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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                rsV'io- a Ufl WE AlHtft f OTOCAS1 Rain end snow are expected Tuesday night from New York to New England. Rain is forecast for the extreme Pacific northwest and over southern Florida. Mostly clear else- where. The Weather Hidh temperatures Monday, low tem- peratures over-nigh! and inches of nre- cinitation: Anchorage .50 35 L. Anqelcs SI 65 Atlanta ...7646 Miami -.3772.56 Bismarck ..45 23 Min'apolls 5033 Chicago ..5440 N. Orleans 7857 Denver ...8035 New York 6746 Duluth ....4025 Phoenix lot 73 Honolulu ..8974.01 Scalllo ....6750 Houston ..7959 Washinnlon 72 47 Extended Forecast Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday. Chance of rain Friday and Sat- urday. Lows in 40s and highs in 70s Thursday cooling to 60s and lovr' 70s by Friday and Saturday C. R. Weather High Monday 58 Low overnight Noon Tuesday................52 2p.m.........................50 Precipitation ..............None Total for October .........None Normal for October ........2.2G Normal through October ..2H.39 Total for 1974 Barometer, rising Humidity 33.97 30.34 40% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. N at 9 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago High, 68; low, 61; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wcdncsdiiy Wcalher, Ili-Lo Bismarck PtCldy 71-44 35.m. Monday. Unknown lo brush at 2317 Grande ave- nue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding: Glenn lloyc Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moincs Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee .PtCldy 52-42 .PICldy 5B-40 .PtCldy Fail- (13-44 ...Fair Fai 50-31) -..PtCldy 70-48 ..PICldy 52-35 Mpls.-Sl. Paul .PlCJdy 57-43 Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls Fair 70-50 ......PtCldy 61-42 1305 Fifth street NW; Terry Earnest, 107 Ely avenue SW; each fined and costs. Maureen McDcrmott, Amcma; Garry Banes, North. English; Velma Lutz, Shellsburg; Stevcr Eden, 2012 II avenue NE; Cecil Moore, 1334 Woodsidc drive NE; Carolyn Walsh, 1G18 Scc- und avenue SE; William Sealf 449 Jacolyn drive NW; Douglas Johnson, 2037 Norlhgate drive NE; Darolcl Sisco, 415 Seventh avenue SW; Mark Blahnik, Owen street NW: Galina Cald- meycr, 2442 Fifth avenue Marion: Dennis McDonald Watkins; Robert Greene, 94.1 Wcstview drive, Marion; Pame- la Henderson, Central City; James Klein, 2885 Twenty- sixth avenue, Marion; Leonard Hanson, 1275 Lin-Mar court Marion; Ronald Dabler, route two, Marion; Donna Valvoda, 3G01 Sixteenth avenue SW Donald Sparrow, Hiawatha en Olszyk, 921 Old Marion road NE; Marcia Swift 5720 Johnson avenue SW; Don- ald Miller, Urbana; John Lane Marion; each fined and costs. Patrick Ticrncy, Dubu- jquc; Monte Ireland, Solon; j Dennis Ludvigscn, North Lake III.; Elizabeth Loop, Monliccllo; Roman Bulkus, Ames; Jane! Adams, Mt. Mercy college; Marrion, Iowa City; Otto Ka- lina, 4907 Midway drive John Mitchell, 1012 Juniper drive SW; Marion Anderson, Eighteenth street SW; David Smith. 1826 J avenue NE; Roger Hntcbinson, Hia- v.-alhn; Donald Berg, Keystone; Randal Koranda. 203 Alma drive NW; Ada Mullin, Hia- watha; Victoria O'Brian. 5540 Vermont street SW; William ..PtCId Coralville Lake Pool level ..............083.44 Births Mercv Sf.nl. 3d To the families of b.ink'l Palmershcim. 775 West Ninth avenue, Marion, a daughter; Itickcv Dochlcrman, 820 F avenue NW, a son; Lesler Itofrcrs, 0510 North avenue SW, a son. Oct. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Melnan. 121 Twenty-first street NE, a daughter. Birt'ns St. Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Larry liocarek, Center Point, a daughter. Sent. 30 To the families of Richard Bird, 136 Kenmoro street NE. a son; Donald Sicvcrs. Hiawatha, a son; Ti- mothy Phillips. 