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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaN., a Tutt Resemi mrs Tietje Bose n a # _ u Cedar rams Aad Tes Gresa a Ltd drifts Council re a Lech is of senior tip wether i Iowa a this a evil Wmk mrs. Gerald con-70 services t Lintn Eulaie kit to Fri Sitf a. A Cheso Anecto Tattoo a jew rte it. Urah lit 71. Saw a so Church at Van Herne. Rosary Council. Or mfr a a thu in a. Sunday and monday at s.15 at. Khz. A native of Cedar rap Mimi via 7j�. Fell Nefs Keystone friends1, Mav fall after 6 sunday. _. R. Ryan of Tore dul 81 Why the Chicago riots hard to pinpoint cause Chicago it a it a i a met or ipod toe i up Flynod to get it Quot a said the negro cab drive protect windows a he said. Eras he threaded his Hack �?o1 did t ask Hirn. He Votto. Matt a among shards of Glass littering tiered. Then later 1 saw him a tuesday at �1 build toe Rev. Joseph Mcguire of p Kluge he Twenty Cecii Wirf Semor citizens come in for a a its Side District Down the Street Bushn Conception and construction Trade is. Pius x Church. Mon Faan a a a a Tom nights of rioting. That window and the one Over Jerome r. Amp a Uwi i a r. Pm. A. Of s ten al Quot a ripens a storm. Graveside services were a thirty seventh Street be. Was for Boto infants saturday at 10 a re elected Friday eight As presi a in. In it. Calvary cemetery Stewart was in charge. R. Weather High Friday. Low overnight. Noon saturday. 2 . Saturday. Rainfall a total for july. Normal for july. Normal through july. Ids is married and the father Street be a student in the up attention in several stories in Plev College of business a Damn sunday s Gazette a is ration at Creighton univer at z. Chelsea mrs. Roy 76. Services sunday 62 Hrabak a. Is North English a Edward j3 Morse. 74. Services monday at Dren. Other officers re elected were v methodist Church. Bests. Eddie Jennings none Wanton a Lyle Burke. 17. Vice president 0.74 son of or. And mrs. James Lyle Clifford. 3.58 Burke of Rural Dorchester. Quot a .20.19 Bakke Banson Secretary and Elgin mrs. Harold of said. Kith a a Moose total for 19� 19.6/ Jaq Muehlen Thaler a. Johnson treas barometer. Steady 30.30 Fredericksburg a Kenneth user All of be Hanoi div at noon .54% Nieman. 55. Services monday at Dar rapid be Quot 2. Ridgefield lutheran Church. 1 a. Kk1i Puii Uii a a r9mmm sity. Was named to toe Dean s Florence Polumbo co. Of 219 Honor Roll for the Spring be eighth Avenue so. Died Satur Mester. Dav after a Long illness in a Cedar rapids Hospital _ i bom feb. 16. 1906. In new st3ff at Houghton House Salon Haven. Conn., she had lived in g->3 f ave. New. Patrons Cor Cedar rapids 41 years. Her Hus dually . Band preceded her in death in 1932. I awarded hmm so Ward Jami a mrs. Polumbo is survived 50n Sott of or Paul her son Fred j., Woodstock Jamison 407 Twenty a e c o n d Ontario Canada three Daugh Street new and a k nights of rioting. That window and me a a Over and that just about summed there a up toe statements of residents he pointed to plywood panels there a the Story of the be a there. Most seem puzzled the covering shattered displays two Dar rapids woman who at 96 violence. Doors away and across the Ion monday has outlived her j the cabbie speaking of youths Street. A now How do you figure insurance policy. Still healthy i who spearheaded the looting that Quot Linda Hes Kiino Tinmu Ltd fit 30,1 Spry remembers a burning and shooting added a it Wasny to said a of and comments on the j a if i a mad at you. In a going a White store manager across the present. A to get you even if 1 have to treet who slept at his Stab then there a the Story of a a sleep on your Doorstep to do it. Is Ament to keep windows in prominent Cedar rapids Doc a but in a not going to do some tact. A a in be talked to a lot of the Wilbur Blair Iowa cite. Was 7�?o a to in Ruhr ,7 a a Mark m acted As a Trust for a lers Rose. R Polombo. Cedar of and mrs prances wind direction and velocity Cheneweth s. At Gazette weather station at Ossian Helga Grovdahl. 76. Elected As a trustee for a 2 ., seat 6 . Own rises 4 sets 7 40 Moon rises. 3 17 Wellman Anna Mae Milter al inc a rj.,. _ _ year ago today High 80 78. Services monday at a Eria Loos Ana Pete Arris do til a mrs Anna Restivo. Met for Scholastic ache event Low 72 rainfall none. Powell s. Of Cedar rapids. Ford re inn ,i0r san Iasi a achievement. 