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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Record-- C. R. Weather High Saturday....................54 10 p.m. Saturday.................42 Noon Saturday....................52 Rainfall...........................0 79 Total for November..........4.26 Normal for November.......2.36 Normal through Nov... 31 75 Total for 1974..................43.93 Barometer, steady..........29.91 Humidity at 10 p.m.............89 Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 10 NWat21 m.p.h. Sun rises, a.m.; sun sets, p.m. Year Ago Today High, 47; low, 39; rainfall, none. Nov. 22 Mr. and Mrs.'jay Bartali, 2804 O avenue NW, a daughter. Nov. 23 To the families of Robert Semelrorh, 3212 drive SW, a som and Jeff Long, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marlon, a daughter. Luke's Nov. 22 the families of Larry Cairns, 520 Tenth street NW, a daughter; Michael Kriegermoier, 3130 Bayberry drive SW, a ion, Char-lei Eggeri, 2020 Glass road NE, a son; Gary Brooks, 1017 Twelfth street NE, a daughter; Mi- chael Girsch, 1626 Parktown lane NE, a daughter, and Gary Duenow, 381 Bali Hai east, Hiawatha, a daughter. Nov. 23 To the families of James Nalligan, Shellsburg., a son; Roger Gray, Mechanicsville, a daughter; and Christopher Reed, Shellsburg, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Manhattan, Kan. Sgt. and Mrs. John Rowan, a daughter Nov. 21. Mrs. Rowan is Ihe daughter of Mrs. Dole Feye, 917 Seventh street SW, and Louie Greazol, Iowa City. Rowan is Ihe ion of Mr, ana" Mrs. Ar- land Rowan, Hiawatha. At NorHiridge, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ringsmutti, a son Nov. 8. Ringsmuth is the son of Mrs. Herbert Kirkland, 1680 Highview drive, Marion. Fires 1 p.m. Saturday. Downed, powor lines at Cherry Hill road and Sharon lone NW. p.m. Saturday. Under in- vestigation at 615 G avenue NW. City Briefs (More Briefs on Page 26A.) Serloma Club Tuesday noon at the Elks club. Marion police recognition program and wives day. Burcsh Rental Rent better brand named equip- ment. Adv. Wreaths and grave mounds. Artificial trees. Klubcr Gar- dens. 366-2529. Adv. Apples bushel Ba- nanas 8 Ibs. Market, SW. Adv. Lost: Large set of keys, between St. Paul's and Mar- ion. Reward, 363-1281. Adv. Shampoo living room bedroom Diamond Carpet. 366-6226. Adv. Machine quilling. 377-0235. Adv. Furs exclusively Berger Furrier, Marion. Adv. Jailed Daniel Guy Phil- lips, 27, of 717 First avenue SW, was in Linn county jail Saturday night under bond for failure to appear on a forgery charge. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance 366-7654 F.B.I Fire ................398-5343 Highway Patrol 364-5171 After Hours ......363-5629 Police ..............398-5353 Sheriff ............398-3521 Medical Society ...365-2527 (If you no physician) Foundation II .......362-2174 (Criiii help, I p.m.-midnight) Information, Referral 398-3955 (To lixirn who con (Clip ond in your billfold) Iowa Deaths Kdota Wlllard G. Sunday, 56, Sunday at 2 p.m., Powell's. Union Ercyclo G. Fray, United Methodllt church in Wail Un- ion. Friends may call after p.m. Saturday at Witt'i or after 9 a.m. Sun- day at the church. Cedar Valley Mn. Edgar VanAntwerp, 671. Monday al 2. Friends may call after Sunday al Sheet's and Soni In Tiplon. St. Olaf Ben H. Funk, 91, Sun- day al 2 in Iho Zion Lutheran church in Clayton Center. Frlendi may call al Wilt's in Elkodcr. Kalona Joe TeBockhant, 88. Tuesday at 10 at Holy Trinity church In Richmond. Proyer lervices at 3 ond 7: 30 at Poterielm's. Urfaana Minnie E. hoons, 73. Monday al 2 in Murdoch's chapel. Friends may call after 3 p.m. at Mur- doch's in Center Paint. Elbaron Kenneth Snyder, 71. Monday at Visitation after I ;30 Sunday. Fellmet's in Keystone. Decorah Lester 'Larson, 69. Monday ol Olion-FietituhlY Independence Merritt J. McCardle, 75. Tuesday at St. John's Catholic church. Catholic Daughters of America Rosary Sunday at parish Rosary Monday at 3, ond parish wake Monday at 8, Mason- Howe's, where friends may coll begin- ning Sunday morning.' Oolwoin