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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 JWWNA. WU,HI,  Irww*-,r  Obituaries  United Way Hits 14% of 74 Goal  [The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Frl., October 25, 1974  un WtAIHtl K>TOC AM©  Chanco of rain Friday night from the central Gulf coast to the mid-Mississippi and Ohio-Tennessee valleys to the Atlantic coast. Rain is also expected over parts of Washington, Idaho and New Mexico.  The Weather  High temper af tires Friday, few tem-ppraiures overrent and inches of precipitation:  Anchorage 44    35    .OI    L. Angelet    75    5»  Atlanta 74    47    Miami    78    73  Bismarck 43    14    Minapolis    71    31  Chicago .. 48    st    N. Orleans    74    47  Denver 57    41    .04    New York    SB    47  Duluth ... 43    33    Phoenix    84    47  Honolulu 88    74    Seattle .    47    47  Houston 77    44    OI    Washington    44    SI  Extended Forecast— Fair and mild Sunday. Highs in the 60s and tows in the 40s. Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday. Highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s.  C. R. Weather  Magistrate’s Court  Speeding — Joyce Kayes, i 3000 J    street    SW; fined $40  and costs. Michael Bowker, 723 Seventh street SW; Allyn Johnston, Fairfax; Jean Mar-zen, 2126 North Towne court NE; Curtis Meggers, Independence; Ronald    Behnken, Manchester;    John    McGlynn, 3050  Harold court SE; Daniel Bcr-nacke, 1815 Eastern drive SW; each    fined $30 and    costs.  Douglas Miller, Manchester; fined $25 and costs. Barbara Hurst, 41 Fourteenth avenue SW; Kirkland West, 1403 Hillside drive NW; Jeffrey Schuh,  Hieh Thursdav    76     Marion i  Ear l Haugh, Waterloo;  1    ,    „    ..............Marvin Aldrich, Central City;  Low overnight ............. .David Henrickscn, St. Olaf;  Noon Friday ................ 63    James Cozzie, 260 Northview  2 p.m.......................63    place    NE; Laverne    Canoe,  Precipitation    Trace! Central    City;    Patrick Vance.  1 recipiidiion    .      XI ‘ U  Q _    Fairfax;    Kimela Nelson, 6363  Total for October ...........0.88    si x t een t b  avenue SW;    Robin!  Normal for October    2    26  Reese, Lisbon;  Normal through October 29 39 and costs.  29.39 Traffic signal violation —  40 gQ Keith Unman, 1241 Forty-{second street NE; Bourham nt Kalmoni, 524 Seventh street 44%iSE; Margaret Burns, 111 Park Wind direction and velocity at court SE; Gene Mitchell. West o m ot a mnh    Liberty; Allen Johnson. Straw-  2 p.m. N at 9 mph.    Po,,,;;    each fined $15 and  <:32; sun  C0sts   Driving on wrong side —  High, 66; Maureen Malmbert. 3155 low, 45; rainfall none.    Grove court SE; fined $20 and  j costs.  Traveler's Forecast    Driver’*    license violation —  Saturday    Joan Bunting, 1640 Valleyview  Weather III-V.o drive, Marion; fined $25 and  Bismarck    ....... Fair    65-37 costs. Robin Peacock, 1124  Chicago ....... PtCldv    68-47    \ Cheyenne road NW; Daniel  Cincinnati    ..... PtCldv    63-49.    Butterfield. 4316 Center Point  Cleveland PtCldv    56-42 road NE; each fined $1d and  Des Moines    Fair    64-40     co .’‘    . .  Detroit    PtCldv    60-42    faulty    equipment    —    Calvin  PtCldv 66-47 i Pierce, 1311 Fourth street NW; Cloudy 67-501 daniel Butterfield. 4316 Center  Milwaukee  Clear 61-40 ! Polnt road NE;    each    fined    SIO  Mpls.-St. Paul . Fair 09-451 and costs.  Omaha..-.......PtCldv 67-47, Intoxication    -    Howard  St. Louis  Cloudy 68-40 Lindsey, Hiawatha;    fined    $25  Sioux Falls.......Fair    66-36 and costs.  Responsibility for minor* — Arb ta Vanourney, 1320 Center Point road NE; fined $10 and costs.  Striking fixtures adjacent to street — James LaPier. Man-  W'aukon — Marvin Bei.sker, 45. Saturday at 1:30, Martin’s. Burial: Council Hill cemetery, Monona.  