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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Sh owers and thunderstorms are indicatsd from Texas, northeastward ,-through the Ohio-Tennessee valley, the mid-Atlantic states and into portions of the northeast as well as in most of Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. 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. Hlqh temDcrnlures Sunday, low tem- peratures overnight and inches of pre- cipitation: AnchoraQQ 58 50 .10 L. Anqcles C7 67 Atlanta .27 Miami 8480 Bismarck .M 34 .03 Mln'apolls .63 42 Chicago ...6556 N. Orleans 71 75 "j Houston ...9278 Washington 906? C. R. Weather High Sunday C Low overnight 10 a.m. Monday..............5 Rainfall ....................2 Total for September........2 Normal for September 3.9 Normal through Sept. .....27.1 Total for 1973 ..............39.0 Barometer, steady ........30.1 Humidity at noon..........96% Wind direction and velocity a Gazette weather station at noon WNW at G m.p.h. Sun rises :a.m.; sets, p.m., Year Ago Today High 84 low, 70; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lc Bismarck..........Fair 75-41: Chicago ...........Rain BO-4; Cincinnati ......Tshwrs (iii-5: Cleveland........Shwrs 02-4! Des Moines .Fair G3-4r Detroit..........Cloudy G7-4F Indianapolis .....Cloudy C5-4f Kansas City........Fair 64-49 Milwaukee.......Ptcldy G2-48 Paul___Ptcldy G8-4G Omaha 67-4 St. Louis .........Clenr GG-45 Sioux Falls.........Fair 71-46 Births Mercy Aug. 31 Mr. and Mrs Lary Rozlocil, 1816 Eighth ave- nue SE, a son. Sept. 1 To the families ol Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc- Namara, Eastview avenue SW, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis JLangre, 602 Sev- en t h avenue, Clarence, daughter; and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Gorccki. 2117 Balsom drive SW, a daughter. Births Lub's Sept. 1 To the families of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney ton, 1247 Third street NW, a daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mnicrs, rural route two, Cedar Rapids, a son. Sept. 2 To the families of Mr. and Mrs. John Umbden- stook, Mechanicsvillc, a son; and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ho- mire, 3800 Silver Spring drive NE, a daughter. Fires p.m. Sunday. Faulty fur- nace at 4420 Bowling street SW, Lot D-6. p.m. Sunday. Arson sus- pected in fire in sai-age com- plex at 1039 Park Towne court NE. p.m. Sunday. Man burned In trailer fire at 4420 Bowling street SW, Lot B-3. p.m. Sunday. Aid in removal of person in accident in 2200 block of Williams boul- evard SW. a.m. Monday. False alarm at 12-18 Fourth avenue SE. a.m. Monday. Smoke odor from lint in furnace at 4517 Council street NE. Iowa Deaths Amana Henry Frilsche, Tuesday at 1 at Amana Com- munity church. Friends may call at family home after 3 M o n d a y HouVLT-Valenline, Steve Evans, 22. Tuesday al. McSwifi- giu-Uhlmann's. CORROII llelila Avis, Murdoch's. Oxford Robert Stockman, 50. Tuesday at 10, St. Mary's Catholic church. Rosary Mon day at 8, Oxford chapel, Georg L. Gay's. A memorial has bee established. Parnell John C. Kolosik 35. Tuesday at Christia church. Military rites at grave side in North English cemetei by the American Legion, Pow ell's, North English. Oelwein Grace Swartsel 82. Tuesday at 2 p.m. Brant Kerns'. Solon John W. Reyhon: 73. Wednesday at Bros funeral home, and 10 at S Mary's Catholic churcl Knights of Columbus Rosar Tuesday at 7, parish Hosary, a 8. Visitation after noon Tues day. Dycrsvillc F. Dig man, 68. Wednesday at at the Basilica of St. Franci Xavier. Parish scripture servic Tuesday at 8, Kramer's, whe: friends may call after 7 Mon day. Dyersvillc Mrs. Ray (VI rg en o) Schmueckcr, Kramer's. North English Regina Anderson, 36. 11, Tuesday a Bests. Garber Sandra Plagmar 24. 