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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 WANOMai WtAtHM Mevict KMtCAtt •« 7AM **1 lr - I* - TA  VGJ/vn 3*7?    0    29,53  •AM F HANOI*  LO»AN«fL«*  OAC4.A* \  ^HutMMkArvm  MC won MI AM*  (fOf NO  What is it that makes a man able to comfort families... even families who are under severe emotional stress?  Frankly, we don't know. We simply know that there's some inner quality which makes it happen ... and that families we serve say Chuck Oxley has it  Murdoch_  fe' r fune’^afHoinci  I MARION CENTER POINT CENTRALITY ►SPRINGVILLE WALKER    COGGON  tm    i    \    *    >    I  and in Cedar Rapids THE BEATTY BEURLE CHAPEL  DEATHS  Delbert Hines  $ 1.5 Million Crash Suit Filed in C. R.  Mrs.  Helen E. Hines, 60, Hiawatha, widow of Delbert Hines and a  former resident of Tama, died    „  n  .    „ .. .  .. .    .  n  .  D _ -. I The estate of a Cedar Rapids  Monday in a Cedar Rapids nos-' .... , .    ,     1     ,   ita i  J    v     man    killed    in    an    airplane crash;  J,™ h,r in ;h,,Sr  bC Mrs liV i n f    7 SHOPPING DAYS  Verne^addcnfHiawatha  U > p.«*. ttorp,. Inc, ii, in- > TUI CHRISTMAS   tim 0  I A. j    surance    carrier, Globe Indcm-  Born June 8, 1914, at lama, 1  .    .    *    ,  she was a member of the Tarnal® 1 '?  Lo ’  and  ^ Planers manu-  American legion auxiliary and  facturer ' Beech Atrcrafl Corp.  the Tama-Toledo Eagles auxilia-    File Petition was filed in Linn    K| nr 4.L    OI   ry     district    court Tuesday by the es-    I Turin    wl  Services: Thursday at IO a.rn tate.of Neldon Laved Wood, who BRUSSELS (AP) —  I at Mason-Hand funeral home,  was an  employe of Cummings made clear to its Common Mar-  Britain Claims  AIN  SHOWE SS  SNOW  All  now  Tama, by the Rev. Gregory F. Hemeseth of St. Patrick’s Cath-Iotic church, Tama. Burial: St. Patrick’s cemetery, Tama. Rosary at 7 p m Wednesday at the funeral home.  Brenda Andrews  £ UM Wf ATHft f OIOCAST ®  Snow is expected in the Dakotas and upper New York state. Partly cloudy skies with freezing temperatures are expected throughout most of the nation.  and Co Inc In the petition    IT    ™a L i *     4100    lhe    city council for   ana v.o., inc. in me pennon partners Tuesday that it re-  rT .m; An Knn ,i  f  ,i ar i .  Cummings and its workmen s     garded |hc    Nor1h sea oj| as      m '".“     hnnH   compensation carrier Great  slrjc „ y jts own informcd sour .  American Insurance Co., also  ces sa j d  seek $20,382 04 from Morplan  and Globe.    j    Varley, reportedly told a council  The suit contends Morplan    cf European    Economic Commit-  failed to train its pilot properly    |nity energy    ministers that the  and to properly maintain the underwater  hi* Cedar Rapids Canette: Tues., December 17, 1974    3  School Bond Defeat Dampens Airport Plans  By Tom Fruehling    praised price of $140,000 — but  The defeat last week of the the commissioners Tuesday deschool bond issue in Cedar layed action on the issue. This. Rapids has put a damper on the parcel includes 55 acres, 40 of airport commission’s plan to re- which are included in the quest a similar vote in the near master plan, future for land purchase.    Appraisal Contract  At a special meeting of the  The commisskm djd vole t0  airport group Tuesday morning, ; award a contract DonaW   Britain  8 m " t L\" X,     Wehr  of Cedar Rapids to ap-  _ member Robert Blythe to peti-l praise  , he rcmainmg 14 parce ^  of land under consideration.  —Daily Record—  -    _ to properly maintain the underwater wells were not a  Brenda L. Andrews, 7, (laugh-  p i anc and that  Reechcraft was resource belonging to the whole ler cf Mr. and Mrs. lerry An- negligent in its design and man- market  drews, 2323 Coldstream avenue  u f ac ture    ______  NE, died Monday at University  of Iowa hospitals following a c^e'k toVpaid'ba^ic ‘[‘or'the Torn "Tan. 6, 1967. al Des‘ amount asscssed against them   Cummings and Great Ameri- Lj^i.l I I  laid hark f„r th,,,  11 0 ' e  I. UniOM  I    .......    ......    a.    '"'’    for workmen's compensation by    Meeting  Ruth Varhes 2„4 Janice Moines where she lived until  (he industria , commissioner and W th Mediator  ive NIV' tinorl $3n and i-i^u mnvirn* to ( pilar Ramrre in I' 73 I ..... *    *    nil    iricuiu IIJI  drive NW; tined S3,) and costs, moving to Cedar Rapids in 1973, ;  hc](j    u dwrict court   Driving on wrong side — Ed- she was in first grade at Ad-i  r au.„    I.. .:—    ««____  Matus, 211 Park court jams elementary school.  million bond issue failed to gain  Wehr . s     ,     was    for    $5    625 _  a second from the other three  Don Kensingcr o( Marion sub .  "Tw 5510 !! 6 ! 8  P resenl :    mitted a proposal of “approx-  Britain’s representative Erie d four did express their sup- i ma j e ]y $5,900'’ for all 15 par-  port for the acquist ton of nearlyL |s    0|her a aifa , JJ ids   1.200 acres of land to satisfy the  were (urned ip tw0 from Wa . airport s master plan.    terloo and two from Des Moines  Timing Bad    firms. All were considerably  All but Blythe, however, felt higher than Wehr and Ken-the timing - in light of the singer’s bids voters’ reluctance to approve the remodeling of four Cedar Rapids junior highs — is bad for a general obligation bond issue.  Blythe suggested the request for a vote because, he said, the .  price may go up if there is a gotiations will take place and sides in the Roosevelt delay in obtaining the land, and that two appraisals are benefi  ce commission indicated it would contract Kensinger if condemnation proceedings on the land are necesssary. Asst. City Atty. James Redmond expressed the view that “hard ne-  The Weather  SE; Wanda Ludwig, 1413 Sec-  Htqh temperatures Monday, low tem oeratures overn jt-.t and inches of Pre Citation;  21 8 OI    L Angeles    >2    56  54 27    Miami    81    70  22 -2    Min-apohs    31    18  34 21 .01 N. Orleans 44 25    New York  Sn    SL    Iii?    -I?!? 1 ?"’     L i» c f ,nw jjy    t railer     C°u r i;|ccnter'Point    road    NETfoVfeitco | Cedar    Rapids.  ,    .  5 !  44  „    washflton    54    37    ”    Lillie    Kyle.    Fairfax;    Nadine     s30     bond.    James    Dillon,    route    Services:    1:30  Extended Forecast -Partly Wax, 1015 Hill drive SE; Clif-  u/nrH Mat..c 911 n.,.h i ,     u     .    I    The    petition    alleges    that    Loth  SE; fined $15 and costs.     3     Survivor    ^addition    to her  (i,obo admitted  liability by set- hotel labor strike were brought  he  expressed fear the federal elal for bargaining purposes.  Marked truck route violation    .L    .    n.n.    ! tlin g     with     the    estate    for    $100,000    together    Tuesdav    hv    tho    fpHemi    government may discontinue its    m Days  Airport manager Roy Jame  - Gerald Broodlet,. 3«”lR arenls arc . »  sislcl :’.  Dan ^ OT Aprilij.Twj’.      •-    'iHuS  Anchorage  Atlanta  Bismarck  Chtca90 .  