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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NAHONAl W A1HU Obituaries Mrs. R. F. Brisbin Jerry Bys ITighf Lid by on Case The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Thurs., August 29, 1974 Valentine Erne Dies, [pjy0 HuH" in Services Saturday; COGGON Valentine H. Elizabeth Sophia Niwidorfj Jerry Bys, 71, of 3016 D ave-' 58, superintendent for _ Brisbin, 58, wife of Richard NE, died Wednesday. He! WASHINGTON' (AP) Construction, and a Hrkhin Mt Vernon rn-irt SI-'' u resident of the Coggon area for i urisom, MI. vtrnon roaa by Amen-isper-ia VVaterrate proserHtor, ,fl, ninr Thnr .1 died Wednesday at her home: nine >ears, dieu inur., persons were injured following a long illness. ,c-an Federal Savings and LoanjLccn Jaworski, has drawn in a Cedar Rapids hospital. Wednesday and Thursday in Born Feb. 27, 1916, in seven >'ears and the curtain of sileprV, Horn Dec. 3, 1915 at Big Stone'separate traffic accidents. None IMoines, she was married Oct.'.foy l-'ederal North Iowa Grain [surrounding his deliberations on City, S.U., on .Nov. 1965, at was hospitalized. the case of Richard Nixon.''Marion, he was married Feb. 25, 1903, at Solon, While leaving the next move Daws Jensen. t0' Lillian E. Edwards, 51, of 6052 Westview avenue SW, suffered 25, 1939, in Des Moines and had jo been a resident of Cedar Rapids i has at Armstrong's for several' Rapids for 49 years. He and the said he will render the final Rain is expected Thursday night in Montana and from the mid Gulf coast Northeast- ward to the mid Mississippi valley, Ohio-Tennessee valley, and into the northeastern states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Record- Mrs. Brisbin attended Linden- wood College for women at St. Charles, Mo., and was a grad- uate of Iowa State university at Ames in 1938. She was a member of First Lutheran church in Cedar Rapids; a member of Malta Chapter 415 OES; Daughter of the Nile Eu-Cha-Rcst Temple 58; El Ka- hir women's auxiliary; the (Jam- ma Phi Beta sorority, a life icinber of the Iowa State Uni- ersity Alumni Assn., and past ice-president and board mem- 'former Anna Larson were mar- judgment in any prosecution of ried June at Vinton. "s predecessor. Defendant Asks The Weather precipitation: Anchorage JO a L. Angeles 63 a Atlanta ..91 72 Miami ...87 61 Bismarck 72 40 .01 Min'apolis 70 56 Chicago 61 N. Orleans 8B 75 .05 Benver ..65 51 New York 87 68 .81 ututh 63 47 .09 Phoenix -.105 73 Honolulu ..8673 Seattle ..9060 Houston ...84 76 .07 Washington 12 n .01 Extended Forecast Chance of rain Saturday and Sunday becoming partly cloudy Mon- day. Highs in 70s and lows in 50s. C. R. Weather NW; Elmer Dyer, Iowa City; James Swift, Manchester; Jarccl Mabie, Palo; David Earth, 1317 Oakland road NE; Karol Ward 4420 Bowling street SW; each fined and costs. Faulty equipment Jeffrey Stone, 40G Forty-first street NE; fined ?10 and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Robert Watson, 409 Thirtieth street drive SE; fined and costs. Gregory Allison, 1201 Sixth avenue SE; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation High Wednesday.............75 Low overnight ...............56 Noon Thursday...............73 2 p.m. Thursday..............78 Precipitation..............None Total for August............7.27 Normal through August .23.16 Normal for August .........2.97 Total for 1974 ............-.38.76 Barometer, falling .........29.99 Humidity at noon..........61% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. NW at 13 mph. Sun rises Friday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 91; low, 73; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy 71-46 Chicago.........PtCldy 76-58 Cincinnati 78-60 Cleveland ........Clrng 70-55 Des Moines ........Fair 71-55 Detroit............Fair 78-57 Mark Morarie, Central City; Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls .PtCldy 71-55 .PtCldy 78-55 .PtCldy 67-52 ...Shwrs 70-48 .PtCldy 75-52 .PtCldy 80-60 ..PtCldy 77-50 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.9, rise .3 Lansing (18) 8.2, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 12.1, fall .3 McGregor (18 6.6, fall .1 Guttenberg (15) 4.0, change Dubuque (17) 7.4, rise .1 Davenport (15) 4.1, fall .4 3.0, fall .8 Cedar at C.E. (13) 3.68, fall .02 Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday .690.86 Births Mercy Aug. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Tucker, Ely, a son. Births Luke's Aug. 25 Mr. and Mrs. Dar- rell Harger, 617 Eighth NW, a son. Aug. 28 To the families of Rick Griffith, 7100 Mt. Vernon road SE, a daughter: Everet Sterns, 1301 Eighteenth street SW, a daughter; Richard Ri- chardson, 2040 Grand avenue. Marion, a son. Marriage Licenses Susan Thompson, Marion, and WiHiam Hanna, Springvil- Norman Mallory, 1013 Eighth street SE; Steven Seltrecht Covhigton; Handle Bradigan Dysart; Donald Weatherwax r., 1404 C avenue NE; Stanley ileald, route three, Cedar Rapids; each fined and osts. Leaving the scene of accident Gary Junge, route one, Cedar Rapids; fined ?20. Vehicle control violation David Schulte, 1809 Central drive SW; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Richard Hunt, 1030 Fourth avenue SE; fined and costs. Improper registration Ronald Bunce, Grand Mound lined and costs. Iowa Deaths Manchester Herbert L Hartman, 51. Bohnenkamp's. Independence Percy E Sorg, 77. Saturday at 11. Mili- tary memorial Friday at 8 and Masonic services at fet White's. Burial: Hawkeye cem- etery. Memorial fund es- tablished. Independence Hartness D Taylor, 83, a former Indepen- dence resident died in Mexico Mo., Saturday at 2. Visitation Friday afternoon at Mason- Hawe's. Memorial service Fri- day at 8. Memorial fund es- tablished. Belle Plaine William D Carpenter, 74. Friday at 2 a' Peffers-Halverson's. Coggon Valentine H. Erne 58. Saturday at at United Methodist church. Troy Mills cemetery. Visitation a Murdoch chapel in Coggor after 1 Friday. Casket will no be opened. Toledo Lloyd T. Friday at 2 at Otterbein United Methodist church, Toledo Burial: Oak Hill, Tama. Hen derson's. Dyersville Mrs. William J (Marie) Lammers, 62. Saturday at at Basilica of St Francis Xavier. Rosary Friday at 7 and scripture service at at Kramer's. Visitation after Friday. le. Fires 2'52 p.m. Wednesday. Rescue man from tree at 1409 B ave- nue NE. p.m. Wednesday. Un- known to shed rear of 1129 Fifteenth street SE. 6'47 p.m. Wednesday. Tossi- blc children playing with matches across from Spencer drive and Johnson avenue NW. a.m. Thursday. Back- fire through carburetor at 4415 First avenue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Fabcr Miller, 417 street SE; Donna 3330 Forty-fourth Nintcenlh VaVrach street NE; Dorothy Goodwin, 218 Lynda drive NW; Tim Carlo, '1654 Eighth street NW; cacli fined and costs. Rob- ert Symonds, 5524 G street SW; David Vail, 5454 Plainview drive NW; Larry Bcmer, 1257 Third avenue SE; Janet Durba- la 224 Wesley drive NW; Linn Picrson, 634 Sixteenth avenur SW' Karl Adams, Central City; racli fined and cosls. .lorry Patterson, 271 Drinkwiml street Lutheran Group Stays in Synod, Backs 'Seminex CHICAGO (UPI) The Na tional Assembly of Evangelica ,ulherans In Mission (ELIM' says it will remain within thi Aitheran Church-Missouri Syn od but will not let the structure of the synod prevent them from 'doing what they were called I to." There had been some specu lation that elements withi; ELIM might urge a split will the synod. However, the groii] Wednesday voted to remaii within (he synod although i would continue support for Con cordia Seminary in Exile, callei 'Seminex." "The net result of what hap pened Board of Direc tors President, the Rev. Sair ucl Roth said, "is that (lies people decided not to separat themselves from the Missouri Synod, but they were sure not going to be preoccupied with ils structure in doing what they were called to do." An KLIM spokesman said the emphasis of the assembly was affirmative in Hint it shifted blanii1 for any doctrinal split to Ihc Missouri Synod "establish- fHKSII flMWKIIS I'rompt IMlwry I'LOWKH SOOK Center PI. Hd. ,193-5565 Probe Tower The defendant in a awsuit arising out of last year's ollapse of the KCRG television ower Thursday requested a fed- :ral court injunction to allow in- restigation of the site of the ac- ident. Gunnar A. Olsen Corp., a Port Vashington, N.Y., engineering irm which was modifying the ower, has been sued in Cedar Rapids federal court by Lillian Greiner of Independence, whose msband, Elmer, was killed by