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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 WATIONM WI MHU StSVICl lOSKAtt ic. TAK (St »    *4  30.00 30.J4  Obituaries  Thp (’friar Kapids Gazette: Tups., Sept. 24, 1974  Shirley A. Sturgill    Clayton    Ramsdell  Craig A. Sturgill    Clayton    L.    (Shorty) Ramsdell,  Shirley A. Sturgill, 27, wife of 1 65, of 3205 Franbrook terrace  Enrollment AfU. of I. Up J ur Y Selection Finished  743 Students In Nowlin Murder Trial  6AN FW AHCHOO  J965?0WJSn i AI  I*  LOS ANSIll  297/  town? TfMMftATUftiS  Delbert Sturgill and -a former resident of Cedar Rapids, and her infant son, Craig A., died Sept. 18 in West Germany following childbirth complications.  Her father, the Rev. Forrest E. Whitlatch of Des Moines is district superintendent of the  supe!intended ui  lI,c , was a rP tired employe of Collins,  Church of the Nazarene in Iowa. Radio Co.  A native of Waterloo Mrs.i Surviving in addition to his| ords  w. A. Cox. Sturgill lived in Cedar Rapids wife are two sons, Eugene,  innocence of their client, a verdict of innocence must be returned.  Questioned Individually  As was the case in the Servey  JS a member of .St.|iV n Z'"‘=,”"T jZn'Z/riof Maureen' Connolly of Cedar harder trial, each prospective Catholic church, the  L “ y , u "T, ^ ^ Rapids    Juror was questioned individu-  ported a fall enrollment of 21,-  Tbe (d M j ss  Connolly 17.  ab y by the defense in a sepa-  271 students in residence, up 743  was  found two miles east of  rate court room  ~  out  °f  bear ' from last fall, according toiAnamosa March 16, six days! of other prospective jury Dean of Admissions and Rec- after her shooting death.    members - as to knowledge of  Nearly 40 Cerro Gordo county the case, citizens were interviewed in the! Both trials were transferred  IOWA CITY - With a sub-1 “M 01 "  Pru ,f b l!" s   NW, died Monday. Rom Auk. stantial increase in enrollment    .  to mon * rr *     1 (ru 11    11  woman, ten-man jury was se-  19, 1909, at Tama, he    was    mar-     ior  saturday    and evening j lected late Tuesday morning to  ried to Edith Vajnar    Aug.    25,    classes and with    slight increases!try the case of George Nowlin,  1931, at Fort Atkinson.     in most olhcr     enroIlmcnLs, the I who is charged with the murder  He was  Jude’s  Men’s Catholic Order of Foresters, and 1REW local 1362. He   Cox  “ d lhe SatUr,lay  ^Iday and a half jury election| oul  °f  lde  counties in which the and Council Bluffs before mow, Kansas Cly . and Hob rt C da ,    ,    ,    217    mw     css    sjx    prospective    jurors     alleged    crimes took place be  ing lo West Germany with her ,£ VlZPalm™fc I!  Wcre  “«*•  f ° r hayi "* “T 7 *?“• "«> 5  '» husband who is stationed there  T .. m ,.    ’(program    that    to    a large extent k now ] 0( jgc of the case    pre-trial    media coverage which   ,dmd ^    enrolls    women    and older per-    ®,_____ .    .  with the U.S. army.  9f  UTI WI ATH?ft rotoc AST w  Chanco of rain Tuesday night from eastern New Mexico, and the western parts of Texas across Oklahoma and Missouri into the Tennessee Valley and parts of the south Atlantic states. Mostly fair elsewhere.  Nowlin in Story county. That J° ne s counties.  was   rl ,  oc .    ....    ..    .    ..     4      per ,    The    makeup    of    the    jury    con- wa s believed to rule out impar-  »    .    e    i re i Services. St. Jude s church isons who cire unable to ultcnd *    .    *u A    nnn     |L 0 *    ti] juries in both I inn and  She was a graduate of Jeffer-  Thur!day at a m  by the Rev :classes during week days.     !,rasts    w,,h ,he ont ,hat lrled J   son high school in Cedar Rapids  Richard Amcnt Burja |.  Mt     . ra ,. llate     „ 0 n„ s „  thl ,  and attended Olivet Nazarene Calvarv eemeterv Vieil Braver u h rd(,u<ilc gc     _    ------------------  college in Kankakee, III. Shcl^^Sy a    T ’T 'TS J?"