Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 27, 1974, Page 6

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: 'Mss'll'r ■rn -rn rn C. R. Weather High Saturday ........... 70 IO p.m. Saturday ........ 50 Rainfall ................ None Total for October ........0.88 Normal for October    .... 2 26 Normal through October    .    29 39 Total for 1974 72. Monday 1:30 at the United Methodist c ii u r c h. Visitation lifter ll Sunday. Murdoch’s, Central City. Manchester—L. Carl Mulligan, 73. Services Tuesday, 1:30, Shelly’s where friends may call after 7 Sunday Oxford .function Louis G. 40 80'Kula, 88. Monday IO at Sacred Barometer, falling    ;«»'22    HoartJn Orford Junction. Ro- UnmMiiw m    7    sary Sunday 7:30 p m. Friends Humidity at IO p m.    44%    may call after I Sunday ut Hay- YVind direction and velocity at den’s. Gazette weather station at IO Sigourney—Elmer W. Horras, 69. Munday IO at Saint Mary’s Catholic church, day at Reynolds. Rosary Sun p.m. SSE at 4 m p h. Sun rises 6:33 a rn.; sun sets, 5:08 p.m. Year Ago Today — High, 56; low, 39; rainfall, none. Births — Mercy Ort. 25 — Mr. and Mrs. lr* 1    /*» Charles Weepie. 733 Thirty-! KOCK UOnCert second street NE, a son. Births-St. Luke's L**”1 H' C“hel' l9' of 1531 Oct. 25 _ TO the families of"/1 aVCnUe SE' was char«ed Dennis L. Harris, 1059 Rock- Wlt“ intoxication, possession of ford road SW, a son; Boyd D. marijuana and assault and bat- Mf rn.' A \ rn i ; ( & J'i ' « '4 IV 'V', * -4/ fat st I m V* %    ,5    ti,,    ;    *    - U: %'    "I $ V xf 4:    %•'    *’'*''"*&*    v*lj # HI' \KA    WM I    Tip;,, J m>gsi    «mr;. *    I    I««., w    */ ,wtf.    v*    %    •    ■    J    : I S-M'-V..    ’n    .    «... at..it.    I .* . Oft    'Alif C.R. Man Jailed After Scuffle at fife, ■ u >r«m:>*i"f rn *    "*. /"%'i rn ' ’ */ ^    .    '    ^v<    '    MW ^    .    -    $    •    Mr if;';1' .-rv-‘*«A    fMf'fj ■ r> r Kins;***? I    I    •Y’    '    , ■ rn I ‘ ■ A .    ^ Potter, 1260 Eleventh street, Marion, a son; Thomas E. William.*, Center Point, a son; tery after a scuffle at a rock concert at Veterans Memorial 7'^ T* Hi** WM Larry D. Berner. 1257 Third av- coliseum Saturday evening, enue SE. a daughter.    Poiice    said    CM    reportedly th*f fa,mil!Ps of struck Fire Capt. Harold Filler Dreg BeniKchek, Monticello, a son; Norris Dobbin, 3853 Clark road SE, a daughter; Richard Slaymaker, 2740 Nineteenth avenue, Marion, a son; Curtis D. Bcrge, 3913 Fourteenth avenue SE, a son; Gary L. Thumma, Stanwood, a son; Wayne E. Ward, Shellsburg, a worth, who was providing fire security at the concert, accusing the fireman of bumping into him. Police said Cuhel had a cigaret believed to contain marijuana in his possession when he mn«hR,Ch.‘rednueP“S1on:23a>!WaS «™.«f * « taken to daughter; David R. Driskrll. 1140 Twenty-sixth street, Marion, a daughter. Out-of-Town Births At Waterloo — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Darrow, a daughter Oct. 25. Mrs. Darrow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ak e r s .    2354 Twenty-sixth street NYV. Darrow is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Darrow, 916 E avenue NW. At Dubuque — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Larkin, a daughter Oct. 26. Larkin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larkin, 1924 Second avenue SE. Fires the county jail in lieu of $125 bond on the intoxication charge and $500 on the marijuana charge. He also was held under $100 bond on a warrant held by authorities on a contempt of court charge. Police said about 50 persons came out of the building as Cuhel was arrested, but they broke up after he was taken from the area. .*.***••' 7 emu* i mjjoi    apSWfife'    i / ' ; ' ■ •' . Wk ■•-.rn h.-ii-. - ■■ /    *■*    . it'} lit! WrM7/7 7 ■ ' 7%,    ill    •    I    I / \/ *, / f I / '7;    ^ ilfl IU Ut :l * wmfsw-i I«7 PP / »%/: .> / / f I; / ' ll J ; / / fit-1 lf / / * r A * f / mm A. ft|#; I Two Are Jailed On Charges of Drunk Driving Two persons were held in the Linn county jail Saturday eve- 10:59 am. Saturday. Apply inhalation at 287 Jacolyn drive NW. 12:19 pm. Saturday. Unknown to leave* at 1610 C avenue NE. 2:01 p.m. Saturday. Needless njne after Up:,.