Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 1, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Record- C.R. Weather High W Precipitation....... Total Normal for 2 3fj Normal. through Nov '75 fo, W4 Fires f.m. U32 Ninth i NW, to log, Out of Town Births Barometer, steady.. ,10 14 Humidity at 10 85% direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 10 p.m. Saturday, NE at 23 mph! sun sets, Vear Ago Today-High, 42- low, precipitation, none. 'of Mr. and Mrs. Indloy luron, a daughter 28. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dudley D. Droxton, 1565 Unmar NE. Al Pofltacota, Ho. _ Mr. and Mrs. Thomtn fchriabel, a daught.r Nay. 12. Mrs., Schnabel Is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Be'rnard Erd- man, 2 boulevard SE. V 1 getting Aliens To Land by End Of Mexf Year Hiawatha, a dough-- LONDON (AP) A Leeds Ninth aye- business man recently .wagered nue 700 Thlny.f.frh street, Merlon, o daughter, Nov. JO To Mr. and Mrs. Donald Janlsh, 616 Fourth street Sw, o son. Luke's Nov. 29 Ta Ihe families of David L. 6024 la'ngdon ay. a Daughter, .Dan Fuller, 2228 Bowling street daughter- Philip Lewis, 2116 E a son. Nov. 30 To the families of FVed Julian, 183] Scyenth ayenue SE, o daughter; Roger. M. Pfeiffer, 526 Thirty-second street SE, a son. Iowa Deaths Center Junction Frank Pe- gorick, 65. Sunday ol at Hay- den's, Wyoming Jejup _ Mrs. Front (Virginia) Former, 36. Monday at I ot White's, Independence. Burial: Cedar Crest cemetery, Jesup. Beatrice Mary Ingram, 64, formerly of Oelwein. Mon- day ot 10 30 at Socred Heart Catholic church. Oelwein. Burial! Woodlawn cemetery, Oelwein. Scripture service .Sunday at at Hlntz', Oelwein, where friends may call after 10 Sunday. Monticello Roy M. Berlin Goettsch's. Ossian Felix Zwolbohmer, 64. Monday at 1 i ol St. Francis DeSales; Rosary Sunday at ot Schmltz'. tlkader Clarenco E. Menlzel. 79. Monday at at Witt's where friends may call after Sunday. Sigourney Gertrude Lyons DeMarce, ol Des Maine's 'and fornwr' Sigourney resident. Nimmelr's: Marenao Mrs. Augusta- Imhoff, 81. Monday at -j ,30 at Hoover-Valen- tino's where friends may call after 5 p.m. Saturday. TIphHi _ Mrs. Frank Sailor, 65. Services Mondoy at 11 a.m., First Unit- ed Methodist enured. Friends may call after 9 today, Sheets and Son. Malcolm lloyd Krlegel, 57 Services pending at Nevenhovm's Brooklyn. Bombings- (Continued from Page 1.) meat leaders to keep British troops In Northern Ireland where more than a thousand persons have died In the Irish Republican Army campaign to unite the mainly Protestant province with the predomi- nantly Roman Catholic Irish republic. At tho conference of the rul- ing Labor party, Merlyn Rces, the minister in Charge of Northern Ireland, warned that a premature withdrawal of the British troops from the province would'.unleash civil war between the feuding Cath- olics and Protestants. "1 would not like to be re- sponsible for the' lives of the Catholic population if that were the Rees said. Rccs also said be would continue the government'pol- icy of interning suspected guerillas without trial. Police said Saturday's raids in Britain were planned before the government's anti- terrorist measures, were adopted Friday. The measures ban the IRA in Britain and en- able police to arrest suspected terrorists and deport them to Ireland. Police sources said those detained were being ques- tioned about bar-room bomb blasts that killed two persons In Woolwich in southeast London earlier this month and five others in Guildford, 30 miles south of London, in October. The sources said the tip-off came from an Irish-, man. 25 pounds at 1 odds that afiens will land on earth before midnight, Dec 31, 1976. While the bet sounds unu- sual, it's run of the mill for, Ladbrokes, the largest bookmaker in Britain where betting is legal. motto is: If it .moves, you can bet on said Jan Hay ward, who researches out- of-the-ordinary wagers the British love. "The man who placed this bet wants to remain anony- mous, but he .told, us he had a dream about a month ago that' aliens would land on very Mrs. Hayyrard said. "So we said, 'why It's one of many space travel bets Ladbrokes accepts. "We've given. 