! “stCo2\  was a member of the FirstL  th ,  Tcahen   y . hapel w ' hcrc  *| ed  ™ i, u rdavIntl e^nlM S!  V m     K’sT^    ^Se  Church of the Nazarene in Court-  friends may caU fr0 m  2  to 9' .?     y    dnd    evening     Servey,    |lys deatn. (Another prospective  cil Bluffs.     Dm  vVednesdav    ( asses.    Juror Excused  Surviving in addition to her s  ’    --—    , in    the  hcaUh science areas Another prospective juror was    .    ,    .  , ,    .  h     r,    /m    -    -    where    soecial    efforts    have    been     „,i    u,,    u.,i„~,i    of drunk driving (second of-  ihusband are a son, Darin Clay;  her parents, the Rev. and Mrs.  A. Whitlatch of West Des  panel member was dismissed   __* n    tbe     health    science areas Another prospective juror was j  b *; cau * se  bo had been convicted  where special efforts have been  excuSPd  bv Judce John Hvland  of dru ^ k dnvm B (second of-James R. Haney Lade to increase the number of  Tucsda morn i„g  for  attempting I  fe " sel v a tel( “7 " h ' ch aut ° ma “-James R. Haney, 83, a former graduates, enrollment this fall  l0 obtain  information about the  ca,,y  ^^qualified him for jury  The Weather  Health Unit    Rapids    resident,    died    in,ros<in.every college with  -I    ...    !    latch    of Des Moines; her pater- M «" da y  followln e  3     ind^ai^iP 1 ^'  \A/f^X/ n2d  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.>bort iHness.    g .    Ihis  V^liaiiycb way  IA whitlatch of West Des : Born Sept. 7,  case from a courthouse cm-  duty. His dismissal was, howev-  High temperatures Monday. lew tem-j »    c. u  perfllui'es overnigt’f and inches of pre- 1  JOSOpiunl*    rail,  fipifation:  Anchorage 49 45 .53 L. Angeles 90 i6 Atlanta 74 52 Miami 84 78 Bismarck . 78 42 Min'apolis 62 49 Chicago . 56 51 N. Orleans 78 63 Denver MMM New York 61 43 Duluth . 55 39 Phoenix 96 72 Honolulu 92 76 .03 Seattle 81 57 Houston 72 to Washington 63 45  Extended Forecast — Chance I    ,    _ 1C    0   -    .    i    Cr    *    SE: David Frederick. 815 Sev-  of rain Thursday through Satur-| cnth street South Marion .  clif _  day. Lows in the upper 40s and ford Williams, Iowa City; each  cr, challenged by the defense.)    was in violation of the    Common Thread  189I, at Dows, he     for     5 air ? s    of 29 ’ I judge’s admonition that pro-  Annthpr rommon  thread run-  \ T or th brook lane NE; William!  n  • I I A    Pi    •    'l    I    '"T„,T    hor    "m" a t«rnai    i was married    to Ethel K Mall at     19 30(1 21  respectively, over    197J.  SDectivc    lurors not discuss the      Anoiner  common    tnreaa run  Pierri't, 72U0 Council street NK;j QI I IC Aff* Pal    ‘     nd    dor  maten’d 1 . was marrRd to fctntl K. Mall al    es    lease    ning    through    questioning    by    de-  UIMo It? I Cl I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Belle flame. He was a sales.    «-,, roc     ;J    J    j    ,    .    fense    attorneys was the view-  ti. It. Trosen of Burlington. representative for Cre scen t " d  ast fall s t!» n, Judge Ryland, obviously upset  (ha ,  the  .., cstimon is nol going  ^rvippe    Uflli    hp    at    I    nm    Electric Co.    prior to retirement,    parentheses, are. Liberal    arts,, a t the    transgression,    opened    .  b     :    „     F h  :   p  ,    iMr Hanev    was a memfwr of    *11,670 (11,517); business admini-(court Tuesday by again    remind-     w j tb c b  j j  d r e n    was  35^  whether the “violent nature of the alleged crime” would sway feelings against the defendant. None said it would.  One of Nowlin’s attorneys also  211 Wiley boulevard NW; Ronald Bingham, 905 South sixth street, (Marion; Ronald Krut/.er. 805 South Fifth street, Marion; each fined $30 and costs. Arlene Miner, Monticello; Larry 1436 Bever avenue   ...............              