Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 20, 1974, Page 5

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September 20, 1974

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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- Friday at p.m. at Turne'i ehapcl casl. Wondhousc, Dr. Iteith W. Saturday at a.m. by Dr Wayne Shircman. Burial: Ever- Rrecn c e m c t e r y Vinton Friends may eall at Turner cast until 9 p.m. Friday. Fcrffiison, Louise urday 'at p.m. at Turnci chapel cast by a reader of First Church of Christ United. Graveside services p.m. Saturday at Homestead ceme- tery Amana. Friends may call at Turner cast until 1 p.m. Sat- urday. Teh casket -will not be opened after the service. Worcester; two sisters, Rachae Moritz and Gladys Nash, both o Muscatinc; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services: Sunday at 1 p.m. at M c I n I i r e funeral home Estella son, Newell, o Worcester. Burial: Memorial gardens. Sherwooc Helicopter Asked for Antenna Installation The cily council has been asked lo allow a helicopter lo nslall a 31-foot, microwave lower on Ilic IE building lownlown. The request by 0. F. Paul- son Const ruction Co. asks that SI. Louis Helicopter Airways, nc., be allowed lo transport Ihe owcr to the top of the building sometime hciwoen Sept. 26 and Ocl. 10. The operation would akc about an hour. A company spokesman said he lower is being creeled for R. tinder city and federal lau such operalions must be specifi- cally approved by the cily coun- (Continued from Page 1.) Reserve Board in its anti-infla- .ion efforts. HEW Cuts Hit Al another of tiie prssummi conferences, leaders of the na ion's sick and poor told the government they have sufferec nore than (heir share from in- "lalion and need more federal issisfancc. The 180 rielcgalcs agreed al Thursday's opening sessions ol two-day, economic mini-sum- nit conference that they rigidly oppose the Ford administra- tion's attempts to cut the feder- al social welfare budget. The Ford administration had called them here so they mighl point out fat in the department of Health, Education and Wel- fare budget, but Ihey urged in- stead that HEW spending be increased lo absorb spiraling prices. "Increase Revenues" ''Tight money, restrictive credit and budget cuts have produced the current recession and the high and rising rate of said the AFL- CIO's Bert Scidman. He told one session, "If there s a need lo bring federal spend- ng and revenue into closer bal- ance, the answer is not to cut Federal expenses, but lo expand federal revenues." Leaders of about 60 major na- ional organizations with a slake n the billion HEW budget ;avc examples of how inflation las already hurl Americans: Slum families moving three hues a year to avoid eviction md changing their names lo gel gas and electricity, children starving on Indian reservations, md old people eating cat food md pulling off medical care Also on Thursday, ne saiu wiii lake sev- asked the U.S. court of months. to deny a request for indefinite postponement of the cover-up trial from Ehrlichman, and the commission sticks by Ihe Icnlalive action, it will be the first lime citizen complaints other defendants, former led the commission to de House chief of staff H. R. to renew a television sta deman and former Attorney General license, the spokesman said He said it would also be the Lawyers for the three notcc that Jaworski has publicly time it has blocked renewa of an educational (elevisioi franchise. dicted it would have Nixon a year before an impartial jury could be chosen for Resident ThougJit fair trial. They said the a Neighbor standard should apply for their man who burglarized the Jaworski said Sirica should J. Zacek residence, 812 G permitted lo decide if Ihe jury chosen in his courtroom is NW, Thursday ex changed greetings as he left the with a new resident of Ihe unfalmiliar will Kirshen neighbors. Zacek reported a calculator By Iowa High at cash and a six Asst. U.S. Ally. Alan of pop taken in the breakin which happened- between shen's suspension from p.m. Thursday. ing in the U.S. district neighbor told police he northern division of Iowa, hello lo a man he saw leav- been the residence at p.m the soda. The Iowa supreme court reinstated Kirshen lo Ilic Iowa Bar Assn. Wednesday after Kirshen convinced Ihe body his suspect was described as i fed 6 to 8 inches tall, slimly milt, dark hair and in his 20's. o pay into a client funds was not willful. Kirshen, along with 51 others, had been suspended by the fo" 'o he mandatory A. Cooley, 79 Twonty- He later paid into Ihe avenue SW, has been under protcsl, saying that a master of science ic had no clients he should from Bemidji slate col- Minn. C. R. Breakin, Life Escapee, Another Two men, one of them a search of Ihe car then un- erm escapee from the a gun which later was iary, were arrested early to have been stolen in DCS day after a Linn deputy and a money bag nized their car as one listed later was found to have an Aug. (i bulletin to be on stolen in a breakin al the ookout Hut, 523 Sixteenth avenue Ronald M. Knedall, 34, earlier in the night. was serving a a life Icrm money bag rcported- jurglary with aggravation was found in the palrol car as Scott counly, and Robert suspects were removed Banficld, 40, of DCS il. were charged with breaking and entering, carrying a Name weapon, possession of reportedly gave a dif- ools and receiving slolcn name on Ihe basis of cards in his pos- A deputy recognized Ihe but his Irui' identity al First avenue and Fifth street was discovered Kasl and then radioed for assis- 1'olico discovered the Pedestrian Struck, Man Held for Murder Attempt A 65-year-old man was hospi- talised in poor condition Friday after he was struck Thursday by a pickup truck driven by a man who police have charged witli