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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Ausust 10. WIAtKEt 30.00 7AM t H I- U DEATHS jCouncil to Commission: 30.30 Edmund J. Dressier .Continued from Page 1 Reacjy JQ AcC6ptj net meeting called by t i i Gerald Ford Saturday morning. V 3 H O U S L 6 T T 6 T pjve Officers gineer and at Hoover school. Buried in 1964 Born Sept. 4. 1905. in he was a member o! Si. John's llouvt'r was Episcopal church: Kingston Wes! Rranch .vould be best Ufl WfAlHfSIOtOCAiT Showers or thundershowers are expected Saturday night over parfs of Texas, Ihe Lakes region and the Tennessee valley. Elsewhere, generally fair weather is expected, with skies ranging from clear to partly cloudy. v me! Kenneth Vanous. effective vice commission hearing on the 21. 1973. appeals of the the officers.'depaitmenl. on ihis His was previous- whom 1-aPelers s Iv accepted effective Jan. 23. last month. nt lodge. AF and AM: a Pfs .974 The five are Assistanl Chief a'kod U- Uapids Consistory: Kl 5 wok early retirement.Wallace Johnson and Detectives 'jf remarks akn ap. ..shrine; Ambar wreath upon his .0 SMI. .November. He claimed Kenneth Millsap. Robert 1 Icopal Men of Iowa and has become an annual (.omponsaiory nme and vaca-ichestcr. Darwin Ammeter church vestry, ,jml hjm make Rosdail. They were sus-.; irt djd Surviving arc a son. Thomas. mornings ccrcmo- effwljvc of and h. .s.nfl im.ia.a- 'Cedar Rapids: two brothers. involved youth forthe mos Jan lm by a grnnd jury on Meeting Adjourned Thomas and Amhony. bnih off31'1- Hoover was was hy (he charges of perjury, obstruction Thp commission was ad- Chicago; and two sisters. sponsoring youtn nmiu.H flf and in somo cases iounlpd lhcn 35 minutes Drossier of Chicago and ana a Later, however, Auditor Rob conspiracy. aftcr it convened.'The commis- uwi lun.s said arp djs. sprcifipri the indict- sionors met privately lo make a anc ies between what menls as thp ,-cason (or the sus- decision, but Chairman Allen i Vanous claims and what city pensjons. not the alleged illegal Yarowskv declined lo predict .-onvc-iitt There tho acis named in the indictments, when the decision would he an- Burial: St. Joseph cemetery at i ,lhCie tne According to citv records, the Scrna of Charlevoix. Mich. Services: p.m. Monday in birthday. St. John's church by the Very] Kev. Canon led the esite. There to City Briefs inches High temperatures r, eratures overnight and Anchorage 60 49.09 L. Angeles 79 AS Atlanta 84 63.45 Miami B6 so i Bismarck 74 43 .Oi Min'apolis 81 is .32! Chicago ...7370 N. Orleans 5171 Denver 78 .08 New York 84 43 .21 DUlUlh 72 57 104 82 Honolulu ..8977 Seattle B2 56 Houston ...8978.03 Washington al Hospitalized Mary Nemec Kilberger, 1508 Twelfth avenue SK. is a patient ai Mercy hospi- tal. Visitors are permitted. The Weather Iowa Oe.jhs fB. Morcy hosp, ffl Lisbon Monday at at Morgan's where friends may call after '2 Games Sat.-Sun. Montrose, i Charles mda.v. doors. Waukon Myles Roai-h, !of Prairie clit Chien, Wis. Tues- at St. Patrick's Parnell. Friends may call at ichiidren's choir composed of dale should .Turner chapel west until n (he Sunday and al the church city presented Iwo selcc-i 10 a.m. lo p.m. The casket will not be after Ihe service. The suggests that friends they wish, contribute to thelnumber of readings memorial fund of St. John's jbcrt Hoover addresses. church. Participants Participating in the wreath-: laying were Boys clubs fromiyYVO Listfid DCS Moines, Ames. Omaha phoned KrW hearing l.al-eters he has pute surfaced in March, lawyer representing Johnson his mind'regarding the Vanous has filed suit asking--------------------------------------- !for the back pay he believes i i i due him. about MUST Halt Inflation Longwooci drive NE, wife of Reitz and a Cedar Minneapolis, Sioux City once the civil service commis- sion was formally involved, and that he believes the hearing was the proper place to have the question decided. Radios Taken .Vil Re, John cuiver Sept. 4 Rapids resident most of her life, if here were Boy Scout and Girl; AUTO ACCIQSntS [surveying the housing situation Police CffSG jdied Friday following a longjscout groups from Two persons were