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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 74 NA1IONAI WCAtHl'K RVICV Snow is expected Thursday night from eastern portion of the upper and middle Mis- sissippi valley through the Great Lakes area and from West Virginia to central New York and Pennsylvania. Rain is -forecast for parts of the mid and north Atlantic states. The Weather High temperatures Wednesday, low tem- peratures overnight ard Inches of p.'e- Anchoriga .If 27 .02 L. Anqeles 86 61 Atlanta 3B Miami ...736? flismark ..2822 Min'apolis ..3024 Chicago ...3428.21 N.Orleans .is 36 Denver 6017.27 New York .6045 Bululh .25 20 .04 Phoenix ..7848 onolulu ..80 68 .03 Seattle ....5045 Houston ..7457 Washington 5440 Extended and cold Saturday through Monday. Lows mostly in the 20s. Highs from the 30s Saturday lo the 40s by Monday. C. R. Weather High Wednesday Low overnight .......35 .......23 Noon Thursday .............-.29 2 p.m. Thursday .............27 Precipitation ...............0.18 Total for November ........2.54 Normal for November......2.36 Normal through Nov.....31.75 Total for 1974 ..............42.21 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon 30.01 Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. NW at 18 mph. Sun rises Friday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 58; low, 42; rainfall, 0.10. Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Ili-Lo Bismarck .......Cloudy 38-.18 ChicaRo ........PtCldy 36-20 Cincinnati ......PtCldy 36-25 Cleveland ......Cloudy 35-26 De.s Moinus .....Cloudy 30-22 Detroit ........Cloudy 37-23 Indianapolis ___PtCldy 3G-24 Kansas City ....PtCldy 45-32 Milwaukee ......Cloudy 33-23 Mpls.-St. Paul ...Cloudy 29-19 Omaha..........PtCldy 41-26 St. Louis ........PtCldy 44-28 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy 36-20 Degree Days Wednesday ................32 Total to date..............972 Through Nov. 13, 1073 ...749 Percent of normal year 14.G Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) T.aCrossf (12) 4.8. fall .3 Lansing Tall .1 Dam 9 (18) 14.3, fall .2 McGregor (18) 7.6, fall .2 Guttenberg (15) 5.3, lall .3 Dubuciuc (17) 8.3, fall .4 Davenport (15) (i.2, rise .2 Kcokuk (16) 4.8, rise 1.3 Dale Fcrch, route 2, Marion, a son. Out-of-Town Births At Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Kirtland West, a son Nov. 12. Mrs. West is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Owens, 701 Danbury street NE. At Cypress, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. John K. McCormlck, a son Nov. 13. Mrs. McCormick is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roe G. Kirkpatrick, Alburnett. McCormick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. McCor- mick, Iowa City. Marriege Licenses Marilyn Wright and James Wright, both of Cedar Hapds. Olivia Gutierrez, Cedar Hapids, and Myron Severson, Waterloo. Fires a.m. Wednesday. Assis- tance call at 541 Thirty-fourth street SE. p.m. Wednesday. Food in oven at 1420 Seventh avenue SW. a.m. Thursday. Over- heated dryer to duct work at 1350 Waconia avenue SW. Magistrate's Court Speeding Richard Masak, 901 A avenue NW; Donna Henry, 1720 Grande avenue SE; each fined and costs. John Stamy, 2100 Grande avenue SE; John Marek, Cedar Rapids; Jeffrey Krahn, 1418 B avenue NE; Gary Flannagon, 1735 Washington avenue SE; Robert Sadilek, 383 Chandler street SW: Natalc ToRnetti. S60 Lin- dale drive, Marion; Steven Beatty, Shellsburg; Vance Gre- g e r s o n 1066 Fifth street, Marion; Robert Lightner, route one, Marion; Mila David, 2731 Evalvine 'drive SW; each fined and costs. Stanley Swen- son, Hiawatha; Jeffrey Schmitz, 870 Center Point road NE; Mi- chael Ohlfest, Mt. Vcrnon; each fined and costs. Gary Esch- man, Iowa City; Oliver Fore, 2307 O avenue NE; Lawren Gibney, Palo; Donald Aanestad, 230 Thirty-fourth street SE; Elvin Point; Cherry Hill road NW; Howard avenue NW; Randy Kriz, 230 Wiley boulevard NW'; Robert Smith, 2503 While Eagle road SE; each fined 515 and costs. Improper passing Stanley 1155 Ridge drive, Marion; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Steven Robison, 3138 Blue Ridge road NE; fined