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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NA1IONM WEAlHtR tOMCAil 7AM IH fc -20- 7 Obituaries The Cellar Kapids Mon., August 19, 1974 Columbus Lee School Director Suit Dismissed Horns Stir Complaint In Linn Court From Symphony Director Louis L. Bishop l-ouis L. Bislwp. 78. of 510 A Columbus 92, of 511 Ninth avenue .NW, d.ed Monday after avenue SK, a Cedar Kapids resi- involvine es MILWAUKEE lAP.i No onciwere considering tests to muHIc a short dr-tit 18 vcars, died carlv 'ol '-oast the noise of horns on shore. Horn Jan. (i. in Dyers- .day following a long illness. djstl.jcts ]s 110, ,0 included oniguard of having a tin ear. "We haw several options he ville. he spent most of his life in Horn Oct. 30, 1881. in Charles- ,his September's school election Officials are considering tests .said. could dlso try to Kapids. lie v.-a; a Arl'... Mr. Lee a re'.irod jj.jjjj, j Judge-1'' fo" tne characteristics and member of St. Patrick's Catho- employe of Newmans depart- ChanmanMoiidav tlle Milwaukee narbor lefx: dim the pow-er of the horns. But :lic church and the American merit store and was a member grating to the musically sensi-we would have to warn the 1 U-sion and was retired from the of Ml. Baptist church .llw! live. .marine public of this and make j Quaker Oats Co. lie was mar- Surviving are five daughters, askingthat the- The 1''oghorn SUre U iried lo Edmere iiurman on Aug. Nina .Mae Woodson. w its touched off when Kenneth 15. Hapids. Nellie Dickson, Mar Surviviiii; in audition to iiin garct Kuby C'rcigiitoii wife is one son, l-ouis lux-land Larcie Jones, all of St. ingion, Ky.; three sisters, four sons, Tony. to II irojKisal on the school he school board plan the establishment of boa.ei. director of tin- Milwaukee Sympnony tra, complained that the fog horns were droning at the (Continued from Page 1.) digit in :i that some- iJH Wf fDtOCAJT 8> Rain is expected Monday night in the Dakolas, the upper and mid Mississippi valley and trom northern Florida northward through Georgia and into the Carolinas. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. JKitch and .Mrs. Peter Keitcr. and Hoy. of Cedar Hapids, and .lM director seats vith all and volume erans are "not just a c !both of Cedar Kapids, and Joseph K. I.: Schermcrhorn, who lives in an computer system tha Edward Marold, Dyersville; two grandchildren and 12 great-' area overlooking the Lake Mi-limes goofs" jbrolhers, Cene, .Marion, Ohio, "Untold Questions" port, silki in a to ,lc however, that with 1 and James, Cedar KapuS. Services: Ml. Xion Bap-list In dismissing Reynolds peti- the coast guard that the --fighting for its eco- .Services: Wednesday al at li p.m. Thursday..lion Judge Chapman indicated -disturb my repose and the a.m. at St. Patrick's Oak Hill. Friends jf proposals were puseof the whole community." to veto am- bill including church by the Kev Joseph call at Turner cliapel east on the ballot, -untold sajd hjs gri js Schneider. Burial: Oak Vi- 9 p.m Wednesday and at Ml jquestions would arise fas ,he ,wo; f "inflationary ex- gil prayer service Tuesday at Xion Baptist church from they coulu he intelligently nonls p.m. bv Father Schneider a.m to p.m. Thursday. The i answered He also complained C h a p in a n recognized tnc.soundj (hcm 15 hoard's authority to submit f, t fol.m of n( plan to the voters and qucs-! Antoinette Pribyl lioned the validity of Reynolds'! -i study or Jacquelyn Brummer Prihvl 90. of !formance'of music and vetcran trainees against a-; r.._ithe rising cost of livine. the the Tcahen funeral home j casket will not be opened after i I where friends may call service, 'from 2 to 9 p.m. The Weather temperatures Sunday, inchc-i ci at L. Anscles 8! 