2, Tuesday at Shultz', Mon- ona. (Continued from Page 1.) guns' were recovered under bridge near West Union. Iowa BCT agents, highway pa trol, Iroopers, Fayette county deputies and West Union polic found the four individuals in ai attic at the home of Dochmlcr', brother, Niles. Bond at Doehmler was charged will two counls of larceny in Hi nighttime and one of larceny o a motor vehicle. Bond was sel at Authorities had been search- ing for Doehmler, as he hac been free on appeal bone on an earlier charge stemming 'rom another breakin at Bill's Sport shop. He was sentenced to 10 years 'or this crime, and the stale supreme court recently lui'nec down his appeal. Mrs. Doehmler was chargec Mill two counts of larceny in he nighttime, and bond was placed at Kamm is under bone 'or four charges. They include one count of larceny of a motor chicle, Iwo counls of larceny in he nighttime and one count ol nalicious injury to a motor ve- licle. Garber Woman Dies in Crash ELKPORT Sandra Plag- Tian, 24, Garber, was killed Sat- irday night two miles north of icre on a county road when Ihe ar which her husband was driving went off the road and nlo a ditch. Her husband, Henry, 23, was n serious condition Monday iiorning at University hospitals i Iowa Cily, as was a daughter, toy Jane, 2. Another daugii- cr, Wendy, 3, was treated and cleasctl. Surviving are two sons, Henry nd Kim, at home; her mother, Irs. Hulli KriiRgcr, of Mcfirc- or: four sisters and four rolhcrs. This wits the second traffic fa- :ilily in Clayton county this car. Services will lie at 2 p.m. 'ucsday at funeral ome, Monona. JOHN 1 Corivpnipiit 308 3rtl AVP. SE (Continued from Page 1.) fered fractures of the pelvis an both legs. Kashialos was preparing fo a show in New York when th Turks invaded Cyprus on Jul 20. The Greek Cypriot police re- porled that they killed a gunmar of the EOKA-B Greek Cyprio underground army when he re fused to surrender his auto malic trifle. It was the firs police shooting of an EOKA-B man since President Glafco derides replaced guerilla leade Nikos Sampson as head of th Greek Cypriot government o July 22, a week after Presiden Makarios was ousted in a cou] supported by the guerillas. Meanwhile, the leaders of Cyprus' feuding Greek and Turkish communities tried to ease the suffering of nearly refugees, starling a series of two-man, face-to- face talks set up by the United Nations. derides, head of the island's Jreek community, and Vice prcsidenl Rauf Denktash, leader of Cyprus' Turks, planned an evening meeting at the Ledra palace hotel along the "greei line" dividing Ihe capital ol Nicosia. The two Cypriot leaders have agreed lo discuss only human! larian problems crcaled by lit (Continued from Page 1.) ion for nonpublic, the same as asl year. Public Spending Spending for higher education s estimated at billion, with about billion by public in- stitutions and billion by pri- vate colleges. Bell said the colleges are cx- jected lo confer about 1.3-mil- ion bachelor's and higher de- recs (his. coming year, the same as last. The federal statistics indicate hat education expenses will almost 8 percent ol lie gross national product and nvolve directly nearly C2-mil- ion Americans. "Education will be the prin- occupation of 29 percent of Bell said. "In act, education is considered lo )e the country's largest entcr- irisc in terms of the number of icople involved and the dollars pent." More than three-million per- ons will be employed in class- oom instruction this fall, in- 2.3-million teachers in lementary and secondary schools and more than ollcge instructors. In addition, there will be bout superintendents, irincipals, supervisors and olh- r instructional staff members. olice Arrest Two On Fighting Counts Bruce WUcox, of 1440 ever avenue SE, and a kl youth were charged Sunday ilh fighting. Police said the two were fight- ig with each other in front of ie Busy Beehive cafe, 836 First venue NK, at a.m. Sunday. was released on ond and the youth re- cd lo his sister. Drive Solely DEATHS Buena Vista Behrens liucna Vista Uehrens, ill, of 1810 Park avenue, SE, died Sun- day at her home following a long illness. She was born April 17, 18113, in Linn county, and had lived in the Cedar Rapids area most of her life. Surviving Mrs. Gail are a Miller, daughter, Cedar Rapids; a son, Veryl Grain, Lis- bon; two grandchildren; Ihrci great-grandchildren and two ijreal-greal-grandchildrcn. Services: a.m. Wednes day in Turner chapel east by the Very Reverend Canon D. A Lofcrski. Burial: Springvilli cemetery. Friends may cull a Turner chapel cast, and may, il they wish, contribute to the me morial fund at St. John's Epis copal church. Mrs. Ernest Anderson Rodella Anderson, 6G, widov of Ernest Anderson, 812 D avc nue NW, died Sunday after short illness. She was born Oct 26, 1907 at Canton and had livec in Cedar Rapids since 1943. Surviving are five daughters Barbara Kleppe, with whom she made her home; Mrs. Ray Perk- ins, Dubuque; Mrs. Carl Mc- Cain, Mrs. Robert Bergstrom and Mrs. John 0. Campbell, al of Cedar Rapids; a son, Thomas L., Cedar Rapids; 33 grand- children, one great-grandchild; a sister, Mrs. George Blaha Jerwyn, and