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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                VU1HM MtVWt tottCAtt tt JAM lit SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS New G, R, Bridge Open for Traffic Delayed several times, the city's new Twelfth avenue bridge over the Cedar river was opened to traffic at 2 p.m. Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Mayor Don Canney was to preside at the ribbon-cutting at the west end of the bridge. Snow is expected Friday night ever parts of tho Rockies, the north Atlantic states, the Lakes region and across the central coast. Mostly fair elsewhere. Four Persons Sentenced in In- Crcl.ir Kuplds (iiixrltr: I'd., Drcrinlicr 13. 1974 The Weather Hlnn temperatures Thursday, low tem- peratures overnight and Inches of pro- donation: Anchi Atlin.. _____....._.......... Bismarck 10 IS Mln'ipolls 40 a ChiCHO ..37 3D N.Orleans Dem-- Extended Forecast No rain is expected Sunday through Tuesday with lows in the low teens to low 20s and highs in 20s to mid 30s. C. R. Weather High Thursday...............41 Low overnight Noop Friday 2 p. m...... .30 ..36 .38 Precipitation .............Trace Total for December 0.19 Normal for December ......1.43 Normal through December 33.18 Total for 1974..............39.40 Barometer, rising .........29.99 Humidity !at noon..........99% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p. m. SW at 6 mph.' San rises Saturday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 30; low, 19; rainfall none. Traveler's Forecast j gasoline at accident scene at Park court and Second avenue SE. a.m. Thursday. Mistak- en alarm at 2445 Lauren drive SW. p.m. Thursday. Burned food on stove at 4233 Council street NE. p.m. Thursday. Backfire through carburetor at Third street and Fourteenth avenue SE. a.m. Friday. Flush gaso- line at accident scene at First avenue and Tenth street E. a.m. Friday. Welder to dust in grain elevator at 436 G avenue NW. Magistrate's Court Speeding Janice AmJahr, 1317 Oakland road NE; Steven Murray, 2135 Blairs Ferry road NE; William Shorter, Davenport; Wayne Zieser, 1006 Thirty-sixth street SE; Larry Bismarck Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo ..Cloudy 24-11 Chicago ........PtCldy 37-26 Cincinnati ......Cloudy 38-24 Cleveland Cloudy 38-24 Des Molnes Snow 31-21 Detroit..........PtCldy 33-23 Indianapolis ___Cloudy 37-25 Kansas City ...Cloudy 43-30 Milwaukee .....Cloudy 30-22 Mpls.-St. Paul .Cloudy 28-18 Omaha..........Cloudy 33-19 St. Louis........Cloudy 42-28 Sioux Falls......PtCldy 27-12 Degree Doys Thursday 36 Total to date Through Dec. 12, 1973 Percent of normal year 30.2 Total normal year Ann and Corafville LaVe Pool level Friday.......683.15 Marriage Licenses Eleanor Congleton and Roger Carman, Glenda Stallman and Patrick Noccolai, Marsha Ax- mear and Larry Erb, Joyce Cook and Raymond Patterson, Diana Smith and Barry Ash, Linda Hazewinkcl and Dennis Dunek, all of Cedar Eapids. Linda Lanning, Toddville, and Marvin Morris, Center Point. Kimball, Cedar Rapids, Harley Gingcrich, Ely. Carol Curry, Cedar Rapids, and Richard Woolery, Freeport, 111. Marriages Dissolved Bruce F. and Joyce R. Graves. Carol Ann and John E. Wirtz. Vergermalne and Joseph W. Klima. Mary Frances and George Hinckley Schell. Kath- leen M and Carl W. Wallig. Marita O. and Floyd T. Par- sons. Jon C. and Christine R. Hankemeier. Deanea and Wil- liam L. Graybill. Births Mercy Dec. 12 To the families of Jeff Playman, 3011 Sixth street SW, Apt. 8, a daughter; Mike Stallman, 3204 Raven- wood NW, a daughter. Dec. 13 To the families of Patrick O'Donnell, J street SW, Apt. 2001, n son; Gerald Zarcuba, 44 Twenty- seventh avenue SW, a son. Births St. Luke's Dec 12 To the families of Michael Franks, Ely, a daugh- ter; Wi'Iard Ilorak, Center Point, a daughter; Allan Harms, 4302 Twin Pine drive NE, a son; Allen Hanson, Saturday at at St. Pat- Catholic church, Tama. Burial: Holy Trinity cemetery, rural Vining. Rosary Friday at at Mason-Hand's, Tama. Walker _ William Henry Srugman, 85. Monday at at Murdoch's, Walker, where :riends may call after 4 Satur- day. Kcota F. Lulu Randolph, )7. Powell's, where friends may call after 4 Saturday. Amana Mrs. Carl G. Neu- bauer, 89, Waterloo, formerly of Amana. Parrott and Wood, Waterloo, at 1 Monday. Johnson, Marion; 2345 Alan Fifth avenue, Fisher, Solon; Mark Barnd. 