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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obituaries The Cedar Hapids OMcUc: December 4, 1974 John W. Miller, Business, Civic Leader, Dies Snow is expected Wednesday night in the northern and middle Rockies, changing to rain in Arizona. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather High temperatures Tuesday, low tem- peratures overnight, and Inches of pre- cipitation: anchorage 23 13 .Oi L. Angeles 63 57 1.98 Atlanta ....51 2> Miami .61 4a .Bismarck ..2312 Min'apolfs 262? .Chicago ...3531 N. Orleans 56 32 .Denver ....5729 New York 4230 Duluth ....24 20 .01 Phoenix -.73 43 'Honolulu ..82 63 Seattle ..51 Houston ...6244 Wash'ston 5135 Extended forecast Snow is Expected Friday through Sun- Say. Highs in the 30s and lows in 20s. C. R. Weather High Tuesday ................23 overnight ..'.............19 ;Noon Wednesday............ .25 2 p.m. ...24 precipitation.............None for December ,.....None for December......1.43 'Normal through December 33.18  any; Inc." He was married to Emma Schillig at Vinlon Dec. 28, 1935. 'Surviving in addition to his wife is a son, Richard, at home; a daugh'ter, Mrs. Michael ".ynch, Cedar Rapids, and four grandchildren. Services: Friday at a.m. in Immaculate Conception church by the' Rev. William Burial: Mt. Calvary. Rosary: Thursday at p.m. by Father Leonard at Teahen 'uneral home, where friends may call Thursday from 9 a.m o 9 p.m. Wayne Zion Lutheran church. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday at Goettsch's. Kcota Florence C. Sheetz 74. Saturday at United Presbyterian church. Friends may call late Thursday after- noon at Powell's. Belle Plalne William S Benda, C7. Hrabalc's. Anamosa Harold G Bijt- gert, 5B, of Rock Springs, Wyo., jnd former Anamosa resident. Friday at at Gocttsch's.i Slfrourncy Margaret Lucil- le Wilkening, .05. Thursdaymt 2 at H a y e s v i 11 c Community member of the Elks the Cedar Rapids Country club; Crescent Masonic lodge; Trowel chapter and Commandery No. 49, Royal Arch Masons; Apollo Commandery, Knights Templar; Palestine Council, Royal and Select Masters; El Ka'hir Shrine; Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, and St. Paul's Methodist church. A lifelong resident of Services Godfrey, Nellie E. Services were in Turner chapel east at :30 p.m. Wdnesday by the lev. Neville G. Clayton. Burial: Cedar Memorial, Standley, Peter A. Ser-at Lauterburg and Oehler fu-at Laulerburg and Oehler funeral home at Arlington Heighs, II. Burial: Ridgewood cemetery, DCS Plaines, 111. Hanson, Iljcharfl D. 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Michael's Episcopal church. C. R. Council: Bargaining Un The Cedar Rapids city council made it clear Wednesday does not plan to' start Employe tilJulyl Teamsters union, and severa] hundred other employes reportedly want to be represented by church. Reynolds'. Delta John Gar- SW; .Debra Grobstick, Harbet avenue NW; 1023 Eighteenth street, NW; Leon Goddell, ly Barnes, Solon; Bobert Pike, 2411 Wisconsin street SW; James Clarke, 811 Tenth ave- nue SE; Allan Miller, 1623 Park Towne lane NE; Warren Johnson, 2910 Johnson avenue NW; Vickie Blazck, 1823 Cen- tral drive SE; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation Steven Leach, 1500 D avenue NE; fined 540 and costs. Linda Siemering, 1210. N street SW; fined and costs. Disobey police officer Ste- ven .Carmichacl, Springville; fined and costs. Ris-lil-of-way violation Patri.cia Jordan, Alburnett; Anton Krizan, Fredericltsburg; each fined and costs. Drive left of center line Steven Carmichacl, Springville; fined and costs. Faulty equipment David Novotny, 1344 Wilson avenue SW; David Arthur, route one, Marion; Shirley Vin- ton; Marlene Frondle, Six- teenth avenue SE; Kevin Klein, 1317 Oakland road NE; each fined and costs. Meier violation Floyd rington, 51. Friday at at Delta Methodist church. Mili- tary honors at cemetery'. Holm's, Sigourney. Homestead Lester W. Sponar, 63. McSwiggin and Uhlmann's, Williamsburg. Tama Harry F. Ehlers, 73. Thursday at at Har- rison's. Blairstovvn Irene Brown, 68, of. Blkhorn, Wis., and former Blairstown resident Thursday at 8 at Murray's in Elkhorn. 