1001 Thirteenth street NW, n daughter. Marriage Licenses Mary Visck and Gay Wells, Linda Ramm and Keith Weber. Elaine Walter and Max Wilclt, all of Cedar Rapids. Joyce Mi- chaolsen and Dane Bruce, both (if C e tl a r Falls. Mardcne Kramer, Urbana. and Maurice Russell, Omaha, Neb. Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.9. no change Lansing (18) 7.0, fall .1 Dam9 (18) 12.0, fall .3 McGregor (18) 0.8, no change Guttcnbcrg (la) 4.1, rise .1 Dubunue (17) 7.3, no diange Davenport (15) 4.3, rise .3 Kookuk (Hi) 2.2, no change Cellar at C. K. fall .00. Fires p.m. Monday. Assisted arm. ambulance at sr.nic at Third street and Fourth avrni'i- SK. p.m. Monday. Unltnown lo h'avcs at ftreenwond drive and Knnlhvood drive p.m. Monday. Firo In loaves at. Spruce avenue and Memorial drive SK. p.m. Monday. Unknown to iBivi'.s at 50 drive SK. Iv G8-44) Bishop, Ma.son City; each fined ?20 and costs. Permitting unauthorized per- son to drive Larry Brown, 3307 Twenty-ninth street SW; fined and eosts. Traffic siRiial violation Mark Sterkowicz, route two, Marion: fined and costs. Earl Miles. 809 Central avenue, Marion; Evelyn Slnrnph, 800 Owen street NW; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation Donald Wullner, 304 F avenue NW; Danny Feakcr, Ellis boat house, number three; each fined and costs. Improper passing Earl Hasley, 023 Thirty-second street SE; lined and costs. Faiilly equipment Javon Schultz, 5021 Montclair drive NW; Linda Mally, 1344 Fourth street NW; Michael Mauser, Flectwood road NW; Dennis Akers, '110 First avenue NW; William Moore, 390 Seven- teenth .street SE; each fined and costs. Improper turn Earl Stcf- fens, 225 T'vcnty-ninlh street drive SE; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Tracy Dirks, Seventh avenue, Marion; fined and costs. Sinking unalteiidcd vehicle Robert Myers, 833 Harold drive SE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Walker Everctle S. Fishcl, (i3. Thursday at at Mur- doch's in Center Point. Burial: Walker cemetery. Visitation at Murdoch's after 7 Tuesday. j inore than 40 years. Viola _ James F. E. Stur- geon, 53. Thursday at at United M c t Ii o d i s t church, Springville. Burial: Springville cemetery. Visitation at Mur- doch's in Springville after Wednesday at Pelcrscim's. Me- morial fund established. Ladora Mrs. Ed Gregory, 09. Thursday at 10, McAninch's. Elkadcr Louise "Lula" Murphy, 84. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rosary Tuesday at 8 Witt's. Dycrsvillc Agnes Kramer, 62. Wednesday at St. Francis Xavicr basilica. Scrip- ture service Tuesday at Kramer's. Coleshui-fr Leonard C. Bockenstcdt, 70, Sept. 26 at Innsbruck, Austria. Friday at St. Patrick's Catholic ch u r c h Scriptui e service Thursday at 8, Kramer's, Dy- ersvillc. where friends may call after 1 a.m. Thursday. Independence Mrs. Charles Williams, 49. Thursday at While's. (Continued from I.) lion llic Hiawatha city council will take. Ho said it will depend As usual, Chairman Bill Mar-, lin declared a quorum present. However, a check of llic bylaws Otlur Kunids J lle: Tucs., October 1, 1974 upon legal advice regardini; Martin had been misin- John C. Langor Edward W. O'Brien (Continued from Page L) responsibilities and [lowers ofjformed, and Iliat vote of the! John C. Langer, 22, of 1120 Kdward W. O'Brien, 91, of 1511 i listen to any tapes that arc the council. [members present is required jEighth street SW, died Monday j Second street SW, died Monday j played. The commission's action, on a j chairman can injuries suffered in a mo-jaftcr a brief illness. He was! wjlh MU. 12-3 vote, came afler about !IO "lure a quorum, lorcyclc-tram accident in in Cedar Kapids, Dec. 28, naldeman and Ehrlieh- minutes of debate a m o n g Guthridge, representatives of tlie state highway commission (which recommended the route through Hiawatha) and resi- dents of Hiawatha and of