520 Twelfth street, Marion; Donald Stroh- man, Lisbon; Jack High, 6613 Inwood lane NE; Donald Coon, Hiawatha; Steven Anderson, 208 Eleventh street NW; Delane Kalina, 1829 Williams boule- vard SW; Timothy Nott, 104 Summer circle NE; George Sebers, 136 Josephine lane NW; Richard Schultc, 521 Green Valley court SE; Lynn Hudson, Hidgeway, Colo.; Pam- ela Grimm, Solon; each fined and costs. Larry Brecht 135 Twentieth avenue SW: James Null, 3725 Beecher court NW; each fined and costs. Robert Dec, Sprlngville; Douglas Long, route three, Cedar Ttnpids; Reginald Hnrak, 1156 O avenue NW; Peter Buschman, 1644 First avenue NE; William Kamberling, Mt. Vernon; Robert Russell-Tutly, 6527 Boxwood lane NE; Daniel Travis, 760 Forty-third street NE; John Kurtz, 6B01 Arbor lane NE; Jane Zanatti, Manito- woc, 111.; Robert Gaston, Mt. Vernon; each fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Larry Finn, 1709 Fourteenth avenue SW; Darlcne Oakley, 2420 Tenth avenue. Marion; Ralph Bush, NE; Thomas 4312 F avenue Hennessey, 115 Sixth street SW; each fined S15 and costs. Jack Ranney, 368 Park terrace SE; fined and costs. Assembled gun In car Randy Hagcrman, Central City; fined and costs. HmHlne license violation Richard Powers, Central City; fined and costs. Turning violation Robert Hall, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Passing violation Donald Jones, Walker; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Thomas Farland, 2460 First avenue NW; fined and costs. Resisting an officer Mi- chael Sevart, 2601 Thirty-third avenue -SW; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Paul Espe, 1025 Sixteenth ave- nue SE; lined and costs. Drive on wrong side Ste- ven Rooks, 2723 Southland street SW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Wnukon Ben Peterson, 81. Saturday at First Presby- terian church. Military rites at graveside. Martin's. Klkadcr Goldie Hoffman, 65. Monday at at Witt's where friends may call after 1 Sunday. Vinton Nora Merchant, 84. Monday at 10 at St. Mary's Catholic church. Visitation after 7 Saturday and Rosary Sunday at Campbell's. Dysart Claude T. Mitchell, DO. Monday at 1 at Genesco United Methodist church. Clarence, son; Ronald Rozinck, ovorton's, Dysnrt. Vinton, a daughter. I gt. Lucas Mrs. John Mihm, Out-of-Town Births PnrisliVasar.v At Cnlumbus. Ohio Mr. Friday at_ R und KC Rosary at and Mrs. Curtis HuiiKcrford, ,1 daughter Dec. 10. Hungcrford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hungerford, 1724 Grande ave- nue SE. Rres p.m. Thursday. Flush Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from... m Jk 4 Seasons 3028 Ml. Vtmon Rd. 363-3885 nt nurnhiim and Wood's, West Union. T ii o r n h n r K Glen I. Adams, C5. Saturday at 2 al Harding funeral chapel, Wosl Union. Burial: Garrett ceme- tery. Toledo Mary Bllcy, 91. Edgewood Manor Asks Rezoning For Expansion Officials of Edgewood Manor Care, Inc., 200 Clive drive SW, have requested rezoning of nearly three acres of land north of the present site to permit construction of another health care facility. In a rezoning request filed in the city clerk's office Friday, Thomas F. Juchette of Edge- wood manor asked that the land be rezoned from R-l residentia to R-T, residential transitional. A square foot one-story nursing home is proposed for the site. In the request, Juchette said there is a need for long-term care beds in the area, and that rezoning of the area would -act as a buffer between existing residential and industrial areas. The facility would contain 100 beds and provide basic nursing home care. Gaal Charged with Assault, Resistance James Gaal, 31, of 509 Fifth avenue SE, was charged Thurs- day with assault and battery in the beating of a man who suf- fered a three-inch gash on his head. Gaal was charged teat- ing Jack Dale, 1120 Second street SE, after they left a tav- ern about p.m. Thursday to lake a car ride. Dale, treated at Mercy hospital and released, told police he did not know where the beating took place nor how he got to the hospital. Police arrested Gaal at Merli- sa's Tap, 862 Fifth avenue SE. Gaal was charged with resisting an officer following his arrest. Bond was set at on both charges and Gaal was being held in the county jail. Two Guns Are Reported Taken Clarence Brockman, route one, Marion, reported to the Linn sheriff's office that his res- idence was broken into while he was at work Thursday. Reported stolen were a televi- sion set, a shotgun, a rifle, some liquor and oilier items. Value of the items was eslimated to be about or The Hawkcye Sky 'club re- ported ils building on Wilder drive SE was broken into Wednesday evening and a kero- sene heater, n fire extinguisher and drop cord were stolen. Value of Ihe items wns estimat- ed at A Linn deputy discovered nl a.m. Friday that the Shell stallion at Springville had been broken into. Aullioritios said the deputy apparently scared Ihe burglar awny. since no items were found missing. the nomination of Sen. Mc- Govern as the party's 1972 pre- sidential