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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa —Daily Record— 65 42 none 0.88 The Weather Ili^h Saturday IO p.m. Saturday Rainfall Total for October Normal for October    2.26 Normal through October 29 59 Total for 1974    40 80 Barometer, steady 3026 Humidity at IO p.m. 67% Hind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at IO p.m. NE at 14 mph Sun rises Monday, 7:26; sun sets, 6:16. Year Ago Today - High, 71; low, 42; rainfall, none. Fires 11:14 a.m. Saturday. Brush fire 4200 block of East Post road SE. 11:49 am. Saturday. Controlled burning at 3600 block of Bever avenue SE. 12:05 p.m. Saturday. Undetermined to trees and brush west of Blue Ridge drive NE. 1:15 p.m. Saturday. Resuscitator call at 4217 Council street NE. 1:35 p.m. Saturday. Illegal burning at 4425 Center Point road NE. 2:31 p.m. Saturday. Burning leaves on asphalt in front of 1726 D avenue NE. 2:49 p.m. Saturday. Undetermined to leaves at Mt. Vernon road and Thirtieth street SE. 3:02 p.m. Saturday. Train to grass at Thirty-seventh avenue and Twenty-first street SW. 3:45 p.m. Saturday. Improper burning at 619 A avenue NW. 4:11 p.m. Saturday. Cause under investigation at 1333 Twenty-first avenue SW. 4:14 p.m. Saturday. Leaves to trash at 3325 Southland drive SW. 4:24 p.m. Saturday. Burning on asphalt at 1430 N street SW. 4:31 p.m. Saturday. Undetermined to leaves at Blake boulevard and Nassau street SE. 4:41 p.m. Saturday. Burning on asphalt at 236 Fifteenth street NW. 4:51 p.m. Saturday. Burning on asphalt at 1603 Maple drive NW. 4:53 p.m. Saturday. Improper burning at rear of 410 Twenty-second street NE. 6:05 pm. Saturday. Burning on asphalt at 1432 Ninth street SW. 6:40 p.m. Saturday. Undetermined to leaves at Glass road and Redbud road NE. Births — Mercy Oct. 18 — Mr. and Mrs. William Good, 1655 Eighteenth street NW, a son. . Ort. 19 — Mr. and Mrs. Donald King, 1521 Hillside drive NW, a son. Births — St. Luke s Ort. 18 — To the famines of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Q. Shaver, 2443 Illinois street, a son: Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Smith. 1023 Twenty-fifth street NE, a son. and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Shelton, 1291 Elmhurst drive NE, a daughter. Oct. 19 — To the families of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald. 1135 Blairs Ferry | road. Marion, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs John L. Harder. Keystone, a daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bariff, 1603 Chestnut lane NE, a son. Out of Town Births At Washington — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tullis , a daughter Oct. 18. Tullis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tullis, 1680 A avenue, Marion. Mrs. Tullis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Thorsen, Solon. Iowa Deaths Keota Hahn. Albert J. Services:    IO    Monday    at St. Mary’s Catholic church. Rosary 7:30 pin. Sunday at Powell Funeral home, Keota. Burial: St. Mary’s cemetery. I Amani Mary Roshek, 91. Monday lo, Brosh’s in Cedar Rapids, where friends may call Sunday. Bello Plaine — Mary Kopeck, HI. Monday at 2 at Hra-bak’s. i Bennett- - Harold E. Kleepc, 162, Monday at I, Sheets and I Sons, where friends may call after 7:30 Saturday. Chelsea — Mary I,. Konicek, Hi. Monday 2, Hrabak’s. Elkader - Elsie Portwine, 82. Monday at 1:30, Congregational United Church of Christ Visitation after 10:30 Sunday, Witt's Ely Bruce Tomlinson, 78. La .Folia, Calif Services pend-ing in California. La Porte City — Margaret Roifenrath, 82. Services: Tuesday at lo at Sacred Heart church, La Porte City. Rosary Monday at 8 p.m. at the French funeral home, Reinbeck. Burial: Monti cemetery, Coggon. Newhall—Elmer H. Wcrning, 76. Monday 1:30, St. John’s Lutheran. Visitation after noon Sunday at Fellmet’s in Keystone. Postville — George Brainard, HO. Monday at 1:30, Community Presbyterian church. Schutte’s. Victor — Herman F. Sohwie-bert, 95. Monday at 2. McAn-inch’s. Regis Sets Stage Play, "Hay Fever I lie Cedar Kaput.'