Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 30, 1974, Page 3

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 30, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATION*! WI ATMI * MtVICI fOMCA*T I* 7 AM IU Id . ti - » DEATHS Jim Harris Heads Kirkwood Congress wr/sT- yf UM WI Aft# 11OTOCASf Rain is expected Wednesday night from the central Plains, over most of tho Mississip pi va:ley and upper Great Lakes. Snow flurries are likely over tho 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 Rinderknecht, Hit, formerly of 2428 Fifth avenue SE, a Cedar Rapids resident most of I his life and a retired viceQprcsi-!dont of the Peoples Rank and Trust Co., died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Wednesday following a long illness. He was born Feb. 25, 18R1, in Benton county, and was married to Gertrude Wilhelmina Bachman March 20, 1916. Mr. ; Rinderknecht was a member of |the First Lutheran church, Mf. Hermon lodge AF and AM, Cedar Rapids Consistory, and I was a life member of El Kahir Shrine and the Elks club. He is survived by his wife. Services: First Lutheran church at 3 p m George W. C Cedar Memorial menus may call at Turner east from I to 9 pm. Thursday and at church from IO a m. to p.m. Friday. The casket Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) $150,000 was spent for a convention .security plan. Magruder gave that false story under oath both before the grand jury and at the trial of the Watergate burglars in January, 1973. Parkinson Told The C edar Rapids Gazette: Wed., October 30, 1974 JA Civic Center Group Issues Final Report torney general, brought Kenneth Parkinson, a lawyer hired by the re-election committee, to see him Both Mardian and Parkinson are defendants. The Weather H.qh terr'ptfwtures Tuesday low tem Dfatures overnight and inches of pre epilation Anchorage 43 35 L. Angeles 45 54 Atlanta 79 43 Miami . 7* ;j .03 Bismarck    55    43    Min'apolis    41    52    .30 Chicago ..    45    42    .32    N. Orleans    81    71    .04 Denver    58    42    .19    New York    48    SS Duluth    51    44    ,19    Phoenix    47    53 Honolulu    84    72    Seattle    54    43 Houston    84    75    Washington    74    57 fire through carburetor at Sixteenth avenue and Eleventh street SW. Magistrate's Court Bus Driver Listed Fair After Beating The city bus driver who was not be opened after the service. Hugh J. Owens Hugh J. Owens, 73. of 1623 Park Towne court NE, died I Tuesday. Ile was born Nov. 27. 1900, in Poultney, Vt., and was ied to Mabel Bock 1922, at Nebraska City. Mr. Owens was a transportation executive with A special study committee with a capacity of at least 500, has finished its examination of a an arena seating at least 8,000 proposed community center for and meeting or convention I ,,    ,    . .... , lL . . . (Cedar Rapids, and has recoin- rooms with a capacity of at i lie also testified hat    nR - mended the problem of paying least 1.200; ;the week of July >, 19 2, Rober j-Qr the facj|jjy turned over to) — The annual gross income of ':™La. _>rI!U,,u-d„S.Sl!'.4<‘nta Chicago investment banking the center is estimated at about corporation.    $178,600; At a meeting Tuesday night,) — With aggressive manage-the committee report was is- ment, the center should be selfsued, advising the city council supporting and perhaps show a Magruder sa.d Mardian asked >° acwP* a" <•"*™dp *>7 John Z°'!l    ^    ‘° him lo tell Parkinson the truth Wn and Co ln Au«usl-    years of opPrat,on about Watergate.    Tht‘    company has offered lo He said he then asked Mar- work »’>»> 'ho council and the dian whether he meant the reality committee to develop and I»wmci>-nuui truth or the cover story and present a method of funding the 'a™*1    there have been I community center, expected to somr (nanges cost between $8 million and SS proposal by business men Peter million    Bezanson of Cedar Rapids and , lf the financing plan is suc. Andrews Allen of Minneapolis. Harris polled 99 votes to 69 for Parklnson ., factua| aC(.oun,’ eessful. the company will collect ,rhc h ddi a fee of one percent of the total bidding ^on urban renewal project cost, lf it is unsuccess-’ Later that day, Magruder tes- ful, no fee will be paid The study committee’s ti-, nance subcommittee recom- Jim Harris Jim Harris, Storm Lake, has bt*en elected president of the or Mardian cover replied: “ mean ti. Friday by Dr. I(VJ1    ,    u , want you to tell the truth. Carlson. ' Jturial:    student    congress    at    Kirk-    jjagrudcr    said    he    then    spent al Friends may !waod Ummun,,7 coUcR<!    