Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 26, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 26, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 'L.JP-00 St KVICf f OKKAM lo 7AM J SI 7 30.00 Obituaries JCharles Hoover DlSS of AutO Mt. Vernon road SE died Thurs- Frank P. Polcorny Frank I'. I'okorny, 70. of 4036 Crash Injuries m a Cedar Rapids hospital idcnt tha -Impeachment- 'Continued from Page 1 have paid more than 890.000 in taxes. Mezvinsky added that "this tax matter falls into the pattern of abuse of office because it is inn at the Pre tained an expectation for and The Cedar Rapids Oaiettf. Kri.. July 2fi. 197i 3 C.R. Public Housing Gets Conditional Commitment Two Cedar Rapids public.the developer for the 9S-uiiit esident enter- housing programs are Hill Manor project for lov to move Scar fall'income handicappfi .Oct. 23. 1903. at Silver Lake, 7'. months of doubt that thev bad signed a conditional com- lioover of -.11. -i loox advantage 01 .M mill IIOOMI. oi nc boon a Of (rcatmcn( by JRS would over be started mitmcnt to proceed. 2043 avenue NE. injured treatment by tne 1Kb. suggested that me com- l-mn .iam-i. unectui 01 ,a.u a Odar1 i s mittee must "brini; Richard mug and redevelopment for tne Darwin 1 Lynne: 01 Ka'pids tie was employed me for gross-city, said Friday a developer Momes. is expected to sign Una A lamb and veal buver for h- of office If we do not, will be sough! this fall for a new commitment papers for the Wilson and Co Mr Hoover was ic-ircmem in tin wa.-> low-income rental housing pro- Hill Manor project in ten days. Ufl WlAIMfHOIOCA'.l Ram ii expected Friday night in the lower lakes, Atlantic states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. northern Louisiana, and the mid enronte home from trip 'o Wape'lo when cident happened He had been westbound on interstate 80 and had turned off on the highway interchange when he applied brakes on his car and i! skidded; 'Tunlor on wet pavement into the p m Salurday by ,nc IU.V. of a semi-trailer truck. Mr. Hoover suffered a broken neck in the crash. Ho had in a coma for two months Born Nov. 10, 1911, in De- corah he had worked for Wilson Republicans Defect olnn" "f SlSiei, .lOlldll- mif-l j.. icommltleo Republicans lORU ed Presbyterian church. MI1. rt'KJiuOi! wife, Julia, are na Pokorny of a brother. Justus came the first of the iineoinmit- tnck members to take the side of at 3 p.m Saturday by the iev. im ,chmcm Raymond Carvey. Burial: Pres- friohlenin Friends, nner east until :lay. The casket n after the- gram. Thursdav Construciion Staff Challenges Library Head's Qua I if ications IOWA CITY Members of efficiency cations for the future of our library board and The country if we do not impeach jts Thursday over located on the President of the United1 appointment of Charles Kan- borhood i DP ser ic appointment of Charles States." .said the freshman He- derer as library director Oil 'Stj Uiuti l.- expected to start by Sept. i with initial occupancy projected for late next summer. Plans call for a simjle-storv and four urex evenly di- pr.iject will hr hlocks of Neigh- IJi.-velcpment Program land hounded by (Continued from Page 1 i Garrison United Melh- publican. ln a ,hc bo.lrd [eleventh Filtcemh streets Xixon was dealt perhaps an members claimed Kauderer and Twelfth and Fourteenth even sharper blow stortly tiler- does no( m.istpr-s enues SE in library science, while seven The other program involves -lit Memorial Services Smiley. T. .Sntin-day ai whcn one of the commit- most c o n s e r v a t i v The Weather ?i nner a lures ThursGav. ripilaiion: Anchorage 45 iZ Atlanta 77 68 Bismarck 73 ii Chicago 74 48 Denver 90 43 Duluth BO 57 Honolulu 88 74 Houston 94 78 ics of pr L. Anqeles 57 47 Miami S3 fll .Min'apolis e? 44 