and costs. Attempting- lo elude police Steven Prenosil, 3009 Madison street NE; fined and costs. Resisting an officer Steven Prenosil, 3009 Madison street fined and costs. Ja.mes Ernst, 3101 G avenue NE; fined and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Steven Prenosil, 3009 Ma- dison street NE; fined' and costs. Right-of-way violation Mary Wooff, 424 Mayberry drive NW; fined and costs. Harold Stumme, Waterloo; fined and costs. Driving on wrong side Kerry Vifian, 1129 K avenue NW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Manchester Elizabeth M. Knipper, 80. Saturday at 10 at Immaculate Conception church Masonville. Visitation after p.m. Thursday; parish wake 8 p.m. Thursday and Rosary p.m. Friday at Shelly's. Olin Mable E. Phillips, 80 Machcrman, Center Gary Williams, 72 Tromain, 1512 NW; Marilyn Eighth Frank, street 1318 'Thirty-sixth street SE; each fined and costs. Faulty equipment Marvin Morgan, 2925 Johnson avenue NW; Merlin Murphy, Eldora; John Carney, 902 B avenue NW; Harold Mantz, jr., Mt. .03 Cedar at O.K. (13) 3.85, falll Vernon; Beverly Clymer, 1285 Coraiville Lake Pool level Thursday C83.39 Births Mercy Nov. 13 To the families of William Brccht, 4520 Ninth .avenue SW, a daughter; David Nicdfcldt, Route 2, twins, a son and a daughter; James Cnossen, 3000 J street SW, a daughter; Stanley Saxton, 2746 Franklin avenue NE, a daughter. Nov. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schlutcr, 1000 Fairview drive, Marion, a son. Births Luke's Nov. 13 To the families of Lee Johnson, 2745 Northvicw drive, Marion, ,1 son; Arthur Beyer, Winthrop, a son; Ken Rathje, 410 Lindale drive, Marion, a son; Robert Miller, 904 Harvest drive NW, a daughter; ISofrcr Henley, 158 Creslridge drive NW, a son; Fred Kruse, Lisbon, a daughter; Diianc Allbaiigh, 2010 Cold- stream avenue NE, a daughter; j Thirty-fifth street NE; Gilbert Hall, Monticello; each fined ?10 and costs. Registration violation Donald Carnicle, 226 Fourth street NW; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Melanie Johnson, Morning Sun. Michael Brogan, 5426 Gordon avenue NW; each fined and costs. Grande Donna avenue Henry, 1720 SE; Robert Bowser, 640 Sixteenth avenue SW; each fined and costs Betty Hclle, Fairfax; Rand) Christcnsen, 252 Maydcn ave- nue SW; Theresa O'Conncll, 2330 Grande avenue SE; Carl Landergott, 2423 Glass road NE; Wayne Zobac, 2101 O for Any FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS PPIERSON'S FLOWER SHOP rfJ.D. Floral Ellis Blvd. NW floral artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shoppjr.g Center 364-2146 j Now; two completely -staffed locations to serve you. John Son Tumor's Easl, 800 Second Avo. SE Tumor's West, 1221 First Avo. Wost Friday at 11 the United Methodist church. Hayden's. Van Homo Ella Hausman 80. Saturday at 2 at Salem United Methodist church. Visi- tation alter noon Friday al Fellmet's, Keystone. United (Continued from Page 1.) 2o., employes and members of the International Assn. of Ma- chinists and Aerospace Workers AFLrCIO, 137 percent; Larry Sharp and Co. realtor and em- ployes, 130 percent. Kulchera Construction Co., employes and members of Teamsters local 238, Operating Engineers local 234 and Labor- ers union local 43, 302 percent; Asplundh Tree Co. and j em- ployes, 174 percent. Penick and Ford, Ltd., em- ployes and members American Federation of Grain Millers local 100, 108 percent; Martin Marietta central division, em- pi o y e s and members of Teamsters local 238 and Operat- ing engineers Jocal 234, 106 per- cent. Accident Fatal H. Wallace Former Henry Wallace, 03 Keith drive NE, died Thurs Richard Leo Crisl, jr., 19, a former Cedar Rapids resident, was killed Tuesday in a Cedar Rapids hospita ollowing a long illness. Born Feb. 4, 1911, in Peru after he was struck by a ear lie was a veteran ol Winter Springs. war II and a salcsmar Mr. Crist was born in Smulekoff's Funilurc unli Rapids on Feb. 13, 1955, and retirement in 1971. endcd Cedar Kapids is survived by his wife He lived in Cedar Rapids a son, Phillip II.., and i moving to Winter Springs Mrs. Walter Clyde, al his family in June, Cedar Rapids. Survivors include his