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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Frank Foushee, 80, Illinois Veterans home, Quincy, III., formerly of Cedar Rapids, died Saturday. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., November 18, 1071 3 Updating Burglar Alarms Proposed to C. R. Council county, N.C., he was a retired printing pressman. He worked for many years at Stamats Publishing Co., Cedar Rapids. He was a United UH WI ATNtft POTOC AST * Snow is expected Monday night from the mid Rockies and the northern plains, while ram is expected in southeastern Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather latten Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston . IO -7 L. Angeles 47 S3 44 54 .72 Miami 70 74 41 70 Min'apolis S3 23 44 38 N. Orleans 72 57 t.40 42 35 New York 51 40 43 20 Phoenix . 75 51 ;* 40 .44 Seattle . 44 42 .4e 45 57 .27 Wallington 54 35 Mark Lytle, Solon; Kathlene High temperatures Sunday, low temp- I lin * Urbana, Mary Liger antres overnight and inches of precipi-1 mann, Hopkinton; Paul Mi chels, Hazleton; Warren William, 1335 Eighth street NW; William Wcers, 4801 Fruitwoodj lane NE; Joan Brown, Hiawatha; Gary Statton, 2912 O avenue NW; Roscoe Phipps, 1315 K street SW; Guy Morton, YMCA; Leonard Frondle, 2925 Johnson avenue NW; John Low overnight 38 Harris, 3000 J street SW; each Noon Monday ."i::::::.':::. ll «« 7 sts ; Don Allen • 382 Sixteenth street SE; Bruce - P m - Monday ...............ll Danielson, ll Cottage Grove Precipitation ..........None Woods SE ^Harold Miller, Cen-1 7 p.m. C. R. Weather High Sunday .................56 tral City; Maurice Maire, 2400 Bever avenue SE; Richard Nelson, Springville; Kathryn Kramer, Manchester; Jimmy Grulkey, 818 Tenth street SW; Marilyn Manganello, Ely; Leslie Tammengan, 828 Fourth tlM , , . street NW; Michael Frey, 6900 Wind direction and velocity at Mt> Vernon road SE; James 2 p.m. S at 13 mph. 1 I Houser, 1318 J street SW; Sun rises Tuesday, 7:01; sun Carlton Holten, 5031 Harbet avenue NW; Max John, 4015 Total for November ....... 2.54 Normal for November ... • • .2.36 Normal through Nov.......31.75 Total for 1974 ..............42.21 Barometer, falling ........29.98 Humidity at noon......... 96% sets, 4:43. Year Ago Today — High, 50; low. 37; rainfall, none. Traveler’? Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck ........Snow 34-12 Chicago .........Cloudy 55-40 Cincinnati.......Cloudy 57-47 Cleveland PtCldy 56-45 Des Moines Shwrs 54-35 Detroit • •.. .Cloudy 56-40 Indianapolis.....Cloudy 59-48 Kansas City Cloudy 58-40 Milwaukee .....PtCldy 46-36 Mpls.-St. Paul Rain 42-32 Omaha .........Cloudy 54-30 St. Louis.........Shwrs 60-45 Sioux Falls......Cloudy 47-24 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday .....683.17 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 4.9, rise .1 Lansing (18) 7.6, no change Dam 9 (18) 13.3, rise .I McGregor (18) 7.2, rise .2 Guttenberg (15) 4.3, change Dubuque (17) 7.4, fall .1 Davenport (15) 4 6, fall . Keokuk (16) 3.1, fall ,1 no Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.70, fall .14 Births — Mercy Nov. 16 —- Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gahring, 824 Fourteenth street SE. a daughter. Nov. 17 — Mt. and Mrs. Thomas Tullis, 2010 Glass road NE, a son. Births — St. Luke’s Nov. 16 — To the families of James Sutton, 1152 C avenue NW. a son; Kenneth Cuhel, Swisher, a son. Nov. 17 — To the families of Lyle Knutson, 41 Cherry road NW, a daughter; William Carlson. Toledo, a son; John Boy inoviky, Springville, a daughter; Gerald Banks, 164 Eastview drive NW, a son. Marriages Dissolved Kathryn E. and Carroll C. Hall, jr Bobbie J. and Mark McKibben. Julie Ann and Frank Burdett Pettit. David Michael and Paula Marie Reeder. Carol Annette and Charles Gene Hartman. Gayla Jo and Ralph Wayne Sims. Patricia Jo and Bradley Treon Campbell. Frances D. and Richard F. Goette. Norma D. and Robert L. Beall. Marriage