N. Orleans R? 7k New York 74 42 Phoenix 113 88 Seattle 75 53 Washington 79 Jl Fires i. Thursdav. fourth to a third they would normally says Paul Crane, Purdue university. First and Co. for 38 yours and had lived in Cedar Rapids fur 44 years. He moved hen1 from West Union t Ill Ktl IMMi u iHiru ivn-iii- nii-icr t- n 5 f r v "I I 1 v f He was a member of the l.'nit-'odi-n church by the Rev. mosi L o n s i v ,1 of the library staff single and multiple family ed Methodist church in a r ha UK J'rotl'th havc ,hal degree, be thl-oughou, thf ontcnds a city. However. Salyer said it r meets the hoped that a number can he (he direc- built in the Oak Hill area also. American Legion post. Surviving are his wife, Richard Ernst oMiill'l Troubled mcmhcr of blocks are taken for Oak Hill former Agnes Gillies, to whom i side WPS Icy an Methodist. Rcps ,rt..YY.i and the board, however, said the Manor. Salyer said, the city will Union, was a first lieutenant in Kuba funeral home! (R-Wis.) said he was ready to of the ,_ .east in charge. vote for impeachment if the "'L '-1- nllv y s Hallfliiisl, Adele lilani-he Hf., woman staff member lally expect mcmbcr nf services will be ton.'finai woidmg of the aiticlcs nut f agronomist at nost at noon Saturday in with approval. u Extended forecast Partly cloudy Sunday with a chance of rain Sunday night and Monday. .Speeding Clearing by Tuesday. Highs 80s. lows from upper 50s to 60s. Randy "Past Help" aid call ai 2oo first avenue NE. "Most of the corn is pastjhe was married at Fort Sill.kluirdi. friends may csn lR.Miljnpl who have staff wants "us to appoint the have about a block and a half of Friday. Nuisance j says Dap_ shively_ a Okla.. Jan. 31, 1943; iwo v'psl unl11 regarded for many weeks: present interim director, Lolly Property in Oak Hill remaining farm extension agent tcrs, Linda Hacklcy, St. Traeumcr, Kathleen the most likely as permanent direcloivfnr development. avenue and Fil'lhl for the southeast Kansas area [and Mrs. James Stripe Magistrate's Court' around Parsons. President of i Illinois Farm Bureau, says that unless the dry spell ends Morrison. Albur- Glenn Walte. Mt. Vernon; John Elliott, 422 Seventh ave- SE; Kim Strub, 895 South I f 78! Ninth street, Marion; Robert PI1CCS 1M meals' [Bowser, 640 Sixteenth avenue on .06 JSW; each fined S30 and costs.- Lois Leichsenring, 24X9 lieyn- Noneiolds avenue SE; Pearl Yancey, Jana drive SW; SuAnn C. R. Weather High Thursday Low overnight Noon Friday 2 p.m. Friday Precipitation Total for July Normal for July Normal through July Total for 1974 Barometer, falling Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity Clyde Schultz. Center Point; 2 p.m. SSW at 6 mph. fined and costs. Sun rises Saturday. sun! soon the low yields of feed grains guarantee rising Cedar Rapids; a son, Richard C.. St. Louis; two brothers, Robert, of Rudd and Horace, of Dubuque, and three grandchildren. p.m. Saturday in Grace vote for impeachment, with-1 they can iust foreet it i-hiiivlt Kir Pnif .Inlin........... i J by the Rev. John held their final decision, but are similar, ...3.58 jTichy, Ely; Donna Bascom, cent bigger than 1973's." "iNewhall: Carl South, Daven-1 -20.191 port; each fined S20 and costs. rhat s Jllsl a projection or .31.49 Traffic signal violation educated guess, however. The at noon Monday by Dr. Arnold llerbst. Burial: Cedar Memorial The department of agrictil- with military services by Han- ture's Food Marketing Alert post. Friends may call at just issued said, ''Corn is head- ed for a record crop 5 to 12 per- Futtirc Tenants i "We are going to see this belief lhal No amount of at- flh DA. Loferski and the Rev. before them told a (0 explained in that future jlhomasC. of of misuse of governmenl11 j 0 n s incompetence etc wl" not havc to