a brother. James Cairy, Downers Grove, HI. Services: Wednesday at 9 al iuba funeral home east by the lev. Charles R. Mehaffey Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at the funeral home after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Two Reported Serious After C.R. Accident A 28-year-old Marion woman and her 4-year-old daughter vere in serious condition at St. .uke's hospital with skull frac- ures suffered Sunday in a two- car collision that caused inju- ies to three other persons. Shirley Rotert, 700 Thirty-fifth itreet, Marion, and her daugh- er, Sharon, were injured al a.m. Sunday at the inlcr- ection of Blairs Ferry road and avenue NE. Two other daughters of Mrs. Rotcrt's were injured when, a ar driven by William Vcrnon, I, of 930 Twelfth street, Marion, turned in front of their :ar. The girls, Cheryl, 6, and Shei- a, 5, suffered abrasions. Cheryl vas in good condition at St. hospital Monday and iheila was treated and released. Vernon was in good condition ,t St. Luke's hospital Monday uttering from internal injuries. Vernon was charged with naking an illegal turn. (Continued from Page 1.) show the numbers on au omobile license plates. The Blackbird's achievcmcn [as marred by the crash at the irshow of a stunting American ikorsky Black Hawk helicopter n which the pilot, Stewar: raig, 34, of Guilford, Conn, ras killed and the copilot, Kurl 'annon, 40, of Seymour, Conn. ras seriously injured. Cannon was taken to a hospi- al in Aldershot. A spokesman aid he had extensive burns anc of liis spine and o: oth legs. He was operated on unday night, and the spokes- nan said today that although he as "seriously his condi- on was generally satisfactory. The big helicopter was mak- ig a low pass when a rotoi ruck the ground. The lieli- opter hit the ground, bounced I feet and exploded. Northeast C.R. Apartment Fire; Arson Suspected Cedar Rapids fire officials say arson was Hie cause of a which caused extensive damage to a portion of the storage and garage area of Hie Park Towne apartments, 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 walk- way in the garage complex. F i v e maintenance closets, portions of two garages am three cars were damaged in ad dition to the storage and work shop areas. Six units responded to the cai: which was received at p.m (Continued from Page 1.) 50 percent vesting when an em- ploye's age and years o[ service equal 45. The final 50 percent would come in the next five years. bill requires that 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 Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. is established under the labor department and funded by employer contributions to jay 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 h him his pension rights from one job to another and once a worker is vested, he may leave a company and re- turn 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 pay- ments of a deceased worker if death comes after retirement. It offers tax incentives to in- dividual employes not in pen- sion plans to set up their own retirement programs and to persons to im- prove their programs. For the first time, the law fixes tough standards of con- duct and accountability for per- sons administering pension ilans. Plans must be certified >y an actuary at least every '.lirce years. Finally the bill requires (hat all employes be admitted to a icnsion plan when they reach age 25 and have at least one year of service with a com' >any. The new pension regulations arc effective immediately for newly established retirement )lans. Plans already in exis- ence would be allowed until Dec. 31, 1975, to put the new nesting rules into effect. Rollins Hurt MCGREGOR Eugene Bulz, Robins, was in fair condition onday morning in Lutheran ispilal in La Crossc following one-car accident early Mon- ly morning three miles south here. He was reported to we suffered a broken jaw in c accident. Send a bit of chofir with a bouquet from... 4 Seasons miK.tumU. 3E1SHS when words orcn't enough send sympathy wilh flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 niONr ANSWfRto u HOURS EVPRY DAY. Taggart Held on Assault Charge Ronald Taggart, 25, of Ellis boulevard NW, was charged Sunday wilh assaul City Briefs Health services to correct spinal nerve root irritations. As- sociated Chiropractors, Iowa Theatre Want Ad Department will be closed Monday in observance of Labor Day. Phone 398-8234 Tues- day lo place your 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, KG