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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NATION*! WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST to 7AM EST IZ- * - 7*  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., December 2, 1971  at at  t&'hx—-J  TTtr /I \    -  The Weather  High temperatures Sunday, low tem-     prralurej    overnight    ana inches    of pre-      cipllaUon'                  Anchorage    34 ?J .43    L Anodes    <8 49      Atlanta    .45 ij ..    Miami    74 S3      Bismarck    ..if a    Min'apolls    34 IS .      Chicaoo    34 35 .13    N. Organs    47 33      Denver    . 41 lf    New York    41 lf I ft      Duluth    30 a ..    Phoenix    70 43      Honolulu    84 45    Seattle    47 4? .10      Houston    41 34    Washinsfn    57 40 1.03     C. R. Weather  High Sunday ............... 32  l^ow overnight ...............20  Noon Monday ............... 25  2 p.m. .................... 39  Precipitation ............ None  Total for December    ....    None  Normal for December ..... 1.43  Normal through Dec.....33.18  Total for 1974 .............. 45.53  Barometer, steady ........30.15  Humidity at noon .........69%  Wind direction and    velocity at  2 p.m. NW at 12 mph.  Sun rises Tuesday, 7:17; sun sets, 4:36.  Year Ago Today — High, 67; low, 37; rainfall, none.  Traveler's Foreca<*  Tuesday  Weather Hi-Lo  Bismarck........Cloudy    34-12  Chicago .........PtCldy    39-23  Cincinnati  Cloudy 37-20  Cleveland ........Snow    34-22  Des Moines ....... 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  Peter A. Standley  Peter Alfred Standley, 74, of [339 Sussex drive  Paul W. Faas  Paul W. Faas, 17, of 935 Oak-  Mrs. Lumir Kriz  Lillian K. Kriz, 68, of route 2,  The Rev. Orin Young  Dies; Long Illness    ,     J     .          „  ™  D  rv ti . , -,    339 Sussex drive NE, died Sun-land road NE, a lifelong resi*  r .j- r  r Q ni/i«    i    rho Rev. Oro, liers)*! Young  day  , olhwing a  ***,„  mnesg . |dent of Cedar Rapids, died    .    ,    T",  I cesident of Meth-Wick | !orn Nov 8 1900 at  M Usca .'urday following a short illness.  Knz ’ dled  Saturday after a brief manor    died Sunday    following    a    , ine he was marrjed to the     Born July 3, 1957, in Cedar    illness.  orig i ric ss.    former Anna C, Lemke June 16,    Rapids, he attended school at    She was    born    in    Linn county  sonviHe *IM he * ii ‘be n ^ I 934 '  at  Me Zurich.Mr Stand- the Cerebral Palsy Center and May 2, 1906, and was a lifelong IT?* J    »* A t    ■ ?    r    Icy, a retired empbye of Wells,Taylor rehabilitation center. He     rp  , a  nt  ,     thic   United    Methodist    minister    for    Manufacturing Co. of Des    was a member of  (irace      res '<ient of    this    vicinity.  "k P 3  "J  y  ■  45 ,„. years '  servmg  Plaines, III., moved to Cedar Brethren church.     &hc    was a m ember of the Ellis  t urches rn Illinois and  ,owa jR a pids j n )973  f rom  ^ es  Surviving are his parents, Mr. [Park Church of God and a e was a member of the Iowa Plaines. He was a member of and Mrs. William H. Faas; member of the church annual conference of the church p eace  Christian Reform church, three brothers, Ronald, at  sionary society and  Mettle Wo-  Mf i wt atnit f oTOC&yr $  Rain is expected over parts of the Northeast Monday night, with snow likely near the shore of the lower Lakes. Rain is also likely over the north Pacific coast. Mostly fair elsewhere.  Degree Days  Gladys Yates. 2726 Twenty-seventh street SW; Michael Hepker, 2952 Prairie drive NF: Craig Beadle, 5411 Plainview drive NW; Jessie Chesmore, 1037 Center Point road NE; Robert Fitton, 2139 Lincolnshire drive SE; Scott Akers. 