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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Aspen lane NK, and a resident Twenty-fourth street NW, died of Cedar Rapids for the last in a Cedar Rapids years, died Thursday in a Cedar Rain K expected from Colorado and New Mexico across the Plains and Mississippi val- ley through the Ohio valley to -the North Atlantic states. Rain is also oxpocted in southern Florida. The Weather High temperatures Wednesday, low Icrn- perfllurcs overnight snd Inches cl preci- pitation: Anchorage 65 54 .03 L. Angeles 62 67 Allanla 8760 Miami 867? Bismarck i 55 38 Min'apolis 70 50 .20 Chicago 8450.01 N. Orleans 6978 Denver 63 34 .32 New York 82 69 Dululh At 44 Phoenix 104 78 Honolulu 9075 Seatlle 71 53 Houston 83 76.03 Washington S3 73 Extended forecast No rain is expected Saturday through Monday. Lows in 40s and highs in CDs Saturday and Sunday warming to lows in 50s and highs in by Monday. C. R. Weather High Wednesday Low overnight Noon Thursday 2 p.m. NE; Barbara Hargcr, 4303 Mt. Vernon road SE; each lined 530 and cosls. .lames Doyle, 701J Eighth street SW; fined and eosts. Marvin Benscnd, Bertram; Timothy Garbow, 1119 Third street SW; Marilyn Fry, route three, Cedar Rapids; Terry Peltit, 1135 Hubbard avenue NE; Elizabeth Mills. Iowa City; Dollecn Clapsaddle, IOC Eighth avenue SW; Bradley Johnson. Sixth avenue Selcsssie (Continued from Page 1.) controlled the country of em- bezzling millions of dollars, en- couraging bureaucratic corrup- tion and doing nothing to allevi- ate the effects of the drouth which in the past two years killed an estimated per- ons. Selassie's power began (o fade in the early part of this year when the armed forces served notice that they were deter- She was born Aug. Ill, at Minden and was married to Dean A. Vogl, Sept. 3, 1954, at Minden. Mrs. Vogt was a member of the r'irst Congrega- tional church, the Women's Fel- lowship, and had assisted part time as a secretary at the church. Surviving in addition to her husband, are a daughter, Lyn- etle Kay Vogt, at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schnepcl, Minden; a sister, Mrs. Robert Mauer, of Aurora, Colo.; and two brothers, Ru- dolph R. Schnepel, Council Bluffs, and Gary E. Schnepcl of Omaha, Neb. Services: 2 p.m. Sunday, at :he I1' i r s t Congregational church, by the Rev. Glenn Bender. Interment: Cedar Me- morial. Friends may call at thej Bcatty-Bcurle chapel after 1 p.m. Friday. Friends may if they wish contribute to a memo- rial fund. Traffic .signal violation Thomas Jccllicka. 1800 McGow- lim boulevard, Marion; Steph- [rn rtnibnm, 52IS IT.ivbet avo- nue NW; Russell Eberlc, Fair- ..59: fax; each lined and costs, (id Robert Paul, 3019 D avenue ..58 Precipitation...............0.50[ and costs. NE; Steve Boardrnan, 2452 Lauren drive SW; each fined Total for September........1.02 Normal for September .....3.97 Normal through Sept.....27.12 Total for 1974 ..............38.85 Barometer, steady ........29.88 Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. NNW at 12 mph. Sun rises Friday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 73; low, 51; rainfall, 0.16 Traveler's Forecast Striking- fixtures adjacent to street Gary Long, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Jon Ed- wards, 3000 Pioneer avenue SE; fined and costs. Friil n y Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls-St. Taut Weather, Hi-Lo ...PtCldy 03-40 ...Slvwrs 67-52 .Tshwrs 71-M ___Cloudy 58-40 .....Rain 73-52 ......Rain ......Hiiin (ill-48 Cloudy 59-50 ...PICIdy 58-40 Omaha..........Cloudy 59-42 St. Louis ..........Rain G5-50 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy 59-31! Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday ___CS3.30 Births Lute's Sent. 11 To the families of Wayne Hoist, 1922 Central drive SW, a son; Michael Neil- system. The emperor retained the al- legiance of the landed barons and millions of illiterate pea- sants, but the young army of- ficers and technocrats turned against demanding free speech, land reform, democrat- ic government and an end to corruption. Until then, the bearded little ruler had survived all chal- lenges to his rule, although he Driyins: on wroiiff side dl.iveil in Daniel Bernaski, 1815 Eastern I drive SW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Mark Remington. 