Denver  Duluth  Honolulu  Houston  Reuben Gentz, 725 Central ave       .  nue, Marion;    George    Remus,    Fourteenth avenue    SE^    fined ithree grandparents, Mr  3514 Random    road SE;    Steven    $15 and costs.    Mrs. Harry Andrews, Des  Gat! o, 3832    Scut ter    avenue    Intoxication — Danny    Leon- Moines, and Mrs. Osia Craft,   a rd, Ely; Donald    Campbell^Cedar Rapids, and one great-  i s a McNabb,  211 \\  07  cmd avenue SE; John Huie. 416 ?322 Pint street:NW*fined $30    ,     Kap ' dS '    /  I! ii Sixth .tree. SE; Robert Rea-  and costs , Clifford PauS MO grandparent V  rv ma n nutn I irtPA ntuiiv trm pp ennrt’ /N   rs •    ,    *    .    ..    I    nHor    Horn/    e  cloudy skies with highs in the  30s and lows in the 20s are expected for Thursday. Fair and colder Friday and Saturday. Highs In the mid 20s to low 30s. Lows in the teens.  ford Brees, 3832 Vine avenue  SE; Loraine Olinger, Daven port; Sharon Booher, 6517 Mosswood lane NW; James Roberts, 1914 Central drive SW; Bruce Berglund, 318 Eighth street SE; each fined $30 and costs. Christopher  C. R. Weather ‘!“ r Pt'n  406 „ F , < ? rt £:'‘ n l  Etr f t   NE; James Null, 3725 Beecher  Monday ......................31    court NW; Candice Rowe, 300  Low overnight .............. 22    Thirty-first street NE; each  Noon Tuesday    •    24     fined  $ 25 and costs - Carry  I J  y  ............ o=    Ruhd, 1415 K street SW; Mi-  ‘ P' m ............  43     chael O’Brien. 2371 Blakely  Precipitation .............Trace    boulevard SE; Clark Woods,  Total for December ......... 41    353 Seventh avenue SW;  Normal for December ......1.43    Emily Knapp. Atkins; Loc Vit-  Normal through December 33.18  Total for 1974 .............. 39.62  Barometer, falling.........29.89  Humidity at noon ........ 74%  Wind direction and velocity at 2 p rn. NW at 12 mph.  Sun rises    Wednesday,    7:30;  sun sets, 4:37.  Year Ago Today —High, 22; low, 20; rainfall, none.  Traveler’s Forecast  Tuesday    Terrell, Mt. Vernon; each fined  Weather, lli-Ln $20 and costs.  Bismarck .......PtCldy    26-03    Traffic signal violation —  Chicago ........Cloudy    32-24    Jeffrey Long, TOO Thirty-fifth  Cincinnati ..    .    PtCldy    33-23 j street, Marion; Wayne Dickin-  Cleveland  Cloudy    34-21    son, 2229 Bever avenue SE;  Des Moines     PtCldy    37-27    Richard Taylor, 2721 Virginia  Detroit....... Snow    32-23    drive SE; John Holmes, 300  Indianapolis     PtCldy    35-25    Tomahawk trail SE; John Sto-  Kansas City........Fair 46-27 i vie,    2814    Millhaven    court    SE;  Mpls.- St. Paul .. Cloudy 28-14 Elizabeth    Arnott.    416    Thirtieth  Omaha .........PtCldy    36-121 street SE, two charges; Robert  St. Louis Sioux Falls .  tetoe, Washington; Karen Daugherty, 1330 Elmhurst drive NE; Harvey Kadlec. 2245 Birchwood drive NE; Harold Grissom, 221 Thirteenth street NW; Mark Herdlicka, 402 A avenue NW; Joseph Barnes, 1452 Fifth avenue SE; Van Pike, 1005 Daniels street NE; Patricia Moss. 4023 Lennox avenue NE; Leslie Etscheidt, 190 Twenty-seventh street NW; Karen Miller. 341 Wilson avenue SW; Vernon Chapman, 1953 B avenue NW; Elizabeth  p m. Saturday  one, Marion; fined $25 and at Turner chapel east by the  1  °^ s     xx,,*,    ^v. Harmon Webb of Redemp-  Danny    Ely    “f'ncd"    $151*‘ on  !  Missionary Baptist church.  and costs.    *    Burial:    Cedar Memorial.  