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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Daily Record The Weather Extended Forecast Chance of rain or snow Thursdajf night or Friday. Warmer Thursday, turning colder Friday and Sat- urday. Highs in 30s and 40s, Thursday and Friday to the 30s by Saturday. Lows In the 20s. imlon C. R. Weafher High Monday..................40 Low overnight 12 Noon Tuesday............... .21 2'p.iri.........................19 Precipitation..............None Total for December........None Normal for December i......1.43 Normal through Dec......33.18 Total for. 1974..............45.53 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at 2p.m. NW.at4mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 52; low, 36; rainfall, 0.82. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather HI-Lo Bismarck .......PtCldy 37-16 Chicago............Fair 40-29 Cincinnati ........Fair 43-26 Clevelana ......PtCldy 35-25 Des Moihes ..C PtCldy 36-23 Detroit ............Fair ,37-23 Indianapolis........Fair 42-25 Kansas City Fair 47-34 Milwaukee .....PtCldy 39-27 Mpls.-St. Paul ..PtCldy 35-22 Omaha Fair 41-J9 St. Louis .........Fair 43-32 Sioux Falls ........Fair 42-23 Degree Days Monday ...................4 Total to Through Dec. 2, Percent of normal year 24.2 Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages In brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.6, no change Lansing (18) 7.8, no change Dam 9 (18) 12.5, fall .2 McGregor (18) 6.7, no change Guttenberg (15) 3.9, fall .2 Dubuque (17) 7.2, rise .1 Davenport (15) 4.5, fall .4 Keokuk (16) 2.5, no change Richard D. Hanson Richard Daltj Hanson, 51, former Cedar Hapids resident died Monday in Dallas, Texas, seph Emerson Godfrey, dice Cedar at no change. C. R. (13) 3.32, Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday......683.32 Births St. Luke's Dee. 2 To the'families 'of Kenneth Brown, Mt. Vernon, a son; William Schacfer, Jesup, n daughter; Gary Schuldt, 616 Twenty-sixth street NW, a daughter; Stewart Clha, 1122 Twenty-third street NE, a daughter; David Wilson, 931 Old Marion road NE, a daugh- ter; Robert Ernst, 1517 Third avenue SE, a daughter; John Hoffman, 4950 Gordon avenue NW, a son; Donald Skala, rural route 2, Cedar Rapids, a son. Out-of-Town Births At Ramstein AFB, Germany Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas' D. Haiuklns, a daughter Nov. 28. Hauskins' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Hauskins 1347 Twelfth street, Marion. At Hamilton Parish, Ber- muda PN2 and Mrs. Kent Wclske, a daughter Nov. 30 Paternal grandparents are Mr. t i J A HOW i 3 AM' i al.'j Ram ,s expected Tuesday mght over most of the Pacific coast srates and eastward into the western sopes of tho Rockies. 'Snow is expected over the lower Lakes re-gion. Mostly fair elsewhere. 81. Assets: with all claimed as exempt. Patricia Jo Blozvich, Steve Grimm, i5 Washington avenue SE; Co Henderson, 724 Valley cemetery Parish Rosary Tuesday at 7 at Dono-hue's. Bowling street SW. Debts Assets: with all claimed as drive SE; -Barry Robert Mt. Vernon; Russell Mund 1195 Sixth avenue, James O. Austin, 67. Thursday at at Goettsch's. Christina Jennings, Keister, 115 Hapids City Mrs Arthur B e v e r avenue SE. SW; Dennis Covinton, Lehman, 66. Wednes- Assets: drive, Marion; at 2 at Donohue's. Burial- claimed as Lindley, Oxford; Gardens. Visitation Ronald and Suzanne Iowa City; 5 Tuesday. 380 Grand avenue, Marion. 