'Burial: Friday at at Pleasant Hill cemetery Memorial fund established Wcllman Lida I. 97. Friday at Powells', where.friends may call Thurs- day. North English Pearl E Snare, 85. Friday at 2, Wellman, where friends may call Thursday afternoon. Burial in Piersal cemetery, North En- glish. Mt. Vernon Albert Lewis, 33. Friday at at .Turner Chapel East, Cedar Rapids where friends may call. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Bids Opened for NE Storm Sewer Hennessey Brothers Construc- tion Co. submitted the low bid Wednesday for construction of a storm sewer at Twenty-ninth street between B' avenue and Franklin avenue NE. The company bid which was one of four bids below the engineering estimate of One bid was above the estimate. The other bids were by Bowler Construction Co.; by Bjornsen Con- struction Co.; by Con- crete Maintenance Co., and by Dave Schmitt Con- struction Go. ing collectively with employ unti'tnext July, In a formal resolution adopt unanimously, the council said Would, not enter into uargainin with'employes until July 1, 197 the date state law requir cities to begin bargaining. Several reasons for the dec sion were stated in (he resol lion. One of the most importa is'that rules and regulations govern the bargaining have n yet been adopted by the sta jublic employe relations board, Commissioner H ichaefer said the resolution wa ntended lo clear up any doub employes may have about 11 council's position on bargaining 'Police have, voted to join In (Continued from Page 1.) worth is well over lion, has never "acted as unit" in pursuing its variou jusiness ventures and activities Laurance also testified, as h lad before the senate rule committee, that his sponsorshi of a book derogatory to Nelson1 Democratic gubernatorial oppo- nent in 1970, Arthur Goldberg 'was a mistake" and it was a nvestment "I wish I had no made." The senate rules commitle Wednesday that Roc cefeller has at limes displayec poor judgment but has don nothing to disqualify himself fo the vice-presidency. The committee, which voted fl to 0 on Nov. 22 to, recommend the Rockefeller nomination bi approved by the full senate said it had found "no bar or im pediment 'which would disquali fy him." The-senate-has agreed to vole on the nomination next Tuesday afternoon. Polls of senators anc all other indications point to overwhelming approval. SW'V i' "10 hardml tffyJ wild flowon 18MEUISRI.VD.NW KLOWKHI'IIONEMUMt Let our Flowers express your respect and love FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day. Flowers Always Show You Care from 4 Seasons 3029 Ml. M. 363-MI5 WREATHS GRAVE MOUNDS GRAVE BLANKETS Peck's Green Thumb 5008 Cantor Point Rd. N.E. Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John Son Turner's East, 800 Second Ave. SE Turner's West, 1221 First Ave. West the American Federation of Stale, Counlv and Municipal Employes A Teamsters representative has asked the council to name ils negotiators. Mayor Don Canney said the council can't begin 'to bargain under the terms of Ihe new state law until the terms are decided upon. He said the council can't determine which unions repre- sent what groups of workers -uri, .il the slate board Sets up pro- cedures to accredit bargaining units. The mayor said' the council's decision is intended to make sure all employes are treated fairly. If the council starts negotia- ions with one union, he said, vorkers who have not yet se- ected a representative could eel -pressured to join that union o avoid "falling behind" in ne- Cify's Yule Tree Goes Up The city's Christmas 'h-ee'was erected Wsdnesday morning at the 'center of 'Memorial plaza on May's island. The tree, a 35-foot Colorado blue sprucecwas donated by Mr. and. __Mrs. Bill Cislor, 1900 K street SW. It will be 'decorated with a star and approximately '400 lights. The job of putting up -the tree was handled by the parks and forestry department" with a timely assist from a Cramer Brothers crans, .which was on the island as part of the equipment being used to renovate the island river walls. (Continued from Page 1.) not identify met with Mills in a Capitol office. 