Licenses Mary Wiener and Gregory Keith, Diane White and John Moore, Theresa Lawrence and Tyrone Hunt, Rosemary De Lauder and Dale Dahlke, Teresa Kimball and Donald Weaver, all of Cedar Rapids. Deborah Buggies and Nickolas Allen, Angelina DeForrest and gory Evans, all of Marion Brownlie. Fairfax, and Robert Tow, jr., Cedar Rapids. Magistrate’s Court Speeding Douglas I Hallie Vine avenne SE; Howard Beranek, Solon; William Clement, 4420 Bowling street SW; Donald Drehouse, 800 Fifth avenue SE; each fined $20 and costs. Intoxication — Grover Fitzpatrick, 2931 Dalew'ood avenue SE; fined $30 and costs. Perry Lindeman, jr., 527 Sixteenth street NE; fined $20 and costs. Driver’s license violation — George Ratliff, 353 Seventh avenue SE; fined $20 and costs. Michael Engler, 5320 Pine Grove drive NE; Jerry Hansen, 433 Thirtieth street SE; Xavier Williams, 81 Seventh avenue SE; each fined $10 and J costs. Meter violation - Barbara Dunham, 528 Twelfth street j SE; fined $20 and costs. Improper passing — Gary Sicck, Toddville; fined $25 and costs. License plate violation — Frank Smith, route one, Marion: fined $15 and costs. Crossing renter line — Douglas Thompson, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; fined $25 and costs. Improper height — Henry Perry, jr., Carlisle; fined $25 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Ronald Williams, 1122 Maplewood drive NE; Marvin Preston, 844 Fifth avenue SE; each fined $20 and costs. Medrith Chambers, route two, Marion; Larry Nelson, 2434 Linw'ood street SW; Philip Gutkneeht, 1611 Twenty-seventh street NW; Dawn Wentzel, 1430 A avenne NE; Thomas Zobl, 2611 Buchanan drive SE; Donald Lagerquist, 1212 Tenth avenue SW; Marvin Scovcl, 851 Fifth avenue SE; each fined $15 and costs Failure to use lights — Rob-ert Bowser, 98 Thirty-sixth av-Hhl enue SW; fined $15 and costs. Faulty equipment — Larry Kacher, route two, Cedar Rapids; fined SIO anti costs. School stop sign violation — ! road NE; fined $20 and costs. Failure to use signal — Daniel Nevins, 928 Maplewood drive NE; fined $25 and costs. Shannon, 77. Tuesday at 2 at White’s where wake will be held Monday at 8. Tama — Walter P. Bagge, 70. Wednesday at 1:30 at St. Paul’s Lutheran church. Burial: St. John Lutheran cemetery, south of Tama. Visitation until 9 a.m. Wednesday at Mason-Hand’s and until service time at St. Paul Lutheran. Marengo — C. C. (Cliff) Jenkins, 90. Tuesday at 2 at Harrison’s. Ryan — James P. Callan, 47. Tuesday at IO, St. Patrick’s gymnasium. Burial in St. Mary’s cemetery, Manchester. Wake service Monday at 8,| Shelly’s, Manchester. Delaware — Mrs. Marvin L. Maurer, 51. Wednesday at 1:30, St. Paul’s Lutheran may call after Monday at Shelly’s I Manchester. Dundee — Benjamin T. Kotek, 81. Tuesday at IO, St. Mary’s Catholic church, Lamont. Wake service Monday at 8, Kreussel-Fawcett, Lamont. Farley — Mrs. Henry Otting, 72. Thursday at 10:30, St. Joseph’s Catholic church. Friends may call alter 7 p.m. Tuesday at Reiff’s. Oelwein — Gerald Peter Mi chads, 21. Wednesday illness. Born Jan. 4, Lake, Fla., he Jean France Dec. 21, 1947, at for many years, and also worked for Augustana Book Urbana. He was a navy veteran member of St. Paul’s Concern, Rock Island, III., and of World war II, and was a pilot Methodist church. DeSautniers Publishing Co., Mo- for Pan-American Airways for There are no immediate sui line, III. He was a life member 23 years before his retirement vivors. of the printing pressman’s this year. Services: 10:30 a m. Tuesday union. j Means was a member of at the Beatty-Beurle chapel by Surviving are a son, James,!the Cedar Rapids Elks club. Moline, 111.; a daughter, Mrs. Surviving in addition to his m a 11 o n committal Friends John Harrison, Norfolk, Va.; I wife, Jean, are a daughter, Mrs. may, if they wish, contribute to two brothers, Wren, Princeton, j Hurt R. Stol ba, Cedar Rapids; a St. Luke’s Nursing Scholarship 111. ; Claude, Winston-Salem, j brother, Edward