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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NA1IONM WtAlHflf StRVICf to 30.00 60 70 Ram xpected Tuesday night in southern Arizona and the Gulf coast states. Clear to partly cioudy elsewhere. l raar uapms i.azcur: lues.. JULY ail, ian Election Thursday Is To School Board Deadline for i' i-j Hidgc School Filinqs I i Charge Lodged Against 6-Year-Old Boy A 6-year-old boy Monday was arrested in connection with a breakin at an Polite .-.aid the boy allegedly broke into the Phil Berg residence. 2030 Glass road NK, on July 22. Kntry to the apartment gained by prying a Mrs. Joseph Kacere De La Hunt Mary Kacere, 80. of 322 Korlv list street .NE. widow of Hit f 10 i SI Joseph Kacere. former lllL c jastor of SI. George Orthodox I t n :hurdi. died 'I'uesdav follo-.viiiL u i brief illness. l J1 f i i 1 i Horn Aug. 1. 1893, in ln she had been a resident 01 R U-dar Kapids 62 years. She uas ,m( i member of Si. George Ortho M M lox church anil thi- St. Gcorgt I t 1 M 1 -1 J 111 Survivors include two daugh Vm ters. Genevieve Dayid. Cha lu n, (Iron, and Nina Kacere J( Cedar Kapids; two sons, George ,HS m N, Cedar Itapids. and Michael nb J.. Gordon. Neb.; nine grand tt ,ld children, one great-grandchild i, and a sister. Vida Abodeely i r I i Cedar Hapids. d lpu .Services: Turner chapel cast u ld lu at a.m. Friday and St ln md llldd 1U George Orthodox church at 11 h, real-grandchildren: ;.m. Friday by the Key. Con M d stan tine Nasr. Burial: St. llllw halt-brolliers. Kcnm: George cemetery. Friends L inn i ncidhne for filing .s U. u, WKK turn on i C 1 Com- uo.sis is Thursday. i j i j r i ar.didacv. o-'-ee c: ,11 u the ''elan Ihu schMl district in a m mat accorcir." u d d 1 be more Curran candidate's name to appear 4XlR Supervisors Vote 1 oln to ciuxcn mpm. and Camp Stay f OP Mm s ,f Home Residents no ikl hi u ii ibu Mtn h, sh< comity supervis-rs lh< 1 mniorhish favored a proposal tuspcn c. noo Is losser said fr containing in pennies and a walkie-talkie of undetermined v a 1 u e were taken, police said. Tiie boy was released to his mother and the case was referred in the Linn probation department. Hiawatha Woman Sentenced on One Charge, Not Three liam Doc. 1828 Second avenue, SE. fined S10 and costs. Harry Fetter, call at Turner's east after J ll( i u n p.m. Wednesday. A Trisagian Momis service will be held at Turner .Services: Turner chapel east east at 8 p.m. Thursday. The at p.m. Friday by the Very family suggests that friends RCy. Canon D.A. Loferski of Si jr., 215'De Long drive, Marion', may, if they wish, contribute to'.John's F. p i s c o p a 1 church. buildings are not the only problem lacing the junior highs. Educating the junior high stu- dent presents a special chal- lenge, but teachers and ad- ministraturs who demonstrate :lt The Weather High fer Cipiration1 Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston Petition for Bankruptcy Donald Eugene Siarks, each fined and costs Driving; without lights :thc St. George building fund. Mrs. Earl Matteson -1419: I respassms each 9274 business as Don's Barber Shop. cpmnl! cit-v- Debts: es to Assets: none. Allen Dale Miller, CIO Second street SW. and Claudia rtradway Lillian Bcesc cloudy Thursday with a chance, Miller. 107 Thirteenth street Eighth avenue SW, fined Burial: Cedar Memorial cemc terv by the VFW. Friends may call at Turner cast from I p.m. until 1 p.m. Friday. will not he opened stay a; Courage near Momicello. "'in' Key. John Gallagher, health center board an infor- ability in junior highm-e'tennl ma! meeting of the supervisors, ed to iransfer to senior high because career opportunities ln ire "re'itcr there K1S lo age Virginia Rrubaker. of 1403 H avenue NE. was sentenced in Linn district court on only one member c'laI'nC. not three as re- porled in Monday's Gazette. She was convicted of posses- sion of a controlled substance i amphetamines i with intent to deliver. She was acquitted of of a controlled sub- stance and conspiracy to deliver .82 56 6453 9077 .97 78 Extended forecast Partly i 3501 Bel Air drive SE, fined and costs. Stopping: on traveled portion of rain. Fair Fridav and Both claimed debts of I S7.959.87 and assets of S400, all Terry Dulin, 238C Blakely ..3.58 .20.19 .31.49 C. R. Weather High Monday Low overnight........... 