Monday, August 26, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ama New re ar- in the Two Are Injured Critically In Fayette Mishaps to KS I UNION — Two East Iowa men are hospitalized at Rochester, Minn , as the suit of separate one-ear cidents which occurred Fayette county over weekend In very critical condition with major head injuries is James Fosse I man, 23. of Fayette, whose ear crashed off highway I Tit) just south of Fayette minutes before midnight Saturday. Officers said Fosselman’s northbound auto hit a curb on a traffic island, then rammed a stop sign before flying into a ditch and on into a farm field hosselman was thrown from the car Lonnie Optiz, 20, Lamont, also suffered head injuries when thrown from his auto, which went off a curve south of Elgin early Sunday. His condition was described as critical Monday Both men were taken to West Union hospital before being transferred to Rochester it it A Friends Rally to Hildebrand's Aid Lester Hildebrand, 2200 Seventeenth avenue, had a pleasant surprise when ho returned home Saturday from St Luke’s hospital Neighbors and friends were* painting his house Eighteen persons were on hand for the work. Hildebrand suffered a heart attack Aug 12. ★ ★ ★ 40 Attend Dedication Of Center Point Park ( ENTER POINT—Some 40 persons turned out Saturday for the formal opening of the Sitting park on Main street here. The park was one of the projects of the beautification committee under the direction of Mrs. Frank Suchomel, as part of the community’s betterment program Roger Thomas drew up plans for the park as part of his Eagle Scout requirements. it it it House Sale—Mr and Mrs. L. L Kula have sold their house at 134(1 Starry drive to Mr and Mrs. Raymond K. Oberreuter. 437 Fourteenth street The Kulas are building a house at 2471 Twenty-seventh avenue Possession will be given Aug 31 Sale was made by Executive Realty, in cooperation with Mundcl, Long, Luce and Sullivan ★ it it Siding, roofing — since 1953. Warner Bros 377-5573 -Adv it it it Lions — Marion Lions evening club will meet Tuesday at 6 15 at the Indian House A board of directors meeting will follow the regular meeting. Robert Rhudy Gets ISPIRG Duties DES MOINES (UPI) — Robert Rhudy, who was graduated from the University of Iowa law school last January, will become the new executive director of the Iowa Student Public Interest Research Group (iSPlR(i) Sept I Acting-director Skip Laitner will resume his duties as environmental coordinator for the ISPIRG staff Baseball season is iii full >wing Sell your spare IV with a classified ad! Dial 398-8234 To Report Drag Violation Telephone Michael Dooley 377-8081 Services in CR. for JC. Beatty, Vinton VINTON — Joseph (‘buries Beatty, 78, Vinton, died early Sunday in a Vinton hospital following a long illness Born Jan 19,    1896 iii Shellsburg, he had been a resident of Benton county all his life and had farmed in this community until his retire-incnt in 1965 Mr Beatty was a graduate of Shellsburg high school, a veteran of World war I, a member of the Shellsburg United Presbyterian church, a 56-year member of the Shellsburg American Legion, Benton City Masonic lodge, the Benton county Farm Bureau, the board of directors of Peoples bank at Atkins for 37 years and was presently president of the board He had served on the Shellsburg drain and Lumber Co. board 411 years and was president at the time of his death Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Charles Koopman, Newhall, and Mrs. Raymond Buelow, Palo; four sons, Ronald, Palo; Donald and Keith, Shellsburg, and Charles E , Vinton; 23 grandchildren, a sister. Grace Denbo, South Bend, Ind., and four brothers, Frank, Everett and Earl all of Shellsburg. and Harold, Vinton Services in Turner chapel west, Cedar Rapids, at 1:30 Wednesday by the Rev. William Barber and the Rev^ Ralph Colton and the Masonic lodge Burial: Shellsburg cemetery with graveside services by the American Legion. Friends may call at Turner west until I p m Wednesday. The casket will not be open after the service. All Master Masons are asked to meet at the funeral home by 1:15 Wednesday. A memorial fund has been established. ★ ★ ★ Rural Marion Girl Wins Event at Fair Kelly