in fair Cedar Rapids Saturday. I que, Waterloo and Pekin, Extended Forecast- cloudy to cloudy through thej period, with a chance of rain in; Catholic church, Waukon. Visi- Helm, manager of Kingston sla- at Bakke- Born March 25, 1887, at Hills- ditim, Friday reported Mich., she was married Iowa communities. radios valued at taken from ,r Cedar Rapids Community Sept. 29, 1928, at Ottumwa. Mrs. Reitz was a member of First seboos distric trucks parked at CongregaUona, church and was be below seasonal normals, withj lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s and highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. C. R. Weather High Friday Low overnight Noon Saturday jpark. We 11 man _ Henry W.t Mondav a nl August 12.-Adv. Dunan, 92. Sunday at at Powell's. Visitation immediate-! h-. j Car Entered John G. a 50-year member of Cedar chapter, OES. Rapids, Waterloo, West Branch and a number of other Eastern William B. Anderson, presi- dent-emeritus of the Hoover Presidential Library Assn., pro- vided the welcome for what was indeed a solemn ceremony in dition Saturday at Mercy hospi-' tal with injuries suffered early Saturday in a two-car collision warned that "unless inflation is A hearing lias been set for 9 dealt with more a.m Sept. 4 on a petition for a intelligently of on behalr at Mur-! the stadium. i interest rates ano increased iiid-i Legion Lanes will re-open! Surviving in addition to of Hoover. jSwisher, suffered a at a meetine in Thursday morning, asking 1 n't ___ i Finrlinnc on highway 218 just south of heretofore, the housing six present and former airport road. jdustry in the United States will members of the Cedar Rapids Daniel J. Richardson, 19. of'continue to deteriorate." police department indicted hy 814 Owen street NW, suffered a I citi skvrocketing fractured leg and Ervin rates and increased ma-j and jury, petition for the writ was ...74 Rainfall Total for August ......1.92 ...........4.31 St. Olaf William G. Herr- mann. 68. Tuesday at at Nor w a y Lutheran church. Burial: Eastside cemetery, El- kader. Visitation after Sunday at Witt's. Tama Mrs. Joe Chyma, 71 husband is a sister, Nita Snider, Wichita, Kan. .j Services: Turner chapel east Dennis, Fairfax, Friday noon Monday by the Rev. ed 19 stereo tapes valued Bender. Burial: Memori-. taken from his car while it was al cemetery in Ottumwa. parked at the Cedar may call at Turner east "We have a place here that is very Anderson said. "Let us now ask the Great Architect of the Universe to bless this 100th anniversary cer- hip and facial lacerations. i neighborhood development fieldithe court to nulllfy tne flndlnf They were injured when cars offfce said "housing Iof the grand Jur-v because 'he driven by Ege and Rodney R. mau crinn Jtlr.v ltself was allegedly Hrdlicka, 19, of Ellis bou- levard NW, collided. Linn depu- ties charged Hrdlicka with fail- Normal for August .........2.97J Pending at Mason-Hand's. Normal through August ...23.16' Total for 1974..............35.80 Barometer, rising .........29.87 Humidity at noon ..........90% Wind direction and velocity at noon, S at S mph. Sun rises Sunday, a p.m. Saturday at -.i_ o.to Kramers in Dyersville, instead ie 6' of after 6 Sunday as reported Year Ago Today High, 87; earlier. low, 65; rainfall, .09. I West Liberty Ethel Sat- jterthwaite, 7P. Monday at i U n i t c d Methodist church. Roller Drome, highway 30 W. Roses S2.50 a dozen, cash Arlington George Bassett.land cany. 4 Seasons Florists, 73. Sunday at 2 at Mount Vernon i Methodist church. Burial: Cassj j township cemetery, Strawberryt Point. Gleim's. I Tapes Taken Dan Richard-j New Vienna Laurence W.json, 814 Owen slrcet NW, Westhoff. 70. Monday at day reported 26 music tapes after i p.m. Sunday and until; a.m. Monday. The casket! Anderson then told the will not be opened after the ser-j youngsters and others in the Look Down Valley iure to 5'ield half of the roadway. Dale shortages may soon become norm rather than the excep- tion." The meeting was attended by invalid. Indicted for conspiracy, perju- ry, and obstruction of justice Cedar RaPids Safety Com- Hrdlieka was treated at Cedar R' housing officejmissioner James Steinbeck and Mercy hospital and released. at St. Boniface's. Visitation Burial: Greenwood cemetery. 