fall’s    tigures    in  Linn county has changed the  manner of processing expenses    wlctn Vf >r hi Mr. Haney was a member    ...    .    - ^  of the county health center after j  ncra l home in Des Moines with  the Miz P ah Masonic lod S e  and j^ation^ 9!7 (K3) ;  engineering,  ing the  panel members of his  „  ncra *  nome ,n 1Jes Ivl0incs ’ w,in  Fi Kahir Shrine     472 (3 "); graduate, 5,181 (4,-; a ae  rule  receiving an attorney general’s burial at Resthaven cemetery. *amr an™.     8U))     .    .     m    (60Q|      s     ,Li    u n  coin <*•„  riAt   lion that indicated thorn wag The familv suL’cests that Surviving are his wife, Ethel,    ’    .    ;    ..    ^bis    case,    he said, is not  non that indicated there was The family .suggests .ha    *    The graduate school enroll-| going  „  be  tried in the halls, on  "I "L  hC P,0CCdUre  : tribute r’,*'    SjM.,    Cedar    Rapids,    and    two    ™    X    “ WS -  ing in departments of liberal  |)aper ,  or acr0 , s  , he  backyard ..  m  , auumeys aisu  arts. 283 in business adminkrtra- ifences of Cerro Gordo county     1 askcd  T"* 1  P r0S P pctlv , e  J u f or , s   ..    iiences    or    uerro    uorao    coumy.    Ijf they had any particular feel-  878 in engineering, j  “Not a Game”  “This is not a game,’'  TI' L A f    77    TaUU.V    I    4J    ll    I    PITH    II    i      ll    111    V     J     VV-*    O    v.    A    lOlvilLv    t    ...    v,III  UiJ\ Monday^.... ......' Lindeman, Swisher; Carles;  c l a i ms  were ar Droved bv the !sent to  ^e district treasurer,  viCes  will be held at Chapel of ^ - n   Low overnight ....... •.....52jLong, Swisher, two charges;!    DA    Diehl 1542 Eighteenth Memories in Cedar Rapids at a :r- j  Noon Tuesday ............... 65: Paula Taggart, 1537% Ellis center board and paid by the _ .  DPS  Moines    later date, with inurnment in  Thia    ____em hnnlpvarri XVJ Frank Smith _____...    Sired,    UeS    Moines.    I _    *      I    IHS  ings concerning alcohol or guns he old  w j 1 j c j 1 m ight prejudice them in the case.  Again, no one answered in the affirmative.  opinion that indicated there was no  low 50s. Highs. 70s north to 80s I fined $20 and costs.    j    previously    rn    effect.    being    established    with the iowa'grandchildren  in south.    ur Fai,ure  T   10 gt ?- p  J“.Q? ua SS Officials say that for most, if| Church 0 f the Nazarene in Services: Harvey funeral,,    .  dpnt j s trv  C R Weather ISST’    ! n0t    aU '    ° f    ,he nearly sewn mt ™ry of Mrs. Sturgill and home at Fort Myers, with cre-l^l  Faulty cquipmpnt _ Jerry years of the center’s existence,    her son. The memorials may     be ! rna _ 10r V 1 j )     ^chapel ( of ^ m . in medicine -     125    in  nursing, (those    in the courtroom. “It    is  ^  m  pharmacy,    and    334 unclas-jnot a    television drama. This    is  a serious matter.”  - " ">  itat . ...............L"P* e ™. Mar ; Jre«l h dh d " ty aUdi '° r - ,    .    ^    “    "«*    >'    “h    "rT     a " d "Cox     lawyers hin ' cd , , thal   Precipitation  None,  $J0 and cost;     An attorney general’s opinion Carpenter Infant ’ e  f  um  Arrangements by Cedar  reported adding that the rate of  ^ on      gm    e ‘    their    client    again may not take  Total foi September  ....... -    overtime    parkinf    —    David    received    Friday    said    no    authors     vr     .    .     n    rarnAntpr    in      Memor,al     funeral    home.    enrollment by women showed a:    ,\ft er a  f u ii  dav 0 f auestionine L ,  Sta  •”  hls own deferisc   Normal for September .....3.97    Bauk, 318 Center Point roadL    .    .    .    