the    next    hour    and    a    half    giving The original plan, building the center in conjunction with a hotel, was Tether o since the original Helen Grunewald of Blairstown. 2 53 and 16 votes for Leonard Bowen will Extended forecast — Occasional rain on Friday and Saturday. Partly cloudy Sunday. Mild with highs in the 60s and lows in 40s and 50s. Don't Tell Truth” " “""    V1    *"^***;",jland    cast    of    the    Roosevelt    hotel project cost. If it is unsuccess- ., .    ..    ..    , ., of New York City, N Y.    j    Later    that    day,    Magruder tes- ful, no fee will be paid.    j    will    serve    as    the    site    of the Other executive officers elect-titled. Mitchell asked him why Thp study committee’s fj. c0^mun^ center J1 IS cd by Kirkwood students are he had told Parkinson the truth nanCc subcommittee recoin-* No"; however Allen will ap-Debbie Jayne of Iowa City, sec--and Magruder answered that he mended the Nuveon offcr as thefe"!1^ JI®    ?» rotary, and Herbert Lockwood, did it on Mardian’s instructions. ^si and most workable one    . p™Ject* ^xcept in 132 Northwood drive, Hiawatha,! Magruder said Mitchelf told submitted. The performance    n    r(°    *.'1    -    rJIImI treasurer.    him, ‘‘Well, just don’t tell the cIause protccts the city< the sub_    ^    I    Jfna Lenny Kutsch. of 823 I avenue truth an>’ more t0 an>' Pt>0Pje committee pointed out. and if uf,avv    H manri4    on    Allen’*    tim# NW was elected chairman ofthat are not on th€ team work* the financing is successful the Iy    demands    on    Aliens    time, married to Mabel Bock Sept. 24, !!    *    J    *    ,:f    cnairman    on    i(    mc minting is successful int and envelopers with Bzan- ,n0f, tt.T_u_ .Cl    the student life committee. Jim!in*ontnt proniem.    one percent fee is reasonable ! 45 vp^r Cadwallader, 826 Daniels street1 Latei* *hls week, Magruder jn addition to the finance sub-. with NE* was clected chairman of the;said’ 1 ai"kinson he.ped him pre- Cf')mmit(ee reportt findings of ~rpa 3«40*TvSf5 ^Tn^rsw-.^*" 7rfSd:,y m'TK * I Wtou’^ ». IMM the or-    R    sulx'0mm',,'’('5 on usage'public'' The study committee was Darlene Roedcr, >3.6 °Fo^    Station    in    Nebraska    City    in    of^.Hsca cotmd-£ slots'acc,,- * “T*    ma"a«cmcnl    "a-d in early January, about 1921 and moved to Cedar Rapids t p    ‘    raje 0f course.” in 1932. He was assigned to the!    I nr,    ,    ,    ,      Elected    to    serve    on    the    Mitchell    Okay Wilson headquarters in Chicago; _________,    .    |    ^ !."!wS kml. bf w«l..«ag?d*r.. testified. Tuesday j_________________________________ ________ ________ son, if any, come from will the now probably Cedar Rapids mer,    F ;    general    traffic    manager for four ., ,,    ’    .    cu,    '    ‘    'that    Mitchell    approved    the    polit-    tonctri nan wim a sealing ca-; ^wo ^usj rTici m Van ' U Cr\^    ®r0Cj’1    years    prior    to    his retirement in 4 nncV L*1!! •* vHirCI ical intelligence plan that result- Paci,y at least 2,000, a theater najjy SUggested aller man avenue, Marion, was ad-jqfic    Hnaan.    17M    Anarh#    Hriv#Nw    h    1    ..    i------------ court; Karen Hendrickson, 932    mitted    to    the    hospital    after he    ‘ur Tvi'^iifv.firct n von no S\\\r* P;mi *-    .    r    All teenth street NP',; each linedja rider who did not have the $35 and costs. Daniel Kadlec,!P™per fare was listed Wednes-Ely; Richard Worden, Man-(day in fair condition in the in-chester; Francis Wagner 1816    tensive care unit at Mercy hos- Fourth avenue SP.; Kaye Lawn,    J Springville; Gregory Brenner, 1603 Maple drive NW; Arv Silvers, Prairie Creek trailer    man    avenue,    Marion, C.    