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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I J —Daily Record— C. R. Weather High Saturday ll p.m. Saturday Hainfnll Total for Fob. Normal for Fob. Normal through Fob. Total for 1974 Barometer, falling Humidity at ll p rn. Sat. Wind direr 211 IS None Trace I (111 2.54 1.63 29.98 77% k.i, (i I Si r\ ice Tue.srlity, I ll .'IO vim. Brush rh ti pol in Cedar Rapid* with burial in Anderson eoinotery near Swirlier Friend.*, may call at tin- Broch chapel Monday, Tipton Kli/.abelh K. Bee-si-rker, 84 Cremation ai Cedar Memorial Chapel of Mem-| ol ios, Codal Rapids, Memorial i servic e will be beld at a later date. Whittier Whitney A Franks, 4,'l. Services Tuesday, don and velocity I so p m, Springville Method at Gazette weather .station at iff ehurch. Burial: Springville ll p.m. S at 12 mph.    cemetery. Murdoch’s Sun rises Sunday, 8:34; sun sets, 5:55. DEATHS Wilma V. Spielman Wilma V. Spielman, 73, of 901- Year Ago Today High, RO; low, 12; rainfall, none. Births — Mercy of Viands Srl.midt!‘Norway” al ^ 0akland road NR, died Satur-dnughter; Thomas lUndklod, day evening at a local hospital 3117 Rover avenue SF., a after a brief illness. She was horn Oct. 27, 1900, in Richland, Mo. She married Floyd K. Spielman Dec. 21, 192.1 in Fairfield. The couple lived in Brighton for several years before coming to Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Spielman was a retired employe of Kresge’s, after working for the firm for 20 years. She was a member of the Brighton Presbyterian church, chapter 486, Order of the Eastern Star and Pythian Sisters. She was also a past guardian of the Woodman Circle Brighton lodge 151. She taught in the White Hawk school near Brighton for four years. She is survived by a son, George, of St. Iznjis; five sisters, three brothers and five grandchildren. Services are pending Turner east. daughter. Feb. 9    - Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hanson, 2010 Glass road NE, a daughter. Births — St. Luke's Fob. 8 - To the families of Douglas Pleader, 338 Sixth avenue, Marion, a daughter; Donald IM. Hailey, 2430 Twenty-seventh avenue, Marion, a daughter; Mrs. Kathy Fierson, 1509 ll street SW, a son. Feb. 9 — To the families of Daniel Moses, 1415 Fifth avenue SF,, a son; Mrs. Arlaine Snell, 1625 Country Club drive, Marion, a son. Out of Town Births At Ranrho Cordova. Cal. — Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeBaere, a daughter Fob. 8. Mrs. De-Rarre is the daughter of Mrs. Wayne Bartlett, 718 Thirty-second street NE, and the late Wayne Bartlett. | The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Feb IO, 1971 TA J  n„ 11,,„........—------------------------------------------—.... ,M -............ .. ri.. i........b    ^    iiMt Clark Outlines 5 Areas Of Concern to Elderly Cedar Rapid* New* eels serving the elderly. Tho 'Ihere are five areas of prime results of the AAA experiences concern to the elderly that need will he of great help in formu-continucd attention in congress,dating legislation and instituting Sen. Dick Clark (D- Iowa) said similar projects nationwide, he Saturday Clark spoke at a conference on aging Saturday afternoon at said. Clark stressed the need for senior citizens to organize in order Kirkwood Community college, to present their problems to then responded to questionsj legislators and administrators, from the audience of about 300 The five areas, he income, housing, health care nutrition and transportation. Although there have been sig nificant increases in social secu- ‘Nothmg is more important, said are m my viewpoint,” he said. * * * Earlier in the program, David A. Affeldt, chief council to the senate select, committee on 'That's a Tough One, Chief" AP Wirephoto Secretary of State Kissenger ponders as President Nixon discusses the Washington conference of major oil consuming nations slated to start Monday. Other top officials also attended the White House Planning session Saturday. Iowa Deaths Iowa City — Mrs. Marie Winter, 75. Services Monday at 9:30 at St. Patrick’s church. Rosary at 7:30 Sunday at Donohue’s, where friends may call after 3 Saturday. Manchester — Elmer G. Dammers, 63. Services Tuesday at 