Sue Miller, 7-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arland L. Miller, route 2, won the pony western pleasure class Saturday night at the Iowa state fair She was entered in the IO years and under class. She won the title for the second straight year. Kelly is leading the Stock Horse Assn. pony western pleasure division. IO years and under, point totals for shows being held this year She is a second grade student at Indian Creek school. Her horse is Super Smoke it it it Returns Home—Robert N Moore, 815 Fifth avenue, returned home Friday from Mercy hospital where hi* was a surgical patient. ★ ★ ★ Siding, roofing — since 1953. Warner Bros 377-5573. — Adv. End Air Search For Iowa Family BENNINGTON, Vt (AP) -Civil Air Patrol officials say they have called off an air search for a single-engine private plane missing for over a week. Authorities said an intensive search Sunday for the plane, carrying four members of an Iowa family, again failed to find any trace of the aircraft The plane disappeared Aug 16 while on a flight from lawrence, Mass., to Cambridge, NY The pilot of the plane was believed to Im 1 John Uiune of Denison, Iowa Three members of his family were also believed to be aboard The week-long search was conducted over southern New Hampshire and Vermont and over parts of eastern New York and western Massachusetts Authorities said dense foliage made the search particularly difficult RENT A NEW PIANO AA ** er Month k||y No Cartage _ _ J    or    Drayage I    subject    Is    oilier    approval All Rent Will Apply lf You Decide To Buy! HILTIIRIJNNER^ Iii SECOND STREET SE Old Settlers' Reunion Thursday The annual reunion of the Linn County Old Settlers’ Assn is set for Thursday in tlx* First United Methodist church Speaker is Brigadier Walter Kennedy of the Peoria, III , Salvation Army Registration is set for I a rn with dinner to be served as noon Association members over 75 years of age will receive free dinner tickets ★ it it Road Still Closed For Bridge Repairs Tenth street remains closed while repairs are being made on the Indian creek bridge Persons planning to drive to the main Linn Mar campus are to use the Alburnett road to Twenty-ninth avenue, then go east to the school. With the beginning of school Monday, the Indian creek cross-over road on the Linn-Mar campus was closed to traffic School officials said the city has informed them the Tenth street bridge is expected to Im* opened late this week. ★ ★ ★ Firemen Extinguish Blaze in Locomotive Marion firemen extinguished a fire in a Milwaukee railroad freight train four miles east of the city Saturday Firemen said a short high voltage wire rn the ond engine unit ignited diese fuel and grease. The unit in curred extensive damage. The eastbound train tinued on its way after men doused the flames 4 it it it Drunk Driving Case Set for October Jury TOLEDO — Tama County District Court Judge John L Byland has set the jury trial of Eldon Virgil Adams of Toledo, charged with drunk driving, for Oct 14 Adams, 50, appearing Fri day with his attorney, pled innocent and waived his right to a trial within 6(1 days lb* is free on personal recognizance Adams was arrested by a Toledo city police officer July 14 A state trooper filed the information against Adams Dr John J Bess, 43, Tama, charged with drunk driving, was given until Sept 13 to plead to tin* charge after his attorney requested more time. Ile is free on personal recog-’ less was arrested a Tama city police by mzane* Aug 7 officer Because asked for in a sec- con- fire- Buy House— Mr and Mrs. Gregory Karasek, route one, have purchased a house on Sandy Beach near Coralville Lake Manor from Mr. and Mrs Ed Teslik. The Tesliks are moving to Grinnell. Possession was given Aug. 15. Sale was made by Tommy Tucker Realty. ★ ★ ★ Marion Shoe Shop now open 7 30-5:30 Mon.