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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NATIONM SfRVICf: 30.00 N6WORLIKAN8 ItGtND DEATHS _V UHWtATWfftfOTOCA: Rain is expoclcd Wednesday night from the central Plains, over most of the Mississip- pi valloy and upper Groat Lakes. Snow flurries are likely over the central and southern Rock- ies. Showers are expected from eastern New York into New England with rain over Maine. William Rinderknecht, Retired Banker, Dies William Kinderl'.neclil, ICi, lor- incrly of 2-121) Fifth avenue Slv a Hapids most of his life and a retired dcnt uf lhc Peoples Hank and 'I'rusl (.'o., died in a Cedar Hapids hospital Wednesday fol- lowing a illness. lie was horn Feb. in I'eiitnn county, and was mar- lo 'ierlrude Wilhelmina JHaehnian .March lillli. Mr. Hinderknechl was ,-i member of the First Lutheran church, Ml. llennon lodge Al'' and AM. jCedar Hapids Consistory, and was a life member of Kahir Shrine and Hie Kilts club. He is survived by his wife. Se r v i c es First Lutheran church at .'i p.m. Friday by Dr. George W. Carlson, Jiurial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east from 1 to p.m. Thursday and at the church from 10 a.m. to p.m. Friday. The casket w not be opened alter the service Jim Harris Heads Kirkwood Congress UVil., October Final Report trial of in Jan- A special study a capacity of at least 500, has finished its examination of a'an arena sealing at least proposed community center forand meeting or convenlion Hapids, and has recom-'rooms with a capacity of at the problem of paying least 1.200; u" for Hie facility be turned over The annual gross income of Ha rns -lim Harris. Storm been eluded president of wood Community college. sic him. Both Mardian and 1'ar- il nison arc- i Magruder said Mardian jhim to lei! Parkinson the iboul Watergate. i lie sail! he then asked le meant thf cover slory ed: "I nic The Weather Atlania Bismarck Chicago Dcnv9r Duluth Honolulu Houston :verniahi arid inches of pre-- 43 35 L. Angeles 65 5-1 .79 62 Miami 79 73 .03 55 A2 Min'apoliS 61 52 .30 65 62 ,32 N. Orleans 51 71 .03 58 -13 .19 New York 68 55 51 <16 .1? Phoenix ..67 53 85 72 Scallle 56 43 84 75 Washinqton 7-1 57 BUS unver Listed Fair iirlniri-tor at Six-i A f, n e and {JedtlUg fire (hroiicll carburetor at Six- leenUi avenu street SW. Magistrate's Court Sneetliiifr Oliver Skurdahl, diau whellii trulii or 11 A'lai'dian r want you In Magrudcr the'nexl hour and a half g Harris polled votes to Helen (Jrunowald of P.Iairslown _ and votes for Leonard Bmven Tl'11 jjof New York City, N.V. Laler that day. Magruder ten- ful. no fi Oilier executive officers eleel-ltified. Mitchell ask'-d him why -d by Kirkwood students arejie had (old Parkinson the Irulh a n !Debbie Jayne of Iowa City, sce-jand Magrudcr answered that lie ,-md Herbert Loekwood.'did it on Mardian's instrudions. Norlhwood drive, Hiawatha.i Magruder said Mitchell told surjmitlt I'ark lowne court NIC. ;biin. "Well, just don't tell the' Lcnnv Kulseh. iilffii 1 ;ili.V Hugh J. Owens Hugh J. Owens, of Extended forecast Oc- casional rain on Friday and Sat- urday. Partly cloudy .Sunday. Mild with highs in the 60s and lows in 40s and 50s. C. R. Weather High 1 uesday ................7U Low overnight ___ Noon Wednesday 2 p.m.............. Precipitation Total for October Normal for October Normal through October ..29.39 Total for 1974 ..............41.05 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon The city bus driver who beaten Tuesday morning at Tuesday, lie was born Nov. 27. 1900, in Poultney. VI., ancl was married to Mabel Hock Sept. m-nhlem Mile student committee. Jim lnK on tnc pionif.m 1922. at Nebraska City. n.