Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 13, 1974, Page 5

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August 13, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Weather DEATHS Court Sui-rding Mcil Stansl. 2'JW Ktm-t, Mai-ion; Mii-liad Cm-li- Family Saw Storm Coming, Took Marvin Wright, Retired Kail 'Continued from I'age l.i 'bavin; Executive Ityan officials with 1 i clean-up and security. -Ford- 'Continued from Page 1.) mil conference, to be composed 'of congressmen, senators, busi- kition could be passed tliis year. On other matters, Ford said: lie plans to sign a massive ex- tension of the Elementary and 'Mil- I'rdar Itapids J Tues.. August 13, 1974 Secondary Education Act, .fc-i health fund.) transferred from the mental nessmen iabo- leaders and ex-1sP'tc about some j County home construction "the hiulu-t potential of ccutive branch officials, its provisions. But he said he fund, derived from h ...i.....i.j...., wi ODDOSP excessive hmufe year for funnel cloud he was adopting :a plan first pushed by Senate turnado formations.'' He reporter! !2D trained watchers were on duly until the i freshman senators. in implementing the measure. -.Neither 1 nor my stall have: and much time just now for letter; His adminislratlon plans (The previously said. Marvin Wngtil, ot ula'J l-in- SK, died .Monday lowing a brief illness. He was vice-pf-'sidcnl of tlic purchas- ing for tlic Iowa Klectric Thursday Saturday. Lows member of will oppose "excessive of bonds. Mental health and inslitu- ic Lcaiitr Mike- Mans- continue the Nixon tional fund, (ivejcfforts for detente v.-ith Russia.' Health center fi___ ireopencd relations with China District fair fund, MrrMtn F -......lU-.C 11 uluiUitd Uull "So 1 of toug" laws prevent J budgeted was for 12 months, not accept 'nvas'ons of privacy in taking into account the 18-month C. R. Weather High Monday.......... Low overnight Noon Tuesday 2 p.m. Tuesday...... Precipitation Total for August Normal for August Normal through August Total for 197-1 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon 27.67 .30.11 78 Wind direction and velocity at1 n Mar'cllc; "nm F-ilr, mnl, "li Dennis Nivnki-n. Cedar Falls; P'm- L.al Sidney lim-Rott, Solon; Deanna Sun rises Wednesday. "o ney Reinbeck; Bruce .insets, iWitte, aoiil) Glass road NE; Year Today HHi Twenty-rir.n IT r 11 SE; Howard Williams, rainfall, none. .Urbana; Patricia Thomas 8U7 SK; Clifster. .N.Y.. he was married m.......... anil some livestock last. Aides said later the target _ V.'.-st to the former Dorothy Schimlcl .Several minutes later, only a. Another rcprl came from the I'''1'0 is w'imin twn weeks and (-'l'clar Hapiris, portion of the Ijasement rc-dilbeil Jiecker farm, north of "Ult ll lmi.V open to cliai-1 Si-rboiisi'k] "itioi a ''''sident here'mained ami no traces which sustained television coverage. lini'd ami'since 1'Jl'J. home were in sight. 'veiv wind damage tu buildings. "Itcally Pushing" .limn Harmon, lilair-, Surviving in addition to his A family spokesman said the' No injuries have been report- j pushing this he wants it to sunsets, Y low- Traveler's Forecast Wpdnosdav Thirty-second street __ bccea Eggleston, 3824 Spruce- wood court NE: Susan Fiala i Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS iloines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City each Weather, .....Rain .PtCldv racing James Patten, ......Fair 84-U4 844 Tenth street SW; fined S50 ......Fair 78-58 -Shwrs 83-82 PtCldy 83-59 ......Fair 84-68 ..PtCldy 87-70 Milwaukee .......Shwrs 75-59 Mpls.-St. Paul Cloudy 78-62 Tshwrs 92-04 St. Louis ........PtCldy 87-C7 Sioux- Falls PtCldy 83-56 Iiitoxicitlion Robert Ka- in addition wife are two daughters, Bar-jtornado blast even ripped in l.iii.