1 Muscatine. Snider's. valued at taken from his car while it was parked in the 700 block of Ellis boulevard NW. Viola E. Beecher Viola E. Beecher, 85. apids route 1. died after a lingering crowd to look down the valley toward the little cottage where Hoover was born. "This is! and representatives of the 1 Millsap, Donald Rosdail. Robert Man- chester, and Darwin Ammeter. Asst. Police Chief Wallace Johnson is charged with perjury ,on the industry and also obstruction of justice, at the intersection j ]east abfe cope with Richardson was a passenger in ing industry inCedar Rapids. Hrdlicka s car. j ]n his talk prepared for deli. 'very. Culver said the shortages where Mr. Hoover first saw "impose a heavy burden f thp ,.ark .j avenue and Fifth street SE werei was born April 29, 1889, in Greenville, Tenn. Surviving is a son, Harold Bowling Anamosa William WillardI Auto Rallies Iowa region of; Dayhoft. 67. Monday at sports car club of America' Goettsch's. where friends mavi in t c r he chape Sundav. and noon Sunday beginning at H heritage Df the that so hospitai incrpaw intidtionat v cost increases many like! Police said in. ion fixed incomes." Hoover possessed in helping es-volved cars driven by Sandra Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.4, rise .1 Lansing (18) 8.8, no change Dam 9 (18) 13.9, no change McGregor (18) 7.3. no change Guttenberg (15) 4.9, rise .1 Dubuque (17) 8.1, rise .1 Davenport (15) 5.4, rise .5 4.9. rise 1.3 jTuesdav'at 2, Hrabak's. Dr. Zmcos Chiropractic Office! rhaoel on Cedar al C.R. (13) 4.15, rise Nationai cemetery, Vining. closed Aug. 15 to 19. Orthopedic Memories by the? Rev John tabl country. "How Fitting it is today Culver laid the blame not on Pn g fre in 36 of 2018 F n the prirate 6 Lee f oicj ot zuts p n p0nslve governmental economic 721 Sixth street SE. (Continued from Page 1.) openness and candor with full confidence that honesty is saidthe always the best policy in the end. call after 1 Sunday. Monticelln Monday at Gocttsch's. ,Llndale nwth Chelsea Tillie Riha. nfl.j jMercer, Cedar Rapids; a .'Jbrother, Burton Mercer, Cedar f three grandchildren !and four great-grandchildren. a scaip wi" Prfide My fellow Americans, our Services: Brosh chapel at 101 ,ioned ,hat should Alien taiuries we e tes' new j long national nightmare is over, am Monday. Burial: Cedarja manlike Herbert Hoover." "President Ford has been Our Constitution works; our Friends may call at; ltindeed seemed appropriate. n wh. HVP, !he seledlrei great, republic is a government ..j After days of national anxiety Ihe voices of the children's choir was a passenger in his ear, suf- Memonal Services irang down through the valleyjferedpains in herrightshoulder. Hulen, Forrest E. the peaceful sur-' A charge of driving through a! of ofi .40 2'47 Fires p.m. Friday. Vinton Mrs. Felix Tick- and X-Ray J v.-nrth, 60. White-Phillips'. Children I Bennett Ida Von Roden.: playing with matches at 500 Colorado Springs. Monday avemipNW at Pcace Church Christ 11 ii. ..-i_.i _..T____ Warehouse Entered George; stop sign was filed Woods of Westminster Presby-j As the wreaths were laid herian church. Burial: Cedarjthe grave a violinist played the; Memorial. A. Svoboda. 1025 Twenty-! seventh street, Marion. 21, Charged _ smoke odor at 698 Fiftv-eighth after Monday. Sheets andireported four or five cases of! Damaainq then the crowd Proceeded: hospital after he suffered a back1 courtSW. ;Sons, Tipton. I antifreeze valued at about j back toward the library area, to iajury Thursday when the bi-! Sentence Women p.m. Friday. Short in; opnnRvmc from a warehouse at 2930 television set at 605 Fifteentni ton. .0. Monday at. 10.30. Mm- street SE doch s m Marion where friends! first 6-53 Friday. Mistaken! may call after 9 Sunday.! alarm at 1256 Eighteenth ave-jBurial: Cedar Memorial, Cedar: nue SW. Rapids. "Hiss Sees "New p.m. Friday. Short television set al 1931 Wash- ington avenue SE. p.m. Friday. Flush (tas- oline at accident at Twenty- alKi PARIS (AP. Alger Hiss.J58lll.