Hall, 716 A Ave. N.E. The Big 1975 "Redbook" of United Slates coins Adv. Grand Opening: kitchen and bath remodeling. Free Jenn-air Grill. .Sept. 3-30 Kitchen Sys- tems. 700 Center Point Rd N.E -Adv. Ambassador Lounge, dancing nightly, East (Continued from Page 1.) "most inflationary factor in our economy." On Saturday, Meany told re porters thai (he AFL-CIO scalei down its campaign for a "veto- proof" congress when Presiden Ford look over for Richard Nixon. Nixon Trial Meany said Nixon should be put on trial for obstruction o justice, but not go to jail if he i: convicted. "I don't think anybody wants to see Nixon put in Meany said. "But I feel that there is n> escape fcr prosecution. I don' see any possible way that he can escape prosecution." Meany reasoned that Nixon must stand trial because man; of his former aides are sched uled lo be tried for obstrudtioi of justice in the Watergali cover-up "based on the verj same set of facts that Nixon has admitted he was party to." If Nixon is convicted and President Ford decides lo par don him, Meany said, "I Ihink most of (he people would buy that." "Changed Completely" The 80-year-old labor leader said (he AFL-CIO's effort to ;ive Ihe Democrats a two-thirds control oE both the house am senate the size of 'a majority Tim Ccilur K.miil'i Gazette: Monday, Sciit. 2, Statement: Stanley Unaware Of Nature, Size of Gifts needed dential lo override any presi veto had been commil greal with intent to bodily injury. Taggart allegedly fired a shot- gun at Michael Rculzel, 19, of 937 Fourth street SW, and threatened him. The incident happened a.m. Sunday at Rcutzel's residence. Taggart was being held in Ihe Linn county jail in lieu of bond. hc tlnr -Ritpub Established bv The Gazette Co. ann published dally and Sunday at 500 Third ove. SE, Ccdor Rapids, Iowa 52406. Second class postaoc paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription roles bv carrier 95 cents a, week. Bv mall: Night Edition and Sunday 6' Issues 13.75 a month, 539.00 a vcar: Af- 13.85 a monlh. 140.00 a vcar. Olhcr stales and U.S. territories S60.00 a vcar. No Mall accepted In areas having The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for rcpubllcollon ol all the local news printed In this news- paper as well as all AP news dispatches. Moral ir-antesies from our skilled artists PERSON'S isoo EI.I.IS ni.vn. NW F1.0VVKIIPIIONE .TOG-1826 "changed completely." "Our campaign for a 'veto proof congress was directed a he said, noting that the AFL-CIO objcclcd specifically lo vetos by Nixon. Meany conceded that a Ford Rockefeller Republican ticket "would be very difficult lo beat in 1971! if we can gel oul ol Ms economic mess, or at leasi prevent it from becoming a rea: catastrophe." "If we get into an economic he added, "then 1 think Ford would be Hie under- dog." Meany said Sen. Kennedy (D- Mass.) would win Ihe Democrat- ic presidential nomination if the party convention were held now. But when he was asked if the Massachusetts senator could win, Mcany replied: "That, I would doubt. Thai's another question." Breafcins Reported At Oelwein Schools OELWEIN Breakins oc- curred over Ihe weekend in the iunior and senior high schools icre. Reported missing from the unior high building were a video tape machine, stamps, change and two flags. Taken from a coach's office in lie senior high school was in change. 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 hii 1968 and 1970 campaigns for the U.S. senale and house of repre- sentatives. A statemenl filed Sunday with Iowa Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst said Stanley was kepi from "even an apparent obliga tion to contributors" and ac- cused Rep. John Culver, Cedar Kapids Democrat, of employing a "cover-up tactic" by talking about the earlier campaigns. Culver and Stanley are op- ponents for the U.S. senate sea being vacated by Harold Hughes. The statement was ISed by C. M. Stanley, the can- didate's father and comptroller of his unsuccessful 1968-70 cam- paigns. "This disclosure will remove nis red herring and help UF focus on the real issues lha: concern lowans here and now" in the campaign for the U.S ;enate seat being vacated by ilarold Hughes, the elder Slan ,ey said. Avoiding Issues Culver is attempting lo avoir the 1974 issues and lo divert at- tention from his own "record as a big spender, his absenteeism and his laking money from 2! pressure groups on Ihe East he declared, acknowl- edging that he and his wife "paid a substantial part of the costs of these campaigns be- cause we know he (their son) has both the dedicalion to public service and the talent to contri- bute to better government and because he is our son." David Stanley and his wife, Jean, spent in the 190! primary and general election campaigns, while Stanley': parents contributed to the campaigns, the repori said. The elder Stanley also repaic campaign debts and loans total ing according to the affidavit. 