-i county bara Clraichcn, Cedar Kapids, I the furnace located in the base- and Jacqueline Curcio, of Sanjmeni, but no members of im both government and private budget.) activities." And be said use of, Conservation board fund. moral and ethical (for Squaw Creek Dark do more to and corruption; _. Secondary, roads, fund, policemen and pro- rnrnent." ______________ 'Continued from Page I.) the sheriff's emergency squad in atom cight-feet-deep water about p.m. A lifelong resident of Cedar Tuesday .Rapids, Cindy was born Nov. 12, Supervisors Hike 1974-75 Linn Budget Nellie (ill i Rvm res .c striking, said that (he storm plan, no address; Raymond Loncy, no address; Cletus Wul- feuhle, Coggon; each fined S30 and costs. j Permitting- minor to drive Joe Kapish. 339 Twenty-! sixth street SW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Herbert Coralville Lake level Tuesday .687.09 and costs. fined S10 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.1, fall .4 Lansing (18) 8.9, fall.1 Dam 9 (18) :4.5, rise .2 McGregor (18) 7.7, rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 5.5, rise .4 Dubuque (17) 8.4, rise .3 Davenport (15) 5.9, fall .3 5.4, fall A Cedar at C.R. change (13) 4.48. no Improper passing; Carol Haskell, Springville; fined S25 and costs. Fishing with three lines Robert Blackford, Palo- fined and costs. Driver's license violation Glenn Ilgenfritz, 841 Fourth avenue SE; Richard Schatz, 5700 Briarwood street SW; each Diego, and six grandchildren. jfamily, who were huddled -Services; Turner chapel were injum. at noon Wednesday by Dr. John P. Woods of Westminster Pres- byterian church. There will be a cremation committal. Friends may call at Turner chapel east until a.m. Thc casket will not be open after the service. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the memorial fund of West- minster Church. Rosie L. Vega Rosie L. Vega, 04, of 1015 Sec- ond avenue SE, a Cedar Rapids resident most of her life, died Monday following a long illness. Born Aug. 30, 1909, at Raton. N.M., Mrs. Vega was a member of Immaculate Conception Cath- olic church. Surviving are a daughter, Mildred Pena Stearns; her mother, Lydia Rodriguez; four sisters, Grace Fielder, Florence I Continued from Page L i n n supervisors i be not just a show thing, not'amended the 1974-75 budget, in-'ijJGi" the smallest since 1970. fined SI 5 H a n s e and 389 costs. Harvey Twenty-sixth Births Mercy AUS-. 12 To the families of Kicky McNclly, 1G02 C avenue NE, a daughter; Larry Lerch, 1080 Westview drive, Marion, a son. Births Luke's Aug. 13 Mr. and Mrs. David Trocstcr, 5429 J street SW, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Beverly Colvert and Charles Tefer, Bette Huntington and Leonard Chmelicek, Karen Harger and Scott Puryear, Sal- veig Larson and Douglas Al- lemang, Delores Frana and Kenneth Struck, Junda Fuehrer and Richard Barber, all of Cedar Rapids. Annette Drake and David Neagle, both of Marion. Edna Mines, Daven- port, and Ted Larson, Des Moines. Ann Yeisley, Mt. Ver- non, and Donald Shaffer, Tope- ka, Kan. Paula Fels, Amana, Sandra Ann Stephenson, Walk- er and Karl Keith Strempke, Rowley. George Louis Illian, Fresno, Calif., and Rose Mary Erusha, Des Moines. Dewane Junior Starr, Cedar Rapids, and Sherry Lynn C'omvcll, Colum- bia, Mo. Marriages Dissolved Kathy A. and Jack A. Heath. Joan M. and Herbert Bekcris. Linda L. and William Mark- land. Rebecca Clare and Robert Scott Wyatt. Phyllis J. and John J. Woods. Mary A. and Earl R. Decker. Fires p.m. Monday. Lightning; to wiring; at 222 Fifteenth street NE. p.m. Monday. Inves- tigate home alarm system at 3515 Sue laneNW. p.m. Monday. Lightning to transformer at Second street and Twelfth avenue SW. p.m. Monday. Lightning to primai-y power cable at 1300 Second avenue SE. p.m. Monday. Mistaken alarm at 