candidate." AFL-CIO spokesman Al Zack was quoted as confirming serious plans by labor leaders to resign. "The Democratic party struc- ture is now catering ex-clusively to blacks, browns, youth and women, and excluded by that Man Is Accused Of Passing Fake Bill in Dubuque A Dubuque man has been charged by the federal govern- ment with attempting to pass counterfeit bills in a Dubu- que bar Nov. 17. According to a complaint filec by Asst. U.S. Atty. Robert Sikma, William James Klein purchased a drink in the King o" Clubs tavern and paid for i with a fake bill. He allegedly purchased a sec- ond drink with another counter feit bill, at which lime the bartender became suspicious and questioned the man. Klein reportedly fled at this point and was apprehended b; the tavern owner and two em ploycs. According to authorities Klein fired a shot as he ran. Klein wns scheduled to appeal before U.S. Magistrate .Tame Hodges Friday afternoon, bu the hearing was postponed as he is being held by slate auth- orities on additional charges in connection with the Nov. 17 in- cident. Sov it with PIERSON'S'K" lano KI.I.IS ni.vn. NW Mi-Hit BROSH CHAPEL Cedar Rnpiils ttlt'il to Public Inquire About Our Pre-arranged ScrvlMi Solon liidj' vail tit j. umui vaob until 1 p.m. Saturday. The ket will not be opened alter 1 1 1 1 XiX WUl persons have been Tcmeyer, Helen C. 1 p.m. Saturday in Chapel of or received deferred ries by the Rev. Russell in Linn district court Striffler, chaplain at St. pleas to charges hospital. Burial: Cedar rial. Arrangements by Memorial funeral T. Cheeseman Williams, Robert G. to up ot vices were held today at in the reformatory at Jude's Catholic church by on his guilty plea to t Rev. Richard Ament. St. Joseph's cemetery, of Settlement. The Teahen 21-year-old Cedar home was in charge of the was accused in an incident at knifepoint nvolving a 24-year-old 52 Years TS her northeast Cedar Rapids residence May Thursday night's annual meeting of Louis Schultz said he mposed the minimum sentence )ecause it was recommended staff, Mercy hospital presented recognition plaques to all of the staff's former efinition are most workers, county attorney and the them was Dr. W. J. Neuzil, 2343 nior citizens, Jews, SE, who was the staff's first president and other segments of what Lynn D. Boots received a ago from 1921 to 1 922. Dr. Nsuzil now once a united coalition of of a year in fee and called the Democratic with six months Zack his guilty plea to a He said the labor leaders resent being put in a position in which they appear to be against minorities. "Racist entering charge. The 24-year-old Cedar Rapids man was accused of breaking nto a southwest Cedar Rapids business Sept. 19. Pleads Guilty to One Drug Gets 40-Year Term Fftic Mi tip d or "The AFLrCIO has been M. Fuller was given Joseph Steger', 22, Imla Wcl tey element of viclory in to erase his Seventh avenue Ayers -has been sen- civil rights laws passed at entering conviction by his plea to guilty to serve up to 40 years in :he state and national level, and it is a lie to try and tar us with the racist he on good! behavior for .wo years on a deferred; sen tence [probation. in Cedar Rapids federal reformatory at Anamosa on his guilty plea lo a charge o court to one count of an second.degrce The Times said that the 19-year-old Cedar charging him with posses- The 23.year.old Ccdar CIO is not united on the was accused of of amphetamine tablets man was sentenced in Linn with a number of leaders a southeast Cedar intent to deliver. trict court Friday in "large and influenlial unions shop Sept. did not change his plea with the shooting death of disagreement with what is beinj called 'the Barfcan position' The Times identified the Janls L. Wetland wag given a chance to erase a charge of another count dealing wit importation of cocaine, Bering at the 61-year-old vi fim's residence 'at 919 Sixl p street SE Sept. 1. ers expected to resign a forged instrument iUS. Atty. Robert sentence. Imposed1 bi George Hardy and S. on good behavior this charge would Clinton Sh'aeffer. was R a f e r t y AFL-CIO vice-jresidents; Steelworkers deferred sentence probation. The 25-year-old Cedar when Sieger is sen-enced on the first by the county attor ney. A defense attorney dent Joseph Maloney, and State AFL-CIO Presidents William Marshall of Michigan, David Roe of Minnesota, Victor Bussie of Louisiana and Herbert was accused of passing a check at a Mt. Vernon grocery July 23, with the name of a Cedar Rapids woman forged on the stolen had been scheduled to go on trial Monday along with fohn William Dodge, 22, of She ame address. Dodge was amedi in three counts of the recommended sentence as being fair and in the interest of