.    Son.,    Ot    tuber    20,    1974 11 Regis high school will present ‘Hay Fever” by Noel Coward Mrs. Frank Hough Elmer J. Rochlitz Beulah I. Hough, 83, widow of Elmer J. Rochlitz, 77, the Frank Hooch 200 Lincoln former owner of Cedar Rapids fnth^* .h’fti^dT^h.m 1 8 P ’ m ‘ Heights drive SE*, died Saturday Heating Co., died Sunday in in the school auditorium.     a ^ cr a bldc f Unless.    Hermosa Beach, Calif. Tickets for the 1920’s comedy    ,    '    .     M . He was born Dec. 17, 1896, in are available at the door, lrom ,^ r " eb m 8 ; r “!' “ “KS Central City, Neb. and lived in members of the cast. or from h w “    „     0    * rJnk Cedar Rapids for 40 years. He the school. Admission is $2 for Hough ut Cedar Rapids.     re(ircd in ' l96 , and ™ ved adults and $1 for students.    Surviving are a son Jasper Manhattan Beach, Calif. ‘ Sup The comedy centers on a zany ? USS f t , t ’ ( !, M ^u v iV\° viv ‘ng are bis wifc » Huth. thro*; family called the Blisses who    '.L    ',,, '. „ a sons, John. Manhattan Beach, have invited visitors home for the weekend. to their *‘ am ’ * >ar k. HI., and Mrs, Clarence Mainor, Cedar Rapids; Charles Bough, ,    ..    ,    ,______ Rapids;    a sister, Mrs. David Bliss are played by Carol walter Schultz, Cedar Rapids; a O’Brien and Bruce Jacobs, re- •    ~    -    ...    «    .. a step-son, The lead roles of Judith and Gedar Richard, Hermosa Beach and James, Portola Valley, Calif., and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death in 1969 by his first wife Florence Scanlan u Dnen ann arace .lacoos, re- brolhcr< George Reynolds, Salt spectively. Their children Sorel » rilv . ffM , r f , r;i ndrhildrpn \JLa       u..i Ldke    ,0 i    r    grandchildren     Serv ices    and burial were Thursday in Manhattan Beach. I and Simon arc portrayed by ;Lynn Henecke and Mark Val-; Here. Sisters Convene Gazette Photo by Tom berryman Sister Mary Cephas Wichman, left, major ruporior of the Cedar Rapids Sisters of Mercy, and Sister Cathleen Toomey, director of the National Sisters Vocational Conference, paused during tho midwest meeting in Cedar Rapids Saturday of tho Federation of Sisters, to view an historic letter. The letter is from Mother MacAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy in Ireland, to Mother Frances Warde, First 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 12,000 members of the midwest Sisters of Mercy attended the meeting at Sacred Heart convent. Others in the cast are Sandy Tyred played by Bl aire Ahearn; Myra Arundel by Donna Foley; Memorial Services and four-great grandchildren Memorial services will be 10:30 a rn. Monday at Turner chapel cast by Dr. Wayne Shire-; w.n vf I,-;ret R-'niiet rhnrr-h Turner, William B. — Turner man o. First Baptist church. | chapc| cast at 3 pm hy thc ... v,.,,!. ^-....i. -    , ■ B u r I a I :    Shiloh cemetery. J, ( . v George Moore. Burial: Iticnara ny Murk .v ial, jackie.priencJs may call at Turner Cedar Memorial. Friends may by Sue Renner, and maids I c h a j)el east until IO a m. Mon- ‘ all until 2:30 p.m. Monday, played by Shawn Froehoe and dav    ( .. us g cd w m no t be Thc casket wi)l not bc opened Debby Fisher Stanley, Culver Speak, On Urban Problems Rockefeller— (Continued from Page I.) and now' it puts me apparently in a difficult situation.” There was little congressional reaction to Rockefeller’s disclosure. as congress began its month-long recess. Sen. Javits (R-N.Y.) told broadcasters in Buffalo. ”1 would not think it was a fatal blow, but this is a     I0 WA CITY (AP) - ‘ Federal Iowa City, Dubuque, Clinton and Mb f ?    