Effie Larson, 82. Monday at 10, Brant-Kerns'. Rldgeway Fred (Mike) Peter, 47. Monday at I ;30, Pegce'Lutheran church. Bradley-Lindslrom's, Cresco. Whirtier Patricia Galewood Whitman, Wayzata, Minn., formerly of Whittier. Services were held'Wednes- day at graveside in Cedar Memorial cemetery, Cedar Rapids. Stanley Mrs. Amelia Klink, 86. Services pendirig at Brant-kerns funeral home, Oelwein. Burial in Stanley. Independence Bernard L. 11 a.m. Monday at St. John's Catholic church. Burial: St. John's cemetery, with military rites at graveside. Wake service p.m. Sunday at Mason-Howe funeral -home. Visitation at Mason-Howe after 3 p.m. Sunday. Reactor- (Continued from Page 1.) use techniques developed by the department of defense and the space program in the last 10 years to assess weapons and spacecraft performance. Various Chains Called fault tree and event tree analysis, the "methods involve using computers to predict the probabilities that various chaims of events nec- essary to cause an accident could happen. For example, he found the chances of a re- actor accident killing people were the same as a me- teor hitting the earth and kill- ing The Union of Concerned Sci- entists and Sierra Club report didn't dispute the contention that major reactor accidents are less probably than other typical human activities. But they said the level of safety claimed in the Ras- mussen study is much less than actually exists. Kendall said the AEC claims it knows of everything that can go wrong with a power plant reactor, and this is "demonstrably 'Numbers of quite serious design errors are frequently discovered at the country's nuclear power Ken- dall said. Kendall said the Rasmussen analysis estimated that a cer- tain type of breakdown had a probability of one in a million, times a million, times a mil- lion. Yet, Kendall said, that breakdown has occurred once already and similar, though nol identical, incidents have occurred 18 times already. Reports Tanaka Will Quit Post TOKYO (UPI) Prime Minister Tanaka, taking re- sponsibility for the current political crisis, will announce his resignation Monday, a To- kyo newspaper reported today. Tanaka, who has been premier and party president since July, 1972, has been under heavy pressure to re- sign since a magazine wrote of his business connections and private finances. Transportation- (ContlmicMl from Pugo I.) Initial movement of, their products to market and trucks move 90 percent of those Hlleman said. "Reasonable" Rates Hlleman said "chaotic conditions now exist" in the regulation of the farm-to- market trucking industry and suggested a regulatory commission would result in "reasonable and Just" rates to the farmer. Two student groups asked the commission to put greater emphasis on the state's rail- road passenger transportation network. Skip Laitner of the Iowa Student Public Interest Research Group recommend- ed that greater funding priori- ty be given for mass transit and railroads. "A first rate railroad system could be subsidized by one-half of what is..spent'.on highways and the result would be an increase in employment and a 60 percent, drop in ener- gy Laitner said. He said the commission, should not be afraid of rail- road subsidies because "no transportation system can be expected to pay for itself." Two groups specifically asked the DOT place'a greater emphasis on the state's high- way network. The Iowa County Engineers Assn. reminded the commission not to forget the state's secondary roads, while the Iowa Good Roads Assn. called for adequate funding for all state and county roads and city streets. Fees, Taxes The key to such funding, C. W.