1 Anamosa a William t. Hes the annual election meeting d Mae a a ii he a Iris a. Fires Skett 51 services monday. I3�. Was Heid at the teamsters hah �,3� 9 a pat1 hairpieces sales and Goettsche. In t in a in tuesday at 9.30 . In st. Rat service 366-4366.�?adv. Services monday at 2. Lutheran three year term. Trustees cur a so Silver Welt eth Street so. Both bund a i Church. Schmitz. A gently serving terms Are Rob or rel Tama and we ten allege. Kloos and Pete Farris Hoth Mary f Oreil it Tama and one have awarded Vear honors 12 42 . Friday. Backfire Toti through Carburettor in car at e Avenue and seventeenth Street be. 8 . Friday ballast in Light fixture at 836 Stoutner. 86. 5110 j Street so. To. Ii. ,. ,. A Ricks Church the Rev. A services sunday at 2 30, Chris-1 the Council has jurisdiction a. a raised burial to at a 1. Tian Church. Powell a. A Over Linn Benton Jones John Ina Remsten a father me a me ting nefertive1 a asian a a iss hcl8a Grov a Iowa and Delaware coun a a n u iof am vet officers and of the Dahl. 76. Senders monday at 2. A Donald st. Joseph s club Daugh a executive Board which had been lutheran Church. R j first Avenue new. Municipal court i police division i speeding a Allen a Akers Central City John m. Downing 4333 Council Street be William Schultz jr., 1501 first Avenue Marion Ernest a. Mcgowan route one Cedar rapids Shirley a. Schnieders 1440 second Avenue be William a priest route two Marion Jesse n. Cortez 516 b Avenue be John g. Eadie Hiawatha Marcia h. Kyle shells Birg Kent c. Connelly Solon Mary a. Slaperud 3617 Elmwood drive be Diane m. Rohrich Oelwein each fined s10 and costs. Harry. B. Hyde 221 sixth Street nose. Larry e. Wilson 1214 m Street so Barry w. Hedges 1412 fourth Avenue be each fined $15 and costs. Larry l. Witten 3419 Dennis drive new fined $25 and costs. Permitting an unauthorized person to drive Robert e. L. Wullner 2801 c Street so fined s15 and costs. Disobeying a traffic signal Marguerite c. Burrell 1277 Hazel drive be fined $10 and costs. Darlene c. Eves 804 fourth Avenue be fined $15 and costs. Failing to have vehicle under control Coleen a. Fowler 418 first Avenue new Helen Spanje 135 Southview drive Marion each fined s10 and costs. Neil l. Dufoe Hiawatha fined $15 and costs. Failing to yield the right of Way Kaye p. Gooding 1418 b Avenue be fined $10 and costs. Disobeying a Stop sign Edward r. Thayer 5552 Sharon Lane new fined $10 and costs. Vagrancy Orvin e. Brown no address received 10-Day suspended sentence. Drunkenness a William h. Bruce 523 Mckinley Street be fined $15 and costs. Dale e. Klees no address forfeited $30 Bond. Ronald g. Cadman 324 a Avenue new fined $25 and costs or receive seven Day jail sentence. Robert a. Hansen 316 first Avenue be received 30-Day suspended sentence. I i Schmitzz. Three injured in j two car crash three persons suffered minor injuries in a two car collision at second Avenue and first Street so Friday at 3 30 . Treated at st. Luke a Hospital and released were Anna Usovsky 19, of route two Marion George Patrick 16, of 545 thirteenth Street be and Lester Noble 26, of 1858 second Avenue deaths ters of Isabella and the ,gh1s.scheduled for Mph has of Columbus will recite the ros Cance e j Arv monday at 8 . In the Monahan Stewart funeral Home where friends May Call sunday after 7 . John s. Broeksmit banker dead old Siyoum is flee from John s. Broeksmit 85. Former Cedar rapids banker died Friday in Concord mass. He was widely known As an officer of i the Harris Trust and savings Bank in Chicago. He was a for in qut ear a saturday after pm Hurt in fall a Victor Dugger 19. Of Springville suffered minor rib injuries Early saturday when he fell off an embankment near brads Marine service. 