Michael    David    Carpenter,    in-    -- izreater inermse thin thit nf . a lull day oi luesti n defense wttnesses were present-  formal through September 27.12 NE: fined $10 and costs.    could    be    found giving a boaid  fant son of Mr .  and  Mrs. John  M Dona)d M>  Kelley men 8 6 Lce^c tmL cd w. h  m ° rc tha "  20 pr0Sp ^ tIV f I™’ cd in the Servey trial  Total for 1974     38.85    Driving    without    lights    _    of    supervisors    power    to    delegate     L .    Carpenter,    died at birth    .    *     !  0  3^     P  arp  r4Si or# * -WM reiysaed at 5:40 Due to the seriousness of the  “t'2 .........5«' 3     —    '™" d 1  “ ,3 [  f0r aPPr0Val  ° f health  lur y in 3 Cedar RaP ‘ dS h0S ' Th“rd «tr«t e NE .^w“ veferans enrolled.  Wind direction and velocity    atC’overw-elxht _ Oscar Anthcs.| CC The r  opinion was in response    Surviving in addition to    ^     3   $154.90 and.    ..    parents    are    the    grandparents,    ,,    not included in tho hpaHmunt I ■ . ,,,  in : , c  ,  iU  m  called as prospective jurors for  to a question from the health.^  william Frp J^ nn Ffl1ifnr . years, died Monday.    L    I.IIL  Q  neaticouni  tna l, followed closely the pro-  the tria]   ,    ,    , ,    .    17UC    IU lite act trusties;* ui  p m. Monday by Judge Hyland  chargcs agajnst Nowljn>   50  2 p.m. SSW at 16 mph. Sun rises Wednesday,  6:57;  Springville; costs.  Resisting an officer  fined  in n niHJcimrt    trnm inn    noairn    r    '  .    .    _     T     ...... William    Freeman, Califor  sun sets. 6:59.    Resisting    an    officer    —    Carl-{center posed    by Rep.    James     ni    Ray    of     Mississippi,,     t  . „    . oo ,noc  Year Ago Today - High, 81; Jon    Jordon    .ave-  Wens  (D-C.R.) concerning the  and Mr . and Mrs. John R.    ^     Jun ^     19 “'  low, 56; rainfall, 0.98. .    i    Ninth    street    SW;    each    fined    $25 auditor’s authority with respect penter of Cedar Rapids.    l K «ii*v    rn    Waterloo    Mrs Kollrv  to budget matters and to claims Private services were held in' Kell * y at Waterl0 °  Mrs -  Kellcy   She was born Oct. I, 1904, at  1(1  port of enrollment, Cox said, jurgeon, Ind. On June 28, 19 he was married to Donald M.l  had been a saleswoman for the  —Gas—  (Continued from Page I.)  Weather  Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati .. Cleveland ... Des Moines . Detroit .. Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee . Mpls.-St. Paul  Omaha......  St. Louis ... Sioux Falls .  and costs  Hug^i  f srrong KI Lamom*; al Mi!chaTl I approved bv the health center ^ ur , n ^ l h ^!„ C ^ St Wlth 3 CrC ';Avon Cosmetics Co. for manyjtion off the coast of southern  motion committal.  ceedings in August in Story county when Nowlin faced charges for the death in Linn county of Michael Servey, 18, of Cedar Rapids.  The jury then found Nowlin  Traveler’s Forecast  Wednesday    _    __  Ili-Lo I Unertl. 3425~ Third avenue SE;! board Fair 82-48'Linda McDaniel, 1620 B avenue!  A    u     . ..     4U   Ptcid.t 69-49  NW ; each fined $15 and co ’     a    r( 'SUlt of the opinion the    K    _ I tsiirvivinfT  Cloudy 75-53 Dannv Cornwell, 448 Twenty- health center board Monday *    surviving  Cloudy 66-50 seventh street, Marion; fined I began a procedure in which that    (Continued from Page I.)  Mrs -  Jerr y  R,tter * I>ongmont, non, vice-president of Western verdict against Atwell Conner of   fa J r    and    costs ‘    hoard    screens ihe claims for an-    - Colo.; a son. Richard E.. Cedar Oil and Gas Assn.    Bertram for the death of Miss  p cfdv    control ^.violation    | proval    by thc board of     | there was even disagreement as Rapids: nine grandchildren; a     0     Cwtrols    Connolly.)  o,n« —j    *    to    whether    it    was    a    man    or    a|brother, Victor Shepard, On-  —Kidnaping—  (Continued from Page I.)  