Means, Haines Pond. Friends may call at the N.C., and a sister, SwaneeiCity, Fla.; and one grandson. chapel. Huber, Sullivan, 111. Services: Cedar Memorial Services: Tuesday at 9:30 at Chape! of Memories at 2 p m All Faith chapel at the Illinois I Tuesday by the Rev. James Veterans home. Burial: Sunset Riegel. Inurnment: Chapel of cemetery at the home. Cookson Memories columbarium Daugherty Colonial chapel is im Friends may call at the Chapel !of Memories after I p m. Tuesday. The family suggests that ‘friends may, if they wish, donate to the heart fund. laster M. Means, 50, of 3601 I Jena Zeeb, 81, 1746 B avenue Terrace Hill drive NE, a Cedar NE, and a resident of Cedar j Proposed improvements to the Rapids resident 13 years, died Rapids since 1917, died Satur po i, cc department’s burglar Wednesday a t Wilmersdorf, day at an Amana nursing home. a i anm system were described to Born Sept. 24, 1894, in Wilkes Germany, following a short She was born July IO, 1893, at th( , cedar Rapids city council Derendinger, Germany. Miss Monday morning. 1924, at Eagle Zeeb was a nurse and purchas- chief Wallace LaPeters de- alarm appears on the readout was married to ing agent at St. Luke’s hospital, scribed the present system as and a whistle sounds; at the one of the most effective in the same time, the printer prints nation, but said the equipment j the address of the building con-is cumbersome and is becoming taining the alarm and other per- would replace the board with a monitor about two feet on a side with a digital readout and a printer. When an alarm is tripped, the number of the outdated. (’apt. James Barnes said a new control and monitoring system could more than double the tinent information. In addition, if tine alarm was triggered by a button (as would be the case during a robbery Dr Arnold Herbst Private ere- capacity of the svstom> f rom 4% when the building was open, for rn ii I inn ABitimiifa h rinnnc ' . . . • a ai a r - a • • 1: a Harold S. Moore 'charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lemuel Wisdom Roberta Joyce Wisdom, 36, of 536 Ninth street SW, died Satur- r c n , .. day of injuries suffered in an george E. Woodall automobile accident. Her George E. Goodall, 68, address had been incorrectly former resident of Cedar Brooklin, Minnetonka, Minn.; listed earlier as 424 Ninth street Rapids, died Sunday at Musca- M r s . David Hector, Min to 999 alarms, would not be subject to power failures from electrical storms, would use mtichj less space in the police station and provide better monitoring. The alarms throughout the city are now monitored by a Harold S. Moore, 54, of 1624 control board in the police sta-Third avenue SE, died Saturday, tion. When an alarm is trig-He was born near Lansing, June gered, a signal is sounded and a 17, 1920, and had lived in Cedar light goes on. indicating which Rapids since 1958 He was em-; alarm was tripped. The system ployed by the Link-Belt Corp., | takes a great deal of room and and was a veteran of World war is dependent for power on trans-II. I formers at each alarm site. Surviving are four sisters. The proposed modification Mrs Jim Exworthy, Hopkins, Minn.; Mrs. Clarence Van Police Suit— (Continued from Page I.) instance) that fact is indicated on the printout. Barnes said it would cost less than $7,000 to begin transition to the now system with IOO alarm units. He said the change could be accomplished without using tax money or raising subscriber costs. “We have not used any tax money, and we do not intend to use any,” he told councilmen. He said the monitor could he obtained by a lease-purchase agreement over a three-year period. The council agreed to think over the proposal. NW. Born Dec. 29, 1937, in Ottumwa, she had been a Cedar Rapids resident for five years. She was married to Lemuel Wisdom on March 19, 1968. in Ottumwa. Mrs. Wisdom was a member of the Moose and Eagle <w0 auxiliaries. brief dines. S u r i v i n g are his wife. Kathryn; a stepson, Larry Hill of Muscatine; two stepdaugh- Ford— (Continued from Page I.) to- tine General hospital following a neapolis, Minn.; and Mrs. Dan .. , .