334 Robbins Road new. Windows broken a vandals shooting guns have broken stolen car after Chase police two unidentified youths fled Pitt j he works building at 5325 e mer treasurer of the Lefebure Ledger co. Of Cedar rapids. His father Broeksmit was auditor of the . And n. Railroad. A a Avenue new City officials told lice spotted them Riding in a police Friday. The damage took stolen car on the Southeast Side place thursday night. The Brief Chase started at 1 42 just 22 minutes after Golf Quot j 11111 third Street so told to police said the cars were driven miss Usovsky and Noble land Una. A Patrick was a passenger m Tea services will he hem at the car was reported a Iwaz it Zzz Usovsky car they said. A Chapel of Trinity episcopal i Date aril a a a win in if Lawnmower miss Usovsky was charged a Quot Quot a Quot a with disobeying a traffic signal. Tor who is retiring of a senior citizens club that has a big turnout every week in it. Vernon and of a Man who in retirement built his own recreation room and decorated it with an Quot Early Cedar rapids Quot theme. Some others you wont want to miss a what happened to Backbone state Park during the july 9 storm and what it took to clean it up. A the Wellman artist who needs some Green egg shells and some actors backstage. A what to do to geraniums to help them keep their color from the gazettes Garden columnist. A a look at the annual summer school which helps keep both the czech language and traditions alive. A the Story of the High school dropout who became one of the state s youngest judges. A the peace corpsman from Cedar rapids who is going Back for a third year in latin America. Thing that will Louse up every Guys today i saw running body. And that a what these kids a around last night. They Don t Are dozens of interviews during a in purpose hours of walking the streets Fri Day night As heavily armed a a Thev did no to have no Pur ital Quot Guantao a stored said a negro gasoline der. Produced no pattern beyondis13101 attendant present this throughout thursday nights it most agree that the win did not want his sters Are angry. They disagree name used As to Why. And virtually All feel Quot that the appearance of the guard prevented another night of violence. Quot not racial Quot a nobody organized it. One group would go through and smash windows and not take anything and another group a would come along and loot. started up on Roosevelt unlike the los Angeles Racia Roa j j hen word spread and riots of 1965, cries of a another group got started on Whitey Quot or Quot Burn baby Burn j 6 h Street and another near were scarce during the thurs-il8th Stree u was kids Day Friday Peak outburst Here. . A and there was no indication that any one cause a alleged police witnesses agreed that teen agers were involved. Many Felt a riot continued from Page 1. Brutality hate of White r t i to they s arted smashing windows Chato tor to Stonee wus the j of j Jan in spa you can to toll me a i was a la cd a a ers ,.bciejc. Adul s Banton an loaded the youths into the spree Church in Concord monday at patrolmen Char is Thomas valued at $30, was stolen from 4 . Friends if they wish 3�1 a Mere a Spicer sighted garage Between tuesday and May make memorial contrib a stolen Auto in the 900 Block or Frda tons to the Chicago Myca of fourteenth Avenue be. 1 tart which or. Broeksmit was an a a theft reported James Allis rial a said Frank Banton an aging White merchant who kept of v10lenccplate Glass w windows in two in contrast to the pattern in stores intact despite shattered other riots some negroes Glass in stores All around him. Laughed and joked with police a this negro guv 1 officers cruised five to a a car. Rifles and shotguns pointing a skyward out windows. J great respect but they showed great respect a slayings continued from Page 1. A arrived Home after the killer j spotter plane n l. I. Iain a nuts atlatl a pvt for National guardsmen March crashes i o w red the a thers int0 the ing rifles at the ready. Patrolman Hurt officer Many years. The car sped away but and agreed aimed equipping hydrants with sprinklers so citizens can Cool off in hot weather requesting Federal funds for swimming pools and other recreational facilities in negro areas appointment of a citizens committee to recommend changes in police procedures appointment of political precinct workers to walk streets urging an end to violence equal Access to Public swimming pools for ail. A University of Chicago Sci stopped in the 1200 Block of a manager of the fabric n. C., mrs. Sinclair weeks jr., of Dedham mass., mrs. E. Ladd Thurston jr., of Washington and the Rev. John s. Broeksmit jr., of Lake Forest 111. Mrs. Archer c. Sinclair of Indianapolis formerly of Cedar rapids is a sister. Anthony Dziewanowski Between two houses. The officers searched the area but could not find the car thieves. The stolen car was registered to Elmer of Shannon of Palo. He told police that the Auto was taken from the 1400 Block of third Street be Between 4 30 . Friday and 1 20 . Saturday. Greed on several moves surviving children Are mrs. Tenth Street be the Voung Pla a to a ,1�?