- harped with call in 1400 block of Thirty- " S. ai. . . ng    Wlin third street NE.    drunk driving, one of them in 2:41 p.m. Saturday. Illegal Cedar Rapids and the other in burning on asphalt at 384 Marion. Twenty-sixth avenue SW. I ,,    _ ,    . ,    .___ 3:06 pm. Saturday. Needless Vernon Schminkey, 41, of 723 call in 900 block of Twelfth Ely avenue SW, was charged street NE.    'after    he was involved in a traf- burnlnr’on’asphalt'at 427 llfne- t!C 3CCidC"' jj Ule 2400 b,ock of twnth street NE    Rlve'' road SW. 6:07 p.m. Saturday, metal    Police reported he was driv- Ketr*roa0dnNWPha,‘ 31 4835 'VI! “J. •*" Side °f TOad 6:48 p.m. Saturday. Con- and that hls car struck one driv-troiled burning of leaves at en by Ronald D. Wullner, 20, of 632 Eighteenth avenue SW. 2801 C street SYV, which 7:17 p.m. Saturday. Needless ni.llincrn.it of a driv.uTJ ll in 20(1 hlnrlc nf Thirtv-fir*t lHg OU Of adri\e\V8\. Services Tuesday For Father Buzynski Father John James Buzynski, 83, died Friday at Mercy hospital in Cedar Rapids. H e had served Catholic churches in Cresco, Eldora, Ack-ely, St. Patrick’s in Cedar Rapids, State Center, Fairfax and Clear Lake before his retire ment July I, 1969. He lived in Fairbank until several months ago when he entered the hospital in Cedar Rapids. He was born Dec. 9, 1890, in Owatonna, Minn,, but he grew up in Fairbank. He attended Columbia college, now Loras, and was graduated from St. Paul’s seminary in St. Paul, Minn. Father Buzynski was ordained a priest at St. Paul June 6, 1920, land said his first mass at St. j John’s church in Independence. He served at St. Patrick’s in Cedar Rapids in 1927 and 1928. He is survived by three sisters, Clara Duffy, Independence; Mary Kayser, Walker, and Margaret Price, Victorville, Calif., and two brothers, Adam and Frank, both of Fairbank. Services: Tuesday at ll am. at St. Johns in Independence with burial in the church cemetery. Principal concelebrant will be the Most Rev. Francis J. Dunn, auxiliary bishop of the Dubuque Archdiocese. Friends may call at the White Funeral home in Independence until 5 p.m. Sunday and at the Immaculate Conception church in Fairbank from 7 to 9 p.m Sunday; at St. John’s in Independence from IO a m. to p.m. Monday and from 9 until the service Tuesday. was call in 200 block of Thirty-first street drive SE. 7:32 p.m. Saturday. Un Delbert P. Edwards, 26. of 700 . aw* . . . . „ ^ Thirty-fifth street, Marion, was at*0127:I Sixteenth avenue sw! charged by .Marion poiice. They 7:45 p.m. Saturday. Needless sa,d preliminary reports showed call in loo block of Fifteenth he had been driving erratically str-ftnSE' c ^    1100    bl0** °f F*rst ave* 7:49 p.m. Saturday. Illegal burning at 616 Fortieth street NE.    -- Iowa Deaths VA— Alburnett — Emma Thomas.    ,n ..    .    ,    , . 82. Cedar Memorial, Cedar    (Continued from Page I.) r- n tv i I complex for the veteran to un- Amber— George D. Dirks. 68. . „    . , .    „ ... ,    . . Monday ll at the Wayne Zion dcrstand and imposable for him Lutheran church. Goettsrh’s. j to apply,” says the report. “The Brandon — Netta M Donley, i confusing legal eligibility of vet- 71. White-Phil lips’, Indepen-jerans for medical care consti- dence. Central City wmH- Long Ride Up —Gaiety Ptxrto by L. W. Ward The antenna for the 2,000-foot KCRG-TV tower northwest of Walker just off highway 150 was put in place Saturday aftarnoon. This photo shows the first of two sections going up. The two sections together weighed eight tons. Raising the RCA antenna was International Tower Systems of Menominee Falls, Wis. The tower itself was fabricated by Stainless, Inc., North Wales, Pa. The new tower replaces one which collapsed Oct. <3. 1973. Testing still remains to be done, but KCRG officials expect the tower to be operative later this week. Mrs. Charles Penningroth Bertha Reichert Penningroth, 86, of 1941 Fourth avenue SE. widow of Judge Charles Penningroth, died Saturday. She was born Jan. 3, 1888, at Tipton. Mrs. Penningroth was a member of First Presbyterian church, College club, Chapter H. J. of P. E. O., American Legion auxiliary and charter member of Sigma Chapter in Iowa City of Alpha Chi Omega. She was graduated from the University of Iowa in 1911. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. William A. Hull and Mrs. Ernest F. Pence, both of Cedar Rapids; a son, Herbert Penningroth. Kokomo, Ind.; ll grandchildren and ll greatgrandchildren. Services: 12 noon Monday at First Presbyterian church by the Rev. John Shew. Burial will be in Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east from I p m. until 9 p.m. today and at the church rom 9:30 until 11:30 Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the memorial fund of the First Presbyterian church or to the charity of their choice. 9 a.m. Welfare— One Incident (Continued from Page I.) velop a whole new vocabulary,    TS calling the program “welfare! .    -    - -    . replacement” rather than “wel-!^\pOUnCl HOl ©I fare reform, and income sup- Qne incident Saturday eve-plement ’ rather than “negative ning marred the calm that re- Indepen- Mike Sweet. of 2 Suffer Head Injuries in Linn Traff ic Mishaps tutes the first compromise the quality of VA care.” The survey is also based on questionnaires sent to 25.000 patients, 20,431 employes, 1,159 physicians and 133 dentists. It says it is difficult to draw generalities. but the majority of pa-Two persons were treated at a t*ent complaints dealt with the Cedar Rapids hospital and re- need for ^Proved communi-leased Saturday after suffering cat*on b°tween doctors and pa-head    injuries in traffic    ac-    T‘rn,s cidents    “I    am confident the survey Ray Shramerk, .76. route four, was f^plished in a proles. Solon,    was injured when    his    jT3'    and ♦r,.r.ie    i„,A a.4,u,    Chase    said. We found that the truck    went into a ditch to avoid    ...    ,    ..    . hilting rar uhich wa, makinB quality of care given the vast a U-turn in front of "bn™ the major‘'v * VA patients was Ely blacktop Rapids. south of Cedar quite good and even outstand ing. and that, as might be expected in any system of the VA income tax.” The idea behind the new terminology is to begin the welfare reform debate on a new footing without old biases influencing congress, which must eventually approve such a massive undertaking. The proposed Income Supplement Program (ISP) would provide every needy family with a single tax-free sum from Washington. States would be given the option but would not be encouraged to add to that check. The plan would be tied directly to income and provide $3,600 a year to a family of four with no other income. It would provide support to every low-in-come individual and family, including the working poor. In addition. eligible persons would not be required to pay any federal income taxes. Every able-bodied recipient would be required to sign up for work and take a job if it was of- turned to the Roosevelt hotel area Friday night after a Thursday night disturbance in which Hostages— (Continued from Page I.) sadors and hoped to get one of them to the scene. Justice Minister Andreas Van Agt sent a negotiating team to a room near the chapel to com municate with the men by telephone. The Hague Mayor Victor Charles Hruska Charles Hruska, 83, of 2507 D avenue NE, died Saturday. He was bom Aug. 4, 1891, in Cedar Rapids. Mr. Hruska was a member of St. Paul’s United Methodist church, Crescent Lodge No. 25 a life member of Hanford Poet American Legion and of Battery E of Cedar Rapids after Work war I. There are no immediate sur vivors. Services; Monday at 1:30 p m. at Turner chapel east by the Rev. Denton Ericson and Crescent Lodge No. 25. Burial will be at Czech National cemetery. Friends may call after 1:00 p.m. today and until 1:00 p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. All Master Masons are asked to meet with Crescent Lodge at Turners east at 1:15 p.m. Monday. Sturbaum Infant Stephen Charles Sturbaum, in ant son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sturbaum, 1754 Meadow-iale drive NW, died Saturday. Je was born Oct. 25 in Cedar Rapids. Surviving, in addition to the parents, are two sisters, Julie and Jacqueline, and a brother, John, all at home; grandparents, Mrs. Gladys Sturbaum of Cedar Rapids, Marvin Sturbaum of Warner Robins, Ga. and Mrs. Ruby Proffit, Fairfield, Ohio, and a great-grand-mother, Mra. Ella Keeler, Denver, Colo. Services will be announced later. Turner chapel west is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Raymond Klass Ann Traxler Klass, 86, of 3121 Bever ave. SE, widow of Raymond