Twin e vole was granted Monday and had been a lifelong'man are former Assistant Attor- mght. He was born on Aug. 15, resident. Mardian Martin said he will ask Cedar Kapids. He graduated] He was a retired employe Kenneth Parkinson, one- commission, at its next meet-jfrom Jefferson high school in i the Roosevelt hotel ami attorney for Nixon's re- ing, lo affirm all aclion lakcn HMi'J. He served with the army j member of Ihe St. Ludmila's' election committee, previous ineelings when ;ilin Germany and presently waslCatholie church. Pines North in Cedar u o r m was not at Kirkwood Communi-i Surviving are a sister, Mrs. which is adjacent to a western 'prcsenl. alternate advocated by oppo-! nents of the Hiawatha route. More Expensive Most of the arguments j Pff y college. Surviving are his parents, Mr. Mary Greenan. and a brother, John O'Brien, both of Cedar (Continued from 1'age 1.) a confession or Steve Dlotihy, Swishcr; two rs, Betty and C leled those given last week at a! "Mun M memeni 01, in Hiawaiba and was the h'O c AUn, all of Ccda, niccliiijj in Hiawatlia among city and highway commission officials. Bob Humphrey, a member of Ihe highway commission corri- dor planning staff, said the western route would be expensive and longer, and; Did rcPort would require relocation a psychiatrist or doctor fewer families jthat Nixon was m poor health? Rapids. statement Nixon made at Ihe time of the pardon approved in advance by Ford or his aides? What representations made on Nixon's behalf for the 'cl'y Sirica granted a prosecution motion Monday to hold a sepa- rate trial for former White House aide Gordon Strarhan. Jis- Stra- chan, who claimed the case against him was based on tesli- by the Kev. Robert W. Cix.ek. mony lie gave under what he and Mrs. Emil Langer, Cedar Kapids; three grandchildren, However, Sirica refused to d Rapids; his grandmother, Mrs.jand nine jreat-grandchildren. imiss the charges against SI visiicr; two; Wednesday 10 a.m. .onnie, and a ;lt SL Catholic church Burial: St. John's. Rosary: although! was an agreement it n approved in Services: Thursday al 10 a.m. pm Tuesday in the Jaiieba-jwouldn'l be used against him. r his aides? Brosh chapel by Ihc Kev. funeral home west where' "No" in Mardiin r .uuruiaii Burial: Sulek muy can. near Shucyvillc. Friends! _____ Memorial Services noon Wednesday. Gulhridge said the eastern al- ternate would concentrate noise and pollution in Hiawatha in- stead of dispersing it over a larger area and would cause problems by passing close to schools and a park. He said traffic problems would be increased with con- struction of the interstate, and added that Hie elevated highway passing through the middle of the town would have a detri- mental effect on community co- hesion. Complained firs. (Continued from Page 1.) deuce of cancer spread to other they said they "remain optimistic for a prolonged sur- vival." Further Therapy After the three-hour surgery Saturday on Mrs. Ford, Fouty chairman of surgery at the Bcthesda Naval Medical Center was asked if discovery of some malignancy in lymphatic tissu would be an ominous sign. He said, "This would not bi particularly an ominous sign. Ii would not be particularly a bac sign. People do respond to fur- ther therapy. There would be no more surgical procedures done because all of this tissue would be removed.1 And, now (hat they have the findings in hand, the doctors said that the next step in Mrs. Ford's case will be to make special diagnostic studies to de- cide whether X-ray, hormonal or chemotherapy should be used 'to insure maximum treatment of this cancer." Javits: Soviets Worrying Cuba WASHINGTON (AP) Cuba appears ready to improve rela- tions with the U. S. so it can reduce its dependence on the Soviet Union, Sen. Javits (R-N. Y.) said Tuesday. "f think they are getting worried about the degree to which