- Sloan of the IGRA said, is preservation., of Iowa's con- stitutional requirement that motor vehicle fees and taxes be used only for road improve- ments and maintenance. Although the subject of long trucks was not discussed in great detail because the commission has scheduled a special hearing for the truck issue next Wednesday, one in- dividual came down hard on the controversial big trucks. George Kramer of Waukee, involved in management serv- ices and consulting, called 65- foot double bottom trucks "highway freight trains" and urged the commission to not make the big trucks legal. Under provisions of the leg- islation creating the DOT, it 'has the power to set regula- tions on truck lengths allowed in the state. Howard Gunnerson, acting director of the department, said the commission staff would study and review all testimony before making rec- ommendations on the propos- al's changes. "They will begin making their modifications very soon and I would 'hope that they stay with a relatively simple Gunncrson said. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Nov. 24, 1971 3A Two Arrested For Possession Two Cedar Rapids men were arrested by Marion pol- ice Saturday and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Police arrested Gary Sle- ger, 22, of 1800 Seventh avenue SE, and 'Scott Chadima, 20, of 401 Red Fox road SE, early Saturday morning on the south side of Marion. The pair possessed a substance be- lieved to be marijuana, police said. Steger and Chadima were taken to the Linn county jail but were released later Satur- day to the community court services. Steger was indicted Tues- day by a federal grand jury on three drug counts, including importation of cocaine and possession of amphetamine tablets with intent to deliver. NOVAK MONUMENT CO. i INI: MKMOIIIAI.S SINCK an 203 14th Ave. SE Phone 364-4439 Markers, Monuments arid Private Mausoleums flowers 7909 downfown focaffon .106 Third Avenue Si 365-0511 Alwoys Welcome! Green Plants AVE FLORAL BOTANICALS 39 16th Avo. S.W 366-7148 Taking a Break UPI Telephoto Eric VanderWegen, who will be 2 months old Nov. 27, sleeps away the day atop his mother's desk in Dr. Roy Fredericksen's office in Aberdeen, Wash., where she works as a receptionist and bookkeeper. Mrs. VanderWegen says she loves being able to keep her job and watch Eric develop at the same time. Hew Shrine Members Sixty new members were inducted Saturday at the El Kahir Shrine fall ceremony at Veterans' memorial coliseum. New members are: Cedar Rapids Ronald Boall, Gary Brown, Robert Butschi, Elmer Cejka, Jerry Elick, Edward Horak, sr., Thomas Kurtz, John Naber, Lloyd Pearson, William Rankin, Robert Scheib, Robert Davis and William Jacobson. Marion Herman Cooper and Marland McCleary. Hiawatha Stephen Cov- ington. Bcaman Virtus Ramundt. Marengo Kim Robinson. Faycltc Earle Gallaher, Herbert Humeston and Robert Wilson. Kltlorn Marvin Walker. Waterloo Arthur Bird, Roger Hawley. Edward Huxham, William Kauten, Michael Norris, Alan Stohr, Daryl Sullivan, David Susong, George Tutlle, Larry Ess- mann, Robert Sturch and Charles Essrnann. Oclwcln Francis For- dyce, Richard Hintz, Dale Nel- son and Glenroy Rundlc. New Hampton Bruce Bill- ings, Karl Elfmann, Akira Morisako and Wayne Sander. Mrs. White Suffers Head Injuries in Fall Mrs. Kris White, 16, of 228 Blairs Ferry road NE, was listed in satisfactory condition with head injuries Saturday night as a result of falling from the back of a moving truck at p.m. Saturday. Police said Mrs. White was holding down some cargo in the back of a truck driven by her husband, William, when a gust of wind blew her onto the pavement. The mishap occurred at Eighteenth street and Ellis boulevard NW. West Union Charles Clayton and Lee Papc. Garnavillo William Allyn, John Horton and Merlin Raymond. Dcwar Ronald Hewitt, Andrew Jensen and Dennis Miller. Eagle Grove Jay McCollough and Virgil Wilson. Ford- (Continued from Pago I.) tioned newsmen. "1 am trying to give you a sense of move- ment. He said the two' leaders were aiming for "compre- hensive includ- ing an overall ceiling' on the number of nuclear missile systems as well as curbs on missiles wilh multiple war- heads." "Whatever is.agreed to here will have to be spelled out in very detailed negotiations" in Geneva, Kissinger said. The objective is to have a trealy prepared in time for Ford and Brezhnev to sign at Ihe summit in Washington next June. Brezhnev was waiting for Ford when Ihe President's silver and blue jot, the Spirit of '76, landed at a military airport. The two leaders look a Lrain 64 miles to the conference compound. Their discussions aboard the train were serious. Kis- singer said Ihey ranged over Ihe "world silualion" and U.S.