Davis,    friends may call at Turner  Littering  Ralph  GI Convicted of Haircut Refusal  mediation service in an attempt transactions. to get the four and a half month He added  sen told the commissioners ,. .    ,    voters    wehr agreed to do the work in  old depute off dead center. should have the opportunity to ^  days E , ythe  estimated the  Members of the Hotel. Res- g| ve a vo ^ e     confidence to j.200 acres would be appraised  airport expansion plans. Blythe said another  bond  at between $1,600 and $2,100 per  issue election on the heels of the  acre, making the total package in the neighborhood of $2.4 mil-  Improprr passing  Holman, Sioux City; fined $25 and costs. Edward Hable, 3121 Sixth street SW; fined $15 and  costs.  Failure to transfer title —  (day. The casket will not Charles opened after the service.  innrl COG  r   taurant and Bartenders Interna-BERLIN (AP) — A U. S. tional union went on strike Aug. army court-martial Tuesdays, making it one of the longest  convicted Pvt. Robert Nuchow, walkouts in Cedar Rapids histo-  s “boo! defeat was ’worth the jj Qn   19, of Leonia, N. J., of refusing I ry.    ; gamble.” Dr. John Huey, Paul  A  ^3  m iHj on  bond issue, he  to get a haircut.    Federal mediation officials i Howke and commission chair-  added  would “provide a cush-  He faces a maximum six had met with the    parties    both     man     D° n  Gardner    disagreed — j on << although    the    commission  1019 "Seventh stwT SE; "fincS’lchapel east until I p.m. Satur-f™ nths ’ confinement at hard prior to and immediately    after    at least for the time    being.  wou i d  spend    “oily what    is  $10 and costs.    | flav  Tho ™sket will not he  labor and ,oss of  P a V- Sentenc- the strike. There has been no    “Unfair    to    Public”    needed.”  ing is expected Thursday.    progress in the matter    since     Huey  commented that not     And - Blythe    continued, even if  Nuchow was accused of refus- early in the strike,    and no meet-     onj    d j d the schcol    vote conce rn the bond issue is    passed,    the  ing to obey an order in Sep- ings for weeks.     hjm    but with the    present eco . money would    not    have to    be  tember that he cut his hair and    The union represents about    65     nom j c  instability    he feds a $3 spent if economic conditions    de-  Florence E. Harman Awes, 214 trim his sideburns, which still    persons at the hotel.    million obligation    “may not be I teriorate.  James Dillon, route one, I Fifth street NW, widow of Earl reach to his chin.    --- fair t0 the pub i ic  ”    |--  Marion; fined $20 and costs. Awes and a lifelong resident of      Crewmen    Saved    j t cou j d  be. he noted that the    Curfew    Cut  Vehicle    control    violation    —    Cedar Rapids, died in a Cedar 20 YEARS AGO — The foreign    TOKYO (AP) — A Japanese    j and may bave  t 0  ^ purchased! BANGKOK (AP)     The Bur-  Sn^ y ^n S o^ th ;^t < ; entral    City;iR aP ids nursin g  home  Tuesday, ministers of the 14 nations of the    tugboat Friday rescued all    35     on a piecemea i    basis, rather mese government    Tuesday    cut  *  a c 1  ’    Mrs.    Awes was a member of St. North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-jc r e w rn e n from a sinking  than jn a  , ump sum    lhree hours from the curfew im .  Iowa    Johns    Episcopal church.    