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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa r"r NAtfOMM WtATHtt MKV ICI fOttCASI *• FAS'IST EMB DEATHS un wt ATMit force Ail Rain is expected Wednesday night over Utah and Colorado, from the southern Rockies eastward into tho southern Plains and western Gulf coast area. Mostly fair elsewhere. High The Weather temperatures Tuesday. pwafures overnight ana incnes of pct c Pitatio" Anchorage M M M L Anagles 73 63 Atlanta 64 36 Miami 75 IO .02 Bismarck SI 24 Min apoiis 62 41 Chicago 68 57 N Orleans 76 59 Denver 54 35 New York 63 4 8 Duluth 54 30 Phoenix 77 64 .44 Honolulu 68 77 Seattle 59 36 Houston 78 66 Washington 65 37 AA-Min r.<I drive SF.; each fined $25 and costs. Meter violation Charles Bulicek, I BIK Second street SW; fined $30 and costs. Parking violation CIT Service Lease Corp., 1314 First avenue NE; fined $15 anti costs. Mrs. Herbert Boots Helen M. Boots, 65, of 2377 Thompson street SE, a Cedar! Rapids resident more than 45! years, died Wednesday following a long illness. Born Dec. 5, IMH, at Delhi, she was married to Herbert L Boots, sr., July 3, 1924, at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Bbots was a member of the Toddville American legion auxiliary and the Gold Star Mothers. Surviving an* her husband; three sons, U*roy N., Toddville. Herbert E., jr., Palo, and Alvin L., Urbana, Mo.; four daughters, Mrs. Gary Meeks, Madison, Mo., Mrs. Edward Wolfe, Anamosa, Mrs. Harold Gladwin,! De$ Moines, and Mrs. Robert I Danes, Springville; a brother.! Ronald Gray, Roach, Mo ; 31 grandchildren and 14 greatgrandchildren. Services: I p.m. Saturday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. James L. Hayes of Trinity Church of the Nazarene. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home after 3 p.m. Thursday and at the chapel after noon Saturday. United Way Saturday Last Drive Stands Nev, 5 Election At$130,105 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., October 23, 1971 3A St. Luke's Patient Care Registration Day    Reaches All-Time High Mrs. A. Verne Wood Adalyn J. Easley Wood, 69, of 4217 Northwood drive NE, wife of A. Verne Wood, died in a local nursing home Wednesday Extended Forecast — Partly cloudy Friday through Sunday with a chance of rain Friday. Highs Friday in the mid 50s to low 60s. IiOws in the 40s. Highs Saturday and Sunday in the 50s and lows in 30s. C. R. Weather High Tuesday ..............73 mined to leaves at 900 Oakland road NE. 6:42 p.m. Tuesday. Illegal burning at 1516 K avenue NE. j    Iowa Deaths 6:52 p.m. Tuesday. Children W'est Liberty — Dale Plun-with matches to leaves at 2205 kett 45 Fnday at 1;3() West forest drive SE.    Building United Christian,.    ,    ... 7:33 p.:n. Tuesday. I ndc- Center. Visitation at Snider’s following a long illness. Ermined to leaves at 721 F av-1 beginning Thursday.    I    She    was    born Jan. 30, 1905, in Belle Plaine — Charles Loin- Salem, 111., and was married borer, 90. Halverson’s. Sigourney — Mrs. J. W. (Edith) Wareham, 93. Friday. at 1:30, Holm’s, where friends | Mrs. Wood was a buyer for I there may call after noon Thursday, i Armstrong’s before retirement, Delta — Fred R. Colbert, 79.1 and was a member of Eastern Friday at 10:30, Holm’s, Sigourney. Wellman — Ray Snider, 91. Friday at 10:30, Powell’s, The Linn county United Way campaign total Wednesday reached $130,105, according lo chairman C. I. Rice This figure represents 10 4 percent of the $1,250,830 goal. “Reports coming in are showing good increases,” Rice commented, “and we feel con-f i d e n t the goal will tx 1 achieved .” Rice reported the following results to date by campaign unit: Unit I, Herald Smith, $95,958; unit 2, Nelson Evans, $1,591; unit 3, Joe Mazur, $1,984; unit 4. Barry Bennett, $10,269; unit 5, Dr. James Manville, $15,152; and special gifts, $5,150. Rice listed several organizations which have surpassed last year’s donations: Kings Builders, employes and members of Teamsters local 238, 106 percent: Terry Durin and employes. 126 percent; Kacena Co and employes, 142 percent; Ledford Engineering and employes, 149 percent; Cedar Rapids Asphalt and Paving, employes and members of Teamsters local 238. 