2535 Anna Ginlz, 91. listed debts of drive SE; Jbnnie at 10 at St. John's assets of with .Fifth avenue SE; church, Luana. Visi- claimed as exempt. She listed debts of and assets 2412 Eighteenth stre SW; Ralph Cames, after 2 Wednesday at Schultz'. with claimed fined and Darwin Brown, license violation Wednesday at at Magistrate's Bach, 1715 Sixth ave nue SE; fined and where friends may call alter 2 Tuesday. Speeding: Robert. Carver, 1402 A Atkinson Hybl, Rockford, 111.; fined Ralph Kane, 5651 Wednesday at 2 'at Trinity costs. Robert Middleton, SW; Douglas King, church at Calmar Twenty-second avenue each fined and after 7 Tuesday at fined and costs. John to use signal terman, Parkville, Minn.; Pamela. Hood, 908 .Sixteenth Schatzc, route three, Mai ion; fined and -_ David Timm, 9, and William Dawson, 5. nue SE; -Leonard Hughes, on at 2 at Guernsey two, Marion; Francis Reid Sokol, Methodist church. Manchester; Bradley fined and IOOF cemetery, Victor. Alburnett; Steve Grimm, Intoxication Steve Brooklyn. Washington avenue SE; 2214 J street SW; fined Vernon Jay Leroy ?oss, Rosemount, Minn.; John Candler, 713 Eighth costs. Faulty equipment 36. Wednesday at 2 at Baxter chapel. SB; James Hogsdon, 785 Toddville; Francis Edwin. Frese, 97, view drive, Marion; 111.; Matthew at at the- First Kloos, 1135 Clifton street three, Cedar e h u r c h. Masonic Joe Brewstef, Hiawatha; Fritz, Springville; Wednesday at 8 at the losse Jones, 5355 Holly 1610 E avenue chapel where visitation NW; James Weber, Stieger, 1740 "B begin 9 a.m. Wednesday Twenty-fourth street, Cindy, Zerbee, 716 E L. Gay's. NW; Patrick McMickle. voiuit, io .juiia rtnn cuive NW; Kerry Tuetken, 620 Forty-eighth street NE; Robert Slon, 2640 Second avenue, Marion; Beverly Mitchell, street NE; Clay ton Putman, 433 Lewelle drive NW; Daniel Robusch, 6 Third street SW; each lined (Continued from Page 1.) Higley. avenue SE; Alvin Mc-Keag, 966 .Eleventh street, Marion; Jeffrey Casey, Enter through highway Sherry Slaymukcr, 385 of their investments, except for those of Nelson Rockc- Thirteenth avenue street SE; fined Spier, 317 Jacolyn drive- NW; Rickey CowRer, 604 Third- Meter violation Witness nue SE; Steven Malloy, 2432 Tenth avenue SW; W i 1 11 a m 81G Ninth street 520 Fifteenth stre SE; fined and costs. lUjrht-of-way violation committee also has called a surprise witness on wiretap- Donald Beltz, 309 B avenue Pntrlr-rn Lauer, 1323 Ellis boul evard NW; Leroy Morris. iTlic 'witness A and Mrs. Herbert Weiske of 1246 Center street NE. At Rapid City, S.D. Lt. and Mrs. Wayne Dcbban, a son Nov. 28. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deb- ban of 3524 Northwood drive NE. Maternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Delanccy of Coggon. Marricge Licenses Lucille Huber and Robert Stezak, Janet Hedrick and Thomas Hise, Janie Palmer and Roger Lines, Ann McAty and Loren McQuerry, Bonnie Ang- lin arid Kenneth Heck, all of Cedar Rapids. Nancy Chalmers, Cedar Rapids, and James Wolfe, Marion. Laurie Main, Hiawatha, and' Larry Binge, jr., Cedar Rapids. Goldie Leon, Washington, and Charles Swift, Ainsworth. e Rres a.m. Monday. Assist ambulance at 1210 Fifteenth street SW. a.m. Monday. Malfnno tion of alarm at 701 Tenth street SE. p.m. Monday. Assls- Rock, Ark.; Jeff 305 Nassau street SE; Michael Hauskins, 1545 Second avenue SE; Marta Speer, 315 Hanover road SE; Gary Youne, 4400 Sherman street NE: Paul Cavros, 1724 Bever avenue SE; Leonard Rltzman, Olin; Robert Pizel, 824 Oakland each fined 'and costs. James Beachler, 2408 Bowling street SW; Robert Caldwell, 1017 Thirty-third 'street. SE; Richard Musel, 404 Twenty- fifth street SE: Kathleen Engle, Hiawatha; Wayne Bidcrman. Mt. Vernon; each fined S25 and costs. Dennis' Fridricks, Vernon; Robert McCue, Mt. 130 tnnce call at 3810 F avenue NW. p.m. Monday. Matches to paper at 102G A avenue NE. p.m. Monday. Defective gas slovo at 408 Tenth street SE. for Bankruptcy Margaret J. Moyflcld, Charles City, formerly doing business as The Pot Center and as JMS, Ine. Debts: Assets: with claimed as exempt. Mabel Louise Calhoon, West Branch, doing business as State- side Restaurant. Debts: Dawlev street NE; Lester Pool, De Witt; Lonnie Nagerman, Toddville: Allan Christopher- son, 905 Keycs court. Marion; Mark Oaylor, 4540 F .avenue NW; Stanley Loeschen, 115 Twcntv-ninth street NW; Pa- tricia Schicl, .2270 First avenue, Marion; Donna Kaltenbnch! 