700 Thirty-firth street, Marion; fined and cosls. Duane Huenekc, 034 Forest drive SE; Jeffrey Dyson, 1704 Sixteenth street NW; each fined and costs. Parking- violation Elza Nash, BIB Fifteenth avenue SW; fined and costs. Registration violation David Corbett, 407 B avenue NW; fined and cosls. Driver's license violation Deborah Lederle, 57 Nintcentb avenue SW; fined nnd co s t s Richard 'Ross, 2500 Twenty-first avenue, Marion; fined and cosls. Prohibited passing Wayne Buelow, Palo; fined and cosls. Raymond Chamberlain, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Marcngo David A. McLen- nan, Indianola. Saturday al at Hoover Valentine's Masonic graveside services. Wiiukon Frances Wheeler, 83. Friday at 10 at SI. Pa- trick's. Martin Brothers'. Waukou Florence Ro- when Mussolini's army invaded Ethiopia and captured Addis Ababa. Selassie took his case before the League of Nations, but the organization rejected his plea that it retain the economic sanc- tions it had voted against Italy. Five years of exile followed, and it look World war II and the British army to return him to power. He withstood another crisis in 1900 when members of liis impe- rial Guard rebelled while the emperor was in Brazil. Selassie returned four days after the rebellion and crushed the revolt. The rebel troops were hunted down and hanged' in a public square. ly. 357 Twenty-second street mingcr. Martin Brothers'. NW, a sun; Hubert Bollock., _ Sidney L 3011 ,1 street SW, Apt. 805, a Root. 75. Saturday at 2 nt'l-Ial- son. verson's. Military rites at Births Mercy verson's. Military rnveside. Norway Scpl. 11 To the families of j Sonka, (M. Saturday at 1 at Daniel DcMeuIenacre, 5748 Michael's Catholic chureh. Yisi- ci Man Jailed After Assault On Deputy Paul H. Ilidcnman, 22, route rites at lone. Lisbon, has been charged Leo Deputy at St. i Sheriff Norman Popenhagen in Gordon avenue NW, a datiKh- tcr; Larry Chcrvcny, Van Home, a son; Ronald Haldy, Amana, a daughter; .Tames Jones, 3524 Eedbud road NE, a daughter; Jack Davis, 1141 Fif- teenth avenue SW, a son. Out of Town Births liition after 11 Friday Brush's where parish Tiosarv will he recited Friday. Clcrmont _ John 'Alfred Eriekson, SI. Saturday at at West Clcrmont Lutheran church. Muchlethaler's, Elfiin. connection with mcidenls at a tavern parking lot and at Hiden- man's residence early Thurs- day. Popenhagen reported he broke up a fight involving Hi- denman and another man after At Ainlir.rK, Germany MeAmnlch's, Victor." Spec. 4 and Mrs. Franklin Klimn a daughter Sept. 8. Mrs. Klima is the daughter of Mnry O'Brien, Tli.'uvnthn trailer court, Hinv.-athn. Will iamsburg jnnvis, 711. Saturday at 2 at I no was called to Obituaries Mrs. Dean A. Vogt Kalhryn M. Vogt, U, of 2317 Fred H. Breuer Kred Henry lircuer, of 220 hospital following a brief illness. Horn March 15, 1901, in Cedar Kapid.s, he had been a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids. He had worked for Mctcalf Printers and in later years was foreman in the composing room for Sla- mats Publishing Co. Mr. Breuer was a member of lodge, Cedar Rapids Consistory, El Kahir Shrine and the Elks club. He also was a 50- year member of the Typograph- ical union. Surviving is a sister, Bertha Dougall, Davenport. Services: p.m. Saturday at Turner chapel west by the Very Reverend Canon D. A. Lo- ferski. Burial: Linwood ccme- Kricnds may call at if iTlic Cedar Itanlilx Gaelic: Tliuis., Sciit. 12, J'JI'l 3A Memorial Services Buls, Carl W. Turner cbapel cyst at noon Friday by. Dr. Arnold Herbst. Graveside services in Strawberry Point at 'p.m. Friends may call at Turner's until a.m. Fri- day. The casket will not be opened alter the service. Fcild, Minnie M. Turner cbapel cast at 3 p.m. Friday by a Jehovah's Witness represent- ative. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Turner cast. Sickles, Kaymoml L. Turner chupel west at p.m. Friday by the Rev. Charles H. Mehaffey of Asbury United Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west. tend Jury Clears Officers of Brutality "No criminal offense was committed1 by any member of the Cedar Rapids police depart- ment or Linn county sheriff's department in connection with (Brett) Johnston's processing and incarceration." That was the "unanimous opinion" of the Linn county grand jury in its report Thurs- day of its investigation of a complaint from the 22-year-old Cedar Rapids man that he had been beaten at the Linn county jail early Aug. 18. County Ally. William Fachcs and Sheriff Walter Grant had agreed to submit the matter lo the grand jury, as suggested by the sheriff. Grant said Johnson had been' taken to the jail by Cedar Rapids police on an intoxication charge and lie started fighting wilh sheriff's officers as soon as police removed handcuffs from his wrists. The grand jury said it ques- tioned 1C witnesses in its inves- tigation concerning the alleged assault. Grant said Thursday that one of (he witnesses in ihc matter also testified about alleged bru- tality by a deputy in the arrest of four Cedar Rapids persons at a Fairfax quarry on the same Turner chapel west and may, i they wish, make contributions to the cancer fund. Mrs. Charles Jarosh Edith Jarosh, 78, of 1215 Fifth street SE, died Wednesday after a long illness. She was born Aug. 8, in Fort Atkinson, and had been a resident of Cedar Rapids since 1932. Mrs. Jarosh was a member of St. Wenceslaus church and the Catholic Workman. Surviving are her husband, Charles, to whom she was mar- ried April 25, 1921, at Fort At- kinson; a daughter, Mrs. Louis Drahos, Cedar Rapids, three grandchildren; three sisters, Josephine Sykora, Minneapolis, Minn.; Jessie Kaccr and Mrs. Willard Walton, both of Cedar Rapids. Services: Saturday at a.m. in St. Wenceslaus church by the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial: St. John's cemetery. Ro- sary Friday at p.m. in the Kuba funeral home east where friends may call after 10 a.m. Friday. The jury, however, was ad- vised that it should delay any investigation of that matter, be- cause the iFBl is 'investigating it on the basis of a complaint that the incident violated their Marriage Licenses Inn, and that Ilidcnman then him in the back as he was re- turning to his patrol car. He said he then hit Hidcnman !on the shoulder with his flash- .light and that the two then House I civil rights under a federal sta- Chester S. Johnson Chester S. Johnson, 78, of 345 Twenty-seventh street drive SE, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Thursday following a short illness. He was a retired em- ploye of the Quaker Oats Co. Born May 9, 189G' in Fort Dodge, he had been a resident of Cedar Rapids for many years. Surviving in addition to his wife, Eugenia, is a daughter, Donna Jeanne Johnson of Cedar Rapids. Private services; Saturday al Turner chapel cast by the Dr. George W. Carlson of First Lu- theran church. Friends may call at Turner cbapel aast until 9 p.m. Friday. The family sug- gests that friends may, if (hey wish, make a contribution to the charity of their choice. The Butcher How To Buy Meat How To Cook It How To Carve It How To Serve It Coming Soon The Gazette Civitan Fall Meeting Set, Speaker Told The past president of Civitan International will be featured speaker for the fall district meeting of the Min-Owa district of Civitan International Satur- day in Cedar Rapids. William Haehnel Senate Hearing Set On PRS Operations A deputy U.S. marshal Thurs-iPRS was given the contract bc- day morning served a subpoena on James Kossie, vice-president of the; Mow-dufund Cedar Ka- pids-based Park Reservation System. The subpoena, issued by Sen. Henry Jackson, chairman of the senate's committee on' interior and insular affairs, ordered Rofsic to appear at a Sept. hearing on the national park reservation operation. The senate subcommittee, led by Sen. Howard Melzcnbaum is investigating the National Park Service's award- ing of the contract to PRS. Produce Records Jn the subpoena, Rossie was told to produce any records, documents, correspondence or anything else pertinent to his association with PRS. cause of favoritism and accused its operation of being "an enor- mous foul-up." Rossie has said that Melzen- baum and officials in the NPS undermined the PRS operation because of interests in competi- tors for tile contract. Threaten Suit PRS officials have claimed that contractual violations by NPS and individual national parks severely hampered