Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 23, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 23, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Rain Is expaclcd Wednesday night over Utah and Colorado, from the southern Rock- ies eastward into tho southern Plains and western Gulf coast area. Mostly fair elsewhere. DEATHSIlUnitedWay Last Stands !ftov. 5 Election St. Luke's Patient Care i 05 'Registration lay Reaches All-Time High 3A Mrs. Herbert [loots years, died Wcdiic.sday follow- lillill, at Delhi, she was married ing to chairman C. I. Hire to llcrhcrt Hoots, sr., July II, figure rcprcscnls at Cedar Rapids. I pd'ceiil of (lie goal. Mrs. DOots was a incmlicr of] coming in arc the Toddville American l.ogiunl good increases." Idee auxiliary and (lie (lold Star Molhers. Surviving an; ln.-r liusband; three sons, Ncroy N., Toddville, llcrhcrt 10., jr., Palo, and Alvin Urbana. Mo.; lour dangh- tors, Mrs. (lary 'Mucks, Madi- son, Mo., Mrs. Kdward Wolfe, Anamosa, Mrs. Harold (lladwin, Do.s Moincs, and Mrs. Rohcrl Danes, Springville; a brother, Ronald (Iray, Roach, Mo.; Ijl day for persons to register to accord- i vole or to report a change of The Weather I mined lei leaves at 901) Oakland KU Cliicaso Denver Oululh Honolulu :A L. Annglc-s 71 d3 Miami 75 vo .02 Min'.lpolis 62 .11 H OfK'.-ma 76 5? Ynrk 6.1 .13 ..51 30 es 77 73 66 Was Extended Foreeasl Partly Highs Friday in the mid 50s to low (ills. Lows in the -IDs. Highs Saturday and Sunday in the 50s and lows in C. R. Weather High Tuesday 73 Low overnight 53 Noon Wednesday C3 2 p.m G8 Precipitation None Total for October 0.811 Normal for October ____ Normal through October Total for 1974 40.80 Barometer, steady 30.HC Tnrsclay. llh-sal -urnintf al K avenue NK. p.m. Tuesday. Children L-ith niatelies to leaves at 2205 drive SK; each costs. Meter violnlh Hulicek, Second street SW; fined 830 and costs. 1'urkintf violation CIT Ser- vice Lease Corp., Kill First avenue NK; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths grandchildren and grandchildren. Services: I p.m. Saturday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. James L. Hayes of Trinity Church of Ihe Nazarcne. Burial: ;Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home aflcr 3 p.m. Thursday and al (he chapel after noon .Satur- Lilierly Dale I'hin- kelt, 45. Friday at West jT'iiiildinj; tJnited Christian Uncle-: Center. Visitation at Solder's tcrminrd lo leaves at 721 F av-l boKinninfi Thursday. KW. p.m. Tuesday. Undi'ler- Tuesday. Undeter- lielle I'lainc Charles Lein- bc'i'cr, Ilalvc'i'son's. Siji-durncy Mrs. .1. W. (Kdilh) Warchiim, 93. Friday Holm's, friends Mrs. A. Verne Wood Adalyn ,1. Kaslcy Wood, 69, of 4217 Northwood drive ME, wife of A. Verne Wood, died in a local nursing home Wednesday I'ing a long illness. She was born .Ian. 311, 1005, in mined to leaves al 2220 Grande.! may call after noon Thursday, avenue SK. j __ R 73 niined io leaves at 2305 Mead- ow kinu NF.. li Tuesday. Cause under investigation at Johnson avenue NW. p.m. Tuesday. Undeter- mined to leaves at 35U Vernon ourney. Wellman Kay Snider, 01. Friday at Powell's, 1822-Wellmail. Burial: Sharon llill cemetery, Kalona. Visitation p.m. Tuesday. UndcU'r- .2.231 mined to trash behind 3451 29.39'Ml. Vernon road SK. after 7 Wednesday. Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m. SW at 7 mph. Sun rises Thursday, sun sets, Year Ago Today 7S; low, 5il; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Thursday (Continued from Page 1.) son drew an admission from an that wliilc the original a.m. Wednesday. burglars were being tried in January. he shred- a.m. Over- healed tar keltle at 257 SW. ticatc sas ndor at H avenue and Sixih slreei NW vac at air'poA ay> a.m. Wednesday. Mistak- en alarm at Twelfth street and Twenty-ninth avenue SW. Magistrate's Court dcd two notebooks, which came !rnm House safe of E. Hunt, then among Ihe original seven Watergate defendants, h a (I compiled names and addresses of men who had 1371 brcakin al Ihe office of Daniel Hlsberg's psychiatrist, according to Bean's NOV. 11, 1950, al Cumberland, Md. Mrs. Wood was a buyer for Armstrong's before retirement, and was a member of Eastern Star Cedar Ciuip.ler ana Daugh- ters of the Niles. She is survived by her husband. Services: Turner chapel cast at .'i p.m. Thursday by Ihe Very Rev. Cannon D. A. Lofcrski of St. John's Kpiscopal church. Further services will be at Ihe Gamier and Son funeral home at Cenlralia, III. at 1 p.m. Satur- day. Burial: Hillcrcsl cemetery. Friends may call at Turner cast. Stanley addressed Kiwaniansi The Ingh court said the com-l20 imprisonment in tliciper sharc there. ,mission us improperly conslilul- rerormalory at Anamosa crcasc. Ft Ona B. Preston Ona B. Preston. of Oil) Eighth street NW, a resident of Cedar Rapids since 1919, died Tuesday in a Cedar Rapids hos- pital. She was born March 19, 1894. at Columbus, Ohio and was married Aug. 25. 1920, to Rich- C'incinna rk-vel.-in DCS Mni Detroit Indianapoli Kansas Cily Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. T.ouis Sioux Falls Thc former While Mouse coun- snid he shredded the notc- because he had known brcakin since April of 1972. Wilson also elicited Dean's dc- criplion of persuading Califor- Herbert Kalmbach original Mrs. Preston served as HH firsl woman bailiff for Linn dis- trict courl. and was a member of Beth a n y Congregational church. There are no immediate sur- 1517 Third i to raise funds for Ihe Ronald Brown, Watergate defendants. Mississippi Staqes (Flomi stages in brackets) LaCrn.ssc 12) 3.1. ri.-e .1 Wilson asked Dean whether, 'licaw, lo paying family ex- yanc-jpcnscs and lawyers' fees. Hie pin-pose of the money as de- Kalmbach was to il'lii'oid'Marion llle ir'oulhs of tllose dun June..-, silllt." Van Mi-ire.; Dean answered.''Yes, sir." Dean also testified to Idling! commented, "and wo feel con- f i d e n t Ihe will be achieved." Kice reported the following results to dale by campaign iinil: Ii nil I, Herald Smith, unit 2. Nelson Kvans, unit Joe Maxur, SI.911-1; unit 4, Harry Uennett, unit 5, Dr. James Manvillc, and .special gifts, Rice listed several lions which have surpassed last year's donations: Kings Builders, employes and members of Teamsters local 2.'18, Illli percent: Terry cent; Kaccna Co. and em- ployes, 142 percent: Ledford Engineering and employes, M9 percent; Cedar Rapids As- phalt- and Paving, employes and members of Teamsters local 238. 157 percent; and Fisher Printers and employes, percent. address for the Nov. 5 general clcclion. Linn voter registration of- ficials said that office will be open from noon to 5 p.m. Sat- urday to accommodate per- sons wishing lo register or report address changes'. Those who plan to register lo vote are asked to take some type of identification with them, and their naturalization papers if Ihey were foreign- born. Persons who have moved within Linn county must re- port their new addresses to the Linn county voter registration office by Saturday in order to vote. This may be done in person al the office, or by mail if tho p e r s o n s full name, old address, new address, and signature are included. Statistics released Tuesday ,major expansions and three nighl al the annual St. Luke's board meeting show thai patient care at the hospital reached an with over