2 p.m.................... Precipitation............. Total for July Normal for July Normal through July Total for 1974 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon ..........58% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. NW at 16 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sunsets. Year Ago Today High, 77. daimcd as cxcmpt low, 66; rainfall, none. j Maqisirate's Court Traveler's Forecast Wednesday boulevard SE, fined and costs. Expired license David W. Stanck, Springville, fined and costs. day. Highs, upper 70s to as t. 80s. Lows, mid DOS to low 60s. Richard Lee Schadle, 1031 [Washington avenue SE. Debts: Assets: S50, all 81 i claimed as exempt. "MI Clark John Wicst, route 3, i Tip ton. Debts: Assets: 575. claimed as ex- .Nonc cmpt. i cense William Heck, 500 Ci ...1.55; .Richard James Weis. former-1 avenue NW, fined S20 and' i ly doing business as Dick'si costs. Chauffeur Service, and Dianne Intent tn injure __ Thomas Evelyn Weis, 1240 Fourteenth Burns, no address, fined street N, Marion. He claimed arid costs. 515 nnd costs. Altered driver's license Matteson, died Tuesday in: _____ University hospitals in Iowa City _ following a brief illness. 'City PrOpOSGS Born Nov. 15, 1903, in Cedar Rapids, she had lived here all __'her life. Shc was married to Earl Matteson in Cedar Rapids. i Changes in Two Speed Sections proaram for county home a substance. residents.'she said. Shc rccClved a scn- A hearing is to be held con- tcnce bccausc of a showin6 at a corning the proBoscd use of that she possessed the drugs only to accommodate Iowa and was a reporter Baring funds probably i" another, not for profit. Women's Wear Daily from 1955 competent staff members to re main in junior high schools. Mrs. Rosser. wife of local at- torney Forrest Rosser, is Oj county funds including the revc- in 60 davs" inc 011C VCar 3S DrCS- ..30.06 debts of S60.628 and assets of S375, all claimed as exempt. Shc claimed debts and assets of 5400, all claimed! as exempt. i Leslie Gene Klouda. 411 Scv-; street SE. Debts: and was Radio Co. Surviving is a daughter, Dorothy Schleth, Novato, limit regulations. Unlawful use of driver's li- and a granddaughter. Tllc changes. Services: Noon Thursday at Tl'affic Engineer Turner chapel west by the Rev !woultl rcclllce lhe allowable Martin Laughlin of St. cn sixth street SW church. There wi.1 be a Twenty-seventh avenue ane is a committal. Friends mav and Thirty-third avenue from 45ibla'y bo_ard, the Ceda, Rapids- lfl-n budgcl amendments hearing. lOUm retired from Collins' '''he city council will place on lo :saic! Mrs Qxley. Plans for spon- n file Wednesday an ordinance moving lo Cedar Rapids. 'n -idiiltq will he' Po TP changing two "sections of the1'11 1958- shc has servctl on hc 'ldulls TOllCe cnangm. sections of the finahzod thcn CQ of Gallagher, who is also Second street SE, was ident of CamP CouraSe- said charged with a registration card i Parent-Teachcr-Stu- PaVmcnl fo1' thc oulinS could excessive smoke, im- R e s i s t i ng execution of process Clark Witt, no Speeding Randal'Williams, 1247 Hazel drive NE, lined S40 Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moincs Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Weather, Hi-Lo Fair ____ .Fair Fair 82-55 81-60 Fair 76-58 .Fair 87-01 .PtCldy 80-55 Fair 80-60 ____ Fair 90-67 ..PtCldy .Fair '6-57 ..Fair 91-62 Fair 84-61 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy 83-56 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.7, rise .2 Lansing (18) missing Dam 9 (18) 13.8. no change McGregor (18) 7.4, no chang Guttcnberg (15) 4.8. n change Dubuquc (17) 7.2, fall .2 Davenport (15) 5.5, fall .2 Kcokuk (16) 5.0, fall .5 and costs. Larry Sloan, route three, Marion, fined 535 and costs. Wallace Luedtke, 975 Second street, Marion; Samuel Guzzo, Wyoming; 1005 Eisenhower Kobb street. Hall, Hia- watha; John Brokaw, 2140 A avenue. Marion; Johnathan Weeks. 