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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Chanco of rain Tuesday night from eastern New Mexico, and the western parts of Texas across Oklahoma and Missouri into iho Tcnncsscn Valley and -parts of the south At- lantic states. Mostly -fair elsewhere. The Weather IcmiJCr.ilurc-i Monday, le ion: Dvei i till I pern Anchorage -1? .53 L Angeles 90 44 Atlanta ...74 52 Miami ....31 78 Bismarck ..7042 Min'apolis 6249 Chicago ...56 51 N. Orleans 70 63 Denver ...MM New York 61 43 Dululh ....5539 Phoenix .9472 Honolulu 92 76 ,03 Seattle- .-61 57 Houston ..72 <0 Washington 63 45 Extended Forecast Chance o[ rain Thursday through Satur- day. Lows hi the upper 40s and low 50s. Highs, 70s north to 80s in south. C. R. Weather High Monday Low overnight Noon Tuesday 65 2 p.m Precipitation Northbi'ook lane NE; "William Pierrot, 7200 Council street NE; If p'e-1 Fait, 121] Wiley boulev.'ird NW; Ronald Bingh- am, South sixth street, Marion; Ronald 805 South Fifth street, Marion; cacti fined S30 and costs. Ar- Icno Miner, Monticcllo; Larry LoveJctl, M36 Bevcr avenue SE; David Frederick, 815 Sev- enth .street South, Marion; Clif- ford Williams, Iowa City; each fined S20 and costs. Failure lo stop Duanc fin'vl eo.sts. Faulty uciuipmcnt L i n d c m a n Swishcr; Carles Long, Swishcr, two charges; Pmila TajttRart, Ellis .52 G7 None Total for September 1.02 Normal for September 3.97 Normal through September 27.12 Total for 1974 38.115 Barometer, Tailing 30.13 Humidity at noon 52% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. at 16 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 81; low, 50; rainfall, 0.98. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weulhcr III-Lci Bismarck Fair rit'vc-land Tics Moinos Di'tniil Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls .Cloudy fili-iiO Fair 71-17 .rtCidy Fair 77-51 .PtCldy (in-Ill Clear 7'1-iiO .PtClriy 7M8 .rtCldy Fair 83-45 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) I.aCrossp (12) 4.7, no change Lansinc (18) 7.7. rise .1 Dam i) (18) 12.2, no chanfip McGi-ORor C.O. rise .1 Oiillnnbci-K (IS) 3.7, fall .1 Pll'Mlqu'- (17) nn Davenport (15) 3.5, fall .3 Kcokuk (18) 2.11, fall boulevard 'NW; Frank Smith, route one, Marion; each fined and Overtime parking David Hank, 318 Center Point road NE; fined and costs. Driviiifi; without lights George David, ir., 2440 Tenth :d and Ovi-nvrifflit Oscar Anthes. Springville; fined S1S4.90 and an officer Carl- Carlson, Gordon ave- nue NW; William Kress, 710 Ninth street SW; each fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Hugh Strong, Lament; Michael Unerll. 3425 Third avenue SE; Linda McDanicI, 1G20 B avenue NW; each fined 915 and costs. -148 Tv.'cnty- Kuvenlh street, Marion; fined and costs, Vehicle: control violation Kristin Hi.uby. 2102 Eighteenth street SW; Jo Ann Hamilton. 2214 J .street SW; cnch fined Health Unit ay Bills Are Paid Linn county has changed the manner of processing expenses of Ihe county health center after receiving an attorney general's opinion that indicated there was no authority for the procedure previously in effect. Officials say that for most, if] church "'of Nazarcne Shirley A. Sturgill Clayton Craig A. (Shorty) Kamsdell, Shirley A. Stui'ijill, wife of I'Yanbrook terrace Deihert and -n died Monday. Born Aug. resident of Cedar Rapids, al Tama, he was mar- ier infant son, Craig A., to Kditii Vajnar Aug. 25 Sept. 18 in West Germany alKort Atkinson. owing childbirth was a member of SI Her father, the Rev. Catholic church, the C. Whillatch of DCS Moines Catholic Order of P'oresl- and 1BEW local 1362. lie district superintendent of a retired employe of Collint Church of the Nazarene in Co. A native of Waterloo in addition to his Sturgill lived in Cedar arc two sons, Eugene and Council Bluffs before City; and Robert, Cedar iny to West Germany with seven grandchildren and a sister, Wanita Palmer lusband who is stationed with the U.S. St. Jude's church She was a graduate of Jefferson high school in Cedar at 10 a.m. by the Rev Richard Ainenl. Burial: Ml and attended Olivet college in Kankakee, 111. cemetery. Vigil Prayei service Wednesday at p.m was a member of the the Tcahen chapel where Church of the Nazarenc in may call from 2 to S cil Wednesday. Surviving in addition to lusband are a son, Darin R. Haney ier parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Whillatch of West Des Moines; a brother, Craig Whit-latch of Des Moines; her R. Haney, 83, a lormei 3edar Rapids resident, died ir Florida Monday following i nal grandparents, Mr. and illness. J.A. Whillatch of West Sept. 7, 1891, at Dows, he Moines; and her married to Ethel K. Mall a grandparents, Mr. and Plains. He was a sale R. II. Trosen of for C r e s c e n Services will be al 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Weslover funeral home in DCS Moines, with burial at Resthavcn Co. prior to retirement Mr. Haney was a member o the Mizpah Masonic lodge am El Kahir Shrine. The family suggests are his wife, Elhc" friends may, if they wish, Foil Myers, Fla.; a son, Jac tribute io a memorial Cedar Rapids, and tw established with the Iowa nut ail, of the nearly seven years of (he center's existence, claims were approved by the center board and paid by the county auditor. An attorney general's opinion received Friday said no authori- ty could be found giving a board Enrollment At U. of I. Up 743 Students stantial increase in enrollment lor Saturday and evening classes and with slight increases in most other enrollments, the University of Iowa Monday re- ported a fall enrollment of IOWA CITY a sub- Cellar Kuplds Gagctlr: Tiirs., Sept. 24, 1971 Jury Selection Finished In Nowlin Murder Trial By Tom I'Vuchling MASON CITY A two- woman, leu-man jury was se- lected late Tuesday morning to try the case of George Nowlin, who is charged with the murder of Maureen Connolly of Cedar Hapids. innocence of their client, a ver- dict of innocence musl be rc- lurncd. Questioned Individually As was the case in the Servey murder trial, each prospective juror was questioned individu- Thc body of Miss Connolly. 