-Adv. a.m. Saturday. Short in'whom Richard Nixon helped! Steven Erlacher, 21, of 1436jawajt afternoon ceremonies avenue SE. was charged! _____________ t Friday with injury to a vehicle. Kail opening Monday Erlacher allegedly threw a A.M. Rose's Candle wtlich broke tne wlnd- shield in a car parked in the 3400 block of Mt. Vernon road into jaws and not Of men Herp -iat 1 have people rule. But there is a said- 'higher power, by whatever He said he believes congress (name we honor Him, who or- would work with the President jrjains not only righteousness but 'toward this end, and that. iove, not only justice but mercy. "From what I have seen here.j As we bind up the Stephen Foster of Hoover's wmiam Scott Gaibraith, 14, of wlU or wounds of Watergate, more youth. It was fol-j36I1 Terrace ffill drive NE- do the job if the proper toolsipainfu, and more pojsonous than lowed by the playing of p-rjday from st. Luke's'are Provlded- those of foreign wars, let us re- store the Golden Rule lo our po- litical process, and let brotherly Mail Order Fraud ilove Pm'Se our hearts of SUSP'- cion and of hate. Two Waterloo women pledi In Ihe beginning I asked you to pray for me. Before closing I again ask your prayers for in Man Arrested; Kevin S. Morgan, 18. of 86 cycle he was riding and a car The accident happened at p.m. Thursday at the in-jguilly in Cedar RaPids tersection of Forty-second streeticourt Thursday to mail fraud in and Golf street NE. j connection with an alleged at- said a car driven byitemP' to nrder merchandise Richard Nixon and for ilis Selling S E Beauty shop, iSE- The car was owned avenue SW. was Gregory. 24. 1058 Regentifrom sPiegel mail fcra OT JUSTICe established business. 281 Flftcenth street with breaking and NE, was eastbound paying for i grinder at 1120 Twelfth (0 prison jn a sensational. Groceries delivered every day qw js vears Sunday. Nelson's after heannS 'he smmd Kenneth Vine residence.'Gregory was charged with fail-! -y and Meak 3B2-3189.-Adv. glass. Officers re- avcnue NE. on Tuesday ure jostop [or a a.m. Saturdav. case 2" at airport. i Friday that Ihe Nixon :tion may open "a new era of justice in our country." See Women's World in Classl- The Hiss case brought Nixon f'fd. Patterns, Xecdlecraft. his first national publicity. !Sewing Machines, etc. It hap- Ford Seeks Newspaper ALEXANDRIA, Va. May our former President, NW. tering. i GolTstreeT when tt'coilided'with! Gladis Roby. 32. pled guilty to j "ho brought peace to millions Police in the area stopped a Morgan allegedly took a the bicvcle which was and was Put on ll tor mmselt. May God car in which Erlacher was rid-jsterco set valued at from Abound on Forty-second street 'year probation. 'bless and comfort his wonderful -i Katherine Newman. 26, and daughters whose love lilly to four counls and was'and loyalty will forever be a Ihe occupants, but Wednesday. ._'________L__1_ ;sentenced to one year legacy to all who bear rested Erlacher later when they: Bond was set at -T-I r, (ment on each, the lonely burdens of the White discovered the damaged car. !Morgan was taken to the county1 I I hett ID were suspended, however, and'House. jail" n D I '5he was placed on two years': I can only guess at those bur- Two Persons Charqed 'dens, although I have witnessed n I n Fred W. Todd. 1529 A close hand Ihe tragedies that Tapes Missing Edmond W, Wltfl DrUnk Driving KOSSlble brake NE Thursday T__c ;befell three Presidents and the _____________ Trenkamp. 1035 Thirtieth street.; Two persons were charged1 Defect Is Citsd S1'f'40 taken in a 'Marion, Saturday reported 20 Friday with drunk driving. breakin at his residence. Peruvian Magazine musjc tapcs valucd a( Terry Conk 21, no FLINT. Mich. lUPIi- On-. The items included three shot- The men's ritual and escort With all the strength and all Ordered Reopeneditaken from his car while it wasiaddress. was arrested at Motors' Buick division has.8unSi stereo speakers, a teams of the Cedar Rapids Ea- Ihe good sense I have gained iparked at Tonv's Pizza. 