157 percent; and Fisher Printers and employes, 565 percent. Saturday will be the last day for persons to register to vote or to report a change of address for the Nov. 5 general election. Linn voter registration officials said that office will be open from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday to accommodate persons wishing to register or report address changes. Those who plan to register to vote are asked to take some type of identification with them, and their naturalization papers if they were foreign-born. Persons who have moved within Linn county must re-}*>rt their new addresses to the Linn county voter registration office by Saturday in order to vote. This may be done in person at the office, or by mail if the person’s full name, old address, new address, and signature are included. Statistics released Tuesday .major expansions and three night at the annual St. Luke’s major capital fund campaigns. board meeting show that patient I [ n a financial report, it was care at the hospital reached an | revealed that patient charges at all time high in the past year t be hospital increased at a less-with over 150.000 admissions er rate than both the cost of liv-and outpatient visits.    j n g index and rate increases at A highlight of the board meet- other midwestern hospitals, ing was a surprise testimonial; Two veteran members of the for retiring superintendent board of directors retired and Louis Blair, who will end nearly | were named to the honorary 27 years at St. Luke’s Dec. 31. board. L. C. Bummells, West. It was noted that during Branch, and Joseph Riley, 130 Blair’s tenure at St. Luke’s, the Thompson drive SE, will serve hospital has undergone five the hospital in advisory roles. 1 Named to replace the two were Peter Bezanson, 2111 Cottage Grove lane SE, and Charles Sandford, 292 Thunderbird road ISE. 20-YearTerm To Dye in C.R. Burglary Case FMC Corps Tells Record High Earnings Undeter- bchind 412 K enue NW. 7:51 p.m. Tuesday, mined to leaves avenue NW. 7:51 p.m. Tuesday. Undetermined to leaves at 2220 Grande avenue SE. 7:51 p.m. Tuesday. Undetermined to leaves at 2305 Meadow lane NE. 7:56 p.m. Tuesday. Cause Stanley— (Continued from Page I.) Nov. Md. ll, 1950, at Cumberland, employes are not on strike, and Stanley addressed Kiwanians Terry Raye Dye,    18, whose only listed address is the Linn county jail, Tuesday was given a 20-year prison sentence and two shorter concurrent sentences in Linn district court for! CHICAGO — Sales and eam-a series of summer crimes. jpgs of FMC Corp., which has Dye pled guilty Oct I to bur- two plants in Cedar Rapids, glary, robbery and carrying a pose to record high levels in the concealed weapon.    third quarter and nine-month rwaHn* „ r , u ,^„ rn o rn* was charged with aggra- periods ended Sept. 30. Cedar ' Rapids human rights| va “ d ‘“'ft* /"    , Sa ' e * in “J® ,hird qaar,er rcSc . commission WHI have    ^    ^ Hladky 32 , 8 ^    same    pTrX Bever avenue SE.    Authorities year ago,    while    nine-month said $850 was taken    in this inhales    hit $1.5    billion,    up 23 per- cident.    j    cent. Judge Ansel Chapman gave Earnings in the third quarter Dye the maximum sentence of W ere $27 4 million or 83 cents Rights Unit Changes Operating Procedure of the .    ____ p.m. Tuesday. ---  „ I/)W overnight ...............55    under    investigation at 1822    Wellman.    Burial:    Sharon Hill Noon Wednesday . ..♦.........    63    Johnson    avenue NW.    cemetery, Kalona. Visitation 2 p.m...................68    9:23    p.m. Tuesday, llndeter-i ofter    7    Wednesday. . Precipitation ..............None    ™* ned    £ leaves at 350 Vcrnon Total for October .......... 0 881    g.25    p m    Tuesday.    Undeter- Normal for October ........2.29    mined    to trash behind 3451 Normal through October . 29.39 Mt. Vernon road SE. iQ7i    in    Rn 3:57 a.m. Wednesday.    Over- Total for 1974    ..........40    80 heated Ur kpUip at ^ Barometer, steady ......30.36, third avenuc SW . Humidity at noon ......... 68%    6:37    a rn. Wednesday. Inves- Wind direction and velocity at ‘ l »‘f Ms od “ r 11 avl ' nue and,tried in January. 1973. he shred-2 p.m. SW at 7 mph.    ' j ^Va.m wednesday.    Air-.