Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 2, 1974, Page 3

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATOMA! WIAtHtft SI8Vlf f fOllCASI (» ZAM ISI V DEATHS Northeast C.R. City Briefs UM WI ATH!It lOlOCASt^' Showers and thunderstorms are indicated from Texas, northeastward through the Ohio-Tennesseo valley, tho mid-Atlantic states and into portions of the northeast as well as in most of Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weather Extended Forecast — Fair to partly cloudy Wednesday through Friday. Highs in the 60s Wednesday and 70s Thursday and Friday. Lows in the 40s Wednesday morning to mid 50s Thursday and Friday mornings. ; High temperatures peratures overnight colation: Anchorage 58 50 .10 Sunday, low remand Inches of pre- Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston .IS U .27 64 34 .03 . 45 54 . 44 44 .1) ,. 57 39 . 92 75 . *2 78 L. Angeles Miami Min'apolls N. Orleans New York Phoenix Seattle ... Washington 87 47 . 84 BO 43 42 *1 71 83 43 .17 101 84 17 49 90 49 C. R. Weather High Sunday .............. 63 Low overnight ............. 51 IO a.m. Monday ..............52 Rainfall ............... 25 Total for September........25 Normal for September .... 3.97 Normal through Sept 27.12 Total for 1973 .............. 39.01 Barometer, steady ........30.17 Humidity at noon..........96% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at noon WNW at 6 m p h. Sun rises 6:33 a m.; sets, 7:30 p.m. Year Ago Today — High 84; low, 70; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .....• •... Fair 75-45 Chicago ...........Rain    60-48 Cincinnati  Tshwrs 68-53 Cleveland........Shwrs    62-48 Des Moines    Fair 63-45 Detroit..........Cloudy    67-45 Indianapolis Cloudy 65-45 Kansas City  Fair 64-49 Milwaukee Ptcldy 62-48 Mpls.-St. Paul Ptcldy 68-46 Omaha • • Ptcldy 67-43 St. Louis ........Clear 66-45 Sioux Falls........ Fair    71-46 Births — Mercy Aug. 31 — Mr. and Mrs. Lary Roztocil, 1816 Eighth avenue SE, a son. Sept. I — To the families of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNamara, 5910 Eastview avenue SW. a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lange, 602 Seventh avenue, Clarence, a daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gorecki. 2117 Balsom drive SW, a daughter. Births — St, Lulre’s Sept. I — To the families of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Yarring- lon, 1247 Third street NW. a daughter; and Mr. and Mrs Marvin M.iiers, rural route two. Cedar Rapids, a son. Sept. 2 —- To the families of) Mr. and Mrs. John Embden-atoek. Mechanicsville, a son; and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney llo-mire, 3800 Silver Spring drive NE, a daughter. Fires 5:02 p.m. Sunday. Faulty furnace at 4420 Bowling street SW, Lot D-6. 7:59 p.m. Sunday. Arson suspected in fire in garage complex at 1639 Park Towne court NE 10:05 p.m. Sunday. Man burned in trailer fire at 4420 Bowling street SW, Lot B-3 11:18 p.m. Sunday. Aid in removal of person in aecident in 2200 block of Williams boulevard SW. 12:28 am. Monday. False alarm at 1248 Fourth avenue SE. 4:50 a.m. Monday. Smoke odor from lint in furnace at 4517 Council street NE. Iowa Deaths Amana — Henry Frit»che, 86. Tuesday at I at Amana Community church. Friends may call at family home after 3 Monday. Hoover-Valentine, Marengo. Williamsburg — Steve Evans, 22. Tuesday at 1:30 McSwig-gin-Uhlmann’s. Coggon — De Ii I a Avis, 90. Murdoch’s. Oxford - Robert Stockman, 58. Tuesday at IO, St. Mary’s Catholic church. Rosary Monday at 8, Oxford chapel, George L. Gay’s. A memorial has been established. Parnell — John C. Kolosik, 35. Tuesday at 1:30, Christian church. Military rites at graveside in North English cemetery by the American Legion, Powell’?, North English. Oelwein — Grace Swartsell, 82. Tuesday at 2 p.m. Brant-Kems’. Solon — John W. Reyhons, 73. Wednesday at 9:30, Brosh funeral home, and IO at St. Mary’s Catholic church. Knights of Columbus Rosary Tuesday at 7, parish Rosary, at 8. Visitation after noon Tuesday. Dyersville —Joseph F. Dig-man, 68. Wednesday at 10:30 at the Basilica of St. Francis Xavier. Parish scripture service Tuesday at 8, Kramer’s, where friends may call after 7 Monday. Dyersville — Mrs. Ray (Virgene) Schmuecker, 47. Kramer’s. North English — Regina Hay Anderson, 36. ll, Tuesday at Best s. Garber — Sandra Plagman, 24. 