assault with intent to com- mit murder. John Kopccky, 1227 K street SW, suffered injuries to his pelvis, shoulders and arms when he was hit by the truck at Thursday while cross- ing Thirteenth avenue SW at its intersection with Second street. Kopccky was taken to Mercy hospital. Police arrested Ihe driver of Ihe truck, Dean Hartman, 26. of 966 Thirteenth street, Marion, afler witnesses said he allegedly aimed his vehicle at Kopecky. Witnesses said Hartman's truck enlcred the intersection without trying lo stop or avoid the victim. Kopecky was car- Vote TV License Ban, Citing Bias WASHINGTON (AP) The federal communications c o m- mission has voted tentatively not lo renew the license of the Alabama agency that operates the eight educational 'television stations in the stale because of a history of discrimination againsl blacks, an FCC spokes- man said Friday. The spokesman said the ac lion will be reviewed afler i written report is drafted, a ried on the truck for CO feet before falling to the curb. Harlman was detained by passers-by when his truck stalled at the scene. Police said Kopecky and Hart- man were former neighbors and had a long standing quarrel. Kopecky is a former adminis- trative assistant chief of the Cedar Rapids fire department. He retired in 1967. Hartman was being held in the county jail on bond. Court Battle Vowed over Linn Ballot Republican County Chairman Frances Palmer has vowed to go lo court to keep the name of John A. Yatcs on the Nov. 5 general election ballot as a can- didate for state representative from the 27th district. Democratic County Ally. Wil- liam Faches replied that Mrs. Palmer, by seeking to keep the name on the ballot, is unwitting- ly working to get James Wells, the Democratic incumbent, re- elected. Meanwhile, County Auditor Merle Kopel said Friday that he still intends to have the ballots printed without Yates' name on them, on the basis of Faches' written opinion. It was tha't opinion, issued Wednesday afternoon, that prompted Mrs. Palmer Thurs- day afternoon. Cites Code Faches said that if Kopel finds that Yates does not live in the district, his name should not be on the ballot, citing a section of the Iowa constitution requir- ing a candidate to be a resident of the district at east 60 days before the election. Mrs. Palmer called attention lo another section of the consti- tution which says that the house of representatives decides whether a person has met the qualifications to sit in the house. She said thai, if necessary, Republicans will seek a court injunction lo order that the au- ditor place the name on the ballot. Faches replied that he feels sure that the courts would find that Ihe power of the house applies only after (lie election. Can't Override He said that section of the constitution could not override the residency requirement in the constitution. Thus, if Yales were lo receive the majority of votes, he could not be seated. By giving the Republicans no- tice that Yates' name is being removed, they arc given their only chance to get a candidate who can qualify for the office, if elected, Faches said. A deputy in the office of Sec- retary of State Melvin Synhorst, state elections commissioner, said it appears there is no au- thority for removing Yates' name from Ihe ballot. The d e p u t y, J. Herman Schweiker, said he was Hold by he attorney 'general's office in a similar case last week that willing could be done by the secretary to change a certifi- cation made by a party, even if i candidate could not qualify 'or the office he was seeking. liciianu'd Premier ANKARA, Turkey (AP) President Fahri Konilurk reap- poinlcd Biilcnt Ecevif premier Friday and asked him to form a new govcrnmenl. Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from m o Flower 4 Seasons shop .1020 Ml. Vernon Rd. 363-586.? BROS11 CHAPEL 1'nlili, -Sm-iff" Inquire Alxml Our Pre-arrmipeil Services r Rapids Solon Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone .16.1-fl24-l Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids .198-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-599G lance when the car U'0 Pizza Hut, and the sus- look off south on Fifth slrcct. were lied in by the money He lost the car, bill aulhorities said, deputy picked il up and followed' I'olicc found Ihe rear door of I it The car slopped at Eighth av-Hie building open and Ihal enuc and First, street SE after Ihe deputy turned on lights. (Inn Fniuiil C. R. Rites for Theodore Riddle NORTH LIBERTY Theo- lorc Riddle, 92, a resident of Vorlh Liberty vicinity most of is life, died Thursday after a horl illness. He resided at the Beverly M a n o r convalescent enter in Iowa Cily the last few 'Cars. A retired farm worker, he vas born near North Liberty an. 9, 1882. Surviving is a brolher, James, rural Swishcr. Services in Ihe Brosh chapel, Cedar liapids, at Monday. Burial: Sulck cemetery near Ely. Friends may call at the chapel afler noon Sunday (ffdur The deputy arrested Iliem ton, possession of burglary tools when they were unable lo ex- plain Ilic presence of tnols, such redjcash register, a juke box and a vending machine. The I wo were held in the county jail in lieu of Turn that unused piano into a hike, car, or whatevtr you waul onci published dolly nnd Sunday ot 500 Third nvc. SE, CMnr Ronld.. In D05laoc pold ol SuMcriptlon hv rnrrler 95 rent! a wrck. Bv moll.- Night Edition and Sunday' A Issues S3.75 n month, J39.00 n veor AN lernoon Cdlllons and Sunday Hsue, SJ.Bi o ninntn, JJO.OO a vcar. Other stales ond U.S. It rrllorles 160.00 n Na Ma" Subscnotlons occcoljd In Oreo! hnvlno Gaioltc carrier lervlce. The Associated Press Is enlltled e-ic uslvoly a Ihe me lor rcmihllcollon or all Ihe local news printed In this news. paper as well ot ol] AP news dispatches. 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