Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 2, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

December 02, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Daily Record Tht Weather High Icmnrnlurat SSSS IMnvtr nvtr Hwitm C. R. Weather High Sunday Low overnight Noon Monday 2 p.m. Precipitation Total for December Normal for December Normal through Dec Total for 1974 Barometer, steady Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at 2pm NWatl2mph Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, 4 36 Year Ago Today High, 67, low, 37; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Cedir Kiplfc 1, -Cedar Rapids Obituaries The Rev. Orin Young Long' Illntss The Orin Hershel Young' 80, a resident of Meth-Wick manor, died Sunday following a long illness Born Feb. 18, 1894, in John-' sonville, 111, he had been a United Methodist minister for nearly 45 years, serving churches in Illinois and Iowa He was a member of the Iowa annual conference of the church and maintained his membership In the church at Monroe Besides serving as a pastor, le had been administrator of the Old Folks Home, a Method- si home m Lawrenceville, 111, 'or a number of years and also lad served as administrator of Wesley Acres, first Methodist Rain is expected over parts of the Northeast Monday night, with'snow likely near the shore of the lower Lakes. Ram is also likely over the north Pacific coast. Mostly fair else- where. Tuesday I Weather IIi-Lo Bismarck Cloudy 34-12 Chicago PtCldy 39-23 Cincinnati Cloudy 37-20 Des Momes Fair 38-20 Detroit Cloudy 35-21 Indianapolis PtCldy 38-20 Kansas City Fair 40-27 Milwaukee PtCldy 36-20 Mpls -St Paul Fair 32-16 Omaha Fair 35-10 St Louis Fair 38-24 Sioux Falls _ PtCldy 32-15 Degree Days Wednesday 39 Thursday Friday 39 Saturday I 37 Sunday 41 Total to date Through Dec. 1, 19731.... Percent of, normal year .23.5 Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Monday 683 36 Births Luke's Nov. ,30 the families of Gregory Evans, 901 Old Marion road' NE, a son; Greg- ory Smith. '1101 Thirty-eighth street SE, a son; Edward Kraus, 4708 Wenig road NE, a son. Dec. 1 To the families of Steven Carley, .Hiawatha, a daughter; Steve Brodie, 924 M street SW, a son; the Rev. Mi- chael Last, 2600 J street SW, a son; Stephen Bowman, 931 nue SE, David Dvorak, Fairfax Gladys 2726 Twenty- seventh street SW, Michael Hepker, 2952 Prairie drive NE, Craig Beadle, 5411 Plainview drive NW, Jessie Chesmoie, 1037 Center Point load NE, Robert Fitton, 2139 Lincoln- shire drive SEj Scott Akers, 1023 Fourth street SE; Ronnie Hardman, 1321 L avenue NE, each fined and costs. Her- bert Skarbek, 503- Spencer drive SW, Charles Martin, Hia- watha, Thomas Brown, 1920 First avenue NE each fined and costs Sandra Manley, Al- burnett; Glenda Erie, 800 Sixth street SW, 935 West Ronald Ninth Gardner, avenue, Glenn Roemig, route Belmont daughter. parkway" NW, a Births Mercy Nov. 30, Mr. and Mis Kyle .Patrick, 2026 Eighteenth street SW, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fcrreter, 4626 Twin Pine drive NE, a son. Marriege Licenses Stephanie Karrick and Jef: Connie ;Barber: anc William Rebecca Shorlz and Bernard Johnson, Mary Jo Brasser and Bruce David, Cam Dvorak and Billy of Cedar Rapids. Donna Finn Cedar Rapids, and Theodore Manuel, Lomita, Calif. Barbara Valdez and Dennis Hansel, both of Hills. Theresa Drahozai, In- dependence, and Joyce Schumacher Finger, both .of Winthrop. and Jeff ____ ._ M a r c n g o Cindi McCarter, Cedar Rapids, .and Roger Roh- wcdder, Central Marriages Dissolved Billie R. and. Jeannefte'; S. Moody. Reya C. A: Kinney. Shirlee -A-. and Robert C. Weed. Kathlueri A.'nnd Rob- ert J. Scroggins; Jacquelyii Joyce and Randall Uess. Gon- zalez. Celine M.'and John H. Vossen. 