R.    Weather    court; Karen Hendrickson, 932 mitted to    the    hospital    diver    ne    Vfr    Owens    'VI- a    inst    m istf't Twentv-first avenue SW; Paul    011gf„A •    ,    ,    *«r-    uwens    was a    past    master High Tuesday ................'°    Coty, 1428 Third avenue SE;    ;Suf‘ered    mjurjes to the head,    of    Mt    Hermon lodge,    AF and Low overnight ........  56    Charles Norman, 113 Red    ‘aw and    back. Noon Wednesday .............65    Wing road SW; James Patton,    Police    said the bus was    ‘ * p m-  ..................-    ,hc    <lr!Ve fram ,h« Paul’s United Methodist church. 1 recipitation  ...........None    Kregg Kramer, Center Point.    ‘    aria when Samuel    Surviving    in    addition    to his Total for October ...........I 13 JoAnn Smith, Central City;jCiark, 36, of 1235 Fourth avenue|VVjfc are (VV0 daughters Mrs Normal for October ........2.26. each    fined    $30 and    costs.    SE, began hitting Studer.    Lawrence M Jones lr of    Fort Normal through October . .29'Vi»ncs*s said Clark had dis-    McpSn Ga and Mrs.    Jim Total for 1974 ............. 41.05    rosts Al]un xeumover, 4401 played a torn bus ticket, which S. Riley, Houston; two brother*, Barometer, rising .........30.151 Sixteenth avenue SW; Kenneth Studcr refused to accept.    I    William,    Kimberling.    Idaho, and Humidity at    noon  «°°o11™}™1'?''    Cv?rfn    Aftcr    ,he bus was stopped    Glynn Owens,    Pcrcival;    three 'Nielsen, Brandon, ixaien Lyvtu    ,    V    .    .. Wind direction    and    velocity at Klinghammer, Walker; Law-    ^    mon    uent outside    where sisters, Mrs.    brank    Neavitt. At- 2 pm SSW    at 7 mph.    lienee Policy, S i g o u r n o y:    the beating continued,    police    ichison, Kan.;    Mrs    Harvey “ F- ”    'Garnet    Timmerman, Central    said. Sun rises Thursday, 6:38; sun City;    Gary    Thompson    2711 C|ark was arrcsted insidp cnf c s 09    Wiley boulevard NW; Ricky , ic* ■*    , *    ■    Nutz,    509 Tenth street SW;    school    after witnesses    fur- Year Ago    Today    — High,    61; David VanHouten, 5111 East |    nished a    description low, 36; rainfall, none. were also revealed.    four months after the proposal Major points of the reports was made hv Bezanson and include:    Auen, - The center should include a    0rigina, Suggestions    4 conceit hall with a seating ca-    Tho two business men Hogan, 1706 Apache drive NW. All of the newly-elected per-! sons will serve the 1974-75 school year. The Kirkwood stu-'Sa^in^’ cd in the Watergate breakin. Magruder quoted Mitchell as “Let’s give them the I and a member of the Chica-0    is    rnmrSxM    IV    $250,000 and see what they come Traffic club. Ho attended St. d„ent css 15 “f FOsed of ..it    u    i_____. representatives of the voca-i F Traveler's Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck  Cloudy 52-36 road SW; David Fisher, leach fined $20 arui costs. Right-of-way violation Mead, PercivaL and Mrs. Carol a Moore, Omaha, and four grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel east Ely; The county attorney’s office!at 1:30 p.m. Friday by the Rev. charged Clark w ith assault and I Denton Ericson and Mt. Hermon lodge. Chicago . . Cincinnati .. • Cleveland Des Moines .. Detroit Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee . Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha ...... St. Louis Sioux Falls . . . .Shwrs 74-60 .. Fair 70-52 .. Fair 67-52 Rain 61-50 PtCldv 73-49 v *u nr    u    r>    battery.    He appeared    in magis- Keith Weber, 1301 Ft avenue    ,    . NW; fined $30 and costs.    I,rat('.s    court and was released Faulty equipment — Michael on Parson til recognizance. A Polton. 925 Fourth street SW; work release hold was placed on fined $10 and costs.    Clark    and he was taken to the Driver’s license violation —county jail on $2,500 bond David    Hoffa,    route    one.    