-.nink I Laler this Mr. Owens transmirtalion With aggressive managc- rcporl was is- menl, the center should he sclf- ,ued, advising the city council'supporting and perhaps show a accept an offer made by after tiic first three to five truth Augusl. years of operation. Tiie company has offered to1 ordinal plan, building the work willi council and the ccnk'r conjunction wilh a committee lo develop and privalely-built hotel, was re- .ma. present a method of funding the although there have been, commiinily ccnlcr. expected to since the original cost between S8 million and SB by business men Peter I million of Cedar Rapids and If the linancing plan is sue- ccssful. the company will collect1 a fee of one percent of the total' ,.osl. If it is unsuceoss-1 will serve as lhc site of the 1 'community center if it. is built. T: commi ee fi-; v however. Allen will ap- parently not be directly in- volved in Ihe project, except in a minor role. Cominitlee vice- and The two made the proposal bidding on urban east of lhc fi-; subcommittee rccorn- ie Nuvoun offer as Ihe most workable one was a NW. was elected chairman of thnt work- the financing is successful the ing oi iCadwallader, 826 Daniels street' El.y V: Kirkwood Community c'nllcjje by dl11 riclcl' (iitl not "ll- fare was listed Wedncs- nichard WnrdLMi. Man- [day in fair condition in the in- Springvillc; Gregory 'BrcnncrJI1''''1'' 1G03 Maple drive NW; Arvicij Ivan Sluder, 48. 1625 Brock- Silvcrs, Prairie Creek trailerjman avenue, Marion, was ad- af'cr he Coty. "avenue lo lhc bead. Charles Norman, 111! Redface and back. executive Wilson and Co. lie joined the or- ganization in Nebraska City in 1921 and moved to Cedar in 1932. He was assigned lo the Wilson headquarters in Chicago in 1043 and was the company's general traffic manager for four years prior to his retirement in Mi 1 INK. was elected chairman of the-silld- helped mm pi'e- committee. K statements lo be given tin 11 were making Iieavy demands on Allen's time, an-l co-developers with Bzan- son, if any, will now probably In addilion to Ihe finance ___c Ccdar Ra ids immiilee report, lindings of Wins road SW; .lames Patton.j ]Joliee said the lil lhc drv Kramer, Center Point; Campus area was Samuel ..I'oAiin Sniilh. Central 36, of 1235 Fourth avenue fined Slid and cosis.'SK, began hitting Studer. said Clark had clis- Aikin Ncumoyer. {played a lorn bus ticket, which chairman of the fiscal commit- Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m.. ,SSW at 7 mpli. Sun rises Thursday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High. 61; low, 36: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Thtirsthiy Weather, Jli-Lo .30.15 Sixteenth avenue SW; Kenneth jSludor refused to accept Armstrong, Martolle: Gcoi'Re Af_ ,_ Nielsen, Brandon; Klillghainnier, Walker; rence Pelley. H i g o u r n e y: Hie Piismarek .......Cloudy CbicaRo .........Slnvrs Cir.rinr.a'! Fair 7'i-SV Cleveland Fair Ii7-a2 Mollies ........Ruin lil-50 Dctroil, .........PtCldy 73-4n Inciiaiiapolis .....PtCldy Kansas Tsluvrs (i7-a.'i Milwaukee .......Sluvrs fi.i-41 Mpls.-SI. Paul .....Rain 59-41 Omaha...........Rain (13-15 St. Louis ........Tshwrs Falls ........Ha ill TiS-Sd Degree Days Tuesdav ...................4 Total to date Throusb October 20, 1974 .S2'J Percent of normal Total normal year Mississippi Staaes (Flnnil sUifros in lir.ickels) LaC.'rossc (12) 5.2. rise .2 Lansing (18) 7.7. rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 12.9, no chanse McGregor (i.7, no cbnnije Guttenberc (15) 4.1. rise .3 Pubuquo (17) 7.1. no change chan.co navcnpnrl. -1.1. no change Keokuk (III) 2.6, fall .1 Cellar al (IS) 3.43, rise .07 Coralviile Lake Pool level Wednesday fi.13.37 Births St. Luke's Ocl. 'JO Mr. and Mrs. John Bate in n n. .street SK. a son. Garnet Timinerman, Central Garv 271 Wiley boulevarrl NW; liicky Tenth street SW; scllnnl said. Clark was arrested inside a David VailHouten. 5111 mail SW; David Fisher, each fined and costs. NW; fined and costs. East Ely; after witnesses nished a description. county attorney's office court and was relcafcd Driver's license violation Faulty i-qiiipmc-nl llls recognizance. A Foui-ib street SW; I work release hold was placed on 'Clark and he was taken lo the county jail on bond. Clark, a resident of the House of Hecoiislruclion, was a paro- lee from the men's reformalory at Anamosa whore lie was serv- ing a sentence for a rob- AM and a member of the Chica- go Traffic club. He attended ,St. Paul's United Methodist church. Surviving in addilion to his wife are two (laughters, Mrs. Lawrence M. Jones, jr.. of Fort] McPhcrson, Ga., ami Mrs. Jim S. Rilcy, Houston; two brothers, William, Kimberling, Idaho, and Glynn Owens. Percival: three sisters. Mrs. Frank Ncavilt. At- chison, Kan.: Mrs. Harvey Mead, Percival, and Mrs. Carol Moore. Omaha, and four grand- children. Services: Turner chapel east al. p.m. Friday by the Rev. Dcnlon Ericson and Ml. Mormon lodge. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner cast until I p.m. Friday. The casket will not be opened after Hie scr- Winsor, Wcndcc Phillips, of 3208 Pebble drive SW, and Margaret 1-logan, 1706 Apache drive NW. All of the newly-elected per- sons will serve the JU7-1-75 school year. The Kirkwood stu- dent, congress is composed of representatives of lhc voca- tional, technical and arts andi sciences student groups. Jdle M( (Ll C I t Ue VL I lu, he -cns USagc' The study committee was Ihe statement, in Mrly Janu aboul of course" iwcre also revealed. jfour m ,n f( t, proposai Mwr madt! by Bezanson and Mitchell Okay include: Ullon Magrudcr testified, Tuesday! Tlle ccnlcr indutlc ai that Mitchell approved lhc hal' with a seating saying. "Let's give them the, and sec what they come; 'tontinucd fi'om Jage 1.) up with." jert AL Miles, inventor of the Later, according lo Magrudcr, j surgical clip used in Nixon's Mitchell was shown lhc said that postopera- of Ihe first brcakin at hemorrhage is infrequent Marion; Philip Kel, Hnffa. route fined and one, costs. I'.Y. 55 Oklahoma av- Oavid McMurrin. Scventb avenue- SE; Pa- cacb I'inecf S2II Crystal Fortner Crystal Darlene Forlncr, 49, of 1910 Ninth slrcel. SW. died a Ccdar costs. Mark- Lone, Garritlger. 32-1 Four- leenlli street SE: cacb fined SIS and cosfs. to ston Arttnir Wctio, Urbana; fined andj ibery conviction in A lcGaI secretary for the law firm of Chipokas, Koehler. Konald f'.ard-j ncr, Ml. A'ernnn; fined and costs. I (Continued from Page L) prevent authorities from hack- ing down on any agreement. The c of her life, she was born in SI. Joseph, Mo., July 23. !02a. Mrs. Fortner a member of Immaculate Conceplioii Calli- Johnson. Marsha and costs. Mcd'r yiolalion own; fined convicts grabbed 22 cap-jolic church and the Legal Sccre- Vi-.i dui'tiit; ,i iiomaii Caliuili......... jmass at Schevcningen prison Nancy Henderson, Cedar Mildred'Saturday, hut later released an Scott, in.ifi Fourth avenue SF.; elderly man and five women Rapids- her father Abner Bnycl. fiell' iCcdl11' RaPids' ancl lhrcc ary CHID. Surviving are a daughter. A justice ministry said the rebels gave no indica- lion of their deslinalion and put no deadline on their demands. But Ihe four prisoners, talking j fined and costs. jNcw- haril. Hillside drive NW; Paul SleiU'd- Leasing Corp.. 1510 Collins rnad IVK: each fined S21I and costs. J and .1 Auto Sales. First ave-jover a portable telephone lo nc- nue SE: Nonna Madison. promised lo free the Sixth street Marion; each fined ,w _ _vnln and ancl costs. School stop .sifia yiolafion Turtunnton, (552 Thirty- ninth street NE: fined and costs. Traffic signal i-ioliition Gregory Churchill. 2114 Lin-! "Ie ilnsliirc drive SF; l.eslcr Vu- lake Ihe remainin. Services pending at Turner east where friends may call cratic national committee head- and patient shock is rare in that was recovered at a.m. Wednesday from the Cedar bridge in the downtown area. 'he man. described as bc- twccn CO and 70 years of age.jocrals. by a city employe in a city hal jffice. Original Suggestions i The two business men origi- ieal intelligence plan that al lcasl 2'000' a thealcr! nally suggested a center with an arena seating 8.000, a "little the- :.fn.