-Sovicl relations. He called il a "gel-acquainled session" for the President and Brezhnev, who had never mel before. Cerebral Palsy Unit in C.R. Area Elects Officers William J. Moss, Shells- burg, was elected president of Ihe Cedar Rapids area chapler of the Cerebral Palsy Assn. al Ihe group's annual meeling. Others elected to one-year terms included: Richard W. Clancy, 448 Red Fox road SE, vice-president; Mrs. Barbara Ultis, 438 Thirty-ninlh street NE, secretary; Robert J. Stock, 2546 Indiana streel SW, treasurer; and David A. Bey, 2517 Blue Ridge drive NE, prcsidenl-elccl. New directors named to the 18-member board were David Fcltes, 2416 Bever avenue SE, and Robert Brighi, 1470 McGowan boulevard, Marion. The Cedar Rapida Gazette EstobllshetJ In 1883 bv The Gazette Co. and published dollv ond Sunrlav at 500 Third ove. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa S2J06. Second class postage paid al Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cents o week. Bv mall: Night Edition and Sunday ft issues 43.75 a month, S39.00 a vear: At- tcrnoon Editions and Sundav 7 Issues SXB5 o month. S40.00 o veor. Other states ond U.S. territories WO.00 o year. No Mall Subscriptions accented In areas havino Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use tor republlcotlon ol oil the local news printed In this news- paper os well as oil AP news dispatches. Established In 1883 by The Goietlc Co. and published dallv and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Roplds, Iowa Second class postage paid al Cedar .WREATHS GRAVE MOUNDS GRAVE BLANKETS Peck's Green Thumb 5008 Cotile.- Point Rd. N.E. STEWART FUNERAL HOME TEAMEN FUNERAL HOME .Sin iv Marian I1'. Tcalien OWNER I'nonr Kldrn It. Holm MORTICIAN Kllll I'lrsl Wo have so many beautiful ways to say lomomlng special FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day CENTURY BURIAL VAULTS Since 1927 Charles, HenrioUa, Charles Jr. Pochobradsky MT. VEHNON S.K. 364-7478 John B. Turner Son Funeral Directors since 1888 Only one service...our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. HOD Second Avr.SH 'Hirner'sYVrst first Ave. West Obifuaries Mrs. Melvin McFarlin Mrs. Mae McFarlin, 86, a long lime resident of Cedar Rapids prior to moving lo Winsor care cenler in Wat- erloo three months ago, died Saturday after a long illness. Born Aug. 14, 1888, at Coggon, she was married lo Melvin McFarlin Oct. 23, 1917. Mrs. McFarlin was a member of the Church of the Nazarene. Surviving, besides Ihe husband, are three daughters, Mrs. Emma Posusla and Mrs. Willard James, both of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Ted Wutch- er of Center Point; one broth- er, John Neiderhauser of Cedar Falls; nine grandchil- dren; and nine great-grand- children. Services arc pending at Turner west, where friends may call after 3 p.m. today. Rcinbeck Richard Ohrt. Janesville Jack Decker. Greene Vern Echel- berger. Walker Willard More, sr. Aurora Robert Nelson. Dunkerlon Robert Brasch, jr. Vinton Byron Knupp and Marion Donlcy. (Continued from Page 1.) handed over to the PLO on condition lhal all hostages on the plane be the state- ment said. The official Middle East News Agency in Cairo de- scribed the release of the five as "an exceptional gesture that would not be repeated." The five terrorists fire- bombed a Pan American jet in Rome last December, killing 31 persons, but were later released and flown to Cairo. The other eight terrorists, killed two U.S. diplomats and a Belgian envoy in Khartoum, Sudan, last year, but they too were released and flown to Cairo, where they, were held under a loose form of house arrest. The. hijackers stormed aboard the British Airways VC-10 at Dubai airport on Thursday, wounding a stew- ardess and a porter who were left behind when the plane look off. It landed at Tripoli, Libya, to refuel then went on to