u" 1    u-    legislation to provide operating elsewhere.” Id kh XeS ’ US €r    subsidies for hard-pressed city- Culver said he is confident the could sink him.    owned bus systems in Iowa will measure ‘‘will be acted upon in Rockefeller disagreed wit hi be enacted after the November November or December.” Stanley, speaking about rove-; nue sharing, said, “To some extent congress has doublecrossed local governments. “It provided revenue .sharing for local and state governments, but allowed runaway inflation to Javits’ assessment.    elections when congress returns ‘‘If he talked to me about it, to work,” Rep. Culver (D-Iowa) he’d see there is no problem says. about it at all,” he said. “It’s, His remarks were in a state-entirely normal.”    ment    for delivery to the annual It was so normal and “not a conference of the Iowa league disclosure,” he added, that he of Municipalities which ended had not talked to President Ford its two-day meeting in Iowa City continue. Tha! inflation has about it.    Saturday. Senator Tower <R-Tex.) said Republican David Stanley, Rockefeller was not damaged Culver’s opponent for a U.S. too seriously. “It doesn’t help.” senate seat, also addressed the he said. ‘‘But when you read conference. eaten into the meaningful benefit provided through revenue sharing Best Government down in the story, there will be no sessed.” it indicated penalty as- ‘ Revenue Sharing” Reports Theft Of $2,040 at T advocated ‘‘expansion of federal revenue sharing to local governments.” He said ‘‘inflation must be brought under control to Massacre— (Continued from Page I.) fill Saturday night a year ago. Cox said he has been heartened that Europeans now recog n i z e Americans were “right in their perception” of the seriousness of Watergate, which he said was a “question of the abuse of power and the danger of excessive power in the highest places.” Ruckelshaus said the public’s reaction to the “massacre” was “so much stronger than I anticipated that it left me with a very strong feeling about the wisdom of the American people. “The fact that they saw the President somehow putting himself above the law and insisted that a successor to Mr. Cox be appointed was very reassuring,” he said. Evangelist Asks Court To Void His Ouster DES MOINES Buddy Tucker has filed suit in Polk county district court asking the actions of four persons opened after the service. Mrs. Pat Denin Bessie March Denin, after the service * * * Dolan, Kila — 9:30 a rn. Monday in St. Patrick’s Catholic church by the Rev. Carl 82. of Hies. Rosary: 6:30 p.m. Sunday 11232 Eleventh street NW, widow at tho Teahen, chapel by the of Pat Denin, died early Satur-i Kni K hts ” f Columbus. Prayer ’    *4 v • r service at 7 p m. by Father day at her home after a brief* Evangelist | illness. Born in Mahaska county on Ries. March 4, 1892. she had been a resident of Cedar Rapids since who removed him as head of an ]923 shc and Mr 0(;nin were evangelistic association be void- married in Kirksville, Mo. Feb. 12. 1915. Buddy Tucker Evange- Labor— (Continued from Page I.) ed. The on goal a gain of more than 40 seats in the house. That would put Democrats in the range of lictin a cen alen iznnum ae ih/J    * s surv * ved by two dau S» _ two-thirds control, making for a listic Assn., also known as the ters bachel pellet, Alburnett, ‘veto-proof” congress The 435-Iowa Evangelistic Assn., owns d Irene McVay. Cedar me 'J r congress. DHS 435- radio station KTOF-FM, 158 Col-    -    -    -    ■     membor house is currently “Since revenue sharing was first introduced, the theory that T    ,    .    .    I the best government is govern- -on. closest io the people has been proven many times. Local It certainly ought to be a officials have proven that they! ,esson to an y P ublic official can manage money to benefit j that if a mistake is made — .    .    .    ...    [Citizens better than any Wash-! even a serious one — the best make revenue    sharing    benefits    j n g 4on bureaucrat.”    course is always to tell the meaningful.    