'Anne and Michael Langer. Mavis N. and Donald K. McCallister. Wanda L. and Dan- iel Campbell. Katharine D. and Henry-.-M. Nicholson. Joyce R and Jackie R. Smith. Yvonne Marie and Harvey James Good- enough. -j i Annulments ordo.n and Beverley M. Coonrod. one, i Cedar Rapids, I Mary Schmidt 3522 Dunham drive SE, Martin Stockdale, 2109 Larry drive NE; Kevin Harold drive SE; Mark, Bray, Anamosa, James 1 Mart, 604 Greenfield street -Frank Kosek, 2757 Iowa avenue; SE; Mary Pierce, 1017 B avenue NW; Gregory Kroul, Marengo; Gloria Campbell, 2450 Deborah drive SE, Michael Sherwood, 1908 Higley avenue SE, Gaiy Jones; 1801 Eastern drive SW; Everett Kruse, 2912 Sue lane NE, Michael Moore, Davenport, Jeff icy Maas, Wilhamsburg, Pat Clement, Hiawatha, Clif- Iprd Hendricks, 3840! Tooma- :ord 3840 Toma- hawk trail ,SE; La Verne: Chris- tiansen, Center -Point; Kevin Canney, 1923 Central 'drive SE, Marilyn Duncan, 926 Twenty-first Leslie avenue SE, Carol Shramek, 1005 Maple court SW; each fined costs; Plate violation Larry and costs. Failure to signal Bruce Brown, Walford; fined and costs. Overload David Engelstad, 5300 Locust load SW, fined 50.and costs Rlsht-of-way violation Maiy Fiala, 3308 Sue Lane NW; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Michael Sherwood, 1008 Higley 8 Burial Davenport Memorial park cemetety Malcom Lloyd Kriegel, 57. Tuesday at 10 at St. Pa- tuck's Catholic church, Brook- lyn Hosary Monday at 7 30 at Neveiihoven's in Brooklyn. .Guernsey Billy Dawsoh, 6, and David Tlmm, ,9: Nevenho- ven's. Vinton _ Mary S Wheeler, 41 Wednesday at 1 30 at the Free Methodist church Camp- fa e 11' s Memorial fund es- tablished; Swisher Mrs Robert (Norma) W h e e 1 o c k, 49. Wednesday at 1. .at' Hoover- Valentine's, Marengo, w h e i e friends may call after 5 Tues- day. and costs. Daniel Butterfield, 4316 Center Point'road, NE; fined and costs. i 'Disturbing: the peace Ken- neth -Wirling, Alburnett; fined cos_ts. .V.Meter violation Thomas Coe, pubuque; fined and costs.'; Improper turn Merle Hart, Morley; fined and costs. ire io transfer title Faiiu! Kenneth Wells, 281 Twenty- seventh. avenue SW; fined Fires; p.m. Saturday. Stove to rap rusr, 1432 Ninth street NW. p.m. Saturday. Rcsusci- tator call, 2119 Richard, drive NE. a.m. Sunday. Cigaret to .street SW. p.m. Sunday. Defective liKht switch, 324 Eleventh street p.m. Sunday. Defective furnace.'lOll Ninth street NW. p.m. Sunday. Nuisance call, Twenty-ninth street and Outlook drive SW.- Court Speeding Aloysious Hpeger, Hopkington; John Par- sons, route two, Cedar Rapids; Michael Wil- liamsburg; .James Nowadky, .3324 Sue Lane NW; Terry K o o p m a n, NevVhall; Randy Spears, Hcdrick; Richmond Spaw, 1804 Park avenue SE; Steve Tamayo, 307 Seventh avenue SW; Richard Fisk, 910 Maplewood drive NE; Terry Dnguc, 1311 Nineteenth ave- nue SE; Rebecca Cook, 510 Seventeenth street NE; Harry Phillips, 3017 Ridgemoro drive SE; James Grnbe, route two, Cedar Rapids; John Fothbvcq. 323 Flcotwood drive SW; Ed- ward Matus, jr., 211 Park nvc- One-way street violation' 4009 Oakland road .NE; Kathy Johnson, 117 First 'avenue SW; each fined and costs. Traffic signal, violation Daniel Butt erf ield .4316 Center Point road NE; fined and costs. Sharon Burk, Palp; Gregory Bulicek, 108 Twenty-first street SW; Jeffrey Rosinson, route, i one, Cedar .Roger ji.Sissel, 1606 Thirtieth, street.-'.NW; Vincent Brecht, 1040 'Nineteenth street Archie Buckley, 1638- B avenue NE; Ted 2125 Mallory BarloWi street- 1304- First, William avenue Monticello Roy M Berlin, Goettsch's, Monticello Springvillc Geoige E Freshwaters, 70. Wednesday at 1 30 at the Murdoch chapel in Marion, where friends may call after 1 Tuesday Burial at Elk jrove cemetery, Washington, 'ollbws cremation. 