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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                --Daily I Koshek, III iMondii.v in Cellar I Kapicb: friends may eal! i Itelle I'laiiin Mary Koni- ivli. 111. Monday at 2 at llra- bak'.s. The Weather High Saliiruay II) p.m. Saturday llainfall Tolal for Oelober Normal lor October iiu- Normal Ihriuiuli Harold K. Kleepe, Tol- f I m ;lt lOl.UIOI .........40.110 Huns, where friends may call Haronieter. steady Saturday. Humidity at 10 pjn yjiv I Chelsea Mary Konicck Wind direction and wealhcr ID p.m. NIC at 14 niph. Hulled Church of Christ Visila- Siin rises Mcn.lay, sun SCls li'Ki Bruce Tomlinson, 78. il.a Jolla, Calif. Services jicnd- Ago Today High, in California. low, 42; rainfall, none. 'i I'urli! Cily _. Keifeni-alh, (12. Serviees: Tnes- rires day at 111 at Sacred Heart a.m. Saturday. linish firo 1200 block of East Post road SE. a.m. Saturday, din- trolled burning at 60 block of Bevcr avenue SE. p.m. Saturday, Unde- termined tu trees :im[ west of Blue rtidKc drive NE. p.m. Salurdav. Itcsusci- talor call at 4217 Council street p.m. Saturday. burnins: at 1125 Center Point road NE. p.m. Saturday. Kurnins leaves on asphalt in front of 1726 D avenue NE. p.m. Saturday. Undeter- mined to leaves al Ml. Vcrnon tluireh, Porte City. Kosary Monday at II p.m. at the French funeral luimo, Rcinbeek. liurial: Monti cemetery, Coggon. Xcwhall Elmer H. W erninK 7fi. Monday St. John's Lutheran. Visitation after noon Sunday at Fellmct's in Kev- road and Thirtieth street SE. p.m. Saturday. Train to grass at Thirty-seventh avenue and Twenty-first street SW. p.m. Saturday. Improp- I'ustville George Braimird, 80. Monday at Community Presbyterian ehurch. Schutlc's. Victor Herman F. Scluvie- berl, Monday at 2. McAn- inch'.s. (Continued from Page 1.) and now it puts me apparently Obituaries Sisters Convene Regis Sets Stage Play, "Hay Fever" liif'h school will present "Hay Fever" by Noel Coward Kriday and Saturday at II k, ,201 in (he school auditorium. 3 A Mrs. Frank Hough Elmer J. Tickets for the comedy are available al Ihe door, from lieulah I. Iliniijh, IB, willow ufj 77, the former owner of Cedar Rapids Heating Co., died Sunday in Hcrmosa lieach, Calif. Horn Feb. II, in Marion, llc was born Dec'- in ic'it m-n-He.i i.v-ink Central Cily, Neb. and lived in members of Ihc cast, or from Cedar Hapids lor 40 years. He Ihc school. Admission is moved to adults and for students. are !1, JasporSManhaltan Beach, Calif. Sur- The comedy centers on a arc his wife, Kuih. IhrcM amily called the Blisses who '.sons, John. Manhattan lave invited visitors lo their Hermosa Beach and lome for the weekend. Cc'lar j James, Portola Valley, Calif., in a difficult situation.' There was little congressional reaction lo Rockefeller's disclo- cr burning at avenue ,as engross began its NW. i month-long recess. Sen. Javits p.m. Salurdav. Cause IIR-N-Y.) told broadcasters in under investisation 'al 1833 j Buffalo: "I would not think il trash at 3325 Southland drive SW. p.m. Saturday. JiurninEJcould sink him." on asphalt at 1430 N street SW. Sister Mary Cephas Wichman, left, major superior of the Csdar Rapids Sisiers of Mercy, and Sister Cathloen Toomey, director of the National Sinters Vocational Confer- ence, paused during the midwest meeting h Cedar Saturday ofthc Federation of Sisters, to view an historic letter. The letter is -from Mother MacAuley, founder of the Sis- I ters of Mercy in Ireland, to Mother Frances Warde, Firsr Sister of Mercy in America. In the background is a picture of St. Joseph's convent, the first Mother House in Cedar Rapids, which was located at Third avenue and Seventh street SE, the site of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Delegates representing members of the midwest Sisters of Mercy attended the meeting at Sacred Heart convent. The lead roles of Judith and David Bliss are played by Carol O'Brien and Bruce .Jacobs, re- spectively. Their children Sorel and Simon are portrayed by Lynn llenecke and Mark Vai- liere. Others in the cast arc Sandy Tyrcll played by Blaire Ahearn; Myra Arundcl by Uonna