- *? , "° ■£*<*«**•     ca ,T Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) drew an admission from son Star Cedar Chapter and Daughters of the Niles. She is survived by her husband. Services: Turner chapel east at 3 p m. Thursday by the Very Rev. Cannon D. A. Loferski of St. John’s Episcopal church. Further services will be at the Gamier and Son funeral home I at Centralia, 111. at I p.m. Satur-j Inadvertently, The Gazette news department received no notification of Stanley’s Wednesday news conference and did not have a reporter there to cover it. porarily altered due to a su creme court decision this week, according to Ralph Coty, executive secretary of the commission. The high court said the commission us improperly constituted because the ordinance which created it does not specifically provide for judicial review of commission decisions. to a NW,    Dye    was sentenced The matter is a technicality;concurrent 10-year term, and easily rectified, Coty said.; judge Chapman also gave but    until the    ordinance    is    D ye    fj ve    years, again concur- Stanley’s    headquarters    in    Des    amended by    the    city    council,     ren t    with    the first sentence, for Moines said    notification    of    the    the    rights unit    is invalid.    carrying a concealed .22 caliber conference was called to The j Coty said he will recommend pj s tol 0 n Aug. 2 Gazette Tuesday afternoon but I the commission continue as a no one in the news room re-;referral agency, accepting complaints and filing them with the state civil 20 years imprisonment in the p er share, a 66 percent inmen’s reformatory at Anamosa crease. For the nine months, on this charge.    earnings were $81.5 million or For a July 18 hold-up of the $2.45 per share, a 33 percent PDQ store, 225 Edgewood road gain. ceived the message. First notification The Gazette Dean that while the originally*? 0 ' crest ceme er>., First notification The Gazette state civil rights commission Watergate burglars w-ere being     a    11,11(1    got    of    the conference was. a When the ordinance is amended,; e    news    release from Stanley’s complainants will be asked to Guilty Plea by Elberon Youth Sales in FMC’s machinery group rose 15 percent in the third quarter. Profits, however, were adversely affected by shipyard operations, widespread cost increases and strikes at six plants, the firm’s report said. While the rate of increase in backlog of unfilled orders in the machinery group has slowed, the outlook in the fourth quarter Sun rises Thursday, 7:29; sun vac at airport. 1    7:49    a.m.    Wednesday.    Mistak en alarm at Twelfth street and Twenty-ninth avenue SW. Ona B. Preston 78; sets. 6:12. Year Ago Today — High, low, 59; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Thursday Weather, Iii-I-o Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines . Detroit Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis . .. Sioux Falls . PtCldv PtCldy Cloudy Cloudy Rain Fair PtCldy . Cloudy PtCldy . Cloudy 57-29 69-52 65-50 60-46 67-53 67-46 68-47 72-50 65-45 62-41 from the White House safe of E. Howard Hunt. Hunt, then among the original seven Watergate defendants, had compiled names and addresses of men who had helped in the 1971 breakin f    Ellsberg    s (marr ^ U g 25, 1920. to Rich-! John 629 Nilscn road NE; i Psychiatrist, accord,ng to Dean s; ard A Preslon . Stager, 1109 Fifteenth J testUTICMiy. is for continued growth and im-James Kent Brant II, 18, of El- proved- profitability, the com-headquarlers that arrived about)formally file yith the local com- bcron was sentenced to 10 years pany said. in 17% _    rn    cmd    * rn -    the    men’s    reformatory    at    Company-wide,    Chairman a re- mission. in 10:15 — too late to send Ona B. Preston. 80. of sis P% ,cr to the conferenee.    |    Although    the    court    decision    Anamosa    j n    Linn    district    court    Robert H. Malott said sales for Eighth street NW, a resident ofj ^ visited The Gazette last week stripped the commis- Tuesday after pleading guilty to the year are expected to pass Magistrate's Court Speeding; — Douglas Jordan, route two, Marion; Thomas Rowell, 2019 G avenue NE; each fined $35 and costs. Mary Weasel, Carroll avenue SW; Ernest Freeman, 2139 O avenue NW; James Oetken, 2213 Birchwood drive NE; Rebecca Glover, 625 Forty-second street NE; Pamela Hen Cedar Rapids since 1919 diedl°^ ,ce aftcr ^e conference and sion of its powers, Coty said no Tuesday in a Cedar Rapids bos- rev * ewe( i w bat had taken place, respondents have taken advan-She was born March 19,1 He said he had pointed out ’age of the ruling and refused to his opponent, Congressman work wllh lho commission on ipital. She was born March 19. at 1894. at Columbus. Ohio and was The former White House counsel said he shredded the notebooks because he had known of the Ellsberg breakin since derson, 1501 D avenue NE; I Mav or April of 1972. Jean Land, 1104 Thirty-eighth! Wilson also elicited Dean's de- n i    su    i?- rect SF: William. Davis, loo I    sorption of persuading Califor- vivors. Rain 62-50    First avenue, Marion; Delbert res PtCldy 73-50 Keasling, 2245 Brookland drive,    . PtCldy 65-35 NE; Mary Plot/, 1517 Third to raise funds for the originals Beatty-Beurle chapel by the p.    p,    street SW; Ronald Brown.    Watergate defendants.    Rev,    Mary White. Burial: Oak Degree    Days    Strawberry Point; Joseph Mrs. Preston served as the first woman bailiff for Linn district court, and was a member of Bethany Congregational church. There are no immediate sur- nia attorney Herbert kalmbach Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday Tuesday ................ Total to date Through October 22. 1974 Percent of normal year Total normal year Mississippi Stapes (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 3.1, rise .I Lansing (18) 7 7, no change Dam 9 1 18) 12.4, fall .1 McGregor < 18) (i 7, fall I Guttenberg (15) 3 8. fall I Dubuque (17) 7.1, no chant Davenport (15) 3J), change Keokuk (16) 2 8. rise .5 at € It. (13) 9 . 589 . 243 8.88 6.631 j ^ Wilson asked Dean whether, Hill. Friends may call at the Brown, Chicago. 111.; Raymond!* 0 Edition to P a >’ in R family ex- chapel. Friends may if they Fare, Alburnett; Debra Yane- pcnses and lawyers’ fees, the wish contribute to Bethany Con-    huh    1 ■ cek. 2834 Thirteenth avenue purpose of the money as de- crecational church memorial c ® n R re ^. w-nicn ne claims is Culver, Democrat, has sentee record congressman’’ and apparently is “determined to set a new absenteeism record for an Iowa congressman.” Stanley repeated earlier statements that Culver has missed 28 percent of the votes in this congress. Culver has answered the charge by claiming a record of having voted on 87 percent of roll calls in his IO years in Cedar Rapids j pending complaints “the worst ab-of any Iowa breaking and entering. Judge Robert Osmundson suspended the sentence and ordered Brant placed on probation to the chief parole officer. He further    stipulated that Brant’s sentence will run concurrently with a sentence, imposed in Benton county. Brant had    pled guilty to Tommie Glenn Tramel,    19,    of     brea king into    Gary's Standard or-    was     S ( at j on 2011    Sixteenth avenue SW, on July 19. Free Meal May Prove Expensive 1930 Park avenue SE, charged Wednesday with defrauding an innkeeper and resisting an officer after he allegedly left the Hamburg Inn. 512 Center Point road NE, without paving for a meal. Tramel was arrested at his the $2 billion mark. Bowler Has Low Bid On C. R. Sewer Job Bowler Construction Co. submitted the lowest of six bids Wednesday for construction of a storm sewer in Hertz drive NE between Parkwood drive and Norwood drive. The company bid $19,420 50. Three other bids were also j below the engineer’s estimate of $21,536.40. The other bids were $19,863, by Ray Bertelli Sons, Inc.; avenue purpose of the money as de- gregational church SE; Thomas Rester, "25 Alpine I scribed to Kalmbach w as to fund. road, Marion; Roger Kiesau,!,..    „ 830 Old Marion road NE; Cor- P I ^* ou ^ s these peo-don Jones, 280 Drinkward pie shut.” street NAV: David Van Metre. Dean answered, “Yes, sir.” Omaha. Neb.; Jerold Huggins. 1>jn a | s0 testified to telling Frank    9R >     a    resident mage drive SW: L r„,_, l.    a___*u.. of the Cedar Rapids area the Frank Bennett 3125 Jam woo and 1001 and Th it C 4 Be drivi died Wednesday 6, Cedar fall .01 Coraiviile Lake Pool level Wednesday 683.43 Births — Mercy Ort. TI To the familu ot Evart Vroonland. 