1015 Sixth street SE. p.m. Monday. Grease in oven at 1044 Seventeenth street NE. p.m. Monday. Tree limb street SE; fined S10 and costs. I False information to officer Karry Heggie, 320 Twelfth j street SW; fined 525 and costs. Accident, damage, to vehicle Karry Heggie, 320 Twelfth street SW; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Karry Heggie, 320 Twelfth street SE; fined and costs. Prohibited parking Susan Knight, 340 Wilson avenue SW-; fined _S10 and costs. Attempting to elude police Dennis McVay, 1806 M street SW; fined and costs. Resisting an officer Gre- gory White, 1823 Hamilton! street SW; fined Slu and costs. I Traffic signal violation William Frazier, Van Home Myrle Winders, 1212 N avenue 1619 Gary window. I don't think I've got a thing worth bringing oul now." Saw Something Mrs. Duggan, her niece. Donna Simmons, 25. and her mother, Genevieve Simmons, they saw something black 'coming had a tail" after which they rushed to the base-; ment "and just started pray-; ing." Lona, Gloria Ramona Roller; Vasquez and five brothers, John Lopez and Mike. Rudolph, Alfonso and Robert Rodriguez, all of Cedar Rapids; C grand- children, seven great- grandchildren. ing to speeches." In urging reactivation of the Cost of Living Council, without! -Most of the increased economic controls, Ford picked'ing reflects receipt of federal Survivin" up proposal made last April j revenue sharing funds. .by some Democratic senators i were several instances in that Nebraska farmers last month by Nixon. balances were held at abandoned half of the stale'slsaid it "will let us monitorjend of 1973 than had been dryland corn acreage and and --------i-.i-j raise only bushels per acre iabuses." uundsi vca. on the surviving unirrigated! :P a re n t s 1-rances Schilling, ,rc ls Ralph Stricklerj i ,0ihpr ONo ind lor her C0r" land' jtly supported the plan. He said, The corn estimate Monday "There will be opposition to jaw- was the first formal based forecast of the season. Beans Also Off The outlook for soybeans was; prices to expose I paled when the budget i made out last year. House Speaker Albert prompt- One of. the revenue d a r Rapids, and Lillie areas emphasized by the super-: Bluechcr, Manchester, visors was in the salaries for'..services: Thursday at survey- boning, but when you bring these things out into the light ;of day, (he public reacts." However, Rep. Patman (D- Don Huber, 39, who works in brighter, the local bank, said, "I nevei saw anything like it in my life. He described the cloud as a "giant beehive with boards and everything flying out of it.' Bernice Morrissey, an or- ganist in St. Patrick's Catholic church, was practicing for a Tuesday morning funeral when (he storm started. She decided to stop practicing and left the church an estimatec three minutes before winds ripped it apart, demolishing two Services: Immaculate Con.lections of the building, ception church at 10 a.m. Fri- Saw Clouds day by the Rev.. William P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary. A Rosary will be recited in Turner chapel east al 7 p.m. Thursday. Friends may call at Turner east. N E; Pamela Smith, Eleventh street Joyce, 3614 Bel Air drive SE; Regian Riley, 13G5 Meadow- view drive, Marion; Richard Sears, 2500 Twenty-seventh avenue, Marion; Anthony Le- Grand, 1295 G avenue, Marion; Bertha Cornwell, 448 Twenty- seventh street, Marion; Paul Burdick, 855 Fourteenth street, Marion; Sandra Foley, 2016 F avenue NE; each fined and Responsibility for minors Frank Schatz, 5700 Briarwood street SW; fined S15 and costs Memorial Services Yuva, Mrs. John Wednes- day at 9 at Kuba funeral home east by the Rev. Clarence Frana of St. Wenceslaus Catho- lic church. Burial: St. John's. D 1 o u h y Joseph F. Wednesday at