N. Klass, and a Cedar Rapids resident most of her life, died Saturday following a brief illness. Born March I, 1888, in Pittsburgh, Pa., she was the former president of Raymond N. Klass Associates. Mrs. Klass was a member of Temple Judah, one of the founders of Temple Judah Sisterhood, honorary president of Hadassah, twice past president of TUT.A. of Arthur school, a member of Radio council, League of Women’s Voters, honorary official of the Salvation Army, member of auxiliary of the Linn County Bar A.SvSn., and one of the founders of Community Concerts. She also was a member of the board of Camp Fire Girls, past historian of Missouri Valley region of Hadassah, historian of District 20 National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, member of governor’s commission on status of woman in 1964, Hadassah woman of region in 1959, Hadassah woman of year 1962 and was listed in Who’s Who in World Jewery. Surviving are a daughter, Roseanne T. Klass, New York City; a son, Philip H. Klass, Washington, D. C., and a sister, Mrs. Sarah Baum, of Pacific Palisades, Calif. Services: 3 p m. Monday at Turner chapel east by Rabbi Israel Zoberman. Burial; Eben Israel cemetery. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, make a contribution to the memorial fund of Temple Judah. Friends may register at Turner chapel east. The casket will not be opened at any time. two police officers were injured Marijnen a former prime min and five persons arrested. Dan H. Over, Sterling, 111., reported that while entering the parking ramp about 7 p.m. a picketer blocked his car. opened his door and pulled him out by prison walls. A fleet of ambu-hig ^e.    lances    stood parked nearby. The pull reportedly caused    Volunteer    Group ister, and the city’s police chief were among the officials inside the prison. Outside, scores of police armed with rifles encircled the him to strike his head on his car, inflicting a minor laceration above his left eye. He also reported that a large woman kicked his car. Police said the choir hostages were members of the prisoners’ rehabilitation choir, a volunteer Dutch group that visits Scheven- hi- He reputedly was unable to ^ regularly identify his assailant or the! i_ .    .    .    ... woman, and no arrests were! lvv0    guerillas made. Three police cars were jacked a British VC IO jetliner dispatched to the scene.    'last March on a flight from Sympathy pickets joined Beirut to London. They diverted it to Amsterdam, released the members of the striking Hotel, Restaurant and Bartenders union Thursday night. None of I02 p;issengers m’w un' the five arrested was a member harmed but set the plane on fire of that union, on strike since with explosives, whisky and per-Aug. I.    fume. Several persons carrying A Harlem district court sen-signs with IBEW written on fenced them to prison June 6. them were observed Saturday They did not appeal. Nuri told STEWART FUNERAL HOME Formerly Monohon-Stewort 1844 First Avenue, N.E. We have so many beautiful ways to say something special FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day  —i—...................-—........................- — —I...-..—.. TEAHEN FUNERAL HOME Since J 936 Eldon B. Rohn MORTICIAN SOO First Ave. NW Marian F. Teahen OWNt.lt Phone 364-6627 fered. Only 50 cents of public _    .    . .    ...    r---------,      support    would be subtracted for evening in addition to those with his Dutch lawyer at the time the lire driver oi tile ear md not magnj(ude, there are deficien--every dollar earned, up to an signs indicating membership incase had created sufficient rornam arid has not m en iden- cies that need correcting.” ‘earned income of $7,200 a year, the striking union.    furor    for    the Palestinian cause. lined. The accident happened at 6:45 a m. WWW Barbara I). Bare. 19, of 1506 Pawnee drive NW, was injured when a car she was in was in-1 volved in a collision with an oncoming truck which turned in front of the car. The car was driven by Raymond R. McGraw. 