1515 Lintnar drive NE, a son; Lewis Yo<h. Atkins, a son: James Smith, 3717 Western Pine drive daughter. Ort. TI Mr. aru Timothy Cooper, 2131 Ferry road, a daughter. Bi: Ort. Dom; la \vo<xi I ymvki    \wthi Kalmbach of the dangers of    the NE; each*Tined $30 original defendants telling     a ||    last    two    years o.sts. Michael Serbousek, they knew to federal prosecu-     in    a    '* ar i°n    nursing rome. )rrian drive SE: fined $25 “tourth C X t P SE?Cl3 “I Im '•«>• starcd '’' said of his meeting on 29, 1972, with Kalmbach. drive NE. Gregory Schatz.le, •• j don't know how deep    the Coggon; Harlan White, Hazleton; Debra Blinks, Mt. Vernon; high it goes. It could bt* very dangerous. ... it could lose the election’.” NE, i Mrs Blair: tors. “I said ent Thoma, Center Point; Rich- f)ean ard Louvar, 1523 Elmhurst; June ” *1 don't know how deep problem is, I don't know Sharon Moravek, Mechanics- j Ville; Gene Gerber. 2981 Ninth) street. Marion: Mark Cook, Me-! chaniscville; Kenneth Tague.j 1685 Hillview drive, Marion;! Susan Kins, Walker; Martin Boquist. 2513 Mcadowbrook I drive SE; each fined $20 and; Ile was born Oft. 16, 1876. at Keota. Mr. Bennett farmed in the Udell area most of his life until moving to Cedar Rapids to live with his niece, Mrs. Aido how Jadrnicck. now of rural Marion    ,     lhe    big    issue    in    this Mr. Bennett was a member of _______ _ above that of the average congressman. “Culver’s excuse,” Stanley said, “is (hat he spends IOO days a year in his district. Hut his story is sheer distortion. ‘ Congress was in session only 114 days last year and Culver could have spent 251 days in his district without missing a vote in Washington.” Stanley said that he was ! asked at the conference if ab and $30,100.50. Sons. by Lametti and * St. Lube s ns ;■» To the fai Neighbor, 65! me NE. a son; 1 lies 01 i Box-llon.ild Irvin, 5620 NWL a son: Fourt h a vt daughter. John: Terry nile. ion avenue Kerr, 2135 Marion, a Driver's license violation Jeffrey Mitchell, 3040 Carroll drive SE; fined $25 and costs. William Hamilton, Toddville; David Lucas, 14(H) Keith drive NE; each fined $15 and costs. Improper passing Dennis Sing ank, Iowa City; fined $20 and costs. traffic signal violation — Calvin Bockenstedt, Gutten- and Explosion— (Continued from Page I.) married here Stanerson were Sept. 7. 1974 He was a 1967 graduate of Jefferson high school, a veteran of the Vietnam war and a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic church In addition to his wife, he m survived by his parents. Mr. Mrs Raymond Myers, Udeli United Brethren church,    j 1 ^^qdied Services: 10:30 a m. Friday in Culver is Miller-Wehrle funeral home in | inflation Centerville. Burial: Keota ccm- stanley etery. Murdoch funeral home in Marion was in charge of local arrangements. that spending — a big spender — and arc the big issues.” told Tile Gazette, “and Economy— (Continued from Page I.) more is cruel advice to families;$20.070.15, by Concrete Mainte- home after a witness eave po whose paycheck will not cover nance Co.; $20,554, by Bjomsen nome alter a witness ga\e     ne c e s sities    Investment    Corp.; $23,405.50, by lice the license number of the Dare necessities.    r/ car seen leaving the restaurant Muskie offered these alterna-i Dave Schmitt Construction Co.. at the time of the incident. J lives: Police said Tramel ordered a ^ national policy of wage-vegetable cheeseburger, french I puce restraint aimed at assures and pop totaling $1.55 at >ng businessmen that labor and 2:30 a m. Wednesday and left materials costs will moderate without paying.     an d workers that    the cost of liv- After his arrest. Tramel aile- ing will become manageable. If Redly began fighting with of- persuasion does not do the job. ficers in a booking room at the wage-price controls should fol-police station.    