1023 Fourth street SE; Ronnie Hardman, 1321 L avenue NE; each fined ^30 and costs. Herbert Skarbek, 503 Spencer drive SW; Charles Martin, Hiawatha; Thomas Brown, 1920 First avenue NE each fined $25 and costs. Sandra Manley. Alburnett; Glenda Erie, 800 Sixth  Wednesday ................391 street SW; Ronald Gardner,  Thursday................. 44    935 West Ninth avenue,  Friday ....................39    Marion; Glenn Roemig, route  nue SE; David Dvorak, Fairfax; 8. Burial: Davenport Memorial,  park cemetery.  Malcom — Lloyd Kriegel,  57. Tuesday at IO at St. Patrick’s Catholic church, Brook- proached  Mid-East-  (Continued from Page I.) the  in the church at Monroe.  I „ ..    .     4     wne,    are live aaugniers.r"'*.  Besides servmg as a pastor  J)orothy Gabriel  cedar Rapids,- Ra P ids  J  and his  grandparents, he had been administrator of  Kvelyn Mi „ Roselle. III.  Mr and Mrs Clare Faas - Cedarj  burv,vln g ere her husband, to  I the Old Folks Home, a Method- louise Kitzmiller, Deerfield ist home in Lawrenceville, III., for a number of years and also had served as administrator of Wesley Acres, first Methodist home for retired persons in lbs Moines.  The Rev. Mr. Young also had held memberships in the Masonic lodge; Rotary, Lions and Ki-wanis clubs at various times and places, and the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce.  Rapids.    whom she was married Aug. 12,  Beach Fla Helen Rover Elgin Services: Chapel of Memories J 924, in (( ‘ d;ir  Rapids; a daugh-Riband Marjorie Veto, Kala at I p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. **> Ann Gardner. Cedar  rn azon, Mich; a son. Alfred i Gllbert  W. Gilgan, jr., of Grace ^,?' r ' H  a  *?"’    '     Jl ,'  Peter, Cedar Rapids; four Brethren church. Burial: Cedar 7" da  Rapids, and three grand-sisters, Bertha Coliet and Memorial. Friends may call at  c     .     w     .    .    .    .     9A   Blanche St. Lawrence, both of ^dar Memorial funeral home:. I t Des Plaines, Della Clayer, Du- 1  Monday and at the chapel after     th *    ‘     1     ^    u    Tm  buque, and Helen Frederick, of  a m - Tuesday The family sug- J^_? y J’j* ev ;  Lttle -Tennessee; 22 grandchildren J? ests that  friends may, if they, Bl ^5 f ? * d s  ?, en fit ry,  t  and three great-grandchildren, wish, donate to tho Muscular . * "f" ds  ™ ay c f U at the Jane '  Services- I tuterhurP-Oehlori Dystr °P hy fund  ^  casket  will  b f' Ku ^ a  ^ ra  ,  horT1e west  . r ices LdUt( rburg-0(nJ( r ;     Tuesdav     aRer 7  P- m - Monday and until 9  funeral home at Arlington  w clnsea     P m -    *uesoay.     nm   Arlington  Surviving are his wife, the - Heights, III., with time to be an  camp which  former Nel,ie Jane Mcyers ’  to  nounced later. Burial: Ridge- Clyde -jay Davis •*t&iSi"SbO«TT*.«00 Palestinian ^  h „ e    c< ' me,c 7'    ***     Plaines '    L     ayde     i^i^morial'fund    of    the    Ellis    Park  p m. Tuesday, and after ll a.m. Wednesday in the church. Friends may contribute to the  Saturday ..................3  Sunday .................. 41  Total to date ........... 1,565  Through Dec. I, 1973 .....1.208  Percent of normal year .. 23.5 Total normal year ..... 6,631  one, Cedar Rapids; Mary Schmidt 3522 Dunham drive SE; Martin Stockdale, 2109 Larry drive NE; Kevin Husman, 1017 Harold drive SE; Mark Bray, [Anamosa; James Mart, 604 * .ii i i    Greenfield street NE; Frank  Coralville Lake    Kosek, 2757 Iowa avenue SE;  Pool level Monday .... 683.36 1  Mary Pierce, 1017 B avenue I ,,L' {  NW; Gregory Kroul, Marengo; dirtns — ST. Luge s Gloria Campbell, 2450 Deborah Nov. 30 — To the families'drive SE; Michael Sherwood, of Gregory Evans. 901 Oldjl908 Higley avenue SE; Gary Marion road NE, a son; Greg- Jones, 1801 Eastern drive SW; ory Smith. HOI Thirty-eighth Everett Kruse, 2912 Sue lane street SE, a son; Edw ard Kraus, I NE; Michael Moore, Davenport; 4708 Wenig road NE, a son. Jeffrey Maas, Williamsburg;  Dec. I — To the families of Pat Clement, Hiawatha: Clif-Steven Carlev, Hiawatha, a ford Hendricks, 3840 Tooma-  Nevenhoven s in Brooklyn. :    '    1917,    in Johnsonville; three Turner chawl east was in Seventeenth street NF died Sun- ru u t a  a^ r  a T d \T m r y 9 D =o 9 :^ f Zu.e:    ‘    ° r    M 7     G !T C     I    day    after    a!    lon^Ulmss He was ‘  ven’s.    .    ! Cedar    Ra P lds -  Mrs - George 1 !      born    Jan.    ll,    1907, in Grinnell.  Vinton — Mary S. Wheeler,    Border    Incident    Troutt,    Charleston, W. Va., and Christian V Pearson He was a retired 46-year em-  Mrs. Harold Beetem, Engle-  Border Incident  Fr« W “u y , c'^ch 0  ZZ,  A ">"«  the !> - S ' an    3   bell’s. Memorial fund es- border incident between Kuwait tablished,    and Iraq posed a new threat to  Swisher — Mrs. Robert (Norma) Wheelock, 49.  Wednesday at I at Hoover-Valentine’s, Marengo, where friends may call after 5 Tuesday.  Monticello — Roy M. Berlin,  Goettsch’s, Monticello.  Springville _ George E. major    oil    producer like    Iraq *but  Freshwaters, 70. Wednesday at far    smaller    than    its    neighbor,  Arab unity. The Kuwaiti newspaper Al Rai AI Am said Sunday that Iraqi troops set up positions more than a mile inside Kuwait.  wood, Colo.; four sisters, Pansy Anthis, Violet Foraker and Goldie Pressnell, of Cisne, III., and Mrs. Archie Richison of Texas; a brother, Estil, Camp Verde, Ariz., and eight grandsons.  Services: IO a.m. Wednesday  The newspaper said Kuwait, a i* 1  Dc Seims chapel in Cisne,  111., by the Rev. B. M. Coatnen  daughter; Steve Brodie, 924 M street SW, a son; the Rev. Michael Last, 2600 J street SW, a son:    Stephen Bowman. 931  Belmont parkway NW, a daughter.  Births  may be forced to suspend financial aid to Egypt and Syria to face the reported Iraqi threat. Tunisian President Habib  Palestinians who  hijacked British airliner on Nov. 21 and surrendered in Tunis five days  ford Hendricks, 3840 Tomahawk trail SE; Laverne Christiansen, Center Point; Kevin Canney. 1923 Centrai drive SE; Marilyn Duncan, 926 Twenty-first street SE; Leslie Miller, 1255 Twentieth avenue • Mercy [SE; Carol Shramek, 1005 Maple  Nov. 30 _ Mr. and Mrs.  cou , rt SW; each fin<,d  * 20 and | io^o! K,', PatrickI. 2026 Eighteenth     M  ,  street SW, a daughter.     BarRer Hiawalha .  Dec. I — Mr. and Mrs. j  anf j costs.  Dennis    Ferreter,    4626    Twin    Failure to signal — Bruce  Pine drive NE, a son.    Brown, Walford; fined $15 and  Marriage L:censes    Overload    — David Engelstad,  Stephanie    Kartick    and    Jeff    5306 Locust road SW; fined  Cartano, Connie Barber and | $92.50 and costs.  William Short, Rebecca Short?.  mersburg. Visitation after I , . Right-of-way violation —I Tuesdav at Witt’s and Bernard Johnson. Mair Jo  Marv Fiala) 3308 Sue    M     _     p    KnoOD   Brasser and Bruce David, Carojj NW; fined 5 and costs     |     Tucsday    at    10:30 '     at lhc ’  Driver’s license violation — j Ripley United Church of Christ.  1:30 at the Murdoch chapel in Marion, where friends may call after I Tuesday. Burial at Elk Grove cemetery, Washington, follows cremation. Memorial fund established.  Lisbon — Sarah Franks Proctor, 34. Chapel Hill, N. C.  Memorial services pending.  Sigourney — Gertrude Lyons DeMarce, 60. Tuesday at IO,  Nimmers’, where friends may call between 7 and 9:30 p.m.  Monday.  Burr Oak — Edward J. banker who was among the pas-  Dinger, 78. Tuesday at 2, Moth- sengers  odist church. Steines’, Decorah.    T  Th  hijackers onnose the    Pal-  Weilman —    William    R.    Grif- *. ne n, J acK< ^ s  oppose me    rai  fiths, 60. Tuesday at 2, Mosher j cstine Liberation Organization,  and the PLO demanded    that  they be turned over to it or to the Egyptian government    for  trial. But Bourguiba told the Lebanese paper:  “I think the best solution is to keep them here in Tunisia. Besides we promised them not to put them on trial. They trust us and we have to keep that promise.  “We promised them that we would hand them over to the  Christian V. Pearson, 67, ofi ploye of Penick and Ford Co.  Milo W. Besta  Milo W. Besta. 58, of 540 Forest drive SE, died early Sunday after a short illness. He was  1210 Fifteenth street SW, died:He was a member of the YMCA Monday following a sudden    Health club.  illness. Born April 27, 1907, in    Surviving    are his wife,    the    born in    Cedar Rapids    May 2,  Graysville, Mo., he had been a    former Margaret Nedbal, to    1816, and was    a lifelong resi-  resident of Cedar Rapids for one 1     whom he was married Dec. 12,    dent. He was a    retired employe  year.    11828. in Rock Island; two daugh- of Wilson and Co., and had been  He was married to Erma Mill-;ters,  Mrs - °liver Bonesteel,(employed at Mercy hospital at er Oct. 3, 1929, in Bloomfield.    [Racine, Wis., and    Mrs. Dale    [the time    of his death.  He was a member of the Mason    Hedgecoth,    Cedar    Rapids;    a    He was a member    of    the All  of    Centralia,    111.    Friends    may    ic lodge in Hartford. Mo.,    son, James E. Davis, Marion;    Saints Catholic    church, a veter-  call    at    Turner chapel    west    until    Order of Eastern Star, Hartford.     six  grandchildren; a sister,    an of World    war II and a  9 p.m. Monday.  Watergate—  and had been a judge in Put- Mrs. Charles McGinty; and two | nam county, Mo., for 12 years, brothers, Will C. Davis and Surviving besides his wife are Prank D. Davis, both of Cedar  1  two sons, Willard of Blue Grass, Rapids. and James L., Cedar Rapids;! Services: Tuesday at 1:30  Bourguiba told the Lebanese!  newspaper    Al    Anwar    that    he) (Continued from    Page    I.)  would continue    to    hold    the four I. • . • •• ,    ,___^Jfour    brothers,    Darwin. Union-lpm.    in    the    Kuba funeral home  —- a! n L  hl< *„ L  lndlCl * d  1     ^ rl | 1Ch ™ an ,  an f j Ville.    Mo., Gad. Livonia,    Mo.,    east    by    the    Rev. Floyd    J. Con-    Mrs.    Waller    nolle   d  sn.*    I    Leland, Queen    City, Mo.,    and    roy,    of    Knox United    Presby-    Mrs.    Willard Hruby,  funeral home, Melcher; burial  at Melcher.  Cascade — Charles P.  Rogers, 84. Wednesday at  ■St. Martin’s church.  - i Friends may call after 7 p.m.  .. j IL-"Monday at Devaney’s. tined $151  Wegt Liberty  _  Dr John E   Kimball, 88. Private services at Oak Ridge cemetery following cremation. Snider’s.  Elkader — Theodore W. Bur-rack, 60. Wednesday at 11 at St. John’s Lutheran church. Far  ads named Nixon as an unin-later after murdering a Germania «*»Hspirator, Prates  “Certainly Mr. Ehrlichman should be allowed the opportunity to establish that he was not guilty of any violation of the laws of (he United {States by using the testimony of this key  Dvorak and Billy McMurrin. all i  Neal, Blue Spring. Mo.; IO grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren.  Services will be held in Unionville at a time to be determined by the Rev. Roger Goodson of Edgewood Baptist church in Cedar Rapids. Turner chapel  member of the Western Fraternal Life Assn.  Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Ellen Hensing, to whom he was married May 26, 1947, at Vinton; four daughters, Dolley, Vinton, Ruth Ann  terian church. Burial: Cedar Besta, and Barbara Besta, all of Memorial. Friends may call at Cedar Rapids; a son, Gary L., the Kuba funeral home east af- Cedar Rapids; his father, Willer 5 p.m. Monday. Friends Ham Besta, Cedar Rapids; and may, if they wish, contribute to a sister, Mrs. Lester Galey, Cy-the Cancer Society.    press, Calif.   -Services:    IO    a.m.    Wednesday  Mary A. Hruby i> n  AH Saints Catholic church by  the Rev. Edmund L. Becker.  and central witness.”    .    