Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 5, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

August 05, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa MA1I0NM fOMCASt 7AM 4 Obituaries IThe Odar Rapids Gazelle: .Won.. Aususl S. 1374 Body of Michael O'Tooie Found Michelle Lee Walter .Michelle W a 11 e r, five- month-old daughter of Mr. and Court Asked To Void Police Electrical Workers Case Charges at Phone Pact The claim of one former ami a- homo; v; 'la'ors for member -para'i- woi-Kiiii; fV Bell accepted it. Kro'.h- A Western Electric spokesman railroad trestle aeros.s tlie Cedar river near Cedar Hapids Waller. Oxford; and Mr. ]ow.. Michael K. O'Tonle was horn 'Aug. fi. 1891. in Charlotte, lie I Walter. WilliamsburK Jilim..s Steinbeck, a former Aug- U, after which time Daryl Walk of Shive-Hatteryj officers described the Greek- any of Bell's 23 operating com- and Associates, consulting engi-l Turkish negotiations on the Panies across the country could neers, said Monday cleaning island as "rough going" fol- be struck individually, work on the remaining streets lowing an abortive attempt Watts estimated that the should begin Tuesday and pav- ing should start the following day. He said the paving work could Ihus be finished by next Tuesday. The contractor, Kutchera Construction Co., has been hampered by a lack of aggre- Sunday to agree on dcmarca- agreement will cost the com- tion lines and buffer zones. pany more than billion over U. S. Undersecretary of State Ilhe life ofthe contract- [Arthur Harman arrived in Tur- key Sunday for talks on the crisis. He was expected to fly to Cyprus and Greece later in the week in an attempt to break the gate material. The material, j talks deadlock. quarried in Minnesota, is I Red Cross and ij N spokes. available, but the problem has j men accused the Turkish in- been finding rail cars to trans- jvasion force of surrounding port it to Cedar Rapids. i Greek Cypriot towns along the The project was scheduled forlisland's northern coast and completion by the end of off male villagers. The late completion will not be cause for any penalty or in- crease in costs, however. U. N. sources said Turkish troops briefly ejected a peace- keeping patrol from the village ket will remain closed after the Roswell McCauley Roswell James McCauley, 45, of 364 Wilson avenue SW, died Sunday following a long illness. A lifelong Cedar Rapids resi- dent, he was born Dec. 28, 1929. Mr. McCauley and the former Mildred "Midge" McDonald were married in Cedar Rapids do it, but we just don't have 'enough money in the budget." Bagley said the service is quite successful, with 75-80 persons using the buses each weekday. Less than half that many use the service on an average Saturday, he said. In some cases, weekday calls "There isn't any !of Bellapais, three miles from said Public Improvements northern port of Kyrema, Commissioner Richard Phil- Necting ahout i-500 Greek lips. "The delays are under- priots during the U. N. absence, standable." In Nicosia, President Glafkos About 25 blocks were included in the project. Still to be com- pleted are the north half of First avenue from Fourth street Clerides accused the Turks Sun- day of ejecting Greek Cypriots from their homes and committing "repeated rapes, and cold blooded Tama Grant Olsen, 83. Mason-Hand's. Montour John Armcnt, 69.1 i Harrison's, Tama. Atkins Carl H. GerholdJ 181. Wednesday at St. a daughter: Me.vin Hub.. nfSnc aftcr Tuesdav and at whole ceiling came down. Births Mercy Aug. 4 To the families Stephen Van Waus. Hiawatha, j have necessitated using autos to supplement the bus service, Bagley added. Surviving in addition lo hisj "Through the week, we're get- wife are three daughters, Patsy [ing more ealls (han we can Kroupenske, Kristine McCauley h.andie "ne said and Deana Ray McCauley. all I '_______ of Cedar Rapids; three sons.i to the bridge, First street NE a arson block north of First avenue Tllrklsh of- Second avenue SE between demed the charges- Military officers representing Britain, Greece, Turkey and the U. N. peacekeeping force tookj their search for firm cease-fire lines to the battle zones on Sun- Iday. Fourth and Sixth streets, First street SE between Second and Third avenues, Third avenue SE between First street and the bridge, and Fourth avenue SE west of First street. In addition to pay increases, the union chief said the offer provides full protection against inflation, the "largest improve- ment ever made" in pensions, a company-paid dental plan and more than million in local money for reviving what he called inequities in job clas- sifications. A major stumbling block dur- ing the more than two months of negotiations had been the issue of union security and Watts said the new contract offered sub- stantial improvement. ui visual ixupiub, uuee sons.i-, Michael, David and William, alljSuprefTle Stays Start of Schaffron Trial of Cedar Rapids; a grandchild: a sister. Mrs. Donald Clark.! Cedar Rapids; a brother, Don- ald McCauley, Willimantic.] Conn. tral City, a daughter (Continued from Page 1.) s a rumble and then the at a.m. Wednesday by the alleged "conspiracy to take over Trial of Herbert Schaffron on Services: Turner chapel west j a charge stemming from Aug. 5 To the families Donald Stine. Mt. Vernon. daughter; Jerry Pine Grove drive NE, a son. Out of Town Births At Seattle Air force Major and Mrs. Jan Cislcr, a daughter 1 'i church aftcr 10 Wednesday. jRcv. Mary A. White of Bethany and cnurch- Friends garbage hauling businesses in Linn and surrounding counties Haair. there was C_M at Tllrner wcsl.afler been slaved by" an Iowa _. ICCS 1 mn T nfnllnUnJ Ke-ota cemetery. Pow- Waukon Earl Johnson, SS.jble) Tuesday at 2. St. John's Lu- me underneath. 