Springville — Herman H. Cress, 59. Sunday at 2, Chapel of Memories, Cedar Rapids. Visitation at Cedar Memorial after noon Saturday and at the chapel after ll Sunday.  Independence — Paul R. Green 67. Monday at 2 at White’s.  Chris C. Christensen  F. Seaton  Roosevelt—  (Continued from Page I.)  Way $175,753 percent  campaign pickets had thrown carpet tacks on the driveway leading into  Friday,! of the  the parking ramp. Several other pickets were observed hitting cars with signs and blocking the  William . . uupiu.1  Th€ Unjted   Chris C. Christensen,    92, of    William F.    Seaton, 70, of 2912    total reached  3116 Bowling street    SW, died    Russell drive    NE, died Thursday     w hieh is 14  Mt‘ gKrSnJKtf !° iiowinK  r 'n I": 1 ,;    «*■  short illness. He had been a ■    ^    resident    of Cedar Rapids, j Campaign chairman C. I. Rice entrance to the parking ramp,  long-time resident    of    Cedar     h(? was  born    March I, 1904, and    announced that    the    drive    should!    The    persons    who    were    arrest-  Rapids.    was married    to Donna K. Hersh :bc  “substantially    complete”    byi ed    durin S    *he    struggle    returned  Born June 9, 1882, at Hjorring,;on Sept. 5, 1942, at “ '  1     ...»------—^  Denmark, he was married to R ap j ds  Carrie Benson March 3, 1908, at  Speeder division, retiring in  Boone. Prior to retirement, he worked for the Chicago North Western railroad for nearly 50 years.    11969.    Prior    to    that    he    was    em-  M r. Christensen was a ployed by .John Deere Co. for member of the National Assn. of  Cedarul i ...    ..    , to the scene and continued pick-  Ccddr ; oct. 31, ullhouRh a “handful ofL |ing af(er postjng $125  b„ nd   major firms may not complete on each charge, police said.  He was employed for 12 years I in-plant collections until early    .    _    _  .    Commanders    To    Scene  by I* MC Corp., Link Belt November.  Rice reported the following  ton said he did not know the man’s identity. 1   ♦ * *  The strike by member* of the  Hotel, Restaurant and Bartenders union at the Roosevelt began Aug. I following expiration of a three-year contract.  The union represents about 65 persons who had been employed at the hotel. According to the union’s international representative, Gene Schuyler, main issues involved are wages, elim-  Retired and Veteran Railway Employes, unit 29, Veterans Assn. of Chicago and North Western railway, and St. Mark’s Lutheran church.  Surviving are four daughters; Stella Haynes, Colorado Springs, Mrs. Bedward Pyszka, Relvidere, 111., Mrs. William Hobstetter, Tipton, and Mrs. | Leonard Spieker, Cedar Rapids; two sons, Cecil W., Cedar Rapids, and Leslie IL, Blue  totals by unit:    commander,    C    a    p    t. Howard  Unit one, Herald Smith, Gardner, went to the scene after $138,307; unit two, Nelson Evan, receiving reports of unruly ac-many years.    $2,159;    unit three, Joe Mazur, tivity by the large gathering.  Mr. Seaton was a member of $2,644; unit four, Barry Bennett, 1  The 10:30 p.m. shift of the  LaPeters, Erger, and the shift i jnation of overtime on holidays  Westminster Presbyterian church and its Happy Homemaker class; Crescent lodge,  AF. and AM.; Iowa Consistory; High 12; Malta chapter,  Eastern Star and the Linn tion were: County Men’s Garden club. He was a past monarch of Ambar Grotto and past president of the Linn County Rose Society.  Surviving are his wife; his  Grass, Iowa; 22 grandchildren pother, Mrs. Simeon S. Seaton, and 32 great-grandchildren. Cedar Rapids, and three  Services: OiapeT of Memories I broth€rs ’  Lcf oy , Bradenton, percent; at 4 p.m. Monday by the Rev. *  and  Richard and Howell,  David Larson of St. Mark’s Lu-1 both of Cedar Rapids theran church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at  $10,320; unit five, Dr. James!police department was ordered Manville, $16,550; and special to report for duty when as many gifts, $5,772.     ! as    12    uniformed    officers    were  Among the firms showing in-'sent to the hotel, creases over last year’s collec-l Units of the Iowa highway patrol and the Linn sheriff’s de-Siebke and Hoyt and em- partment assembled at the po-ployes, 250 percent of 1973 giv- lice station on stand-by alert, ing; Midwest Metal Products,! A sixth person, Stephen L. 177 percent; Munson Electric, Hughes, 21, of 4209 Benton employes and members of street NE, was arrested at the IBEW local 405. 12 percent; (hotel when he allegedly refused Allied Glass and employes, 123 an order to leave the scene. Executive Data and  Cedar Memorial funeral home after noon Saturday. The casket! will be closed at 3:45 Monday.  * n i    Two    Charges  employes, 205 percent; Rusco,I  Inc., and employes, 132 percent; I Hughes was charged with in-Services: Chapel of Memories  Ah( ' arn  flumbing, employes toxication and lounging and al 2 nm Monday bv Hie Rev and members of Plumbers and loafing. Pollee said he was ar-John P. Woods of Westminster I Steamfitters local 125, 290 per-fining with an officer.  and Barron Motor Supply  Nixon—  (Continued from Page I.)  veins take over the function of the vein closed off by surgery.  Trial Impart Unclear  It was the second hospitalization here this month for Nixon, who was discharged Oct. 14, after 12 days of tests and an-  Mrs. Charles Fandrey  Presbyterian church. Burial: I eent;  Cedar Memorial. Masonic ser- and  employes, 119 percent, vices will be conducted by Ores- ."I    IT  cent lodge. Friends may call at A Srsiart R Cedar Memorial funeral Sylvia May Fandrey, 82, | after noon Saturday and at the widow of Charles Fandrey, 623 11chapel after I p.m. Monday.  avenue NW, a Cedar Rapids The family suggests that friends .    ■  resident 58 years, died Thursday may. if they wish, donate to the P03C0 R.Gm3 TK following a brief illness.    St. Luke’s auxiliary memorial  TULSA, Okla. (UPI) - In fiery speech  Ford Policy,  St. Luke’s  She was born July 4, 1892, in fund or the heart fund  New York, and was married toj    -  Charles W. Fandrey April 19,  1917, in Marion.  Surviving are two sons,  Charles, jr., of Fremont, Calif., and Robert D., Cedar Rapids;  that marked his first strongly  se j  Normal through Octiber Total for 1974  Barometer, rising ......  Humidity at noon ion a  p.m. im at 9 mph.  Sun rises Saturday, sets, 6:09.  Year Ago Today —  ti-coagulant therapy. He was reported doing well after his re-'two granddaughters turn to San Clemente until Lun-i great-granddaughter each" fined “$20 j srcn found the oral drugs were Services: Turner chapel  I not doing the job    .at    10:30    a.m.    Monday    by    the  Wayne Ryan. Burial:  Mrs. Joseph Terpkosh  Stella Terpkosh, 83, of 82 partisan attack on Gerald Ford. Nineteenth avenue SW, widow House Speaker Carl Albert told of Joseph Terpkosh. died Thurs- a Democratic rally that the only day after a brief illness. A resi- war the Democrats elected to  Police said some members of the crowd left about midnight.  Some of the pickets remained ^n the scene and were present at 1:50 a.m. when police arrest-|cd a man on a traffic charge, j Kevin F. Mackey, 20, rural (route one, Ely, was charged with disobeying a traffic signal. (When police stopped Mackey’s lear in the IOO block of Second .  a  avenue SE, he allegedly began Thursday night  to  fight  w ith officer Doug Han-  20 Still Present  Police said about 20 unruly pickets were present during  and one dent of Cedar Rapids over 50 office this year want to start ^ ac key s arrest. They did not  22,|  It was not immediately known ^ ev -  E ;  is the battle to oust the President from the White House.  