10:30, St. Mary’s church. Rosary Sunday at 8, wake service Monday at 8, Shelly’s, where friends may cal) after 3 Sunday. Dyersville — Joseph A I Davenport. Hello, 62. Services Monday at} Survivors 10:30, St. Francis basilica. Scripture service Sunday at 8, Kramer’s, where friends may call after 7 Saturday. Shellsburg — O . E . “Jack” at Services Tuesday For George Becicka SWISHER — George E. Beele- —Ford— (Continued from Page I.) provide for greater public om-j —Nixon— (Continued from Page I. Dennis Dean Daringer, 24, no address, was arrested by Cedar Man Arrested on Three Charges tt .viuu. * —    ucui    provide mr greater dud ne em-i _ ka, 61,    died    Friday evening payment.” after a short illness. Born June He did not expand, and it was,,, 14, 1912, at Swisher he lived in not clear if he wa.s referring to Ra.p,ds P°hce (m throe char*?es Cedar Rapids for a number of the use of public money to set!Friday n'Khl-years but had made his home in |Up public service jobs.    I bringer was charged with Ford said that “the country as I the theft of an electric guitar a whole is not going to have a valued    at    $744    from    the Bod recession. We are going through 'dicker    School    of    Music, 317 Was employed as a clerk for the'a period of economic readjust- Sixth street SW, on Jan. JO. ,    .    ;i(|(.nIi#n    M    m(.r    |hf,    p, e who necd prescription n . , , He was also charged with de- decade ,0 „(hc effw,tJ ^ drugs. Clark said he would alsolpe.r.“n‘lnJJuly' recipients will have income at least equal to the poverty level of $2,100 for an individual and $2,700 for an elderly couple. In addition, Clark said, a way terns, such fits our subways and must be found to supplement our urban highways, are utilized the payroll tax as a means of fiat maximum capacity for two nancing social security pro-or three hours during the day, grams. “We have almost and scarcely at all in the re- reached the limit there,” he Swisher in recent years. A former employe of Economy Lumber Co., he recently Iowa state liquor commission, rnont based on the energy crisis. mainder of the day,” he said. Environment The President noted the in .      7    ,    :\Z    ;7 “Ring, spoke about the duties of n y benefits during the past five .r ’ ,*    .    ^ J    .    »    ,    .    the committer and the develop- yrars, C ark said, an impressive _    .    ,    ..    ,    A    1 ■y ’.    ’    .    1    ment. of the Older Americans percentage increase is not a large enough real increase when r ....    ,, ,    ,, .. . Yr    u.    Affeldt,    a Cedar Rapids na- low    f,R"rC    was    much    .live, has worked with the com- Planned Bill    mi‘"* f"r f,ive yMrs „    . He said Iowa is considered to The senator said he    will    in-    be in the forefront as far    as troduce a hilt in the    next    60    supplying information and ideas days designed to insure    that    all    to the committee, which    he called very important to    the committee’s work. “The most valuable information we obtain is not in Washington,” Affeldt said. Poorer Year He said 1973 was not as good a year as 1972 in the area of legislation to aid the elderly. The most significant change,    he said, is a two-step raise in social will jsaid. Another bill that will be in- trodurnd rn thrinrxt SO days Will Securi,y l"'no,lls '‘Jlich extend Medicare benefits in pen-a, sevfn per“"t m'r*a“ 1 in April and an additional four in Charles M. German Charles M. German, 60, a former Cedar Rapids resident, died in Davenport Saturday morning. Mr. German served as meat manager at A and P stores in Cedar Rapids before moving to “But once we’re over it, in the j lauding an innkeeper Jan. 29|our ,ransporlation systems on Uke to see coverage a i next month or two, I think you'll at The Pizza Hut. 1620 First av- our environment" and sajd ..wc tures, member of the Swisher Ameri-1 see economic conditions improv-jenue SE. It is alleged he left mtKt now Kjve equaj attention aids can Legion post, Swisher CSA jing around the country.”    without    paying    for his meal. to the need for enertrv conserva- “THovVp lodge, Cedar Rapids Traveling Ford warned, however, that Police also charged Daringer tion ” for don ne added, however, that if the cost of living continues to in- He served with the army World war ll and was amexi rnonm or two. i mink voumal me nzza mn. iozu r irsi av-u...