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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obituaries Snow is expected Monday night the central Rockies info parts of the mid Mis- sissippi valley. Rain is expected from Oklahoma to Ohio. Mostly fair elsewhere. The Weather Bisi........ ..-.............._.._ cnicaqo ...4231 N. Orleans .6957 Denver ___4828 .01 New York 43 33 Dulllth ...2524.U Phoenix ..7047 Honolulu ...85 72 .17 Seattle ....42 31 Houston ...7664 Washlnqton 47 30 C. R. Weather High Sunday.................41 ..........28 ..........40 Low overnight Noon Monday 2 p.m. Monday...............41 Precipitation ..............None Total for December Normal for December Normal thru December Total for 1974 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon ...0.71 ...1.43 .33.18 .40.03 ..30.09 ..73% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., calm. Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 32; low, 30; precipitation 0.24. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Ili-Lo ..Cloudy 14-1B Magistrate's Court Speeding Carl Gaulke, j route two, Marion; fined and costs. Raymond Smith, Fail-land, Ind.; Paul Gik-hrist, Honey hill SE; Charles Cottrell, 4631 Midway drive NW; Diana Johnson, 950 Twelfth street, Marion; Thomas Appleby, 410 Second street SW; Handy Bui- man, 3G9 Seventeenth street SE; Milton Turner, 1731 Four- teenth avenue SE; Dean Hart- man, Palo; Joseph Engel, route two, Cedar Hapids; Frank Saz- pal. Swisher; each fined S30 and costs. James Ridings, 511C J street SW; Steven Lee, 134 Nineteenth street NW; Randa] Ridenour. Eighteenth street NE; Jerry Schneekloth 1825 Bever avenue SE; Daniel Rcilly, 1500 Oakland road NE Vallic Lucas, Mt. yemon; Ron- ald Downs, 912 Eighth avenue Bismarck ..Snow 32-22 Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moine.s Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee .....Cloudy 34-27 .....Shwrs 50-32 .Kain 43-33 .Snow 28-12 Cloudy 39-23 .......Rain 4G-34 .Snow 30-20 Mpls.-St. Paul .Cloudy 21-7 Omaha ..........Cloudy 27-14 St. Louis ..........Kain 40-25 Sioux Falls.......Cloudy 19-j (B) Below zero Degree Days Saturday ..................47 Sunday Total 10 dale ...........2.309 Sexton, 45. Tuesday at 10, St 3 r i d g c t' s Catholic church Bluff ton. Burial: St. Benedict's e m e t e r y Dccorah. Rosary Monday at 8 and 9, Olson-Fjel- stul. '__________ Dccorah Norris "Pat" Wil- iams, 59. Tuesday at '2, De- :orah Lutheran church Steinc's. Sigourney Addie Rynear- son, 89, Lombard, 111. Thursday at 2, Reynolds', where friends nay call after noon Wednes- day. Anamosa Leo R Ankeny 72. Cremation; no services. Dysarl Elizabeth Skersick R5. Thursday at 10 at Overton's Dysart. Independence Keith "Wil son, 54. Tuesday at 0 tit St John's. Parish Rosary Mondaj at 3 and wake service at 7 a While's. Burial: Inunaculat Conception cemetery, Fairbank Bessie Fisher, 50 at Graci SE; Michael Smith, Twenty-seventh s t r e ct 228 NW; Charles Marsh, 1366 Third street NW; Gary Boylcs, 50 Second street SW; each finec S20 and costs. Right-of-way violation Shebelka, route two, Rapids; fined S20 anc violation Dcbra Cedar costs. Vehicle control George Glass, 813 street SE; fined ?30 and costs Jerome Turner, route one Marion; fined and costs. Prohibited passing Francis Welter, Masonville; and costs. Steven fined Lee, Through Dec. 23 Percent of normal year Total normal year Coraiville Lake Pool level Monday 676.58. Births St. Luke's Dec. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Harris, 5609 J street SW, a sun. Dec. 22 To the families of Gpnrrre Onmminiis, Vinton. a son; John Fcucrbacli, Keystone, a son; Jeffrey BoiirRcnis, 251 Northview place NE, a son. Births Mercy Dec. 21 To the families of Harold Walker, 240 Eleventh Marion, a son; Gregory Barren, Van Home, a daughter. Dec. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Glancman. 