they are in the hands of the he said during an interview on NBC's "Today" show. Javits and Sen. Pell (D-R. I. returned Monday from a three- day trip to Cuba which included discussions with Prime Minister Castro. The senators said Castro made no direct overtures to Ihem for improved relations. Swiss Snows GENEVA (UPI) Mountain villages were isolated and Al- )ine passes blocked Monday by he heaviest September snow- 'alls Switzerland has seen for Brooklyn Kd Vi-rcrka, no. Thursday at 2 at Grace United Methodist uhiirdi. Burial: 1OOF iM'mrU'ry, Victor. Novi'nhn- ven's. Ml. Vermin Ada Mallii', Maxtor's. Kiilona 'Imrsdciy Burial: Sbanm Nila Keif. (12. Id at United H.'ipli.sl church. Mill cemrU'rv. artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 He also complaincJ that high- way commission officials had not maintained adequate con- tad with Hiawatha during the planning of the route. Raymond Kasscl. deputy planning chief for the highway commission, denied Ihe latter charge. He said Hiawatha and all other concerned govern- mental units were kept well-ad- vised of the planning process. Kassel said later, in response to questioning about the cffccls of changing to the western route, that such a change conic delay the interstate for up to a year and could hinder the stale's road-building program. Motions Rejected The commission then rejectee Iwo motions by Gulhridge, on to table the question and the other to approve the wcstcn route, before voting to approve the eastern roulc. Immediately after the plan- ning unit's action, Kasscl told commission members Ihc high way commission would recom- mend federal approval of Linn county's planning process. Certification of the process lias been withheld for several months, most recently because the 1-380 route through Hia watha was unresolved. Without certification, no projects within the county are eligible for fcdci al funding. In oilier business, Hie com- mission reviewed applications for federal funding from the county for replacement of the Otter creek bridge near Li fayctte, from the Area X agency on aging for a congregate meals program and from the Health department for continu- ing air pollution control pio grams. The group also accepted the annual audit frun Dee Gosling Co. Quorum Mixup, Unit's Action Not Binding Most of the action taken he Linn county regional plan- ling commission in reeenl nonths wasn't binding, it w is Monday night. The commission bylaws re- quire a majority of members in attendance for a quorum. Stl dom are Hi of tin; group's il members present and Mondas when Ihe route of 1-HIH) norUi of [Cedar Rapids was lo be dis For 61 years flowers for all occasions.' John E. Lapes 3083rdAve. SE 365-0511 Convonienf downfown location I so, provide it. Mrs. Earl Elliott Clara M. Elliott, 72, widow of Earl Elliott, 708 Seventh street Later in the day, Sirica reject- ed Mardian's request for a sepa- rate trial. Cnargcs against a scvcnlh de. The expense money SE, and a lifelong resident of a.m. Wednesday. The casket 'or Nixon was in an Cedar Rapids died Tuesday in bc opened after the supplemental appropriation bill )cfore Hit1 house. The bill in- cludes billion deferred fund- for housing, education and Diner programs congress ap- >rovcd earlier. Chairman Tom Steed (D- Henrv, Itobert Miles former While House William P. Leonard. counsel Charles Colson, L i n o o d ccmutcry. Friends may at Turner east until 10 Olda.) of the subcommittee that ilashcd the request by ;452.000 called the Nixon money ssuc "highly emotional" but irged the house not to cut the unds further. Rep. Howard Robison he subcommittee ranking Re- publican, said "we can further junish Mr. Nixon if we want to row in the direction of a certain segment of public opinion but if vs do so we will not thus have Drought credit on this house." Ford's testimony before Cedar Kapids