210 Thirty-first street NW; Dora Rodriciuez. 36? Seventh av.e- nue SW; 3417 Center Point road NE; John Schminkey, 723 Ely avenue SW; Lamarr Lucken, Iowa City; Jack Dingle. 1649 Thirty- second street NE; Barbara Davis, 2027 H-avenue NE; Mary Potnitz, 127 Soiithview drive, Marion; Constance Donner, 3000 J street SW; Lfnda Rolfe, 634 Twenty-eighth street court SE; Robert Schulte, 1726 Third avenue SE; Walter Va- lenta, route two, Marion; Larrv LeVelle. 1224 Vernon View drive SE; Melvin Whitt. 119 Fourteenth street NW; William Bash. 1715 Sixth avenue SE: Dwight Witt, 828 Tenth street SW: Lois Vertz. 409 F avenue NW; Donald Bnrtlett, route three, Marion; Phillip Cook, 360 Twelfth street, Marion; Randall Slultcr. Fairfax; Bar- bara Home, 3007 J street SW; caeh fined and costs. Improper registration Ronald Wagner, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Improper passing John Boesch, 1615 Park Towno court NE; fined and costs. Iniprnnr-r hacking Patrick Hess, Washington; fined and costs. Strililnsr unattended vehicle Steven Hamilton, 2214 J street SW; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Oougln.i Lanrtnyt, 1820 I street SW; fined and costs. Lee Myers, 3225 Fourth avenue, For 61 years flowers for all John E. Lapes vllle; each fined and cost.1 Improper turn Gary Mill er, Calmar; fined and costs One-way-street violation Rodney Smith, 826 N stree SW; fined and costs. Obstruct crossing Rock Is land railroad; fined an costs. Reckless driving: Lero Morris, Toddville; fined and costs. Robert Newmlre routo two, Cedar Rapids; fine: and costs. Vehicle control violation Michael Kriz, 'route two, Cedar Rapids; fined and costs. Accident, damairc to vchiclr Steven Hamilton, 2214 street SW; fined and costs. Dojrs without a license James Holland, 2060 Sylvia av- enue NE; fined and costs. Permit Sags la run at larpc James Sylvia avenue NE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths CogRon Leslie J. Hender- son, 85, Thursday at 11" at Zion Presbyterian church. Visitation at the Murdoch chapel in Cog- Son after 2 Wednesday where Masonic service will be held al 8. Casket will not be openec after the service. Memorial fund established. Elkadcr Clark B. Hyde, 66, Wednesday at at the Peace United-Church of Christ. Visitation after 2 Tuesday at Witt's where Masonic service will be 'held at 8 Tuesday. Burial: Garnavillo cemetery. Oran Mrs. John Buenzow, 76. Thursday at 2 at St. Peter Lutheran church. Visitation Tuesday from l" to at Burnham and Wood's, West Union, and Wednesday from 1- at Hintz', Oelwein. Hayesville Margaret Wit- kening. Reynolds', Sigourney. Winlhrop Leona Spitz, 85. Thursday at 10 at St. Patrick's Catholic church.Rosary Wednesday at 8 at Fawcett's where friends may call after 3 Wednesday. Iowa City.. Michael H. Fitzpatrick, 75. Funeral mass Wednesday at at St. Wcn- ccslaus Catholic church. Burial: Send Somefhing Special from Peck's Flowers 5008 Center Pf. Rd. NE following a six-month Illness. He was born Feb. 1, 1923, in Fort Dodge. An employe of Col- lins Hadio, he had lived in Cedar Rapids for several years before moving to Dallas recent- ly. Survivors include his wife, Si- bylle; two sons, Marc of Cedar Rapids and Tighe of Iowa City; three daughters, Kyle of Par- kersburg, Lynn and Joan, both of Del Mar, Calif.; two brothers, Harold of Chicago and Chester of Albuquerque; three sisters, Mrs. H. B. Pilcher, Mrs. V. A. Noble.and Mrs. A. A. Gerken, allW Fort Dodge; and a former wife, Margaret. Services; 10 a.m. Thursday at R e s 11 a n d Memorial chapel, Dallas. A memorial service will be held in Cedar Rapids Satur- day. Friends 'are asked to contrib- ute to the American Cancer So- ciety. Monday following a sudden illness. She was