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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obituaries Everett Shenefelt Oalc Smith Kverett Eugene Shenefcll, 80, Oak 0. Smith, 89. of 1519 I'ark of Vcmon di ivi- SE. died Sal- urday following a brief illness. a Born 8, (Continued from "age 1.) try to restore the constitutional balance between the legislature and the executive branch during SK, died Monday HIP Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., August 12, 1974 pi i Uangerous Intersection T i I f i T 'O O6T LeTT- I UITI Retired since 1954 after serv- n.g as -sales manager of liude ,lall Aug 5 lm at Max. Aulo Co. anil Hearn-Stevenson well. He was a retired barber Co.. he was born in Washington. resident of City pa.--.'..-, v.-ill m tin- I-A., "We do not wan! to dominate installing left-turn bays Tuesday there have been about 60 j. at Colo, he any President but we do want to morning.at the city's most dan- He said another funding rc- rribes" Mansfield timeor Mel Mc-yc-r said Monday. Friday was rejected which tune the city wait no ,ln-r Mel said Monday. The turning lanes -.'.ii! bo con- Kcunumy on highway H9 at decided Iowa. Aug. 23, He was Cedar Rapids for more than 40 Mansfitlrj told newsmen later wiih Edgewood road teller married to the former Helen years. ,vagc SW. said the intersection A requc-st seeking .Tufts July 17, 1922, in Cedar Surviviii" in audition to his and price controls and cut fed- h'JS Inf frequency of for the city to proceed with the Rapids. wifi- are three Mrs. era! spending So billion to Sij in uty in ia.-i jirujrc; wa-. iianu-deiiveied to j A pilot in World war 1, he had, Fred A. Hull, Mrs. John L. billion to fight inflation 18 months. There have been two the eominission. and approved. jheen a Cedar Rapids resident j.Slamy and Mrs. Roland H. Mansfield said any reoues! Meyer .-aid the ci'.y will ask since 1919. He was a graduate of; Rogers; two sons. Howard II. Ford for a tax increase i.Monmouth college in Illinois. ;and Tillman J.. all of Cedar hl> land was a member of First [Rapids; 19 grandchildren and 20 jllt ,0 declined to s'iv Ofl Wf AIMtfC f OTOC AS1 am is expected Monday night in the- northern Rockies, parts of the middle Atlantic lower Florida and sections of the Tennessee valley. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. i Congregational church; llanford great-grandchildren. xllch American legion post; a 50- Mr. Smith was a member of without knowing I year member of Crescent lodge, paul'.s United Methodist Weuld iAF AM: the Kite club and church, where he taught the Cedar Rapids Country club. Friendly Folks Sunday school Surviving in addition to .ill. Hermon lodge, AF ,hr> are a daughter, Mrs.IAM; Elks club and Journeyman' of the con- construe! !he s.iruetion co.-.ts, but commission officials have indicated rc-im- -i form 'it j ............n------' .'i.Yl Jjlfii L1UIJ tlllU JUUI. jGerald Wells, La Barbers local 97. Jle i Calif.; two grandchildren, and a! former state barber inspector -sfC lc victor Mrc n-jvinn rinmim, nt may announce I'ar.i in attempts get our-< .-talc highway eommi-'sini: them. .-aid the ci'v first .'-.sked tor Ihe mam domestic problem turning lanes in 1072 !n the facing the Ford administration [ive pnor about 2D accidents occurred at <-n'. not he possible. eeond Attempt For 11 Tower said the speech will the intersection, Meyer said. I sister, Mrs. Clayton Clapper, of Washington. Iowa. The Weather and inued from Page 1.) Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Ouluth Honolulu Houslon ;nrt nf [VCCT't, il -IB L. Angeles 77 66 85 43 .84 Miami ES 74 SI 5! Min'flpolis 74 id 85 64 N. Orleans 91 74 E? 56 New York 83 62 64 SB .14 Phoenix 10576 8376 Seattle 6751 93 78 Washington 62 60 Mon- ahi Plans for a private dining club on the 21st floor of IE Tower have apparently been ales in their early 20s, scrapped. S.'i.OOO in cash, travel- A spokesman for Trans- ._.., checks and jewelry, then A m e r i c a Investment Corp.. :Nixon administration where ttov iea'e'for the to'l'loor "hf 'and i''aceCCd into'Twaitmg Driver's liccnsr violation be open at any time. The family i Joseph F. Dlouhy, 83, of 1236; The address itself will be <.w tTk'ii' street, Marion, is in default. luni-K Center Point suggests that friends may, ifi.Miami court NE. died but will contain -no want 10 Kill !road .M.; Dary! Dascr. contributo lhe i aftcl. a shon illness, 'blockbuster e a Anders Franzen. 