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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                DEATHS City Briefs Peter J. Bucli J of Oodar Kapids from 11130 lo I1KJ2, died Wednesday I bourne Beach, i Money Missing (iiiry Ken- jnoy, 935 Third sired, Marion, Friday reported lie lost a bill- a resident containing cash and Blaze Damages Curtis To Succeed Collins Nut af Luke's Mi'Hblock Kills biniloviird NW. A fire of undetermined origin The board of directors of St. hospital in Cedar Rapids :earlv Saliirdav damaged ap- nimml Albert A. turns i i n .11. L'im Horn Sept. 13, 11199, at Slinger. Hureslt Urntal Henl ,'is.. Mr. Huch was ;i rdirt-d brand name equipment. Adv. al a (.ollms Kmlii. (.0. Utt WIAtrttRfOtOCAS! Snow and flurries are forecast over fhe northern Plains and portions of the up- per Mississippi valley and northern Rockies. Rain, showers and thunderstorms are indicated for the central Plains, middle Mississippi valley and the northern portion of -the southern Plains. The Weather Hioll temperatures Friday, Ic.v tenv prretures overnight and inches cf pre- cipitation: Anchorage 33 50 .36 L. Angeles SB 63 Atlanta ...66 Miami ....78 73 Bismarck 51 36 Min'apolis 73 4fl .03 Chicago ...76 Sfl .10 N. Orleans 76 54 Denver ....77 42 New York 57 48 Dululh ....5338.18 Phoenix .9869 Honolulu ..8B 72 Seattle 53 41 Houston ...BO 66 Washington 63 44 Extended Forecast Partly cloudy Monday through Wednes- day. Warmer Tuesday but cool- er Wednesday. Highs in the (ids Monday and Wednesday and 70s Tuesday. Lows in 30s Monday to Tuesday and Wednesday. C. R. Weather High Friday 78 Low overnight C2 Noon Saturday G2 2 p.m........................63 !I2. Tuesday at at Mur- doch chapel in SpringviUc. Vis- itation at Murdoch's after 5 Sunday. Winlhrop Helen Scott, 61. Monday at 2 and visitation Sunday after 11 at Burial: Fail-view. Tama _ Isabella (Belle) Laudcrdale, 85. Monday at at Harrison's. E. Brady, 80. Monday at 11 at St. Patrick's Catholic church. Kosary Sunday al al Mason-Hand's. Van Home Lloyd Mahcr, late Conception Catholic church. Rosary Sunday at 8 a Fcllmcl's, Kcyslone. w h e r i Rainfall Total for October Normal far October 2.2G Normal through October ..23.39 Total for 1974 ..............39.97 Barometer, steady ........30.13 Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity al Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. SSW at 7 mph. Sun rises a.m.; sun sets, p.m. Year Ago Today High, 71; low, 5J; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Sunday Weather. Ili-Lo ...Shwrs 47-30 friends may Sunday. McGregor call after noon Henry J. Kaut- Risrnarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Ucs Moincs Detroit...... Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls-St. Paul Omaha...... fit. Louis Sioux Falls .-Clcly 72-51 .PtCldy 82-50 ...PtCldy 75-54 .....Rain 55-41 .PtCldy .PtCldy 77-55 .Tshwrs 71-54 .....Rain 511-45 .....Cldy -Shwrs 50-42 Tshwrs 78-50 .....Rain 45-32 man, 60. Monday at 2 at Thorn- burg's where friends may cal after G Saturday. Burial Smithfield. Woman Reports Purse Snatched, Contained Two boys sna Ichcd a purse containing from a woman who was getting into a car al p.m. Friday at E avenue and Eighth street NW. Pliylis Sickles, 1000 Grctchen drive SW, told police the boys jpproaehcd her from behind, jrabbcd the purse and ran norlh on Eighth street to an alley vhcrc they got into a wailing car and drove away. Mississippi Stages (Flood Slases in Brockets) 4.8 7.7 rise .1 (i.4 rise .1 jThree Are Hurt In Separate 1C. R. Mishaps Jody A. Williams, 16, of 326 Hampton drive NE, was in good condition Saturday at St. Luke's hospital with abdominal injuries suffered Friday in a two-car ac- cident. Miss Williams was injured at p.m. Friday when the car in which she was a passenger and a car driven by Douglas B. Luke. 35. of 6536 Laurel lane NK, collided al the intersection of Collins road and Northland drive NE. .Miss Williams was a passen- ger in a car driven by Donald A. Strunk, 16. of 1450 Country' Club drive. Marion, who was charged with failure to slop or yield at an intersection. Daniel M. Kevins. 