west    was    in    charge    of    local    ar-     Mary    A    Hruby    m    of 1633   ,  F , rat “ , alsa said lhal  Nixon, ,an * , ' m,,n  ■'_ tConter street NE. died Sunday     mav    at    K ‘ ba   kept Ehrlichman rn the dark _ .    .    .       after    a    short    illness.  about the former President’s  a1 home east after 7 p.m. Mon-  auuui „,v ,u.,„c, n^uc,,,,, Richard L. Clyde    She w* bom Reb 21.    !885. i n  ;dav  wake services-    Tuesdav    at  knowledge of the Watergate!    Richard Leslie Clyde, 51,    of    West Branch and lived    in the  7  ^  atKuba * s  ’     y   cover-up from June 23. 1972.11121 Sixteenth avenue SW. died    [West Branch and Solon    vicini-j  F '    _  until April 30. 1973. when Ehr- Sunday after a short illness. He'ties for several years. She had    _ .  r ,  lichman and former Whitens born in Alexandria Bayjlived in Cedar Rapids the last:    ™ rs -     tdrl .,  ,,e  f  r |’ y   House aide II. R. HaldemanIN. y., Sept. 23. 1923. He wasi 0 ^ years. She was a member’    -«a v "  resigned their White House jobs, [employed as building superin-  of  St- Mary’s church and the    Monday    follow-  Pin „niv wilh thoir    ni     AR er completing the discus- tenders for Skogman-Ralston ‘Altar and Rosary society at  ,n £ a sUdden ldn€S f .  PLX) only with their consent. It j s j on abou ^ Nfj xont  Sirica called’co.    1 Solon.    j    B 001     May    f, IM, in LW*  .    _    ..    _ v  ...... ■ ......  I    mpiirv    umit-u vnuitii ut G.utat.i 1 '' a human problem :ind not a  in tbp  j ury and  Haldeman re-    Mr Clyde was a veteran    of    Surviving are three    daugh-  ba ^ h - Germany, she hadliveti    in  Ce<^r RaDi^ aiS° r Th<*cKjoreI M* chap l Shcrw®®^* 1908 Hig!cy Burial: Buckingham cemetery. Problem of sanctions They will     testimony in his  own World war I He was a member ters, Elizabeth Murphy and  Cedar    sm <* 1808, com-  _  Bl , rtha  spidle ^ Um changes 1  " 3     He    wa S     scheduled to    Skriver. Cedar' Rapids.k bere Attaste w«  VrxlHo-/ ariH r»<vnnic Hancpl lint h ;    „. _____i xrx.-. /____I etn i I . _ ^ Blan    I    p _ * j 11011 tliangtS.    I    linHprOrt prnccjivaminatinn latnr ..i u    and    Bl 3HC h€ Stout, West ®®ntefl to Earl Cherry Sept. IO,  nr a  a ^ ^n-!  Poi . nt r ° ad NE: finCd 510 and |88. Tuesday at 2 at Chapman’s of Hills. There, a a ..I,     { costs.     in  Clarence where friends may  dependence, and Leroy W‘cscr Disturbme the peace — Ken-  call  between 6:30 and 8:30 Winthrop. Joyce Schumacher  neth  Wirling. Alburnett; fined Monday .Burial; Clarence errand Jeff Finger, both of $25 and costs.     1   Marengo. Cindi McCarter. Meter violation — Thomas Cedar Rapids, and Roger Roh-|coe. Dubuque; fined $35 and  costs.  Improper turn — Merle Hart,  Morley; fined $15 and costs.  Failure  wedder, Central City.  Marriages Dissolved  Billie R. and Jeannette S. Moody. Reva C. and Wayne A. Kinney. Shirlee A. and Robert C. Weed. Kathleen A. and Robert J. Scroggins. Jacquelyn  to transfer title  changes.’  Ford—  etery.    (Continued    from    Page    I.)  Tama — F. A. (Ole) Prusha,!  86. Wednesday at IO at St. those changes might bo, he said.  undergo cross-examination later church in the day  Coal—  (Continued from Page I.)  Patrick’s Catholic church. Rosary Tuesday at 7:30 at Mason-Hand’s.  Tama — Mrs. Jessup Lasley,  I just do not see the need for ^ be vo ^ e was  199.92 against ac  wage and price controls.”  On energy, the President said he wanted to see if his administration’s voluntary program of reducing consumption by I million barrels a day is workable.  Kenneth Wells, 281 Twenty-152. Graveside .service Monday seventh avenue SW: fined $15 at I at the Morgan cemetery on and costs.    the Mesquakie Indian settle-  One-w ay street violation —I ment. Mason-Hand’s.  Joyce and Randall Jess Gon- chris Heinen, 4009 Oakland Tipton—Forrest ll. Ford, 80.  