-" 1.00" and a perfor- ming arts tenter seating in addilion to a convention hall with a capacity of 1.500. They estimated the construc- tion cost at million, and sug- gested the cost be paid by tax increment financing. Under the linancing method, schools and county government continue lo receive the taxes they are presently receiving from a given area of land, but the tax increment the addi- tional revenue resulting from improvements to the land all goes to the city to pay off bonds sold to construct the community ccnlcr. Tax Revenues When the center is paid oft, the additional tax revenues are shared among the city, county and schoools. quarters and expressed dissalis- type of surgery, faction. A second breakin was I 'A five-man medical team par- attempted June 17, 1972, but in the hour-long opera- iburglars were caught. which stalled al a.in Magrudcv told how Mitchell, 1. 1072, twice The body of an unidcnlificdircjcctcd Cordon Liddy's pro- lor political intelligence plans thai called for breakins, Tncsday. After plhc operation described as relatively simple doctors fold a news confer- ence that lhc former Chief Executive was "doing well." Hiekman. an assistant prof.es- kidnaping of dcm-jsor of surgery at (he UCLA onstralion leaders and using] school of medicine, called the jprostilulcs to compromise Dem-j operation "uneventful" and i "Very Negative'' "'covering i He described Mitchell's Ilion lo Liddy's initial Si-million a.m. The man was ils on arrival al St. Luke's hospital mlh lifter firemen removed his body from about four feet of water. The body was found about all said. "Mr. Nixon is doing well in the normal Arrested Circulation Hut jusl over six hours later, slipped into vascular jddy came hack wi plan and, once shock winch arrested the circti- Mitchc rejectee l. lalion of his hood for hrcc 5u according o MaBi'udcrJ, ihoura before doctors and nurses eel downstream from able to "stabilize" his con- it was scaled down lo i o v-u 'he grey-haired man, who was not carrying any idenlifiea- lion, was wearing a grey suil L'oal, light blue pants and black shoes. 'lho the Watergate office building Tax increment, financing will apparently not raise enough to pay for the whole cenler, if the tax increment district is limited lo lhc adjoining hotel. The Nuvccn company will study, among other things, ex- tending lhc district to cover downtown urban renewal property, combining tax incre- Lungren said the complication financinR a .1 entered on Memorial bJ' "some or variations of those fi- irctro-penlonacil blcctlinu scc- end, Documents ucrc _______ _ fa empt lo dclermine his identity. Authorities have not been able o find anyone w-lio was witli the victim al the lime he fell into on telephones. A few days later, Magruder said. "I received two packages from Mr. Liddy Each pack- age contained .synopses of tele-! I'.arlier, phone conversations at. Demo- cratic national cnmmillee liead- to anti-coagulation ther- ipy." Hclro-pcrilonaeal blccd- ng means bleeding behind the that bLirrounus (lie nancing plans. There still remains a great deal of work and research, in addition lo financing problems, abdomen. the center is to become a re- I.ungrcn had said. .Several Snags was "somewhat more risk! Several snags were uncovered normal" to the the sludy committee, for he (quarters and photographs Nixon had been including space lanti-coagulanls which left him1 man suffering from a heart con- dition as .soon as Holland pro- (Memorial Services C'ooh, Dawn Pri- vate -services al 1 p.m. Thurs- day at. Chapel nf Memories hv the Tiev. Georse McPill of Hns M e m o r i a 1 J'rcshytcrian church. Burial: Cedar Memori- al. Usln'r, Vern KUvond Thursday at. a.m. by the Mercy n i in Tn f-.miiim- nf Tolotln: 'Xmlnp, IJIJTPS the airport after Icflisl Kl'v- Martin L.-uiRhlm. -'T A avenue NL; each fined v-in llnespl for Ml- Calvary with military Wayne Central City. .m llocf-H jaded lo post, I-.arl Hulirr, JOfii) C, _ jillegal possession ol a gun and American Prayer s Iowa inspected Ihe escape vice Wednesday at ji.ni. avenue a sou. Out-of-Town Births At liulian.ipolis. 1ml. Ml. and Mrs. Liiren a son Oct. Coppock is tlie win "f Mr. and Mrs. Mclviii 142 Twenlicth avcmii- SW. Marriage Licenses Sharon Kindle and Slepl I'lV Council Opens Six Storm Sewer Bids Vinliin Traei i Saturday at. at Ih eliurcb. Campbell's. i lilliadrr Geneva Rlllikoser.i Thursday al II at Si. Paul's! storm sewer construction I Methodist church. Kluin. witbjject (Continued from Page 1.) Fine for Greyhound Gifls lie look them home and lo uncontrolled hlcediiif Iliem "and 1 Ilicy of little value." 