25. also va- abOUt UVO or lhrcc seph There wi college. be a cremation com-. claimed debi.s of SH.IiRl.l, ancl< Disturbing the prior with Rcecc. Center 'poinflmittal. Friends may register at churned as exempt. finod alld COM, ;Turner east. The casket will not Joseph F. Dlouhy mosa.ch nncdSlOandcost Traveler's Forecast Tuesdiiy Ranee Steven and Rebecca i iAnn Myers, Second avenue j Faulty equipment Robert iSW. Both claimed debts On Baldwin. 130U M street SW; 1 and assets of Sl.ilGU, llnctl S30 and costs. Leslie: l Schneider, YMCA; Gary Neal.l K street SW; each fined claimed as exempt. Weather. Hi-Loi John Patrick and Essie Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moincs Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee .Fair 77-53 ...PtCldy 90-72 Fair 87-63 ___PtCIrly 80-B2 ___PtCldy 88-65 ....PtCldy 84-58 ....PtCldy 88-67 ___PtCldy 92-72 ___PtCldy 79-60 Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 82-62 Rilcy, 1100 Thirty-first street NE. He claimed debts of! and assets of with all claimed as exempt. She claimed debts of and assets of SI, with all claimed as exempt 510 and costs. Iowa Deaths Center Point Witt P. Sex- ton, Wednesday at Murdoch's, where friends may call after Tuesday. with claimed as exempt. 4-56! She claimed debts of land assets of with 5350 j claimed as exempt. Arthur A. and Alctha Turley, no, Eighth street NW. for- doing business as the Rapids. .791 Spucinut Coffee Shop. Both Omaha ............Fair 96-70 St. Louis........PtCldy 91-70 Sioux Falls.........Fair C. R. Weather High Sunday Low overnight Noon Monday 2 p.m. Monday ..............84 j claimed debts Precinitatinn 072 antl asscls of S17.200, nee Dilation .............v.u 20Q daimed as cxcmpt. Total for August ............5.03 Charlos Dwaync and Virgins Normal for August Lathrop, 260 Third ave- nue, Marion. Both claimed debts of and assets of with 5615 claimed as arometer, rising exempt. Humidity at noon ..........83% Gene Arnold and Elmerial Burl LeRoy and Cheryl Cedar Memorial, Cedar lene Bohall, 1205 Twentieth av- KaPlcls- cnne SW. He claimed debts of and assets of Central Florence Shop. of with Sellers, 84. Tuesday at Murdoch's. Garnavillo Ivan E. Wood 63. Wednesday at Mur- doch's in Marion where friends may call after 7 Monday Burial: Cedar Memorial, Cedar Dyersvillc Henry J. Hess- Normal through August ...23.1G Total for 1974 ..............36.52 Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. S at 16 mph. Ann Kelly, Gullenberg. Both claimed debts of and assets of with S915 Sun rises Tuesday. 6.12; as oxc'mpt. sets 8" 10. i' Lynn Anne McKeever, Far- Year Ago Today 86; lowjmersburg. Debts: 68; rainfall, none. Coralville Lake Tool level Monday 684.73 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) I.aCrosse (12) 5.5, no change j A s s c t s 5300, with claimed as exempt. Fires Lansing (18) 9.0, no change Dam 9 (18) 14.3. rise .3 McGregor (18) 7.6, rise .2 Guttcnbcrg (15) 5.1, no change Dubuque (17) 8.1, fall .2 Davenport (15) 5.6, fall .5 Keokuk (16) 5.8, rise .3 Cedar a IC.R. (13) 4.48, rise .33 i p.m. Saturday. Short in j electrical wiring at 1105 Sixth I street NW. p.m. Saturday. Assist at accident scene at 2727 First av- enue SE. p.m. Saturday. Resusci- tator call at 4747 First avenue SE. a.m. Sunday. Possible cigarct to floor at 219 Four- teenth avenue SE. a.m. Sunday. Short in control panel on electroplating machine at 5225 C avenue NE. a.m. Sunday. Needless Births Mercy Auff. 11 To the families of Clinton Van Horn, Walker, a daughter; Jerome McElmeel, 4309 Cavalier street NE, a son; James Sojka, 259 Boise road NW, a son; James McDermott, 1629 Ninth street NW, a daugh- ter. Aug. 12 To the families of Ronald Potts, Palo, a daUgh-j ter; Gregory Becker, Watkins, a' daughter. Births Luke's Aug. 10 To the families of Donald L. Martin, Oxford call at First avenue and Twenty-ninth street SE. 3 p.m. Sunday. Assistance call at 3518 Wenig road NE. p.m. Sunday. Resuscita- tor call at Jacolyn drive and E avenue NW. p.m. Sunday. Paint thin- ner taken internally at 1945 B avenue NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Guy Polton. 