531 Wilson avenue SW; K e n n e t h Roseberry, Center Point; Vicki Harger, Center Point; Henry C. Reth- man. Belle Plaine; Thomas Fitzpatrick. route one; Gary Gorsh, 928 N street SW; James Kalina, 1615 Eighth street NW: Michael Racier, 2865 Eighteenth avenue, Marion: Roger Hall, Independence; David Stanek, Springville; Richard Hartke- meycr, 1714 Park avenue SE; Albert LeGrand, Lisbon; Glenn Simmons, 2277 B street SW, and Jeffrey Fields, 1175 Sev- enth avenue, M a r i o n. each fined 530 and costs. Edwin Koehn, Central City, fined and costs. David McMickle, 1017 Center street NE; Lesley Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.97, fall Collingwood, Newhall; Daniel .03 Shakespeare, Fairfax; Clifford i Mall. Belle Plaine, Charles Groff. Central City; Virgil Bradley, Zwinglc; Albert Downs, 600 Fifth avenue SE, each fined 520 and costs. delavcd 60 to 90 days. tion may Iowa Deaths Iowa City W. Al- Asscts: 60- Wednesday at 10, St. Wenceslaus Catholic church. Rosary: Tuesday at Dono- hue's. where friends may call Her 1 Tuesday. Mardliette Bessie L. Star- key, 78. Thursday at Thornburg's in" McGregor, where friends may call after 2 Wednesday. Burial: Council Hill cemetery near Marquctte. Lamont Adah Seward, 82. Thursday at 10 at St. Mary's. Scripture service Wednesday at 8 at Kreussel-Fawcett chapel. Bu r i a 1: Oakland cemetery, Manchester. Vinton Forrest M. King. 77. Friday at 11 at Prairie Creek Christian church. Camp- bell's. Aurora Walter Bird, 75. Pending, Fawcett's. Waukoma Edward Ga- briel, 77. Reed's. Palo Elizabeth Booth, 79. Thursday at at Turner chapel west, Cedar Rapids. call at Turner west from 1 p.m. Wednesday to a.m. Thurs- day. The casket will not be opened after the service. The family suggests friends may, if member of the li-, lids- Marion Fine Arts Council, and mph to 35 mph. and would make, school zone limits effective Conception church during school hours. Fne Rossers have four chil- At proper muffler, faulty vehicle equipment and assisting escape 1 from officers Sunday. He was taken to Linn county i jail after allegedly helping a person escape from a Linn sheriff's officer. The they wish, make a P h thc to the American Cancer Society chanSc- thc 25 mPh limit wouldi or the charity of their choice. aPP'-v from 8 a-m- unhl 5I ______ on week davs. Mevers said; Memorial Services Burgess, Ricky AV. Memories by the Rev. Glen High of Berean Baptist church. Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday ...683.4 Births Mercy July 29 To the families of Jack Andrews. Troy Mills, a son; Gary Schroedcr, 2900 SchulU drive NW, a daughter: Keith Trey, Marion, a daughter. Births Lub's July 29 To the families of Stephen Foster, 359 Fifteenth avenue SW, a daughter; John G. Veccllio. 258 Sussex drive NE, a son; Max E. Betciibender, Coggon. a daughter. Out of Town Births Equipment violation Mi- chael Cooper, 1229 Second street SE, and Clarence Fran- cisco, 1100 Summit avenue SW, each fined 510 and costs. Improper muffler Michael Cooper. 1229 Second street SE; Jeff Shimck, 320 Fortieth street NE; Thomas Marios, 6518 Brookview lane NE: Curt Me- Nabb, 1123 Center Point road NE. each fined 510 and costs. Randy Klouda, 804 Fifteenth street SE, fined 520 nnd costs. Smoke violation Michael Cooper. 1229 Second street SE, At Des Moinrs A daughter fined 510 and costs, tn Mr. and Mrs. Kent Tharp. j nisohryinc traffic signal Mrs. Tharp is the daughter of Harold Jensen. Ui7.er.ne: Keith Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hartley. M Mpvcl. ,9901, Eighth avc- 1026 Ellis boulevard NW. nuc._ Marion: Carl Unkcl. 621 Marriage Licenses SE' cach fincd S15 Delmcr Bohr and Violet Uth-i Failure tn yield pedestrian off, Keith Simmons and Jerrcl-' rljrlil (if Fred Rhnm- clenc Unkrich, Mcrwin Harris j here. Ml. Vernon. fincd and and Nancy Fay. Larry Peyton; costs. and Elaine Thompson, Jack La; Driving on wrone side Tour and Marlys La Tour, Wil-: rtick 3224 Carlisle liam Byrd nnd Sherry Ewen. .street NE. fimed 525 and costs. Glenn Ashbacher and Keena Attempt to elude police Riley. all of Cedar Hapids.i Randal Williams. 12-17 Hazel Mark Ilansen of Si. Jnhns.' drive NE. fined 520 and costs. Mich., and Tonne nf East Krsponsihility for minors LallfinK. Mich. William Mr- J m r v- J n Ozark Vicker of Cedar Rapids and street NF.. fined 510 and costs. Sandrn Finley of Himvatha. "Vretcr violation Mrrnice James Fuerst nf Omaha. Neb.. Xclton. 