Stanley said    other    ways    must    truth. The American people Culver told    delegates    that    be found to    ‘‘incorporate    the    are perfectly willing to accept I    not    mistakes by public officials, radio siauon Mur-i.w, im un-     nn „    <- nn    a    odar    .    .    ”    rv # a line    MI.’ on,! ri,ricH,n Kapifls, one son. Izec a.,    ctuar     made u of 2 48    Democrats    and lins road NE, and the ChristianjR a p} ds; five sisters, Ethel    Grey,    j 87 Republicans book store 529 l-ourth aycriueL ttumwa> June PaWck> Silvie Th( .'    ,     of „ aininB 4# or SE, and radio station FDMI-KM, nd „ rs Hazel Chilcote all of    *    •    i    f n y* •    Manners, iiazu unucoie, an 01 more s eats is derived from an 8 "    '    ^ ,    ,    Oskaloosa, and Bertha Cooper, AFI^CIO list of 83 key races, at The suit charges Tuckers re-Albia; one brother, Perry Tyr-j the heart of which are 47 dis _ moval as president and chair- re l, Oskaloosa; fourteen grand- tricts _ nearly half of them I man of    the board    of the (.or- children and twelve    great-    concentrated in    the    eight    Mid- poration    on August    13, by four grandchildren. Services    will     western statcs other board members is invalid, be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at is backing a _______   0 Named as defendants were Downs funeral home in Albia by a g a j n<d Republican office hold-Eldon Schlenker, Rachael Agee, the Rev. Donald Plum. Burial: „ r< . Maxine Bruinekoo! and Ralph E. Bethel cemetery. Friends may iDuckw’orth. all of whom are call at Turner chapel west until Polk county residents.    9 p m. Monday.    i    In    1970.    the    report said, 54 Tucker said the four also are    - labor organizations reported employed by the non-profit cor- Mrs Norman Probasco poration. in which labor is backing a direct challange ii ers. $5.2 Million In 1970. the report said, Paul J. Harrington, 1418 Fifth avenue SE, Saturday reported    .      -    — r — $2,040 in cash taken from his bus s y stems provide a much revenue sharing concept, locker while he was getting a nee( | e d service for thousands of on iy favor maintenance of cur-| but they are not willing to ac massage at thc YMCA.    low-income and elderly Iowans ren f levels of revenue sharing copt efforts to deny the mis- Harrington told police he who have . no .. 0,her means of ifrom Washington to local gov Mead Arrested For Arson of Former Tavern locked the money inside the transportation.’ crnment, but an increase in the locker When he returned the! Culver    said    a bi " be(or *    amounts.” ockcr. wnen ne rclu " ,c l d ' ae Congress    would    authorize fund-    stanley    said    he    wasn't    ad- locker was still secured, but the .    ®    „    ..     p    .IV.    ,     r ---------------- r — money was missing from an in- 1 3    y    vocating    increased    federal     wa s    doing    ...    I should have n T ey "“. mlSS ! ng . lrom an m the nation's financially troubled snouting, “but a shift in priori '    ' takes.” Bork said his only regret was that he had not “gone public faster to explain what I over-all political expenditures of „ u on    <• im $5 2    million    during the entire Bess Probasco, 89,    of 310 Fifth “7     b avenue SE. a     mi „ ion a|rcady Cedar Rapids, died Saturday. : spcn() ^ anothcr R? mi]| ^ Born June 28, 18K at Cedari dn casb on band, the expendi-Rapids, the former Bess Bizek f Ures by labor this year should was married to the late Norman ^ an a ll-time record,” the citi-SG. Probasco She was em-: zens ’ foundation said. Thomas Mead, 26. was arrest-;ployed for 30 years as a cook at The $4 g milUon Eludes the ed    Saturday    on    a    warrant    st.    Luke’s hospital.    She attend- $2 8    million    jn direct poij t i ca i charging    him    with    arson    in    the     e d    Westminster Presbyterian oontributions    plus an estimated Pre Ocu 4 that damaged the church.    $ 2 million for administrative ex- w r! > C D H cu/ ern ’    She    is    survived    by    nieces    and    ponses, staff salaries, office ren- roat * sw *    nephews.    