Foley; Richard by Mark Keidl; Jackie by Sue Kcnncr, and maids [a step-son, Charles Cedar Rapids; a sister, Mrs. Waller Cedar Rapids; a brother, George Reynolds, Saltj' Lake Cily; forr grandchildren and four-great grandchildren. and (our grandchildren. He was preceded in death in 19C9 hy Us irsl wife Florence Scanlan Services and burial were Thursday in Manhattan Beach. a.m. Monday at chapel east by Dr. Wayne Shire- man of First Baptist church. Shiloh Memorial Services Turner, William IJ. Turner Stanley, Culver Speak, cumulative thing. It might be that the taxes plus other things p.m. Saturday. Unde- legislation to provide operating subsidies for hard-pressed city- owned bus systems in Iowa will be enacted after the November elections when congress returns to Rep. Culver (D-Iowa) says. His remarks were in a state- ment for delivery to the annual 11 was so normal am' "not a conference of the Iowa league 'lc added. Iliat heiof Municipalities which ended lerminctl to leaves al, Blake boulevard and Nassau street SE. p.m. Saturday. Huniing. on asphalt at 23G Fifteenth entirely normal street NW. p.m. Saturday. Burning Rockefeller disagreed w i t h Javits' assessment. "If he talked to me about it, he'd see there is no problem about it at he feaid. "It's IOWA CITY (AP) 'Tcdcral.Iowa Cily, Uubuque, Clinton and NW. p.m. Saturday. Imnrop- labout it. burning at rear of 410 had not talked to President Ford Twenty-second street NK. p.m. Saturday. Burninp on asphalt al 1432 Ninth street SW. p.m. Saturday. niinnd to leaves al Glass road and Redbud road NE. Births Mercy Oct. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Good, Kiiif) Eighteenth streel NW, a son. Senator Tower (R-Tex.) said Rockefeller was not damaged too seriously. "It doesn't he said. "But when you read down in the story, it indicated there will be no penally scsscd." Reports Theft Paul J. Harrington, 1418 Filth avenue SE, Saturday reported in cash taken from his locker while he was getting a massage al Ihc YMCA. Harrington told police he locked the money inside the locker. When he returned, the locker was still secured, but (he money was missing from an in- side suit coat pocket. Six Slain in Holdup Try NKW BK1TAIN, Conn. (AP) Four men and two women were shot to death in an at- 1G80 A avenue, Marion. Mrs. templed holdup al a bakery Sat- Tullis is the daughter nf Mr. urday and Mrs. Kalph Tborscn, Solon. A Iowa Deaths NW. a son. Births St. Oct. 18 To Ihe families of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin 0. Shaver, 2443 Illinois street, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Smith, 1023 Twenty-fifth street NE, a son. and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis It. Shcllon, 1291 Elmhurst drive NE, a daughter. Oct. in To the families of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- Donald. 1135 Blairs Ferry road. Marion, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John L. Harder. Key- stone, a daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. George Banff, 1003 Chest- nut lane NE, a son. Out of Town Births At WashiiiBlini Iilr. and Mrs. Michael Tullis a daugh- ter Oct. 18. Tullis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tullis, its two-day meeting in Iowa City Saturday. Republican David Stanley, Culver's opponent for a U.S. senate scat, also addressed thc conference. elsewhere. (Continued from Page 1.) fill Saturday year ago. Cox said ho has been hear- tened that Europeans now re- c o g n i e Americans were Culver said he is confident the '''Ellt lhclr lon measure "will be acted upon in! seriousness Watergate, November or December i whidl lle sald was a Stanley, speaking about reve- nue sharing, said, "To some ex- tent congress has doublccrosscd local governments. "It provided revenue sharing for local and stale governments, but allowed runaway inflation to continue. Thai inflation has eaten inlo the meaningful bene- of ihe abuse of power and the danger of excessive power in the highest places." Riickelshaus said the pub- lie's reaction to the "mas- sacre" was "so much stronger than I anticipated that it left me with a very strong feeling