33-1 odds against man landing on Mars Jan. I, 1975, and 10-1 against him landing there be- fore.Jan. 1, Mrs. Hay- ward said. "American tourists love to bet on the.Loch Ness' monster. We gave 100-1 odds against any monster being' found this and it would have to be 30 feet in length and of a prehistoric nature hitherto un- known to man. J'Wc've taken bets on every- thing from elephant racing in Sri Lanka and spaghetti eat- ing contests, to whether or not a mother ,wiil have she explained. Cedar Dec. 1. Obituaries It's a Duck Gazette Photo by Ouono Crock 1 Saturday's snow was just right for snowmen and other snow sculpture. The Gazette had at least 35 calls about snowmen and sculpture of all shapes and sizes. Some of the snowmen were as tall, the callers said, as 10, 1 2 or 15 feet. Some wore colored clothes; one looked like a teddy bear; some were group projects. This large snow duck, constructed by Alan, 14, left; John, 1 1, on duck! and Ed Longer, 16, started life as a'snowman. One of the large snowballs fell off and when it land- ed it squashed into a shape that reminded them of a duck. The brothers decided a duck was what they would build. It's located in the backyard of their home at 2014 Ninth street SW. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Longer. As many of the youngsters could also testify; the snow was just right for snowballs. Kendall Gahring Kendall Deun Gahring, 18, died Thursday at University hospital in Iowa City of inju- ries suffered In an auto ac- cident near Brandon Nov. 18. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gahring of'Cedar Rapids. He was born Nov. 9, 1956, in Independence; and was'a jun- ior at Jefferson high school in Independence. Survivors in addition to his 'parents are three brothers. Randy, of Cedar Rapids, and Kim and Steven, both of In- dependence; two sisters, Max Ronnebaum, Ames, arid Mrs. Gerald Pint, Independ- ence; his paternal grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs.. Chris Gahring, Rowley; and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Weisertr Vinton. Services 2 p.m. Monday at the First United Methodist church in Independence by the Rev. Bernard G. Olson, Buri- al: Mt Hope cemetery. Friends may call at White's in Independence. Memorial Services Scon, lona tlagden Turner's east at 10.30 a.m. Monday by the Rev. Allen Van Cleve., Burial: Linwood cemetery Friends may call at the chap- el. Miles, Squire Turner's east at p.m. Monday by the Rev.' Oene. Burry, Burial. Cedar Memorial cemetery.' Friends may coll. at ihc fu- neral home.' The casket will nst be opened after the service. Kidnaped Businessman Coal- Rescued; 3 Arrested GRAND FALLS, N.B. (DPI) .Canadian police Saturday rescued a Massachusetts busi- ness man and arrested three hitchhikers on charges of kidnaping him 'when he stopped to give them a lift. Galen McLaugdlin, 62, of Acton, Mass., was rescued unharmed early Saturday, hours after he picked up three hitchhikers .who robbed him and held him hostage., Along with horse racing and "oya' oilier sport betting, do these Pollco Sgi; McKcnnv. offbeat flutters .-help Lad- brokes make money? "We turn over about million a said Mrs. Hay- ward. who led tho Investigation, said the kidnapers "threatened McLaughlin's life and held him hostage for two days. mundston, N.B., about .-ill miles from here. Edmiindston police said they met no resistance in arresting Donald Cormier, of Grand Falls, and Richard Knowlcs, 17, of '.South-bridge', Mass, They said they re- covered a .22 caliber revolver. McLaughlin was rescued. MeKcnny said ho was "In good health and happy to be released." Behavior- ON THIS DATE in 10IH, the U.N. General Assembly opened Its 1064 session after narrowly avoiding U.S.