19. of 928 .Maplewood drive NE, suffered a pipe organ builder. He was member of Our Lady of Lourdes Calholic church. Cedar Kapids Knights of Columbus, and Loya Order of Moose. Surviving are his wife, Olillia; a son, Donald, Melbourne, Fla.; a brother, Raymond, Slinger, and a sister. Elizabeth Bueh. Milwaukee. Wis.; two giandchildren and one great- grandchild. Services were Friday al Brownlic funeral chapel at Mel- bourne. Mrs. Milo Hahn Lillian Hahn, 70, formerly of Cedar Kapids and widow of Milo Hahn, died Saturday in St. Louis, Mo. Born July 11. 1904, in Cedar Rapids, she was married here in 1926. Mrs. Hahn was a resi- dent here until 1961. Surviving are a son, Bryce, St. Louis; two sisters, Mrs. John Schlecklema, Des Mo i n e s Naomi Hurdle, California; three brothers Bob Talley, Washing- ton; Wilbur, California, and John Talley, Ohio. Services: Tuesday at Krieg- hauser mortuary west, Olivet, Mo. Memorial Services Morrow, Herbert Monday at a.mv at Cedar Memo- rial Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Neville G. Clayton of Cedar Christian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. uqiupmu building. succeed Louis U. Blair as .super- intendent of (lie hospital upon Blair's retirement on Dec. III. ,000 otf Nixon's Bills Paid by Fund REHOBOTH, Mass. (AP) Rabbi Baruch Korff, who vows lot lo "let the former President head laceration at a.m. Sat- be harassed by legal LiiCrossc (1-) Lansing (18) Darn McGregor (18) Gutlcnbcrs (15) Dubuque (17) Davenport (15) Kenkllk (Hi) (Continued from Page 1.) only a ploy to draw the Domin- ican government inlo negotia- tions. llurwitch said he had com- municated with Miss Hutchison] by shnuling Ihrongh a xvindnw. I He said her reports "did not urday when the pickup truck he was driving and a car collided at the intersection of First ave- nue and Thirteenth street NE. Ncvins was treated at St. Luke's hospital and released. ..Police charged Ncvins with driving on the wrong side of Ihc road aflcr his (ruck and a car driven by Cheryl Lynn Hughes. 22, of -1209 Bcnton street NE. collided. liccky Lee Ov.cns, 21, of 172-1 3 avenue NE, suffered a bruised eg at p.m. Friday when he was hit by a car while Tossing the slreet at. A avenue ind Eleventh street. NE. Miss Owens was treated al St. ..tike's hospital ami released. The driver of In-.- car, Dannie j Arthur McCain. 17. of 1055 F avenue NW. was net charged. H.ft J'be wiln what Mcndcs said." chR. j Other sources said none of Ihe' 2.1 .1 j hostages" visible through Ihc Out of Town Births At Castro Valley, Calif. j Dr. and Mrs. James a son Oct. 4. Dr. Boddicker isj the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Boddickcr, 2048 Shanvood drive is'K. Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5996 says he has set up a trust fund which has paid of Rich- ard Nixon's lawyers' bills. Rabbi Korff, who heads the National Citizens Committee for Fairness to the Presidency, said in an interview Thursday night, "We feel an obligation to our former President." He said Nixon has amassed in legal expenses. Initial Payment He said he contributed the first to Ihe trust _ called the President Nixon Justice Fund and. the committee he heads leaned it an additional Rabbi Korff said "we have al- ISarber Shop with equipment for rent. 393-8585, For rent, hairslyling booth. 365-7376 or 366-4724. Adv. Car Entered Tim A. McDcr- moll, 1207 Ninth street NW, Fri- day reported a tape player and Iwo tapes taken from his car ivhile parked al his residence. The items were valued at Games Montrose Sal., Sun. doors Adv. Best Rental Rents The Best. -Adv. Sweetheart Roses, a doz- en, Cash and Carry, 4 Seasons, 3028 Mt. Vernon Rd. S.E.