925 i Fourth street SW; Richard 2232 Country Club boulevard SE: Gary Docrmann, Mcchanicsville; Gregory Ercn- berger, Ely; Richard Nost, Lis- ing. 82. Wednesday at Basilica of St. Francis Xavier. Parish scripture Tuesday at 8, Kramer's where friends may call after 1 Tuesday. Burial: St Paul's cemetery, Worthington. Solon Mrs. Martin J. Rogers, 82. Wednesday at 9, St. Patrick's church, Iowa City. Burial: St. Bridget's cemetery, Nolan Settlement. Rosary Tues- day at 8, Donohue's, Iowa City where friends may call after Tuesday. Decorah Benhart L. Thonipson, 82. Tuesday at 2, Burial: Canoe Methodist ceme- tery. Steine's. Dyersville Celia Jaeger, 80. Tuesday at Basilica of St. Francis Xavier. CDA ro- sary Monday at 7, parish scrip- ture at 8. Kramer's. Oelwein Bernard Stub- berud, 79. Wednesday at 2, Lu- th e r a n church in Mona Brant's. Anamosa Vernon Wood- ward, 66. Wednesday at 10, St. Patrick's Catholic church. Ro- sary 8 p.m. Tuesday. Goettsch's. Vintnn Dorothy Clare Die- trich, 50. Wednesday at 11 While-Phillips. Maynard James Trotter, 56. Tuesday at I, Delsing- Wright. Tama Ernest Bishop, 86 Tuesday at Harrison's. Monona Mrs. Robert (Jes- sie) Ferguson, 82. Wednesday at at Garden City United Methodist church, Schultz' Mechanicsville Mrs. C. J Miller, 77. Tuesday at 2, Homer's. Memorial 'fund has been established. The leasn went into default contain "no blockbusters." one aide said. Born Jan. 25, 1801, in Cedar The most immediate problem i.. Rapids, he had farmed in thejhowever. is selection of a vice-i'hat Just the robbery hc'comment Cedar Rapids vicinity before one of the men Re Charles E. Oakley, 78, of 1114 tirlnS from Co- Hc Ford met for six hours at "on LL 'club, to be known as Hi-Tower charily of their choice. Charles Oakley said sS'wv" 'available for Fifteenth street SE, a Rapids resident seven Cedar years died Saturday at Massillon, Ohio. He was born Aug. 22, 1895, at Central City and was married to Wylliss Stock Aug. 21, 1940, at Strawberry Point. Mr. Oakley was a retired farmer and tiler and had lived at Manchester until 1940 and at Springville for 21 years before moving to Cedar Rapids in 1967. Surviving in addition to his wife are three sons, William C. Robert and Gary, all of Cedai Rapids; two stepsons, Bobby and Donald Fisk, both of Can- ton, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs Clark Abrams of Manchestei and Mrs. Claude Kuebler ol Marion; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Burial: Springville cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east after p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Smid Rose Boubin Smid, 87, of 2101 street SW, widow of Frank Smid, died Saturday after a short illness. Born in Koslelec nad Orlici, Jzechoslovakia, Sept. 5, 1886, he had been a resident of Cedar Rapids since 1901. She was a pioneer member of St. Catholic church, St. Regina circle, the Altar and Ro- sary Society and the St. Mary's lodge. Surviving are a daughter, Eleanor Rorick, with whom she lad made her home; a son, Jerry Boubin. Cedar Rapids; a stepdaughter, Mrs, Cy Brown, edar Rapids; six grand- children; 21 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchil- dren. Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday West Union 1 Charles La- in St Catholic church Verne Hoover, 62. Tuesday anDy 'ne Rev. Robert Cizek. JBurial: St. John's. Rosary: 10, Burnham-Wood's. ip.in. Tuesday in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west, where p.m. Junction, a son: Richard Jen-ibon: Neil Krejci. Central nines, 2100 Ninth street SW, ajDanny Shahecn. 1634 Grande I daughter. SE: Elwin Onsiott, Ml. Three persons appeared iir Aw. 11 To the families Jeffrey Barklow, Ox- an" Walter K. David Corbett. 407 B ave- Houston street NE. a nue Reif, Pat E. Borschel, 1556 SixtTi av-iBlairs Ferry road NE; David enuc. Marion, a son: HIIBO A. S c h w c r s Oiimller. 