he falling structure. The tower, located near Walker, collapsed Oct. 3, 1973 iilling five men. Four were em iloyes of the Olsen company vhile Greiner worked for Hoff man Bros, Inc., Independence. Mrs. Greiner has charged the N'ew York firm with negligeno in its work to strengthen the .ower for the addition of Iowa Sducational Broadcasting Net vork transmitting equipment. Following the accident, Cedai Rapids Television Co., owner and occupier of the land, closec he area. Gunnar Olsen, however, wa: ,ater allowed to have an inspec ion made of the area arouni he tower. But in the petition filed Thursday, it is 'daime that the television company ha not permitted inspection of the :ower itself. Gunnar Olsen argued that i order to prepare a defense fo :he various court action against the firm, further metal .urgical tests must be made. The petition asks for an in junction from the court to allov iis examination and to prohibi KCRG from going ahead with new tower on the site. A hearing on the matter wi be held Sept. 6 in Cedar Rapid federal court. er of the lowana Council of 'ampfire Girls. Surviving in addition to her usband, are two daughters, Irs. John Gosma, Davenport; ii r s. Gary Anhalt, Cedar lapids; three grandchildren; a ister, Mrs. Ralph Hull, a rother, Carl H. Niendorf, both f Des Moines. Services: First Lutheran hurch at p.m. Saturday by he Rev. George W. Carlson. u r i a 1: Campbell cemetery. >iends may call at Turner cast mtil 9 p.m. Friday and at the hurch from 10 a.m. until i.m. Saturday. The casket wil: lot be open after the service lie family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to he memorial fund of the Firs Lutheran church or the ihriners' Crippled Children's wspital. Fights Flour Bombers AUCKLAND, New Zealam (UPI) "I'll take any cf th blokes on, one at a criec Robert Muldoon, leader of Zealand's National party. H then bolted from his police es cort and chased demonstrators Muldoon, 53, took after th demonstrators after they peltei hm with flour bombs at a tow hall meeting. There was a scu! fie. The powerfully built Mu doon later told newsmen he ha been hit in the fight. h said, "I guess one of the dem onstrators has a few marks o him where I clobbered him." Man Charged with Indecent Behavio Terry C. Moore, 32, of 71 Suburban street NE, wa charged Wednesday with ii decent behavior after he all gcdly was observed sitting nuc in a car on Monday. Police arrested Moore at hi residence. The incident ha] pened Monday in an alley in th 1900 block between C and D avi 10 YEARS AGO-In a surpris move after two days of rioting Harvard-educated economis Dr. Nguyen Xuan Oanh, too over temporary command o! South Vietnam. For Any Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS FLOWER SHOP fou, f.j.Kthiiti Mill Blvd. NW FI.OWr.KI'MONF. MA-1H26 He was a member of Kenwood Park Presbyterian church, of which he was an elder; Mt. lier- mon lodge; Maine lodge; IOOF, and Cedar Rapids Consistory. Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Jerry A., Cedar In the aftermath of Ford's statements at a news confer- ence Wednesday, Jaworski and his staff not only declined com- Mahlcn Erne, Milbank, S.D.; ment but even refused to en-Jnlree sisters. Mrs. William j tertain questions. Drummond, Minneapolis; MrfO Rapids; grandchild; five sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Ilrdlicka, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Gordon Mitchell, Central City; Mrs. Emily Buresh, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Robert Chapman, Whittier, Calif.; Mrs. Joseph Zalesky, Swisher; four brothers, Ivan, Swisher; Charles, Solon; Frank, ledar Rapids, and William, Mt. Vernon. Services: a.m. Friday at Turner chapel east by the Rev. jawrence Chamberlain. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery, friends may call at Turner chapel east. stepdaughters, Debbie Jensen j Sixteenth avenue SW. and Mrs. Robor! 7-aiger, Cedar Sne was trcajc.d at jjercy Rapids; a stepson, Edward Jen- sen, Coralville; five grand- children; two brothers. Antone Erne, Thousand Oaks, Calif, and Ford said he subscribes to Martin Mangold, and Mrs. she view of those who bold Van Lith, Mixon should be spared 
                            

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