■, , w Shirley, St. Paul, Minn.; and a ^ and threw him __ brother, Raymond F. Moore. °. e s, « ewalK - U.S. and Japan can “work Cedar Rapids. - According to the complaint gelher 0[1 a |oba , basis „ Services Burke- Thornburg ^"linger then proceeded to beat funeral home in Lansing Tues- ^fJ" ’ hoad gainst the side- ° u/rilk I hic Tocsin oh aroon trww Brezhnev, near Vladivostok next weekend. Kissinger said the two Iters; Mrs. Don Dipple and Mrs. Lyle Hepker, Muscatine; day. Burial: St. Joseph’s cetne-sisters, Mrs. Harry Giese tery, Lansing. Brady-Kuba fu-and Mrs. Jennetta Anderson, aboral home was in charge of Tessin’s head against the side-! urni f^ 01 * * irst walk This, Tessin charged, took place even though he was not c . ..... . . 'half-brother and Surviving in addition to her , . .. , , . , . h .____., „ Charles Josifek and ....o, ^ husband are three daughters, y Brenda Lynch. La VV anda Joyce, ^ T Wisdom and Sandra Wisdom, all; Ri| fun( . ra , home / Muscatine at home; four sons, Randy Van L', Muscatin ,.’ Louis A. Makovsky Louis A. Makovsky, 62, of 1901 Ninth street SW, Heart 10:30 Sacred Brant-Kern. Oelwein — Helen Taylor, 50. Wednesday at I, Brant-Kern. Elgin — Ben Dennler, 76. Tuesday at 10:30, Illyria Community church, Muehlethaler’s. Lisbon — Dell Kohl, 90, Muskogee, Okla. Morgans’. Decorah — Rocky M. Marcy, I 19, of Marion. Wednesday at I, Stein es’. Military rites at Bluffton cemetery. Tassel, Harold Dean Van Tassel, jr., and Larry Wisdom, at home, and Jon Lynch of Ottumwa; her mother, Mrs. Faye Arbuckle, Portland, Ore., two sisters, Elda Faye Fowler, of Monday after a brief illness. He Santa Ana, Calif.; Bonnie Sell-was bom near Cedar Rapids on wood. Bloomfield; two step- Jan. 21, 1912, and lived on a sisters, Betty Swartz, Pittsburg, farm near Ely until 1967, when at I Kan.; Davida Finley, Excelsior he moved to Cedar Rapids. half-sister, J local arrangements. Mrs. Steve --------- Explosion Hits Apartments in Northwest C.R. An apparent explosion result- accused of any crime. Tessin was not arrested. In both suits, it is alleged Officers Imhoff and Deringer were acting “pursuant to orders and directives” from Chief LaPeters. church.(springs, Mo., and two step-; He was an employe of the brothers, Charles Arbuckle,ISmulekoff Furniture Co. and Pittsburg, Kan., and Bobbie Ar- (J. s. Cook Co. He was a member buckle. Cherokee, Kan. jof the First Presbyterian church ^ r ^ en * causing the Services: Johnson funeral of Ely, and Cedar Rapids Lodge home in Ottumwa, at a time to 262 Western Fraternal Life be announced. Burial: in ShaullAssn. cemetery, Ottumwa. Friends! Surviving are his wife, Thel-may register at Turner chapel ma, to whom he was married on east until 9 p.m. Monday. ,Nov. 2Q, 1967, in Cedar Rapids, ——- —- and a stepson, Ivan Bogina, of Haddon Heights, N J Services: Wednesday 1.30 p.m. in the Kuba funeral home east by the Rev. James C. De men “between them have the capacity to annihilate humanity and may be confronting each other in a crisis, so it is important that they understand each other.” He added that the two leaders The two plaintiffs claim they also “have the opportunity to suffered “severe headaches, prevent crises and to promote ed in a fire in an apartment great bodily pain and injury and peace.” died V *earTv building at 224 Twenty-seventh mental anquish” in addition to Kissinger said his talks with street NW about 12:54 p m. humiliation and public scorn. Brezhnev in Moscow last month Monday. * It is charged in the petitions a c h i e v e d “pretty good Three fire engines, an aerial that Borseth and Tessin were progress” toward breaking the unit, and rescue squad were on deprived of their constitutional impasse in negotiations for a the scene about an hour fighting freedoms from physical abuse, new agreement