Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 19, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

November 19, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATJONAl Snow is expected Tuesday night over the upper Great Lakes and the northern Rock- ies. Rain is expected from northern Florida through the mid Atlantic states with occasional snow along the coast of the Carolinas. Record- The Weather Extended Forecast No is expected Thursday through Saturday. Highs in 40s, lows in 20s. High temperalures Monday, low tem- peratures overnlaht and inches of pre- cloitatlon: Anchoraqe 8 -5 L. Anqeles 54 Allanln ...id S4 Miami ....7! 71 Bismarck .A3 31 Min'anolis 41 40 .01 Chlcaqo ...5040 N. Orleans .75 43 Denver ....6333 New York 5642 Bultllh 32 .01 Phoenix ..75 53 onolulu i. .6166 Seattle '....4945.15 Heuslen ..68 14 .01 Washington 51 40 C. R. Weather High Monday Low overnight ...............43 Noon Tuesday ................5'1 2 p.m....... Precipitation Total for November ........2.54 Normal for November ......2.36 Normal through November 31.75 Total for 1974 Barometer, falling .........29.63 Humidity at noon ..........90% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SSW at 12 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 52; low, 48; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hl-Lo ..Cloudy 33-14 and Diane Marie Nesset. Fred E. and Rosemary Bascom. Ju- liana M. and Glen A. Stouwie. Diana Lynne and James Nelson Hamman. Dorothy R. and George H. Seboldt. Judith K. and John H. Hannen. Donald R. and Joyce C. Williams. James L. and Ann G. Yeast. Jerome V. and Marilyn M. Uhlman. Petition for Bankruptcy Edward Eugene Newhouse, 306 Thirteenth street SW. I Debts: Assets: with claimed as exempt. Donald Francis and Iva Jean Griffin, 1755 Eighth avenue, .53 Marion. Both listed debts of ..None and assets of: with claimed as exempt. J. A. and Helen Richardson, Nevada, formerly of 3018 Peb- ble drive SW. Both listed 'debts ...42.21 of and assets of with claimed as exempt. Edgcwood road "NW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Pauline Ketelsen, IPalo; Daniel Fuett- johann .Tipton; Thomas Terry 1012 Second street SE; David Gage, 911 Thirty-seventh street gi NE; Clair Caldwell 1523 Six- ieenlh avenue SE; each fined and costs. Improper passing Stephen Cronbaugh 131 Eastview drive NW; fined and costs. Consumption in public place William Kennedy, 516 Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati ......PtCldy 52-31 Cleveland ......Cloudy .Shwrs 40-2? 51-30 Des Moincs ......PlCIdy Detroit..........Cloudy 44-211 Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Onnha St. Louis Sioux Falls .PtCldy 50-35 .Clrng 54-30 .Cloudy 41-24 .Cloudy 36-24 .PtCldy 50-25 Shwrs 53-30 .PtCldy 43-17 Degree Days Monday...................27 Total to date Through Nov. 18, 1073.....865 Percent of normal year. .17.0% Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday.....683.13 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.0, rise .1 Lansing (18) 7.7, rise .1 Dam (18) 13.3, unchanged McGregorx( 18) 7.1, fall 1.1 Guttenberg (15) 4.6, rise .3 Dubuque (17) 7.4, unchanged Davenport (15) 4.6, un- changed Keokuk (16) 2.4, rise .3 Cedar at C.U. (13) 3.67, fall .03 Births Mercy Nov. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Caraway, 1608 Sixth avenue SE, a son. Nov. 19 To the families of Billy Fuller, walha. Both and Joe and Oakbrook Ann Hia- listcd debts of assets of Carol court, C r c i s h t o n Thirty-fourth Slicpard, 1641 street, SE, with all claimed as exempt. Harold Joseph DeSotel, 804 Fourth street SW. Debts: Assets: with all claimed as exempt. Magistrate's Court Speeding Ronald Cash- man, 2900 Mansfield avenue SE; fined and costs. Gary Robinson, 1723 Shcrbrook drive NE; fined and costs. Ernest Rapp, Kalona; Michael Tampir, Don "Wright, Hiawatha; Margaret H u 11 o n, 1505 Center Point road NE; Charles Englcr, 1115'Regent street NE; Mike Siglcr, 805 T w e n t y n i n t h street NW; James Armstrong, 1518 N avc nue NW; William Elliott, 1516 First street SW; Barbara Hi- dingcr, 142 Echo lane NW: De- lores, Plotz, Waterloo; Nancy Blad, 415 Nineteenth street NW; Deborah Phillips, 1220 Second avenue SE; Milncr Cot, 755 Old Marion road NE; Ste- ven Claboufih, 1545 Hillvicw drive, Marion: Gary Stuncs 1539 Fifth avenue, Marion; Shirley Douthart, Shellsbnr Deborah Phillips, Second avenue SE; Larry Hohonshell, 5501 D avenue NW: each fined 130 and costs. John Prutl, 830 Fourth avenue SE: Phil- ip Owen, Lisbon; Raydell Wahlcrt, Walford; Brye Han- sen. 3014 Leonard terrace NE; Albert Hittenmiller, 1720 lighth avenue SW: Sharlene Tomash, 1722 Twentieth street NW; John Wade. 1731 E avc- uie NE: Thomas Blasclcll, Palo; John Williams, 140 South Fif- centh street, Marion; Steven >Iatvig, Solon: Jim Butler, 1131 ?irst 'avenue NE; Karen Huber, VII. Vcrnon; Lynn Cullen. 1826 3cvor avenue SE; Richard Dill, 170 Twelfth street. Marion; Ste- ren Kocppen, 3647 Mt. Vernon SE: Larry Achenbacb, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion; Eighth avenue and costs. SE; lined: Driver's license violation Allen Lusk, 1535 I Henderson avenue, Marion; Fined and costs, Walter i Becicka, 2327 Thompson street SE; fined and costs. Drive without lights David Sitter, 3920 Nancy Jane lane NE; lined and costs.. Vehicle control violation Vernal Mohr, Victor; David Sitter, 3920 Nancy Jane lane NE; each fined and costs. Meter violation Robert Primrose, 3849 Clark road SE fined SIS and costs. Parking- violation Joseph Wayne Wcntzel. daughter; David Matt, 4521 Midway drive NW, a daughter. Births St. Luke's Nov. 18 To the families of M. Gerald Vrull, Monticello, twin daughters; Conrad Haw- kins, 1142 Nineteenth avenue SW, a son; Terry Meeks, 3111 K avenue NE, a daughter; Lawrence Bell, 2317 Blakely boulevard SE, a daughter. Out-of-Town Births At Commerce City, Colo. To the Ttev. and Mrs. Tom Falka, a daughter Nov. 17. The Bev. Mr. Fatka is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T'alkn, 1551 Sixth avenue SE. Marriage Licenses Dims and Clifford nil of Cedar Kapicls. Mary Claboufih and Carl Knee, Jane Nidley and Joel Ciix, all of Marion. Pamela Cedar .Rapids, and John SnKKo, Sioux City. Diam Miller, Hock Island, nnrl Knndj JtaiKlall, Davenport. Marriages Dissolved Cynthia Luclla and Allen Jones. Shirley A, am RobPi't I'. Coovcr. Diehard W Vaske DcMeulcnaero, all Miller, Fairfax; fined and costs. Fires a.m. Monday. Child locked In locker trunk out on arrival at 232 Twelfth street NW. i p.m. Monday. Inves- tigate sas odor at Johnson ave- nue and Short street SW. p.m. Monday. Broken gas line at 224 Twenty-scvenll street NW. p.m. Monday. lo waste, paper in trash container at 200 First street SE. p.m. Munda.y. Nuisance 11 at Wcnig road and J street NE. p.m. Monday. Nui- sance call at Twelfth avenue and Rockford road SW. p.m. Monday. Nuisance cull at B avenue and Nine- teenth street NE. p.m. Monday. Nuisance call at 2700 block of Twelfth street SW. a.m. Tuesday. Short in dryer at 4400 Bcnton street