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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                30. NAUONAt WfAlKtK iHVICl lo 7 AM li! ft N A. in fin .jv 3QO< DEATHS Cedar ISapids Gazette: Fri., August I, 1371 Joseph C. Modracek Joseph C. Modracek, 71. of Pebble d'-ivc SW. died Thursday following ;i sudden Renewal Named Up for Sale Candidate Youth Accused of Beating Third Time Elderly Couple, Robbery Urban r e n e w a 1 board Norris Dobbin. 3853 Clark Thursday night was illness. He had been a cjiy planners are selected as the Ik-publican can- Horn l of Rapid' July 5, 1903. at th" third time v.'iil ho a Cedar ch.i, m concerning !hc last didaV1 for state representative lrom thc 25th district Dobbin. 'J8. a former instruc- armed Kapids, he was married to unsold urban renewal ft 9f) :it Odar Hapids He was employed The board recommended Fri school, named at a h-gisla- by th'- Cedar Hapids Comnnini- the city council op'-n convention i.f 25'h district ty school system for 30 years, j bid's on the parcel Sept. 11 committccmen and women held Mr. Modracek was a member of, TJU, bounded by Fourth in Ml. Vcrnon ZCH.J l-odgc 91. and Ihc Iowa Seventh .street, C avenue The district includes nuie l.inn v.en- called to chock two per Fciii-ration of Teachers the futurc route 1.330 ,.olmlv including four slei-unis in a cai' tnc northeast quadrant, v.'.'i Terry Dye, IS. of 1.W B avc- beaten when .Mrs. Hladky, 69. ntie NE. wanted in connection awakened shortly before 3 a.m v.-ith ti.i boating of :i Juni 12 find soincow iii tin couple in their home and an darkened bedroom, r'.bbery, was arrested u., Yidav UMhc JJJOQ xj.; Thc intruder beat her. then Dye apparently left the Hiadkv incident. Itepurts Dye had re- turned to the citv were received Rrtin is expected priday night from central Texas, northeastward through fhe mid and upper Mississippi valley and into the laltes area. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. man, fit. Ouljuqne. Satuniav St'. Paul's Catholic i-hurch, Rosary: Krirkiy ;u Kramer's, nycrsviHe. Cedar KajiioY daughter, Mrs. Richard Hoger. under contract once to two local townships n Ames; a son, Robert C Modra-.alllo ,hp iHl'j'ohnsoii n0'bbin will Oj) cek, Woodland Hills, t.ahf.; a through the ,-ity was un- incumbent sister. Mrs. .U-rry Savel. Cedar to deliver title. Kapids; six grandchildren: and wen- invited a second one great-grandchild 'time, but none were received. Arrangements are pending at Cedar Memorial funeral home. H u r i a I Cedar Memorial. Planning Director Don Salyci Friends may call at thc funeral'said he believes the primary home after I p.m. Sunday, reason no bids were received Friends may, if they wish, do- was the same reason the city named by the convention. natc to Camp Good Health or a was unable to complete thc orig- Dobbin was unsuccessful ir. charily of their choice. inal contract steam and other seeking the Itcpublican nnmina- .utility lines in the properly for state senator in thc 13th Infant Robertson be relocated before the land can district, lie was defeated by Derek Torid Robertson, graded. Ivor Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean S.' 'I'he lines arc being taken out jn pose incumbent Democrat !tcp John Patched. North Liberty Rohi-rt Danielson of North Liberty sought thc Republican vf.nirlo nomination in the district by write-in, but failed to receive sufficient votes. Party officials said he did not wish to be Police found Dye and Michai-l th, H. Hanks. 22. Boulder, Culn asleep in the car, which v. a< stolen from Hanks was being held on chariic of larceny of mot holdup of i he PDQ store others Arrested Tun Warrants The Weather Wallace K. G-judwin. Frederick j.lnim ;md '.inua Hue i Gram n. Collins. iclr il.oui.se M. and Lamont A.i Myers. Danny Joseph and He-' 1... Donn L. and Bowers. Debni Susan Randall lledrick. Bessie Olson, Robertson, 6526 Asbury lane NE.'now in conjunction with the A tjon in her'-In'1 tliotl al avenue viaduct projecl. district Surviving in addition lo his; Salyer said several p, Dye lias been sough: on two warrants charging him with the beating June 12 of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hladky in tlieir home. H21fl Bevcr avenue SF.. during a burglary which netted about Sfifil) from a dresser drawer The second warrant charges Dye with participating with two accenting the COP nomina- other pers.ins in th? July IB the 25th representative armed robbery of the PDQ Dobbin said, "The only 225 F.dgewiod road in Anchorage i? S3 L. Angeles Atlanta .