2, Tuesday at Shultz’, Monona. —Thefts— (Continued from Page I.) guns were recovered under a bridge near West Union. Iowa BC! agents, highway patrol, troopers. Fayette county deputies and West Union police found the four individuals in an attic at the home of Doehmler’s brother, Niles. Bond at $60,000 Doehmler was charged with two counts of larceny in the nighttime and one of larceny of a motor vehicle. Bond was set at $60,000. Authorities had been searching for Doehmler, as he had been free on $25,000 appeal bond on an earlier charge stemming from another breakin at Bill’s Sport shop. He was sentenced to IO years for this crime, and the state supreme court recently turned down his appeal. Mrs. Doehmler was charged with two counts of larceny in the nighttime, and bond was placed at $40,000 Kamm is under $70,000 bond for four charges. They include one count of larceny of a motor vehicle, two counts of larceny in the nighttime and one count of malicious injury to a motor vehicle. Garber Woman Dies in Crash ELEPORT — Sandra Plagman, 24, Garber, was killed Saturday night two miles north of here on a county road when the car which her husband was driving went off hie road and I into a ditch. Her husband, Henry, 23, was rn serious condition Monday, morning at University hospitals I in Iowa City, as was a daughter, j I Mary Jane, 2. Another daugh | ter, Wendy, 3, was treated and j released. Surviving are two sons. Henry! land Him, at home; her mother,! .Mrs. Ruth Krugger, of McGre-j gor; four sisters and four !brothers. This w:Ls the second traffic fatality in Clayton county this year. Services will be at 2 p m j Tuesday at Schultz’ funeral i home, Monona. —Cyprus— (Continued from Page I.) fered fractures of the pelvis and both legs. Kashialos was preparing for a show in New York when the Turks invaded Cyprus on July 20. The Greek Cypriot police reported that they killed a gunman of the EOKA-B Greek Cypriot underground army when he refused to surrender his automatic rifle. It was the first police shooting of an EOKA-B man since President Glafcos derides replaced guerilla leader Nikos Sampson as head of the Greek Cypriot government on July 22, a week after President Makarios was ousted in a coup supported by the guerillas. Meanwhile, the leaders of Cyprus’ feuding Greek and Turkish communities tried to ease the suffering of nearly 200,000 refugees, starting a series of two-man, face-to-face talks set up by the United Nations. derides, head of the island’s Greek community, and Vice-president Rauf Denktash, leader of Cyprus’ Turks, planned an evening meeting at the Ledra palace hotel along the “green line” dividing the capital of Nicosia. The two Cypriot leaders have agreed to discuss only humanitarian problems created by the crisis. Buena Vista Behrens Buena Vista Behrens, 91, of 1840 Park avenue, SE, died Sunday at her home following a long illness. She was torn April 17, 1883, in Linn county, and had lived in the Cedar Rapids area most of her life. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Gail Miller, Cedar Rapids; a son, Veryl Crain, Liston; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandehildren. Services; 10:30 a m. Wednesday in Turner chapel east by the Very Reverend Canon I). A. Loferski. Burial:    Springville cemetery. Friends may call at Turner chapel east, and may, if they wish, contribute to the memorial fund at St. John’s Episcopal church. Mrs. Ernest Anderson Rodella Anderson, 66, widow of Ernest Anderson, 812 D avenue NW, died Sunday after a short illness. She was born Oct. 26, 1907 at Canton and had lived in Cedar Rapids since 1943. Surviving are five daughters, Barbara Kleppe, with whom she made her home; Mrs. Ray Perkins, Dubuque; Mrs. Carl McCain, Mrs. Robert Bergstrom and Mrs. John O. Campbell, all of Cedar Rapids; a son, Thomas L., Cedar Rapids; 33 grandchildren, one great-grandchild; a sister, Mrs. George Blaha, Berwyn, 111., and a brother, James Cairy, Downers Grove, DI. Services: Wednesday at 9 at Kuba funeral home east by the Rev. Charles R. Mehaffey. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at the funeral home after 9 a m. Tuesday. Apartment Fire; Arson Suspected Cedar Rapids fire officials say arson was the cause of a blaze which caused extensive damage to a portion of the storage and garage area of the Park Towne apartments, 1639 Park Towne court NE, Sunday night. Authorities said trash in a huge receptacle near the storage area was set afire, then spread to other areas of a walkway in the garage complex. Five maintenance closets, portions of two garages and three cars were damaged in addition to the storage and workshop areas. Six units responded to the call which was received at 7:59 p.m. —Schools— (Continued from Page I.) lion for nonpublic, the same as last year. Public Spending Spending for higher education is estimated at $40 billion, with about $27 billion by public institution and $13 billion by private colleges. Bell said the colleges are expected to confer