admissions major capital fund campaigns. In a financial report, it was revealed that palienl charges al the hospital increased al a less- er rale than both the cost of liv- and outpatient visits. ,..llo jllcrcases al A highlight of the hoard nieet-lother midwcstern hospitals, ing was ii surprise testimonial j TV.TJ veteran members of the for retiring of directors retired and Louis Blair, who will end nearly honorary 27 years at St. Luke's Dec. L. C. Ruinmells, West, It was noted that duringjljranch, and Joseph Riley, 130 Blair's tenure at St. Luke's, drive SE, will serve hospital has undergone five j the hospital in advisory roles. Named to replace the two were Peter Hczanson, 2111 Cot- tage Grove lane SE, and Charles Sandford, 202 Thunderbird road SE. RD n If K A iurgiary use jFMC Corps y Raye Bye, 18, whose I y II isted address is the Linn i 6! IS Terry Ilaye Dye, 1 only county jail, Tuesday was given! a 20-year prison sentence andjj two shorter concurrent sen-' Rights Unit Changes ------------------.'tenees in Linn district court for CHICAGO Sales and earn- series of summer crimes. lings of KMC Corp., which lias Dye pled guilty Oct. 1 to hur-jtwo plants in Cedar -Rapids, Operating procedures of the Cedar Rapids human rights porarily altered due to a su- glary, robbery and carrying a concealed weapon. He was charged wilh aggra- vated burglary in connection rose to record high levels in the third quarter and nine-month periods ended Sept. Sales in the third quarter rose the June 12 beating ofjto million, a 27 percent, Donald and Selma Hladky, 3218jjncrcase over the same period a (Continued from Page I.) employes an1 no! on strike, and Inadvertently, The Gazette news department received no notification of Stanley's Wednesday news conference and did not have a reporter there lo cover it. m-cme court decision this whilc nine-month i according to Ralph Coly exccu- sa! was takcn m "11S hit bllllon' "P Pcr- jlive secretary of Ihe commis-e rl !ccnt' u Judge Ansel Chapman gave! Earnings in the third quarter Dye Ihe maximum sentence of wm, million or 83 cents a OB percent in- 'or the nine months, on this charge. earnings were ?81.5 million or Kor a July 18 hold-up of per share, a 33 percent ed because the ordinance which created it does not specifieall The matter is a technicality and easily reclificd, Coty said, but until Ihe ordinance Slanley's headquarters in DCS j amended by the city council, Moincs .said notification of Ihej the rights unit is invalid. conference was called I Gazelle Tuesday afternoon but no one in the news room re- ceived the message. PDQ slore, 225 Eugewoou Coty said he will on Aug. 2. Ihe commission continue as a referral agency, accepting com- plaints and filing them with the NW, Dye was sentenced to concurrent 10-year term. Judge Chapman also gave Dye five years, again concur- rent with the first sentence, for carrying a concealed .22 caliber First notification The Gazelle stale civil rights commission. got of the conference was. a j When Ihe ordinance is amended, news release from Stanley's! eomplainanls will be asked to headquarters that arrived about [formally file wilh Ihe local com- too late lo send a re-1 mission, porter to (he conference. j Although Ihe court decision Stanley visited The Gazelle'last, week stripped the commis- office 'afler the conference andision of its powers, Coly said no reviewed whal had lakcn place. He said lin Imri pointed out ins opponent, Congressman John Culver, Cedar Rapids Democrat, has "the worst ab- senlce record of any Iowa congressman" and apparently is "determined lo sel a new absenteeism record for an Inwa congressman." nirsdav I10 Services: a.m. Tin al Heally-Bcurlc chapel by the Rev. Mary While. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at the chapel. Friends may if they wish contribute to Bethany Con- gregational church memorial fund. DubUHUo lYi i.l. mi c I) a v e ii 111; r t 1151 Keokuk Hi I ri.-c .I C'ed-.ir a I ('.IS. fall .01 Coralviile Late Pool level Wednesday Births Mercy (M. To the familiis "I Kvart Vroonland. l.intnar drive NK. a son: Lewis Ycicli. Atkins, a .Tames Smith, 3717 Western Pine driv. Frank Bennett llnMins.l Frank Bennett, 98. a residenl of Ihe dangers of the1 of the Cedar Rapids area Ihe defendants 'telling two died Wednesday knew lo federal a Manon nursmS hln11'- -rs. i lie was born Oct. Hi. 11170, al "I said 'I'm vcrv Mr. Bennett farmed in respondents have lakcn advan- lagc of the ruling and refused lo work wilh the commission on pending complaints. Free Meal tviay Prove Expensive Tommio Glenn Tramel, 19. of 1930 Park avenue SE, was charged Wednesday with de- frauding an innkeeper and re- sisting an officer after he alle- gedly left the Hamburg Inn, 512 Center Point road NE, without charge by claiming i, record of payillf, Guilty Plea by Elberon James Kent Brant II, 18, of El- Sales in FMC's machinery group rose 15 percent in the third quarter. Profits, however, were adversely affected by ship- yard operations, widespread cost increases and strikes at six plants, the firm's report said. While the rale of increase in backlog of unfilled orders in the machinery group has slowed, the outlook in the fourlh quarter is for continued growth and im- .Stanley repealed earlier state- ments that Culver has missed 28 Tcent of the voles in Ihis Culvcr has answered the 'i V license violation Mili-hell. :'II-IO Carr SK: lined S25 and costs. lam Toddville; d Lucas. I-llill Keill 1'ineil sir> and ci el Serhfiiirek.l they SK: fined i-n.-l--. Helen Plumb. C.vii'tiT Point; said of his meeting on i the L'dell area most of his life until moving lo Cedar Rapids to live with his niece, Mrs. Altlo .ladrnicck. now of rural Marion. Mr. Bennett was a member of Udell United Brethren church. Services: a.m. Kriday in Miller-Wehrle funeral home in Centcrville. Burial: Kenta cem- etery. Murdoch funeral home in having voled on 87 percent of roll calls in his 10 years in congress, which he claims is above that of the average con- gressman. "Culver's Stanley said, "is thai lie spends Kill days a year in his dislricl. Kill his slory is sheer distortion. "Congress was in session only 11-1 days lasl year and Culver could have spent 251 days in his districl without missing a vote in Washington." Stanley said I ha! he was asked al the conference if ab- senteeism is the big issue in (his spending Tramel was arrested ill, his home after a witness gave po- lice the license number of the car seen leaving the restaurant iit the time of Ibc incident. Police said Tramcl ordered a vegetable cheeseburger, frcnch fries and pop totaling til bcron was sentenced to 10 years in the men's reformatory al Anamosa in Linn dislrict courl Tuesday after pleading guilty to breaking and entering. Judge Robert Osmundson sus- pended (lie senlence and or- dered Brant placed on probation to (he chief parole officer. He further stipulated thai Brant's sentence will run con- currently with a sentence, im- posed in Benton county. Brant had pled guilty to breaking into Gary's Standard stalion, 2011 Sixteenth avenue SW, on July 19. )f El-proved- profitability, the com- I'ears pany said. (Continued from Page 1.) more is cruel advice lo families whose paycheck will not cover bare necessities. Muskie offered these alterna- pany Company-wide. Chairman Robert H. Malotl