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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Mrs. Delbert Mines Helen K. llines, Hiawatha, viduw of Delbert llines and a ormer resident of Tama, died Monday in a Cedar Hapids hos- pital. Mrs. llines had been living with her daughter, Mrs. La- Verne Shadden, Hiawatha. Snow is expected in the Dakotas and upper New York state. Partly cloudy skies with freezing temperatures are expected throughout most of the nation. The Weather Hiqli temperatures Monday, low tem- peratures over cipitation: Anchorage 21 ight and inches ol pre- .OB L. Angeles 81 56 Atlanta ...5427 Miami ....8170 Bismarck ..11-1 Mln'apolis 33 la .01 Chicago ...3t 28 .03 N.Orleans 62 36 Denver New York 47397.98 Duluth ....2805 Phoenix ..6738 Honolulu ..8372 Seattle 57 M .12 Houston 5644 Wastl'qlon 54 37 .52 Extended Forecast Partly cloudy skies with highs in the 30s and lows in the 20s are ex- pected for Thursday. Fair and colder Friday and Saturday. Highs in the mid 20s to low 30s. Lows in the teens. C. R. Weather Monday 31 Reuben Gentz, 725 Central ave- nue, Marion; George Remus, 3514 Random road SE; Steven G a 11 o, 3832 Soutter avenue Ruth Varhes, 204 Janice drive NW; lined and costs. Driving on wrong side Ed- ward Malus, 211 Park court SE; fined and costs. Marked truck route violation Gerald Broodston, 3015 Fourteenth avenue SE; fined and costs. Intoxication Danny Leon- SE; Wanda Ludwig, 1413 Sec- ard) Ely. Donald Campbell ond avenue SE; John Huie, First strcet NW; Sixth strept: SE: Robert Itca- Low overnight ...............22 j Thirty -first street Noon Tuesday 2 p.m.......................25 .Trace Precipitation Total for December ..........41 Normal for December ......1.43 Normal through December 33.18 Total for 1974 ..............39.62 Barometer, Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at 2 p. m. NW 'at 12 mph. 'Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today 22; low, 20; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday M'cathcr, Hi-Lo Bismarck .......PtCldy 20-03 Chicago ........Cloudy 32-24 Cincinnati ..PtCldy 33-23 Cleveland ......Cloudy 34-21 DCS Moines .....PtCldy 37-27 Dull-oil Snow 32-23 Indianapolis .PICldy 35-25 Kansas City........Fair 46-27 Mpls.- St. Paul .Cloudy 28-14 Omaha .........PtCldy 36-12 St. Louis...........Fair 45-28 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy 34-10 Degree Days Tuesday Total to date 40 Through Dec. 10, 1973 Percent of normal year .28.5 Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday......681.74 Births Mercy Dec. 15 To Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Avis, 2040 Grand ave- nue, Marion, a son. Dec. 1G To the families of Kenneth Martin, Springville, a daughter; Gary Reid, 3G45 Bel Air SE, a daughter; Kenneth Scott, 1111 Wcstwood drive NW, a daughter. Dec. 17 To Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ay era, 930 South Eighth avenue, Marion, a son. Births St. Luke's Dec. 1C To the families of Carl Morning, 3920 E avenue NE, a daughter; Thomas Stiles, Hiawatha, a son; James Mon- roe, 2040 Glass road NE, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Ann Woodward and Oscai Johnson, Judith Slagenweil and Caleb Hill, all of Cedar Rapids. Marriages Dissolved Sandra R. and David L. Phil- lips. Virgil Leroy and Sally Staton. Richard LcRoy and Mi- chelc D. Frame. Mary E. and James A. Bencst. Out-of-Town Births At Martiueltc, Mich. Mi and Mrs. Del Fischer, a daugh- ter Dec. 12. Maternal grand- parents arc Mr. and Mrs Marion Keffer, 1915 Third street SW. Fires p.m. Monday, Mulch t t common made clear to its Common Mar- ket partners Tuesday that it re- garded the North sea oil as strictly its own, informed sour- ces said. Varley, reportedly told a council tion the city council for a million bond issue failed to gain a second from the other three commissioners present. All four did express their sup- Britain's representative, Eric t for lne acquisiljon of nearly PV rpnnrfpnlv tnlrl n rntmpii f i i _i- r__ n_- acres of land to satisfy the jlane and that Bcechcraft belonging to the whole negligent in its design and man- market, ufacture. I Cummings ane! Great Ameri- can seek to be paid back for the amount assessed against them 'or workmen's compensation by the industrial commissioner and upheld by Linn district court. The petition alleges that Globe admitted liability by set- Hotel, Union Hold Meeting With Mediator Both sides in the Roosevelt hotel labor strike were brought tling with the estate for iogelher Tuesday by the federal on April 13, 1973. Gl Convicted of Haircut Refusal BERLIN (AP) A U. S.j army court-martial Tuesday Kcota Seatlle, a former Keola resi- dent. Wednesday at at SS. Peter and Paul church. Prayer service Tuesday al 8 at Powell's where friends may call after 4 Tuesday. Onslow Dillon Bickford, 64. Wednesday at at Hay- den's, Wyoming. Rescued After 11 Days Of Floating on Barrel RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) A Brazilian sailor spent 11 days at sea on a barrel before being rescued, the newspaper 0 Globo reported. It said Inocencio Pereira Amaral was among six sailors on a boat transporting fruits to Surinam when the boal sank. Need help around the house? Try a classified ad for the help you need! convicted Pvt. Robert Nuchow, 19, of Leonia, N. J., of refusing to get a haircut. He, faces a maximum six months' confinement at hard labor and loss of pay. Sentenc- ing is expected Thursday. i Nuchow was accused of refus- jing to obey an order in Sep- Itember that 'he cut his hair and rim his sideburns, which still reach to his chin. j mediation service in an attempt to get the four and a half month old dispute off dead center. Members of the Hotel, Res- jtauranl and Bartenders Interna- ional union went on strike Aug. making it one of the longesl walkouts in Cedar Rapids histo- 20 YEARS AGO The foreign ministers of the 14 nations of the Morth Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion agreed to base Europe's defenses on the U.S. atomic ar- senal. Memorial Services Klouda, Anna Wednesday at a.m. in Brosh chapel and 10 a.m. in St. Wcnccslaus church by the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial: St. John's. Beadle, Alvin Herbert Turner chapel cast at p.m. Wednesday by the Rev Allen S. Van Clevc. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Donnelly, Mrs. Thomas P. Wednesday at a.m. at St Pius X church by the Rev. Ber- nard G. Collins. Burial: Holy Cross cemetery, Keystone. Fa- ther Collins and the Knights of Columbus will recite the Rosa- ry Tuesday at 8 p.m. Rebel Setback MANILA (AP) Government forces have seized the Moslem rebels' main ammunition supply point and headquarters for southern Mindanao. Federal mediation officials had met with the parties both irior to and immediately after ,he strike. There has been no jrogress in the matter since early in the strike, and no meet ngs for weeks. The union represents about 65 persons at the hotel. All but Blythc, however, felt he timing in light of the raters' reluctance to approve he remodeling of four Cedar Rapids junior highs is bad for a general obligation bond issue. Blythe suggested the request 'or a vote because, he said, the >rice may go up if there is a lelay in obtaining the land, and 10 expressed fear the federal [overnment may discontinue its 75-percent participation in such .transactions. He added that the voters should have the opportunity to give a vote of confidence to airport expansion plans. Blythc said another bond issue election on the heels of the school defeat was "worth the gamble." Dr. John Huey, Paul Howke and commission chair- man Don Gardner disagreed aycd action on the issue. This parcel includes 55 acres, 40 of which are included in the master plan. Appraisal Contract The commission did vole to award a contract to Donald Wehr of Cedar Rapids to ap- praise the remaining 14 parcels of land under consideration. Wehr's proposal was for Don Kensinger of Marion sub- mitted a proposal of "approx- imately for all 15 par- cels. Four otiier appraisal bids were turned in, two from Wa- terloo and two from Des Moines Firms. All were considerably higher than Wehr and Ken- singer's bids. The commission indicated it would contract Kensinger if con- demnation proceedings on the land are nccesssary. Asst. City Atty. James Redmond ex- pressed the view that "hard ne- gotiations" will take place and that two appraisals are benefi- cial for bargaining purposes. 60 Days Airport manager Roy Jame- sen told the commissioners Wehr agreed to do the work in 60 days. Blythe estimated the 1.200 acres would be appraised at between and per acre, making the total package ,n the neighborhood of mil- lion. at least for the time being. "Unfair to Public" Huey commented that not only did the school vote concern A million bond issue, he added, would "provide a cush- ion" although the commission would spend "only what is needed." And, Blythe continued, even if the bond issue is passed, the him. but with the present would not have to be spent it economic conditions de- Crewmen Saved TOKYO (AP) A Japanese tugboat Friday rescued all 35 crewmen from a sinking freighter miles east ol Japan, the Maritime Safety Agency reported. nomic instability he feels a million obligation "may not be fair to the public." It could be, he noted, that the land may have to be purchased on a piecemeal basis, rather than in a lump sum. One of the 15 parcels which the commission hopes to buy is teriorate. now available at an ap- Curfew Cut BANGKOK (AP) The Bur- mese government Tuesday cut three hours 'from the curfew im- posed last week after rioting in Rangoon, the Rangoon radio an- nounced. floral artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 For 61 years flowers for all occasions! John E. Lapes 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Convenfcnf downtown location (Cedar -jR "EslabilshedTn Co. ana puDllshed dally and Sunday at 500 Third ovc SE, Cedar Rapids. Iowa 52406. Second clasj poslooe paid at Cedar Rapldj, Iowa. Subscription rotes bv carrier 95 cents a. week BY mall: Night Edition and Sunday 6 Issues S3.75 a month, a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 53.85 a monlh, a year. Other states and U.S. territories 360.00 a year. No Mall Subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette carrier itrvlce. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use tor republlcatlon ot all the local newi printed in this news- paper as welt at all AP news dispatches. O tell someone you care with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day Cedar Memorial Funeral Home-Cemetery Will Once again Present the Nativity Scene THIS Year Because of Letters received Such as the Following: "By all means have the Nativity Scene. We come to see your display every year it wouldn't be Christmas without our planning which night to set aside to come to your beautiful display. We appreciate your work and expense for the enjoyment of so monv Mrs. P. N. Schmitt 1420 Daniels St. N.E.. THE NATIVITY SCENE AT CEDAR MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME-CEM.ETERY TO P.M. December 20th thru the 25th
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