1970 Finances In 1970, Candidate Stanley di- rectly spent and con tribuled another to a committee, while C. M. Stanley and his wife contributed and paid post-election debts lo taling the statement said. The statement said contribu lions by Ihe Stanley family lo the current campaign were within the limits established by the federal campaign law limit- ing family contributions to Serviees ire Set NORTH ENGLISH Services will be Tuesday at for John Kolosik, 35, Parnell, who was fatally injured Saturday in a raffic accident on highway 22 a mile east of Kinross. Born Jan. 19, 1939, at Iowa City, Kolosik is survived by his nother, Lillian; a sister, Mrs. n Parsons, and a brother, Bill, all of North English, and a son, John C., jr., Wellman. Services will be at the North English Christian church. Mili- ,ary services will be conducted at the graveside in North En- ;lish cemetery by the American Legion. The total was reached through a contribution by Mr. and Mrs. David Stanley, each from Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stanley, and from a brother, the affidavit said. Mark Kuhn, 1G, of 304 Thirty- second street NW, was reported in fairly serious condition at Mercy hospital Monday as the result of injuries suffered in a one-car crash Sunday night. Kuhn was a passenger in a car driven by Michael J. Saltier, 18, of 3201 Franbrook terrace NW. Police said Saltier lost control of his car and it slammed into a utility pole in the 2200 block of Williams boule- vard SW about p.m. Firemen from the Williams boulevard station aided in re- moving Kuhn from the vehicle. He was taken lo the hospital by ambulance. Kuhn suffered a fractured pelvis and cuts. A Cedar Rapids man was list- ed in good condition Monday at Mercy hospital with burns suf- fered in a fire which destroyed his mobile home Sunday night. Raymond Blakesley, 24, of 4420 Bowling street SW, B-3, was applying flammable adhe- sive to the back of wall paneling when fumes were ignited by the pilot light on a nearby water heater, firemen said. Firemen were called to the trailer home shortly after 10 p.m. Six units responded. Bla- kesley was taken lo the hospital by ambulance. Fire officials said all of the trailer home contents were des- troyed. Regina Anderson Dies in Crash NORTH ENGLISH i- Eegina Kay Anderson, 36, Parnell, was killed late Saturday night in an automobile accident one mile east of Kinross. She was born Feb. 8, 1938, in Iowa Cily Surviving are two sons, Thom- as Charles, 13, and Noel Duane, 12; her mother; three brothers, Craig and Kieth, both o! Cedar Rapids, and Jerry of Fairview, Pa.; and Iwo sisters, Mrs. James Hollingsworth and Mrs. Alberta Hartgrave, both of Cedar Rapids. Services: 11 a.m. Tuesday at Best funeral home, North En- glish by the Rev. Kendall De- Wilt. Two Hospitalized Following Collision VICTOR A two-car ac- cident 10 miles southeast of here 3unday night resulted in the wspitalization of two people in Cedar Rapids' St. Luke's hospi- tal. Officials reported a car driven jy John Arp, 05, Williamsburg, and a car driven by Mark Neu- haus, 19, Ladora, collided on a ;i'avel road. Arp's wife, Mildred, and Neu- laus were in fair condition Mon- lay morning. FKKSH flMWKHS PUCK'S FLOWER SHOP 5008 Center Pt. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 "Sold By m First Marie Williams found that Gazette want ads do the job. The 2 line want ad brought calls from 5 prospective buyers. To order your action-ad, Dial 398-8234 from 8 to 5. Until noon Saturday. When death touches your family, these facts can make life easier. What decisions will you face? What alternatives should be considered? Wouldn't it bo better for you to be able to weigh these questions in a calm, unhurried atmosphere? "Facts every family should know" is written to familiarize you with the decisions that must be made and the alternatives available. In simple, straight- forward language, it gives you facts that can case your burden at a difficult time. For your free copy, Just call or write. 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