63 Magistrate's Court Speeding Gary Vlduj, (Continued iroin Page 1.) belore the crisis broke out daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Florus R. Brummer, 1673 Eighth I street a lifelong resident of Antoinette Pribyl, Jacquelyn Brummer, isoutter avenue SE cesses." "Open to Compromise" "I am open to conciliation and compromise on the total amount "It precludes a study or per-jauthori2ed so that we can widow of The petition had only 85 tcrl.lin forjlhe rising cost of living, July 15. Davics' wife had died a year ago. and he is survived by two! i-ij 1-iiL Bolh Cedar Rapids, died in Universi- ty hospitals at Iowa City Sunday Anton Pribyl, died Saturday lures whereas Chapman ruled piano he said, j [President said. lowing a brief illness. that signatures of one-third of! The macstro told'the coast! Ford reiterated his commit- Born June 13, 188-1, in Chica-jthe school district's voters, or Cedar Rapids since 1952. Chicago ..7470 Denver 93 61 Duluth 76 53 Honolulu 9] 78 Houston 95 80 :uve, fined V following a brief illness. iPnbvi was a member of All Raymond Loney, M payments for veterans attending school un- der the Gl bill. The measure has been approved by senate- house conferees and was ex- pected to pass both houses this week. Ford's comments here, indi- cated, however, that he is still looking for some 'anti-inflation- ary cuts in veterans' measures and perhaps in the huge defense budget as well. "If we can send men thous- ands of miles from home to fight, in rice paddies, certainly we can send them back to school and to better jobs at the President said. They Bond Out, Steal Car and Purse and Run Cedar Rapids police are pre- paring extradition procedures for the second time against a Minneapolis couple who alleged- ly skipped town after being re- leased from jail on bond. Joseph W. and Jade Perry are being held by Alpine, Calif., of- ficials after they were arrested there on a charge of larceny. The pair was extradicted from North Dakota in June after they were arrested June 23 in Mandan with a car allegedly stolen in Cedar Rapids on June 18. Mrs. Perry was released from the Linn county jail on the lar- ceny of a motor vehicle charge July 29 when she posted 10 per- cent of a bond imposed by Judge Robert Osmundson. Perry was released under the same conditions on Aug. 6. Po- lice claim a few hours after sources said there were indica- tions that about of the money may not have been prop- erly reported as required by !election law. also stole the Avis attendant's purse containing Bond for the couple was re-set at each, without the 10 percent provision, Monday by Lincoln Louis Marburger. jr.. Of altracling a ride. No bombs were found al Of Columbia, Mo., died Sun- he aUracted was a I day following Police said hamburger Rom May 1, 1943, in Dubuqiie.J'nS" sheriff's patrol car LONDON (AP) Prices con- it inucd to slide on the London stock market Monday, hitting n e w s p a p e r offices, sporting arenas and theaters were also targets of bomb hoaxes. Tne Salurday explosion at a I trucking company injured five "-persons and caused an estimat- vn. Wodm-sd.-iv ai lii. Si. Pal-' The fire department ruled out Hanson's'111'''''' .Hasim's connection with the MoiilicHln Mark A. comif'5' "Milan, sn. Wednesday at 11, was caused by bcnzoyl pcrox- nai-ulau- Conccpliini elnireh.ijdi'. a flammable chemical lhat was married to Janice j which promptly took him to Brown Oct. 4, 1960, in Marion. Icourt. The hitchhiker, identified Surviving an- four daughters, Laura, Carmen and Helen, Cedar Rapids, and Ingrid. Co- lumbia; two sons, Phillip, Cedar Rapids, and Lincoln. Columbia. Mar-i Ihefr lowest point since October j county (Houston) finance chair- man in 1970. "There is nothing j irregular about George Bush in any fashion. There are absolute- burger. Maquokcta. Services: Turner chapel west, p.m. Burial: as Richard Spadaro, 25, of New York City, !old arresting offi- cers, he look off his clothes allracl a woman driver. Spadaro was sentenced Io 15: [days in jail and fined for' 1958. Dealers attributed the drop uncqujvocallv no grounds for to reports that Arab oil pro-1 report shifting; Frcd Chambci.s 0( Houston, I Bush's 1970 state finance chair- man, also denied the report, al- though he conceded that Bush -.received money from a special ducing nations were funds out of London and lne Ford Pilot It Pays To Advertise CHICAGO (AP) President fund in Washington. Ford Monday designated LI., could not blM.cached Col. Lester C, McClelland as his [Official pilot. mi'diatelv for comment. Gaietlc Co. and published daily and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, lowo 5J406. Second class postage paid ol Cfdor Roplds, Iowa, Subscription rates bv carrier 9S cents a. week. By mail: Hlght Edition and Sunday A Issues S3.75 a month, S39.00 a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues S3.BS a monlh, S4Q.OO a veor. Olher slates and U.S. a year. No Mail Subscriptions accented In areas having Gazette carrier service. 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