Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Sat., November 2, 1974
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Showers and snow in the higher elevations will be widespread through the Rockies. Showers and thunderstorms will be scattered from the southern Plains into western Louisiana and from .Arkansas into the central Ohio valley. Fair to partly cloudy elsewhere.
Hiah temperatures FrMav, f * w tem-per a lures overnWrt and inert", of precipitation.
Anchorate 43 M .13 I. Angeles 44 53 Atlanta ...11)7 Miami ...7173 Bismarck 35 37 .09 Min'apolis 5» * Chicano ...JI 54 N. Orleans S3 43 Denver ....SS 37 New York 74 43 Duluth .. 34 37 .24 Phoenix 41 55 .OI
Honolulu . .IO 73 Seattle SO 43 .03
Houstcn ...74 73 Washington 04 43
Extended Forecast — Chance of rain Monday. Otherwise little or no precipitation through Wednesday. Highs in the mid 50s to lower 60s. Lows 40s Monday cooling to 30s by Wednesday.
C. R. Weather
High Friday .............. 68
Low overnight ............. 52
Noon Saturday ............ 52
2 p.m....................... 50
Total for November .......0.07
Normal for November 2 36
Normal through November 31.75
Total for 1973 ..............41.29
Barometer, rising .. ......3017
Humidity at noon ........ 96%
Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2
p.m. NW at IO mph.
Sun rises 6:40 a.m.; sun sets, 5 p.m.
Year Ago Today — High, 50; low, 34; rainfall, none.
Chicago Cldy 62-41
Cincinnati Tshwrs 68-45
Cleveland Tshwrs 63-48
Des Moines....... Cldy 54-42
Detroit ..........Shwrs 60-39
Indianapolis Cldy 66-45
Kansas City.......Cldy 54-42
Milwaukee -Cldy 56-40
Mpls.-St. Paul Cldy 45-28
Omaha ...........Cldy 52-38
St. Louis .........Cldy 64-43
Sioux Falls Cldy 43-28
Friday ...................... 7
Total to date ............... 6621
Through Nov. I, 1973 ....... 395 (
Percent of normal year 9 98
Total normal year 6,6311
(Flood stages in brackets)
Lacrosse (12) 5.1 no change
Lansing (18) 8.1 no change
Dam 9(18) 13.4 no change
Riley, Blouin Expound on Energy Crisis
Last minute campaign activities Saturday found candidates for the Second district congresses p.m. Friday. Flush gas-isional seat issuing statements cline at 4400 Sixth street SW. dealing with middlemen and the 6:20 p.m. Friday. Backfire international energy crisis.
in broiler at 507 Thirty-fifth street NE.
4:52 p.m. Friday. Flush gasoline in 200 block of Twelfth avenue SE.
Wenig road NE.H
through carburetor at 2210 Sixteenth avenue SW
Williamsburg — LeRoy A. Brecht II, 19. Hoover-Valen tine’s.
Middle Amana— Flora Watters, 89. Hoover-Valentine’s. Graveside services Monday at 2 in Cincinnati. Mac Johnson’s.
Tipton— Mrs. Floyd Wine-kauf, 62. Monday 1:30. Friends may call after 9 a.m. Sunday at Sheets and Solis.
Dyersville— Felix J. Ober-broeckling, 83. Monday 10:30 at Holy Trinity Catholic church in Luxemburg. Rosary Sunday, 8 p.m. Kramer’s where friends may call after Saturday.
Toledo— Ella A. Harvey, Monday at 2 at the First United Methodist church. Henderson’s.
Guernsey — Leona Johnson, 78, Monday 1:30 at the Guern sey Methodist church. McAn-inch in Victor.
Lisbon— Mrs. Elmer Briggs, 68. Tuesday at 2. Visitation after 2 Monday. Morgan’s.
Williamsburg-— Henrietta Reader, 87. Monday 10:30 at the United Methodist church. Visitation Saturday and Sunday afternoon. McSwiggen and Uhlmann.
Decorah — Mrs. George Johnson, 85. Monday I at the Decorah Lutheran church. Visitation after 3 Sunday. Olsen Fjelstul’s.
North English — Maude E. Harrington, 91. 1:30 Monday in the Best Funeral Home’s Chapel. Burial in the Williamsburg cemetery. Best’s.