7100 Mt. Vernon road SE, a son. Out of Town Births At McChord air force base, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Miler, a son Dec. 21. Mrs. Miler is thp daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Patterson, 5701 Co- lorado drive SW. Marriage Licenses Debbie Baldwin and Kevin Malampby, Beverly Mallas and Ernest HaRerman, Patricia Vo- macka and Gordon Powers, Jeannio Lynch and Ronald Franks, .linger Dayton and Irvin Blattner, Robin Hootman and Kenneth Hootman, all of Cedar Rapids. Gail Grimm, Cedar Rapids, and .Lavcrne Murphy. Belle Plainc. Petition for Bankruptcy David J. and Karen K. Fer- nandez HI, 270 Twenty-fourth avenue SW. Both listed debts ol S27.3Rfi.ri5 and assets of with claimed as exempt. Richard W. Reutner, Lime Springs, formerly doing busi- ness as 'Reutner Construction and doing business as Reutner Brothers of Newr.islle, Wyom- ing, amd Lime Springs. Debts: S5n.ri26.5n. Assets: S2C.781.6I1. with S350 claimed as exempt. LeRoy Kdwarrl Raliman If, Waterloo, doing business as Lee's MFA Insurance, Cedar Falls. Debts: Assets: S'l. 131.81, will) as exempt. Nineteenth street NW; fined and 'costs. Draff racinK Gordon Bent- Icy, 160 Ridge court, Marion fined 575 and costs. Plate violation Kcnnetl Stangland, Williamsburg; fined S20 and costs. Improper registration Kevin McCarthy, 2042 Knoll- shire drive NE; fined and costs. Traffic sicnal violation Carl Gaulke. route two, Marion two charges; fined ant eosls on each charge. Ronnie Taggart. 1422 N street SW fined and costs. Debbi Annan, SHOO Adel street SE iCathic Conwcll, Springdalc 'Del mar Cobym, Old Marion road NE; Dale Lewis MaienKu. Pricu, 521 Third avenue SW; each fined and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Sandra Smith, 215 Atwnod Oclwcin Tuesday at United Methodist church Brant-Kerns' Mt. Vernon Imogen B Emery, 87. Turned chapel east Cedar Rapids. Milo V. Nemocek Robert Tharp Milo V. Ncmecek, 80, of 302U Robert Tharp, 54. Ozone Hark, ever avenue SE, died SundayjN.Y., died there Saturday. He ollowing a brief illness. {lived in Cedar Rapids some 20 Horn June 6, 1894, In Cedar years ago. Missing In C. R. Market A Dysart man reported to police a billfold containing more lhan in cash, checks and a money order was lost or sto- len Salurd-ay afternoon. Russell Callahan told police he lost his black billfold while at the A and! P store, 2727 Six- teenth avenue SW. He said the billfold contained a money order, two checks amounting to andi in cash. lapids, he had been a life-long esidcnt of this city and had jcen a machinist for Quaker Jats Co. for 35 years. He was a member of the International issn. of Machinists and a veler- in of World war I. Surviving are one daughter. Vlrs. Donald Stastny, Cedar lapids; two sons, Ivan Neme- cck, Lawrence, Kan., and Dr. )ean N e m e c e k, Rochester, seven grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Fred Young, Cedar Rapids. Services: Turner chapel west at p.m. Thursday by the ?ev. William Harnish. Burial: Cedar Memorial Friends may call at Turner's west until 1 >.m. Thursday. The casket will not be open after the service. The family suggest that friends nay, if they wish, contribute lo :he Cancer Fund. Minerve Cline Minerve M. Pyatt Cline, lormorly of 2435 Franklin ave- nue NE, died Sunday in a local nursing home after a long illness. Born Nov. 19, 1891, in Dundas, Minn., she had made her home with a daughter, Mrs. Edwarc Wagner. In addition to Mrs. Wagner, she is survived by a son, James B. Pyatt, Hutchinson, Kan.; two daughters, Mrs. Howarc French, Lewellen, Neb. Mrs. Edward Wagner, Cedar Rapids; a stepson, Albert Cline, Cedar Rapids, and two stepdaughters. Mrs. Grace Kleinhans and Mrs. Edward Bednasek, both of Cedar Rapids; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Stewart funeral home Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The body will be :akcn to Parker funeral home, ?aribaull, Minn., where ser- vices will be conducted Friday at 11 a.m. Burial: Oakwood cemetery, Austin, Minn. Survivors include his wife, the former Catherine Noble of Cedar Hapids, lo whom he was married May C, 1948. Services: Thursday at at )uponl-Darmstadt funeral home, Kew Gardens, N.Y. Tile Crdar Rapids