hospital. _ I) o m c r, Lura Fayc She was born Aug. o, 1902, in, Wednesday at p.m. Cedar Rapids and was gradual- Turner chapel casl by Dr. Ar- congrcss would be Ihc first by a silling President since a sur- irisc appearance by Lincoln Dcforc a commitlec inquiring into allegations that his wife was a Southern collaborator. ed from Mt. Mercy college. Mrs. Elliott was a member of St. Wenceslaus Catholic church. Surviving are two brothers, Andrew J. Charipar and Frank T. Charipar, both of Cedar Rapids; three sisters, Mrs. El- wood Paul, Mrs. Merle Patten, and Mrs. Drexel Benedict, all of Cedar Rapids. Services: Turner chapel casl at p.m. Thursday by the Kev. Clarence Frana. Burial: Czech Nations! cemetery. Friends may call at the Turner chapel east until 1 p.m. Thurs- day. The casket will not be opened after the service. Israel Says Three Infiltrators Killed TEL AVIV (AP) Israeli nold Herbst. Burial: Cedar Me- morial. Friends may call at Turner east until 1 p.m. Tbo casket will not be opened after the service. Turner G o t> d a, 11, Henry Wednesday at: 3 at chapel east by Dr. LcRoy White. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner east until p.m. The casket will not bc opened atter the service. Matthews, Robert P. Wednesday at 3 at Beatly- Bcurle chapel by the Rev. Stc- phe-n Kool. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Wednesday. were dismissed after he pled guilty in a separate case. A 1 1 five defendants are charged with one count each of conspiracy to obstruct justice. All but Mardian also are charged with one count each of obstruction of justice. In addition, Mitchell. Hal- deman and Ehrlichman are charged with lying to authori- ties investigating the breakin and cover-up. A small number of demon- strators gathered outside the courthouse and one of them spat on Ehrlichman. Ehrlichman was struck on the right shoulder but appeared un- moved by the incident. i authorities Tuesday announced! Hearing Slated on Road Stud Vacation A public hearing has been scheduled for a.m. Oct. 29 on vacation of a road stub just north of Blairs Ferry road two i miles west of Hiawatha. involved is the west 152 feet of pitta Gulf Hikes Prices on Gasoline, Heating Oi! PITTSBURGH (AP) Gulf Oil Corp. says prices will go up 1.5 cents a gallon on all grades of its gasoline and 1.6 cents a gallon on its hcmc healing fuel! because of llic high cosl of pur-1 chasing foreign crude oil. A spokesman said Monday I that the increases will bc cl'fec- ive immediately. the killing of three Arab tors, including one who alleged-j_____ ly murdered an Israeli tribesman in the desert below I the Dead Sea. IDecr View road in Twin Knolls Established fn 1883 by The Gazelle Co. and published dally and Sunday at 500 Third avc. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 12406. Second class posiaoe paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscrlolion rates bv carrier 95 cents o. week. By mail: Night Edition and Sunday 6" Issues 53.75 a month, J39.00 a year: At- Icrnoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 13.85 a month, S40.00 a year. Other states and U.S. territories 560.00 a year. No Mall Gazelte carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled inclusively to the use tor rcpubllcatlon ot oil the local news printed In this news- paper as well as all AP news dispatches. in llm hardest n-unl in n-rifc. miv it tt'itli flnn'1'rs PIERSON'S IS30 ELLIS HLVUNW FLOWILRPHONEM8-IS3G tell someone you care with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8739 phone answered 24 hours every day Sunset and evening star and one clear call for Serving all faiths since 1888. Tinner's 000 Socond Avc. SL I Firel Avo. West Holms. MAHION POINT CENTRAL CITY SPRINGVILL and in Cedar Rapids THE BEATTY-BEURLR CHAPEL WALKER COGGON   

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