however, interfere with officers While Mackey was being  I years, she was born Aug.  west 1891, near Shueyville.    _______________ ____________  Surviving are four daughters,J Albert’s impassioned remarks^ a ^ pa  ^ Ibe police station, Rich-   ............    ....v,,...    Mrs.    John    Melsha and Mrs. Jo- came in response to Ford’s  ard  Steggal, 20, rural route one,  what effect ~Nixon's*"'hospital-i^ ar  Memorial. Friends may seph Melichar, Cedar Rapids;! statement two days before in  E,y ’ allegedly tried to step the ization would have on tho Wa-  ca H at Turner west.    Mr::,    (’leo Youngblut, Jesup, Oklahoma City that the election  sc * uad cai and  ' n lerfcre with the  and Mrs. Frank Pobuda,|of a large number of Demo- office ‘' s *  Mackey and Steggal  ization would have on the Wa tergate cover-up trial in Washington. Lungrcn said after Nixon’s first hospital stay that it  Memorial Gill, Carrie  Services  llausman  Uvalde, Texas; two sons, Jo-{crats this seph, Swisher; Richard, Cedar .threat to  possibly three months before he |k‘Burnham.    Burial: ~Ccdar 8 reat -grandchildren and three'from his earlier calls for co  peace  would be at toast a month and I Satu n rd7iy h  b^^hT'Rov.    I RapidS; 22  .^ a , n . dchildren .  and 42  j speech was remarkcdly different  ham. Burial:    Cedar!  Memorial cemetery. Friends great-great-grandchildron. may call at Turner chapel west. Services:    Brosh    chapel    ll  C'ypra, Dr. Richard K. —-  a .m. Monday. Burial: Czech Na-Turner chapel east at 1:30 ti ona i cemetery. Friends may  Indianapolis Kansas City  could travel safely  Last week Herbert Miller, Nixon’s chief counsel in Washington, told the court that Nixon would probably be healthy enough to testify at the trial within the next several weeks.  Judge John Sirica told Miller to submit within three weeks a detailed report on Nixon’s health. He added that the former President would be needed to give testimony by  p.m. Saturday by the Rev.,    ,  Allen S. Van Cleve and Cres-(call ut the chapel Sunday, cent Lodge AF and AM. Burial:  Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east.  Bridgeman. Marshall — Turn-Tumer chapel east at 3 p.m.ii rn?    ■*  Saturday by Dr. LeRoy White. I JI I    flfJG  Burial: Linwood cemetery.J  Bei u 1 Ml11 BSIW  Friends may call at Turner east  vear    could    pose    a     MacKtfy ana die S8 a ‘ were  world    peace    His     char Sed with resisting an of  ficer.  With Husband  Mrs. Hall told The Gazette she accompanied her husband, a member of the International Assn. of Machinists, to the hotel to picket.  until 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The late casket will not be opened after  next month unless he was    Matthew  gravely iii.  operation with the new administration.  ‘‘I say this to the President Albert said, “that the President of the United States had no business saying something like that in the times in which we Jive.”  Albert said some of Ford’s recent comments have made  him “think maybe President  my  back and pushed me up Johnson was right.” Johnson I*2 ainst a  squad car,” she said, was once Quoted as saving The violence, she said, took A $537,000 suit has been filed Ford “played too much football P^ ace a ^ er  ®be was arrested  $537,600 Suit  worked and rearrangement of job classifications.  Schuyler said Friday that negotiations “are at an impasse. There are no meetings scheduled. There has been no progress since the strike began.  A spokesman for the hotel could not be reached for comment.  