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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Rain is expected Friday night from Now Mexico and Texas across the lower Mississip- pi valley northeastward to the North Atlantic coast. Mostly fair elsewhere. The Weather Hint] Temperatures Thursday, low lem- ppratyrcs overnight inches cf pre- L, Angeles 76 6 Atlanta ___6264 Miami ___8776.02 Bismarck ..6637 Min'apolis 6640 Chicago ..84 59 N Orleans 87 67 Denver ....6943 New York 79 67 Dululh ....61 39 .01 Phoenix 91 77 .02 Honolulu ..B772 Sealtlc ....8059 Houston ...89 74 Washington 72 6B Extended forecast Mostly fair Sunday through Tuesday. Highs in the mid 60s to mid 70s Sunday and Tuesday, and in 70s to low 80s on Monday. Lows in the mid 40s lo lower 50s. C. R. Weather High Thursday ...............Ol Low overnight...............5' Noon Friday .................61 1 p.m. Friday ................GO Precipitation .............Trace Total for September ........1.02 Normal for September .....3.9' Normal through Sept......27.12 Total for 1974 .............38.85 Humidity at noon ..........83% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. calm. Sun rises Saturday. sun sets, Year Ago Today High, fi5: low, 51; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Ili-Lo Bismarck ........Clear (52-37 Chicago...........Fair (13-41 Cincinnati .........Fair 71-48 Cleveland ..........Fair B4-44 DCS Moincs ....PtCldy 63-39 Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls Mississippi Stages (Flood brackets) LaCrossc (12) 4.7, fall .1 Lansins (18) fall .1 Dam (Ifi) 12.3, fall .4 McGregor (18) C.3, fall .3 GuUcnbcrg (15) 14.0, fall Dubuquc (17) no change Davcnporl (IS) 4.5, rise .2 Keokuk (16) 3.6, rise .4 Cedar at C.K. (13) 3.3J, fall Coralville Lake Pool level Friday ......683.87 Births St. Luire's .Fair 64-40 .Fair 68-44 ......Fair ..PtCldy 63-42 ..PlCldy 57-35 ....PtCldy (ifl-38 ...Fair 72-48 ..PtCldy 82-61 Kctchum, Mt. Vcrnon; I David Neustcl, Central City Michael Smith, Ely; DonniL Madclox, 301 Twenty-cighll street drive SE; Thomas Far- roll, 804 Eighteenth avenu SW; Jon.Novak, 2017 Mallor street SW; Michael Bideaux Tower Terrace trailer court Marion; Merle Fishel, Nortl Tenth sli-eel, Marion; Mark Ro- be r t s o n Martellc; David Mayncs, Iowa City; Bill Elliott Elma; John McGaffiu, 700 Thirly-fiflb .street. Marion Dale Hemphill, 1014 B avcnui NE; Lorcn Capron, route three. Cedar Rapids; each fined and costs. Don Berk, Charles, Caro Clara M a r r o w 148 Twcnty-fIflh street drive SE; Virgil Peters Lisbon; Richard Burger, 401 Twenty-eighth s I r e e t NW Richard Smith. 1712 Twentieth sired NW; Kevin Johnston Fairfax; Walter Casbatt. Lis- bon; Larry Solcm, 325 Carter street NW; Scott Fudor, 316 Fourth street NW; Gcrol Good- love; Palo: Marvin Barnctt, Lisbon; John Denson, Home- stead; Edward Sheban, Syca- more, III.: Dennis Zaruba, Spr- ilVRville; Dorothy Bcckcs, Atkins; .Kim S n e 11. 550G Sharon lane NW; Wendy Lucltc. 3103 Huxley lane SW; each fined and costs. Failure (o slop _ Joseph Woods, Center Point; fined S40 and costs; Plate violation Dan-ell Vofit, Shcllsburg; fined S20 and costs. Overload William Ford, Mt. Vcrnon; fined and costs Vehicle control violation Mark Kinkead, Whilticr; fined and costs. Craig Arnold, Ml. Vcrnon; Dennis Fabor, Belle Plnine; Gertrude Vekihouse, Thirty-seventh street NE; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation Honald McKicrnan. Bernard fined and cosls. Mark Stnlkflcot, 516 Sixth avei SE; fined and costs. Attempt to elude police Steven Moneypenny, 5115 Kessler road SW; fined and costs. Traffic sisnal violation foscpb Conner, Bertram; fincc Sept. 1S Mr. and Mrs Failure to signal Velma James Basconl, Ames, a son. Sept. II) Mr. and Mrs, Charles Gordon, ]12 Seventh avenue SW, a son. Births Mercy Sept. 10 To the families ot James Arens, Belle Plaine, a daughter; Itobert litiltcrficld 201 Heel Fox road SE, a daugh- ter; Il.vron Kimnm, 1170 Fifth street, Marion, a son. Marriage Licenses Lois Trcka and Joseph Jasie- wicz, Laurie Graham and Rob- ert Bnimlcy, Valeric Brown and Gary Nelson, iill of Cedar Rapids. Judy Sedlacck, Fairfax, and Billy Folkers, jr., Cedar Rapids. Jean