-Adv. Motor Taken Jerry Snitse- aar, 2310 Mt. Vernon road SE, reported a 40 horse out- board motor valued at aken from his boat while parked at a vacant lot near his Boy Scout Troop 128 Chili Sup- per October 5th, Sertram Hall. Adv. "Your hairdresser does it bct- .er" National Beauty Salon Week, October Legionnaires dance to Dick Harvey. Legion club rooms 9 to 1 Sat.-Adv. Clothes Taken Bueta Benl- iley. 1250 Fifth avenue SE. Fri- day reported three uniforms, len towels, three shirts, a wash- cloth, a pair of slacks and a blue sweater taken from a laundry room at her residence where they were drying. The items were valued at S'JO. Shampoo living room bedroom Diamond Car- pet YWCA and Hillcrest needs furniture, nigs, drapes for Y- Cresl home for women. 362-8912, 362-9237, 362-9912. Adv. "Garage Sale" prices on all Hems everything greatly re- duced. K M 1052 Mt. Vernon Road SE. Adv. Garage Sale: Shallow well Dump. Maytag wringer washer. 2 tubs, men's and women's clothes. Friday, Saturday. Sun- day. 305 9th Avenue, Hiawatha. -Adv. readv made Ihe initial pay- ment" to Nixon's lawyers. But he refused to disclose who re- ceivcd the funds, saying. "It is a private mailer." The fire slarled on the roof announcement was niaue p.ml nrpsident of 1 he n two story metal frame I am deiati, ture at 5225 C avenue ('urlis 050 court Nt'j, ly before 1 a.m. Saturday. The building housed an served as associate superintendent at St. Luke's since 1957. also served as the assistant Damage was confined lo from 1948 to 1957. roof and the joints. Damage native of Colorado, he the interior and the as an army medical ad- contents from the fire was during World war mal, according to Fire and returned to Northwest- Edsel university following the war Twenty firemen fought received his bachelor of spectacular fire during a degree in LW before mile-pcr-hour wind gusting to to St. Luke's. miles per is a member of Hie Amer- Flames were visible to Hospital Assn., the Ameri- dents of the surrounding College of Hospital Admin- but the burning was mostly the fowa Hospital the surface, McMickle and the Hoover Heallh The fire was brought under control about 30 minutes and has held a number of administrative posts in these firemen also has been active in Firemen fought the blaze from on top the roof and organizations. He has been a member of the May- aerial equipment and Jobs for Veterans commit- and the ad hoc committee The first equipment was alcoholism. He has served St. eased from duly nearly Methodist church as a lours after the fire was of the board of trus- ed. A stand-by unit remained and the official board as the scene until after 9 a.m. as in various committee as- No dollar estimate of has been active in the lo- was United Way organization, Says Report To Marijuana NEW YORK (AP) The last year there was lil- eral government will report evidence that infrequent week that smoking smoking was harm- lowers a person's resistance but that the dangers of Jong- disease, causes chemical use were still unknown. ances in the body and is tied said HEW has birth defects, NBC its position in the last Albert A. Curtis and is currently serving as pres- ident of Ihc Optimist club of Ce- dar Rapids: as a board member and vice-president of the Public Health Nursing Assn. and as a member cf the Bachelor of Sci- ence in Nursing Advisory com- miltee at Coe college. He is married and has two children. Blair has been superintendent at St. Luke's since 1948, and the search for his successor has been u n d e r w a y for several months. "The replacement of Lou Blair has not been a task- lightly taken." Board President Geiser commented. search committee has conducted a number of in depth investigations of candidates lo nake