'Memorial fund established. Lisbon Sarah (Franks Proctor, Hill, N. C. Memorial services pending Sigourncy Gertrude Lyons DeMarce, 60 Tuesday at 10, Nimmers', :may call between 7 and 9 30 p m Monday. Burr Oak Edward J Dinger, 78. Tuesday at 2, 'Meth- odist church. Steines', Decorahl Wellman William R Grif- fiths, GO Tuesday at 2, Mosher funeral, home, Melcher; burial at.'Melcher. Cascade Charles P Rogers, 84 Wednesday at St. Martin's' church. Friends may call after 7pm Monday at Devaney's. West Liberty _ Dr John E Klmball, 88 Private services at Oak Hldge cemetery following cremation. Snider's. Elkader Theodore W. Bur- rack, 60 Wednesday at 11 at St John's'Lutheran church, Far- mersburg. 'Visitation after' 1 Tuesday at Witt's, 'Tracr Marcus P. Knoop, 71. Tuesday at at" the Ripley United Church of Christ. Burial: Buckingham cemetery. Overton's. Wellman Bertha Spidlc, 3. Tuesday at 2 at Chapman's n Clarence where friends may call between 'and Monday. Burial: Clarence cem- etery. Tama F. A. (Ole) Prusha, 6. Wednesday at 10' at St. Patrick's Catholic .church. Ros- ary Tuesday at 'at Mason- Hand's. r Tama Mrs.. Jessup Lasley, Graveside service Monday at 1 at the Morgan cemetery on the. Mesquakie, .Indian settle- ment.. Mason-Hand's. Tipton Forrest H. Ford, 80. Tuesday at at Dye's where friends may call'after Tipton Bernard Kotz, 68. Tuesday at 10 at St. Mary's where.: visitation will be held :rom to 9 and Rosary recited at 8 Monday. Sheets and (Continued from Page 1.) proached the camp, which houses about Palestinian refugees and shelled it for aboul 30 minutes Border Incident Along the Persian gulf, border incident between Kuwail and Iraq posed a new threat to Arab unity. The Kuwaiti news- paper Al Rai Al Am said Sun- day that Iraqi troops set up Msitions more than a mile in- side Kuwait The 'newspaper said Kuwait, a Major oil producer like Iraq {jut far bmaller than its neighbor, may be forced to suspend finan- :ial aid to Egypt and Syria to face the reported Iraqi threat Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba told the Lebanese newspaper Al he would Continue to hold the four Palestinians who hijacked a British airliner on Nov 21 and surrendered in Tunis five days later after murdering a German banker who was among the pas- sengers. The hijackers oppose the Pal- estine Liberation Organization, and the PLO i demanded that they be turned over to it tor to the Egyptian government for trial But Bourguiba told the Le- banese paper "I think the best solution is to keep them here in Tunisia. Be- sides we promised them not to put them on trial.-They trust us and we have to keep that prom- >e. "We promised them that we would hand them over to the Peler Peter Alfred Standleyi 74, of m Sussex drive NE, died Sun- land road.NE, a lifelong resi- fa'l, day following a sudden illness dent of Cedar'Hapids, died Sat- Born Nov. 8, 1900, at Musca- tme, he was married to the former Anna C Lemke June 16j 1934, at Lake Zurich Mr. Stand- ley, a retired employe of Wells Taylor rehabilitation'center. He lome for retired Des Moiries: persons in The Rev Mr Young also had ield memberships in the Mason- c lodge; Rotary, Lions and Ki- wanis clubs at various times and places, and the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce Surviving are his wife, the former Nellie Jane Meyers, to whom he was married Oct 16, 1917, in Johnsonville, three daughters, Mrs George Pimlott, Cedar Rapids, Mrs George Troutt, Charleston, W Va, and Mrs Harold Beetem, Engle- wood, Colo four sisters, Pansy Anthis, Violet Foraker and Gol- die Pressnell, of Cisne, HI, and Mrs Archie Richison of Texas, a brother, Estil, Camp Verde, Ariz, and eight grandsons Services 10 am Wednesday in De Selms chapel in Cisne, III, by the Rev B M Coatnen of Centralia, 111 Friends may call at Turner chapel west until 9pm Monday Manufacturing i Co of D c s Plaines, 111, moved Cedar RajMds in 1973 from Des Flames He was a member of Peace Christian Reform church Surviving in addition to his wife, are five daughters, Dorothy Gabriel, Cedar'Rapids, Evelyn Miller, Roselle, 111, LO.UISC Elsemiller, Deerfield Beach, Fla, Helen Poyer, Elgin, 111, and Marjorie Veld, Kala- mazoo, Peter, Mich Cedar Paul W. Faas PaulW. Faas, 17frof935'Oak1. urday following a short illness. 