tals and printing costs, accord- spokesman side suit coat pocket. Six Slain in Holdup Try NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (AP) — Four men and two women were shot to death in an at- tempted holdup at a bakery Sat- ™” t c| ,     bus    gy ^ s ™ r-™. urday night, police said.    _     in    MoinfS    Cedar    „ apids population. ties so that more money currently in categorical grants will be distributed to local governments through revenue shar- mass transit systems. “Congress is setting aside $500 million to finance municipally owned bus systems in smaller cities, those with popu- ing.” lations of under 50.000,” Culver___ Need Subsidies    Food— “I know that operating sub- (Continued from Page I.) sidles are badly needed by report. Ford— A customer alerted police about 8 p.m. CDT and officers found six victims, all killed by shotgun blasts, inside the Donna Lee Bakery. It was not known if any money was taken An all-points bulletin was issued for four men in a 1968 or Bork said the Nixon administration might be viewed I some point to feed the growing 1 more favorably in the future, but the massacre “will never be viewed favorably — there Meade, who gave a Davenport j private services at 10:30 a m. jug to foundation address, was arrestedsat 1:50 Monday at the Beatty-Beurle Kent Cooper. ------------------------p-m*. ^ turd ay in the 200 block     c b a pei by the Rev.    Gilbert W.i The labor    organizations    ac- explained at    once why the    of Sixteenth avenue Sh by state    q i j g a n . Burial:    Un wood. counted for    80 percent    of    the (Watergate)    investigations    j anc J 001171 ^ ,avv enforcement of-     Kriends may ca n a t    the chapel total contributions listed    in    the and prosecutions were in no    Beers.    after I p m. Sunday. danger. I didn’t realize the j The warrant for Mead s arrest    —.-_ importance of reassuring the was obtained Friday after whati. • ■    •    RrSiiac public immediately that noth- tbe ^* nn sheriffs department L69T    DiSllga ing that happened would en- described as an intensive inves- D^L *8 ITSfn 0^11$ danger the cases in any way.” «g a 'i<>n.    nasll OI rile (Jails Mead was being held in the 1 fj rs j weekend of allow county jail on $20,000 bond. AFL-CIO Arm Leading the list of contributors was the AFL-ClO’s political arm, the Committee for Political Education, which so far has “During 1974, conservative es ! timates are that somewhere between 200 and 400 million of our fellow human beings will stare starvation directly in the face,”; is no way it can be. It is always going to be on the loss side of the ledger.” Fire Damages Westside House able leaf burning resulted in a    spent    $513,497 and has another larger number of fires calls    $170,733 on hand. The United than usual due to violations of    Auto    Workers, an independent restrictions.    {union, has given candidates At least nine fires were extin- $490,056 and has another $616,671 . guished by the fire department to spend. A    fire    of    undetermined    origin    bemuse residents burned leaves Of    the total labor contribu- caused    heavy    damage    to    a    one     on asphalt streets or too close    tions,    $1,033,025 went to senate Grain— (Continued from Page I.) ofhcr grain-based products were    Hillesheim Is Charged ^.ty^^av^SW 8,17 comnlcrcjal areas . h “' h    pcrsons    mosl    01    ,h,m    cm ‘    With Drunk Driving d a > afternoon. The owner and occupant, Ar- high.    persons The Soviets bought 17 million dr °n five years of age and tons of U. S. grain in 1972 and under story frame house at 11333 to buildings or in restricted candidates, $1,559,423 to house candidates while $255,650 was The city council this week;funneled to national and con-okayed open leaf burning from 7 gressional party campaign com- IContinued from Page I.) stop wringing our hands in Aration, let’s stop casting acajous and seeking political wnie points with our prob- s. It is a message that s it is too late for politics as a1,” Ford added “It is too f to play games with the eco-nic future of every working n and working woman across United States.” I five stops iii the Carolinas, d was greeted by crowds orally large and friendly, at the Greensboro airport, ut a dozen demonstrators sled signs sajing: ‘ Dump •ky,” “Rocky is nothing but rich Nixon and ‘ Pardon n Dean ’ will perish as a direct] Le Roy E. Hillesheim, .