-Sat. 377-9943 -Adv it it it Kiwanis— Hiawatha Trails Kiwanis club will meet Tuesday at 6:55 a rn. at Sambo’s. Jim Whalen will answer questions on the FBI. it it it Many thanks for flowers, cards and visits while in hospital Robert N. Moore. — Adv. Plan Altered for Nonpublic Busing CALMAR — In a special meeting Saturday, the South Winneshiek school board changed its plans with regard to busing of non-public school students. The board had earlier planned to reimburse parents of private school students for costs of transporting their children to school. However, the board Saturday voted to use its buses to pick up students attending private schools within the district and to work out agreements with families whose children attend schools outside the district. The plan, involving 4(Ki nonpublic students, will go into effect Sept 9 Officer Resigns W AUKON — Darrell Stone, 26, a Waukon police officer for five years, has resigned effective Sept 6 Stone has purchase! the Phillips 66 service station in Waukon He is the son of Waukon Police Chief Tom Stone their attorney a continuance, the cases of Cheryl Lynn Perkins, 19, and Wanda Faye clark, 26, both of Marshalltown, both charged with possession of a controlled substance, were continued They will (‘liter pleas Aug 30 They are free on IO percent of $5(H) bond and their personal recognizance The women were arrested June 15 on highway 30 (‘ast of Tama by a state trooper The car in which they were riding was allegedly operated by Steven Ray Kelsey, Marshalltown, who was also arrested His case is pending VISIT THE, dujfHc MARION OFFICE Complete Circulation And Want Ad Set vice 743 10th STREET Marion Office Phone 398-8430 Or You May Dial 393 8234 To Older Your Want Ad Seek Inmate Who Extended Furlough ANAMOSA — Iowa lawmen were on the lookout Monday for John Cecil Slater, 26. a mens reformatory inmate who failed to return from a weekend furlough Sunday night Reformatory officials said Slater, a native of Aurora, had been given permission to visit his girl friend at Hampton on the weekend and was to return to the institution at IO p m Sunday Friends reported they delivered Slater to the reformatory at the proper hour, but he apparently did not enter the building Slater was serving a five-year term for embezzlement by agent lie entered the ri formatory June 27. 1973. He is white, six feet tall, 165 pounds, has dark brown hair and hazel eyes. Board Lets Pacts For Road Gravel MARENGO - The Iowa county board of supervisors last week let contracts totaling $315,942 for gravel to Ik* placed on county roads before winter Six of the nine townships involved in the graveling project went to Kaser Construction Co. of Des Moines, including. Dayton, Lincoln, Pilot, English. Fillmore and Green Townships. Low bidder for Hartford township was Malcom Stone Co. of Des Moines Martin-Marietta Co of Cedar Rapids got the bid for Sumner township W ins Horse Show SIGOURNEY — Juye Martin, daughter of Betty Martin, Sigourney, won first place in the Pony Pleasure class last week in an Iowa City horse show, and carried second place honors at an Oxford competition IT S THE SEASON FOR GARAGE SALES GET RESULTS WITH A ( LASSI El ED AD DIAL 398-8234 Search Is Under Way For ‘Cornfield Phantom’ ALDEN (UPI) — A 6-foot- acre cornfield which is next to tall young woman, dubbed the “cornfield phantom”, has eluded her would be captors but in the meantime has gotten away with various items of clothing ajid food stolen from two families living on farms about a mile south of here. Mrs Edward Schweerman says seven to eight pairs of jeans belonging to her daughter were recently found missing along with some socks arid underclothing < an lied (foods Mrs Schweerman also said that canned goods, including tuna fish and milk have also disappeared in recent days from the family’s kitchen Residents in the area say they have seen the woman running in and out of a 160- the Schweerman farm At first, Mrs Schweerman said, they didn’t know what to make of the missing items but after they spotted the “phantom” running through the cornfield, “things began to add up.” Sleeping in Loft She said in addition to the missing items, they found a spot in the hayloft where it appeared someone had slept And someone else found a couple of ears of field corn which the “phantom” appeared to have eaten Meanwhile, law enforcement officials, who spotted someone in the cornfield but then was mysteriously gone, say they an* keeping their eyes out for the woman’s reappearance The Odar Rapids Gazette: Men., Aug. 26. rn* 5 Ignoring Tama Court Date Proves Costly