1 1 Born July 1957, in Cedar iHnessi Rapids, he attended school at the Cerebral Palsy Center and il Kriz, died Saturday after a brief was a member 'of Grace Brethren church Surviving are his parents, Mr William H Faas, three brothers, Ronald, at home, Donald, Staunton, Va and Robert Herdlicka, Cedar Rapids; and his grandparents Mr and Mrs Clare Faas, Cedar UmJr Krii Lillian K.'Kriz, of mute 1, PLO only with their consent. It is a human problem' and not a problem of sanctions. They will stay in Tunisia until, the situa- tion changes." (Continued fri6m Page 1.) WorthiAgtoi ington Dora Kotz, Flowers Belong PIERSON'S FLOWER SHOP ISOOIIIIillnl. NW FLOWERPHONE3t6-1l2S NW; Sean :'Ciillivan, 1708 Park avenue Gary Thomson Marlelle; James Bova, 149 Edge- wood road Jeanine Fred- ericki 1317 NE; Harold City; Cherry Cummings, 814 L street SW; -Wicknian, 1815 avcnne NE; Bruce' Hcitshusen, '2033 Chandler, SW; RickiC'' Robertson, ..05, Fleet- wood ..road NW; Joseph Parker, 1110 Northview drive, Marion; Earl DuFoe, 1018 Thirty-sixth street SE; each lined and costs. John.Albert, 127 Thlrty- Hrst Street NW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment. Daniel Build-field, 4316, Center Poinl road NE; fined: 'and cdsls. Karl Hackett, Shcllsburg; Stev- en Jensen, 1324 Wilson ave- nue SW, two charges; Donald Daake, 2951 Sixth street NEj Ronald Blong, Iowa City; each fined? 10 and costs. Improper passing Godfrey. Matus, 1857 Wilson avenue SW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Tipton; Leonard K. Hayes, 84. Tuesday at Sheets and Sons, whore friends may call. Masonic service Monday al Stria bit of chMr 77. Wednesday, at St. Paul's Catholic church. Hosary Tuesday at McBride's, 3yersville.. Worthington William F 77. Wednesday at 9 at tfcBride's, Dyersville, where friends may call after 3'Tues- day. Mt. Vcrnon Jay EeRoy 38. Wednesday at 2 at the Baxter chapel. Independence Frederick D. Wednesday at at Hope Wcsleyan Memorial fund established. from... 4 Stasons X Mill. Mm M. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance..........344-7654 F.B.I Fire.................398-5343 Highway Patrol..... 364-S171 After Hours ......363-5629 Police...............398-5353 Sheriff............. 398-3521 Medical Society you no phrilclon) Foundation II .......362-2174 {Criiii htlp, I p.m.-midnlghl) Information, Referral 398-3955 (To town who con help) [Clip oroi ccury In your kiilloW) hose changes might be, he said, T just dp not see the need for wage and price controls." On energy, the President said he wanted to see if. his adminis- tration's voluntary program of reducing consumption by 1 mil- lion barrels a day is workable. If it is not, he "not hesitate to implement" a mandatory allocation program. But asked about a gasoline tax, he said, "I don't foresee that as a possibility." He added (hat such a tax would meet "vigorous opposition" on Capitol Hill. In fact, Ford saidj much of the problem; with the energy shortage is.' congres- sional inaction on bills both he and former President Nixon have submitted. "The scorecard. is really (Continued from Page 1) which indicted Ehrlichman and the other cover-up trial defend ants named Nixon as an unm- dicted co-conspirator, Frates said "Certainly Mr Ehrlichman should be allowed the opportum ;y to establish that he was not ?uilty of any violation