'years. She was a member of the California is “absolutely essen- guilty of first-degree murder. (A Central Church of Christ.    Cal to the success of Project In-Jones county jury earlier re-  dependence,” said Edfred Shan- turned  are a daughter. Ritter, Longmont,  a first-degree  Council Airs Lease In Building Exchange  Cedar Rapids city councilmen suggested Tuesday a lease be drawn regarding the Buchanan  50  Fair 77-51 PtCldy 69-48j Clear 74-50j PtCldy 79-481 PtCldy 76-50, .. Fair 83-45 1   Vehicle control violation —  Kristie Higby, 2102 Eighteenth, .    ®     #     ,,    -  street SW; JoAnn Hamilton.i v,sors  before they arc forward-  Mlssissippi Staqes  (Flood stages in brackets)  2214 J street SW; each fined cd to the auditor.  $30 and costs.  improper turn    Hope West. state code provides that the .  arni '„st a . vt ' nu °     : ,incd  * 30  county auditor "shall (not mayl^ 8   Reckless driving  woman. The suspect reportedlyjtario, Calif., and two sisters* was  The executives also advocated   T r , ______„__i fined $25 and costs.  I ,aC i osso (12) 4.f, no cn<ingc p: ff ui ..r ...„  v     •  Lansing (18) 7.7. risn .1    R'sht-of-w.y    violation  Lines of Questioning  not .    ,    ,     a     ...    woo about 30 years old, withers. Wesley Johnstone, Seattle.  ,iftin g government price con-i  Ihe  prosecution l av ^ vers -  it* o^TnrnvH^ that hr  bIpached b,ond hair and wear ' and Mrs. Grace Monseur, Holly-  tro,s on natural  gas as a stimu-  done ^  County  'Attorney David ate rode nmvtdes that the  ova ,. framed sun  glasses, wood.    I    us    to    development    of new re-! Rend fy  and     Asst  .h !a71 The getaway car, old and white.; Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday  S€rveS -‘jjd of  was aband “ ed  “ wral mUw ! at  Bcatty-Bcurlo chapel by the “T   1  ’    *    from the Meehem s home.    Rov    Pnnnnv F Niehnlc Rnrial*  murder (school  and  Ambroz recreation center buildings, so the properties can be used by the city and school district pending a final sale or exchange of land.  The city wants the Buchanan school for use as a headquarters Atty. I for recreation activities now con-General Joe Beck, asked pro- ducted at the Ambroz and Riv-  . issue monies pursuant to the di-j" ,v  y '■***»  w m ”?    ^■ * W, T'  a 'i" ‘."T'Tw “Thn law nf cnnniu ana spective jurors if they wouldjerside centers. The school dis-  Fritz, 1417 Ellis boulev^i'NW:Irection of the county board of ~    Rev    nSS    BuriaL|mand must be allowed to «nd it impossible to find Nowlin trict has expressed a desire to  supervisors.  Dam 9(18) 12.2, no change McGregor (IP) 6.6. rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 3.7, fall .1 Dubuque (17) 6.9, no change Davenport (15) 3.5. fall .3 Keokuk (16) 2.0, fall .9  Jerry Lawrence, 512 Seventeenth street SE; fined $30 and costs. Mary Forsyth, 1208 First! avenue NW; fined $15 and  costs.  Iowa Deaths  Cedar at C R. (13) 3.9, rise .09  Coralville Lake  Pool level Tuesday  Births — St.  Bargain Law Explanation  Set in C. R.  Jacket in Car  Mechem was informed of the car’s location by an anonymous telephone call. Inside the car  which de- use the Ambroz center.  Linwood cemetery. Friends ">^i^' e  #f  a ^‘^ rk  a « s  "j“ H mantis a'life imprisonment sen-! Because of some difficulties calf at the chape). _    SlaiT^mTSSi.  Nowlin's two court-appointed transfer of the property from  Thomas J. Nutt  Thomas J. Nutt. 67. a resident  I terms of profits and id “Til  late development of all our do  mestic energy resources.”  lawyers from Iowa City, who also defended him in the first  note! bl'lTsmtofte    of    Cedar”    Rapids    before‘moving     0bi “'‘    Stat,    "once    again    stressed    that    so    ti*    property    could    be    used  one governmental unit to the other, the lease was suggested  e s  and Mrs  Swisher,  Sept. 22 — Mr Clarence Coppork,  son.  