Tunis. dell E. Rowe dull E. Rowe, 93, of 1831 Ridgewood terrace SE, died Saturday in a Cedar Rapids hospital after a long illness. Born Aug. 21, 1881, at Lu- ray, Mo., he was married to Esther Shaver Jan. 6, 1934. He had lived in Cedar Rapids for 57 years. He owned and operated Rowe Electric Service, Tipton, from 1940 until 1964. Mr. Rowe was a member of the Mother Church of Christ Scientist in Boston, the Cedar Rapids consistory, the El Kahir Shrine and was a 50- year member of Mt. Hermon Masonic lodge 263, AF and AM. Surviving, in addition to his wife, is one brother, Ralph, of Hollywood, Fla. Services are pending at Turner east, where friends may call after 1 p.m. Sunday. Darwin L. Scham Darwin L. Scham, 69, a for- mer resident of Cedar Rapids, died Friday afternoon at Marshalltown. He is survived by his wife, Goldie, and a son, Thomas, both of Marshalltown. Services; 11 a.m. Monday at Pursel-Davis funeral home, Marshalltown. Burial; River- side cemetery, Marshalltown. Memorial Services Grayboal, Veva M. a.m. Monday of Turner west by the Rev. Robert Bouton. Burial: Broken Bow, Neb. Visitation at Turner's until 10 a.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Confare, Miriam a.m. Tuesday at Turner east by the Rev. Allen S. VanCleve. Burial: Grandview cemetery, Fayette, at 1 p.m. Tues- day. Visitation after 5 p.m. Monday at Turner's. Meyer, Nadine Monday at p.m. at Morgan's in Mt. Vernon by the Rev. Dale Batcheler of United Methodist church in Lisbon. Burial in Lisbon. Visitation at Morgan's after 2 p.m. Sunday. Jonos, Dorothy A. 2 p.m. Monday at Janeba-Kuba funeral home wpst by the Rev. Ramon Booth. Burial: Walker cemetery. Demos Oust Bartel From Panel's Choir By Ford Clark DES MOINES Richard Bartel of Iowa City Saturday was removed from the office of chairman of the Democratic slate platform committee. Bartel, a controversial Democrat serving on the Johnson county board of su- pervisors, was previously censured by the Johnson county Democratic central committee for his alleged non- support of a fellow Democrat running for office. Bartel had advocated non- support of Robert Burns, an incumbent supervisor running for re-election. Bartel claimed both the Republican and Inde- pendent candidates held posi- tions more in keeping with the platform proposed by the Democratic state platform committee. The Johnson county ..central committee censured Bartel for his stand and endorsed Burns. Burns won re-election Nov. 5. Bartel Saturday confirmed he had heard rumors there was a move afoot to remove him as chairman of the state platform committee. "How- he said, "I personally .brought the matter to a head. 1 said I would be willing to slay on as chairman. I was aware that I was in conflict wilh some members of Ihe slate cenlral committee and threw the matter open by rais- ing Ihe question of' the chairmanship myself." A secret ballot of 18 members of the committee at a meeting at North high in DCS Moines Saturday morning saw Bartel defeated in his move to retain the chairman- ship. Elected was Joseph Domi- an, a teacher in Che Cedar Rapids school system. Also elected to posts on the executive committee were Mrs. Barbara Murray of West Branch, secretary; Jim Wickham of DCS Moines, par- liamentarian; and Mrs. Jon- ann Wild of Davenport, vice- chairman. Bartel did retain a seat on the executive committee after being removed as chairman. Bartel attributed his "ob- vious difficulties with mem- bers of the central commit- tee" to his "support of a grass-roots movement in the slate platform commillee rather than party machinery." Domian, of 1523 B avenue NE, garnered eight votes of 15 cast in the three-way contest. He commented Salurday nighl that "there was no ani- mosity" in the removal of BarteL Comforting, Warm, Dignified Feeling words, words lhat families served by the CEDAR MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME have used to describe candlelit services In the Old English Chapel of Memories. FUNERAL HOME OUIT Sho 4200 IstAye. NE 39S--SOflfl   

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