its operation. A nearly one-half million dollar lawsuit has been mentioned. in a related development, it was announced in Washington that Ronald H. Walker, director of the National Park Service, has resigned, effective Jan. 1. Walker had been under fire since it was revealed that he is Rossie handled the day-to-day a personal friend of L. Donald operation of the service in iMiddlelon, president of PKS. Cedar Rapids until the NPS re- fused to extend its contract in late August. has charged that Both have denied, however, that this relationship had an in- fluence on the awarding of the reservation contract. William Haehnel, jr., Austin, Texas, immediate past president of Civitan International, will speak at the day-long event which begins at a.m. Haehnel has been active in Civitan for over 16 years, and has held several lop offices in (he organization. The district meeting will also include a report from the five youth delegates who recently at- tended the Civitan youth citizen- ship seminar hi Adrian, Mich. The delegates, selected on the basis of their leadership abili- ties and interest in the problems of today, were Dawn Borchen- briler, Jefferson high school; Michael Grady, Marion; Bruce Revers, Prairie; Sandra Stall- man, LaSalle, and Jeffrey Peck, Kennedy. The Linn county Civitan club will host the event for the 10 clubs in Iowa and Minnesota at the Sirloin 'n Brew, 4116 First avenue SE. About 100 persons arc expected to attend. Mrs. August Cramer Dcna Alice Lay Cramer, 87, widow of the Rev. August Cramer, a former resident of Cedar Rapids, died in Tcmpc, Ariz.) Wednesday following a brief illness. Born April 22, 11187, at Haslings, Neb., she and Mr. Cramer were married on Aug. 3, 1010, al Hastings. She was a member of Kenwood Presby- terian church. She is survived by five daugh- ters, Mrs. F. Gill, Palm G. R.Wetlaufer Rites ORLWE1N Gerald K. Wet-'wrestled for several minutes be- Susan Draker and Kdward i lanfcr, (12, a business and educa-i fore he broke loose to call for Colby, Mary nnd Pa-ltjon leader here, died Wcdncs- nnd LoS "fell. nlV of Minn., s- help on the radio. Rapids. Marriages Dissolved Olivia nnd Lconel Gutierrez. Salana C. nnd Jnnics Joseph Michalrc. Patricia nnd TJirkir Yonnu. Fires hospital after a lengthy illness. Mr. Welkuifer retired as pres- ident of the City Laundering Co. in 1072 and also retired as direc- tor of Hie Oelwcin Slate bank ll i d c n m a n then allegedly drove off lo his residence. Po- penhagen followed him and Ili- dcnman allegedly drove his truck into Hie patrol car in as president of both the Oelwcin Wednesday, short and Fayctlc school boards, and in rlcdrii' cord nl Twenly- '-jhad been a trustee for Upper Iowa college al Kayctte. Wilh the help of a Ml. Vermin police officer and a Cedar conn I y deputy. Popenhagcn went into Hie residence to arrest p.m. Wednesday. Dcfec- Iowa al Kayclte. Ilidcnman and allegedly was al- livc sas line at (103 Fina nve- "l! is survived by his again. Sheriff Walter 'three children, his father, IwojGrant said llidcnman nearly sisters and Iwo brolhers and six [bit off Popcnhagen'.s left car. nue SW. p.m. Wednesday. Taper ill ash tray to dashboard at Mii Eighth slm-t NK. Popenhagen received slilcues II p.m. Wednesday.! Services will he held Friilay.at a Cedar liapids hospital nnd Hushed sas at accident sr.mr al at 2 at SI. Mary's Kpiscopal was released bss in Rohiser Farm Fire GUTTKNBERG A Wcdncs- jinRs. Neb. Desert, Calif.; Mrs. J.C. Adkins, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. L.E. Lowe, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. How- ard Beatty, Atkins; Mrs. D.D. Peters, George; a son, Marvin ll. Cramer, Tcmpc, Arix.; nine grandchildren, ten great-grand- children and two sisters, Mrs. William Grosshcim, Quincy, 111., and Mrs. Howard Merrill, Hasl- Cerfified Coordinator Named for Program OELWEIN Bonnie Murray, of the Northeast Iowa Mental Health center, will begin work- ing xas certified coordinator of the Oclwcin alcoholism pro- gram. Her office will be located with the Chamber of Commerce and she will be available lo meet with alcoholics on Mondays and Tuesdays. In addition, she will be avail- able on an on-call basis for emergencies with the Oclwcin police department. The Linn