said sales for Ihe year are expected lo pass Ihe billion mark. Bowler Has Low Bid On C. R. Sewer Job Bowler Construction Co. sub- mitted the lowest of six bids Wednesday for construction of a storm sewer in Hertz drive NF, between Parkwood drive and Norwood drive. The company bid Three other bids were also below the engineer's estimate of The other bids were by Ray Bertelli Sons, Inc.; by Concrete Mainte- nance Co.; by Bjornscn Investment Corp.; by Dave Schmitl Construction Co., ives: A national Ihe big price restraint aimed at assur- ing businessmen that labor and a.m. Wednesday and left 'materials costs will moderate without paying. land workers that the cost of liv- After his arrest. Tramel allc- wil1 hecomc manageable. Ifl R gedly began fighting with does not do the job.! fleers in a booking room at controls should fol-i police station. 'low. j -q _______________ Tax equity for all, including increases in the minimum tax] on (he wealthy and in estate! i taxes. Ford's proposed surtax [on corporations should be kepi nil force for the same period as! his proposed increase in invest-. Teachers from Benlon, Cedar, 'incut lax credits "so that ordi- ianci 100.50, by Lametii and policy of wage- Rons. tffdrr -Kupitli Joini County Book Exchange Set Established In 1883 by The Gaicllc Co. Dubilstif-d cifillv and Sunday at SOO Third ove. Cedar Roplds, lowu 52-JOA. By mall: Hloht Ertition and Sundav' :s a month, 139.00 a year: At- in tditions and Sundav 7 S3.85 u month, S40.00 a year. Other states find U S. territories S60.QO a year. No Mall Subscripllono acceoled in areas havlno Gazette carrier icrvlcc. Ihe Associated Press Is entillcd exclusively lo the ujc for republicotlon of all the local news printed In this news- popur os well as all Ap news dtipotches. _.................................... _ t J Johnson, Linn, and Wash-1nary working Amoricnns not from Pago I.) jMar'mn was of local wil' be lo foo! the bill for business' married iproof CORKITSS air flm ollu-rs." tho sec-'investment in Ihe fnture. Slanlcv addressed the ;innuf club al'the Tniversitv of lowaiurdjl-v ai Joinl scliooltho high price oi oil includin- hiuh .school, a veleran ofi rill m for noon and 'was Slxlh SW- :l1 anri (lt'- ,1 i.ai i ic iiiiuMiiiin iiin. ii.i, ioi rear, more hail I HI manding hat an omnbic Mie and a memlwr lo rriurn lo h1 a graduate of, Mrs. Charles Gill S( Patrick's Catholic church. he SW, widow of Charles K. Cill cxchangetl improve Oxford and had been a residenl SK.' Ireland, Cedar Hapids; and his iri'aiii.gi'i'iiidpaiTiits. Mr. and .Mrs. -Mi> Waller Knrlh. Lisbon. Services: Noon Friday al SI. I'alrick's Calholic church by the .hi.M'pii Schneider, Ilir Hcv. Mai'lin Laugblin, and (hi1 Kev. Carl liii's. coiicelehranls. S'-i'viccs: IViiding a bt1 held al the n I'sidi- in l Mrinori'il ccinelcry Ihe American Lc- gion. Prayer MMTHT: p.m. v Thursday al Turner chapel we.sl i liiu-il by Iho Mai'lin Langhlin. P-oi- l-'ricnds may regisler al Turner Tlic caskcl mil school.s. i Making sure that any Ix'lt- Davc Baldwin, director of Ihe'lighlening by culling federal curriculum laboratory, i.s in spending takes inlo full account' charge of Ihe exchange. All "whose' middle gets six-county area Ford should spell oul before Ihc chapel Memorial Services Wilson, l.nui.sc M. lUmmcIs-! cliaiicl u'ci.l al i Thur.'.ilav liv Ibcj Id'V. I.clan.l Ii. linl.csb. liunal will In- in SI. Slrpbrns Ici-y al Atkins Kni'iuls rulh a! 't'lirnrr 1' Up Someone's d3y fr'owers HDSU SKDP 1000 Ellis Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366- 1 (126 Always Show You fl Seasons 30IB HI. VtrnM Kd. 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