____;________j    __:J    „_u„r„cz eyeglasses and hearing ^crease at the same rate, the raises will be eaten up by infla-and tion before they go into effect. Men’s club and the Eagles. Hislunless the Arab embargo cndslwi^ auto theft, by authority”off"*" „iin-    .. IJdthout^em^au J^hlv ran? * AffHdt exp'ainpd the 0ldpr first wife, Alma, died Jan. 12,'soon, “we may have no alterne a teletype from St. Louis    *    ,an''Americans Taxpayer Assistant badly needed, people are just doing 1971, |tivc than to have to have gaso-lgarding the theft of a ear from'j^Jrovide "'"'n’1 wmf divers* Surviving are his wife, Eliza- line rationing.    Laded* Gas Co. of St. Urns    be    f    J" , S jj.YLn I beth Skala Becicka, to whom he’ “We no not    want    gasoline    ra-    tween Jan. 25 and Jan. 30.    |h    , k P. a,.rnL,' la was married Oct. 21. 1972; Iwojtioning. With rationing we mightj    tn«    tax*    mw    account    tne    need stepsons, Marvin Skala of Ce- i find ourselves standing in lme in , dar Rapids and Robert Skala the post office instead of waiting of Swisher, two step-1 in line at the gas station,” he j grandchildren, his stepfather, said. Rudolph Heabei of Cedar “But unless    the    oil embargo    and that in a state of war    all Rapids and a brother, leonard ends soon, we    may    have no    a1-    must he armed and understand include a sister, Mrs. Myron Dolph, 356 Fifteenth avenue SW. Funeral services Tuesday at IO a m. in the Runge funeral is afford them,” he said. Housing -Kidnaping- (Continued from Page | act, sponsored by Clark and ;Sen. Frank Church (D-Idaho). Clark said housing programs^,    *s    *atend , ,    __,„_ j tax advice and aid elderly tax- for transportation without envir- are nf,edfld to replace and ex-    j. overoavment onmenUI damage, without wast-<**« '^se ended by President Payers al0Hl »v<'rPayn’<‘'’' od energy, and without congee- Nixon last year, and that there    Overpay    Taxes tion.” Nabholz^ ^^Services^Monday chnpel in Davenport. Graveside services at I p.m. Tuesday in Cedar Memorial park cemetery, Cedar Rapids. Graveside services at 1:30, Shellsburg-Oakwood cemetery. Marengo — Emma H. Kraus, RI. Services Monday at 10:30, Hoover-Valentine. Atkins — John Henry Kuehn, 81. Services Monday at 1:30, St. Stephen’s church. Friends may call at Turner chapel west, Cedar Rapids, until 9 p.m. Monday and at the chun h from IO a m. to 1:25 p.m. Monday. Independence — Ben Duffy, 94. Services Monday at 10:30, St. John’s Catholic church. Rosaries tonight at 8 and Sunday at 3 and wake service Sunday at 8, White’s. Delta — Dale E. Hungerford, fil. Services Sunday at 2, Reynolds in Sigourney. Dysart - - Amelia Schafer, 85. Tentative s e r v ices Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.. Trinity United Methodist church. Overton’s. Lisbon - - Astrid Holmboo, 86. Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday .at Morgan’s. Visitation af- j tor 2 p.m. Monday. The casket j will not be opened. Onslow John Jan: en, 84 Hayden’s. Swisher George E. Bccic- Whitney A. Franks of Whittier Dies at 43 WHITTIER - Whitney A. Franks, 43, a Whittier resident for ten years, died Saturday morning at a Cedar Rapids hospital. She was a former resident of Cedar Rapids. She was born Dec. 27, 1930, at of Cedar Rapids. Services: In the Brosh chapel in Cedar Rapids at 10:30 a m. Tuesday with burial in Anderson cemetery near .Swisher where the Swisher I/'gion post the true meaning of self de i In dealing with rail legislation. Nixon said he would send to congress next week a companion hill, the Transportation Improvement Act of 1974, “that would authorize $2 bil- Memorial Services Snyder, Frederick Charles — Turner east at 10:30 a.m. Monday by the Rev. 