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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATIONAL WfATMM $f*V!Cf FOHCAST to 7AM IST 30.00 39.77 French U.S. Leader Says Ignores Europe Voters Reject Bond Proposal At Alburnett Hie Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed , August 28, 1974 3A —Ford— (Continued from Page l l which F'ord ‘No Possibility” rights of privacy ALBURNETT — Voters here I has headed PARIS (UPI) — French Presi-1 policies and in none of their rejected a $225,000 school bond dent Valery Giscard D’Estaing statements was the word Europe jSSue here Tuesday, and results    1    uss,mm-v    Staci    Moore,    4,    of    6021    Easting accused the U.S. of ignore pronounced,” he said.    of a special IO to 15 mill levy! Of controls, Ford said: “The view drive NW. Wednesday was mg Europe and has appealed) jje sajd “the modern world were uncertain initially.    situation is this. I had a meet-jin stable condition at Mercy I for increased political and econ-1 wjn be really a modern world The $225,000 bond issue would in8 with the congressional hospital with abrasions suffered j amic union on the continent. i0njy wh(.n the map no longer I have gone for completion of the | leadership and my own advisers at 5:31 p.m. Tuesday when she “Europe must depend only on'carries a simple divide at the '1974 building project for a jun itself for its organization,” he place of Europe.”    Iior-senior high school building. ( [said Tuesday in a nationwide Giscard said France would I There were 217 yes voles and an.rt.rfconfr,ols- „ „    ... radio and television address. |Ur((c its Common Market part-hr,!) no votes, for a 57 71 favor-'    - Kepuhll(an an(l.    front    of    the    injured girl's home. discard said President Fordjners to speed up economic and able vote. A 60 percent majority and his predecessor, Richard monetary union, stalled since is required for passage. (Nixon, failed to mention Europe last year’s money upheavals. ; Qn tbe IO to 15 mill annual! i in foreign |H)licy speeches dur-1 He also said he would offer (levy question the vote was 200 (mg the recent change of power (ideas for setting up a political yes and 167 no, for a 54.5 (in Washington.    union for France, West Ger- cent favorable vote. Official “During (his change, the out- many, Britain, Italy, the Nether- were not certain what ,    •-    •-    jge IM) French Presi-(policies and Giscard D’Estaing statements w Girl, 4, Hurt; Bicycle Struck By Automobile at which there was agreement apparently rode hre bicycle into (that I would not ask for wage the path of a car. happened 1*1 WI ATMI It FOTCX AM i> going President and the new .lands, Belgium, Luxembourg, age was required for pa President made statements de- Denmark and Ireland The president's criticism of the U.S. came as a .surprise for much of the audience. voted to home and external Rain is expected Wednesday night over the mid Plains and from the mid Gulf coast, northeast through the Mississippi valley, the lower Lakes and into parts of the Northeast. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. DEATHS The Weather Hioh temperatures Tuesday, low tem- peratures overnight arid inches OI pre ciDitatjon: Anchorage 64 58 .22 L Angeles 81 61 Atlanta 91 /I M ami 86 78 Bismarck 74 SI .13 Min'apons 75 51 Chicago 78 66 .10 N. Orleans 90 77 .57 Denver 80 50 New York 16 74 Duluth 65 39 Phoenix HO 77 Honolulu 87 73 Seattle SS 61 Houston 89 79 .06 Washington 89 74 Reif, Edward ('. at 10:30 at St. church by the Rev. Clarence! Prana. Burial: Czech National. Rosary Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at    Janeba-Kuba    funeral! home west. Barker, Raymond I*. Graveside services Thursday at 9 a.m. at Oak Hill cemetery by each fined $30 and costs    MT    AE COH Pl THI John Brokaw, 2140 A avenue,    fllwUll ET ll III call at Beatty-Beurle chapel Marion; Jon McMurrin, Central ITO _.    .    dUer 7 p m’ Wednesday. City; Dennis Tallman, North;    U.S. District Judge Edward J.    Lowe,    Blanche I).    