-Soviel 'show- down over unpaid Soviet as- sessmenls. Apartment Blast Claims 4 Lives DIJON, France (AP) F.our persons died and six w'cre injured Saturday in an explosion that destroyed 10 apartments in a stone build- ing. Police said they were una- ble to pinpoint for the 'blast immediately but speculated a gas leak hiight have caused it. Authorities said 43 persons after the explo- sion blew down interior walls, floors and some ceilings. Meddling Acquittal BEIRUT (AP) Former Lebanese military intelligence chief Col. Gaby 'Lahoud vifas acquitted Saturday on charges of meddling in politics, mis- appropriation of funds, dec slruction-of documents and vi- olation of military conduct, v Cwfar ftopids Emergency Ambulance..........366-7654 F.B.I Fire .................398-5343 Highway Patrol .....364-5171 After Hours ......363-5629 Police...............398-5353 Sheiiff............. 398-3521 Medical Society ....365-2527 (If you have no phytkian) Foundation II .......362-2174 (Crisis help, I Information; Referral (to Imn an Mp) (CNp ond ceny in yew MMiU) "But-just what they wanted lo do with him I still don't McKenny said. Robbed of owner of the McLaughlin -Tool Co. of Boxboro, was reported to be enroute home. The about 5 p.m. CST .Thursday on U.S. highway 05, near, Pittsfield, Maine, when' McLaughlin, enroute to visit relatives in the Bangor area, stopped to pick up three hitchhikers. One of them pulled out a .22 caliber pistol. After fobbing McLaughlin of about in (Continued from Pago 1.) have an informing system on each other and on others that is similar to. .Nazi Germany. They rim in to use the tele- phone daily, to report against each other lo the seed." The report included these other examples of behavior- conlrol experiments: "One recent proposal stated thai il is Ihrough a radio '-transmitter-receiver implanted in tjjp brain of a known offender, constantly to monitor and control his be- havior through a computer." A program in Iowa used the drug apomorphine, which can cause uncontrolled vomiting for up to an hour, on prisoners (Continued from by Richard Carter, the district president. Carter opposed the Miller- supported settlement for two weeks while it was stalled, unlil last .Wednesday, before '.the union's bar- gaining council in Washing. His orjthusiasm his Vole Saturday was apparent hVa seeming inabili- ty lo answer most of thc'angry queslions from the miners. Tho miners did not seem lo be satisfied, cither, with answers from' the union hc'ad- iiuarlors over a special'tele- phone connection to Wash- ington. Miller Retort Most of the complaints and queslions centered on.lhe pay gap provision between new and experienced miners, (lie right" of local unions, to settle individual grievances, shift rotation and pension benefits. Robert Tanner, a member of UMW local 1713 at Pine- ville, said Miller had lied to one of the local's members about shift rotalion. "Listen1 retorted who had been calm until (hen, "I've taken a lol of abuse and I'm pulling you on nolice here and now thai I'm nol taking any more." This was the first year in memory that a contract had been submitted to the rank and file for .approval. For 50 years, before Miller assumed Colder Temperatures Seen in Wake of Snow Ipwa's first major snow- storm of the' season' was slow- ly diminishing'Saturday night, leaving as much as. a foot of heavy'snow in its wake and heralding much colder temperatures tonight. I The heaviest snowfall in Eastern Iowa was apparently in the Sigourney area where the snow depth was officially measured at 9 inches at 8 a.m. Saturday, ami, the. .snow, con- tlnue'd to tall Ihrnuehnut the day. Cedar -Rapids had an ac- cumulation of about six inches on the ground at 10 p.m. Sat- urday, and the snow was still falling, although at a dimin- ishing rale. Roads Treacherous Highways, in .Eastern Iowa were reported partially