Ihc wisdom of the fit provided through revenue: American people. sharing. Keotii llahn. Albert .T. Serviees: 10 Monday at St. Mary's Catholic church. Hosary p.m. Sunday at Powell Funeral home. Kcota. Burial: St. Mary's eemelery. (Continued from Page 1.1 lets stop wringing our hands in A customer alerted police about H p.m. CDT and officers found six victims, all killed by shotgun blasts, inside the Donna Lee Bakery. It was Jiol known if any mon- ey was taken. An all-paints bulletin was is- sued for four men in a 19G8 or 1909 green Ponliac after the shootings, which occurred be- tween 7 and p.m. CDT, po- lice said. frustration, let's slop casting ac- _______________ ciisalions and seeking political brownie poinls with our Jailed for Receipt lems. "It is a m c s s a g c Ihal saj's it is loo laic for politics as Ford added. "It is too late to play games with the eco- nomic future of every working man and working woman across Ihe United Stales." Of Slolen Property A Cedar Rapids couple were charged Saturday with receiv- ing stolen property taken in a breakin lasl week at the Van Stccnis auction house, 2201 A At five slops in the Carolinas, Burlle. 20. and his wife. Sharon. 18, of 1220 Third Ford was greeted by SKi wm, :ll corn and wheat which in lurn is indicative of Ihe U. S. crop situ ntion. The aborled sale had called for more than twice as much corn as wheat while the new; agreement covers almost an! iibonl a dcnionslralors recovered ii" Ihe pflli'nl amount of both grains. hoisted signs home. jThc U. S. whcal crop is cxpcci-i Rocky." "Kccky is nolhing hut; mfc jn lo reach record highs this year hut Ihe corn harvest is ex-; peeled lo be down by 111 per-' p.m. at their residence. missing an- "Revemic Sharing" In prepared remarks, Stanley advocated "expansion of fedora revenue sharing to local govern- ments." He said "inflation musl be brought under conlrol to make revenue sharing benefit? meaningful." Culver told delegates thai "bus systems provide a much needed service for thousands of low-income and elderly low who have no other means o transportation." Culver said a bill before Congress would authorize fund- ing over the next six years foi the nation's financially troubled mass transit systems. "Congress is selling aside ?500 million to finance munici- pally owned bus systems in smaller cities, those will) popu- lations of under Culver laid. Need Subsidies "I know that operating sub- sidies arc badly needed by Iowa's city owned bus systems in DCS Moincs, Cedar Hapids, (Continued from Page 1.) other high. [rain-based products were The Soviets bought 17 million tons of U. S. grain in 1972 and another 17 million Ions in Adequate Harvest Simon said that Soviet of- licials told him during his Mos- cow visit Ihal Ihe Russian har- vest was expected lo be ade- quate this year as far as human consumption was concerned but IJest Government "Since revenue sharing; was first introduced, Ihc theory that the best government is govern- ment closest to the people has been proven many limes. Local officials have proven that they can manage money to benefit citizens belter than any Wash- ington bureaucr.-.l." Stanley said oilier ways must be found to "incorporate Ihe revenue sharing concept. I no only favor maintenance of cur rent levels of revenue sharing from Washington to local gov eminent, but an increase m the amounts." Stanley said he wasn't ad- v o c a I, i n g increased federa spending, "but, a shift in priori- lies so that more money cur renlly in categorical grants wil be distributed to local govern- ments through revenue shar- ing." (Continued from Page 1.) some point, lo feed the growing population. "During 1974, conservative es- timates are thai somewhere be- wccn 200 and 100 million of our 'cllow human beings will stare starvation directly in the he report said. "Over 10 million icrsons most of them chil- dren five years of age and mdcr will perish as a direct of loo liltlo food to eat." With most good cropland al- under cultivation, most ncrcascs in output since 1950 lave been attributed lo inten- sified cultivation of land already ised for agriculture. "Food