'William Quillen. Further services and burial at Our Saviours Lutheran church in Hastings, Minn., at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Everett Bcxcll officiating. Burial: Lakeside cemetery at Hastings. Friends may register* at Turner cast. The casket will not 1)C opened. Koebn, John Henry - St. Stephens Lutheran ehtireh. At-j kins, at 1:30 p.m. Monday by j the Rev. Robert Stohlmann. i Burial: St. Stephens cemetery, j Friends may call at Turner I west until 9 p.m. Sunday and I at the ehurch from IO a.rn til 1:25 p.m. Monday. The ket will not be opened. ternativc,” Ford said. On Watergate, Ford said he fensp „    , believes the odds are less than    ’ 50-50 that the house will report!    a**°    sad:    *    believe    that out a recommendation for im-1whenever people are confronted    lion in federal loan guarantees peachment.    The vice-president oppression, starvation    and    to help railroads” improve will conduct    military    graveside    repeated his    belief that informa-(he death of their freedom    that    tracks, terminals and equip- services.    Friends    may    call    at    tion will be    made available in I they want to fight. There    has    ment. the chapel Monday. due time of a tape that will ex-|nevcr been a precedent for a onerate Nixon of any role in tho non-violent revolution.” I Watergate burglary or its coverup. CR. Man Arrested in Prescription Forgery Police arrested Darrell Otis 29 YEARS AGO — The state Smith, 39, of 1299 Staub court department revealed that it dis- “These loan guarantees are not a signal that we intend to It opened with the words: “To provide public handouts to our those who would bear the hopes railroads, ” he said, adding that is a continuing need for trans-l Experts have estimated, Af-portation for senior citizens, | feWt said ^ about half of the particularly in rural areas. nation's elderly taxpayers pay Also needed, he said, are more than they are required to more programs such as “meals pay. Many are baffled by the on wheels” and congregate j 1040 form, unable to understand meals to provide for the nutri- the complex instructions or notional needs of the elderly. aware of legitimate deductions. Many older persons are sacri- Affeldt also discounted crifi-ficmg nutrition in order to pay cism that too much money is 1 for housing and remain indepen- being spent for programs to aid the elderly. “This is something you have earned during your working dent, he said. Praises Aging Agency Clark said the Area Ten Agen- hours, from social insurance cyon Aging (AAA) is recognized programs such as social securi- and future of the people, let the “they are intended to restore as one of the faders, nationally !iv » he said voice of their guns express the the railroads to a position in    ‘ words of freedom ’’ and like the which they can once again com NE, Saturday, charging him missed only ll employes for loy- Hearst kidnap letter, closed j pete economically with other with forging a doctor’s signa- alty reasons in the past year a1- with: “Death to the Fascist in-forms of transportation, and ture in order to obtain prescrip- though it listed 534 departures sect that preys upon the life of therefore support themselves tion drugs.    as security cases.    'the people.”    without    federal    assistance.” “outmoded as well as in Iowa, in pilot proj- Barbershop Honor To David M. Dicken un cos- —Energy— (Continued from Page I.) ductions are scheduled within the next ll) days. Iowa Commerce Commission Chairman Maurice Van Nostrand said “any reduction” could create hardships for Iowans beyond those earlier anticipated. Van Nostrand, who forecast earlier in the week that Iowa will encounter severe shortages Flat River, Mo., the daughter of in some areas later in February Robert and Elizabeth Holmes l>odd She married Michael V. Franks at Ixis Angeles Dec. 31, 1952. Mrs. Franks served with tho air force during the Korean war and was active as a leader in Camp Fire dirks for many years. Survivors include her husband; her father ehael I) . Daniel said the state’s motorists have “just got to practice energy conservation and hope people in other parts of the country prac^ tice conservation.” The other states which will experience reduced fuel supplies are Kansas, Minnesota,! New Mexico, North Dakota,! Ohio, Oklahoma. South Dakota,! six sons, Mi-1 Wisconsin and Wyoming. R.. Jerry L.,f The fuel is being shifted to the Nixon Kaid “outmoded and I complex federal I had hindered the position of the nation’s railroads and that “the collapse