to curb nuclear the blaze, fire officials said. illegal detention and illegal sei- weapons. He said there could be Preliminary information in- zure of person, papers and ef- more progress in Vladivostok, cheated a gas-line might have fects. “maybe on the numbers of Additionally, Borseth charged weapons to be allowed, maybe violations of his freedom from on the approach.” unlawful arrest and “freedom ‘‘Slightly Better” from persecution and prosecution by the filing of spurious civil suits.” Pclice-Council Air Squad Car Purchases No one was believed injured. Father, Son Die In Race Crashes SILVERSTONE, England* (AP)— An English industrialist and his son were killed in two racing car accidents IOO miles! apart. Ernes’ Seragg. 54-year-old tex- Smidt of the First Presbyterian tile manufacturer and a one-ehurch of Ely. Burial: Czech!time racing champion, died National. Friends may call at;when his E-type Jaguar spun provide high manpower at peak (the Kuba funeral home east off the Silverstone racetrack during a test drive. His son Philip, 20, was killed on a highway near Manchester when his Ferrari and another car collided. “I think there is a slightly better than even chance of an agreement rn 1975,” he added. 1 The secretary of state said 'substantive matters to be discussed in Tokyo include Japan’s role as a world power, stability in the Pacific, international oil problems and such bilateral topics as trade and agricultural Members of the police com mand staff and the Cedar (crime periods. Under the new (after 7 p.m Rapids city council met Monday Ly Stem patrol cars on the morning for a far-ranging dis- . . . .. . , erosion of the personnel and! s,reet ranpc from 14 belwec " vehicle needs of the depart- 2*30 and 4 p.m. to 26 between ment. 6:30 p.m. and midnight. The main purpose of the I He and Clift explained in meeting was for the police to j order to have the 26 units avail-request permission to order po- a jjj e j eas t 30 patrol cars will lice cars early next year that are not included in the budget. It was described as a cash- Monday. Melvin M. Bender Melvin M. Bender 63, of 3011 Mt. Vernon road SE, died Sunday. Born in Iowa county Sept. 26, 1911, he lived most of his life in Cedar Rapids. He was a member of All lmhoif and Denllnger were injured in the scuffle on the night of Oct. 24 when a group of 75 to IOO hotel workers’ union pickets and sympathizers gathered outside the Roosevelt. Imhoff suffered a cut over his policy. right eye which required seven Both American and Japanese stitches. Denlinger’s face was diplomats have discounted the cut. Both were treated and re- impact of Tanaka’s uncertain leased from St. Luke’s that future on Ford’s visit. They night. argue that if the premier falls, Borseth was one of five «r- M* conservative Liberal-rested. He was charged with as- Democratic party will retain and its pro-American flow problem by Assistant Chief Gareth Clift. I be needed because several arejSaints Catholic church, a scribed as a “friendly business always unavailable because of;fo rr P €r employe of the Bender J visit.” He is expected to discuss Pipeline Visit ;sault and battery, because he power and its MOSCOW(AP) - The shah allegedly hit Imhoff. foreign policy will be un- 01 Iran flew into Moscow Mon- . Denlinger claimed he was in- changed, day lor what the Soviet press de- i ure d "hen he tried to assist Imhoff. The strike by breakdowns or repairs. The council made no The budget now in effect is J on ^ requests, for an 18-month period that ends June 30, 1975. It was written for 18 months, instead of one year, because the city is changing from a calendar fiscal year to a July 1-June 30 fiscal year. Replacement The police had indicated a need to replace 18 cars in a year, so in building the 18-montn budget, funding was earmarked for 27 cars between Jan. I, 1974 and June 30, 1975. It is understood Ford and Tanaka will not have a single the hotel private meeting but after cere- I