production from (he 3.5 billion acres currently under uiiniMi L.UI i v hat imports were required to mllst bc feed livestock. Thc new agreement also re- flects a different combination ol ly increased if mass starvation of many of the world's citizens is lo be avoided." Ihc rcporl Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-824-1 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids HlW-SfiOS "The fact that they saw Ihe President, somehow putting himself above Ihc law and in- sisted that a successor to Mr. Cox be appointed was very he said. "Tl certainly ought to be a lesson to any public official that if a mistake is made even a serious one the best course is always to tell Ihe truth. The American people are perfectly willing to accept mistakes by public officials, but they are not willing to ac- cept efforts to deny the mis- lakes." Bork said his only regret was Ihal he had nol "gone public faster lo explain what 1 was doing I should have explained al once why Ihe (Watergate) investigations and prosecutions were in no danger. I didn't realize the importance of reassuring Ihe public immediately that noth- ing that happened would en- danger the cases in any way." Bork said the Nixon ad- ministration might be viewed more favorably in thc future, but Ihc massacre "will never be viewed favorably there is no way it. can bc. It is always going lo bc on Ihc loss side of Ihc ledger." Hillesheim Is Charged With Drunk Driving LeRoy E. Hillesheim, 38, of 114 E avenue was charged Saturday with drunk driving after police allegedly observed lim driving erratically in the 1600 block of C street SW. Police arrested Hillesheim al Evangelist Asks Court To Void His Ouster D1CS MOINES I- Kvangelist Buddy Tucker has filed suit in Polk counly district court ask- ing (he actions of four persons Rev. George Moore. liurial: Ci.'dar Memorial. Friends may chapel cast until 10 a.m. Moil- call until p.m. Monday. The casket will nut be opened after the service. o Ian, Ella. a.m. Monday in St. Patrick's Calho- lie. church by the Rev. Carl Bessie March Dciiin, 82. ofj RJCS. Rosary: p.m. Sunday 1232 Eleventh slrcct NW, widow at tho Tcahcn. chapel by the opened alter II Mrs. Pat Denin ol' Columbus. Prayei- at 7 p.m. hy Father of Pat Benin, died early Satur-l day at her home after a brief i illness. Born in Mahaska counly on! March 4, 1892, she had been a! resident of Cedar Rapids since (Continued from Page 1.) 1923. She and Mr. Benin were' ivho removed him as head of at J iJiiu tii in :vi i i n i evangelistic association be void- in Kil.ksville Mo. a gam of more than 40 ed. iscals in the house. That would Democrats in the range of i .JIH; I.T -lui IJY r'finlrnl mnHrnr fnr hslic :tkn kiKuvn ;it control, mdKing toi a The Biif'dv Tucker Kvani-c- i i 'P1'1 Democrats in the range of ML IJULUJ MiihM s survived by two daugli-i lhil..k makinrr fnr -i istic Assn., also known as he control, making 101 j fowa Evangelistic owns "veto-proof" congress. The 435- station 158 lins road NE, and the Christian SE, and radio station DCS Moines. Thc suit charges Tucker's rc- Rapids; one son, Rapids; five sisters, Ethel Grey, jotlumwa, June Patrick, Silvie Hazel Chilcote. all of Oskaloosa, and Bertha Cooper, Albia; one brother, Perry Tyr- moval as president and chair-rci. Oskaloosa; fourteen grand- man of thc board of the cor- cniidrcn hrelvc poralion on August by Services w i [L, _ ,w other board members is invalid. at p.m. Monday al'jj Vicki'im -i direct Named as defendants were Downs funeral home in Albia (v Eldon Schlenkcr, Rachacl Rev. Donald Plum. ently made up of 248 Democrats and 1117 Republicans. The goal of gaining 40 or more scats is derived from an AFL-CIO list of 83 key races, at Ihc heart of which are 47 dis- tricts nearly half of them Iwclvc fe'reaHconccntratcd in thc eight Mid- hidi labor challange uffice hold- iMaxine Bruinekool and Ralph ccmclcry. Friends mayj' Duckworth, all of whom are'can at Turner chapel west until1 Polk counly residents. J9 pjll. Monday. I Tucker said the four also are employed by the non-profit cor- poration. Mead Arrested For Arson of Former Tavern Thomas Mead, was