ice- covered Saturday night, but expected to Improve'.by Sun- day unless winds developed to cause drifting problems. The was ex- pected'to cease over most of the state- 'sometime Sunday, and temperatures are predict- ed to drop as low as six de- grees tonight. The storm made streets and highways, even those that had been cleaned, treacherous for motorists. At least five deaths traffic deaths attributable to Robert Sternberr and 14 year old Jackquelino Welkcrt. In addition, many minor collisions were reported, most resulting in property damage, with the number slacking off Saturday a's "fewer motorists ventured away from home. Prepared for Worst Earlier forecasts warned of cash, the trio forced him to wno uscl' abusive language or 'he presidency the the weather were reported by drive them to Canada, where they crossed the border at Holton, Maine, about p.m. Thursday, police said. They' then drove to Grand Falls, where the trio reported- ly split up: MttKenney said he spotted a "suspicious character" Friday afternoon a motel in Grand Falls, lie arrested Ronald Valente, 25, of llav- erhill, Mass. Ho said the suspect .-had some iif McLaughlin's clothing and identification. At No Resistance the lime of the arrest. McKenny said, an alarm was out across the northeastern U.S. and Canada tor McLaughlin's car. At 5 a.m. Saturday, McLaughlin's car was spotted in a service station In Ed- smoked illegally. A Vacavllle, Calif., slate mental facility tried to suppress assaults and -suicide attempts with the drug anec- tinc, which causes prolonged seizure of the respiratory system and muscular para- lysis. An HEW-funded program at UCLA, studies boys aged 5-8 who show such signs of "fem- inine mannerisms" to develop "behavior management in which subjects' are given token rewards for displaying behavior appropriate to their gender." Ervln said he would transmit Ihc study to the na- tional commission Tor the protection of human subjects of biofncdlcal and behavioral experimentation, which has legal responsibility tor study- ing I ho Impact of behavioral research on human rights. union was ruled autocratically by the late John L. Lewis and then W. A. "Tony" Boyle, who is ndw in prison. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS Forjtws, Spots, iMMuipIng, Inlot- mittan nod Offktl Nil liittJ Itln CirulltillM-SytKiiillMDiit. 39II3J3 IbniSflt. Sumkiys Until 12 HriMoys II o.m. t> 1 p.m. MM. thru Fri. 1 o.m. S p.m. until I? >HH Display Mviniiinj................m-llll t o.m..lii S p.m. Motion Otfk. Ihe state highway patrol. C.R. Accident Hugh Rawson, 61, Cedar, Rapids, was killed in a four- vehicle accident on E avenue NW Saturday morning. A' car-pickup collision Sat- highway .63 in north- east Iowa Simp- son, 11, of rural lona. Another falal accident was reported late Saturday on I 80 near Grinnell, but the victim's name was not released by the patrol. Two Muscatihe youths woie killed on .highway 61 ncai Miiscatine Friday night, five-' -larly In corner of the state, prompting precautions to make sure emergency services could be provided. In Johnson, the county ambulance service was prepared to operate with the. use." of snowmobiles and trail- ers strategically located in the county, for use if roads be- came impassable for standard vehicles. County roads were reported 75 to 100 percent impassable on gravelled portions at the peak of the snowfall, but crews were keeping the more well-travelled; paved. roads open. THIS DATE in 1954, a mutual1 security pact was signed by the United States and the Chinese Nationalist government on Formosa. The Cedar Ripida Cuette Established In 1M1 by The Colette Co.' ana published dally and'Sunday al 500 Third nve. SE. Cedar Rapids, lawn 52JM. Second doss postage naid at Cedor Roolds, Iowa. Subscription rates by carrier V5 cents a wfCK. By mall: andI Sunday 6 Issues a monttlr My.OO o yeor Ternoon Editions and, Sunday 7 Issues a month, UO.OO a year. Other