Phillips 66 station and was most p i ans f or an Iranian-Soviet-West workers began Aug. I following monia! picture-taking will be decision recently employ** at the Pour German gas pipeline project expiration of a three-year con-Joined by other key House tavern. He was a veteran worth $3 billion. of World war II and a member officials tract. It has yet to be settled. ♦ * * During the same discussion. the group discussed the optimum time to replace cars, whether full-size cars, or special police performance packages are necessary and whether it is feasible for the police to trade ,, u , w,. . in used palrnl cars instead of|^,^*« r „-.“ 0 flf nd , sell them. of the American legion. Surviving are three brothers, John and Ray, both of Cedar Rapids, and James, Fort Dodge; three sisters, Agnes Bender, and Treasa Dunn, both of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Clark Surprised by Butz 'Switch' on Food Pledge other from both sides Ford’s visit will get nationwide television coverage in Japan, but few of the Japanese millions will get a chance to see him in person because of the intensive security screen. Frat Expels 7 After Death Fi ires 6:45 p.m. Saturday. Short in six months of 1975, but would be transformer in television, 410 purchased in the next fiscal Seventh avenue SW year. Clift explained, so no 11:19 p m. Saturday, fhild ' K ..a loeked in bathroom. 328 money was budgeted for them. Twenty-ninth street drive SE. However, he continued, local 2:08 p.m. Sunday. Nuisance dealers have said the cars must rail, Fifth avenue and Twenty- fog ordered prior to next April if third street SE. L. , , , .. llv ,r 2:30 a m Sunday. Ga. flu,!,, 'hey are lo bo delivered in 1975. Mt. Vernon road and Forty- He said the department needs second street SE. permission to order the cars in I .) I p.m. Sunday Short in t he current fiscal year, with the washing machine, 527 Third av- . . . . enue SW i cost to be paid 8:04 p.m. Sunday. Nuisance budget. call, 1200 Twenty-first avenue (SW. An additional nine cars would ■ • • • have to be replaced in the las! Initl6tl0n LONG BRANCH, N. J. (UPI) WASHINGTON (UPI) - Senator Dick Clark (D-Iowa) said Monday Agriculture Secretary Butz supported a request that the United States pledge an additional million tons of wheat to hungry nations and was sur- Calvarv that Butz later de- ' nounced the proposal as a Dem- At a year, from the next Gre 9:04 a.m. Monday. Overheated washing machine motor, New Assignments Chief Wallace LaPeters also Ann 15769 Langdon avenue SW. Iowa Deaths k l 3000 I street SW; fined $75 Tuesday at 8 at McSwiggin and and coals. Grover Fitzpatrick. 1 Uhlmann's •"IIH Dyewood avenue SE; Wllllam»bur t _ Elizabeth . * . . . l .. Sit:, tiff! JI nil ai WoHm>«Hnv 9 fined $65 and costs. Mark En- Stangland, 91. Wednesday at 2 abrvit, Ryan; fined $40 and at *‘ ,rst Lutlieian church, costs. Candace Allen, route two, j Conroy. McSwiggin and Uhl-M ar ion; fined $35 and costs. I mann s. Ronald Kos, 380 J street SW; Williamsburg - Myles J.jty P ut in,(> <' ffoct based 0,1 a McMenomy, 90. Wednesday at computer analysis of crime relit at St. Mary’s. Rosary ports. The new assignments are designed to overlap seven eight-hour shifts in such a way as to Independence Paul G. Send a bit of cheer with a bouquet from... 4 Seasons sm" IDI m lr im Ii IM NM 4 Flowers Belong •‘ PIERSON S FLOWER SHOP 1800 Hilt Blvd. NW FL0WERPH0NE 366-1826 Services: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at All Saints Catholic church, by the Right Rev. Edmund Becker and the Revs. Martin Laughlin and William Leonard. Burial; Mt. cemetery, with military ser , ,, .... . , vices at the grave by Hanford 1 00 0 P*°> Post American Legion. Rosary — Seven students charged in the 17:30 p.m. Tuesday at tile Tea-. ..a death of a Monmouth college hen funeral home where friends |enc( ’J ast week in or y it ‘> c ‘ student buried alive during a may call from I to 9 p m. Tues- fraternity initiation