of the laws of the United (States by using the testimony of this key and central witness Frates also said that Nixon kept Ehrlichman m the dark about the former President's knowledge of the Watergate cover-up from June 23, 1972, until April 30, 1973, when Ehr- lichman and former White House aide H R Haldeman resigned their White House jobs After completing the discus- sion about'Nixon, Sirica called in the jury and Haldeman re- sumed testimony in his own defense. He was scheduled to undergo cross-examination later in the day. sisters, Bertha Collet and Blanche St Lawrence, both of Des Plaines, Delia Clauer, Du- buque, and Helen Frederick, of Tennessee, 22 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services Lauterburg-Oehler funeral home at Arlington Heights, 111, with time to be an- nounced later Burial. Ridge wood cemetery, Des Plaines Turner chapel cast was ir charge of arrangements Christian V. Pearson Christian V Pearson, 67, of 1210 Fifteenth! street' SW, died Monday following a sudden illness Born April 27, 1907, in Graysville, Mo, he had been a resident of Cedar Rapids for one yean He was married to Erma Mill- er Oct. 3, 1929, in Bloomfield. He was a member of the Mason- ic lodge in Hartford, I Mo, Order of Eastern Star, Hartford, and had been a judge in Put- nam county, Mo, for 12 years Rapids Services Chapel of Memories at 1 p m Tuesday by the Eev a son, Alfred Gilbert W Gilgan, jr., of Grace Rapids, four Brethren church Burial Cedar Memorial Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home Monday and at the chapel after 9am Tuesday The family sug- gesls that friends may, if they wish, donate to the Muscular Dystrophy fund The casket will be closed al 12 45 p m Tuesday Clyde Jay Davis Clyde Jay Davis, 67, of 1017 Seventeenth street NE, died Sun day after a long illness He was born Jan in Gnnnell He was a retired 46-year em- ploye of Pemck and Ford Co He was a member of the YMCA Health Hub Surviving are his wife, the former Margaret Nedbal, to whom he was married Dec 12, 1928, in Rock Island, two daugh- ters, Mrs Oliver Bonesteel, Racine, Wis, and Mrs Dale Hedgecoth, Cedar Rapids, a son, James Marion; six grandchildren, a sister, two sons, Willard of Blue Grass, and James L, Cedar Rapids, four brothers, Darwin, Union- ville, Mo, Gad, Livonia, Mo Leland, Queen City, Mo, and Neal, Blue Spring, Mo, 10 grandchildren and two 'great- grandchildren Services will be held in Umon- ville at a time to be determined by the Rev Roger Goodson of Edgewood Baptist church in Cedar Rapids Turner chapel west was in charge of local ar- rangements. She ,was born in Llim county May 2, 1908, and "was a lifelong resident of this vicinilyi J She was a member of the Ellis Park Church of God and' a member of the church Mis- sionary society and the Wo- man's Christian Temperance Union 1 l Surviving are her h'usband, to Whom she was married "Aug. 12, 1924, m Cedar Rapidsj a daugh- ter, Mary Ann Gardner, Cedar Rapids, a son, Lumir Kriz, jr, Cedar Rapids, 'and three grand- children. Services. Wednesday at m in the Ellis Park Church" of God by the Rev, John Little Burial-St John's cemetery. Friends may call at the Jane- ba-Kuba funeral 'home west after 7pm. Monday and until 9 m Tuesday, and after Ham V e d n e s d a y in the church. Friends may contribute to the memorial fund of the Ellis Park Church of God brothers, Will C Davis and Surviving besides his wife arc Frank D Davis, both of Cedar Milo W. Besta Milo W. Besta, 58, of 540 Forest drive SE, died early Sun- day after a short illness. He was lorn in Cedar Rapids May 2, 916, and was a lifelong resi- lent. He was a retired employe of Wilson and Co, and had been employed at Mercy hospital at he time of his death He was a member of the All Saints Catholic church, a