Clark,    a resident of    the House Marion;    ~~    ~~    ** * Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east until I p.m. Friday. The casket will not be opened after the service. a center with an arena seating 8.000, a “little the-N*XCP1—    aterM seat‘n8 I OOO and a perfor- I ming arts center seating 2,000. <( ontinued from Page I.) jn addition to a convention hall ert M. Miles, inventor of the a caPac*ty °f 1*500. and Baler, according to Magruder, surgical clip used in Nixon’si    est'mated the construc- Mitchell was shown the results operation, said that    tl0n emst at $5 million, aiw sug- of the first breakin at Demo-:tive hemorrhage is infrequent j C®stcd the cost be f»id by tax cratic national committee head- and patient shock is rare in that quarters and expressed dissatis-1 type of surgery. faction. A second breakin was; A five-man medical team par- _An*inil„ *    tv,** attempted June 17. 1972, but the ticipated in the hour-long opera-1 J?    Ii    ^    « utora    JU cl leu in mc iivui luiigupda they are presently receiving burglars ..ere caught.    bon which started at 5:30 a m from , ^ area of land> M Magruder told how Mitchell, j Tuesday After the■ operat.on - ,he (ax incrpmcnt _ the addj. who headed the re-election com- described as relatively simple mittee until July I, 1972, twice — doctors told a news conferee body of an unidentified rejected G. Gordon Liddy’s pro-1 once that representatives tional, technical and arts sciences student groups. Man's Body Retrieved From Cedar Under the financing method, j schools and county government the former Chief tional revenue resulting improvements to the land from - all goes to the city to pay off bonds man was recovered at 11:30 j posals for political intelligence! Executive was “doing well.” i sold to construct the community a m. Wednesday jrom the Cedar plans that called for breakins,. Hickman, an assistant profes-;center. Isurgery at the UCLA,    Tax    llevenues When the center is paid off, operation ‘ uneventful” and the additional tax revenues are said. “Mr. Nixon is doing well | shared among the city, county .. recovering in the normal and schools. river    near the Second    avenue wiretapping, kidnaping of    dom-*sor    of    surgery    at    the    UCLA bridge in the downtown    area. 'onstration    leaders and    ming1 school    of    medicine, called    the The    man. described    as be-prostitutes    to compromise    Dem tween    60 and 70 years    of age.iocrats. was seen falling into the river “Very Negative” He described Mitchell’s reaction to Liddy’s initial $l-mil!ion fined $30 and costs. PtCldv 76-581 Philip Kelsey, 55 Oklahoma av- ^ ^cc'(,ns|ruction, was a paro-Tshwrs 67-53 onue SW:    David McMurrin. lee from the mens reformatory . Shwrs 65-4111407 Seventh avenue SE; Pa- at Anamosa where he was serv- Rain 59-411 trick Cannon, 1428 Third ave-Rain 63-45; nuo SF.; each fined $20 and Tshwrs 70-55 j costs. Mark Long, Hiawatha: Rain 58-39 Suzanne Garringer, 324 Four-teenth street SF; each fined $15 Degree Days    and    costs. Tuesday    4    Failure to stop — Arthur Total to date ..... 640    Wodo, Urbana; fined $30 and Through October 29, 1974    329    costs. Percent of normal year 9.65 Overweight Ronald Gard-Total normal year    6,631    nor, Mt. Vernon; fined $57.49 ing a sentence for a 1969 bery conviction in Polk county. Hostages— (Continued from Page I.) Crysial Fortner Crystal Darlene Fortner, 49, of 191(1 Ninth street SW;, died Tuesday at a Cedar Rapids hospital. A legal secretary for the law firm of Chipokas, Koehler. Merrifield and Platt and a Cedar Rapids resident most of her life, she was born in St. Joseph, Mo.. July 23. 1925. Mrs. Fortner was a member of Immaculate Conception Cath- Liddv came back with a plan and. once again. Mitchell rejected it Mississippi Staaes (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.2. rise .2 Lansing (18) 7.7, rise I Dam 9 (18) 12.9, no change McGregor (18) 6.7, no change Guttenberg (15) 4.1. rise .3 Dubuque (17) 7.1, no change change Davenport (15) 4.1, no change Keokuk (16) 2 6. fall .1 prevent authorities from back ing down on any agreement. The convicts grabbed 22 cap- 0lic church and the Legal Score lives during a Roman Catholic; tary club. mass at Seheveningcn    prison Surviving are a daughter, Meter    violation    -    Mildred    Saturday, but later released an j Nancy Henderson, Cedar Scott.    