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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATIONAL WI ATMI 8 Slavic! lOaiC AST IO /AM IST 7 -IM - 74 Mrs. Joseph Kacere Mary Kacere, Bl), of 322 Forty first street NE, Itev. .Joseph Kacere, former pastor of St. George Orthodox church, died Tuesday following a brief illness. Born Aug. Curran Rosser Seeks Election To School Board Th** Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., July 30, 1074 Curran I,. Rosser, 2319 Ridge- School Filings Roto De La Hunt Rolo Ivan De La Hunt, 88, of widow of tho2288 Vernon road SE, died . . Tuesday in Independence fol- 'Vclv drlve SE, filed nomination lowing a sudden illness. Retired papers Tuesday for a three-year after nearly 45 years as an term on the Cedar Rapids Com agent tor the Milwaukee munity sehool b0ard. fOA_ . , , railroad, he was born in Ber- , 1W3, in Lebanon I (ramonA    26 1885    ■    In    announcing her candidacy, she had been a resident of A Ced.,r ,{apjds rcsidcnl sincf Mrs. Rosser said, ‘ I believe the board should be more Thursday Is Deadline for Cedar Rapids 62 years. .She was ,%| h .,„d    ,    M    ,    schoo| a member of St. (.eorge Ortho- Kwj„ mn marrjed a, ,,re. do* church and the St. George mont Ncb on ,,eb. )t |W_ A ladies auxiliary Survivors include two daughters, Genevieve David, Chadron, Neb., and Nina Kacere, Cedar Rapids; two sons, George •J., Cedar Rapids, and Michael Curran Rosser Oft W«ATN**IOTOCA5T$ Rain is expected Tuesday night in southern Arizona and the Gulf coast states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. veteran of the Spanish-American war, he was a Methodist, a 50-year member of Mt. Hermon lodge, a past master of his lodge in New England, and a ,.    _    .    „ .    .    ,    member of the North Dakota |.I Gordon, Neb.; nine grand- VpW and ORC and B. children;    one    great-grandchild,    Surviving in addition to his VT’    AbodeelyJ    wjfe are {w0 sons^ jvan j)aje Cedar Rapids.    Cedar Rapids, and Floyd nnpn    inrrtlt    anH    mnrn Services: Turner chapel east Gerald Anaconda Mont - two    citizen    input,    and    mole at 10 30    am    Fridav and    st    I Anacont,a*    two    avenues    of    communication at iu.30    a m.    J riclay and    St.    grandsons and a granddaughter;    chnnld    hi*    availahlp    ” George Orthodox church at    ll    great-grandchildren; a a.m. Friday by the Rev. Con- brother, Max, of Florida; and st anti ne Nasr. Burial: St. three half-brothers, Remus, I George cemetery. Friends may savanna, Ga.; Remas, Los -call at Turner s east after 3 Angeles. Calif., and Paul, Des Ham Doe, 1028 Second avenue P m- Wednesday. A 'Irisagian Moines. The deadline for filing nomination papers for all school posts is Thursday. Nomination papers must be filed with the office of the secretary of the school district by 5 p.m. that day, according to a Linn county auditor's office .spokesman. Ten eligible voters in the respective school district should sign the petition for a candidate’s name to appear on the ballot for the regular school election Sept. IO. Burglary Charge Lodged Against 6-Year-0ld Boy A 6-year-old boy Monday was arrested in connection with a breakin at an apartment. Police said the boy allegedly broke into the Phil Berg residence. 2030 Glass road NE, on July 22. Entry to the apartment was gained by prying a screen window with a knife. A bottle containing $10 in pennies and a walkie-talkie of undetermined value were taken, police said. The boy was released to his mother and the case was re-| ferred to the Linn probation department. Although she supports remod- Supervisors Vote Camp Stay for Home Residents Hiawatha Woman Linn county supervisors Mon- eling the four older junior high dtl' [avorcd a proposal to spon-schools, Mi*. Rosser said!?or 30/ncntaIly rclarded adults “buildings are not the only rom coun -v home a slx‘ problem facing the junior highs. I ^ ^ next week at CamP E Sentenced on One Charge, Not Three i„ninr hinVi Courage near Monticello. SE. fined $10 and costs.    [service    will be held at Turner Services- Turner chapel east JducatinS Ule Junior n,^n ^'\ q^e rcv Jobn Gallagher Violation Of restricted license east at 8 p.m. Thursday. The at 1:30 p.m. Friday by the Very T pr*“nl"I health center board member. dru& .charfi.e: not thr*e as re‘ ■iv suggests that friends Rev. Canon ILA. Loferski of St.1 h ’ Virginia Brubaker. 20, of 1408 B avenue NE, was sentenced in Linn district court on only one — Robert Walton, 1215 Second i street SW, and Harry Fetter, I ^ but teachers and administrators who demonstrate The Weather High temperatures Monday, low tem pnratures overnight and inches of pre- epilation- Anchorage 62 St L. Angeles 84 68 Atlanta 90 7? Miami 88 79 .33 Bismarck BO 47 . Minneapolis 76 56 Chicago . 71 64 N. Orleans 97 76 Denver 67 Si New York 85 67 .15 Duluth 66 S3 Phoenix 105 85 Honolulu 90 77 Seattle 86 60 .. Houston 97 78 Washington 91 65 Petition for Bankruptcy Donald Eugene Starks, 4419 jr., 215 De Long drive, Marion, may, if they wish, contribute to .John's Episcopal chnrch.' uililv m ;lin;nr i,ifTu    ma!    meeting    of the supervisors each fined $20 and costs.    the    St.    George    building fund. Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme-    in    junior    nign    are    tempt-    rhairman    Ipnn    nvW    not. made the proposal at an infor- P°^cd *n Monday s Gazette. each fined $20 and costs Driving without lights Terry Harford, 1138 Tenth street SE, fined $25 and costs. Trespassing — Edward the St. George building fund. Mrs. Earl Matteson She was convicted of possession of a controlled substance hiohl Chairman Jean Oxley noted . lory by the VTO. Friends may because' “career" opportunities 'ha‘ $l'801' revenue .haring    !? (call at Turner east from I p.m.|arn ariiuinr thorn »»    funds might be used to sponsoriC1, Ada Matteson. 70. of 2925 Wednesday until I p.m. Friday. are greater there.’ She suggested career opportu- busincss as Don’s Barber Shop.jnue SE, and Ronald Titlbach,' T^bts: $43,585.75. 3501 Bel Air drive SE, each fined $20 and costs. University hospitals in Iowa City- Extended Forecast cloudy Thursday with a chance Miller. of rain. Fair Fridav and Satur- SE. Assets: none. Partly A1lCcwale^HTir?r,’,Hi10 w!'* stopping on traveled portion! following a brief illness , „ i street SW. and Claudia Norenc °r roadway - Lillian Boose,1 street 430 Eighth avenue SW, fined °.!I $15 and costs. Altered driver’s license — 107 Thirteenth Both claimed debts day    Highs    UDDer    70s    to    mid    $7,959.87 and assets    of $400,    all uay.    nigns,    upper    /us    to►min    claimed as exempt. 80s. Lows, mid ads to low 60s. Richard Lee Schadle, 1631 r* n    \ai    iL    Washington avenue    SE. Debts: O. K. Weather    $29,641.46. Assets:    $50,    all High Monday ........  81    claimed as exempt. , ,    •    *l.    rQ    Clark    John    Wiest,    route    3, Low overnight ...............59    Tipton    Debts:    $10,731.99.1 2 p ni....................... <6    Assets: $75,    $25 claimed    as    ex- Precipitation  ...........None    empt. Total for July ......... Terry Dulin, SE, 2386 fined $15 and cd to transfer to senior ...” I ma? $1 Him in revenue sharing r She was acquitted of . iiie aduits. This Tuting c^ld'be|delivcry ?f a ”ntr0!led, .sut>- Johnson avenue NW. widow of Tke    caske^    **" n0*    | nities be adjusted to encourage    JI’31*® par*    tke en,'re recrca latter the    scrv.ce.    