rite have day. been expelled from the Zeta| - Beta Tau fraternity and the Memorial Services | local charter has been suspend- Turner Georfe wellington ed temporarily. I _ Services Wednesday at 1:30 James Greer, executive secre- p.m. at Bethel AME church by Gary of the national fraternity, Revs. George Moore, Lovell a i , ... ‘I.Johnson, J It. Keys, and I nester Wednesday stripped the seven) Banal: c ,. ( „' r Men u,rial where military services will be conducted by Hanford post oft,, ,, the American Legion. Friends b - S. dt legation, ( lark said, may call at Turner’s east until I was decided to send a telegram 9 p.m. Tuesday and at church from IO a.m. to I P- m *jfor the extra wheat. Wednesday. The casket will not n , . , n ..... , Mr . . . be opened after the service, e telegram, Clark said, was ____signed by all delegation 20 YEARS AGO - Senators members, including But/.. “It u u j ..I . ■ .reported that mail was running had the support of the entire nization has had a long-stand-. , . . „ . - ° , [J r ... „ ing opposition to the anaehronis- la ' avll : v Lvn ' sur ‘' of Sen ' *^*«*. , Re P al >“ cans as " ri > tie practice of hazing " Joscph McCarthy ' as Dpm#CT8 ‘»- tlark sald Monday liens confer- Mctr ; on Man Injured .nee, Butz charged that the sen- |n Week . nd Mjsh ators -placed us in the unfortu- Damlan L Parl2ek a of 7 450 nate position of dragging our Meadowview drive, Marion, was feet en food aid when nothing injured Sunday night when his could be further from the car went down an embankment truth.” He said the request was,and landed on Milwaukee not partisan at the start, “but it railroad tracks three miles soon became joined on that north of Cedar Rapids on high- suspects of their membership in the organization and announced he had suspended the local Clark said the entire U.S. delegation to the World Food Conference last week in Rome, including Butz, supported the request that was rejected by President Ford Friday. Clark said he p r oposed the additional wheat shipments after “it became clear that the other nations of the world were looking to us for some initiative, some leadership.’’ After some debate among the Clark basis “ Earlier, he said the proposal for the additional wheat was a political ploy by Firee Democratic senators at the conference — Clark, Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and George McGovern of South Dakota. showed the councilmen charts charter, illustrating the new manpower! In a statement, Greer said he and vehicle assignments recent would recommend permanent revocation of the charter at the next national meeting in Jan- “1 felt very badly that some of our own people held us up as not doing our share,” Butz said, defending Fords decision. “I p think we’re doing a great job.” Butz strongly defended U. S. the j to Ford requesting authorization ^ ood P° bc y* saying the C. S. has, given away $25 billion worth of free food during the last 20 years “That is record,” he said. a pretty good way 94. Linn deputies reported his southbound car went out of control, went through a guard post and down the embankment. He was treated at a Cedar Rapids hospital and released. No charges were filed vGu (fednr Rn put* (OtnrHe E Mobliihed in IM) bv The GoieMe Co and published daily ond Sunday at SOO Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids. Iowa S?40« Second doss postage paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rates by carrier VS cents a week Bv mail Night Edition ond Sunday * issues Si ts a month. $39 OO a year Af ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues SI IS a month $40 OO u year Other stores and U S territories SAO OO a year No Moil Subscriptions accepied In areas having Goiette carrier service The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use tor republication of all the local news printed In this news paper os well as all AP news dispatches uary. 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