about 1.3-million bachelor’s and higher degrees this coming year, the same as last. The federal statistics indicate that education expenses will represent almost 8 percent of the gross national product and involve directly nearly 62-million Americans. “Education will be the principal occupation of 29 percent of our population,” Bell said. “In fact, education is considered to be the country’s largest enterprise in terms of the number of people involved and the dollars spent.” More than three-million persons will be employed in classroom instruction this fall, including 2.3-million teachers in elementary and secondary schools and more than 600,000 college instructors. In addition, there will be about 300,000 superintendents, principals, supervisors and other instructional staff members. Police Arrest Two On Fighting Counts Bruce Wilcox, 24. of 1440 Bever avenue SE. and a 16-year-old youth were charged Sunday with fighting. Police said the two were fighting with each other in front of the Busy Beehive cafe, 836 First avenue NE. at 1:20 a rn. Sunday. Wilcox was released on $125 bond and the youth was released to his sister. Two Reported Serious After C.R. Accident A 28-year-old Marion woman and her 4-year-old daughter were in serious condition at St. Luke’s hospital with skull fractures suffered Sunday in a two-car collision that caused injuries to three other persons. Shirley Rotert, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion, and her daughter, Sharon, were injured at 11:45 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of Blairs Ferry road and C avenue NE. Two other daughters of Mrs. Rotert’s were injured when a car driven by William Vernon, 81, of 930 Twelfth street, Marion, turned in front of their car. The girls, Cheryl, 6, and Sheila, 5, suffered abrasions. Cheryl was in good condition at St. Luke’s hospital Monday and Sheila was treated and released. Vernon was in good condition at St. Luke’s hospital Monday suffering from internal injuries. Vernon was charged with making an illegal turn. —Plane— (Continued from Page I.) to show the numbers on automobile license plates. * * * The Blackbird's achievement was marred by the crash at the airshow of a stunting American Sikorsky Black Hawk helicopter in which the pilot, Stewart Craig, 34, of Guilford. Conn., was killed and the copilot. Hurt Cannon, 40, of Seymour, Conn., was seriously injured Cannon was taken to a hospital in Aldershot. A spokesman said he had extensive burns and fractures of his spine and of both legs. He was operated on Sunday night, and the spokesman said today that although he was “seriously ill,” his condition was generally satisfactory. The big helicopter was making a low pass when a rotor struck the ground. The helicopter hit the ground, bounced 50 feet and exploded. Robins Man Hurt MCGREGOR - Eugene Butz, 37, Robins, was in fair condition Monday morning in Lutheran hospital in La Crosse following a one-car accident early Mon-' day morning three miles south! of here. He was reported to | have suffered a broken jaw in1 I the accident. —Pension— (Continued from Page I.) 50 percent vesting when an employe’s age and years of service equal 45. The final 50 percent would come in the next five years. The bill requires that each company put enough money into its plan so that it is fully funded and able to pay all the pensions when the benefits come due. A Peasion Benefit Guaranty Corp. is established under the labor department and funded by employer contributions to pay benefits if a pension plan fails or a company goes out of business. The act creates a voluntary portability program under which an employe could carry with him his pension rights from one job to another and once a worker is vested, he may leave a company and return later without any loss of pension benefits. Spouse Entitled It guarantees that a surviving spouse is entitled to at least 50 percent of the pension payments of a deceased worker if death comes after retirement. It offers tax incentives to individual employes not in pension plans to set up their own retirement programs and to self-employed persons to improve their programs. For the first time, the law fixes tough standards of conduct and accountability for persons administering pension plans. Plans must be certified by an actuary at least every three years. Finally the bill requires that all employes be admitted to a pension plan when they reach age 25 and have at least one year of service with a company. The new pension regulations are effective immediately for newly established retirement plans. Plans already in existence would be allowed until Dec. 31, 1975, to put the new vesting rules into effect. Taggart Held on Assault Charge Ronald Taggart, 25, of 1532 Vs Ellis boulevard NW, was charged Sunday with assault with intent to commit great bodily injury. Taggart allegedly fired a shotgun at Michael Reutzel, 19, of 937 Fourth street SW, and threatened him. The incident happened at 10:25 a m. Sunday at Rcutzel’s residence. Taggart was being held in the Linn county jail in lieu of $500 bond. 