lo a m. Liberty; Steven    Bradley, Man-    McManus Wednesday issued an    Thursday in Brosh    chapel by chester; David    DeLong, 924    order naming a trustee and out lining the procedure to be fol-l -Reservations- (Continued from Page I.) The speech had been expected put up by his company, but to deal largely with domestic!was returned Tuesday, problems in a nalion plagued This latest development Thursday,by galloping inflation and de-(comes in the wake of a summer wenccsiausicj|nj|jg business prosperity. Order Trustee Sn Operation of Wascott Firm Becky Becomes Hurricane; No The accident happened in The Republican and Democratic leadership agreed there; police said Julien P. Specht, was no possibility that congress 34, of 6020 Langdon avenue SW, in this 1074 session would ap- was the driver of the car. No prove controls. And . . . labor charges were filed, and management almost unani-Per' imously believe that re-imposi-tion of controls would be un- percent-jwisp “Under all these circumstances, it means, that wage arid price controls are out.” Asked whether he will run for election in 1976 with Rockefeller as his running mate. Ford said this probably would be the case because he considers himself and fhe former New York gov- of setbacks for the reservation :ernor a Rood teaim. But he service    emphasized that the decision, . Premature news releases, in- wiH ^ UP t0 the Republican na- in3urics to hcr mouth and nght correct publication of incorrect J*003* convention, telephone numbers and other Force Way into VA Office, Nai it, * * * Two drivers suffered minor injuries at 7:10 a m. Wednesday at the intersection of Eighteenth street and Johnson avenue NW when the cars they were driving collided. Marvin N. Christensen, 47, West Des Moines, suffered a head injury. He refused treatment. The other driver, Connie Lea Burgess, 26. of 1074 Rainbow boulevard. Hiawatha, suffered Extended Forecast — Chance of rain Friday night and Saturday becoming partly cloudy Sunday. Highs in 70s and lows in'son, 50s. Owen street NW; Martha Ste vert, 814 Third avenue SW;,,    ,    .    ...    , Karren Buck, 904 Owen street .lowed the reoiganization of NW; Michael Kriegenmcire, Truck-O-Matic, Inc., a Walcott-3150 Bayberry drive SW“based fjrm which is claimed to Marilyn Stephenson, 7100 Mt. Vernon road SE; Michael Car- the Rev. Martin Czech National. Pfab. Burial: C. R. Weather High Tuesday ............ .. 78 Low overnight ........ ....    57 Noon Wednesday ............ 70 2 p.m. Wednesday........... 72 Precipitation ............none! Total for August ............7.27, Normal for August .........2.97 Normal through August .. 23.16 Total for 1974 ............ 38.76 Barometer, steady ........30.05 Humidity at noon ......... 65% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. NE at 8 mph. be insolvent. Alburnett; Kenneth Goo-) Company President Peter j dell, route one, Cedar Rapids; deK. Dusinberre, jr., has pcti-i Marjorie Porter, 124 K avenue Ironed for reorganization under) NW; each fined $20 and costs. a S(atU{e 0f tbe federal bank-1 ruptcy act. Kin of Mexican Chief Kidnaped lie ;mix"uPs t0°k place when the’ I hreat to U. b. (operation began in late June. tr    I Rossie indicated Wednesday! MIAMI (AP) — Tropical!(hat these problems, which he; Storm Becky became the first j claimed were the responsibility! hurricane of the 1974 season Lf the National Park Service. Wednesday but weathermen said Lould bo ,aid at the fecl of Car, I posed no threat to the U.S. as chrfstensen, the agency official }cun"    . it moved stow^ acrowlbc ope" L charge 0, coordinating ,hc '°tr“d ‘£f'r ,n“>the »«!« Atlantic, 200 miles west of Ber- |™rv,jr.P with pac    iof the chief of the Veterans Ad- i Door Shut; Held WASHINGTON (AFO - Two men and a young woman forearm. She was treated by a private physical Police charged Christensen with entering a through street after he allegedly tried to cross Johnson avenue and collided with the car driven by Miss Burgess. muda. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Becky was [service with PRS Not in Favor Christensen has been quoted He listed assets for the firm, which has truck fuel and washing facilities in Iowa and six other states, of $2,666,458 and debts of $3,157,286. GUADALAJARA, M e x (UPI) — Four armed men naped President Luis Echever- ria’s father-in-law after intercepting the which he was riding. Two communiques from Sun rises Thursday, 6:29; sun Alexander, 1627 First street cote 7    SW; Steven Bradley, Manses, /.to.    chester; each fined $10 and each fined $2(1 and costs. Phillip Oliver, 1712 Twelfth avenue SE; fined $15 and costs. Right-of-way violation — Ronald Kula, Central City; fined $30 and costs. Improper turn — James Barnett, 3819 Sixteenth avenue SW; fined $15 and costs. Improper registration — Paul Bonnett, route three, Cedar Rapids; fined $15 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Franklin Kruse, Vinton; fined)corporation and given authority Zuno Hernandez. $15 and costs. Faulty equipment — Michael Beer, 5517 D avenue NW; Kurt packing winds of 75 miles an (gently as saying he was hour, one mile above minimum I awarding the initial contract to ’RS. north-' “Since he was against us from /[hurricane kld-' Reeky level. was moving northeast at about 12 miles an ^be start, and there were those |harm me ministration Wednesday, nailed his door shut, talked to him. and then were arrested. Richard Roudcbush, nominat-l ed by President Ford to be VA administrator, said, “There was no violence of any type. They Wednesday |hour and was cxpccted t0 cony early problems caused by the car in the! tinue at about the same speed [Park service two and two well, we just put together,” Complete Operation Davenport attorney Ray through Wednesday night. , , .    .    .    ...    . A projected path would keep j commented abductors were found at two dif- the ccn(cr more than 10# mj|es ,t has ah ferent locations shortly after the nor(bweJ>), Qf B0rmuda forecast-1 favoritism may have been —Space— (Continued from Page I.) which docked onto Salyut 3 for two weeks while the two crewmen worked aboard the orbiting lab. Confounded Experts The news of Soyuz’ return confounded Western space experts who expected the cosup at least a The    trio were identified    tenta n ;    J lively    as Gonzalo Larego.    Jack ossl    (Smith    and Ellen Hawkins.    They    week    and    dock    with the orbiting said they were protesting    steps    space    laboratory. kidnaping. The contents were Wa1-1 not immediately divulged. It has also been charged that ,‘u Km... J Men by Ford and congress to cut back a GI education bill “That certainly is a surprise,” one Western specialist ere said. But they warned that a f^tor in PRS getting the con-:vvorkpd out bv senate-house con- said. “Even though they never asterly movement or tract, since company President for    •    sneHfieallv    said    they    would them Year Ago Today — low, 75; rainfall, none. High, 92;(costs. Intoxication — Mark Webb, ;jr., Davenport; fined $40 and Traveler’s Forecast    co^ Obstructing crossing — Chi-Thursday    cago,    North    Western    Transpor- Weather, Hi-Lo tation Co.; fined $20 and costs. PtCldy 7n-41 Meter violation — Richard ton was named trustee of the The victim was J. Guadalupe greater strengthening than an- Donald Middleton of Claremont. iticipated could bring    gale force I Calif.. and park service    Direc to take over    complete operation    First    word    of    the    abduction —    winds over or very    near Ber-/°r Ronald Walker arc friends. of the business.    ^he boldest yet in this second muda.    Rossie    denied    the He is to file a    report with    I he;    largest    city    of    Mexico — was    Alma, the season’s    first tropi- Wednesday but said he court within    90    days as to    the    received from    an    anonymous    cal storm, died over northern care to comment further,    as “it desirability of the continuance caller by a newspaper.    Venezuela this month after buf--will aU come out in court.” It was subsequently confirmed feting Trinidad.    “Substantial” Damages specifically said dock we fully to.” A Western expected expert said of the firm’s operation In addition, he is to file a list Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati ... Cleveland Des Moines . . Detroit Indianapolis . Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha ...... St. Louis .... Sioux Falls . . of all creditors and stockholders]^ authorities. by Sept. 6 and make monthly fi- Policc said thc kidnapers ap-nancial reports to the court. parcntly shoved the victim into A date is to be fixed later for another vehicle and sped off fcrees Roudebush told a reporter he [told the trio. “You don’t have to charer break in and nail the door” to | A Western    .... did no! Sd to talk to him. Ho said ho I'^Soviets would probably deny 'told them they would be arrest- an-v'hln,!, wcnt wrons wl,d lhe led and they said. "We know it.” fllShl, and maintain its goal was After hall an hour of discus-1 simp|V ,0 prac,lce n,*ht ap' sion. Roudebush said, he asked;Proes' DeBaca Appointment Reaffirmed by Ford PtCldy 75-591Appleoff. 226 Twenty-ninth the competion of a reorganize-; Guadalajara has been Tshwrs 80-60 street drive SE; fined $15 andron plan. if such reorganization(wracked by violence and kid- is found to be warranted. 'napings in the last two years. costs. Vehicle control violation Merle Drexler, Center Point;! fined $25 and costs. Tshwrs 74-56 PtClriv 71-52 PtCldy 76-55 Cloudy 75-56 Tshwrs 8>-65 PtCldy 68-57 PtCldy 70-48 Marengo — Louise C. Tshwrs 75-50 Spoerry, 87. Friday at 1:30 at'othcrs Tshwrs 85-70 Hoover Valentine’s. VLsition Cloudy 69-45 after IO a.m. Thursday. Iowa Deaths Enjoined Another provision in    Mc Manus’ order was to enjoin all | creditors,    stockholders    and; from bringing action I against Truck-O-Matic, property; Gang Members Charged with Four Murders The court action, he said,    to    take    their    hammer    and)    “But    something    feels    wrong Iinclude a request for stibsfan- ynnajj the door, which they did.jabout that,” he said. “The jtial” damages from the govern- "They gave me the hammer as! Sovuz 14 cosmonauts took up ment agency.    a    souvenir,”    he    added.    enough food to the Salyut for a WASHINGTON (AP) — Pres- “We have had trouble with when they left they were ar- second team of cosmonauts and ident Ford has reaffirmed the!them a11 summer,” Rossie said. rested by General Service Ad- all the suggestions were that appointment ot Fernando DeBa- There are major areas of dis-    ministration    police and    taken    to    they would board.” ca as the first special assistant agreement. Some national parks    a stati0n for booking for Hispanic affairs.    absolutely refused to do what The preliminary’ charge DeBaca, a Mexican-American they were contractually obligat- destruction of government prop Both recent Soyuz missions and native of Albuquerque, was ed to do. We have had $20,000 a    er|V    have been in preparation    for    a named to the position July IO by week losses because of it,” Ros-    Roudebush    said the    trio    broke    joint Soviet-Amcrican    space Richard Nixon but had not sie asserted.    a    couple    of    chairs    and    a    picture    venture scheduled for July. Joint Venture was work when Nixon re- Mississippi Staqes (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 4.6, fall .6 Lansing (18) 8.3, rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 12.4. rise .3 McGregor (18) 6.7. no change Guttenberg (15) 4.0, rise .2 Dubuque (17) 7.3, rise .6 Davenport (15) 4.5. fall .6 Keokuk (16) 4.2, no change Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.7, no change Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday 691.52 Births — Mercy Aug. 27 — To the families of Roger Riggins, Tower Terrace. Marion, a daughter; Michael Barton. 1707 Thirteenth avenue SE. a son; Norman Cummins. Toledo Lloyd T. Fisher, 89. owned by the firm or the trust-, Henderson’s.    I    ec. Belle Plaine — John (Short)    judge had previously or- Pef iters- Ha! vcrson’s *    *    j^red a Florida landowner to Belle Plaine — William I), delay evicting a company fran-Carpenter, 74. Peffers-Halver- chise for non-payment of rent. son’s.    __ _ Trucker Fined For Not Having Physical Exam Arlington — Howard Dow Clute, 74. Friday at 1:30 at United Methodist church. Visitation after 1:30 Thursday at Gleim's. Tama — Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Plowman. Graveside .services Wednesday at 3, Woodlawn cemetery, Toledo. Mason-Hand’s. Aurora — Edwin Wright, 46. Friday at 1:30 at St. Paul’s,.    ,    ,    .    ,    . Lutheran church. Visitation fallure to have an updated phys-after noon Thursday at Kreus- ical examination report, as re-sel-Fawcctt’s, Lamont.    quired by federal law. Marion Francis McNeil, a A Jamaica, Iowa, truck driver Tuesday was fined $100 by U.S. J Magistrate James Hodges for; HOUSTON (AP) - Six members of a burglary ring calling themselves the “Brady Bunch” have been charged with [capital murder in the deaths of four persons, authorities said. Charged Tuesday night were Richard Vargas, 23; Emily Vargas Saenz, 20; Joe Louis, 24; Angel Fuentes. 21; Ernest Moya, 34, and Bernardino Sierra, 25. [all of Houston. All wfere held without bond. Asst. Dist. Atty. George Karam said the charges could clear 25 to 30 burglaries and robberies and possibly other murders from police records started signed. DeBaca met with Ford last week and was assured he was (still wanted. He arrived at the vations White House this week and of- campers ficially starts work Sept. I. For one thing, he contended.: m nailing the door shut, parks either refused to make reservations for campers through PRS or refused reser- “Mustn t Drive Papa s Cadillac over Cliff ' SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Pinna Perry. 3, has discovered for herself why she shouldn’t fool with daddy’s car. Pinna moved into the driver’s seat while left alone in the car. She apparently released the completely and have sites on a come, first served basis. PRS received a $2 fee making reservations. “Inexcusable” Rossi* commented that National Park Service’s let first Lawmaker Asks Pool for Ford for American officials have report-ed'v been pressing the Russians to test the redesigned Scyuz craft and its linkup equipment thoroughly. Maj. Gen. Vladimir Shatalov, [the chief of cosmonaut training, [paid in a Tass interview Tues- Pres- j systems service every ships.” party.    Last mon'h’s and in improving the for controlling piloted linkup of Soyuz 1349 Hertz drive SE, a daughter.    memorial    fund    has    been Aug. 28    To the families of I famished. George L. Gay’s. Richard Knapp. 207 Twenty-seventh street NW a daughter: Mark Mind rum. 920 Harvest drive NW, a daughter. I! ft * Iowa City — Weiner Vocekors, 75. Thursday at 1:30,    . at Zion Lutheran church a 1 driver for Decker Truck Lines,, .    .    .    ..    . Inc . of S.oux Oily . was chargod|sl™lty„0laLdJ,lLP^ with the offense by Asst. U.S. Atty. Gary Wenell. Weneil said drivers involved,    ,    ,,    .    . more charges would be forth- emergency brake and the l°6f» Karam said the gang operated ( addj‘u' dropped down a 40-foot jshendandoah national park in U. E on spur of the moment deci-rllB in,° a neighbor s yard. Tin- virginia and was refused.    “R —Yachts— (Continued from Page I.) Bit sirt’ns — J Aug. 27 To the families of Timothy Henry. 6051 Eastview avenin* SW. a son:    Cavern Wee ms, 859 Fourth avenue SE, « daughter; Joe R. Cruise. Monticello, a son; Ken Oler, Springville, twin daughters. Out of Town Births At Westover Air Force Base. Chicopee. Mass. Mrs. Richard ('loud. a daughter Aug. 26. Mrs. Cloud is the daughter of the Wesley | Schreiners, 5930 Eastview av-, enue SW. Marriaqe Licenses H i I d e g a rd Jess, Cedar Rapids, and Carl Machula, Mt. and i yacht hijackings and the coast guard gave him cases involving 34 boats with a total of 202 peo- 16. 197 in interstate transportation must have a physical every two!comm^ years. He said McNeil's last examination on record was Jan. na escaped unhurt Don Lambright. another assis-    ~    ~ tant district attorney, said there C. R. Youth Held for was a strong possibility lhatjSouth Da|<ota Officials Cedar Rapids pie missing and since rn id-1971. presumed dead be stad Investigation Perian said, Murphy’s claims also reflected staff investigation of the problem with federal agencies as well as at state and local levels. The service warning says the “growing number of yachts missing . . . has become a matter of concern,” according to a spokesman. It warns yacht owners on thc Wenell commented that filed the little-used charge (cause lie felt safer on the highway knowing “the people driv-i ing those big rigs are healthy. “One of them said right before a television camera that he committed a murder he was not -1 even charged with.” Lambright said. Homicide Detective Jim ierce said the coordinated investigation started in early Au-' gust after some members of the .    