Pa-v 'directed toward board more than 25 Pcrccnt of lheir in- Services: Turner chapel east I Burial: Nashoth House ipo r. Icem e t er v Nashotah, Wis.r .30.00 James Altig, Boone; fined S15 and costs. Failure to follow truck route Driver's license violation Turner east until Monday. The casket will not be opened following the service. most recent government esti- mates on the corn crop were issued July 12 and the next set won't be out until Aug. 12. The department of agricul- 0.51 i Russell Megonigle, 408 Seven- jture, which has had to revise its Iteenth street NE; fined 515 i TT i -in Li-iriiLi Year Ago today High, low. 66: rainfall. 0.11. Failure to signal John production estimates downward several times, said Julv 12 that Traveler's Forecast Saturday Bismarek Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls i Mineck. 288 Twenty-second av enue SW; fined S15 and costs. Phillip Miller, 3002 Twelfth "N: fined S10 and .Jthe 1974-75 corn crop was ex- pected to be between 5.95 billion and 6.35 billion bushels. C.R. To Have First Black Fire Fighter LC III t; IT 1 V t >V ifl. i J i. t t MI u u- Friends may call at the church Pro-impeachment speeches] members, will deter this action'. g, f. between 4 p.m. Friday and also came from the nrnimd includes utilities, appha p.m. Saturday. The casket will not be open after the service. three Southern Democrats Turner east is 'in charge "or'ar- 1 RePs- 'Mann Flowers rangements. and Tornlon O'Bannon, Alphonce A. New Jerusalem Church of God in Christ at 3 p.m. Saturday by the Hev. Hurley Bassett and Dr. LeHoy "White. Burial: Holy Cross cemetery, Pcnsacola, Fla. Friends may call ab Turner's east until 9 p.m. Friday and at the church between 10 a.m. and p.m. Saturday. The casket will not be open after the ser- vice. lances land maintenance services. Un- Kantor read an 11-page state-, ,ike lhe ,eased housing imcnt that was unanimously ap-jgram where lhe dly leased proved bv the board. It said. ihon cnh Meanwhile Vice-president ;part, employes who cannot'ac-S-f tn'T to low income Ford said conviction and im-l, them lo peachment of Nixon would "very very bad" for the country both on domestic and! foreign fronts. He added, "f can say from the bottom of my heart the President of the Unit-! 1 ants, the new program will in- :avu the city only in certifi- Staff members countered with: cation of eligible renters, Salyer can "leir own slatcment' of my Claimin6 as ln all Thur5day's announce- concerned abollt ments on housing for Cedar ed States is innocent Da-ulrcmont, Norbert J. Cedar Rapids will soon have Saturday at 10 at Immaculate its first black fire fighter. Pub- He e'10'ce a Pcrson who does not hold the qualifications requi- site for the position lie Safety Commissioner James Steinbeck indicated Friday. i-U LiO ovv. luicu oiu ciiju i ...PtCldy But the National Corn Grow- .PtCldy 87-6-1 j strikins fixtures adjacent Association says it doubts PtCldy 87-61 -PtCldy 83-57 .PtCldy 89-65 .PtCldy 83-58 street Raymond Andrews, Eagle Grove; fined S25 and there will be more than 5.52 billion bushels, and that does not give the full effect to the .Fair 93-72 PlCldv 80-60 James Cervcny, 1134 Summit j Fair 82-58 avenue SW; Damon Hear 13-64 1713 Third avenue NW, Fair 90-68 charges; each fined S10 '.'.'.'