Janeba- Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. George B. McDill. Burial: Czech National. S m i d, Mrs. Frank Wednesday at 10 at St. Ludmi- las Catholic church by the Rev. Robert Cizek. Burial: St. John's. Rosary Tuesday at 8 at Janeba-Kuba funeral home west. Youths Injured in One-Car Mishap A 14-year-old driver was charged with failure to carry an Iowa driver's license and his 16- year-old passenger was charged under a responsibility for minors statute following a one- car accident late Monday night. Phillip G. Kibble, 305 Nassau street SE, and Donald D. Bar- rigar, 3856 Bever avenue SE, were treated and released from St. Luke's hospital after Kibble lost control of the car he was driving, went off the roadway and rolled the vehicle on its top. Thc accident occurred at the intersection of First avenue NE and the Lindale Plaza entrance. Kibble was driving east on First avenue in a car owned bv Don-! Robert Brltt and his children saw clouds which they de- scribed as looking like smoke and immediately headed for their basement. They later reported watching in wonder as the roof of their liome sailed through the air am fell some distance away. Several persons were reported pinned under wreckage at Great Plains Lumber Co., but names were not available. Iowa Electric Light and Power officials said ten power poles were downed in the storm east of Coggon, knocking out electricity until 4 a.m. Natu- ral gas service was not disrupt ed during the storm. Housing provided According to Red Cross of- ficials, all: persons dislocated by the storm have found tem- porary housing with friends or relatives, but the Red Cross is oroviding food and clothing. The highway patrol reported lighway 13 was open Tuesday, so that persons could travel to Rapids, but no one was Deing permitted to stop in Ryan. Storm damage was also re- wrted in Iowa county. A tor- nado hit the Richard Glandorf 'arm. east and north of Ladora. j destroying the brick house and jail outbuildings. A number of jhogs were also lost. Cronbaugh Farm Across the road from the Linn supervisors voted Tues- Glandorf farm, the Ronny Cron- baugh farm received damages including a roof off the barn and destruction of some bins Turner chapel p.m. Tuesday by at the Rev. Glenn Bender. There was a cremation committal. Smith, Oak G. Turner chapel cast at 3 p.m. Tuesday by Dr. Arnold Herbst. Burial was in Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Swails, Harlcy Turner chapel west at p.m. Wednesday by the Very Rev. Canon D.A. Lofcrski. Burial: Garrison cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west. Oakley, Charles Turner chapel cast at 3 p.m. Wednes- day. Burial: Springville ceme- tery. Friends may call at Turner cast. Texas) chairman of the house Nationally the crop 52.4 million acres for a total production of 1.314 million bush- els down from the 1.566 bil- lion produced a year ago. Soybean planting in Iowa this year is down nearly a million acres from last year, the crop report said. Officials estimated that soy-; beans in Iowa would yield 30 j bushel per acre on 7.07 million acres for production this year of bushels. Farmers grew four bushels more than that per acre last year in Iowa and totaled bushels. More than 7.9 million acres were planted to soybeans in Iowa last year. Ford said he has urged efforts by those in the administration and those in the congress to agree on a compromise measure and asked, "Why don't we write a good health bill on the statute books before this congress ad- deputy sheriffs. They said at Turner chapel east by- creased revenues m the depart-! Rev. Lyle Kuehl Burial: ment and the addition of cemetery. Friends revenue sharing funds allows animay call at Turner east. across-the-board increase of a week effective Sept. 1. _, Supervisors called attention