11ion agreed to bu.se Europe s freighter 1,1 OO miles east of One of the 15 parcels which posed last week after rioting in  Palo — George J. Young,    87.1 Surviving is a    son, William    H. defenses on the I S. atomic    ar- Japan, the Maritime    Safety    j be  commission hopes to buy is    Rangoon, the    Rangoon radio an-  Thursday at 10.30 at    SMir«aa*»ir Amr.«    senal.    Agency reported.     now  available — at an ap-nounced.  Mrs. Earl Awes  at 10:30 at St. Jude’s. Burial:    St. Joseph’s  cemetery, Stark Settlement. Vigil prayer service, Wednesday at 7:30 at Teahcn’s in Cedar Rapids where friends may call from 11-9 Wednesday.  Wyoming — Mrs. Leroy Pirks. 49. Friday at 1:30 at Zion Lutheran church. Visitation after IO Thursday at Hayden’s.  Dysart — Henry J. Moeller, 85. Thursday at I at Overton’s, Dysart.  iKnaack. Ames.    |senal.  Services: Turner chapel east by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski at a time to be announced. Friends may call at Turner east after I p.m. Wednesday.  Degree Days  Tuesday ............  40  Total to date.............2,141  Through Dec. 16, 1973 ... .1,846 Percent of normal year ... 28.5 Total normal year .......6,631  Coraiviile Lake  Pool level Tuesday.....  Fair 45-28 Tow, 4219 Dalewood avenue PtCldy 34-lO SE; Michael Anderson, 1906 Wilson avenue SW; Oliver Hollingsworth. 113 3 Twenty-first street NE; Emil Vig, 1131  Memorial Services  Klouda. Anna — Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in Brosh chapel ....    j    land IO a.m. in St. Wenceslaus  Manchester— Gordon Keop- Church by the Rev. Clarence pol. 68. Wednesday at 1:30 at 1  Frana .  Buria i :  St. John’s, belly’s.    Beadle, Alvin Herbert -  Edgewood — Earl W .Glee-  Turner  chapel east at 1:30 son, 62. Wednesday at 1:30 at! pm<  Wednesday bv the Rev.! Appleton’s. Masonic services at Allen S. Van Cleve. Burial: the Gleason home Tuesday at 8. Cedar Memorial.  Graveside services by Edge-  FLORIST  Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146  For 61 years . , .  flowers for all occasions!  John E. Lopes  308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511  Convenient downtown location  wood Legion post.  Keota — John Schmitt, 52, Seattle, a former Keota resident. Wednesday at 9:30 at SS. Peter and Paul church. Pravci  7^. , V.” r8t     service    Tuesday    at    8    at    Powell’s  Dorothy Hinman, Mt. Vernon; James Hacker, 1501 First avenue, Marion; Lulu Powers, 413ti Fourth avenue SW; Dan-jny Leonard, Ely; Nancy Hartl, em 7.1! Alburnett; Stephen Gee, route three. Cedar Rapids; David  where friends may call after 4 Tuesday.  Onslow — Dillon Bickford, 64. Wednesday at 1:30 at Hayden’s, Wyoming.  Donnelly, Mrs. Thomas P. —  Wednesday at 10:30 a m. at St. J Pius X church by the Rev. Bernard G. Collins. Burial: Holy Cross cemetery, Keystone. Father Collins and the Knights of Columbus will recite the Rosary Tuesday at 8 p.m.  Rebel Setback  Births  Mrs.  ave-  Edith Talbot, 1410 Thirty second street NE; each fined $15 and costs.  Mercy  Dec. 15 — To Mr. and Robert Avis, 2040 Grand lur, Marion, a son    I    |     m    p    r     „     p    P r turn  _  John   Dec. lb r<i the families of McKay, 1132 Twentv-ninth KSS*.*!!?NE; Mary Rathje. 104  MANILA (AP) — Government   ____________________ forces have seized the Moslem  Sch.de. Tenth f stre^NW; Rescued After 11 Days rebels’main ammunition supply  Of Floating on Barrel P° int and  headquarters for  daughter; Gary Reid. 3645 Bel Air SE, a daughter; Kenneth Scott, 1111 Westwood drive NW, a daughter.  I) fC<  j? — To Mr. and Mrs. (Jerilyn Russell Ayers, 930 South Eighth avenue, Marion, a son.  