeck, Inc., of Min- architect on the Cedar Rapids; lined S20 and costs. James Cox, 1211 Cresl- Year Ago Today High, 83; j low, 67; rainfall, trace. SE; fincd and Traveler's Forecast costs- Friday Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls Weather, Hi-Lo ..PtCldy 84-52 ..PtCldy ...Shwfs 87-67 .Shwrs 81-65 ...PtCldy 87-65 .Tshwrs 85-63 ..PtCldy 85-64 ..PtCldy ___Shwrs 85-63 ..PtCldy 88-59 Meter violation Phyllis Miller, 252 Fortieth street 'NE; fincd Slo and costs. Driving on side Robert Whitney, 1030 Eighth street NW; fined S20 and costs. Defective equipment John Randall Sanders, Clarence: fincd S10 and costs. Improper lights John Ran- dall Sanders, Clarence; fincd .Clear .PtCldy 88-68 .PtCldy Mississippi Stages (Flood slajres in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.0, no change Lansing (18) 8.6. rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 13.1. rise .1 McGregor (18) 7.1, rise .1 Guttenbcrg (15) 4.2, n Bubuquc (17) 7.4, fall .4 Davenport (15) 5.0, rise .2 Keokuk (16) 3.3, fall .5 510 and costs. Overweight Michael C. Anamosa; fined andl Meanwhile, a contingent of 500 British troops in armored cars was reported on its way to the airport from British bases in south Cyprus to bolster the U. N.force. Clerides accused the Turks of moving heavy armor since the cease-fire, and said this created "a potentially dangerous situa- tion because it is not possible for us to abide by the cease-fire if Turkish forces try to move their positions." Disturbing the peace Vir- gil L. Bencsh, Center Point; fined S25 and costs. Disobeying a stop sign Thomas Clair Webster. YOU Thirty-filth street, Marion: fined and costs. Illegal parking Mark Rob- ert Heck, 2962 Circle drive NE; fined and costs. Intoxication Jeffrey Joel Cedar at C.R. change Coralville Lake i no I heimor, 79. Sundav at 3, First Pool level lhursda.% 686.08 chlu.ch_ vis_ Marriage Licenses Connie J. Ritchie H. Smith, and D; Dunnick and Sidney Dclbert Martin, all of Cedar Rapids. Douglas Colon and Nancy Ryan, both of Geneva, 111. Loran Bender, Solon, and Mon- ica LaGrange, Amana. Nancy A. Scvera, Cedar Rapids, and Michael Zimmcrs, DCS Plaincs. 111. Hot Grease Ignites, Kitchen h Damaged A fire that started Thursday when burning grease ignited curtains caused the total loss of the kitchen at the B. L. John- son residence, 130 Twenty-fifth street drive SE. Fire officials said a babysitter was heating grease on a pan- cake griddle when the grease started burning. She put the griddle in the sink and poured water on it. ________die, 79. The water caused the grease Friday at at St. Mary's I to splatter onto the curtains, in Lycurgus. Visitation from 2- 10 Thursday. Rosary, 8 p.m. Bakke-Hanson's. Alarengo Vi j Wilde. 2423 First avenue SW; (13) 4.15, noI fined and costs. Iowa Deaths City Emilv Gcgen- Station at George L. Gay's af- ter Friday and at Oxford I ..11, rl II..rn Hlll.1 ell and uiaricsjcl cl aftcr ln Satul.day lanm Lynn Waukon _ Bcn Trocm Births Mercy July 25 Mr. and man. 65. Saturday at 2 at Tl t.v United Church McAninch's. Victor. Kalona Ivo H. Grady, fire officials said. No one was injured. No record of the babysitter's 'rini-j identity was made, fire officials hrist. Laid Hunzcl- j building and Knulson Construc- Services: G r a c e Valley drive SE' died Mountain Home, Ark.; church at Saturday by thc! in a Chester, Minn., brother Charles, Paducah.j wa.s ca' f Co., also of Minneapolis, is Rev. John Tavlor of I Ky. and Russell. Kent. Ohio. lssued, a general contractor. _ _ it. ___ i ii. HT i _ i, '_ _ norarv nrnpr ifist: r> i. i iu- church; Fort Dodge. .Con-! He was employed by National Services: Saturday at 2 p.m celebrants will be the Very Rev. Cash Register Corp. -Mr. Ding- in the Methodist church at Gar- Canon D.A. Loferski of St. jfelder was a World war II voter- John's Episcopal church and the an and member of the Elk's club Rev. Thomas C. Aycock. jr., of, and All Saints church. He is survived by his wife. Margaret; two daughters, Mrs. Gary Roberts, Tuscumbia, Ala., and Nanci, of Rapids; St. Michael's Episcopal church. Burial: Nashotah House ceme- tery, Nashotah, Friends may call at Grace church after 4 p.m. Friday and until Sal- urday. The casket will not be opened after the service. A litany is scheduled at 8 p.m. Fridav at Grace church. Saturday at 10 at Holy Trinity Mrs. church, Richland. Rosary ser- 3. and at Peter- Brian Ziniplcman, Amnna, a [vices Friday dauRhter. ;KC Rosary a n. I t i Iscim's. Kp.lona. births JT. Luke S I Fairfax M. Hans Luber. July 24 To the families Friday at Trinity Ln- Rods'fr A. Locy, B512 Boxwood Mrs. Victor Hallquist Adele' Blanche Hallquist, 72, of 1805 Chandler street SW, widow of Victor E. Hallquist. died Wednesday following a sud- den illness. Born July 23, 1902, in Green Bay, Wis., she had lived in Cedar Rapids the last 45 years. Mrs. Hallquist had been owner and manager of Mode O'Day store in Town and Country Shopping Center for 10 years, and was also employed by Richler's bakery until 1970. Surviving arc a daughter, Mrs. Donald Gardner. Cedar Rapids; a son, Robert. Iowa