-u Miami 86 75 Bismarck 8253 Min'apolii 84 il Ctlicago 7044 .43 H. Orleans 90 74 Denver BI Sd New York 88 71 L'uus 7454 .50 Phoenix 10577 'and John Surviving in addition lo his; salyer said several pubiic confidence can be which SIM and thc wallet of parents are a sister, Wendy Sue.lhuyers, all of them local, jn political process were taken. and a brother, Christopher'shown an interesl. of America is for the public lo ;Scott, both at home; maternal! "lf everybody bids that is become activelv involved in that The other two persons wanted in holdup werrt nrrf-s'ed in thc last '.vfek. Dan Ray Craig, IS, no address, was arrested last Friday in Montrose, Colo., fol- lowing par accident, whon he showed police a driver's license issiied tn the clerk whose v.-allc! was taken in Ihe holdup. Colorado authoritic.s recog- Craig because he formerly lived in Ihe area and further checking determined thai Ihe. driver's license was taken in !he holdup. Craig's arrest led In the ar- r e s t Wednesday in Cedar Rapids of a 17-year-old youth, who police charged with the store holdup. Police charged Dye and Honolulu 8977 Seattle E8 56 Houston 92761.54 Washington 91 72 Extended Forecast Fair Sunday through Tuesday. Highs in 70s with lows in Ihc u C. R. Weather High Thursday Low overnight Noon Friday 2 p.m. Friday Precipitation Total for August ............1.56 Normal for August .........2.97 Normal through August ...23.Hi Total for 197-1 ..............33.05 Barometer, falling.........29.86 Denis ,md Kevin Micli.iel Fires Thursdav. I tisiition al 102-1 Two Blazes at C.H Hospital grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. showing an interest, we'll have Douglas M. Farran, ,60! Firci A Humidity at noon p.m. function of 1820 First avenue NE. p.m. Thursday. under investigation at 1024 Petition for Bankruptcy Dennis Dean and Barbara .1. Long, 124 Tenth street SW. Both listed debts of and assets of with paternal grandmother, Ada I Robertson, Boulder, Colo.; and 'paternal grandfather, Douglas officials areJE. Robertson. res Thursday] Arrangements arc pending ?i Parties Unnamed Memorial funeral; Police and fire vestigaling two Thursday. Mai- evening on the sixth floor of St.I the Cedar alarm system at: Luke's hospital, which caused-home. minor damage. Both fires were in utility! Memorial Services process. None of us can afford The llladkys suffered head Hanks with carrying a con- more than one bid an most "f to sit on the sidelines any and lacerations and ccaled weapon and possession of he said. because our children's very fu- were admitted to St. Luke's hos-'a controlled substance. lure is at stake." P'lal at ''me nf tlltv nrRa'i'n When thc pair was arrested Dobbin said he is particularly-at their residence, impressed by thc "progressive" Police said thc couple record of Governor Ray in edu-. cation and helping the elderly and handicapped. "My experi- ence with young people should rooms. One fire was reported at ililv. p.m. and the other al at of Memories by the ....89% Tracey, Doris M. 2 Cedar Memorial p.m. 'Chapel iRev. Fredrick Moore of Den- A 16-year-old youth who was lnark united Congregational church. Burial: Cedar Mcmori- listed as exempt. Magistrate's Court Wind direction and velocity at: 2 p.m. SW at 6 mph. speeding Rosemary Kath- Sun rises Saturday, sunhcen Johnston, Hiawatha; sets, Casper A. Bowers, Center Hinh Patricia Mac Mont- Ago today llign. Lisbon? all fined 530 'and costs. Davis Clark Fer- low 57: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather. Hi-Lo ...PtCIcly 76-50 ...Cloudy G9-53 .Tshwrs 79-60 .Tshwrs 77-59 .PtCldy 70-54 Tshwrs 77-56 Shwrs 73-59 ...PtCldy 78-58 .Tshwrs 72-55 PtCldy 73-52 Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit..... Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls ..Cloudy 75-53 Shwrs 78-56 Fair 80-51 guson, 1651 Thirty-fourth street SE: Ccdric Neil Brownlield, 3926 E avenue NW; Margaret A. Lenseh, 1208 Thirty-sixth street SE; Clyde Christian Si- monsen, "Winthrop, and Jamc? F. Thornton, 2345 Fifth ave- nue, Marion, nil fined and costs. Danny Duane Van Horn, 3714 Johnson avenue NW, as- sessed SB.50 in costs. in the hospital at the lime of thei second fire was when he asked an employe if the "fire was in the same place as the first one." The youth was released after questioning. Federal Aid for Project Liuvlcr, Margaret 10 a.m. Saturday in Immaculate Con- ception church by the Rev. Richard J. Hess. Burial: Ml. Calvary. Friends may call at the Stewart funeral home Fri- day until 9 p.m. Barger, Mrs. Harold 1 p.m. Saturday, Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by Phillip Stein. Burial: National. Friends j may register at the funeral home. The casket will not be! j opened at anv time. to name thc inter- or their plans for the land. One of the actions thc urban renewal board took in connection with Ihe parcel Fri- day, though, was to recommend the city council clarify that. commercial activities are pcr. that wul deal with the causes of milted on the land, which delinquency. zoned for industrial use. Dobbm received his B.A. de- There are about square feet of area involved. Bids can be tendered on all or part of the property. The value set on square feet at the easi end of the parcel is per square foot, while the rest o! the land is valued al 75 cents per square foot. Newsprint Price Rises for Fourth j Time This Year NEW YORK (API News- 'nrint prices "went up again Fri- gree fi.m Upper owa universal 'P ,his ty m Fayette m 1971. and wasj J ice awarded a masters degree reements wjtn u.s. maml. the University of Iowa in ended Thursday. Friday morning, police found appears lo a handgun land a quantity of drugs in the car. Dye was also charged with larceny of the car in which he was sleeping. Former Police Officer Sues City for Wages Kenneth L. Vanous, 59 Julia Producers blamed rising costs j Anne drive NW, filed a petition i omcerjof raw I against the city of Cedar Rapids schools; international Paper Co.Jin Linn district court Friday which supplies newspapers in asking for in wages he i III BY I __ _ A court-appointed attorney ifm [he Nearly three-quarters of aj million dollars has been ear-j marked for the Linn County! Car-i Manpower Consortium by thei son, 1501 Richmond road department of labor, itl was announced Friday r I L I 4. OaVS JOD LOST   iriM "f lhr Eisenhower signed a compre- Ann Mcl.eai Marriages Dissolved and Denu'ah Arthur A ri.snn. 7-1. Salurday al chuicli Hun- Oak. Stelm-V. What Cheer Rndnry Miller Salurday al '2. Harden's. ll.vci-M-illr Mildred Beck- on Third and Fourth streets from Third avenue. SW to the north. The streets will be designated highways, and will require upgrading of signals. F.lnic-r; Traffic Engineer Mel Mevcr ''1V said. In Ihc agreement. Ihc high r (weeks of .vncrs Of thc panting, which 'overhauling next jn seminary's housing -md -iltio for ''0 vear hbl.n ,md tic hi M ,n frnm "10. no "nln llu gave him the painting as say- rnm( Mf cans lo buy homes. programs for Amcri- BROSH CHAPEL Cedar Rapids nlt'd lit I'nhlir Inquire About Our Pre-arranged Services Solon defect have been reported. China Complex to Pakistan M ISLAMABAD. Pakistan (AIM has decided lo give 2. lie-i way commission assumes a S2S-million sports for signs and main-j :omplex as part nf its foreign _ Icnancc on Ihc streets, litihaid progrnm, llnssain Sycd, di- makes no mention of of the Pakistan lion. 'Hoard said Fridav. Sho'j Specioll let dor Know with Flowers IKOfl K1.I.IS BLVD. FHEXII Prompt FI.OWKKS IMirt-ru I lilt SIIOI' SflOS Center Pt. Rd. N.K. 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