16, of 4037 Vine avenue SE The truck was driven by Wayne A. Jones, 28. Postville The accident happened on highway 13 at the Linn county home road. Jones was charged; with failure to yield the right of way. NOVAK MONUMENT CO. FINE MEMORIALS SINCE 1*92 203 14th Ave. Si Phone 364-4439 Markers, Monuments and Private Mausoleums Always A Welcome GiftI Planters with Green Foliage Terrariums PIERSON’S'^!8 I SOO HIU Blvd. NW i FLOWER PHON! 366-1636/' •IOU* E. LAI**:* flowers Since 1909 Convenient downtown location 308 Third Avtnui S.E. 365-OS ll John B.lUrner& Son Funeral I Erectors Serving all faiths since 1888. IUnkt’s UclSt HCH) Seem Kl An c. SB Tliri ht s West 1221 First Ave. West Deputies Arrest Four on Charge Of Possession Four persons were charged with possession of a controlled substance Saturday evening after Linn deputies checked a car they were in on Sixth street SW near Hawkeye Downs and allegedly found a quantity of a substance believed to be marijuana. They are Robert A. Baldwin, 20, Magnus hotel; Ralph J. Davids, 19, of 1019 Seventh street SE; Pamela Button, 18, of the Seventh street address, and a 17-year-old girl. The adults were held in the county jail in lieu of $500 bond. The juvenile was to be released to her parents. Mrs. Marian Benner Marian H. Benner, 83, of 1254 Fourth ave. SE, and a resident of Cedar Rapids for the last 60 years, died Saturday.. Her death has been ruled a suicide. Police said she was found with a plastic bag over her head. Bom October 12, 1891, at Hawarden, she was a member (rf YVestminster Presbyterian church. Surviving is a grandson. A body donation was made to the University of Iowa school of medicine. Turner chapel east was in charge of arrangements Patrick E. McCullough Patrick E. McCullough, 77, died Friday in Chicago. Born Jan. 13, 1897, in Illinois, he was a former Cedar Rapids resident. Surviving is a sister, Mary Ellen Taylor, Mountain Valley, Calif. Services: St. Henry’s church in Chicago. Graveside services will be Monday at 3:30 p.m. at Mt. Calvary cemetery. Local arrangements by Brady-Kuba funeral home. It Pays To Advertise Dyke Infant The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Roger Dyke, 1148 C avenue NW, died at birth early Saturday morning in a local hospital. Surviving besides the parents are one sister, Michelle, at home; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gohde, McGregor, and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Dyke, Cedar Rapids. Services: Thornburg funeral home in McGregor, at 1:30 p m. Monday. Burial:    Pleasant Grove cemetery, McGregor. Friends may register at Turner chapel west until 9 p.m. today. The casket will not be open at any time, Drive Safely Memorial Services McIntosh, Ann M. — Monday at IO a.m. in the Stewart funeral home by the Rev. Richard J. Hess. Burial; Mt. Calvary. Friends may call at the Stewart funeral home today from 2 to 9 p.m. Friends may, if they wish contribute to the American Cancer Society. Terpkosh, Stella — Monday at ll a.m. at Brosh chapel. Burial; Czech National. Seaton, William F. — Monday at 2 at Chapel of Memories by the Rev. John P. Woods of Westminster Presbyterian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Masons are to meet at tho chapel at 1:45 p.m. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial. . Fandrey, Sylvia May —Turner chapel west at 10:30 a.m. Monday by the Rev. E. Wayne Ryan. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west. 'STif (f felt* l\npuU t stabit»h««J In IU) bv Th* Gazette Co. ana Published dolly and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Raoidt. Iowa 52406. Second class postage paid at Ctdar Rapids, iowa. Subscription rotes bv corrlar 95 cents a, week. >y moil: Night Edition and Sunday 4 issues S3.7S a month, 119 OO a year: At* ter noon Editions and Sunday I tssuet 53 IS a month, 540.00 a year. Other states and U S. territories 560 OO a year No Mall Subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette corrlar service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to tho ut# tor republication of all the local newt printed in this newspaper os wall at all AP nows dispatches. CENTURY BURIAL VAULTS Since 1927 Charles, Henrietta, & Charles Jr. Pochobradsky 4219 MT. VERNON RD. S E. 364-7478 Time and Understanding fjf&* For many years weThave served tile families ol y ^ community with dignity, understsHfag and integrity, At » Cedar Memorial we take the extra time to render the impest service our profession is capable df. 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