'competent staff members to re-    t,onal Pregram for main in junior high schools. res,dents, she said. Mrs. Rosser torney Forrest Rosser, is a    ~ou'nt"”f n'f    including*thieve*'tbe dru&s    on,y    to    accommodate graduate of the University of    county funds    including thereve-,‘not    for    profit Iowa and was a reporter for|"ue ®h"mB ,unds Pruoba5v    ^    tor p or 1. Women’s Wear Daily from 1955 Jv y,s ollowing the Aug. 13 t0 1953    bud8e,_ amendments    hearing. J OUth races D Born Nov. 15, 1903, in Cedar Rapids, she had lived here all her life. She was married to Blakely Earl Matteson in Cedar Rapids. boulevard costs. Expired license — David W. Stanok, Springville, fined $10 and costs. Unlawful use of driver’s ii- and a granddaughter.    The cense — William Heck. 500 C Services: Noon Thursday at by Traffic City Proposes Changes in Two Speed Sections j stance and conspiracy to deliver f jtional program for county home a c°nlr°Nec} substance. She received a deferred sen- Wife Of local a, A hearing is lo be held con- 'cncc because of a showing at a «•    v. g cerning the proposed use of baring thirtshf? had posses*! and was retired Radio Co. Surviving is amendments file Wednesday an oilman™ J***    ^    sonnf'he’^'adults 'w.llTc Police Charges from Collins] ^be city council will place on (file Wednesday an ordinance    soring    the    31 daughter changing two sections of    she    has    -v^    on    thel,^,.^ Dorothy Schieth, Novato, Calif.,!city’, speed limit regulations.    ‘“o^'    who    is    also    pres-    ^ 155 .Richard James Weis, former-! avenue NW, fined $20 and T    h„    ,    f    h    th    »    iw Ir Tiil„    n    rn    Tv doing    business as Dick’s costs.    turner cnapei west by tne Rev. Normal for July ............3    58    Chauffeur changes recommended iary. including one year as pres-Second street bt, was V traffic Engineer Mel Mover idc‘nt- and on the McKinley and ldent 0 Can^ Courage, said charged with a registration card .Quid reduce the' allowable Washington Parcnt-Teacher-Stu- W™"1„fo(rnouting could he violationi excessive smoke im .    OA    __________ Service, and Dianne Normal through July ......20.19    Evelyn Weis, 1240 Fourteenth Total for 1974   ...........31.49    street    N, Marion. He claimed Barometer rising  ......30.06    debts    of $65,628 and assets of $375, all claimed as exempt. dent Assn. boards. .a x a. . ,    Martin Laughlin of St Patrick’s speed en Sixth street SW be Intent to injure _ Thomas £ tu -i k    CK S tween Twenty seventh avenue She is a member of the Ii- address, fined $25' church. There will be a crema-.'»ecn I wen ^evenlh avenue brarv ^    R and costs.    tion committal. Friends may ana imHv-tnird avenue from 45    :    ...    ’    .    r    1    . Resisting execution of call at Turner west from I p.m. mph to 35 mph. and would make * 1    ^    ■ process — Clark Witt, no Wednesday to ll :30 a.rn Thurs-'scb°°l zone limits effective only Immacu^late Concieption church. day. The casket will not berl,ldnSscbo(d hours delayed 60 to 90 days.    proper muffler, faulty vehicle iii-    • *    equipment and assisting escape Gray Pleads Guilty    from officers Sunday. T n * l al    was ta^en 10 ^nn county 10 Hennery Unarge jail after allegedly helping a Michael Howard Gray, .‘169 Person escape from a Linn The Humidity at noon ..........38^|Sho claimed debts of $45,340 £TTlTT" finoH    —i mcuncauay iu u .ou u.ui. i oui s-i-------      u,    rp,    Pnsserc    have    four rhil- Wind direction and velocity    at and assets    of $400, all claimed addre^. fmed $ HIO and costs.    