.Fair 1134 Summit I If the July 12 estimates hold jtrue, the amount of corn avail- this year, counting im- ports, will be between 6.39 bil- Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.0, no change Lansing (18) 8.8, rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 13.4, rise .3 McGregor (18) 7.3, rise .2 Guttcnberg (15) 4.8, rise .6 Dubuque (17) 7.7, rise .3 Davenport (15) 5.1, rise .1 Keokuk (16) 5.6. rise 2.4 Cedar at C.R. (13) 4.13, fall .02 Coralville Lake Pool level Friday 685.10. Marriage Licenses Deborah Lcdcrle and Harry Hoover, Colene Duran and Kevin Wade, Donna Hamm and Jeffrey Buck, all of Cedar Rapids. Patricia Nath, Marion, and Lawrence Yancey, Hia- w a t h a Mary Schoneman, Center Point, and Anthony Ehrcl. Central City. Cheryl Da- boll, Hiawatha, and Terry Hart, Jacqueline Improper passing" Steve i Miller, Swishcr; fined S20 and costs. Right-of-way violation i Bloice Perkins, Rapids City, 111.; fined and costs. lion and 6.80 billion bushels. Demand is estimated by the government to be between 5.88 billion and 5.96 billion bushels. Among six persons certified iwhere fl'icncl5 may by the civil service commissionl was Michael W. Henson, 142 Twentieth avenue SW, a black. w u' Steinbeck said it is antici- pated all six will be included in a resolulion of appointment to be presented to the city council next Wednesday. The effective Conception church by the Rev. I William P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Rosaries at 4 and Ti r. p.m. Friday at Teahen's, TO life Report Nixon Threat to Shultzover IRS Listed Fair Auto Rapids involved more than million in Federal Housing Ad- ministration funds. Loan Guarantee I The Oak Hill Manor project involves million for con- struction loan guarantee and Walter C. Buchcr, 78. of j million in rent subsidies WASHINGTON (API Pres-i 1032 Seventeenth street, NE, Fri-lover the next 40 years. appointment date will be Aug. 3. Also certified were Leonard D. Drake, Garrison; Brian L. Rauch, 6520 Laurel lane NE; Kevin F. Stercnchuk, 600 Tenth street SE; Richard G. Larson, i 106 Fisher street, Hiawatha; Katny Fifteenth Petition for Bankruptcy Lynn Quick, street SE. 1137 Debts: S8.242.56. Assets: with S100 claimed as exempt. Micheal Sinon and Patricia Mary Lynch, 2037 Washington avenue SE, formerly doing business as Mike's Car Wash and as Peppi Distributing, and affiliated with All-States Dis- tributing.lnc.. and with Tires Unlimited, Inc. Both listed debts of and assets of with claimed as exempt. Dorrance Melvin and Susan Geneva Meister, 1207 Third av- enue SE. Both listed debts of and assets of May Not Hold Roben w chapmalli 100 The trouble is that the cs-jTwenty-seventh street, Marion, jtimates may not hold true. Ear-! lier estimates for corn and' other crops had to be revised down because of bad spring weather, including heavy rain.! The wheat harvest, a source of concern during the spring, was! Arrested in Bridge Area One adult and three juveniles were arrested Thursday night and Friday morning near First ident Nixon threatened to fire George Shultz as treasury sec- 1 retary if he tried to prevent use of the Internal Revenue Service against political enemies, the avenue bridge. Alan C. Willis, 20, of 916 Twelfth street NE, was charged with resisting an officer. When Willis was booked at the police station, officers discovered he was wanted on a warrant charg- iing a drivers license violation. _ m in-tiioc viuiciiiuii. Fourth Running A 16-year-old girl, recognized p- by the officers as a runaway was rOr I WO-Tear Icharged with resisting an of- C U IT ficer after she tried to escape. OCnOOl I erm A i7.year-old boy was charged Cedar Rapids. Harris, Hiawatha, and Ray- mond Schulte, Norway. DecAn- na Christiansen, Atkins, and Roger Volz, Watkins. Melody Tjaden, Monticcllo, and Duane Cedar Rapids. 'S15.212.in with Births Mercy daimed as cxempi. July 25 Mr. and Mrs. Georse Voienilek. 1385 Mca- speeded up by the ensuing dry! Mary Ann Kucera, 38, of 2160 I Larry drive WE, Friday took out weather. Corn is the critical crop now. The less corn available, the higher the price. Higher prices for corn mean Jiigher prices for meat. Two years ago, the price of corn was about SI a bushel. 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