State Sen. Tom Riley, Cedar 11:55 p.m. Friday. Backfire! lipids Republican, declared
that the farmer and consumer “appear to be victims of a shocking ‘rip-off’ by the middlemen.”
State Sen. Michael Blouin, Dubuque Democrat, saidi congress must take the lead iii devising long and short term strategies “to deal with the international energy crisis.”
Riley said recent federal statistics show “there has been a two-cent per pound drop in the farm price received for dry
Donald J. Kelly
Donald J. Kelly, 66, of 324
Thirty-first street NW, died Saturday in a Cedar Rapids hospital.
Born Nov. 29. 1907, in Missouri Valley, he was married there April 13, 1936, to Bertha Mace. A member of St. Patrick’s Cath olio church, the Knights of Columbus, he was a retired employe of Cherry Burrell Corp., where he had worked 34 years. He also was former manager and treasurer of Cherry Burrell Employes Credit Union. He graduated from Missouri Valley high school and attended Wayne State Teachers college at Wayne, Neb.
Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Kathleen Kelly Tes-lik, Cedar Rapids; two sons, James, Chicago, 111.; Laurance, Caudia, N. H.; three grandchildren; two sisters, Eunice Thomsen, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Delbert Skinner, of Missouri Valley, and a brother, Harold, of Homestead, Fla.
Services: St. Patrick’s church Tuesday at IO a.m. by the Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Rosary Monday at 7 p.m. by the Knights of Columbus and a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. by Father Laughlin at the Teahen funeral home where friends may call after noon Monday. Friends may, if they wish, donate to the American Cancer Assn.
Glyn W. Hugh
Glyn Walter Hugh, 80. of 1249 Nineteenth avenue SW. died Friday in a Cedar Rapids hospital.
Born Sept. 12, 1894 in Delaware county, he was married to Nettie Blanchard on Oct. 22, 1919, in Hopkinton.
Mr. Hugh farmed in the Hopkinton area before moving to Cedar Rapids in 1946. He was an employe of Wilson and Co. until his retirement in 1961. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist church.
Surviving are a daughter,
No Motive Found in C. R. Slaying
Cedar Rapids News—
An autopsy performed Saturday determined Rcdginald D.
Cady, 26, route one, Walker, died of four gunshot wounds to the chest.
Cady was killed Friday in a shooting outside Harding jun- [build false hopes by other nations that the U.S. will agree to
U.S. Diplomats Doubt Food Talks Will Cure World's Hunger Soon
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. I Support will be given by the pation in the conference, participants in the World Food U.S. delegation to the idea of a the Ford administration Conference in Rome next week system of nationally held food pledge some Increase in its food are warning against any expec- reserves. However, Russian aid program, which has e-tation that ways will be found to jparticipation is regarded by dined sharply in volume in the feed all of the world’s hungry in jsome delegation sources as a .last two years, the next few years. key condition before such a sys- Fact of Life
They say they don’t want to tem can actually funciion.
U.S. officials say a stockpile j But Martin sal(1 w()r,d hun^
of 30 million to 60 million tons of | probably will be a fact of life
bankroll an international food Fain could be set up.but details for 1«'yearsito come. welfare system. I would have to be worked out. j "There now are
ior high school where he was a custodian.
Police arrested Graydon Cas-lavka. 27, of 1304 First avenue NW, also a custodian at the school. He was arraigned in
open charge" of muX.°Bon^gricuPure .Secretary Blitz say. adequate world food supplies [“Our target should be to reduce
the emphasis at the meeting inland to deal with hunger arising it numerically.
Rome Nov. 5-16 should be on from natural disasters. Some government officials
improving agriculture produc- Martin, a career diplomat planning the conference believe
who is organizing U.S. partici- there has been a -shift in empha-
* sis by the U.S. from help-now to
The meeting of about 130 na- undernourished people in the
lions was proposed a year ago world, and there is doubt that
Instead, participants such as by Secretary of State Kissinger we will eliminate malnutrition
Ambassador Edwin Martin and to discuss ways of maintaining in the next IO years, he said.
was set at $100,000 He was being held in the county jail.
A .38 caliber revolver was
navy beans, but an unexplained (Mrs. Leroy Turner, Cedar 33-cent per pound increase ati^aP^s; *wo f°ster daughters, the retail level,” since October |Mrs- Herman Reth, Monticello. 1973 |and Mrs. Lloyd Buelow, Cedar
“Sugar is another example,” he said. “The farm price rose only 10-cents for a five-pound sack, while the retail price went up a staggering $1.10.