zalez. Celine M. and John R. jroad NE; Kathy Johnson, 117 Tuesday at 10:30 at Dye’s I lf it is not, he said. he would Vossen. Anne and Michael First avenue SW; each fined, w'here friends may call afterL nnt     tn    implement’’  Langer. Mavis N. and Donald K. U15  and costs .    I    2:30    Monday.     1     not hesitate to implement  Met allister Wanda L. aud Dan- I Traffic signal violation — Tipton — Bernard Kotz, 68. mandatory allocation program, iel Campbell. Katharine D. and Daniel Butterfield 4316, Tuesday at IO at St. Mary’s Henry M. Nicholson. Joyce R. Center Point road NE; fined where visitation will be held and Jackie R. Smith. Yvonne $ 3o and costs  Sharon Burk, from 3:30 to 9 and Rosary Marie and Harvey James Good - J p a j 0 ; Gregory Bulicek, 108 recited at 8 Monday. Sheets and  enough.  o r d o n  Coonrod.  Annulments  and Beverley  M.  Twenty-first street SW; Jeffrey Sons  j Rosinson, route one. Cedars Worthington — Dora Kotz,I j Rapids;    Roger    Sissel, 1606 [    77. Wednesday at 10:30 at St.  I Thirtieth    street    NW; Vincent    Paul’s Catholic church. Rosary!  [Brecht, 1040 Nineteenth street 7:30 Tuesday at McBride’s, SE; Archie Buckley, 1638 Bi Dyersville.  [avenue NE; Ted TIU sty, 2125    Worthington — William F.  5:30    p m.    Saturday.    Stove    to Mallory    street    SW; William    Back, 77. Wednesday at 9 at  rag rug.    1432 Ninth street    NW    Barlow,    1304    First avenue    McBride’s, Dyersville, where  NW; Sean Cullivan, 1708 Park    friends may call after 3 Tues-  Fi  ires  But asked about a gasoline tax, he said, “I don’t foresee that as a possibility.” He added that such a tax would meet “vigorous opposition” on Capitol Hill.  In fact, Ford said, much of the problem in dealing with the energy shortage is congres-  Surviving are his wife, the [Branch:    three sore. Joseph j    in Vinton,  former    Patricia    Murray.    tolCihla and    John Hruby, Cedar    Surviving are her    husband,  whom he was married in Cedar I Rapids, and Kenneth Hruby. Earl, a daughter, Mr*. Sidney Rapids, Feb. 7. 1942; a son, Shellsburg; 24 grandchildren. 45 Peterson, Cedar Rapids; and a James ’ M., Oskaloosa; three!great-grandchildren and five am, Arnold K. t  Peoria;  a  sister,  sisters, Rubey Bacon, Philadel- igreat-great-grandchildren.     May ;. ll . AtW ?L    , tw0   phia N Y Mrs Art Bacon Services: 9:30 a m. Wednes-h r o t h e r s, William Scnueler,  Other results in favor of ac- Philadelphia.' N. Y„ and Leona day in Brosh funeral home in ^s- and ^ r *^AueleG  Clyde, of Theresa, N. Y.; and a Solon and IO a m. in St. Mary s  van  Horne, tour grancicmiaren brother Virgil, Cedar Rapids. !church by the Rev. J. J. hath. and eight great^grandchUdien.  Services:    10:30    am.    Tuesday [Burial: St.    Joseph’s cemetery.    Services: 1:30 p.m.    Wednes-  in St. Ludmila s Catholic churchilowa City. Father Fath will re-'day at Turner chapel west by by the Rev. Robert W Cizek. cite the Rosary at 8 p m Tues- the Rev. Charles R. Mehaffey. Burial:    St. John s cemetery, day at the funeral home, where B u r i a I:    Cedar Memorial.  Friends may call at the Janeba-1 friends may call after noon Friends may call at Turner Kuba funeral home west after 5 Tuesday.    chapel west.  p.m. Monday. Rosary: Janeba-    -  Mrs. Gerald Harrington    Mrs. Myer    Avedovecn  Rosalyn    Harrington, 73, of    Ruth Avedovech, 91,    wife of  1929 Park avenue SE. widow of Myer Avedovech. a    former  ceptance.  ceptance were a 67-52 vote at Republic Steel's Banning mine near Pittsburgh and 117-38 at Consolidation Coal’s Renton mine, also in the Pittsburgh area.  Miller predicted acceptance by 60 percent or more of the  vote.  “I believe it s the best agree- Kuba funeral home west 7 p m ment that anyone ever negotiat- Monday, ed,” said Miller.    -  10:27 p.m. Saturday. Rcsusci- •    _    -■  ----- ,    -      -    ----    anu iuniirr r res mr m auwn However, mere are some /%ni«iu. luroia 1.    1    iu nuf ,    .    ”    "...    ...     an <i u-ic ..  mnm ki»r  A f i»ni  tator rail. 2119 Richard drive avenue SE; Gary Thomson, day    have submitted    eomnlaints    from    miners    that the chapel east at lO^O a.nv^ Tue»- empJoye of St^^Luke $ hospital^ ™  was  * "J* 1of thc   NE.    Martelle;    James    Bova,    149 Edge- MI. \ernon — Jay LeRoy  ndv e suommea.     s complaints trom miners thai the    Philin    E    She was married tn Gerald F tartan church and the Cedar  wood road NW; J eau inc Fred-[Heady, 36. Wednesday at 2 at j “The scorecard is really (contract lacked local right-to-i  Fu . nlH> .- on  Burial-’ Pedal- Me- ii.,—ru.i  charter of the Order of the East-  4:20 a m. Sunday. Cigaret to mattress. 524 Fourth street SW’.  crick, 1317 Oakland road NE; the Baxter chapel. Harold Nost. Iowa City; Cherry Independence  ..........            _    Frederick     minor     league on passing  2:36 pm. Sunday. Defective Cumming?, 814 L street SW: D. Westemeier, 73. Wednesday I related to energy, he said.  light twitch, 324 Eleventh street Michael Wickman, 1815 K at 1:30 at Hope Wesleyan;    - .........—    —  SW.    I    Bvenn» NE: Bruce Heitshusen, church. White’s. Memorial fund  street    SW;    established.  Iavennc  7:19 pm. Sunday. DcfccUve  2 033 Chandler furnace. IOU Ninth street NW j  Rickie  Robertson, 65 Fleet-10:39 pm. Sunday. Nuisance  wood road NW;  joseph Parker,’ call, Iwenty-ninth street and mo Northview drive, Marion;: Outlook drive SW.    I Earl DuFoe, 1018 Thirty-sixth:  street SE; each fined $15 and Magistrate s Court  costs J()hn Albcrt  127 Thirty-J  Speeding — Aloysiou: first street NW; fined $10 and Hoeger, Hopkington: John Par- costs.  sons, route two, Cedar Rapids; Faulty equipment Daniel: Michael Wardenburg, WU-1 Butterfield. 4316 Center Point I ltamsburg; James Nowadky, road NE; fined $20 and costs.' 3324 Sue Lane NW; Terry Karl Hackett. Shellsburg; Stev-Kooprnan, Newhall; Randy J en Jensen, 1324 Wilson ave-Spears, Hedrick; Richmond'nue SW. two charges; Dt»nald Spaw, 1804 Park avenue SE;    Daake,    2951 Sixth street    NE;  Steve Tamayo, 367 Seventh    Ronald    Blong,    Iowa City; eacli  avenue SW; Richard Fisk, 9I0ifined $10 and costs.  Maplewood drive NE; Terry Improper passing —Godfrey Dague, 1311 Nineteenth ave- 1 Matus, 1857 Wilson avenue SW; nue SE; Rebecca Cook, SIO fined $15 and costs.  Seventeenth street NE; Harry I    ,    n il  Phillips, 3017 Ridgemore drive    Iowa    Usa ins  SE; James Grabe, route two' Tipton Leonard K. Hayes, Cedar Rapids; John Pothoven,! 84. Tuesday at 1:30 ut Sheets 323 Fleetwood drive SW; Ed- and Sons, ’where friends may ward Matus, jr., 211 Park ave- call. Masonic service Monday at  Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers  Ambulance..........366-7654  F B I .......... 402/348-1210  Fne .................398-5343  Highway Patrol  364-5171  After Hours ......363-5629  Police .............. 398 5353  Sheriff ............ 398-3521  Medical Society 365-2527  (W you Kovo no pKy»*cton)  Foundation ll . ..362-2174  (Critit Koip, I p m midnight)  Information, Referral 398-3955  (To Worn who con ho Ip)  (Clip and carry in your billfold)  Miller and other L’MW leaders!    Memorial    Services Gerald E. Harrington, died Sun- Cedar Rapids resident, died    Fri-  spent the weekend in coal fields)    Davis, Frances    R. — Tuesdayj day  following a short    illness.    day in    a    Portland,    Ore.,    hospital  urging miners to approve the »    tt^t.    Bom    Feb. 22. 1901, in Cas-^-following a sudden illness.  three^ear contract. They said it    jg,™ M t  V     c a ^.    r r ?end"'cade. she had lived in Cedar    She was born March IO. 1882.  ...    .... Provides a 64 percent increase     may cad al     stewart    funeral    RaDids for the last 20 vears     in  Minneapolis, Minn. She lived  „ional inaction on    bills    both he,in economic benefits.    home.    Mr? Harldniton was a retired    Cedar Rapids for 20 years.  and former President Nixon However, there are some Arnold. Harold (\ Turner  Mrs ; Harrington was a i< tired ^    ^     ^    r„i  Roy I have submitted.    [complaints    from    miners    that thc i ^ ha . po L  east at a _  really contract lacked local    right-to-     Ew  y  olds J n . BurialT* Ced^^'    in IS iiTlxSiwe     ,cha Fti  bills J strike protection and    failed to LorUl. Friends    may call at| H ^”" in     em St  sufficiently improve pensions. | Turner chapel east until IO a.m.     K     ,    t    L    Survivors    include    h<*r    hus-  The union planned to finish Tuesday. The casket will not be [Mrs. Larry C. Aspleaf, with. Sjmww J* Me tar bu  fftnntino vntfl* hv infix TiicxcHau °P° ned after the  service.    whom    she made her home; two  Daw L  a     Mrs.    Lari  counting vote'; bv late    Tuesdav    R aws on, llugh    C. — Turner ^rvc R ober t J and    Gerald A    Bach,    Portland;    two    sons,    Hiland Predicted miners could re-1 chape! west at noon Tuesday by|,  h ’ 7  d ;  J  “    ^’    liam and Richard, both of Port-  turn to work later this week lf|Pastor Siegfried Rocske. ^  L f da [     u     .*f    i and .  nino cr andehildren and 14  the agreement is approved. i  R M rial . : s Phng Grove cemetery. Mrs. M. B. Shea, Cedar Rapids, I* ^ramSukken    *  I Friends may call at Turner [two brothers, Wilfred and Mi- Sr^at-graiKlCTiUdren.  ut »i More than I OOO offers to buy     west ‘    »     chae ^    both    of    Portland,    Services    wil  who already wear barber-style ,,    , "    .    .    Niffencgger,    Roy — Turner  0     the  nnH «nnr»ip from hart* J S' 11 ’  rent »  h,re -  0F servlce dai,y  chapel east at 130 p.m. Tues-  and 14  grandchildren.  Says Hair Linked To Tooth Loss  NEW YORK (AP) - Dentists,  coats and operate from barber-style chairs, soon will bt* cutting hair to find out why some patients lose their teeth Dr. Hal Huggins, a Colorado dental surgeon, told thc fif-jtieth annual Greater New York Dental Meeting Sunday that dentists of the future will check patients' hair and blood samples to determine susceptibility to gum discase and tooth decay.  in the want ads!  First  be Saturday at Unitarian church,  Senior Citizen Buses  Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244  Area Ten (SEATS)  In Cedar Rapids 398-5605  Elsew here 800-332*5934  [day by Dr. Arnold Herbst Services:    Wednesday at ^Portland  [Burial: Sharon Hill cemetery, a.m. at Immaculate Conception) j Kalona. Friends may call  Turner chapel east.   at  church by the Rev. William P l _____ Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary.  IO YEARS AGO - Bobby £ ather l f onard wil1   0  rccite the  Baker, former secretary of the  Rosary  Tuesday at 8 p.nv at;  senate Democratic majority, re- f ewart funera  , il ome ; ^ re  fused to turn over subpoenaed ., riei ^ s may  Tuesday from documents to senators inves-i P nl * ligating an alleged political [payoff from a government contract.  WREATHS GRAVE MOUNDS GRAVE BLANKETS  Peck's Green Thumb  SOOt Cantor Point RU. N.K.  * 4    Flowers Belong  PIERSON’S  "Xw     FL0WER SH0P   $ ^* 1 800 illit Blvd. NW  FL0WERPH0NE 366-1826  Send a bit of cheer with a bouquet  from...  4 Seasons  3171 Mi VirtN ll  Honor  Shoe  HI ills  JOHN K. I.AI'ES  Convemonl Downtown location  308 3rd Ave. SE    365-0511  z  <  %  o  when words aren’t enough send sympathy with flowers  FLORIST and GIFT SHOP  364-8139  PHONE ANSWERED 24 HOURS EVERY DAY.  John B. Turner & Son  Mineral Directors  Serving all faiths since 1888.  Itll I HTS I UIS! HOO S<.‘(OI Kl AV(\SI  Un I hts Wist IJJ I I’irst AW.NM-st   

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