funeral services arc lie-hard Crisl, Winter at the Stewart funcra iis mother, Charlotte Ann where friends may cal man, Cedar Rapids; two from 1 to 9 p.m. The Vlaric and Angle, Winter will be al tho funera three brothers, Joe, John, Friday from 2-4 p.m. anc Jerome, Winter Springs, and p.m. maternal grandmother, ?rank Peters. Cedar Services Services will be 10 a.m. trun, Mary Jane day at Baldwin-McNamara chapel cyst at 1 :3f ll e r a 1 home, Alia Friday by the Rev. Giltacr 3ilyan. Burial: Norwich cemc Springs, near Martelle. Friend register at Turner cast Mrs. Wayne casket will not be opencc at any time. Dorothy Jean Kolden, 37, of Wayne Kolden, 1018 Hiirjf [m avenue SE, died Thursday Bfio DHCiii O19D 1 9H9 a short Shaft Fail Born March 6, 1937, in City she lived most of her O.sborn, 27, of 162 in Cedar Rapids. She was Towne lane NE, Thursday ployed by St. Luke's hospital in fair condition at Merc, a -nurse's aide for the last with a back injury su! years. She was a member of when ha fell one and First Lutheran church and stories down an elevato married on April 2, Surviving in addition to her husband, are her a deliveryman fo 3imino Distributing Co wa Charles Foster, at a.m. Thursda Mich.; her mother, Mrs. a building formerly occupiec Patten, Cedar Rapids; St. George and the Dragon brothers, Charles J. Foster, Second avenue SE. and James E. Foster, both said Osborn and an Cedar Rapids, and Andrew man were removin Foster, Monticello; a from the businub Doris M. Larson, of Osborn stepped into In Rapids, and a half-brother, William Schultz, of Cedar shaft on the first floo and fell into the pit below th Services: Saturday at a distance of about 't 'eet p.m. at the Teahen chapel by the Rev. Dennis Wright of Firs Lutheran church. Burial: Shiloh cemetery. Visitation Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Satur day until 1 p.m. The casket wil not be opened after the service Friends may, if they wish, do nate to the American Cancer was apparently r< sponsible for Osborn's failure t realize the elevator was not o the first floor, officials said. When firemen arrived at 11 scene, they found Osborn a tempting to climb out of the pi He was removed after fircmt placed 'him in a stretcher. George and the Dragon, Michael A. and bar, has bee closed for several months. Tl Michael A. Schafer, 70, of have filed a bankrupt Third avenue SE, a resident in federal court. Cedar Rapids for the last sevci years, died Tuesday at YEARS AGO Russia Crosse, Wis. He was born drove into the imperial 9. 1904. in Mahaska county. city of Jaszbcreny, 37 milt Schafer had owned and operatec restaurants in the West Union area. Surviving is a brother George, Mansfield, Conn. Services: a.m. Friday a (he Beatly-Beurle chapel, by th Rev. Allan C. Page. Burial Oakland cemetery, Iowa Citj Friends may call at the cliapel. There is something new hap- pening everyday in the clas- sified ads see for yourself! Donald Kehne Donald Kehne, 50, of Soull Bend, Ind.. and formerly o Cedar Rapids, died Tuesday. H was born Sept. 29, 1924, in Ccda Rapids. He was a veteran o World war II. Surviving are 'his mother Mrs. Magnus Kehne of Soul Bend; and a brother, Eugen'e Pittsburgh. Graveside services will to conducted in Cedar Memoria cemetery at p.m. Friday by Dr. John P. Woods of Wesl minster Presbyterian church. flowers for every occasion! since 1909 JOHN E. LAPES Convenient downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE 3G5-OS11 flowers can say everything 364-8139 Phone Answered 24 Hours Every Day CEMETERY NEEDS NOW WREATHS..... MOUNDS GRAVE BLANKETS FRESH EVERGREEN BOUGHS for pots and planters Baumhoefener's Nursery Johnson Ave. N.W. Phono 363-8219 Next To Hoover School f. (Continued from Page 1.) ingerprints would never be ound on the bills. "From the beginning what was the purpose of the pay- henls to these defendants as you understood assistant s p e c i a I prosecutor itichard Hen-Vcniste. "My understanding was thai fulfill been .he payments were to commilmenls lhat had m a d e to Ihe LaRuc replied. "My under- standing or feeling was that if [hose commitments were nol
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