veter- an of World war II and a Mrs Charles McGinty, and two member of the Western Frater- Richard L. Clyde Richard Leslie Clyde, 51, of 1121 Sixteenth avenue SW, died Sunday after a short illness He was born in Alexandria Bay, N Y, Sept 23, 1923 He was employed as building superin- tendent for Skogman-Ralston Co Elapids. Services Tuesday at 1 30 jm in the Kuba funeral home east by the Rev Floyd J Con- ro.v, of Knox United Presby- terian church Burial. Cedar Memorial Friends may call at the Kuba funeral home east af- ter 5 pm Monday. Friends if they'wish, contribute to the Cancer Society. Mary A. Hruby Mary A Hruby, 89, of 1633 (Continued from Page 1.) the vote was 199-92 against ac- ceptance. Other results in favor of ac- ceptance were a 67-52' vote al Republic Steel's Banning mine near Pittsburgh and 117-38 at Consolidation mine, also in the Pittsburgh area.. Miller predicted acceptance by CO percent or more of the vote.. "I believe it's the 'best agree- ment that anyone ever negotiat- said Miller. Miller and other UMW. leaders spent the weekend in coalfields urging miners to -approve, the three-year contract; They said it provides a .64. percent, increase in economic benefits. However, there are some complaints that the contract lacked local right-tO; related to lie said. Says Hair Linked To Tooth Loss NEW YORK Dentists, who already wear barber-style coats and operate from barber- style cliairs, soon will be cutting :iair to find out why some pa- tientsjose their teeth: Dr. .Hal Muggins, a Colora- do denial surgeon, told the fif- Jolh annual Greater New York Dental Meeting Sunday, that dentists of the future Mil check hnir and blood sam- iles to determine susceptibility o gum disease and toolh de- cay. Mr Clyde was a veteran of World war I. He was a member of St. Ludmila's Catholic church. Surviving are his wife, the former Patricia ..Murray, to whom he was married in Cedar F.eb. 7, 1942; a son, James M.', Oskaloosa; three sisters, Rubey Bacon, Philadel- phia, N.i Y., Mrs. Art Bacon, Philadelphia, N. Clyde, of Theresa, and a brother Virgil, Cedar Rapids. Services: a.m. Tuesday in" St. Ludmila's Catholic church iy: the Rev.' Robert W. Cizek: Burial: St. John's cemetery: Friends may call, at the. Janeba- Xuba. funeral home west after 5 >.m. Monday. Rosary: Janeba- (uba funeral home west 7 p.m. died .Sunday, after a short' illness" She was born Feb'. 21, 1885, m West Branch and lived m the West Branch and Solon vicini- ties for several years She had lived in Cedar Rapids the las nine years She was a member of St Mary's church and the Altar and Rosary society at Solon. Surviving are three daugh- ters, Elizabeth Murphy and Rose Skriver, Cedar Rapids, and Blanche Stout, West Branch; three sons, Joseph Cihla and 'John Hruby, Cedar Rapids, and Kenneth Hruby, nal Life Assn Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Ellen Hensing, to whom he was married May 26, 1947, at Vinton; four daughters, Mrs Walter Dolley, Vinton, Mrs Willard Hruby, Ruth Ann Besta, and Barbara Besta, all of Cedar Rapids, a son, Gary L, Cedar Rapids; his father, Wil- liam Besta, Cedar Rapids; and a sister, Mrs Lester Galey, Cy- press, Calif Services. 10, am Wednesday in All Saints Catholic church by the Rev. Edmund L, Becker Burial- St John's cemetery. al home east after 7pm. Mon- day. Wake services: Tuesday at 7pm atKuba's Mrs. Earl Cherry Carrie Cherry, 86, of 915 H av- enue NW, died Monday follow- ing a sudden illness. Born May 9, 1888, in Lohl- bach, Germany, she had lived in Cedar 'Rapids' since 1908, com- ing here from Atkins. She -was' married to Earl Cherry Sept. 10, 1908, in Vinton. Surviving are 'her .husband, Earl, a daughter, Mrs. Sidney. great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Wednes- day in Brosh funeral home