county grand jury has returned 17 indictments and seven no bills. In its report Thursday the jury also found that no indict- ment should be returned in con- nection with an Aug. 17 traffic accident in whHi John r'nrli'; was killed. Facing trial1 now as a result of indictments are the following persons: Cathy Jane Schad, Theodore Wilbur Gould, Ernie Moomy. Zelda Zerbc and George Welch, all charged with resisting ex- ecution of process; Michael Coo- per, assisting escape from an officer: Darrcl Treecc, escape; Craig Gardner, assault with in- tent to inflict great bodily inju- ry; Sally Frccse, James R. Stout, Clarence W. Breuer and M i c h a c 1 D. Richman, all charged with possession of a controlled substance. Gary Lee Nortman, going armed wilh intent; Bobby Lee Palmer, failure lo return a rent- ed vehicle: Robert Cage, rob- bery wilh I Lorcn Bolson and John Calvin', Brooks, both charged with re- moval of safeguards or danger signals (originally charged with No longer facing charges as a result of no bills returned by the jury are the following persons, with the charges which had been placed against them list- ed: Jose Chavez, assault with in- lent lo inflict great bodily inju- ry; Kenneth F. Webb, aggravat- ed burglary and breaking and entering: Lyle Wade Tiegen, re- sisting execution of process; Willie Love, robbery with ag- gravation; Martha Ruth Turner and Marvin Pedcrson, both on charges of larceny. Tho jury recommended that the non-indictable charge of as- sault and battery be filed by the county attorney against Chavez. Iowa Guard To Modify Gun Policy Due to a rash of weapons thefts from several military ar- mories recently, Iowa national guard officials have announced that the state's units must re- move all firing mechanisms from their guns and have them stored by law enforcement agencies. First Sgt. Jack Myers, garri- son sergeant of the 234th Signal I Battalion in Cedar Rapids, said Thursday that all bolts have been removed from the weapons under his control. And, he continued, these de- vices are being placed in (he custody of the Cedar Rapids police department. Myers explained that the two companies in the unit have M-ll> rifles, .45-caliber pislols and M- GO machine guns. Ammunition for the weapons will continue to be stored in sep- arate, locked areas in the armo- ry day afternoon fire at the Don Rohncr farm seven miles north of Gutlenberg resulted in tin es- timated loss. Destroyed in Hie blaze were the barn and hog house. Several hogs, sheep and horses were killed in Hie fire and a large Services: Turner chapel easlj at a time to be announced. 20 YEAliS AfiO France promised aid to Vielnam a.s French rule do-China. (f-i'dm' EsioUlisticd fn 1883 by The Gorcttl: Cn. nnei published daily and Sundav al 500 Tlllrd ovc, SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. Secnnd class poslaoo paid al Cedar Kaplds, Iowa. Suhscripllon roles bv cai Her 95 cents a. week. By mall: Nlglu Edition and Sundnv 6 Issues S3.75 a monlh, 139.00 a year: Af- lernaan [iditlaps and Sundav 7 Issues S3.85 a monin, 140.00 a year, oilier stales and U.S. Icrritorles S60.00 o year. No Mall Subscriptions accepted In orcos having Tin; Assoclnled Press Is cntllled exclusively to tnr use lor rcpublicalion of i all the local newt printed In tills news. pnpet as well as all AP news dispatches, i spillnl :assaull and ballery. assaull a.m. Thursday. Vi'nli-i I'-AHS AGO Presideni 'with inlcnl In inflict great bodily laic eas finiirs from hmnr .-it, Johnson, laking sharp issue wilh injury, injiirv lo a motor vehicle Hi.alry j.Scn. Goldwaler. said no lI.H.jaiid 'having' no license on his Magistrate's Court ipresidenl can up his Siimlins Wayne liurlcm- use of nuclear lie was held in tin- cminly jail 1'a'lii; Cilyjjweapons. tin lieu of bond. Thomas Wiicrdehiiii', I (anil1! Vnrlkcr, mild flowers for every occasion! Mnce 1909 365-0511 Mar flowers can say everything floral artistry FLORIST .Town and Country Shopping Confer t's no maltor. nnd you have OVIMV linht to nxptxt whiMi you spend your Wo holicvi! .myonn scivinij lln; public should this in MARION KPRINGVILI. CliNTtH POINT CENT HAL CITY WALKtll COGGOM and in Cccliir R.ipids The Beatty-Beurle Chapel   

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