low. - Tax equity for all, including increases in the minimum tax on the wealthy and in estate taxes. Ford’s proposed surtax on corporations should be kept in force for the same periixi as his proposed increase    in invest- Teaehers from Benton, Cedar, ment tax credits    “so    that ordi- lowa, Johnson, Linn, and Wash- nary working Americans do not ington counties will be exchange have to foot the bill for business ing paperback books at the sec-investment in the future.” Joint County Book Exchange Set Saturday Tl'Iu (ffclrjr IU pul* (HnifHf Established in ISH bv The Palette Co. and published daily and Sundov at SOO Third ave SE. Cedar Raoids. iowa S2404 Second doss postage paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rotes bv carrier 95 cents a wren Bv mail: Night Edition and Sundov 6 issues 13 75 a month, *39 OO a yeor Afternoon Editions and Sunday I Issue* *3 IS a month, *40 OO a year Other states ond U S territories *00 OO a year No Moil Subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled evasively to the use for republication of an the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. Marriage Kathlcc /anime Rapid: an, apr bo Licenses lie and I. til of C i iK. William Jelinek. 1601    Cedar Rapids; one sister,    Karon :/word    and Tenth it reel NE; Linda WR-    ,    ,    , J, ,    ..    ,    , . JDXlord    ana damson. 322 Eighth street SE.    Ireland, Cedar    Rapids; and Ins Robert Lone, 2264 Coldstream    grandparents.    Mr. and    Mrs. avenue NE; Robert Keek, 3240 Walter Kurth, Lisbon Oakwood avenue SE; each Fires Tuesda lo I*M\ * s I Pierre pal *. !»!!, Tut --dam Stove to •i i (int look drive SW Tuesda I .Hilts motor ut 203 First uv- 9 44 mint'd 3 29 wall at 4:05 ss asher enue SF 4 12 pm Tuesday. mined to leaves in all 1127 Eighth street SE. 5:13 pin tailer rail street SW 6.30 p rn burn int: at street NE 6 12 pm Undeter- Larry avenue lh Tuesday at 1764 Undetrr- *y behind Assis- M a1 lory I Hied s I a anet costs. Improper turn Hodges, 653 Sixteenth SW; lined Sin and costs. Vehicle control violation Jelly Hansen. 433 Thirtit street SE; lined $30 and costs Faulty equipment John graveside Srhmmkey. 723 Ely avenue SW; Lyle Vance, Fairfax; each fined $10 and costs. Fighting — Bruce Wilcox, 1440 Ri ver avenue SE; fined $2o and costs. Kight-of-w ay violation - Thomas (’anthers, Iowa City, .    .    .    . hi'    ojien    at    at any time Services: Noon Friday at St Patrick's Catholic church by the R**v. Joseph Schneider, the Rev. Martin Laughlin, and the Rev. Carl Hies, eoneelebrants. Militant services will lie held at the in Cedar Memorial cemetery by the American Legion. Prayer service: 7:30 p m Thursday at Turner chapel west by the Rev. Martin Laughlin Friends may register at Turner chapel west The casket will not in ti.tv Illegal Seventeenth David Pere/, TOO Memorial; Mrs. Charles Gill Carrie Hausman Gill. 89. formerly of 914 Nineteenth avenue SW, widow of Charles E. Gill, died in a Monticello hospital Tuesday following a long illness. She was bom Jan, 12, 1885. at had been a resident of Cedar Rapids most of her life. She attended Sharon United Methodist church Surviving are a son. Victor Gill, Corona del Mar, Calif., and two grandchildren. Services: Pending at Turner chapel west Memorial Services Wilson, Louise M. Rammrli-berg Turner chapel we. t at) l:3o p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Leland G. Kubosh. Burial j will lie in St Stephens cemetery at Atkins Friends may call' at Turner west. that absenteeism and the danger of a George Meany veto proof congress are the others.” ,    ,    .    ,    ,    ^    e u l, v ond annual hook exchange Sat- Significant efforts to attack urday at the Joint County school the high price of oil, including system. 4401 Sixth street SW. finding alternative fuels and delist year, more than 2.000 manding that automobile manu-books were exchanged among facturers improve gas mileage 150 teachers from 30 different within two years, schools.    Making sure that any belt- Dave Baldwin, director of the tightening by cutting federal curriculum laboratory, is in spending takes into full account charge of the exchange. All “whose middle gets squeezed " teachers in the six-county area Ford should spell out before the caused are welcome to participate in Nov. 5 election just where he the exchange from 9 a m. to I proposes to cut $5 billion from p rn. Saturday.    the federal budget. Stanley addressed the Fat 1 I club at the University of Iowa Wednesday noon and was scheduled to return to Cedar Rapids for a public meeting at Park Towne’s recreation roofn at 7:30 Wednesday night. 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