Kemmcrcr, Cedar Rapids, Jeffrey Rccbkcmmcr, Oehvcin. Deborah Weber, Me- chaniscville, Kerry Cedar Rapids. Marriages Dissolved Karl Frank, jr., and Charito Miller. Dcbra Lea and Samuel M. Smothers. Karen K. and Dean N. Sutliff. Richard LcRoy and Madonna J. Kohl. Jim and Jeanne P.igsb.v. Karolyn M. and Leo Eldcn Deck. Cynthia L. and Richard A. Daubenmier. Ruth E. and Ernest L. llagerman. Frances and Lelnnd Cooper. Fires p.m. Thursday. Flush gasoline in front ot 204 Second street SE. p.m. Thursday. Poss- ible ciffarcl to mattress at 402 Fourteenth street. SE. a.m. Friday. Fire in mailbox. rau.ir under rhnrch. tio.i at Ninth slreel. and ML Oliwl- Visilalion tielh avenue SW. lin.'.ary a! II Friday at nakke-IIanson's, SwislHT Frank Smci- kal. (HI. Monday al 2. Iirnsh and cost.-. Glenn Elattncr 861 Fourth avenue SE; fincc and costs. One-way street violation Ipangene Cox, 1857 Eighth street NW; lined and costs. Meter violation Helena Lubbock, 912 Eighteenth strcel NW; fined and cosls. Morrisscy, Monticcllo; fined and costs. Disobey school stop Edith Macbal, 1412 Fifth ave- nue, Marion; fined and costs. Following: too close Robert '.iiiltert, Quilley, 111.; fined and cosls. Iowa Deaths iMontieello Marie Egcland, 06. Saturday at at St. Olaf Lutheran church, West Union. Burial: West Union cemetery. Burnham and Woods'. Cheer Elmer A. Smith, 84. Saturday at 2 at Hat-den's. Burial: Sixteen cctn- -Icry. Oxford Jmiclinn Rudolnh J. Lal.irc, 70, of Profser. Wash., formerly of Oxford Junction. lervices Mayflower al Dccorah _ Mrs. Ollie Miller, 81. Monday at at Garland I li- teral home, Oskaloosa. Burial: Cole Creek cemetery. Prayer Salurday al 7 at Olsnn- Decorah. Waukon John 01. Salurday al 111 al SI (Continued from Page 1.) preliminary Hull' man said. "In my judgment, I don'l foresee confinement in any ol these instances. The whole pur pose is lo work out the allerna live service. That's what our goal is. There would only be confinement or arrest if they failed lo carry out the allerna live he said. Nothing 'Menial' "There will be nothing de- grading or menial about Ihe al- ternate service Jobs. They wil' most likely be hospital or nurs- ing home jobs, related to per- sonal service. "They'll probably be greater contribution to society than most jobs." Hultman said his office has not yet received any inquiries from draft evaders or deserters. "I Ihink we will receive more inquiries from persons not mown to the system al all, than 'rom those who are known to .he system. That is, more inqui- ries from persons who never registered for the draft and we liavc no record- of, than from ac- .ual he said. 24 Cases Hultman's office currently has 24 active cases of draft evaders or deserters in its files. Information will be sent to these people at their most recent address explaining the program, what their rights arc, and who will actually be negotiating with .hem. "The fact Ihat not loo much las happened so far is nol a surprise lo me. This program is open until Ihe end of January. There are a lot of considerations to be made by the individuals involved. "They will want to know as much as possible about what their status will be before decid- ing what to said Hultman. Obituaries Joseph A. Housor Joseph A. (17, nf 210 Hawthorne drive SW, died Fri- day afler a short illness. He was horn in Walford, Jan. 12, 1U87. A retired employe of Penick and Ford, Lid., he was a mem- ber of SI. Ludmila's Catholic church. Surviving are four daughters: Mrs. Vcrnon Less, Marengo; Mrs. Clarence Lunacck and Mrs. Ralph Murray, both of Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Don Wells, Arvada, Colo.; four sons: Ed- ward llouscr, Anamosa; Jlalph and Donald llouscr, Cedar Rapids; Virgil Robert Houser, El Cajon, Calif.; 3.'i grandchil- dren; 18 great-grandchildren; Iwo sisters: Mrs. Frank A. Kula, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Albert 1. Kula, Prairicburg; two broth- ers: Frank and Ben Houser, both of Cedar Rapids. Services: a.m. Monday in the St. Ludmila's Catholic church by the Rev. Robert W. ;izck. Burial: St. Joseph's cem- elery, Prairieburg. Rosary: Sunday p.m. in the Janeba-
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