in Solon and 10 a.m. in St. Mary's church by the Rev. J. J. Path. Burial: St. Joseph's cemetery, Iowa City. Father Fath will re- cite the Rosary at 8'p.m. Tues- day at the funeral home, where riends .may call after noon Tuesday. Shellsburg; 24 45 Peterson, Cedar Rapids; and a SOIli Arnold K'., Peoria; a Memorial Services Davis, Frances R. Tuesday St. Patrick's church iy. the Rev. Martin' Laughlin. Mt: ,'Calvary. Friends Mrs. Gerald Harrington Rosalyn of may call- .at ipme. Stewart. funeral minor league on passing bills strike protection and failed to sufficiently improve pensions. The union planned, to finish :ounting votes by late 'Tuesday and predicted miners could re- turn to. work .week if the agreement is approved. More than offers to buy, sell, rent, hire, or service daily in the want JOIIY K. 1 v Convenient Downtown Location 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Busts 'Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398-5fi05 Elsewhere 800-332-5934 C. Turnei chapel east at a.m. Tues- day, by. :the ,Hev.. Philip E. Evvbldseh.. Burial: ..Cedar. Me- morial., Friends at Turner.chapcl.east'untii 10 a.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be op'ened'after Ihc service. Rawson; Hugh' C. Turnei' chapel west at noon Tuesday-by Pastor.: Si e.gf r i c'd Roeske. Burial: Spring Grove cemetery. Friends may call at Turner chapel: NiffeiicRger, Roy Turner chapel.east at' 'p.m. Tues- day, by ,Dr. Arnold Herbst. Burial: Sharon- Hill cemetery, Kalona.' Friends may call at Turner chapel east. employe of St. Luke's hospital. She. was married to'Gerald E. Harrington in 1936 in Dubuque, .Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Larry C. Aspleaf, with whom she made her home; two sons, Robert J. and Gerald A., ofiCedar Rapids Q sister, Mrs. M. B. Shea, -Cedar Rapids; .wo Wilfred and1 Mi- chael Hughes; both of Portland, Ore.; and 14 grandchildren. I a 11 i e May, Atkins; tvtp r o t h e r William Schueler, Atkins, and George Schueler, Van Home; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services: p.m. Wednes- day at Turner chapel west by the Rev. Charles R. Mehaffey. Burial: Cedar Friends may call chapel west. Memorial, at Turner Mrs. Myer Avedovech Ruth Avedovech, 91, wife of 1929 Park avenue SE, widow of Myer' Avedovech, a former Gerald E. Harrington, died Sun- Cedar Rapids resident, died Fri- day following a short illness. .Born Feb. 22, 1901, in Cas- cade, she had lived in Cedar Rapids for the last 20 years. Mrs. Harrington was a retired 10 YEARS AGO Bobby Baker, former secretary-of the senate Democratic majority, re- fused to turn over subpoenaed documents to senators inves- tigating an alleged political payoff from a government con- tract. when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED 24 HOURS EVERY DAY. Services: .Wednesday' at 10 Portland, a.m. at Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. William P. Leonard. .Burial: Mt. Calvary. Father Leonard will recite the Rosary Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Stewart funeral home, where friends may call Tuesday from 2 to 9 p.m. day in a Portland, Ore., hospital following a sudden illness. She' was born March 16, 1883, in Minneapolis, Minn. She lived in Cedar Rapids for 20 years, and was a member of the Uni- tarian church' and the Cedar chapter of the Order of the East- ern Star. Survivors include her hus- >and; a daughter, Mrs. Carl Bach, Portland; two sons, Wil- liam and Richard, both of Port- land; nine grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be Saturday, at ihc First Unitarian church, WREATHS GRAVE MOUNDS GRAVE BLANKETS GrttN Thumb Spot Center MM M. John B. Turner Son Funeral Directors Serving all faiths since 1888. 'lUl'IKT'S litUSl 800 Second Aw. SI I 'Uinicr'sVVbst ;