Breakln salary increases for the Nets Cash and Drugs "Running Short" "I very definitely think we'll get it this said Rep. Rhodes But time is running short with congressional leaders hoping to wind up the session by mid-October, and the health insurance matter still in the house ways and means com- mittee. However, Sen. Long ties at the first of this year tak-l ing into account experience on the job. They said when a new budget is considered next year, the civil service commission's recommendations on training, merit and education will be con- sidered. The A breakin at the Union drug store, 1130 Old Marion road NE, reported Monday, netted items valued at James D. Palmer, phar- macist, told police the breakin (tfdnt Two years ago Iowa farmers j chairman of the senate finance produced a 36 bushel per said he thought both yield on 6.0 million acres. [hc health bill and trade legis- happened between Saturday and j Monday, money for salary m-i Taken wsre d crease was part of he and assorjd ducts in the county general fund. Other! F increases in that fund, all from revenue revenue sharing, are jail, peer group pro- gram, Other increases were in the! following funds, and involved revenue sharing funds, unless otherwise noted: Poor flllld S 4 4 ,1 779I SubscriDtlons icceDted having J Gazette carrier service. of that is a balance! from last year, from mis-[ cellaneous receipts and Established In 1B83 by The Gazelle Co. ond published dally and Sunday at 500 Third ove. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cents a week. By mail: Night Edition and Sunday 6 Issues 53.75 a month, a year; At- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 43.85 a month, a year. Other states id U.S. territories SiO.QO a year. No Mall The Associated Press is entitled the use for republicatlon of ws printed in this news- all AP news dispatches. Linn Asks Discipline day in closed session to request the mental health advisory board to consider "possible dis- ciplinary action against some Damage out-patient clinic employes." to lhc nousc- and i was i aid L. Barrioar. to power lines at 1035 Daniels street NE p.m. Monday. Over-: heated furnace motor at 56501 Sktpr fitv Colorado drive SW. J, a.m. Tuesday False By C. R. Czech Group The cily council has been The board voted unanimously i Thc lornado ls also lo ?o into closed session on a lo havc hlt the Frank Danskin Supervisor William farm belweetl Laciora asked to help a local group es- Linn County exceptions 'when necessary to prevent a "sister city" imd in.Jur-v 1" :lionship will, a of an individual." Actual damage to Linn county community mcctinS Martin de-'was slight, but Linn county Civil to any clue as lo lhc: Defense Director Bill Bjorcnson described the storm fronts ns: alarm at O avenue NW. Iowa Deaths llaycsvillc (-'arson. 77. Wednesday Reynolds in Postvillr lindolnh Kvcr- r. nrm (Hi Wcrlncsd-iv -n Hr'tir Joi'ns. prcsif.i'iil of tnc at si. Lutheran' rlum'h..Cedar Rapids Czech llcrila.qe SclinltcV. Koiindmion. said the WrsiJJIiiTty wants to establish such Tliiir.sdiiy at Snidcr's. "''jUt.iycl Oclwnin Kffic Wait, Thursday al li at Braiil-Kcnis. He asked the council lo pro- Tanis Mrs. Carl Wnnd-'vide lo help defray msls of worth, 70. Mason-Hand's. tile project. motion by _..r_.......... [Martin, who said the closed ses- sion was warranted under a sec- tion of the state open meeting! of lnJuncs llav law that allows' excetionsJyet bcc" received from that Marengo. knocking down and causing other damage. and trees FHKSII Prompt FI.HWKIIS IMirvru K'S 1'Tlt I'l.OWKIl SIKH' 5008 Center PI. ltd. N.F.. is llir irnnl lit imli; sin !l n ill, PIERSON'S 1SOO ELLIS BLVD. NW H.OWnRPHONi: 366.1S26 For 61 years flowers for all occasions! John E. 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