dgy The casket win not be during school hours.    h1    It ion    \VVh,nP nn c  county    sheriff’s    officer 2 pm NW at 16 mph.    as exempt.    |owa Deaths    opened after the service The At present the speed    limit at d,ca    attcn    Wa. hmgton Seventeenth    street SE. originally tounl>    sbcnf s    of ^or .    j    e CA Leslie Gene Klouda, 411 Scv- ,    "    ,    r i    L    r    -service, inc    hlgh    schooi    McKinley    junior    charged with robbery with ag- name of the Person whom Coo_ Sun rises Wednesday, 5:59; cnteenth street SE. Debts:    *°'va    Cres^ley w. Al- family suggests friends may, rf    i nder the nrennsed b‘Sb sch°°l and Grant Wood ele- r»ravition has Died "uiltv in Per helped escape was not avail- sun sets 8-27.    $6,576.86.    Assets:    $2,900,    all    S    V'J?    '    fi0-, Wednesday at lo, they wish, make a contribution m P h • Under the proposed ......u_,    gravation, nas pled guilty in ^ ^ f k Year Ago Today - High, 77. claimed as exemPl-low. 66; rainfall, none.    MaqislTate's    Court Traveler’s Forecast Wednesday    I and costs. Larry Sloan, route lucy wiMj, indKe a cum ii luuuuii 1        .    r-     mentarv    gehonl to the American Cancer Society change, the 25 mph limit would _ St. Weneeslaus Catholic church. hue’s.^where^frieiids ^may°call I or the charity of their choice. ! aPP'y on^’ from 8 a,m* untd after I Tuesday.    _ p.m. on week days. Meyers said Spppdins: — IGndal    Marquette    —    Bessie    L    Star-    lj    ‘IC    •    enforcing the limits onlv when SS!1    key.    78    Thu,^U    at    “X.    Memoridl    Serv,ces    they are really necessary would Thornburgs in McGregor. Burgess, Ricky \\. — 3:30 create greater respect for them Weather, Hi-Lo |^ three, Marion, fined $35 and ..    ,    iA    , Bismarck ......... Fair    82-55;    costs.    Wallace    Luedtkc,    »75    R?,rh.f rlffncil' &"1'    T    Sfiby molorisfs. Chicago .......... Fair    79-63    Second    street.    Marion; Samuelj    Bu,la'- Council, Memories by the Rev. Glen V. 'Hill cemetery near Marquette. | High of Berean Baptist church. Fair 81-60 Guzzo, .. Fair 76-58 .. Fair 87-61 . PtCldv 80-55 Cincinnati . Cleveland Des Moines Detroit .... Indianapolis  Fair 80-60 j Week Kansas City  Fair 90-67 SW; Wyoming; Robb Waukomis — Edward brid, 77. Reed’s. Ga-! Hall, 1005 Eisenhower street. Hiawatha; John Brokaw, 2140 A avenue. Marion; Johnathan 531 Wilson avenue Kenneth Roseberrv, Milwaukee  PtCldv 76-571 Conter Point; Vicki Harger, Mpls.-St. Paul . Fair 79-53 Center Point; Henry C. Reth- Vinton - Omaha  .........Fair    91-62    man, Belle Plaine; Thomas;77. Friday Fair 84-61: Fitzpatrick, route one; Gary    Creek Christian church.    Camp PtCldv 83-56|Gorsh, 928 N street SW; James [bell’s. Kalina. 1615 Eighth street NW:    Aurora — Walter    Bird    75 Michael Rader, 2865 Eighteenth    Pending, Fawcett’s, avenue, Marion: Roger Hall, Independence:    David    Stanek, Springville; Richard Hartke-meyer, 1714 Park avenue SE Albert LeGrand, Lisbon; Glenn Simmons, 2277 B street SW, and Jeffrey Fields, 1175 Seventh avenue, Marion, each fined $30 and costs. Edwin Koehn, Central City, fined $25 and costs. David McMiekle. -I 1017 Center street NE; Lesley Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.97, fall Collingwood, Newhall; Daniel Shakespeare, Fairfax; Clifford Mall, Belle Plaine, Charles Groff. Central City; Virgil Br a d I e y , Zwingle; Albert Downs, 600 Fifth avenue SE, each fined $20 and costs Equipment violation chad Cooper, 1229 The lower limit on Sixth street Lamont — Adah Seward, 82. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Ar- was prompted by high accident Thursday at IO at St. Mary’s.I rangements by Cedar Memorial rate and has the approval of the Scripture service Wednesday at funeral home.    state highway commission. C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 lf you need help: Foundation ll . 362-2174 (4 p.m. to midnight) St. Louis .... Sioux Falls • Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 4.7, rise .2 Lansing (18) missing Dam 9 (18) 13.8. no change McGregor (18) 7.4, no change Guttenberg (15)    4.8,    no change Dubuque (IT) 7 2, fall .2 Davenport (15) 5.5, fall .2 Keokuk (16) 5.0, fall .5 8 at Kreussel-Fawcett chapel. Lebeda. Joseph — Brosh \ipvpr caid Burial: Oakland cemetery, chapel Wednesday at 10:30 by' Manchester.    the Rev. George McDill. Burial:1 Forrest M. King.) Czech National. Friends may at ll at Prairie!call at the chapel. S h o u d y, Ford E., sr. — Wednesday 1:30 at Stewart funeral home by the Rev. Alexander George. Burial: Linwood. The casket will be closed at I 1:15 Wednesday and not opened after the service. Friends mav! Linn district court to a lesser abie-charge of robbery.    Cooper    was    released    from    the Gray had been charged with Jad luesday morning on $1,200 using a knife to hold up a Cedar dond Rapids service station the morning of May 16. He was connected to the robbery when he was involved in an accident shortly after the robbery. Sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 30. pending completion of a pre-sentence investigation. SvmfHithy is the hardest Hard to write, soy it with flowers PIERSON’S 1S00 ELLIS BLVD. NW FLOW FR PHONE    IHM -5: , Vi a VV; . Palo — Elizabeth Booth, 79. |ca|i at Stewart’s Tuesday until 1 ehanel^wes^VJd3° ^ Turner » p m. The family will be at the chapel west, Cedar Rapids. *wrai hnm, frnm a s .03 Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday .. .683.47 Births — Mercy July 29 — To the families of Jack Andrew*. Troy Mills, a son; Gary Srhroeder. 2900 Schultz drive NW, a daughter; Keith Trey, Marion, a daughter. Scott Appeals Conviction on Bank Burglary funeral home from .3 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Belehrad, Anna Marie — Immaculate Conception church at 10:30 a.m. Thursday by the, Rev. William P. Leonard.1 Burial: Cedar Memorial. Prayer service: Father Leonard at 71 p.m. Wednesday at Turner Mf • «**    '    . s r%. “ JGV- ■ j ■    '    "    -    ’    ' ••    v    T's.’t;..*    :    * p •• av . •• :V J c ....    -I.    .- v■*. T. =’ • i.-. Births July 29 - St. LuLe’s To the families of Stephen Foster. 359 Fifteenth avenue SW, a daughter; John G. Vecellio. 258 Sussex drive NE, a son; Max E. Betenbender, Coggon, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Des Moines - A daughter to Mr. and Mrs Kent Tharp. Mrs. Tharp is the daughter of Jack    Raymond Scott    of Des!chapel east. Moines    has appealed his    convic- Hover, Cornelius    G. — lion in    Cedar Rapids    federaliTurno,',r ®hap®1    cast at I":3°  _.    .    .    .    a m. Wednesday by the Rev. — Mi- £    seven counts involving    Allen S. Van    Cleve.    Burial: Second hank burglaries to the Eighth Oakland cemetery, Iowa City, street SE, and Clarence Fran-1 circuit court.    j    Friends may call at Turner east cisco, HOO Summit avenue SW. A    inrv    fnimH    unt»l 1° a-m. Wednesday. The each fined $10 and costs.    ...    „    '    y    •    J00”    casket will not be opened after Improper muffler   Michael Y 81 on six counts in the service. Cooper, 1229 Second street SE; connection with burglaries at Kubias, Olla Jeff Shimek, 320 Fortieth Randall and Swaledale and on stieet NE, Thomas Manos, 6518 Qne count of conspiracy He was Brookview lane NE; Curt Mc- jone coum o conspiracy mc was Nabb, 1123 Center Point road ] sentenced July 22 to 15 years NE, each fined $10 and costs. | imprisonment. Randy Klouda. 