Sept. 23 — To the families of Robert Young, Central City, a son; Randall Jarobson, 5037 Kesler road NW,  Rick Miller. 700 Thirty-fifth street. Marion, a son: John Perry. 1124 Sixth street NW. a son; Robert Armstrong, 616 Fourth avenue SF. a son: Jerald Short, Hiawatha, a son; Lyle Jensen, 321 Nineteenth street SF!, a daughter: Walter Saekett, Toddville, a daughter.  Leonard Jam-1 bargaining law ' day at 1:30 atl du!ed Thursday  «horiHoni’““'' u  iiiuiouB. night. Mayor.  Don Canney said Tucsday. (stations and several radio eta-  Birfhs  Sept. 23 of Michael Crowley, 725 Eighth avenue. Marion, a daughter; Donald Skalsky. Norway, a son.  Iowa Citv — A. A. Welt. 87.  Tuesday at 2 at George L.  I Gay’s. Visitation at 9 Wednes-dav. Burial: Oakland cemetery.  683.53 j Memorial fund established.  Tama — Mn zen, 37. Wcdnt Harrison’s. Burial: cemetery.  Decorah — Odin G 55. Wednesday at I at First Lu- will be held from 7 p.m. until  L'corah'-!- Myrt'^Christen, ‘ pm  Thursday at Ihe  daughter;) 88 Steine’s.  Kalona —wSHHBHHHpHHSBSSBHHQPH  74. thursday at IO at Holy by representatives of the Iowa  Trinifv Catholic church, Rich-; C . .    •    ..    .  land Burial:    Holy Trinity     Sta,e     university extension    ser-  remeter.v. Prayer service 7:30    vice,    who have recently    re-  Wodnesd-’.v at Peterseim’s. searched the new law.  R o w lev — Mrs. Beryle (Mildred) Hookins. 64. Thursday at 2 at Rowlov Methodist church. White’s, Independence.  I n d e p r n deuce — Laura    meeting was  Maeder, 88. Joliet. 111., a former Independence resident. Wed-no^d iN at 2 at White’s.  to Leon last month, died there  cd , lo th  a   sl ^ gcs,lor 7    the state’s case may rest on cir-J this fall and winter even if a  also has two Monday.    gW^ econSc nceS t -mstantial evidence    I    formal, permanent agreement is  Mr. Nutt was employed by f.  g . , .    mcenuves to They also cautioned the panel (not reached.  II r*Huu.«.,.u„ ut Ute S.cm-    .     d    b     Paramount Pharmacy in Cedar ^ oil industry whose profits  tm , mbers that if  _  at thp  ^ while discussing the transfer,  public employe collective    Sen    Robert Taft IR- Rapids as a pharmacist. He is ‘ ***" " d ‘ C , U !? US .L  d  d ielusion of thc presentation of ev- the councilmen heard protests  has been sehe-1 elatives of&m     survjved by his wjfe , Kllen    J*?’/.    J?.  n  Da 2 d  idenee - there remains ‘Tea- from recreation commission  revealed. Mechem. 41,  An explanation of the state’s  l0 ^ ber  children. new  , a    ,    ,I ■    ...    (Stewart-Duerr funeral home in  Nelson,! A meeting, open to the public.I Ilons<      T   IO The company also owns two L^on.  Joint amusement parks.  County school system office, i  E. Codman, The meeting will be conducted  Kidnaper Says Boy Didn't Have "Good Mother"  Services will be Thursday at p! dl j“, cl  ° f ,he (,eore ' a Powcr  sonablc doubt” as to the guilt or spokesmen who oppose moving  n u .t it t l. • I-  (the    commission    offices to Bu-  menta^Polir! CemtMn^Wash- 1  Stolen Car Crashes,    “ho® 1     from their pres-   --,    i    vvasn     T u ent  location in city hall.  . .    .    I    r •    ington    opposed    any “energy and    Three    YOUTHS    hurt)    _____  Memorial cervices mineral developments which are  Brian Sheen. 15, of 3844 Vine  Rezab. Gillette — Graveside planned for the oceans without  av enue SE. was in good condi services at    aBmetery^ at  firsf assuring the f . urviva i  0 f our tion at St. Luke’s hospital Tues-  Rfduced Use  — Mercv  To the familic  Mr  L'rens^s  nd Donald Jan-r Rapids.  Independence  Davis, 23. sun of Agnes Ward Davi at 11 at White’s. Guttenberg  vitter, 16. Wedne; Tuecke-Allenstein  - Al bort odrach and Wednesday  City employes have petitioned the city council to explain the new bill. Canney said the ISI!  planned in Vance of the petition, not as a response to it.  