Steinbeck—  (Continued from Page I.)  himself as the woman’s husband interfered with the arrest, and at that time the other officers were “jumped” by pickets. One officer, Antone Imhoff, was knocked to the ground and was being beaten, Steinbeck said, so Erger went to his aid and was struck twice in the face while trying to pull pickets off the officer.  Erger then struck a picket in the shoulder with his sap, Steinbeck said, adding, “He used what force he thought was necessary.”  After five persons were ar-rested, Steinbeck continued, union representatives were told to leave some pickets at the hotel but send most of them home, and all police officers were pulled away from the area.  Started Again  “As soon as the police officers left, they started pounding on cars again,” Steinbeck said, and police went back to the site.  By this time, he said, pickets were circulating around the hotel and throwing rocks and other materials into the park-ade, denting several cars and smashing one windshield.  “The five people arrested earlier were immediately bonded out, and they returned to the area and caused more trouble,” he said.  The situation was complicated when guests and employes of the hotel began harassing pickets from the building’s windows, Steinbeck said. “That  Degree Days  . 5 60! 244  9.0'  U.S. Sets Aside Recommendation  Accident Filed  A $537,000 suit has been chapTtr’ioT. “r Saluda? » connection with injuries sui-''Without his helmet."  u,# 1 La    MT*hv a 1fi.vpar.nlH WalfnrH I UnuOPStcinn rhp Whl  She said she and her husband j us j  us *»  aiK j that by the Rev. William HarnishJfcred by a 16-year-old Walford . ^ understand the White Housiv  wcre t be first persons arrested.  Burial: Englewood cemetery, boy while on a Trampoline at * s  backing down on that (cero-! Robert Shelton, who said he  Clinton, Mo.  Committee Criticize!  On Hearing Aids ] towa  Candidates  Thursday..............  Total to date ....  Through October 24. 1974 Percent of normal year ... ----.  Total normal year .....  6 , 63 i    i chester: fined $15 and costs.  \chicle control \iolation ■ vt r temvptov /ad\ a  Mississippi Sfaqes Michael Kleinschmitt, Clarks-' WASHINGTON (AI ) — A rec  u ,* cmMr , TnNI  ,ad\ irsvn I    ,    ...     t , -------------»   H     Ville; fined $30 and costs. Paul ommcndation by a government WASHINGTON (AP) — Five  thp  ,    j  arry for a ]w ed per . break with Bord over the econ-  (Flood stages in brackets)    .Nash. 631 Twenty-ninth street task force that hearing aids be I° wa  Democratic congressional  manent ’ rfjsabiiitv  0 f the leftP my anc * speculated on what a  Lacrosse (12) 4.7. unchanged  N e ;  fined $20 and costs.     sold on , y on doctor - s  present candidates and Democratic sen-  R d  , j     d     ^Democratic    congress    would    say  > < 6, fall I    Accident,    damage    to    vehicle    ..    .    A........ ...   V  H alArinl eanHiHalo John Culver  Knot dnu ana  P dm ana bU1 ' -4k, *    -     u,u   Prairie high school April SO, 1973.  The petition was filed in Linn district court by the boy’s father, lawrence McGurk The suit claims $475,000 for  menu now. They’ didn’t mean tho Democrats, they meant everybody that wasn’t with the  the  machinists’ bargaining unit. President on a particular pro-  t0,d The Gazetf e  the  picketing  gram,” Albert said. Albert also forecast  a strong  Lansing (18)  Dam 9 (18) 12.4. unchanged McGregor (18) 6.7, unchanged Guttenberg (15) 3 8. fall .1 Dubuque (17) 7.1, unchanged Davenport (15) 4.2. rise .2 Keokuk (16) 2 3, fall .3  r.R. (13)    3.36  — Roy Andrews, Hiawatha; fined $20 and costs.  Striking unattended vehicle  — Doreen Bruce, 615 First street SW; Jack Brookhouse,  Ely; each fined $25 and costs.  Iowa  Wellman —  78. Saturday at 2. Asbury Unit-led Methodist church. Powells, 683.43 Wellman.  Dysart — Mac McNamee, 56. Saturday at 2. Trinity United  Ort. 24  Mr. and Mrs Karl Methodist church. Overton’s.  