801 Thirtieth slrcet XF. and Kenda Vogel of Cedar fined 515 and rnsls. Hapids. Ruben nf Key- Improper rrsistratinn Wil- slnne and BarlKira nf Cedar Rapids. Fires p.m. Monday. Children willi matches to vacant CUIMSC at 2118 First street SW. p.m. Mnnday. I'nkium'ii In crass ai 5011 lilocl; of Knnrlh si reel Slv tell someone you care with flowers Burial: Cedar Memorial. Ar- rangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Lebeda, Joseph Brosh chapel Wednesday at by the Rev. George McDill. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at the chapel. S h o u d y, Ford E., sr. j Wednesday at Stewart funeral home by the Rev. Alex- ander George. Burial: Linwood. The casket will be closed at! Wednesday and not opened j after the service. Friends may I call at Stewart's Tuesday until 9 p.m. The family will he at the funeral home from 3 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Belelirad, Anna Marie Im- maculate Conception church at a.m. Thursday by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Prayer service: Father Leonard at 7. p.m. Wednesday at Turner j chapel east. Hover, Cornelius G. i Turner chapel cast at a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Allen S. Van Cleve. Burial: Oakland cemetery, Iowa City. Friends may call at Turner cast until 10 a.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Kubias, Celia Frances Turner chapel cast at p.m. Wednesday by the. Rev. Reuben Tjaden. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Turner cast until 1 p.m. the appeal petition it Wednesday. The casket will not j ,u i. i i i be opened after the service. argued that substantial legal1 Meyer said. J Michael Howard Gray. sent the speed limit at dl'cn who attcnd WashmSlon Seventeenth street SE. originally! high school. McKinley junior charged with robbery with "le Person "'horn Coo- high school and Grant Wood ele- gravation has pled" guilty in i Per hc'Pecl escape was not avail- Linn district court to a lesser ialjle- charge of robbery i was released from the Gray had been charged Tuesday morning on using a knife to hold up a Cedar Rapids service station the morning of May 16. He was con- nected to the robbery when he was involved in an accident shortly after the robbery. Sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 30. pendin" completion of a prc-scntence ;iti' i enforcing the limits only when. [they arc really necessary would i greater respect for Ihem motorists. The lower limit on Sixth street' was prompted by high accident rate and has the approval of the state highway commission. school. C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 If you need help: Foundation II 362-2174 is Ihe hardest ji'ord to ,iav it ifit'h floirert PIERSON'S fSPer 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW FLOWERPHONE 368-1825 Scott Appeals Conviction on Bank Burglary Jack Raymond Scott of Des Moines has appealed his convic- tion in Cedar Rapids federal court on seven counts involving bank burglaries to the Eighth circuit court. A federal jury found Scott guilty May 31 on six counts in connection with burglaries at Randall and Swaledale and on one count of conspiracy. He was sentenced July 22 to 15 years' imprisonment. In rights and claims" had been raised in requests for a judg- ment of acquittal, motions for dismissal and a motion for mis- trial. Scott is free on bond. O'Bannon. Wilbur Lcltuy Turner chape! east, at 3 p.m.; Wednesday by Dr. LuHoy; White. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner cast until p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not he opened afler the service. i For 61 years flowers for all occasions.' John E. Lapes 3083rdAve. SE 365-0511 Convenient downtown location fllKSII FUWKHS Prompt IMiri'ry PKCK'K 1'I.OWKH SIIOI' 5008 Center I'l. Rd. N.I-.. o Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone nmweicfl 'It houn oveiy i NEW IN THE WANT ADS! Look To Classified Each Day For PATTERNS NEEDLECRAFT Shop The Want Ads For Excellenf Buys.   

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