certain that the best pos- sible candidate was selected to carry forward St. Luke's role of service lo the health care needs of this area. The board was manimcus in naming Mr. Cur- is, and we arc confident that ic win canably fill this nnsi- Broke Window, Man Faces Damage Count Robert J. Sturtz, 1332 Ninth street NW, was charged Satur- day with malicious injury to a building after he allegedly ately known. The pizza parlor organist from nearby Redwood City un- available for comment, j The victim, Larry Tresnak. dcrwenl his first transplant _ The rabbi said he has noti219S Chandler street. SW. told 122. He had suffered sevenl UOITIOameS Told Spokesmen for Nixon were a window at a residence. John Chancellor, reporting on "NBC Nightly said Fri- day I he government will also announce that "diseases of old age, such as emphysema, now seem lo be occurring among young jeople who smoke mari- juana." The department of health, ed- ucation and welfare reported to Recipient of Two Transplants Dies STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Ralph Trout, ,38, who underwent two heart transplants in a five- year battle against heart dis- ease, has died at Stanford Medi- cal Center. Trout. 38. who had been Stan- ford's longest-living transplant patient, died Friday, two weeks after receiving his third heart. Hospital spokesmen said the cause of death was not immedi- few days and a report sched- uled to be printed this month has been held back. The report next week will state "marijuana smoking has now been linked to birth defccls, hormonal disruptions and a low- ering of smokers' resistance to Chancellor said. Appearing on the program! were Doctors Harold Kolansky and William Moore, psychia- trists on the faculty of the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania school of medicine, who said a govern- ment report on the dangers of marijuana was "long overdue." Dr. Lester Grinspoon. a Har- ,'ard psychiatrist who has ad- vocated legalization of mari- juana, said "while marijuana is not harmless." it is less harm- ful than other substances. Chancellor said an estimated 13 million Americans marijuana. Urge Lifting of Restrictions on Cable Television WASHINGTON (AP) Cable .elevision should be permitted to grow in a free market atmos- ihere without unnecessary re- strictions, Ihc justice depart- ment has told the Federal Com- munications Commission. The department's anli-trusl division, in 14-page legal brief Friday, called on the FCC lo lift present restrictions on cable TV and suspend consideration of new regulations for five years. "As a mailer of law and poli- cy, the commission should not endeavor lo stipress new modes of electronic conimunicalions such as pay Die brief said. "There would seem to be no present danger to the public interest in removing Ihc existing Plan of Ocean to Oil ispoken to Nixon about the trust, police he was awakened at I But he said he "sent him a let- a.m. Saturday by someone 'tor advising him what we are i banging on the front door. Bc- rlomg and in the letter I he could gel lo the door, a heart attacks since the age of 29 before a .surgical learn headed by Dr. Norman Shumwav smoke! Tlle FCC slioulid "rescind the existing pay caKle prohibitions in their entirety effective Jan. 1. 1D75, or some other date in ihr- near department lawyers said. And Ihey suggested a five- year freeze on imposition of any I new regulations, saying the FCC por- ed we number Ihree million bedroom window was broken formed the still experimental Fires Product-Warning Unit Tresnak said. vicinity after Tresnak com- plained. Sturtz was released on (AP) A or sold Ihe products also have a.m. Friday. Faulty WASHINGTON liirlit ballast at 1101 Twenty- of communications Icad-ian obligation' ".I? 
                            

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