Third avenue, Marion; each fined $15 and costs.  Driver’s license  Zhorne,  violation —  1320 High-  southern Mindanao.  '(the Cnlitr Rn pul* (JnjeHe  RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - A Brazilian sailor spent ll days at  epa nn a harrpl hnfnrp Kpino EttOblltHcd in TIM bv Th* Goi*lt* Co. Sea On ti Odrrei octore tx mg  or)0  published doily ond Sunday at 500  rfhCPiipH f ha npwennnAr O f tioho ' Third ovt, SE#C*cJcir Rapids, Iowa 52406  rescued, ine newspaper U IjIODO Stcond clots policy* paid at Ctdor reported. It said Inocencio Rapid*. io*o.  Pereira Amaral was among six sailors on a boat transporting fruits to Surinam when the boat  wood drive NW: Cynthia Norden, 1316 Eighth street NW; {  each fined $15 and costs. Jeff sank.  Wise, 3402 Adeline court SW;|    -------  John Shover, Monticello; eachj Need help around the house?  Try a classified ad for the help IYanny.  y ° u need ;  $40 and  Births — St. Luke's  Dec. 16 — To the families of Carl Morning. 3920 E avenue f ine d $10 and costs NE, a daughter; Thomas Stiles. Resisting an officer  Hiawatha, a son; James Mon- j Leonard, Ely; fined  roe. 2040 Glass road NE, a I costs.  daughter.    . , ..  Right-of-way violation —  Marriage Licenses Paul June, 3102 Bowling street  a     ,    J    SW; fined $25 and costs.  Ann Woodward and Oscar ’  Johnson, Judith Slagenweit and Faulty equipment — Donald  Caleb Hill, all of Cedar Rapids. jGalterhaus, 1816 Fourth ave-  *    * nue SE; Carl Darby, 1627 First  Marriages Dissolved avenue SW; each fined $10 and  Sandra R. and David L. Phil-j frosts, lips. Virgil Leroy and Sally ■ Reckless driving — James Staton. Richard LeRoy and Mi- Dillon, route one, Marion; fined chele D. Frame. Mary E. and!$100 and costs.  James A. Benest.    .Striking    unattended vehicle!  Out-of-Town Births  At Marquette, Mich. — Mr.  arid Mrs. Del Fischer, a daughter Dec. 12. Maternal grand-! parents are Mr. arid Mrs.  Marion Keffcr, 1915 Third street SW.  Fires  2.24 p.m. Monday. Match to sofa at 135 Twentieth avenue SW  Magistrate’s Court  Speeding — Harold White,!  2387 Rompot street SE; Rich- j  arri Gourley, 619 Thirty -second j street NE; each fined $35 and] costs. Gary Frochlich, 3000 J j street SW; John Vaughn, Todd-]  Ville; Barry Jennings. 3138 Huxley lane SW; Susan Graham, Hiawatha; Marcella Fowler, 5443 Gordon avenue NW Roy Moocher, Hiawatha;  Subscription rotes bv carrier 95 cents a metk Bv moil: Niphl Edition ond Sunday * issues *3 75 a month, *39 OO a veer: Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 issues *3 15 a month, *40 OO a year. Other states and U S. territories *90 OO a veor. No Moil Subscriptions occeoted in areas hovmg Oozette carrier service  The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use tor republication of ail the loco) news printed in this news paper as well os oil AP newt dispatches  tell someone you core with flowers  Florist and Gift Shop  364-8139  phone answered 24 hours every day  Flowers Say What Words Can't  ive. Floral & Botanicals  39 16th Ave. f.W. 366-7148  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  many."    ^ rs -    ?    ^    Schmitt  1420 Daniels St. N E..  THE NATIVITY SCENE  AT  CEDAR MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME-CEMETERY  6:00 TO 9:00 P.M.  l    December    20th    thru    the    25th  ^    —  - - -  __________________________   

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