'I don't think he wanted to believe me, but I told him that was my judgment after having talked to our the Hiawatha residents will see a 20 percent increase in their water-bills starting in January as a result of action by the Hia- lewspapcr reported Karlh as lwatha water board born. Sept. 18, 1891, He' married Tuesday night. saying. "He wanted to talk about his icalth and he indicated he wasl .water rates from The board voted .unanimously Galena, 111., in 1934. not feeling well. Me, said lie was completely exhausted and that he had what he thought was a serious stomach problem." Mt. Vernon Resident, Albert Lewis, Dies MT VERNON Albert Lewis, 83, died in a Manchester nursing home Tuesday'evening.. A Cedar .Rapids resident for 15 years until moving to Mt. Vernon in 1982, Mr. Lewis was the Cornier-'Minnie' Sommers. in Mr. Lewis had worked the present bi-monthly charge emplpye'.-.pf the Cedar Rapids nf in 40 Rfl t of to ?9.00." s'reet-'department to Increased operating expenses jthat the Milwaukee were cited by the board as Surviving are five .sons, Ai The Pioneer said for the hiBher rales; !Larry Le-wis and his c I advised Mils! WatCr ratCS werc'laM Mt. ana nis colleague advised Mills six vcars ago and the increase Gj Krabacher, Fernald; James gotiations. With the council resolution, Canney said, all employes know vhen negotiations begin and thus .how long they have.to hoose their bargaining unit and repare for the negotiations. to seek medical assistance and Mills then put in a call for the house physician. Dr. Guy Sciacca, a Boston physician who examined Mills Friday and gave him a vitamin shot and'multiple vitamin (ab- ets, said the congressman ap- peared at the time to be suffer- ing from exhaustion. at that time amounted to percent. (Continued from Page 1.) the misuse of the CIA for im- proper reasons Immediately after the bench conference, Haldeman returned twojW. Krabacher, Chula Vistaj Calif.; Alvin, Dubu- que; two daughters, Mrs. Ernest (Betty) Pichle, Nucla, ;C6Io.[ and Mrs. Willie Freese, Clayton Junction; -14.; grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; five JUlUlllCU Mills, has had health problems to lns wjlness stand and denied for several years. he had any intcntion of misus. He underwent an operation ing the CIA or the FBI or of ob- last year for treatment of a structing the Watergate inves- painful back ailment, but has GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For News, Sports, lookkieping, Ciniral InFoi- mntion and Not Usled Btlow Coll............................398-8211 Ciiculollon-Subscriptitn Dipl.......398-8333 Hon. IhiuSnl. In.m. Io7p.m. Sundays UnlillZ Noon a.m.to7p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 8o.m. lo 5p.m. Saturday until 12 noon Display Admliiins................39M222- 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Marion Oltin said since that he was fully recovered. In an interview Monday, Mills denied reports that he had expe- rienced a heart attack, but said lie suffered for years from a chronic heart irregularity. 'In Kenselt, Art, Roger Mills, the congressman's brother, in- dicated he knew nothing about a leart problem and said the con- gressman's behavior with Mrs. "doesn't seem like Battislelia him.' "He's a very meek and hum blc' the brother sale "He's always tried to proper." A spokesman for Arkansas At torney General Jim Guy Tucke said he had received at least sin telephone calls '.recently, from persons asking if Mills could be removed from office. He saic Ihs state had no provisions for Isuch a recall. tigalion. Ben-Venisle was referring to Haldeman's indication right be- fore the conference that Deputy CIA Director Vernon Walters' testimony was substantially cor- rect. Walters testified earlier that Haldeman had said the CIA should tell the FBI to curtail its investigation and that Haldeman iiad expressed concern that the FBI probe could be "embarrass- and lead to "high" people." The issue is whether Hal- was acting from concern that the FBI investigation would expose secret CIA operations or from the desire to shield Nixon re-elcctinn cornmitlce officials from being linked to the break- in. mothers; Ervin, Guy, Than, Clarence, Manchester, and Sliir- ey, Aitkin, Minn.; and a sister, Mrs. Clif Newlin, Tacoma, Wash. 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