Occupancy Only 35%, Hospital Will Close BELLEVUE( UPI)—Having only had 35 percent occupancy in the last several years, the Bellevue Memorial hospital here will stop admitting patients after Sept 30 and close its doors John Puls, a member of the hospital’s board, said the 22-bed, 63-year-old hospital failed to qualify for the Medicare program because it didn’t meet fire-safety standards. Puls said since then the hospital has been losing patients. And he said by closing soon the facility will avoid taking a financial loss However, it is not certain what the board will do with the hospital, which is owned by the Jackson County Lutheran Hospital society, Pills said Seek Solutions To Hospital Lease Problems VV KST UNION — Till- re-gional administrator of the Good Samaritan Society of Sioux Fallls, S I)., will meet Sept 3 with Palmer Memorial hospital board members and the West Union city council to develop solutions to current lease agreement problems The Good Samaritan Society leases the hospital from the city, but under the present lease agreement the city is unable to recover approximately $20,000 of yearly depreciation costs normally charged to patients Solutions suggested include a |>ermanent lease of the faulty to a management group for a nominal fee which would allow it to write off depreciation. or keeping the present lease but increasing rent One other suggestion would be to enter into a management agreement in which the city would operate the hospital and would pay an orgaization for management and adrmnsistra-tion. The society has leased the hospital since it was built in 1951 Sept. 2 Registration At Cornell College MT VERNON - Registration for the first semester of Cornell college's coming academic year is Sept. 2 from 9 a m. to noon and from I to 3 110 in the Russell ( ole library . (Masses will begin at 8 a.rn Sept 3 Taking over as Cornell's 12th president is Dr. Philip B. Secor who assumed duties Aug I after serving seven years as dean of Muhlenberg college in Pennsylvania Dr. Secor will address students, professors and administrators Sept 5 at the college’s traditional opening convocation at ll a iii in the William Fletcher King Memorial chapel Before there was a gasoline shortage, we built cars as if there were one. Ifs wham car should be. handlers Corner 2nd Ave. and 8th Street SE TOLEDO — Forty -eight arrest warrants were issued last week in a crackdown on persons who failed to appear in magistrate’s court as promised despite the sending of reminder notices Also among those named in the warrants were persons who failed to pay fines by the agreed dates Several appeared in Magistrate George Stein’s court Others reside in other Iowa counties and the warrants were sent to those counties to be served on the defendants Nick Kriegel, Tama county deputy sheriff, went to Fort Dodge Friday to return Fred Lloyd Hutchinson, 20, Fort Dodge, to Toledo to appear before Stem Deputy Expense Hutchinson had failed to appear in court in Toledo March 8 after he was given citations March 2 by a state trooper for speeding 65 in a 55 zone arid for registration card violation. , Hutchinson was fined $20 on the speeding charge, $5 on the registration card violation and $20 for violation of his promise to appear in court as directed. Wendell Kriegel, 19. Tama. who promised to pay fine and costs of $16 50 Mav 24, failed to do so His wife appeared for him before Stein after a warrant of arrest was issued for him and he posted $50 appearance bond In addition* to the original fine, he &as fined $20 for failure to appear to pay as promised. Time to Pay Rick Lee Struve, Toledo, failed to appear on two speeding charges filed June I in Tama and June 3 in Toledo. He pled guilty lo both charges, was fined $40 on the first, $30 on the second, and $20 for his violation to appear as promised Jeffrey Ray Lippineott. Tama, failed to pay $36 50 by Aug I as promised and was fined an additional $20 for violation of his promise to pay. Joel Tiehy, Montour, pled guilty to failure to pay a balance of $23 and was fined $20 and costs Ida Mac Potter, Marshall town, pled guilty to intoxi 1 tion June 16, was fined M and costs on that charge, and $20 for failure to appear. The wife