Krumhholz. 211 Fleetwood road Sigourney — Milfrod Edwin SW, a daughter.    (Williams.    50. Sunday at 2,  et i I i .Reynolds’.  Births — ^>t. Luke S    Amber    — George I). Dirks,  „    _    ..    -__. 68. Goettsch’s, Monticello.  t i T° p     f     Brooklyn    Harrison Hall.  Daniel Michel. 84^I E |  avenin     Saturclay at  1:30.  NW, a son; Charles Steinmeyer.    ,  ll 80 COU a ntr k*  Ch rLln Ti’  Kalona  -  Davc  Marion, a daughter; Edwin ti  the injury was  Cedar at no change  Coralville Lake  Pool level Friday  Births — Mercy  got  caused Larry to loges the school  Trampoline fall off. It a1-failed to pro  ton has been set aside.    I    atonal candidate John Culver, j er j n „  Last month, the group of ex-h3ve been criticized by the Na-j  It   6  contend j   peris in the department of tionalRightto Work Committee ^  whfn  another student Health. Education and Welfare for their • msens.t.vtty to job^  on(o |he Trampollnc and  concluded that prescriptions ,( i ,scrim,natl on resulting ,rom  n     .would prevent hearing aids compulsory unionism.”  Deaths     lfrom so)d t0  persons they    Farson, executive vice-  Emma Longwcll,:  wou | d no f benefit.    president    of the committee, said  But other HEW agencies, e a di of the candidates has ei-especially the National Insti- ‘ber refused to take a stand on tutes of Health, convinced the (the right to work issue “or has . task force that traditional pre- • Jbied up with the powerful scriptions would not work. said bosses of Big Labor against the the task force’s chairman.  con oept of voluntary unionism. ( c *om p an ion s hi p  David Link.    Larson    said the five congres-    ____________  He told newsmen Thursday  s > ona l candidates are Edward    q    ■■    rn    i|. M   that the task force suggested, i Mezvinsk y  Birst district; Mi-    Dei IC    rldSRS EndR  She said she was arrested by  a plainclothes officer after she  “laid” her sign on the hood of a|—     w   car.    I     r   “He pulled my hands behind “They’re Union Men  Steinbeck said pickets were heard to remark that the police officers wouldn’t take any action because “they’re union  if  they do anything, they’ll be in a lot of trouble if they join a union.”    '  ‘ill tell you, the feeling about joining a union really changed among some of the officers after that deal,” Steinbeck said.  He said he expects more trouble Friday and Saturday.  Alcohol Talking  w’orks  Brass  with Hall at Dearborn Co. and is chairman of  plain-  Mrs.  w'as peaceful until the clothes officer arrested Hall.  “Didn’t Know Him”  “We didn t know who he was. He just grabbed her and vShout-  about the proposals.    ______ ________________  “They’re going to advise tho od ‘Arrest her’,” Shelton said. “It may just have been aleo-White House that there s not “I n  my opinion, if Chief La-bol talking, ” he said, “but some going to be any 5 percent sur- Peters had left the regular uni- of the pickets told the officers tax imposed on the lower-middle (formed police there, we income group and simultaneous-!wouldn’t have had any trouble.”  vide adequate supervision, say- ^ y ’  as  P ar t of the great re- Shelton denied seeing any ing the only supervision was  nowm ‘d economic program of tacks or nails on the driveway, from a teacher sitting at some the President, give an 8-percent  No one  beat on any cars, either, event of more trouble at the  they hadn’t seen anything yet.” The safety commissioner said additional I a w enforcement agencies will be alerted in the  Nevcnho-i instead, that a group of hearing I blouin. Second; Stephen specialists, hearing aid dealers!R  a  P P« Third; Neal Smith. I. Marrier,| and  consumers “investigate and Bourth, and Tom Harkin, B ifth.  distance from the incident.    investment    credit to    the  The    father seeks $62,000.    