He added thai the information available at the Thursday meei-  Hanna,  RUTHERFORD, N. J. (AF) —(Kenwood  1:30 p m.   .....—j ^ *—i»- u  Rev. Sylvan Lange. Friends fisheries, may call at Turner west until noon Wednesday.  Arthur Willis — Kenneth Dupuy, regional ad-Park Presbyterian j  m jnistrator for the Federal En-  Administration which is  Miller, 16, of 2240 Grande ave-  A 7-year-old boy was taken from church at 3 p.m. Wednesday , ergy    ad .  a  ^hoo\ playground here, ap-    ^ial: CcdaTMemori- coordinating the hearings, said  parently by a neighbor who| a , Friends may call at Turner Americans must reduce their    " ]g    22Q7   —Nixon—  (Continued from Page I.)  day with injuries suffered in ‘*| serv j ce  entrance through which Monday night crash of a car  bc j Nixon entered the hospital. is accused of stealing.    Nixon’s    entrance    was    marred  Also in jut ed were passengers L  ont > incident. NBO camera-in the car driven by Sheen, John  man  pi c j 4  smith said that as he  was taking pictures of the  thought the child did not have a east until 9 p m. Tuesday and use of energy resources.    .....    .     A     —« -------  “good mother,” the FBI said |at_the church from IO^.m. to | At the current rates of de-1 006     , a     °     g ?°: lto    the     ground.  .Ti aq  Nora Bailey Ish. jr., both of Ced.  Patricia Brasel and William McClannahan, both of Marion.  Barbara Austin and Orlando Rodriquez, both of Mt. Vernon.  Sherry Klutz, Cedar Rapids, and Mark Haynes, Center Point.  Fires  6:16 p.rn Monday. Unknown to tra*.h at 505 Thirty-third avenue SW 9:12 a.in Tuesday. Malfunction of alarm system at Third street and Sixteenth avenue SE.  Maqistrafe'v Cour*  Speeding — Ronald Sanborn.  2615 Thirty-third avenue SW;  Erie Mays, 96 Summer circle j NE; each fined $35 and costs.!  Velma Sonkn, route two, Cedar can private plummeted 3,000 Rapid. , Half Blackford, route  wben  j j s  p aracbl ,j (1  f ad  j one, Marion; Craig Yeisley,    ,     1     'amu  Springville; Cheryl Loeffler,; open,    hit    (lie    trees, and os-  135 Twentieth avenue SW;    Caped    without    a    .single broken  David Men nett, 5620 Johnson    bine.  avenue* SW; Douglas Thomp-__  Out of Town Births  At Oak Ridge. N. J.  Mr. and Mr. Steve Gllliatt.a daughter Sept. 2d. Mr. Gilliatt is the* son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilliatt, 4709 Montclair drive NW.  son, 713 Eleventh avenue, j Marion; Mathias Collins, 6502  Tuesday An FI  2:55 p.m. Wednesday. The cas-  ins will be more complete end     d    f    Ka | 0yOTa ki S .  thorough than any the council  ald Kla at IO at could provide.  Fri rt ncV Book Sa!» Begirds Friday a*  1 0  Thf‘ Friends of the Cedar Rapids Public Library used hook sale is Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The beginning day was inferrer!Iv listed in a headline in Sunday’s Gazette Hours are IO a m to 8 pm. Friday; 9 a.rn to 5 p m Saturday and IU a m. to 5 p m. Sunday at the Vete rans Memorial coliseum.  30 YEARS AGO An Ameri-  who was abducted in an auto from the Union school playground Monday evening.  —Rockefeller-  (Continued from Page I.)  Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers  Ambulance  .    366-7654  F B I ....... 402/348-1    210  Fire ..............398-5343  Highway Patrol 364-5171 After Hours ...    363-5629  Police .............. 398-5353  Sheriff ........... 398 3521  Medical Society .. .365-2527  (lf you havo no pSyttaon)  Foundation ll .......362-2174  (Cmit h#lp, I p.m.'midnight)  Information, Referral 398-3955  (To loom who con holp)  (Clip and carry in your billfold)  He said Thomas Burns, 23, of said the nation would have been in 1972.  Rutherford, was being sought in faced with “total disaster” last  the abduction.    