states ana U.S. territories UO.OO a year. No Moll Subscriptions occeoted In areas'hovlr-- Gaiette carrier Frances R. Davis Twenty-first street of'Harold C. Davis, died Sat- urday after a short Illness. She was born .Jan. )2, in Kew III. and lived in Cedar Rapids the-last 40 years of, heir life. _ r She is survived by a sorv William R. Davis, Cedar Rap- a half-sister, Rosemary and, five grandchildren. V Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated Tuesday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's church: conducted by the Rev. Martin .Laughlin. Burial; Mt. Calvary -cemetery ,.c Friends may call at the Stewart funeral home Monday from 2 p.m., to 9 p'.m., where the Rosary will be recited at p.m. and the Wake service at 8 p.m. Walter L. Mysker. Walter L. of 1201 Forty-second street NE, died Saturday in a local hos- pital following a brief illness. He was born Oct. 26; 1900, in Chicago, and was married to Florence E. Smith in Cedar Rapids in 1927. He was' a member ,of the First Presby- terian church, and was a re- tired grain buyer for Penick and'Ford. -i Surivivihg are a Wil- liam MUsker, Cedar Rapids; three grandchildren; a sister, Marguerite'Hurling, of Elgin, 111.; and .a brother, John Musker, of Chicago. Memorial services' ;will be conducted' at Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Monday, by the Rev. John S. Shew.' Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery.' Friends may call at the fu- neral chapel until p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Friends may, if they wish, donate to the First Presbyteri- an church or the cancer fund. Metal Pollution Almost All from Cars, Tests Find __.Wcst Germany .Te'sis conducted last, year's The- Assi exclusively all the local r service, elated ly all metal particles polluting urban air come from according to a government-; sponsored study. The four car-less Sundays, ordered during the'Arab oil; boycott gave researchers their first chance to learn how. much of a city's' pollution actually comes from cars. Their finding: Lead and iron. concentrations in the air dropped to almost zero compared .with normal Sun- days. The level of carbon monoxide, however, dropped only 50 percent. "The study demonstrates convincingly that the automo- bile is practically the only source 'for certain said Dr. J. .Mueller of Frankfurt Insti- tute for Metereology and Geophysics. But he added that the stud- ies could not show how cars compare to industries' as polluters since the tests were 'conducted on Sundays. Mueller's, conclusion was simple: "In order.to get clean- er air in we have to reduce the motprcar sources." Delated Press Is entitled to the use tor republlcatlon ot ...jl news printed In this news- as well as oil AP news dispatches.. Established In 188] by The Gaiette Co and published dally and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Rapids. Iowa 52406. Sjecnnd class poitooe paid ot Cedar ON THIS DATE in 1973, the founding father of modern Israel, David Ben-Gurion, died in Tel Aviv at the age of 87. TEAMEN FUNERAL HOME 19.16' Marian I'1. Tcahcn OWNBH I'hMf MI-K27 KIdrn B. Rohn MORTICIAN Avf. NW CENTURY BURIAL VAULTS Since 1027 Charles, Henrietta, A Charles .Ir. I'ochohradsky 42ID MT, VEKNON RD. S.E. 364-7478 NOVAK MONUMENT CO. FINE MKMOKIAI.S SINCE IM2 203 Urti SE 364-4439 and Private Send Something Special from Pack's Flowers CrnKw H. M. Nf Always Welcome! Green Plants AVE FLORAL t BOTANICALS 16th Av.. S.W. 366-7 Ml .1011 K. LAPKS flowvrs 1909 CofivanMnf ttownfown Third Avenue S.t. 365-0511 We hove 10 many beautlfvl wayi to toy tomethlng toeclal FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phono oniwered 24 hours every day A Funeral Home within our grounds: makes our service to you complete. A capable staff, experienced in help- ing share the burden of your loss, will be devoted to helping you completely. fedarjjworiat FUNERAL HOME OmtKry, Shop m 1st Ave. NE ;