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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                he Cfdar Frl.. December 20, 1974 Problems Minor as Snow Magistrate Court Probe- Iowa City Dentist Shot While Hunting (Continued from Page 1.) CITY Or. Robert; 10 a in days suspended. He e in Harrow on Oct. 26. Blankets Most Of lOWa Charles Eugene Hippler, Drunk Driving Counts Robins died Thursdav after-1 United Press international ,dieted to taper off in residcnce of a gun-j Two aPPeared A winter storm slipped by noon but continue ovcrishot to (hc hcad magistrate's court on charges of Iowa overnight with southeast and east central The county medical examiner 'drunk driving. Term Suspended in cmm. rapine -sliD-'OTitions has ruled the death a suicide. i James Stumpff, 222 Tenth av-, r tions of wet snw causing My was discovered cnue was bound over to the Drug Law Violation pery driving conditions in manyi The weatner service was mj, rr _ j ______, .___ to Iowa City and took 1 ,lorth of Oxford. University hospitals, river and that no further; Tnc Jonnson couniy sheriffs Emergency! 'searching will be made there i department received a call of anj the abdomen wound [Or thc gun. accidental shooting shortly after'cd by i  at J Three Knoxville men were! Those involved in the may can at Murdoch charged Friday with robbery of were advised to move the !lome after l pm Sun. ]f they were dnveable ana to Three Men from Knoxville Held In Robbery Case COmp aming wiiuct.b urn nut ay urposes. City street crews reported no major problems Friday morning as most of the snow was melting as it hit the streets. Snow was to end in eastern Iowa Friday night. at First street E ____ pushed from the rear by an- other car. The train cleared the tracks and Herb drove north to the next corner and stopped for a traffic light where his car was again bumped from the rear. Got Out Herb got out of the car to find out what was happening and allegedly was beaten by the occupants of the other day. Friends may, if they wish, contribute to the St. Paul's Lutheran church memo- will Eu On interstate 80 in Johnson county, travelers warnings have wen issued by both the highway patrol and Johnson county sheriff's department. The interstate was snow- packed by 11 a.m. with an un- derlayer of ice. Nine cars were either in the ;ial fund. Further services be conducted by the Rev. gene Newell, Thursday, at St John's Lutheran church in Ml. Pleasant. Christmas Aid Fund Short, but Need Greater The number of persons who need assistance this Christmas exceed last year, Major Nine cars were enner in me ditch or off the roadway Adney toW the Chr.st- tween Iowa City and the Oxford three car. The three men allegedly look the coat Herb was wearing. One of the men drove Herb's car to a parking lot across the intersection and threw away his keys. Police learned of the incident when a passer-by alerted an of- ficer in the downtown area. When police arrived at the in- tersection, Herb ,was found standing against a building. He told them what happened and a description of the men's car was broadcast to other police units. Stopped Car The car was stopped few minutes later at the intersection of First avenue and Thompson drive SE. Police found Herb's coat on the car's back seat. Charged were: Daniel J. Stanley, 22; Lloyd D. Pearson, 24, and Wesley Bur- interchange by a.m. Mrs. Nyle Thomas, of Dallas City, HI., was injured when her car left the interstate one mile east of the Oxford in- terchange at approximately 9 i.'m. The car went into the median strip, struck a culvert and flipped over several times. She was undergoing treatment at University hospitals, but no condition report was available. A semi-trailer truck driven by Alex Kammer, Pcoria, 111., blocked the two cast lane? of .he interstate near the Iowa Jity Dubuque street exit about Three other cars were forced to leave the roadway to avoid a collision with the truck. mas committee of the Salvation Army Thursday noon. The Christmas Appeal fund to inance the expanded aid pro- jram has not reached its goal, iut Chairman James Oetken old the committee he is hopeful he needed contribution will be received before Christmas. He said contributions to date are which is 69 percent Drunk Driving Count Filed after Accident Raymond A. Wemhoner, 53, of 105 Northview drive, Hiawatha. distribution of already under food way, of the goal. With orders _.. Major Adney told the commit ,ee more than 40 volunteers also are participating in a project lo deliver Christmas remem- brances to more than 900 indi- viduals in nursing homes, hos pitals and other institutions. More than persons, no including shut-ins, were servec last year. They included 2.985 adults and children in families throughout the community a well as another 76 elderly per FINE HOME FURNISHINGS Open Tonite 'til 9 Texas Instruments electronic calculator TI-15OO Small enough for your pocket. Priced! for your budget. NOW 4995 105 Northview drive, Hiawama, wen as amnner ID cmcuj- yci- was charged with drunk driving sons who received food baskets Thursday after a car-truck 87 others served dinners at Icident in the 4200 block Salvation Army. Center Point road XE. This year's dinner for the el- ton Bloom, jr., 23. All three were taken to the bond. Police said the truck driven derly, being served in coopera by Ralph L. Edward. 55. of 1324 tion with the Council on Aging, A avenue NW, was stopped in will be Saturday at at thej the northbound lane to make a Salvation Army corps commu-j left turn into a business in thejnity center, 1000 C avenue .NW.! Thc Salvation Army has been designated as the community clearing house for Christmas aid projects to avoid duplication and to insure that every family 4200 block of Center Point road NE when the car driven by All three were taken o his vehicle in county jail in lieu of Jones Coasting Hill Opens, Wax Those Runners Get out that paraffin and wax up those sled runners. That's the word from Nat Hull, assistant director of the city recreation commission, who announced the opening of the Jones park coasting hill Friday. The coasting hill was to open at 4 p.m. Friday and will close at 10 p.m. Saturday and Monday the hill will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Hull said, and Sunday from 1 to 9 p.m. For those lucky ones who re- ceived sleds, toboggans, saucers, or want to try out gar- bage can lids, cardboard and the like on Christmas day, the hill will be opened at 1 p.m. j Hull pointed out the coasting, run is supervised, the warming house is heated and the lights will be lighted. j The run will be opened week-i days at 10 a.m. throughout the; Christmas vacation period. j the rear. Wemhoner's car north before coming to a stop iniin need of help is served. the 5100 block of Center Point' Contributions can be mailed j NE. ito Christmas Appeal, Salvation No injuries were reported. i Army, Box 833. Notice these outstanding features: Percent key allows easy calculation of taxes, discounts, mark- ups, and ratios expressed as percentages. 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