3847 :p-m- f'ridav at Ihe intersection :begun notifying the owners of: radio and a pearl necklace. gins lodge were named champi-1 from life, with all the con- IP I'll A I I hO _.. -__- i I T inn ntnrlnlnr-t-ltn ri (AP) Hiss, who lives in New York.ipens every President Ford appeared in is vacationing on the French baby blue pajamas Saturday toiRiviera. start his first full day as Chief1 Executive. He poked his head out Ihe door of his clapboard suburban Washington home just after IJMA, Peru i APi-The maga- dawn and looked down HIP dnscd on for his morning newspaper. iro[ insulting President .Juan hadn't arrived vet Eagles Lodge Teams ,esser trials flf Are National Champs -very Best i can" nf nd Third s ofi ,r, av m o n hird 'about 7.300 current-model estate, flf ons in competition at the my family and friends tional convention of the Frater- and dedicated staff impart to peeked out again and it still; Closing of Ihe magazine, high- hadn'l arrived jn Latjn America. Shelley Oeming. M. Ihe a both in Peru and girl, delivered Ihe President's ICvrn Vclasco support- Washington Pnsi at lhe measure. She handed Ihe paper lo n sc- _____________ crel service agent who in L n i knocked on Ihc'door and gave 11' Watches Reported resident. Stolen of a possibly defective QrOUD Tfl brake pipe that could re- I" mai Order of Eagles in Milwau- me. and with the goodwill of the suit in a loss of the rear brakes. Settlement kcc Allg 2 Americans I have en- 100 The loss will be signaled to W A SHI N G T 0 N lAPi Tne and pscorl teams1 countered in recent visits to 40 all week auction Sal Aug 17th bond. the driver by the brake President Nixon's re-jwcre participating in class "C" 'stales. I now solemnly reaffirm 1-00 llRhl on lho lnstrllmtint panel, election committee has agreed Competition. They also took fifth my promise 1 made to you last Mary Reid, R of 2RI6 Fruit- an increase in brake pedal lo pay Ihe Democratic national in ,hp Dec. 6: lo uphold the Conslilu- All City Brief Adver- land boulevard SW. was arrest- travt'1 ;lnd in nnrmal convention in settle- Tho Rapjds allxiijarv linn, to do what is right as God tiscments must he in The Cia- cd at p.m. Friday in the tllslant'e. men! of a civil suit arising from drill and ritual teams won sec- gives me lo SOP Ihe right, and lo Classified Oflico by 2fiOfl block of Bowling street SW. Watergate brcak-m. the Ond place in class "A" competi- do the very best I can for Watches valued H V d I U i1 fit! I 1 .sorry about being ,ato hul from circu ation dehveiv mnnager j u fn. Display cases in a brrakm for her territory was I'hf Ccdnr Subsr.rlptlor rnles by fnrrkr i onU n week. Bv moll; Eflltlon and 6' Issues S3.75 a monlh, S39.00 a year A( fernoon Editions and Sunrtnv 13.85 a month, S40.00 o year- Oiher onri U.S. lerritorles JAO.Oflo vcof. No Wnil Subjcnplloni nccenteit in hnvmo GoicMc carrier Ittf fntlHrrl rxCluMvpIv to tilt lor repubHf ollon oi oil ttie locol newi prlntcrt In thK news- a.m. day of publication. Ill a.m. Police also charged her with Fine Imposed Sat. for Dial failure lo carrv and displav a c-. nui Adv. valid s license and have 'failure to have her vehicle un- two c. Kjsher .Jr.. Allen T. der control. 1 Yarowsky. William n. Martin, Mrs. Reid was released on Drug Co. 1200 Fourth II. Khrhart. bond. Democrats say. ,ion America. OI.YMPIA, Wash. lUPIl competition. lflh xw- Klllll> state supreme court Friday. _ ale's cdin I lo an suspended John Khrlichman i-hargr nf drunk driving. He was from law practice because of Thank vmi. nue SE. have moved their law of- The 47 walchcs wore from 115 Granny Ruilding to 420 I'aramoiinl Kuildirig. Adv. ''nsls- his conspiracy conviction. missing Thursday In .Joseph G Gallo, Thirly-firsl slreot SE. whu operates the business Wnllace Home MOXTGOMKRY. Ala. iL'Pl.li Governor George Wallace rc-i iturned home Friday alter a week in a Biimingrhim miiinr surgery. When you run a classified ad plan on being home lo an- uer your telephone! WEDDING FLOWERS lor BeKJuly from PIERSON'S'lr; Your nn FlorKi 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW ricmrrphnnp M6-IB2I! FHKSII t'rnmpt fl.lt WKHS PKVti'S i ri> i SHOP 5008 Comer PI. ltd. N.T.. .TO-5565 For 61 yean flowers for all occasions Convenient downtown location 308 Third Avenue S.f. 365-Oil I Now two completely -staffed locations to serve you. John Son Turner's East, 800 Second Ave. SE Turner's West, 1221 First Ave. West   

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