of Kyle Dean Quick, Marshalltown. appeared for him and pled guilty to fishing without a valid license May 26, for which he was fined $15. He also was fined $20 for failure to appear Luther College Holds Music Day Clinic DECORAH - The Luther college music department will hold its seventh annual day clinic for elementary and junior high vocal teachers on Sept 21 Clinician Mary Hoffman will discuss “Music in Open Education in the Middle School”. The clinic begins at 9 a rn and the $5 registration fee includes lunch More information is available from Weston Noble, Luther college. Decorah, 52101. Waterloo Hosts State Chess Tournament WATERLOO - The Iowa State Chess Assn will hold its 20th annual Iowa open chess tournament on Aug. 31 and Sept. I at the Ramada Inn, off highway 218 in Waterloo It will be a five round Swiss system with a time limit of 40 moves in IOO minutes. Entrants must register between 8:30 and IO a.m. Rounds will start at ll. 3:30 and 8 on Saturday and 9 arid 1:30 on Sunday. Roquet Attends KEYSTONE - Donald Roquet, Keystone, was a recent participant in the third annual Midwest council for educational administration academic fair held at Bemidji State college in Minnesota State Fair Attendance Approaches 70 Record DES MOINES (AP)- The 1974 “Discoverers” Iowa State fair ended with near-record attendance for the 10-day fest As of 9 p.m. Sunday, a total of 646,713 persons had gone through the turnstiles. That approached the all-time record set in 1970 when 666 165 persons went to Iowa’s worldfamous attraction Fair Secretary Kenneth Fulk said attendance on the last dav of the fair was down Agency Absolved In Boy s Drowning DUBUQUE (AP)—An investigation indicates that a private social services agency here was not at fault in the Aug I drowning of a 17-year-old-boy under the care of (he agency. State Social Services Commissioner Kevin Burns said The Scott county youth, Duane Dietz, a resident of a treatment facility operated by Famco. Inc., fell into the Mississippi river while fishing. An autopsy report said the youth fell after apparently having suffered an epileptic seizure. Burns said the youth was reeevmg medication for his condition and that there was nothing wrong with allowing him to fish alone in the river. “The primary approach in a case like this is to see that he participates in all activities,” Burns commented from last year. He said it was 33.966 contrasted with 56,(NHI a year ago. He attributed the decline*to (he scattered showers which hit the area during the day. Fulk said he was pleased with the fair and said one reason for tho popularity of recent fairs is that “We just add a little bit each year.” He admitted he was disappointed in the slow start of International Place, which featured former child singing prodigy Anna Maria Albergh-eiii — and he said the Spanish Plaza didn’t catch on as much as he would have liked. Lucille Madoerin Tells Recorder Candidacy WILLIAMSBURG - Lucille Madoerin, Williamsburg, has announced her candidacy for Iowa county recorder on the Independent ticket. Mrs Madoerin had served as deputy recorder for the last year until her resignation last week She will be challenging incumbent Republican recorder Gladys Roths for the four-year term JCtonqtAh For the Finest in Paints Ronald McDonald MESSAGE FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY KIDS DESERVE A BREAK TODAY! HERE'S HOW YOUR YOUNGSTERS CAN HELP COLLECT MONEY FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY: •Pick up a special Ronald McDonald M.D. collection can at any of the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City McDonald s Restaurants. • Collect for M D. in your neighborhood area. • Turn in their money in person to Ronald at WMT TV He ll be looking for you during his appearance on the Telethon from I I AM to 4 PM on Monday, September 2 • “Ronald McDonald will give a free guest card good for one McDON ALD S hamburger and french fries to each youngster when he or she returns the collection can. (Also, a big THANK YOU !) PARTICIPATING IN THE “JERRY LEWIS LABOR DAY TELETHON FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY” WMT-TV • Channel 2 8 PM Sunday, September I thru 5:30 PM Monday, September 2