'the Cfilnr *2\ ti pills (flnirHe Established ta 1811 bv The Goietl# Co and published dally and Sunday at SOO Third ave SE. Cedar Rapids. Iowa 52406 Second class postoga paid at Cedar Rapids, iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cants a week By mall: Night Edition and Sunday 6 Issues S3 25 a month, S39 OO a yeor: Afternoon Editions and Sunday I Issues S3.85 a month. S40 OO o year Other states and U.S. territories SOO OO a year. No Moil | Subscriptions accepted in areas having Octette carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this news paper os well os oil AP news dispatches. Health services to correct spinal nerve root irritations. Associated Chiropractors, Iowa Theatre Building.—Adv. *    ♦    * Want Ad Department will be closed Monday in observance of Labor Day. Phone 398-8234 Tuesday to place your ads.—Adv. *    *    * Best Rental Rents The Best. —Adv. *    *    * Open Labor Day. Evy’s lounge, next to the Paramount Theater. — Adv. ♦    *    * Fun and Games resume Thurs , Sept. 5th, 7:30 — KC Hall, 716 A Ave. N.E.-Tho Big One!! — Adv. *    *    * 1975 “Redbook” of United States coins $3.00— Jerome’s.— Adv. *    *    * Grand Opening: kitchen and bath remodeling. Free Jenn-air Grill. Sept. 3-30 Kitchen Systems. 700 Center Point Rd. N.E. —Adv. *    *    * The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Monday, Sept. 2, 1974 Sfatement: Stanley Unaware Of Nature, Size of Gifts The $35,000 total was reached through a $28,000 contribution by Mr. and Mrs. David Stanley, $3,000 each from Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stanley, and $1,000 from a brother, the affidavit said. C.R. Youth Hurt Sn Auto Mishap MUSCATINE (AP) - The campaign comptroller for State Rep. David Stanley, Muscatine Republican, says Stanley was not aware of the nature or amount of contributions to his 1968 and 1970 campaigns for the U.S. senate and house of representatives. A statement filed Sunday with! Iowa Secretary of State Melvin1 Synhorst said Stanley was kept: from “even an apparent obliga-j Mark Kuh ]6 of ^ Thirt non to contributors" and    ac-    sccond street m was    ted rased Rep John Culver, Cedary fajr, ^ condi,r    a( Rapids Democrat, of employing M h ita[ Mond ,he a cover-up tactic by talking resu|t o[ .£juri sutf/red a about the earner campaigns.    one^,ar crash Sunday night Culver and Stanley are    op-    Kuhn was a passenger    in    a ponents for the U.S. senate seat par driven bv Michael J being vacated by Harold Satt]eri l8i of mi Franbrook Hughes. The statement was terrace NW. Police said Sattler filed by C. M. Stanley, the can- lost    of    his car and it a utility pole in didate’s father and comptroller of his unsuccessful 1968-70 campaigns. “This disclosure will remove Ambassador Lounge, dancing his red herring and help us nightly, East Marion.—Adv. focus on the real issues that slammed into the 2200 block of Williams boule yard SW about 11:18 p.m. Firemen from the Williams boulevard station aided in removing Kuhn from the vehicle. —Economy— (Continued from Page I.) “most inflationary factor in our economy.” On Saturday, Meany told reporters that the AFL-CIO scaled down its campaign for a “veto-proof” congress when President Ford took over for Richard Nixon. Nixon Trial concern Iowans here and now” He was taken to the hospital by in the campaign for the U.S. ambulance. senate seat being vacated by Kuhn suffered a fractured Harold Hughes, the elder Stan- pelvis and cuts. ley said.    - Avoiding issues Man Hosnitalized Culver is attempting to avoid the 1974 issues and to divert at-; tention from his own “record as; a big spender, his absenteeism After Trailer Fire A Cedar Rapids man was list-andhis'taking maney^ronTw I ?? in c°nditio" «<*** Meany said Nixon should be j put on trial for obstruction of justice, but not go to jail if he is convicted. “I don’t think anybody wants to see Nixon put in jail,” Meany said. escape fcr prosecution see any possible way that can escape prosecution.” Meany reasoned that Nixon must stand trial because many of his former aides are sched- pressure groups on the East Coast,” he declared, acknowledging that he and his wife paid a substantial part of the costs of these campaigns ... because we know he (their son) has both the dedication to public Mercy hospital with burns suffered in a fire which destroyed his mobile home Sunday night. Raymond Blakesley, 24, of 4420 Bowling street SW, B-3, was applying flammable adhesive to the back of wall paneling when fumes were ignited by the he! service and the talent to contri , .. . .. ,.    . bate to better government and1*”10,1 ‘«fht on a "carby water But I feel that there is no hp«msp ft„r ,nn *.    heater, firemen said. for prosecution. I don’t Davjd stan| and his wjf Firemen were called to the Jean, spent $17 281.87 in the 1968 ^ler home shortly after IO primary and general election 9    um    I**P®o8*8- BU campaigns, while Stanley’s parents contributed $105,350.56 campaigns, the report The elder Stanley also repaid campaign debts and loans totaling $206,179.86, according to the affidavit. 1970 Finances uled to be tried for obstruction! a|j of justice in the Watergate1 cover-up “based on the very same set of facts that Nixon has admitted he was party to.” If Nixon is convicted and President Ford decides to pardon him. Meany said, “I think most of the people would buy that.” “Changed Completely” The 80-year-old labor leader said the AFL-CIO’s effort to give the Democrats a two-thirds taJing $96,526.29, the statement control of both the house and said senate — the size of a majority statement said contribu-needed to override anv    pres!-    Hons    by the    Stanley family to dential veto — had    been    the    current    campaign were changed completely.”    within the limits established by Our campaign for a ‘veto-tog federal campaign law limit-proof congress was directed at    jng    family    contributions to Nixon.” he said, noting that the:$35000. AFL-CIO objected specifically!—L_J_ to vetos by Nixon.    I    ~    ^ Meany conceded that a Ford- oGrVICGS ATG SGI Rockefeller Republican ticket “would be very difficult to beat in 1976 ... if we can get out of kesley was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Fire officials said all of the trailer home contents were destroyed. Regina Anderson Dies in Crash NORTH ENGLISH — Regina Kay Anderson, 36, Parnell, was killed late Saturday night in an one mile In 1970, Candidate Stanley directly spent $5,422.67 and contributed another $15,000 to a committee, while C. M. Stanley1 automobile accident and his wife contributed $48,000 east of Kinross, and paid postf-election debts to-! She was born Feb. 8. 1938, in Iowa City Surviving are two sons, Thomas Charles, 13, and Noel Duane, 12; her mother; three brothers, Craig and Kieth, both of Cedar Rapids, and Jerry , of Fairview, Pa.; and two sisters, Mrs. James Hollingsworth and Mrs. Alberta Hartgrave, both of Cedar Rapids. Services: ll a.m. Tuesday at Best funeral home, North En- For Crash Victim!^?by ,he Rev- KendaU De‘ NORTH ENGLISH - Services this economic mess, or at least! ... .    .    ,    ,    „    ,    .    ,    1    _    ..    ,,    . prevent it from becoming a real    1*    Tfda:V'J f ,0.r John Two Hospitalized rntncfrnnhn ”    tC    KoloSlk,    35,    Pamell,    who    WI catastrophe. “If we get into an economic catastrophe,” he added, “then I.,,    .    tv. think Ford would be the under-l    \9™m. as fatally injured Saturday in a traffic accident on highway 22 a at Iowa City, Kolosik is survived by his mother, Lillian; a sister, Mrs. Glen Parsons, and a brother, Bill, all of North English, and a Following Collision VICTOR — A two-car accident IO miles southeast of here Sunday night resulted in the hospitalization of two people in Cedar Rapids’ St. Luke’s hospital. Officials reported a car driven dog.” Meany said Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass.) would win the Democratic presidential nomination if the P*But wheiThtrw^e^krtdifntlK son’John C" ir' Wc,,man jby John ArP- **• Williamsburg, Massachusetts senator could n&,ndwi.wU' bc at ,h£ and a car,dr'vcn    Ne“- win Meany replied* “That j!English Christian church. Mill- haus, 19, Isadora, collided on a would doubt. Thats anotherl131?/^rvices will be conducted:gravel roBd. question”    at    £raveslde    in North En- Arps wife, Mildred, and Neu- _ glish    cemetery    by    the American haus were in fair condition Monition.    i day morning. Breakins Reported At Oelwein Schools OELWEIN — Breakins occurred over the weekend in the; junior and senior high schools here. Reported missing from the junior high building were a video tape machine, stamps.1 change and two flags. Taken from a coach’s office in the senior high school was $25 in change. Floral Fbiitasi es from our skillod artists FLOWER SHOP IHM ELLIS BLVD. NW I LOWFRPMONF 3M-IK28 PIERSON’S KHKSit . . 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