1 crouched on the floor and the stuff (rub- p.m. Monday and until 10 a.m. supreme court 'justice Wednesdav. The casket will nol The trial was scheduled to theran church. Burial: Old me" was heaped all around be opened afler Ihe service. jbegin mornjng jn Ljnn horn AUK'. 1. He is' Ihe'son of Wcsl Paillt Creek cemetery.! Police said Ihe rear section of GCOI-RC H. Cislcr, 4016 Mt. Ver-lMal'tin Brothers. ;lhe building collapsed non road SE. Iowa City Henry F. Mein-1 cars parked nn the roof ap-1. 'ken, 81. Tuesday at 10, Ihe final debate about the slay ord (Continued from Page 1.) district court. The justice who j granted the slay order and at- jtorneys in Ihe case could not be reached Monday morning (or er. i As they inspected the zones, [skirmishes were reported along the northern coast near Kyrenia and along the "Green Line" separating the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot sections of Nicosia. (Continued from Page 1.) Kovarik apartment by breaking a kitchen window about p.m. He grabbed a butcher knife off the wall, and threatened the door, police said. 1 Another tenant, Etta Kitch, ReSCU6 Attempt; of 518 First avenue NW, notified! police. When officers arrived. Webb broke out a window in Ihe front door and attempted to es- (Continued from Page 1.) said the sources reported that the new tactic was proposed be- cause the 64 tape recordings which Nixon has been ordered to turn over to U.S. Judge John Sirica contain information po- tentially damaging to the Pres- ident. One high-level White House source told the Post that four of the tapes would add a new dimension to the case against Nixon voted by the house judi- cary committee. "All hell will break loose when they come the Post quoted the source. However, the report said the sources refused to discuss the substance of in- formation on the tapes. Drowns in Clipping NEW YORK A 12-year-old j NEW YQRK irl who couldn't swim said Sunday that a Sunday in a vain attempt to five-minute, 12-second gap in a cape until officers drew their 10-year-old playmate White House tape of a conversa- guns' Kicked Doors alter he was pushed off a float- lion between President Nixon and his lop aides resulted from the end of one reel and Ihe of a new one being apartment by kicking down ing pier by another boy. Webb is also accused of at-j a H-year-old tempting to enter the charged him The tape of the April 17. 1973. Parsons nnd Jennie Leo Wednesday YchYinnn! house that caved in housed the "lc aui'' door open "T wold: Larry Wayne Wilson andic-hm-eh. Campbell's. %rocessim! denarlment and committee, Mondale ing August. Their bodies were m Wendy [Van Malhcws, both of: i American people as we consideri spiracv and false The J I'. S.-NiRcria Paei Walker. Pavid Keith Faust j Clarence- Wayne Merrill. Estimates of those missing m ovo P, d lfi.bl.ard. and Lois Inne Jncohs Wcdnosday at Unit-i ranged from eight lo more than rom R 20 ;lllfl 'A Whrniland. :'-d Methodisl rhniTh. Masonic; h Horn office. ninth conlmuance of trial dales and Ihe United Methodisl clmrch. Masonic riles Tuesday at It, Fires where friends may call aftcr I p.m. Saturday. Short in dmlrl.MI at Vine avenue SK a.m. Munilay. linriloadrr In eleclric linrs at Firsl avenue nnd Sixth slrrrt Wesi. Urnnt's. l.'l Ormvncd .IAKAKTA, Indonesia i.M'l TAMl'A. i'ia. lAPl-Ceneral A sank of js. North Moluccas and (iunrral Hetirini; Drrnrali _ fail J. Frelheim liS. Tuesday at 2. Decorah Lii- 'heran church. Slrinc's. Hl'uce rainier, ninimaiider of jn Ochvein _ John Siill, U. S. Army Readiness Com- were drowned, jmand, is relirinj; ;il i Jfthn fill l Magistrate i Court Services: Wednesday .Spredins llsuan Want; Pa- "''.'int's. chow, Iowa City, fined SSO Moinina Francis (ir.-tdv Willard II. Ohm, Lone! H7. fined anrl Con-1 _____ .......____ nie .Sli.san Fleet- wood load SW; Nalhan Waili- NK; Harry Odell earlier, Dial Tick up the phone today ami; Id a w.-inl ;ut In work for yon, "Fioral ta -anlasies from our skilled artislt PIERSON'S "srK KI.I.IS ni.vn. NW i .TBI-HJS FIIESH I'rtnnpl FI.OWKHS I'MKVS I'TII I'l.OniiH S1IOI' SIKW Cenler I'l. Kil. N.1-. ninth ronlinuance of trial dales in the case. Drive when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED 24 HOURS [VERY DAY. after him. police said. xixon-s lawyer Their bodies were recovered jamos flair' said i'tlempts lo s.lp wns hy (hp chanijing of Ihe reels. Time said that no mure one minute was needed for Ihe change Ni- Time -ilso quolef! retired Maj the West announced a allfl lho Stales (inn .Inhn Bennett, whn uuard- asreement pulliiiR Iranian' iWcemrni Saturday Ihe tapes for almost a year, back on the world market fnriSuaranteeing American invest- as saymi; "I have a feeing that Ihe first lime in three vears monts N'Rcria. II replaces somewhere .-lions tho line some- 'Oiie siRiied in Iflfil nl11' messed with those tapes 0 E. LAl'EN Downtown location for 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 ;