year “if the I S had not had a rn I n i s i r a i o r lor energy  “We have no reason to believe dozen major oil companies pro- sources development, said oil he has crossed a state line, so    ducing around the world    imports    are now estimated at 35  we have not officially entered    “if  we  h ad  been dependent on    to 36 percent of U.S. consump-  the case,” the spokesman said. (he OPEC (Organization of Pe-    tion. He said one    aim of Project  Police here said the child s troleum Exporting Countries) as    Independence    was to    reduce  mother, Natalie Kaloyerakis, others were, our prices would    that to 20 to    25    percent    in the  old them Burns telephoned her have gone up 400 percent as    near future,  and said he didnt think  sbr  theirs had    When    first    announced    by  was a g^HKl mother and that he    .* Rl| ( j  do  believe there    should    former    President Nixon, the  was never going to bring her son     bp an  excess profits lax    on the    goal of    Project Independence  hack. Police said Burns mother  od  companies, unless they use was complete self-sufficiency in used lo babysit with the child, the funds to put into production I energy bv 1980. Ligon said the  to meet our needs for the fu- goal war. revised because it was bure.”    I unrealistic.  and Douglas L. Van dorrner  p res j de nt a man guard-1207 Grande ave-jj ng  Nixon smashed his camera  condition at the hospital. Van I treated at th  to import    as much    as    50 percent    **!■  b " :  » a< not  ■ ldm, "‘’ d     clothes police officer,    pointed    to  lot its    oil    bv    1985.    He    said    im-1     1 ' lnn d< ’l ,lltl0 J reported    .sheen     lhe brokpn    camera    and sald ,  lost control of the car    while    “pj c |<  t b a t     U p and get out    of  eastbound on Cottage Grove av-    here.”  enue SE. east of Cedar Rapids  I keTwiil noY be oDened ifterTheIand expected production.     Smitb    said tbe man - P° ss ‘ b b’  ti spokesman identified     not    bl    ,,pomd     Dupuy    said    the    U.S.    might    have    Mf'"     was . treated    a     , lbe     secret    service    agent    or    plain  ports made up 15 percent of the oil supply in 1960 and 30 percent  Ziegler told newsmen later  Duke Ligon, assistant FEA ad  Th f- V  saidlheearsmashed into  that  ^ incident was "unfor-i n i s t r a t o r for energy re-  a barncadc at ,ndlan Hl!l road  tunate.” He said he had apolo-  mto a tree at tbejgized to Smith, orner of the intersec-  The FBI said no demand was made.  ransom  and then southeast tion.  Sheen was charged with larceny of a motor vehicle, driving without a license and failure to have his vehicle under control.  The car reportedly had been stolen from Tyrone Vick, 3630 Mt. Vernon road SE.  . a A TIT- 11        «*--*  TRAOLS]    epUWC'O  (flu C f f(lnr l\ttpul*  Established In (M3 by Th* Gazette Co. ond published dolly and Sunday at 500 Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 5J40* Second doss postage paid of Cedar  Rapids, iowa  Subscription rotes by carrier ti cents a. week By malt: Night Edition and Sunday * issues 13 75 a month, 139 00 a year Afternoon Editions and Sunday I issues S3 15 a month *40 00 a veor Other states and U S territories UC OO a year No Mall Subscriptions accepted In areos having Gazette carrier service  The Associated Press is entitled e*clusiveiy to the use for republication of ail the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches.  >s in/in th v ii th,- hurtle*! intr,I It, 11 rile,  *iiy ii with flatter*  F lower Shop  PIERSON’S  !*• ELI IS RI V|>. mw  MOW IR PHON!  floral artistry   e vue  (ten  FLORIST  Town and Country Shopping Center  364-2146  rn  VTV  For 61 years . . .  flowers for all occasionsI  John E. 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