a lifelong Cedar Rapids resident. She was born Dec. 28, 1890, in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Godfrey was a, member of Cedar Chris- tian church; a 50-year member of Cedar Chapter OES; Rock Island Woman's club; and the Hail road Retirement club. There are no immediate sur- vivors. Services: Turner chapel east Johnson County Youth Director Gets Linn Post William P. McCarty, Johnson county youth services, coordina- tor, has been named director of youth facilities in Linn county. Linn supervisors approved employment of McCarty to the newly created post Tuesday. He will assume Ms new job Jan. 6 with an annual salary of His major responsibilities will be to develop and administer youth programs for shelter care and detention under the direc- ;ion of -the administrator of the county social services depart- ment and the chief juvenile pro- bation officer. Before going to Johnson county, McCarty worked foul- years with dlsadvantaged ado- escents in Des Moines and as a juvenile youth counselor for the Iowa department of social ser- vices. He received his BA in sociolo- gy at the University of Iowa in 1970. He is a member of the Iowa area executive committee of the American Friends Ser- vice Committee and1 the low welfare association. He is married and lives a route two, Iowa City. Read the Want Ads Mrs. Joseph Godfrey Nellie E. Godfrey, 83, of 310 Fifth avenue SE, widow of Jo locations. The meters, owned by the city traffic engineering department were taken from the 400 block o Sixth and Seventh streets SE and the 509 of Seventh street SE. at 3 p.m. Wednesday by the Neville G. Clayton and 3edar. Chapter OES. Burial: Jedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner chapel east until Wednesday. The casket will riot be opened after the service. Memorial Services Faas, Paul W. Services were conducted at 1 p.m. Tues- day at Chapel of Memories by he Rev. Gilbert Gilgan, r., of Grace Brethren church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Ar- rangements by Cedar Memorial mineral home. Besta, Milo W. 10 a.m. Wednesday at. All Saints Cath- olic church by the Rev. Ed- mund L. Burial: St. Tohn's. Wake services: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Kuba funeral home ist. Kriz, Mrs. Lumir Wednes- day at p.m. in Ellis Park Church of God by the Rev. John jittle. Burial: St. John's. Priends may: call.until 9 p.m. Tuesday at Janeba-Kuba fu- neral home west, and after 11 a.m. Wednesday at Ellis Park Church of God. Hruby, Mary A. Brosh lu- neral home, Solon, a.m. Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St. tfary's church, Solon, by the Rev. J. J. Fath. Burial: St. Jo- seph's cemetery, Iowa City. Harrington, Rosalyn Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Im- maculate Conception church by he Rev. .William P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Friends may call at the Stewart funeral lome. Cherry, Carrie Turner chapel .west at p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Charles The Cedar Ciuelte: Tuei., Dectmber 8, W4 3 Eight Parking Meters Taken Eight parking meters valuec at: were reported taken Monday from three downtown Controversial Zone A rczoning request to permil jonstruction of 232 luxury con- dominiums north of Elaine drive NW has been withdrawn. I The request, submitted by Kenneth R. and Ortha Harstad and Edgar L. King and option holder Donald M.- Cara- way; was to rezone from R-l to 1-2 51.5 acres bounded by Slaine drive; Edgewood road, lillside drive and a line extend- 'd north from Twenty-sixth trect. The planning commission rec- mmended rejection of the re- quest earlier this month. Two Charges Are Dropped Charges against two people lave been dismissed in magis- rate's court. A charge of robbery against Gregory Karrick, 200 Thirteenth treet SE, was dismissed on the equest of the complaining witness. Ho was charged with robbing Marion McCune Nov. 12. A charge of malicious Injury o a building against Clarence Downs, 1044 Tenth avenue SE, was-dismissed in the interest of ustlce.