justice. In an apparent reference to ie fact thai a sentence of a >ery of (Continued from Page indictment on charges of importation and pos-ession of amphetamines with ntent to distribute. Sikma noted hi court Friday teger has agreed to cooperate vith Hie government by provid-ng information in connection with the charges against Dodge. A third man, Guillermo Gu-ierrez of Call, Columbia, was Iso indicted by the of years permits an early jarole, the defense attorney ;poke of Ayers' becoming reha-jilitated and entering again into society. He said Ayers has taken what ;s considered the first step of re-labilitation, admitting wrongdoing. Ayers, when asked whether le had any comments to make Before being sentenced', said was sorry for what he had done. Extend Clemency Deadline: Culver WASHINGTON Rep. John C. Culver Thursday called! for an end to the amnesty program requirement for alternative service for those who have already served time in federal desk, a broken glass pane in a door, a large counter filled with office supplies dumped, four wood chairs broken, two jicture frames broken and a arge piece of glass covering a desk was smashed. Several of-'ice machines were also The Iowa senator-elect also urged a five-month extension to June 30, 1975, of the clemency deadline. In a letter to the White House :iuver said he believed these .wo moves would "help No arrests have been made. The building was reported checked during the night by security guards who discoverec nothing out of the ordinary. Prairie Principal K e n n e t jury Nov. 19. He has not extradited, however. In court Friday, Steger admit-ed possessing 600 amphetamine ablets Aug. 8. He said he >lanned to use some and sell shooting, with a .22 cal. pistol, took place during an apparent robbery of Bevings' son, John, 10, in which less 'than was taken. Second-degree murder calls for a sentence of a term of ten ca put behind it an era of divisiveness and said classes at the schoo were not affected by the Sentencing of Steger, who is ree on his own or more or a life sentence. Culver wrote "alternative service amounts to additional junishment for individuals "We just cleaned up the mess and went back to delayed pending a presen-ence report. Maximum Hides; liave already served penalties imposed by the federal courts." He said he was "distressed An estimated on. the one count is five years imprisonment, a :ine, or Fails A man wearing a white slock- ;he relatively small number o: young men who have reported at Truman school 441 West Post road NW, Trial cap and armed with a chrome knife with a ten-inch for clemency" under President Ford's was poured over office machinery and files. tried to rob a Cedar Rapids Grocery store Thursday "If the program is permittee to expire on Jan. 31, 1975, as also reported in the cafete ria where a clock and a YORK (AP) The nine-day federal trial ot left empty handed when a clerk ran into the basement. planned, then hundreds fountain were Henderson has clerk, Douglas Dighton, haps even thousands oif fixtures in a his conviction on a Daniels street NE, told po- dividuals will lose the Truman school were of filing a false he was in Ihe back of Nel- ty to join the mainstream statement thai; claimed Grocery store, 1556 B ave- American donalion of music to NE, when he heard someone from a breakin of Dighton looked down an school, 1G35 former music director and saw the man, who was Tchf (tfdiir -AitpicU NE, was estimated "Tonight and appeared to be Co. ana published dally and Sunday al get up to three years Third ave. SE. Cedar Iowa 32404. Second clots poitaoc paid ot said was taken and a fine on Dighton ran to the stair- light domes were when he is to the basement, the man Subscription rales by carrier cents and the library U. S. district court Jan. "Hey, come here." week Qy mall: Nlohl Edition and Sunday 6' Issues 13.75 a month, J39.00 0 Year: jury deliberated 20 man left without any ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues S3.BS a month, S40.00 a year. Other three days but could after Dighton hid, police and U.S. territories 160.00 a year. No Ma Subset Ipllons accepted In areas estimate of ilnmngn on n tax evasion The suspect was described Gaicttc carrier school, G225 First Edward Weinfeld being young and wearing the The Associated Press Is SW, was reported. on Thursday cap over his face and all Ine local news printed tn IhK entry to the principal's that Henderson dork colored waist length paper as well al all AP nfwl was attempted, but was than in ____ let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP JOHN E. LAPES for .ll 364-8139 m 3rd Avc- phone answered 24 ovary day   

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