Brady Bunch members said Regular    Meetings    Set    they named themselves that bc- By    Civil    Service    Unit    causc their first kl,IinH <aak The Cedar Rapids civil ser vice commission announced Wednesday it will begin holding regular meetings on the third Tuesday cf each month I place on Brady street w ere I captured following a weekend robbery spree. The meetings will be held Vernon. Sandra Robinson ---- Max Green, both of Canton. Caribbean. Gulf of    Mexico and    . Ohio.    southern Atlantic    and Pacific    rom p m    .u    p.m.    in    the coasts to insist on    proper iden-    ( 0 m 1111 s ,s    * 0 n    °fBco    *n    ^ ,r    jtification for any crew members    municipal court    building    on    the 9 28 a.m. Wednesday. Gaso- ,    ,    i h d    First    avenue    bridge. line odor at 622 Tenth avenue m    anoura    iwsons who    have In nrl<4 if «An if f nlld f La AiirBzire I » Ll oollo WI! Ll lid iv 30 YEARS AGO The German radio asserted that Russian troops had reached the Hungarian border. Police in Wednesday arrested a 17-year-old boy on a warrant charging him with grand larceny in Pennington County, S I) The youth, whose father lives in Cedar Rapids, was arrested at the school he attends South Dakota authorities have informed Cedar Rapids police they intend to have the youth extradited The Pennington county sheriff's department said the warrant charges the youth with stealing a car on July 7. in Rapids City. S D. where he was attending a job corps camp. TALLAHASSEE. Fla. IAP) -tate Sen. Henry Savler (R-St. Petersburg) suggested Saturday (day that Soyuz 15 “undoubtedly that each of Florida's one mil- will be useful in preparing for : the; lion Republicans contribute a the Soviet American experiment •■per-dime toward building a White both in testing separate space formance    has    been    inexeus-j House swimming pool    for able.” “They've    done a terrible    Ident Ford. job of training their employes,” “R Is my guess that he said.    American, regardless    of As an example, he said one agrees that President Ford de- 14 ancj the Salyut 3 lab was the camper tried to make reserva- serves a pool,” Sayler said in a first successful docking of two {ions with a park ranger in letter to Florida GOF chairman Soviet craft since the fatal “Tommy Thomas.    Soyuz ll mission in 1971. Three will help him keep his cosmonauts died during the re- Rossie was told the camper then drove two hours to a pay! phone to make the reservation with PRS. “The ranger was sup- Sayler said if all Florida Re- j posed to make the reservation publicans gave a dime $100,000 and collect the money,” Rossie would be raised, enough to in-1 argued.    stall a “first class swimming Beginning Friday, all national pool," at 1600 Pennsylvania ave-j park campsites will he available nue. on a first come, first served --- 30 YEARS AGO - Gen.| Dwight D. Eisenhower and his British. French and American staffs made a ceremonial tour of Paris. basis made Reservations * previously will he honored, however good health and, thus, permit turn trjp (0 earth after spending him to do a better job, Sayler three weeks aboard Salvut I. said.      "_ Tthr (ffilar l\npiiU Established In 1813 bv The Gazette Co. ana published dolly and Sunday at SOO Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406 Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rotes by carrier 95 cents a •vee* Bv moll: Night Edition ond Sunday A Issues S375 a month, S39 OO a year Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues S3 85 a month 140.00 a year Other states ond U S territories 160 OO a year No Moil Subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette carrier service. Magistrate’s Court Speeding; Robert Diet/, one, Cedar Rapid*; Ellen route Gaines, 403 Second avenue,. 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