~ f Fnu was Oathro Lynian Quot al i special to the Gazette Iowa City an Iowa High remained in mercy hos a rear room. Spiotto said he believed a killer we no stranger to Noor ,.y d area. �?�1 believe it was someone j so. The the a Willie cd Mon Back shouted a Mother from her Sec Day night from the hallway next Pital Here today after his single to the store. The loss was estimated at $150. Copper wire taken thieves have stolen about 75 feet of heavy Copper wire from the Abel Howe construction co., 1114 Shaver Road be police were told Friday the wire used As Anthony Allan Dziewanowski a after police recovered the car welding Cable was valued at 12-hour-old son of the Thomasb Shannon noticed that the Dziewanowski of Toddville died Young car thieves had stolen Logist Morris Janowitz discus d3�,h a a a h ? can Vas Cino Iha in Thrunk with no in preceded in death boat cover and a Battery sing the outbreak with an in k Lis twin sister Angella Rae the youths undoubtedly Temeyer gave this analysis who died Frid a Man an the undoubtedly the Chicago and other Nepo hour a ter birth riots of recent times Are differ surviving in addition to his parents Are his grandmothers mrs. Barbara Sutherland of sneak thief has ear for music a sneak thief entered a Southeast Side apartment Early saturday and stole what must be a record number of records. Carol a Gluba 1329 first Avenue be who shares the apartment with three other Young women reported that the 150 phonograph records were the 45 r.. Type. She estimated the loss at Between $100 and $150. The theft took place Between 12 45 and 3 20 . While the apartment was unlocked. Ent from those of past years a because they occur in a period when the situation of the negro is improving. A attack symbols Quot a the Young insurrection its Are the ones left behind in a revolution of rising expectations. They attack the symbols rather than the persons of the White majority. A it is not within the capacity of the police to Deal with these problems because we have permitted wide distribution of arms unlike every other civilized country a Janowitz urged a three week amnesty in which citizens be urged to turn in their guns. Unloaded the items before being spotted the officers because they carried nothing from the car when they ran away police said. Peace crusader will sell $150 radio stolen Richard Melchior 5541 Sharon Lane new told police Friday that a transistor radio was stolen from his car while it was parked in the lot at the Robinson co., 2020 sixteenth Avenue so Friday morn ing. 4 Money taken John Johnson a owner of Johnson a catering n. Service 124 f Avenue new re Fop Gifty to Rin onco ?735 an six engine plane crashed on Takeoff Viz Miles South of Stan Wood Friday afternoon. Pat r o 1 m a n Howard s h a pc o 11 suffered head and leg cuts and a fractured . Flying a spotter plane Shap Shapcott Cott bad landed in a farm Field near Highway 30 to Confer with two other patrolmen. He was alone in the plane when it crashed on take off. He kicked his Way out of the cockpit As the plane burst into flames. There was extensive damage to the plane. Shapcott who had been Check Ness ing traffic in the area had land a better quit that said a negro teen Ager to a Friend Iwho walked toward a patrolling who knew the neighbourhood a he said. Miss Amurao said she had never seen the Man Mere guardsmen. We a in v01, she said he sat on the floor a of. A a j of her bedroom talking calmly _ with the girls about his need for Money before binding their 1c Avenue be larceny charge filed against c. R. Youth David a. Jacobs 19, of 217 fifth Avenue so was arrested Early saturday on a charge of larceny. Police accused him of stealing a Cross and Chain necklace valued at $79 from Paul a Coralville continued from Page 1. Bob Uchima a later he appealed to president Tokyo apr Moshiro mat-1johnson and the prime ministers Suda a determined Man is not of Britain and Japan for carte satisfied with having spent $26,-�blanche to negotiate an end to 000 to advertise his views on the War he