Mon., Wecembcr 23, 1074 1 SHOPPING DAY .TILL CHRISTMAS Another Woe for C. R. Family; Gifts Stolen Memorial Services Myers, Lillian C. Turner chapel east at p.m. Tucs- lay by Dr. Arnold Herbst.: Surial; Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east mtil 1 p.m. Tuesday. The cas- cel will not be opened after the service. The family suggests thai friends may, if they wish, contribute to the American Diabetes Assn. or to the mcmo- ial fund of St. Paul's United Methodist church. Public Service Christmas Schedules Told Except for the Johnson county SEATS bus service for the elder- ly, things will be pretty much at a standstill Christmas day. Although the Johnson county Council Soys Sheriff Films Probably Okay By Roland Krekcler A Cedar Rapids woman hopes a thief who stole items from her car at the K mart west parking llot Sunday evening will return them if he finds out they repre- 'sent nearly all her family's Christmas gifts, bought borrowed money. In case her plea rest for six other children and a daughtcr-ln law. She said she parked as close as she could to the entrance, since she was unable to lock the station wagon, thinking that since it was parked in a well- lighted area no one would have with I the nerve to steal the presents. But when she came out about she said, the gifts, most of docs jn a big red piastic sack vork, anyone who saw someone one in a box, were gone, aking items from a blue 1964 This is not the first strok labout or Linn Sheriff Walter Grant was'taking told Monday he can probably'Buick station wagon parked continue lo show law enforce-inuar tho entrance to the store i. Sunday hotel and motel meeting thaTmignl' in without causing the host the thief, lablishments to lose their liquor, Mrs. Dennis Hartman told The Gazette her family does not r., ment training films in local rcport ,0 system run, the Linn county SEATS buses not Elna K. Voss Elna K. Yoss, C6, a former Cedar Rapids resident, died Tuesday at Mesa, Ariz. She moved to Arizona 12 years ago from Cedar Hapids, where she was employed as an inspector at Collins Radio Co. She is survived toy a sister, Edna Yoss, of Mesa. Services .and 'burial were in Mesa. roll Wednesday. And the SEATS dispatch office will close at 2 p.m. Tuesday. City hall will be closed Wednesday, as will the offices in the federal building. The Linn county courthouse will close at noon Tuesday 'and Remain closed Christmas day. Those wanting marriage li- censes for weekend weddings must apply by noon Tuesday. Garbage pick-up will not be nade Wednesday, and the schedule will be set back a day. RTA buses will not run Christ- mas day. The Cedar Rapids public li- brary will close at 1 p.m. Tues- day adn reopen Thursday. The post office will close Wednesday only. All Coe college offices will be closed from noon Tuesday through Thursday. Gage Union will stay shutlered Friday. privileges. Grant asked the Cedar Rapids city council if an ordinance pro- hibiting the showing of films and slides in establishments with liquor licenses would apply to his training materials. "This throws a terrific handi- cap on training programs we the sheriff complained. Mayor Don Canney said he 'doubts very seriously" if the council would revoke or suspend a license under the conditions Grant described. stroke of bad luck for the Hartman [ami- Mrs. Hartman said her hus- band has been laid off from sev- eral jobs this year (he was a construction worker) and is un- employed now. Also, their resi- dence was broken into twice last have a phone, but that if Ihe summer anti several items slo- Ihief does wanl to return Chrislmas gifts they should be taken lo (heir residence at 1337 Fourlh street NW. She said she had borrowed money (or the gifts and spent about on them, when she remembered there was an- other gift she wanted to buy, so she stopped at the shopping He refused to promise that wouldn't happen, though. He said if the films were shown in the same room arid at the same lime as liquor was being center. Many of the gifts were for a 2-year-old son and the (Continued from Page 1.) ery of the Abu Rodeis oil fields, Ithc strategic Mitla and Jidi mountain passes, or both. Israel served the council might de- ,js seekjng'a number of polilical Evidence Morals Cases Dropped Charges against employes of the Ebony Massage Parlor, 225 Fourteenth avenue SE, for al- 1 e g e d prostitution activities have been dismissed in magis- trate's court because evidence submitted against them was "frivolous." according to the judge. drive SW; fined and costs. judgc Anthony Scolaro dis- missed the charges Friday fol- lowing a preliminary hearing. The women who had been charged were Angclla C. Gret- ten, 30, of 2275 C street SW, and Pamela L. Morrison, 19, no address, both charged with prostitution, and Bamie Pate, 21. no address, charged witli soliciting for prostitution. Miss Grcttcn and Miss Mor- rison were arrested Dec. 10 fol- lowing a raid on the massage Improper turn .leanettc Pityer, 78 Thirty-sixth avenue SW: fined and costs. Faulty equipment David Gingerich. 1020 A avenue NW; LaVcrn Hess, 115 Fifteenth av- ute SE; each fined and ists. Iowa Deaths New Albin Janice Colleen Kestcr, 18. Tuesday at 11, St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rosa- ry Monday at New Albin funeral chapel. Burkc-Thorn- burg, Lansing. Worlhlnglon Alvina L. Soppe, 66. Tuesday at St. Paul's Catholic church. Rosary Monday at Kramer's, Dyersville. Manchester Miss F. Louise Dunham, 57. Tuesday at Shelly's, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. Waukon Anna Houlihan. Martin's. Keystone Elma Knipp, 69. Tuesday at II, St. John's Lu- theran church. Fcllmct's. Central City Irma M. Pat- ten, !17. Tuesday at II. United Methodist church. Murdoch's. Tho caskcl. will be open after 10 a.m. Tuesday. Walker Howard M. Rose, Monday al. 7, Murdoch's, nurial Thursday at Trenton, Mo. Winlhrnp George Koohy, 47. Tuesday at 2, Fawcett's. A memorial fund has been es- tablished. Wiiiiiirnp William F. Bit. Thursday at II, St. Patrick's Calhnlic church. Friends nuiy call afler noon Wednestlay al Fawcett's. Virlor Glen Slnvenhagen, Venezuela Completes Oil Takeover Bill The draft of a bill to complete the nationalization of American oil holdings in Venezuela was being submitted lo President Carlos Andres Monday. Perez, who pledged when he look office last spring lo nation- alize the oil and iron ore indus- tries and make the country eco- nomically independent, is ex- pected lo present the bill to the Venezuelan congress in March Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398-5605' Klscwhrre HOO-332-5934 Fires a.m. Monday. Assistance call al 213 Twenty-third street drive SK. parlor, and Miss Pale turned :icrsclf in to police later. Shock Justice Scolaro said he dismissed the charges because the county at- torney's office failed to show 'probable cause." "They didn't give me enough evidence lo show me a crime liad been said Sco- iaro. The evidence presented was Jie Said, for such a serious crime. "The evidence was very weak at this stage of the proceedings, and I had no alternative but lo dismiss the charges. I said al the time the evidence shocked my sense of the judge said. Scolaro said the county altor- ney could either file a true in- formation in the cases or submi them to the grand jury. "If lie has further evidence, would urge him to take it to the grand Scolaro said. To Grand Jury? Tom lloran, assistant county; attorney, said he had just been notified of the dismissal of the charges. No decision has been made on whether to proceed lo Hie grand jury with Ilie charges, he said. LI. William Byrne of the Cedar Rapids police department said he could not understand how Hie charges could have been dismissed. "In my opinion, we followed all of I he necessary sleps lo en- sure a correct arrest. "We had probable cause, olh- erwise we would not have ar- rcsled. Prostitution is an ex- tremely difficult case lo prove anytime. "This ruling makes it that much moro difficult." said j Byrne. j f. 4 Belong PIERSON'S FLOWER SHOP 

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