1956    Fourth    avenue    SE;    'elderly man and five    women Rapids; her father, Abner Boyd, and children.    Cedar    Rapids,    and    three    grand- A justice ministry spokesman;children, said the rebels gave no    indica- j Services pending at Turner :and costs. Prohibited pavsinR Danny Johnson. Marshalltown; fined $3o and costs. by a city employe in a city hall office. Authorities were alerted at,    ,    *•    „ ..    rr-i    ^    .    proposa    as very negative. 11:03 a m. I he man was dead 1 J.j  ......wu on arrival at St. Luke's hospital ^ after firemen removed his body from about four feet of water. The body was found about 50 feet downstream from where the man fell in, officials said. The grey-haired man, who was not carrying any identification. was wearing a grey suit coat, light blue pants and worn black shoes.    * , , on telephones. manner. Arrested Circulation But according to Magruder, houn, doctors and nurses Mitchell approved the plan after were ab|e ,0 ..5tabilize- his con. Tax increment financing will apparently not raise enough to „ * . *    . ,    , , pay for the whole center, if the ut Just over S1X hours ,atfr- tax increment district is limited Nixon supped into vascular^ thp ad)oinin(, hotcl shock which arrested the circu- Thc Nuveen    wi„ 3 on «f A's blood for three stud a other ,hin tending the district to cover it was scaled down to $250,000. Democratic headquarters in the Watergate office building ....    other downtown urban renewal *    property, combining tax incre- ______  o    Lungren said the complication    men^ financing with    a    bond were entered on Memorial day    was Probal?ly caused by “some    jssue or variations of    those fi- weekend, 1972. Documents were    ^peritonaea! bleeding sec-    nandng plans. photographed and bugs planted    °^a,^    ea*'    There sti11 remains    a    great i bleed- deaj 0f uork and research, in Cedar at C R. (13) 3.43. rise .07 fined $120 and costs. Northwestern Fie!I Telephone Co., 238 Thirty-eighth street drive SE; fined $25 and costs. Roger New-hard. 1631 Hillside drive NW; Paul Steitzer leasing Corp.. 1510 Collins road NE; each fined $20 and costs. J and J Auto Sales, 3305 First avenue SE; Norma Madison. 396 Sixth street, Marion; each fined $15 and costs. School stop sign violation Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday 683,37 Births—St. Luke's (Vieki Turkington. 652 Thirty- dition as soon Ort. 29 - Mr and Mrs. John ninth street NE; fined $15 and vidod a bus to B a t e rn a n, 1651 Thirty-third street SE, a .-on. Births — Mercy Ort. 29 — To the families of Wayne Noisier, Central City. * daughter; Earl Huber, 2060 G avenue NE, a son. Out-of-Town Births At Indianapolis. Iud. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Oppock, a son Ort. 26. Coppock is the son of; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Coppock.j 142 Twentieth avenue SW. lion of their destination and put no deadline on their demands But the four prisoners, talking over a portable telephone to negotiators. promised to free the last two women hostages and a man suffering from a heart con as Holland pro-Amsterdam airport. The inmates said they would east after whorl I pm friends may Thursday. un icjc iiuiiv.3    apy Retro-peritonaeal ’ohce fingerprinted and pho- ^ days jaler Magruder !n>? nu'ans bleeding behind the addition to financing problems, tograp cd the man in an at- d 4 received two packages membran« that surrounds the jf the cen(er ls t0 become a re-tempt todetermme his |dcntlty '{nm ^    ^    p^k.    abdomen.    ality. Authorities have not been able ^ contained synopses of tele-    Earlier,    Lungren    had said    Several Snags phono conversations* at Demo-    there was    “somewhat    more risk    Several snags were uncovered cratic national committee head-rban normai to the surgery by the study committee, for quarters and photographs of because Nixon had been taking instance, including space — documents.”    ,    anti-coagulants which left him there isn’t enough room on the He took them home and read    Prone to    uncontrolled    bleeding.    gjte for all the functions.    The them “and I realized they were    ‘^,cr the surgery,    however,    committee recommended    look- to find anyone who was with thc victim at the time he fell into the river. Nothing was found on the river bank which tho victim call' might have carried, police said. costs*. Traffic signal violation - Gregory Churchill, 2114 Lin coin sh ire drive SE; laster Po- take the remaining 13 male hos-suta. Toledo; Dean Dunlap, tages to the airport after leftist 2420 A avenue NE; each fined Lucicn Van HocseL jailed for illegal possession of a gun and $15 and cost: Iowa D»a!hs Coggon Robert B. Bike, 89 Graveside services Thursday at 11 at Coggon cemetery. Visitation at Murdoch’s in Coggon. Vinton Traeie Horak, 85. Saturday at 10:30 at the Presbyterian church. Campbell’s. Elkader — Geneva Rutikoser. 69. Thursday at It at St. Paul's Memorial Services C ook, Heather Dawn Private Mimeos at I p.m. Thur:-day at Chapel of Memories by the Rev. George B. McDill of Hus M e rn o r i a I Presbyterian I church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Usher, Vein Elwood : Thursday at 10:30 a m. by the Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: Mt. Calvary with military services by Hanford i>ost of the I American le gion. Prayer sor- $5,000 Fine for Greyhound Gifts of little value ” "Created Problem” Uddv was summoned to WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge Wednesday fined Greyhound Corp. the maximum $5,000 for making $16,040 in illegal contributions to Richard . Nixon and George McGovern in m** *r°Ri ’wiretaps and the 1972 presidential campaign. RraPbs- Magi uder said The money was raised He quoted Liddv as explaining with some embarrassment. Lungren told reporters there jng jnt0 purchasing an existing had been no excessive bleeding facility, such as the Paramount Nixon’s postoperative shock theater, to use for performing could have been caused by his arts m conjunction with the emotional state — a source community center, close to him said Nixon was Mayor Don Canney said the depressed. One physician said. cj|y council will receive a for- presentation and recom-can mendation from the committee, Mitchell’s office, said Magruder. and the material was shown to the former attorney general. Mitchell was dissatisfied 1 ‘‘Emotional stress can be a very ma{ the product faddy was produe- tearing down thing, and is now dane with its photo- jlave ds €ffcct on lde circula- which t*on-    work. “His vascular system was in “I would assume we would explosives, inspected the escape vice Wednesday coutc    Toahcn    chapel. Council Opens Six Storm Sewer Bids Six bids on a Cedar Rapids * orP at 6 a.m IU storm sewer prey bt>er, Rodney Buek. Rapids. Linda Rapids, and Chester, 111. Marriages Dissolved Galen R and Marina L. Schwartz Melody Loo and Danny Michael Hill. Janet Rao and John Layton Carpenter. Betty L»u and Richard Carl Soh nor. Willard G. and Betty F.. Clark Susan Anne and Carson I*eRo\ York. Robert Cleveland and Carolyn Marie MrPhail. Joyce Dee and Thotna. William Bu? enbark. engineer s e-- Marriage Licenses Sharon Funke and Stephen, *..«* .    ,    »    i    n* j- Smith Sandra Noggle and Methodist church, Elgin, with jeet were opened at Wednes- Blaine Williams, Adele Hacker I burial in the Elgin cemetery, day’s city council meeting, five and Scott Neil, all of Cedar SfiUtionlifter 6 Wednesday at Webber. Cedar!    Elkader. Norway — Cho Primrose. 