2620 First avenue NE, a son; Michael Plueger, Spring- ville, a daughter: Raymond Hiawatha, a daughter; Brady Kunz. Center Point, a .Min; Rnnald F. Van Dnrin, 1648 F.lRhtrcnth .vlrcet XW, a son. Marriage Licenses Lorona Arnold and Charles Martin. Dopn.i AlcLeod and Mark Matthews, Deborah Le- Clere and Hradley Booth. Kathryn Newman and Douglas Quick. Brlty Morgan and Clarence Smith. Linda Beavers and Mark licckcnliable, Cheryl Fritz and Mark Tietje. Deborah Marion and Richard Berry. Mi- Hiawatha: Ear! Graves, Taft hotel; Patricia O'Brien; 2052 North Townc court NE: David Stickncy, 1231 Fifth street NW: Steve Smith. 1040 Parkview drive. Marion; David Monroe. Iowa City; Earl Hasley. 375 Twen- licih street SE: each fined 530 and costs. Douglas Dunkel, Al- nirnett: Jerry Crandall, 427 Three Are Held friends mav call aftcr 7 To Grand Bertha G. Yuva a veteran of World war I and House Sunda with G0p member of Modern Woodmen of icaders speaking wiih cach f But he said another !_...'. b swered: no killing. the World. Surviving are a daughters Elsie, route 2, Cedar Rapids; a I minutes alone. "Helpful Advice" "I was frightened to jf'ranzen said. "I was afraid to :club, which was to open July 1. Members were assessed an ini- 'tial fee of plus a monthly assessment. Schmidt previously declined to reveal to son, Robert J., Cedar Rapids; j Ford said he got "construe-say anything and I didn't Gazette the number of per- three sisters, Mrs. and very helpful advice." my friends. 1 just wailed andjsons who his invitaUon Beyer, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Quido Novotny, route 2, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Frank Nese- tril, Cedar four broth- ers, Frank and Miio, Cedar Rap- ids, George Alburnett, and Leo, route 2, Cedar Rapids. Services: 2 p.m. Wednesday in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. George B. Mc- Dill. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Janeba- Kuba funeral home west after 10 a.m. Tuesday. Congressmen emerging nothing would happen." the one-on-one sessions said that) said they had no leads; to join Ihe club. Democrats, blacks and women I'11'he case, were among the possibilities. and asked directly about a! PR I Wine ur n m a n i I I I TT1IIO Memorial Services Dressier, Edmund Joseph St. John's Episcopal church at p.m. Monday by the Very Rev. Canon D.A. Loferski. Burial: St. Joseph's cemetery at Parnell. Turner chapel east was in charge of service. Struve, Julia Ruth Turner chapel west at 9 a.m. Monday by the Rev. J. Robert Mc- Donald. Burial was in National cemetery at Vining, Iowa. Slaman, Sclma Alice Turner chapel cast at a.m. Tuesday and at St. George Orthodox church at 11 a.m. by the Rev. Constantine Nasr. Burial: St. George Orthodox cemetery. Trisagian service: Turner chapel east at 8 p.m. Monday by Father Nasr. w o m a n vice-president. Ford I said, "We don't rule out any-' body." Ford was said to have a per- sonal list of about 15 names he showed the advisers. Among the most prominently mentioned for the job were former New York Gov. Rocke- feller and GOP National Chair- man George Bush. Other names discussed were Sen. Brooke (R- Sen. Goldwater (R- ArizJ; former Atty. Gen. .Ri- chardson and former Defense Secretary Laird. In Chicago, Rockefeller said whether he would accept the vice-presidency if it is offered to him is an "iffy question." He refused to comment on his chances for selection, telling re- porters, "The President has to make his own decision without any intervention or pressures of any kind." in DrUHTl UOnteSt Schmidt had engaged an ar- chitect to handle decorating the ;area, but only some plumbing, and hcating and air-conditioning jwork has been completed, ac- i cording to Trans-America of- Ificials. ficials. He said the firm seeks to rent The Emerald Knights Drum the floor as office sPace' but "if someone did want to put a res- taurant in, we'd be happy to rent it for that." Hi-Tower club was the second private dining club attempted in the IE Tower space. The first was the Shepherd's club. magistrate's court and had their! cases bound over to the grand jury. Richard Terrill, no address, was bound over following a pre- liminary hearing on a charge of larceny of a motor vehicle. He Paper Reports Tax Indictment for Rights Head NEW ORLEANS (AP) The