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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., June £9. 1974 Hal Walter Elected JA President Obituaries it* HtVICt fOMCASl lo IAIA til %    '    ',v    \    'jftlfttoL. NAtlONM Lester H. Spicer Lester Harold Spicer, 67, ot 714 Seventh street SVV, died Friday in a local hospital after a brief illness Born July 15, 1906, at Palo, he was married to Ruby Prior June 29, 1933, in Galena, 111. He was a resident of Cedar Rapids most of his life. He was a layout man for Universal Engineering for 35 years before his retirement in 1971, He was a member of Trinity United Methodist church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are a son, Richard, Mar-s h a 111 o w n ; four daughters, Diane Spicer, Naples, Fla., Susan Spicer, Racine, Wis., Karen Thorpe and Linda Spicer, both of Cedar Rapids; four grandchildren; three brothers, Myron and Chester, both of Marion; Jack, Humansville, Mo., and a sister, Edna Fulton , of New Mexico. Services: Monday at 1:30 at Turner chapel east by the Rev. J Wilson Hyde. Burial: Cedar Me-1 corial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east until I p.m. Monday. The casket will not be open after the service. £$O.Ot lOtTON MlNNtAfOU NtWYOAK CHICAGO, ATLANTA DALI AC 7977 29M    ' town? ttimiATum NC W OAlK ANC HOI HD SNOW Att now /JSMowits un WtAlHltfOlOCASf Showers and thunderstorms are expected in Michigan, Illinois and upper New Eng land Saturday night. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Daily Record Meters Taken — Walter Sweet, city meter department superintendent, Friday reported two parking meters valued at $183 were taken from the 500 block of Fifth street SE. County Bar Assn. Elects Ernest Pence Iowa Deaths Luana — Loren V. Leas, 47. Monday at ll, St. John’s Lutheran church. Military services at graveside. Visitation after noon Saturday, Schultz’ in Monona. Vinton — Mrs. Merle Burkhart, 84. Pending at White-Phillips’. Wellman—Henry H. Yoder, 75. Sunday at 2 p.m. at West Union Mennonite church. Visitation at Powell’s. Ossian — Andrew Timp, 73. Monday at ll a.m. at St. Francis DeSales. Visitation Saturday, parish rosary Sunday at 8 p.m. at Schmitz’. Montour — Alice Mae Lin-ville, 88. Monday at 1:30, United Methodist church. Burial:    Hazelwood    cemetery, Grinnell. Harrison’s, Tama. What Cheer Cloyd Fisher. 84. Sunday at 2, Harden’s. Burial: 16 cemetery. Thrifty Steam Carpet Cleaning Rentals. The Original! 366-2926.—Adv. Watch Taken — Jerry Murray, 1413 B avenue NE, Friday reported a wrist watch valued at $75 and a shirt valed at $8 were taken between Tuesday and Thursday from his apartment. Games. Saturday. Sunday. Montrose. Doors. 6:30. Camp Courage.—Adv. Cash Taken — Ernest Kahler, Fairfax, Friday reported $129 was taken from the glove compartment of his car while it was at the Ellis Park boat harbor. Car Looted — Wendy Sue Lekin, 61 Twenty-ninth avenue SW, Friday reported 24 stereo tapes, two speakers, and a key were taken from her car while it was parked at her residence. The items were valued at $154. Downtowner now open, under new management (formerly Golden Guitar) — this Sunday featuring Louis Cadd —Adv. Car Entered — Alvin Wes-temeier. 806 M avenue NW, Friday reported a tape player and two speakers were taken from his car while parked at his residence. The items were valued at $65. Equipment Taken — Lydia Hard, 3301 Forty-fourth street NE, Friday reported a ski rope, a six gallon gasoline tank, a siphon and bulb and a pair of water skis were taken from her backyard within the last two weeks. The items were valued at $106. Theft Reported — Nicholas Gearhart, 2111 Country Club parkway SE, Saturday reported a briefcase, an electric razor and assorted clothing were taken from his car early Saturday while it was parked in the driveway at his residence. The items were valued at $250. Buzhardt Released WASHINGTON (AP) - J. Fred Buzhardt, White House counsel and Watergate lawyer, has been released from a hospital 15 days after suffering a heart attack 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) John a Turner & Son Funeral Directors Serving all faiths since 1888. Turner's Hast    Turner    s    west Hi to sec otKl Ave. SR    \22\    i-irsi    Ave.    west For 61 years flowers for all occasions U.S.-Iranian Pact WASHINGTON fAP) - The U.S. will enter into an agreement to supply Iran with nuclear fuels and an atomic reactor, a state department spokesman says. Convenient downtown location 0 308 Third Avinus Si, 365 -0511 ;