said he could bring world peace. He wants to do world peace in one Day. If he More. A failed he said he would put he is embarked on a 30-Dayish himself a self immolation fast sometimes resting in wooden coffin and is making native korean plans to sell most of his personal Matsuda is a native of Pyong property so he can publish More Yand. North Korea. He has a ads like those he inserted re South korean passport. He uses de in the Field once before Money changers were stolen Jane Rose a Jug 40 feet from his place of business thurs-1 in the air and then the left Day night. The Money changers Wing dipped and it plunged to were valued at $42. The japanese name he adopted when he came to Japan at 20. He operates a mail order Busi eco try in new York and London newspapers. A pm trying to raise enough the Cole property he said a Money to publish another and in a Ness Selling body building equip Only Corners with the other the new York times and also ment. His korean wife Eiko of real estate. In the Washington he rates a dressmaking shop next said. A each Wilt be four door. Judge Hamilton also found1 amp , 16, struck car Mary Shriner 16, of 5315 har bet Avenue new suffered a head injury and abrasions when she was struck a car on Kesler Road new near its intersection with Owen Street Friday at 8 35� . She was admitted to mercy Hospital where she was listed in Good condition saturday. Police said the Accident happened while miss Shriner was the ground. The wind blew the fire away from the Gas tanks giving Shapcott time to escape the plane. The crash was witnessed patrolmen Kenneth Carter Virgil Smith and Tom Kohler. They took Shapcott to a Clarence doctor and then he was transferred to Iowa City. Wrists and taking them from the room one one to murder them. The autopsy produced no evidence any of the victims had been molested sexually according to Coroner Andrew Toman. He said Laboratory tests for conclusive findings would be available wednesday. Jutting Chin i the sketch drawn from miss Amurao a description shows a Crew Cut Young Man with High cheekbones aquiline nose jutting Chin narrow set eyes beneath brows of medium think and thin lips. Technicians were checking about 100 fingerprints lifted from the townhouse. They had to be sorted from the victims own prints and those of their frequent visitors. Police and officials of the South Chicago Community Hospital began a Check on present and past employees. To be closed Street department Crews will close c Avenue be for three Days beginning monday to permit spreading a dust coat of Oil i on the Streel. The Street will be closed Between Blairs ferry and Bowman roads. Join Beany amp Cecil for cartoon fun in color 9 00 . Sunday Kurg to Channel 9 a or Hribar fit a a Kllc established in 1883 the Gazette co. And published daily and sunday at 500 third ave. Be Cedar rapids Iowa 52jo�. Secand class is slave paid at Cedar rapids Iowa. Subscription rates. Carrier 50 cents a week. mail night edition 6 issues $1.35 a month $13 a year afternoon editions and sunday 7 issues $1.35 a month to a year. Other states and u. 5, Tern tones 523.40 a year. mall subscriptions accepted in towns having Gazette Carrier service. The associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of All the local news primed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches r ,. A walking in the Roadway. Police tint there was Only one Anglica a Matsuda esm3ted the a i have received about 400 said she moved into the path Tion with a plat attached. I e Wou d cos a our letters a Matsuda said. �?o1 can to of the approaching car. Ondr a after receiving an-l00?. A a read English but some have Caulley of Shellsburg. Mccaull Fri pm the chief in i he said would 1, a Smi been translated for me. Some Ley told officers that he had up a or or a of Hiah unav mimis. A la re a Ltd a a a a the Rio Iii science Vav Riters say they done to agree turned the necklace Over to l n be Council adopted Anotol Jacobs for safekeeping Friday 1 bul May have t0 Sive with . solutions for peace. But or voluntary Resolution Annex in of a idea bec3usc of 3 a a a most express admiration or evening while he went Sam ing i gtd Vay 5 andiorca5h�?T the Auto was driven Gary a. Dennison 2700 Zika Avenue new officers said. charges were filed. Ming. Jacobs also again All of the