ness    interests    of the    U.S  $12,000    of it for medical    ex-1    said,  penses    and $50,000 for loss  we don't like inflation or reckless spending, but we’re not going to cure this Nixon-B'ord recession with unemployment in  hotel.  H e said police will be equipped with helmets in the fu-  B G3Uj^Hlti'jUB iii k** j »* 4 QunHa v nt *1 T /iwpf T"Wm*F i  •r(stein, Tower Terrace6 Mar-, ^  Me ^ nonitc ’ churt . h .  V i,i-     s P«« fic     Proposals    to  ion, ai son; Dennist Srhumarner, |    .    Powell’s    after    7    Fri-    control and improve the deli-  5105 E avenue NW, a son; Ear-    i     svstl , m     **   V ° UB 648 f  Eltthteemh'awni'n 1  ... nrrorah    Ca i !     ,< Rud) .    The‘task force also withdrew  Charged After Chase  BELLE PLAINE (AP) -  He . ul he is not endorsing .  the opponents of theee can-1     en c ‘b ar l?cs have been filed  didates, nor is he telling any  rv Grapes,  Dceorah — Carl (Bud)i Wennes, jr.. 47. Monday at 11:30, Steine’s, where friend. 1 : may call benining Sunday. Oerorah — George E. Jack-  body not to vote for them.  SW. a daughter; David Miller,  4300 Fox Meadow' drive SE; a son; Jerry Winters. 622 Sixteenth avenue SW; a son;  Charles Smith, 3000 J street SW, a son; Jerry MrBurney,  Route 3, Marion, a daughter.  Marriage Licenses  Linda Hess and Frederick Clarkson, Laura Dronebarger Hint Donald Viergever, Nancy Smith and Dennis Williams, all of Cedar Rapids.  Marriages Dissolved  Marcia Ann and Michael Allen Little. Alberta L. and James Frank Allen. Audrey M. and Gerald F. Dougherty. Diana U. and Duane M. Bevins. Shame Louise and Charles Joe Murphy. Verne and Miriam ( Dodson. Diane J and Darwin O.  Meyer. Eva Marie and Eugene Clare Murphy Deborah Ruth ■ Scripture service mid Richard Earle Oliver. I Bakke-Hanson ?  its earlier endorsement  of a  proposed B’ederal Trade Commission rule requiring a 30-day  Council Closes Doors On Bargaining Meeting  against a Belle Plaine man in the wake of a high speed chase early BYiday.  Donald Pork, 24, was  being  busi- be claimed.  ” he The pickets blocked the sidewalk when cars tried to enter of! “We’re coing to let them  th ^ botel parking ramp, he said,! ture - t0 °-  know in the White House that  but  ‘ h <-. v mawd  whenever P olicc  '    “.mo'rM    nrowrtv  ordered the sidewalk cleared. more officers injured, property  Not First Time    injured, innocent bystanders in-  Shelton said Thursday eve-J 1 ^ or pickets injured,” be ning’s gathering was the fourth | sa * d - “We’ll do what we can to or fifth time since the hotel J prevent that. ’ workers struck that sympathy pickets have demonstrated.  All previous picketing, including one evening when 1,500 persons assembled, was peaceful and without any arrests, he said.  Shelton also claimed two  i Oklahoma.”  One Car Crash,  Man Is Serious  Ray V. Harris, 59. 521 Ely ave-  held in the Benton county jail at    nue SW, was in serious condi-  Vinton    tion at St Luke’s hospital with    ,    .    .  Mrv ~.„“ l  Bluffs !  m0rK ‘y*back guarantee when a     m    w    9     I u e  faces two speeding'injuries suffered early Friday at f ”     ( . lce ^ s    (X)n ^ inued   Steine’s!    hearing aid customer was dissa- I la* ( edar Rapids city council    charges and one charge each of    the east end of the Sixteenth av-    J     a    (?n< ' °[ prisoners  Decorah Lauritz Kern tistied.    had a lengthy strategy meet- j feckless driving, disobeying a enuo bridge.    (after    he    w.is    han<kutf(yl    and  Larson,    94    S.    tuuiaN    at 1.45, rile panel decided dealersiing Friday with City Attorney    stop sign, failure to    yield to an    Harris    suffered    fractures    to P^ atod insKi( *  a  squad car. 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