804 Fifteenth I ,    ..    ^„ street SE, fined $20 and costs.    e aPP€a^ petition Smoke violation — Michael. argued that “substantial Cooper, 1229 Second street SE, rights and claims” had fined Sin and costs    raised in requests for a Disobeying traffic signal 1    ^ V*V:1    4 I Frances —| Turner chapel cast at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday by tho Rev.! Reuben Tjaden. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at. Turner east until I    p.m.! Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. O’Bannon. Wilbur Le Roy Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. judg-; Wednesday by Dr. Le Roy j it is legal been H a r oTcT J c nTe n * * L*u ze r n'e; ** K e i t h    Iment of    acquittal, motions fori    White. Burial:    Oak Hill. Mr.    and Mrs. Harold Hartley. M Clever. 1990»- Eighth ave-    dismissal    and    a motion for mis-    Fri®.nds ™ay cal1 at    jnerS*stI 1026    Ellis boulevard NW.    nuc Marion; Carl UnkcL 621    trial    SE111 i3 t ^    Wednesday. . .    cp    I The casket will not be opened Marriage Licenses    Fifth avenue SE, each fined $ lo    Scott is    free    on $20,000 bond.    after the service. ^    ann costs.    1 Delmer Bohr and Violet Uth- Failure to yield pedestrian off, Keith Simmons and Jerrcl- right - of - n ay — Fred Rhom-dene Unkrich, Merwin Harris berg, Mt. Vernon, fined $25 and and Nancy Fay, Larry Peyton costs. and Elaine Thompson, Jack La Driving on wrong side — Tour and Marlys La Tour, WH- Rick Reitzel, 3224 Carlisle; Ham Bvrd and Sherry Ewen. street NE. fimcd $25 and costs. Glenn Ashbacher and Keena; Attempt to elude police —I Riley, all of Cedar Rapids, j Randal Williams, 1247 Hazel Mark Hansen of St. Johns, drive NE, fined $20 and costs. Mich., and Nancy Tonne of East Responsibility for minors — Lansing, Mich. William Mc* James John, 4323 Ozark Vicker of Cedar Rapids and street NE, fined $10 and costs. Sandra Finley of Hiawatha. Meter violation — Bernice James Fuerst of Omaha, Neb., Nelson, 801 Thirtieth street NE, and Kcnda Vogel of Cedar I fined $15 and costs. Rapids. Robert Hinz of Key-    Improper registration — Wi stone and Barbara Brownfield ----—~ of Cedar Rapids. Fires 12:45 p.m. Monday. Children with matches to vacant garage at 2418 First street SW. 7:16 p.m. Monday. Unknown to grass at 500 block of Fourth street SE. For 6 J years . , . flowers for all occasions/ John E. Lopes 308 3rd Ave. SE    365-OS11 Convenient downtown location VI rn* 'it. ' ' o' .ST. ti h.    ..    vt■ ■    BW ll vN.v, _ wav way jLV.v Funeral service is a matter of caring, then doing. A funeral director must be genuinely concerned ... and then demonstrate this concern by providing the finest and most complete assistance he can. v ;    At    least    this    is    the    way    Stan Lawrence looks at it, and families served here seem to agree that it's the right way. rn BC SH . . rum Kits , fritntp! He! ir era rue rn FTI! I I.OW I II SIMM* :»(MI8 Center Pl. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 Z < % o ♦ell someone you core with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answeied 24 hours every day NEW IN IHE WANI ADS! xii Look To Classified Each Day For 1 I ^ PATTERNS J / ) ■ ! I NEEDLECRAFT - ST- tit \ \ (rtf £awu* \\ IvCfCjU 11 y * 1 Shop The Want Ads For Excellent Buys. . mk Mi* ; ’%7 y FI *‘ I **!►* ■*    ’    K Murdoch_ lkm*Tuneial homes. MARION CENTER POINT CENTRAL CITY SPRINGVILLE WALKER    COGGON I and in Cedar Rapids THE BEATTY BEURLE CHAPEL J-Ii. 5;:, :':u t;:' YI W ii ;