NE. Iowa Deaths Lisbon Eldon (Dell) Kohl, 90. Wednesday at Mor- gan's. William Henry, 76. Thursday at 2, McAninch's, Victor. Belle Charles S. [Cinscr, 79. Halverson's. Center Boyd Christcnscn, 65. Thursday at 2, Center Junction Presbyterian c h u r e h Visitation after 1 Wednesday, Haydcn's, Wyom- Audric Cambridge Audrlc Jones, 51, Aurora, Cambridge, 67, of 649 a former Cedar Rapids street NE, dice lied at Aurora Sunday. after a short illness. A July 9, 1923, at Aurora, she employe of Wilson 14 years in Cedar Rapids, he worked in the mainte she was active in the PKO department. erhood and the Millikin June 30, 1907, in Solon sity Pi Ucta Phi Alumni had lived1 in Cedar Rapid? Surviving are a son, Judson last 311 years. A veteran o Jones, and two daughters, war II, ho served with ,ynn Jones and Joanne navy's Seabces. He was all of Aurora, and a sister, of the Amalgamate( 'eter Bulklcy, Denver, Cutters Butcher Work Services: Mealy funeral union, Millwright local 1022 Aurora, Wednesday at 11) Stinochcr American Legion Burial: Spring Lake in Solon, which will conduc services at the grave Harry R. are his wife, thx Harry Richard May, 82, of Jessie Bixby, to whom Jacolyn drive NW, a was married Feb. 1, 1939; a shoe salesman and a George Johnson, Cedar lapids resident most of his and two grandchildren. died Tuesday. He was born Brosh chapel at 1 1 1891, at Burlington, and Thursday. Burial: Lin married to Elsie M. Friends may call at the sen Dec. 23, 1919, at after 1 p.m. Wednesday. Mr. May was a veteran of World war I and was a of First Lutheran church with Hanford American Legion post. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Clair Sharp, Utc, and Rule Richard Gerber, Cedar city council decided Tues eight grandchildren and six to go ahead with an ordi nance regulating train traffic a Services: First crossings in Cedar church at p.m. even though railroac by the Rev. Dennis W. Wright. 3urial: vCedar said they woulc monitor operations closely tc Friends may call al Turner voluntarily with aims o until 9 p.m. Wednesday and at ,he church from 10 a.m. to ordinance. The council did leave the doo ).m. Thursday. The casket for voluntary compliance lot be opened after the indicating it will no The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, the ordinance if giver some assurance Fourth stree to the Memorial Fund of the First Lutheran church. will not be blocked bj local train traffic during after rush hours. Mrs. Michael Pfann Anna Spellerberg Pfaim, ordinance was drafte about a year ago, but the coun cil did not act on it because formerly of 1233 Third association of railroad su SE, widow of Michael Pfann died Monday after a promised voluc ary compliance. ordinance outlawed IOCE Born July 16, 1884, in Benlon county, she was a member ol Immaculate Conception church the Sanctuary Society andi or switching traffic a downtown crossings belwee p.m. and p.m. Three weeks ago, Traffic Er Martha's circle. After the death of her first husband, Mel Meyer recommen ed the council adopt the ore Spellerberg, she married because of what he calle chael Pfann in California increased number of bloc she lived until his death in 1965. Surviving are a in recent months. The Ordinance has been a Mrs. Edward Brecht of on its first reading. Rapids; one sister, Mrs. be approved at two add liam Bailey of Fairfax; readings, then publishc grandchildren, 14 it becomes Jaw. grandchildren and, two Don Canncy suggeste great-grandchildren. Services: Thursday al 10 second reading