17, Sally "Y defense in a sepa- 271 students in residence, up 743 was rounj ivvo miles east of'ra'c court room out of hear- from last fall, according loJAnamosa March 16, six days inK olncr prospective jury Dean of Admissions and Kec-1 after her shooting death. members as lo knowledge of grandchildren. Services: Harvey funeral memory of Mrs. Sturgill alf Forl_ Myers, with crc- her soli. The memorials may be sent to the district treasurer, D. A. Diehl, 1542 Eighteenth street, DCS Moines. Carpenter Infant Michael David Carpenter, in- fant son of Mr. and Mrs. John of supervisors power to delegatejL. Carpenter, died at birth authority for approval of health (Tuesday in a Cedar Rapids hos- center claims. The opinion was in response to a question from Ihe heallh center posed by Rep. James Wells (D-C.R.) concerning the auditor's authority with respect to budget matters and to claims approved by the health center board. As a result of the opinion the heallh ccnlcr board Mcndaj began a procedure in which Ilia board screens the claims for ap- proval by the board of super- visors before they are forward- ed lo the auditor. pital. Surviving in addition to his parents are Ihe grandparents Mrs. William Freeman, Califor nia, Ray Dove of Mississipp and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Car pcnlcr of Cedar Rapids. Private services were held in Turner chapel cast wilh a ere mation committal. The opinion declares that the and costs. improper turn Hope West, ;ialc code provides that the "nd mstiVCnUC NW; auditor "shall (not may) issue monies pursuant to the di- Iteektc.ss drivhiR' Raymond Fritz. MI7 Ellis boulevard NW; fined and costs. Iiisht-of-way violation .Terry Lmvrcncc, Seven- teenth street SE; fined nnd cost's. Mary Forsylh. First avenue NW: fined and eosis. Iowa Deaths reclion of Ihe county board of supervisors.' m Law Cedar nl C.It. (13) li.O, rise .09 Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday Births St. ijii-o' A. A. Welt, 87. 2 a! Henree fiiwii Oily Tuesdav at (Gay's, Visitation at 0 Wcdncs- [dav. Burial: Oakland cemetery. Memorial fund established. Sept. 22 Mr. nnd Clarence CopporU. Sxvisl son. Tama Mrs. Leonard Jant- zen. 37. Wednesday at at Mrs. Harrison's. Burial: Sheridan CT, a! eemelery. Decoi'ah Odin G. Nelson. of Robert Central n son: Itnudall .lacobson, 503" Kcsler road NW, a daughter; Kick Miller. Thirty-fifth street, Marion, a son; John Terry. 112-1 Sixth street NW. n son: Koherl Armstrong, (ilfi Fourth avenue SE. a son; .lei'ald Short. Hiawatha, a son; Lylr Jensen, 32! Nineteenth street SE. a daughter; Waller Sackett. Todrh-ille txpianaTion c L n Set in O.K. An explanation of lhc stale's new public employe collective bargaining law has been sche- duled Thursday night. Mayor Don Canncy said Tuesday. A meeting, open to the public, will be held from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. Thursday at Ihe Joint County school system office. The meeting will be conducted by representatives of the Iowa Slale university extension ser- vice, who have recently re- searched lhc new law. City employes have council to explain the Idinirh. White's, Independence. lnew '''11. Canncy said lhc 1SU Sept. To Ihe families! SS. Wednesday at 1 at First Lu- Ihenin church. Ktcine's. Deeorah _ Myrtle Christen, Lcdnian, 7-i. Thursday al HI :il Ho I y Trini'y Calhnlic r-hiiri'h. Ricll- Buri re'nelcry. T retevsoim's. (Continued from Page 1.) Ihcrc was even disagreement a; lo whether it was a man or a woman. The suspect reporledlj was about 30 years old, will: bleached blond hair and wear ing oval-framed sun glasses The getaway car, old and white ivas abandoned several from lhc Mechem's home. Jacket in Car Mcchem was informed of the car's location by an anonymous plpphnnp. call. Inside Ihe car ,vere Allison's blue jacket and a rate, but ils contents were not Mcchem, 41, also has two other children. Taft Broadcasting, owned by of Sen. Robert Taft (R- Ohio) operates six television stations and several radio Eta- ions. The company also owns two amusement parks. rev Si-pi. To the families of Michael Cnnvlcy, 723 Eighth avenue. Marinn. a daiiRhter; Donald SUalsky. Norway, n son. MarriflT.'! Lir.ensss Noi-a Ilailev and Donald .Ian-' Kidnaper Says Boy Didn't Have "Good Mother" RUTHERFORD, N. J. (AP) A 7-year-old boy was taken from a school playground here, ap- iviaencr, en, .loiici. in.. f parenlly by a neighbor who Independence resident. "K Pinion, nol ,l.s a a ____t......i 
                            

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