*18, of )#h|Ip Arinpv    of    town    air    *    „     (U .    .    .     u . 19*9    Pontiac afte'Cthe ano,h <' r 17    in    resu " of ,0 ° IHtto ,ood ,oeat ”    *'* E avenuc MV - was ^cd ^ time    ,     P , m    'Z    ? grWn '     af ‘ er    ,hC    Adequate    Harvel    j    WW*    most cropland al-1 Saturday with drunk drivin* %^ ricals said n0 causc [or ^    «    » eekends -    ^ shootings, which occurred between 7 and 7:45 p m. CDT. police said 2 Jailed for Receipt Of Stolen Property States receiving the most included Ohio, $354,968; California, $ 1 9 2,537; Michigan, $146,545; Pennsylvania, $142,472; _ „    ,    „... , . room and tbo kitchen.     derds    w bo    burned    leaves on as- and Indiana, $140,632. I olice arrested Hillesheim at Several persons in the neigh- pha]t streets d i d not rea i ize t h e ! - day, Sunday and Monday. Simon" said "that" Soviet of-    7^2     alle?!, : dl - v 11     obSer " d    thi-"fire" had’ tam ''establish^' IWCt ' kCnd W8S d * ft * d “ ^ Heals toldI Urn during his MOS- havc Wn atlrib P uled t0 jnten- 1600 block of C^slrcct SW. ”     0 Th< ' lirc H ^ k °“ ,# 3    «f f * ials    •»»» cow visit that the Russian hor- sificd cultivalioI1 of , and alrcad y     rmm ,h “ vest was expected to be ade quate this year as far as human! « Food production’from the 3.5 ™ hddinThe counttVIil     re P orted    the    f,rc    at    4:11    roadway    was    composed    of    com-!    Let    want    ads    help you buy consumption was concerned but binion £ res currcntIv undcr v    ,     1    8    y    J    P     m -    Saturday.    bustible    oil-based    materials.    j    sell    or    trade.    Call    398-8234. A Cedar Rapids couple were    that imports weie required    to    cultivation must be dramatical- ° n n charged Saturday with receiv-.feed livestock.    jy    increased if mass starvation ing stolen property taken in a    The new agreement also re-     man y of the world's citizens breakin last week at the Van    fleets a different combination    of     is    to ^ avoided •• the Steenis auction house, 2204 A com and wheat which in turn is states Rebellion Crumbles report street SW.    indicative of the U. S. crop situ- David G. Burtle, 20, and his ation. wife. Sharon, 18. of 1220 Third The aborted sale had called street SE. were arrested at 4:30 for more than twice as much p m. at their residence.     oorn as wheat while the new Police said some missing an- agreement covers almost an tiques were recovered in the oqual amount of both grams couple’s home.    The U. S. wheat crop is expect- They were being held in the cd to reach record highs this county jail on bond of $1,000 .'oar but the corn harvest is ex- mm* each filar Rapid** (0*nft4f itirrl in IMI bv Th* OOI*"* <° lined dotty ond Sunday ct SJO , si I *dot Hopid», lo*o SIAO* tat! uo»to«* POid of Cedor BMO ption rote* by    O moil Nitfh! I ll ti O month OO a v*or Af I dlOont ond Sunday / *'*u« nnth 440 OO a year Ofh#r »tot*» ,°.mio.r.4 4»0 00ay*or No Mod tionv o<< toted in or*0» hovtno ort tor Mf via* i,oi totod Ft*»» ** *ntttl*d ,l ¥ lo th* u»* fo> ' epubln Olton of y „tnV*» P'l"'*' 1 •" **lto*ott Ae n**» dl»p«tih.* peeled cent. to be down by 18 |H*r- Stnior Crtiztn Busts Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 308-5605 Elsewhere KUO-332-5934 Lawmaker’s Son    RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) FORT COLLINS, Colo. 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