real estate turn the necklace claiming that annexed Epli 23�?T later refused to it was lost. Mccaulley said. Jacobs was being held in the City jail saturday. Bond is $500. Richard Kruger 15, Hurt in Cycle mishap no new applications for toe real estate had been filed the judge said adding that it was the courts opinion the City would have to Back up and Start All Over again. Office Sale motives a a a was surprised because i a a in a planning to raise the wrote in and that 1 did no to Money Selling office want letters. Some even in wife a dressmaking shop and a closed Money. In a planning to 16-room two Story apartment a return the letters and Money to he said. Matsuda started his fast june the a letter from Martha Gell �2-3. He first took Only water but morn of new said you youth 18, faces fireworks count Harold e. Barger jr., 18, of 411 first Avenue so was arrested Early saturday on a a charge of discharging fireworks j within the City limits. I assistant police chief Vaude Fellwock drove to the 400 Block of first Avenue w at 2 25 . And arrested the Barger youth after residents phoned in complaints. Barger was released after Omaha Man reports theft ram hotel room to w Michael Sweeney of Omaha a told police that $85, his car keys _ and his Check Book were stolen Friday night from his room at the Roosevelt hotel. Police said there was no Visi he also said the september a and fruit juice. Gordon court new suffered a some land Over which the City coffin has enabled him Toj now drinks soybean Soun Milkhi al i t a i Sulbie si8n of entry to the room now drinks soybean soup milk 3 of Dwile and \ i a a a mave made a truly respectable Jar a llfl_�?zi.0j Richard Kruger. 15. Of 5721 a Resolution attempted to take he said an annual fast with a go Tirc in of Afaf a Mot Complete facilities funeral Home. Ano cemetery Dollar Bill another Eugene Cohen of Iowa City and that Coralville j he said he started using the san Francisco said a because failed to hold a Public hearing a coffin in 1955 to overcome their think you Are a Man with a on the annexation and zoning fear of death. A it was a Shock Good heart i am enclosing a possible head injury in a bicycle a of Iowa City had prior Juris achieve a Clear headed Ness Andi Accident at Gordon Avenue and a diction and which is now in a is a soothing to the Cherry Hill Road new Friday afternoon. A he was admitted to the intensive care Ward at st. Luke so As required their ordinances at first going in it but now i Dollar Bill and Hope at least Hospital. He was listed in fairly be iud8e assessed costs of a think nothing about it a he Obj 11,000 other people do Good condition saturday. I the court action against the City served. Matsuda a wife appears to be police said the Kruger boy of Coralville and the mayor and Matsuda claims to have a so not too worried Over her Hus tumbled to the pavement when councilmen. Costs assessed Lution to end the Vietnam a rib Ndu a plan although she stands one of the pedals broke and the the clerk was $89.89. A but he refuses to divulge it now to lose her shop. Bike overturned. I in the new York and of May 23. A at first i was against the a a a ferry mishap he called on the . , but now there is no argue War drama Quot stranger in j Marugame. Japan apr a ment to set up 50 a a paradises ment Between she said. A i arms Channel 9 Satur an Inland sea ferry boat in South Vietnam for War Vic let him do what he wants be Day night movie i0 00tammed a pier saturday in a lims. A cause he is a Man of Strong ., Kurg to a Juring 72 passengers. A in the London and a month j open for business across the Street from our old location John e. Lapes for All types of Floral arrangements 309 third Avi. See 3454511 does Turner s Quot very Best Quot Cost More every family we serve receives Turners Quot very bests service because it is the Only memorial service we offer. Cost is determined Only the casket selected and at Turners families select the casket in Complete privacy. Every Turner facility is available at no additional charge. That a Why we say Quot our very Best service to All with Cost entirely a matter of personal John b. Turner and son i 0 National selected morticians mvir7is Turner mortuary West 1221 first a. It to Turner mor Luery Soo second ave.

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