'Lungren had been no excessive bleeding. "Created Problem' K- shoekVneaicr Liddy ,vas summoned lo causi.d by his! 'In WASHINGTON (Al') A s olfltT' AIfrllclcr' emotional era! judge Wednesday matenaUvas shown (Irevhound Corp. the c atloiney gcneial. depressed. One physician council Sn.llOO for making in ille-i MitHiell was gal conlribulions lo UM-V P1 Nixon and (ieorge Mi-Covcrn in iLs Ihe presidential campaign. Magrnc.fr Tin- moncv was raised He quoted Liddy as explaining i some embarrassment.: isn't enough room on Ihe site for all Hie functions. The surgery, however.'committee recommended look- told reporters purchasing an existing 'aeilily. such as the Paramount to use for performing conjunction with the stale a sourcclcommunily center, im said Nixon Mayor Don Canncy said the receive a for- "Emotional stress can be a very thing, and on Ihe can oi bonuses lo "r executives, who had been cii-jw'ol'kln." coin-aged by the corporalion to UTnn" 1'hnne. conlrihiitc lo one of the presi- dential candidates. mal presentation and rccom- mcndalion from the committee, is now done with its ;work. vascular system was in' "I would assume we would I vi' lot ''cfiin with before follow the recommendation of one w'is oii the'''111 "u- the mayor said, jaddcd. noting that surgery wasj He declined to guess how delayed because of Nixon's'much lime Ihe Nuveen company Cedar Pl.imiv ble, Ml n- i Marnages D1S-.olvnc! was inlcrview campus hv lhc station KCOK. 1 Hopkinron Youth Shov Scbv.-.-. hamp- iMn-hael Illll. -land Ifae ;inil .Intiii l.aylun ('arpclllcr. llellv I .mi anil (.'ail Selmnr. Willard and Hotly L. ('lark'. Anne and Carson rl Iiiili-pciiilcnri' 7li. SI. I'liiri ccini U'.iU.- nesilav al I! al While's. Montirclli) William Iv Vdsel, S.'l. Saturday al KK.'llljVCSlniellt Corp., liclwcen Twciily n i ;and Thirliclh slrcel ijCxiMing pipe cast creek. liiornseii In-- wilh a bid ofiHapid.s. (nun Havenporl. o Imi'an1 ruiiiuls in Cedar Kapid Sen. Cloyd Democralie on I'llllCtil held !hi (inference and mingled Hnpknilon hoy was in good con- .small gathering of slu-l'lilion in a Cedar Kapids bospi- Ibe union lounge helorcllal Weiluesilav afier he was ac- nig wilh his wife, liulh. a caliber rille i O ft M-i a Is sail He said Liddy promised "to correct the problem." Was Ihe problem corrected'1 learned oil the morning oi June !7. that Liddy had not cor- rected the problem, but created a problem." replied Magruder jwill need lo work up its financ- ing plan. City Agrees To Sell Bonds for Wilson im at. V'irsl I'resljylcrian chin eh. 1511; Visitation al Cnellsch's after V Tlmrsrlav. i llelli Sons Firos ACO Kogers' perlorming iiorsc, gcr. upheld as a Inrned down a Sllilijino against th" cnwbov star. bidders were Kay lier- Inr., S c h mill Coustriiclion Co.. Itowler Cunslrucliuii CD.. Ciinerele Maiulc nance Co., and La- me! I i and Sous, Hopping MANCIIKSTKH. Mngland I AIM lAnlliorilii miii counly road a wcsl o! Delhi whi youth look case and nani el the Drunk Driving Count Filed by Deputies knee with elrirs'; ilh drunk 1 ie I inn lie lilies Tucsdav alteriii'nti ilurii of ,1 Iraliie a ciiieul on highway l.'m nnnh Iliawalha. Details ol Ihe a ciiicnt were noi rcitorlcd Itelil in l) c n i nilll I Continued from Page l.'i of Aincrican lood grains in the next The Cedar Kapids cily council said Kissinger told Prime ,Min- to sell pollution control revenue isicr Indira tlandhi's govern- bonds for Wilson and Co. to help men! thai payment Inr ifinance air pollution conlrol rie- Ihe rice and oilier grain lor lhc firm'.-, furnaces. have to he in dnllars. Hut The city has he said pavmenl could he ilar agreement spread ever -to and oulv 2'panies in the percent inlcrcst wnidd be no financial merely aels i Mere lor American.sale. By doing so, the bonds are lend awailed him in and can lie sold at a ilesh, where Hie threat ol I'am- lower inlercsle rate. even more acute than inj Ahout lo million of llonds is helllg eoll-ailereit Flowers Always Show You Care 4 Seasons 30211 Ml. 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