93    Private services at the George Brush residence at Thursday. Independence Nettie Moll -ting. 76. Thursday at 10:30 at St. John's. Burial: Littleton cemetery. Wake .service Wed- rrf»pk nesdav at 8 at White's.    j    , Low Democrats— (Continued from Page I ) plant on Sixth street SW contribute to one of the presidential candidates. delayed because of Nixon’s much time the Nuveen company through    a scheme    ol    awarding    W1UI    snr"( ’ ,'’u'u    bad shape to    begin with    before    follow’    the    recommendation    of at 7:30 P.m. at double bonuses to Greyhound inaf <)n('    ,    \    *;\    Ic'd    h e operation.” the doctor the t'ominittec.” thc mayor said. executives,    wiio    had    been    en-    w0t    at ( om was o    added, noting    that surgery    was    He    declined    to    guess    how 1 courant bv the corporation to ''TonK l,hftnc- He said Liddv promised “to correct the problem.”    ___ Was    thc problem corrected?    **•    • “We    learned on the rooming of: KlSSIIIQOr (Continued from Page I weakened physical condition. will need to work up its financing plan of them under thy timate of $20,025 The sewer is to be built in the ,5(l alley east of Third avenue .SE. between Twenty ninth .street and Thirtieth street, from the existing pipe east to Indian Hopkinton Youth Accidentally Shot HOPKINTON A 16 lear old Hopkinton boy was in good condition in a Cedar Rapids hospital Wednesday after he was ac-knee \vith Monticello William K *i0W bidder was Bjornsen bl at Vogel, 53. Saturday at First Presbyterian church. Visitation at Goettsch’s after 7 Thursday. Fires 6:29 p m Tuesday nail at not Twin I NE 10 33 pm Tuesday Needless me (hive Back- ‘‘b* *21) YEARS AGO - Roy Rogers’ performing horse, Trigger, was upheld as a jury turned down a $186,000 suit against the cowboy star 10:30ivestment Corp., with a $16,994 Other bidders were Ray Ber tel Ii Sons, Inc, $17,269; Dave Schmitt Construction Co., $17,809; Bowler Construction Co, $17,958; Concrete Mainte Mace Co., $18,379.45, and La met ti and Sons. $27,325 construction . was interviewed on the Ox* campus bv the college radio station KCOE, held the news conference and mingled with a small gathering of students in the union lounge before departing with his wife, Ruth.|(.identa„y shot in thc tor Davenport    , .22 caliber rifle. . He was accompanied on his    off, , t    .. «i rounds in Cedar Rapids by State    as    .ait Simi. Cloyd Robinson, Cedar‘Sh '<1!*•* ,niurt’d bid ’«r! Rapids, Democ ratic candidate I minty road a quarter of a mile for secretary of state    (west of Delhi when another «    youth took the rifle from its Hopping Mud    jease and it accidentally fired MANCHESTER, England (AP)iAuthorities did not release the Thieves who raided a panel name of the other youth, truck were hopping mad) Wednesday. Their haul was 140 shoes - all for left feet June 17. that Liddy had not corrected the problem, but created a problem.” replied Magruder City Agrees To Sell Bonds for Wilson Drunk Driving Count Filed by Deputies Paul E. lug, 32. of 15(H) Oakland road NE. has been charged with drunk driving. Richard He was arrested by Linn clep along a uties Tuesday afternoon during investigation of a traffic accident on highway 150 north of Hiawatha. Details of the ac cidcnt were not reported. Ing was held in the county jail Wednesday p e n d mg arraignment of American food grains in the next year.    The    Cedar    Rapids    city    council Authoritative Indian sources decided informally Wednesday said Kissinger told Prime .Min- to sell pollution control revenue islet* Indira Gandhi's govern- bonds for Wilson and Co to help ment Tuesday that payment for finance air pollution control defile wheat, rice and other grain vices for the firms furnaces. would have to be in dollars. But The city has entered into simile said payment could be ilar agreements with other remind only 2 panics in the past. It undertakes would be no financial obligation, but merely acts as agent for the American sale. By doing so. the bonds are in Bangla- tax-exempt and can be sold at a spread ever 40 years p e r e e n t interest charged More appeals for luod awaited him Flowers Always Show You Care from 4 Seasons'S.:;; 3021 MI. Von** *4. 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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 30, 1974

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