-'He was' charged' with damaging a building at 1527 B avenue NE Oct. 16. Turner chapel west. -RttpiiU 500 limply defiant demon strators from the University o California's Sproul hall. by The Gateffc Co. ona punllsncd dolly and Sunday al 500 Third aye. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 53401. Second class pailage paid at Raolds; Iowa. Subscription rotes by carrier 95 cents a week. By mafl: Night Edition and Sunday 6 Issues 13.75 a month, a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 33.65 a month, 1X0.00 u year. Olher stales and U.S. territories J60.00 a year. No Mall Subscriptions accepted fn areas havlna Gazette carrier itrvlce. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use lor republlcotlon at all tho local news printed In this news. paper as well as all AP niwi dispatches. Magistrate Court Four Bound Over To Grand Jury Four persons were to the grand jury following pre-> Ilminary hearings in magis- trate's court. David Hintermeisler, 1314 First avenue NE, was bound over on a charge of arson. He is charged with setting fire fo a Hiilding west of the intersection of Sixteenth avenue and. West Post road SW on Oct. 4. Rodney Overby, 638-Twenty- second avenue SW, was bound over on a charge of. larceny. He s charged-witli taking six park- ng meters Sept. 3. Ricky Colbert, 1206 First street SW and James Nichols, 1206 Fifth avenue SE, were bound over on charges of lar- ceny. The two are charged with vaking. a fireplace and other terns from Richard B e a t y Hearing is Waived On Larceny Charge Richard Gordon, 700 Thirty- ifth street, Marion, waived) a ireliminary hearing In magis- rate's court and was bound ver. on a charge of larceny of a motor vehicle. He is charged with taking a 963 car, the property of Larry Witherell, Nov. 10. Two Plead Guilty To Amended Counts Two people have pled guilty in magistrate's court to amended charges. Douglas Myers, no address, pled guilty to injury to a motor vehicle and was fined and costs. He was tharged in con- nection with an Oct 27 incident. Steven FronrHe, 908 Sixteenth avenue SE, pled- guilty to lar- 10 YEARS AGO '-Law of- ceny of and was 'icers labored at carrying more given a 90-day jail sentence. He was charged with taking tools, the property oj Kay Kiester, Oct. 25. floral artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 j vas to testify later in the day on lockefeller's denial that the ormer New York governor ound out the FBI was wiretap- ing newsmen and members of icn presidential adviser Henry Kissinger's staff and told Kis- inger.about.it. Ash, now retired, was Kis- flger's security officer on the lational Security Council. In a Feb. 28, 1973, White "ouse tape, former counsel ohn Dean' tells then-President ixon that an FBI official icught the story of the wire- ips may have leaked; to the r c s s .through Rockefeller's arning.'.'of them and telling issinger. olice Check Home Breakins; ools Are Taken Tools valued at were ported taken Monday in a eakin at. the Harold Schneider sidence, 1810 Hamilton stree! IV. The breakin, reported by Bill enderson, 3200 Castle drive iV, netted two tool boxes and ssorted tools, a set of metric ols, a handsaw, a circular w, a saber saw, a floor, jack d a ballery charger. Police received a report Tues- i of a breakin at the Mark ;en residence, 333 Seven- enth street SE, in which items lued at were taken. Vigen told' police'a tape deck :ued at 12 tapes valued at 20, five albums valued at a class, ring valued at re taken. 308 3rd Avo. SE 365-0511 downtown location tell someone you care wilh flowers Florist and Gift 364-8139 phono onswered 24 hours every day
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