Times-Picayune says it has learned that Mayor Charles Evers of Fayette, Miss., will be named in an indictment charg- ing federal income tax evasion, Evcrs, 52, was the first black o run for governor of Mississip- )i. He marie Ihe unsuccessful campaign in 1971. The New Orleans newspaper, in a report Sunday night from 'Jackson, Miss., said the charges I stem from Evcrs' alleged pcr- Good Choice Mansfield and Senate Republi- can Leader Hugh Scott have both said they think Anne Armstrong, who served as coun- selor to former President Nixon, was one of several who would be a good choice. When asked if he thought the country was ready for a female vice-president, Mansfield re- plied: "Certainly. Why not? They're just as good as we are. I think it would do the country good from her." Mansfield said, however, and Bugle Corps of Cedar Rapids won fourth place in the Mid-America circuit eham- p i o n s h i p s last weekend at Quincy, 111. Twenty groups from through- out the Midwest participated. The Osage corps finished first] and the Waterloo Royals were third. The 83-member Cedar Rapids unit, under the direction of Jim Bishop, plans to expand next year by adding 20 horn players and 20 flag bearers. The corps furnishes all equipment. Young persons, age 12 to 20, who are interested in joining the Emerald Knights, may tele- phone 363-9647 or 363-7869. (Continued from Page 1.) ence session planned for Mon- day morning while Callaghan, Greek foreign Minister George Mavros and Turkish Foreign Minister Turan Gunes had sepa- rate private talks with Greek typriot Acting President Gla- fkos derides and Turkish Cy-. The Cedar Rapids group make its last contest appcar- priol Vice-president Rauf Denk- ance of the season Aug. 23 at Pekin, 111. Prisoner Back From Hospital; Swallowed Blade Robert Erlacher was returned to Linn county jail Monday from University of Iowa hospitals, where he was taken Friday after swallowing pieces of a "Right Step" Callaghan said the atmo- sphere has been eased slightly by the release of some prisoners by Greece and Turkey and evacuation by the Greeks of some Turkish villages and their handover lo United Nations forces. "This obviously is a step in the right Callaghan said. Britain ordered tough Nepalese Gurkha troops to rein- i force its force on the We might learn a lot razor blade. The 22-year-old Cedar Rapids i eastern Mediterranean island, heiman was'hospitalized after radio and television had not been asked about his choices, nor did he think he should be. He said he does not believe any Democrats should be considered. Senator 'Goldwater said after Bertha G. Yuva. 71, of 1065 Glsona! use of political meeting he would be avenue NW, wife of John Yuva, died Sunday after a short; illness. Born in Cedar Rapids j July 20. 1903. she was a lifeiongj resident here. She was a retired employe of' uties were summoned to his cell, where they found him dou- bled up with pain. X-rays report- Cyprus. edly showed he had four pieces j of foreign material in his di-j condemned the move and said it brought a war atmosphere Uf_.. W3V inuj gestive system, one of them in; his esophagus. willing to be vice-president him-! A report on the incident on! isclf, but told reporters in the sheriff's efficc! i Ford is aware that he feels he isLvionday categorized the incident; [too old at 65. His own favorite, as malicious damage to a razor ihe said, is Bush. Goldwater said he would rule: Erlachcr is being held in con- tf.fdiir liitpitla Estnblished In 18B3 by The Gazette Co. ana puDllsned dally and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. Second clnss DOStaae Doid at Cedar Rooids, lowo Subscription rates by carrier 95 cents a week. By moil: Niaht Edition and Sunday 6 issues S3.75 a month, 339.00 a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 13.95 a monlh, SJO.OO n year. Other states and U.S. territories 160.00 a year. No Mail Subscriptions accepted [n oreos havlno Gazelle carrier lervlce. The Associated Press Is en itled Cedai' Carftm, "reSidCnl with a rape charge. The rLke.onJulyV- "f 'f Robert Cage, no "..f. -1-1 alltl ffd Brooke 
                            

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