Cily; a brother, I.ance Church, Milwaukee; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Graveside services: Saturday at noon in Cedar Memorial cem- etery by the Rev. Richard Ernst of Hillside Wesleyan Methodist church. Friends may call at Turner west until II a.m. Ral- urday. two sons, Thomas, of Burling- and Robert, of Cedar Rapids; one sister and two brothers, of Rochester, N. Y. Services will be held Friday morning in Rochester. rison by the Rev. Harley Car- baugh. Burial: Garrison ceme- tery. Friends may call at Kuba porary restraining order last; Guests week, prohibiting the ICC from forcing CRST to divest itself at interest in a Chicago firm with the ceremony mj Thursday signed a white con- of rrele tablet, which will be crete placed in the elevator tower on a trucking territory in the east- the roof of the building to funeral home cast after 1 p.m. 'and S3utheastern Uflited jmemorate the occasion. otatC'S. Arnnnu thp invifpd corn- Friday and al the Methodist church in Garrison after 1 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Kenneth Savel Mrs. Kenneth Savel, 45, Ogden Dunes, Ind., formerly Cedar Rapids, died Wednesday rangements. Among the invited guesls were (he board of directors of Republican Special.... tnc cedar Rapids-Marion LOS ANGELES (AP) Re- chamber of commerce, the cen- j publicans plan a television spe-Ural retail merchants bureau, cial for the West Coast Aug. 8 to the Greater Downtown Cedar Rapids Assn., the city council and Nate Ruben slate director of the federal housing adminis- ofj..factual, resent the n as of strong, unde- ri Mrs. Earl Busenbark Tolie N. Busenbark. 95, 544 Knollwood drive SE, widow of Earl C. Busenbark, died Thurs- day at a Cedar Rapids hospital following a long illness. She had been an art teacher in Cedar She was a graduate of Coe{ college. Surviving, besides her hus- band, are four children, Ann, John, Jerry and Nancy, all at home; and her father, Fritzj Messthaler, Chicago. i Services will be Friday at 1 i p.m. at Ogden community; will be cre- mated. Jane NE, a daughter; .Tamos E. .Tamisnn, Anamosa, a James M. Kckert, sixth street SE. a son. I Frida C.R. Housing Application Gets; Federal Approval! theran church. Cedar Hapids. j An application for 40 ncwj sitation at Turner chapel ;nousing for low-income force Major Gen. Brent Scow- rursday and fr'om lli'lo has been approved his deputy assistant for Rapids public schools and other church. The body Iowa communities since 1899. Born Feb. 28, 1879, in Cas- cade, she was graduated from Normal art department of the Chicago Art Institute in 1913. She was a member of the Soci- ety of Mayflower Descendants.! Cullus club, WSCS, Ashley chapter DAR, and Priscilla Aldcn chapter of DAC. There arc no immediate survivors. Services: Pending at Turner chapel east where friends mayj call after 10 a.m. Friday. i Memorial Services I'earson, Victor Oak Hill p.m. 1'Yiday. cemetery chapel, Chicago, at 2 flowers for every occasion! since 7909 JOHN E. LAPES Convenient downtown location 3083rdAve.SE 365-0511 Nominates Aide WASHINGTON (API Prcs- nowjident K'ixon has nominated air Surviving in addition to Out of Town Births 1 those listed Wednesday are a (stepson. Lester Barta, Cedar At Waukrsha, a stepdaughter, Mrs. Fiev. and Airs. Carl Ensslrnni, a McCall Manchester; 11 son .Inly 21. .Mrs. Engstrom and four gn-al- Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- grandchildren K5 nysart _ Linda I.ec Sealock. i-narl XF-. 2.-, Saturday at Trinity Marriages Dissolved United Methodist dum-h. Shirlly Ann and Dunald Overtoil s. Heneeke; Dolores D. and Henry1 II. Davis: Evelyn .1. and .lames I., firemmcls; Noble, jr. and Tamio Jean Woods: Dennis Dean and .lanet. Marir Pullock; .laniM Kay and Clary Dean He- drick: Richard D. and Amu- l.edvina. and r.onnie Kay and Merrill .lames Illitchimnn. jr. Fires K'.K p.m. llark- firi- llu-iiuch carbiirelcir at 711 Thirtv-lniirlh street NK. fire a! 13n Ii eel ,'IIV" SE MaaiSirafc'i Court SiKM'dini; I ,ee Mi. Vermin: tilled Slephall Tiny, Ml. Vermin: Mienael Cedar Rapids, Nale Ruben, national security affairs, for stale dircclor of Ihe Federal promotion lo lieutenant general Housing Administration, said! Thursday. The aulhorix.alion. which city officials have been seeking for several months, involves an an- nual rent subsidy of SKM.822 in federal funds. for Any Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS PIERSON'S FLOWER SHOP f. r.D. Horal 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW ri.OWERPIIONE 366-1826_____ flowers can say everything 3B4-8139 artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 Phnne Answeicil 24 Hnuis Eveij Day Prompt I-WITS i snor SOUS Ccnlcr I'l. ltd. N.I1.. IllCI-SSliS Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. .John Son 800 Soconcl Avo. Sfl Tumor's Wosl, 1''21 Avc. Wosl NEW IN THE WANT ADS! Look To Classified Each Day For PATTERNS NEEDLECRAFT Shop The Wanf Ads For Excellent Buys. For adults, life is a different matter..AVIth problems and responsibilities. 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