arrest- ed Saturday on a warrant charging him will) arson in the fire Oct. 4 that damaged the former Salty Dog tavern, KiOl West Post road SW. Mcad'j, who gave a Davenport address, was arrested' al p.m. Saturday in the 200 block of Sixteenth avenue SE by stale and counly law enforcement of- ficers. The warrant for Mead's arrcsl was obtained Friday after what Ihe Linn sheriff's department described as an intensive inves- Mrs. Norman Probasco Bess Probasco, of .310 Fifth avenue SE, a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids, died Saturday. Born June 26, 1885 at Cedar Rapids, thc former Bess Bizet; was married lo the late Norman ployed for 30 years as a cook at Si. Luke's liospilal. She attend- ed Westminster 'Presbyterian church. She is survived by nieces and nephews. Private services at a.m. JMonday at the Bcatty-Bcurle chapel by thc Rev. Gilbert W. G i Igan Burial: Linwood. Friends may call al Ihc chapel after 1 p.m. Sunday. Mead was being held in the counly jail on bond. Fire Damages Westside House A fire of undetermined origin caused heavy damage to a one story frame house at 1 lay afternoon. The owner and occupant, Ar- hnr Adney, was 'out of town al .he time. Fire officals said no cause for he fire had been established. The fire was confined to a bcd- and thc kitchen. POhce arrested Ihlleshcim al several persons in Ihe neigh- p.m. Saturday. lhc fire at was being held in Ihc counly m Saturday I Rebellion Crumbles Lawmaker's Son RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (Al'') FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) anli-Rovernmcnl rebellion A warrant charging posses- in Baluchislan province has siou of marijuana and LSD has crumbled, hut a search is going jcen issued for Sieve Jarmnn, on for hard core rebels slill at; 19, the son of Rep. John Jar-ilargc, Ihc government said Sal- nan lurdav. Million In 1970. the report said, 54 I a b o r organizations reported over-all political expenditures of J5.2 million during Ihe entire election year. "With million already spent, and another million in cash on hand, the expendi- tures by labor Ihis year should be an all-time thc citi- zens' foundation said. The million includes thc million in direct political contributions plus an estimated million for administrative ex- penses, staff salaries, office ren- tals and printing costs, accord- ing to foundation spokesman Kent Cooper. The labor organizations ac- counted for 80 percent of thc lotal contributions listed in the report. AFL-CIO Arm Leading Hie list of contribu- tors was thc AFL-ClO's political irm, Ihc Committee for Politi- cal Education, which so far has Leaf Burning Brings Rash of Fire Galls The first weekend of allow- able leaf burning resulted in a spent and has another larger number of fires on hand. The United Ilian usual due to violations ofJAnto Workers, an independent union, has given candidates and has another restrictions. At least nine fires were extin- guished by thc fire department because residents burned leaves on asphalt slrccls or too close to buildings or in restricted commercial areas. Thc city council Ihis week okayed open leaf burning from 7 a.m. lo 7 p.m. this weekend and thc next (wo weekends. The weekend was defined as Satur- day, Sunday and Monday. Fire officials said many resi- dents who burned leaves on as- phalt streets did not realize the roadway was composed of com- justiblc oil-based materials. to spend. Of the total labor contribu- tions, went to senate candidalcs, to house candidates while was funnclcd to national and con- gressional parly campaign com- mittees. States receiving the most in- cluded Ohio, Califor- nia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and fndiana, Lei want ads help you buy, sell or trade. Call 398-8234. I'm-: MEMORIALS SINCI-: ism 203 14th Avc. SE Phone 364-4439 Markers, Monuments and Private Mausoleums Always A Welcome Planters with Green Terrariums 1 BOO Ellis Blvd. NW FIOWERPHONE CENTURY BURIAL VAULTS Since 1927 Charles, Henrietta, Charles ,lr. Pnchobradsky MT. V10HNON TEAHEN FUNERAL HOME Marian I-'. 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