of the Penn Central railroad is ample evidence of the wrongheadedness of this approach ’’ * * The group also heard from Dr. Richard Feller, director of AAA. He discussed the purpose of the agency, how- it is funded and how it works with other of- ptte Photo bv Tom MezrvmA Timothy A., K John and Steven District of Columbia, Arkansas, K, at home; four daughters, Delaware, Illinois, Kentucky, Kitty, Emily. Laura and Rachel, j Maryland, Maine, Mississippi, at home; three brothers, the! New Jersey, North Carolina, Rev. Daman Dodd, Homerville, Texas, Virginia and Tennessee. Ga, I leman Dodd, Flat River,] Mo., and Wallis Dodd, St. Louis; Charge Wells Melton With Theft of $7 Wells Melton, 41, of 1505 B street SW, was charged with and a sister, Mrs. Alberta McCombs, Cudahy, Calif. Services: Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. at the Springville Methodist church by the Rev. Clive Cook I larceny Saturday, Burial:    Springville cemetery. Melton is accused of stealing Friends may call at the Mur $7 from Guy Robinson after as-doch chapel in Springville after j slating Robinson lo (‘iller his I p m Monday.    jroom in the Allison hotel. C.R. Truck Damaged Tom Abarr, 2442 Deborah drive SW, looks into the reason his riq was towed back to the BFC Transportation headquarters Saturday night instead of driven back Abarr stopped overnight at Hinckley, Minn., Friday on his way back from Duluth. The next morning he found several leaflets on his truck urging assistance with efforts of independent truckers to get a roll-back of fuel prices. In Jesup, the truck enqine quit, and Abarr found that water had been poured in his fuel tanks. The water froze in a transfer line between the two tanks, starving the engine. Police Seeking Prison Escapee L a w enforcement officers were searching Saturday night for an escaped inmate of the state men s reformatory at Anamosa, Police said Thomas E. Smith, 24, escaped from his escort officer while the two were at the Roosevelt hotel late Saturday afternoon. Smith is serving a term for auto theft. Feed the Birds ll hi ll    fail    «iv    it with /hiwert Irwin PIERSON’S "rep" Tour HD HORIST I SOO ELLIS BLVD. NW I I OW LR PHO NI* .‘Mi-1826 David M. Dicken. 203 Twenty .. fifth street drive SE, has been serving the elderly in the regulations sHcc(pd as the ,974 rccipient nf seven counties of Area ten. compel Hive ^    »Barbe rshopper of the Small discussion groups were Year” award for his eontribu- a1™ organized on the subjects of tions to the Harmony Hawkshaw* state commission on agm£ Chorus, local chapter of the ‘the Older Americans act, senior SPEBSQSA.    employment    grants', congregate The award was presented at meal programs, an information the chapter’s annual Sweetheart and referral program, the office dinner Saturday night at the of retirement education opportunities and the transportation _ program for the elderly. Holiday Inn. C H y B r! G 1 S (fr^ar Ha$ri&s (&azrttr (More Priefs on Page MA.) Scales Stolen The theft of a set of classroom keys and two Analitic balance beam scales,] valued at $600 each, from Washington High school was reported to police Friday. The theft oc* curred sometime between Wednesday and Friday. UIS by Th* Galatia J Sundo ■at ■Rapids. Iowa Postaga paid at dady and Sunday Established In Co and publish* SOO Third Ava. 5, 524<V>. Second Class Cedar Rapids, Iowa Subscription rotes by carrier IS cents a weak Bv mall' Night edition ond Sunday 6 Issues S2 25 a month, $24 a year: Afternoon edition* ond Sunday 7 i* idiom ond Sunday ' year. Other state* ond US territories $40 a year .I Afternoon ■ Issue* $2.50 a month, $25 a No mail subscription* accepted In area* having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Pres* Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local new* printed In this new*po-per as well as all AP news dispatches. HU SH . . . I'nnnpt fJOW MIN    Uvlirvrft l»K« k’h I I ll I I OU KIK MIO!* ;»00K ( enter IM. Rd. NM . 393-5565 IMMIHMUNNNINltltlH'dNMUaMHIIHUIUHNIMtllimHllUHtMHUHHIUItlllNIHlHIHHUI^IItHIIIINHIIIIIIIHIIIHMtUNtMtl HMM-.test* TEAHEN FUNERAL HOME Si ii rn I* KU i Marian F. Tea hen    I    Idcn    R. 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