Rapids; four grandchildren, six foster grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Services: Monday at 1:30 at I Trinity United Methodist church by the Rev. Warren L. Feller. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until 9 p.m. Sunday and at the church from IO a m. to I p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the ser-
The same situation exists with regard to red meats and dairy products, although the margins are not as dramatic.”
Riley said he has sent U.S.
Atty. Gen. William Saxbe a telegram commending him for ordering an investigation into pos- i vice
sible price-fixing: by middlemen. -
Blouin said in a statement Mrs. Luther Wilson
that “congress must be willing. ... , „ .... ..
to coordinate a national energy, .^,ede^a t J policy which conserves what ]j_| widow of ^ ^ther ^ mited resources we have and a ap
distributes those resources equi-resldent for 26 years and an
— City Briefs —
, , ,, , . tion in developing countries,
recovered near the loading dock I \ ®
of the school where the shooting j__
Police said witnesses reported
hearing at least three shots. At
least one of the witnesses was a
school employe. Two other wit- _ . . .. . ~ n Vuir
nesses were reported to be stu- ^ar Entered Alvin C. Bus , a .
dents at the school who saw the Pal°' Frlda>' ,rcP°r ed a ,,al>c ”oePPne; 5208 ^ncer drive incident from a distance. Police, Player and ■ taPe aken ,fr0™ svv; Friday reported his v lie
however, refused to say if some ^ c" while parked at M6 containing $91 taken wh..o al
of the witnesses were students. C.cnter Pomt, r°ad J®. ^ Jefferson hlgh “ho°'
., .... _ items were valued at $72. * * *
Police said they still have no , , , Buresh Rental - Rent better
mo ive for escoting. Roses $2.49 doz. Cash and brand named equipment-Adv.
The shooting took place short- carry 4 Seasons ^ M, Ver- * * *
Iv after noon on Friday outside non ^dv Rest Rental Rents The Best.
Harding near a loading dock, . . ‘ ^\dv.
according to school authorities. , T . ~ « * * *
Lost — Apricot Poodle. Re-
Heard Shots ward 352-5508 or call collect Games* Montrose, Doors Sat. ard Worthington, a deputy assister custodians eating lunch 337-5726. - Adv. 6;30’ Sun 6 “ Adv- tant secretary of the treasury,
near the area and an assistant * * * * * "I don’t think they had in mind
principal nearby heard shots carburetor Stolen - Earl F. !rv^‘'c^d^°" ^rrtankl'n^’,nt ,hat ,hings were g0,ng 10 bc
and notified police and ambu- Kaska 340 l^wpllen drive NW I “ even worse,
lance. The school’s nurse as- Friday reported a carburetor Jerome’sdE Tower - Adv. „,f W(? had a good crop this sisted until the ambulance ar- valu€d at $100 taken from his! T _ p„nalH .war. people would be coneen-
rived. rar uhilp narked at hic rrci- 1 aris laxen ttondin bating on how to help people
A teacher who was on therein*. !.Bruner- Friday reported a car-fecd themse|vcs, and wouldn't
scene immediately after the; * * *
shooting said Caslavka had gone; Re-elect Ralph Tuesday, Nov. back into the school and into the 5. Paid by Potter for senator
help-tomorrow. They said this is in part because of a worsening outlook for U.S. farm production this year.
However, these same adverse crop conditions, along with rising prices, have made the developing countries desperate for help now.
India, Bangladesh and Central Africa are the immediate trouble spots.
“The conference was called at la time when we anticipates! good food harvests,” said How-
custodian’s-00m. j committee. M. L. Allen, Chair-
He said a couple of teachers j man. — Adv. went into the custodian’s room.
The two took him by the arm Wanted
buretor, a steering wheel, a bat- ^ worrying about food aid,” he tery, and a shift lever taken from a car parked at Webb’s
Transmission Service, 3645 J street SW. The items were valued et $185.
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... 1 women bowlers for, Shampoo living room $11.95.
and took him to the principals Monday at 6:00 p.m. and Thurs- bedroom $8.95. Diamond Carpet office, where he waited quietly;day at 8:30 p.m. Castle Lanes. 366-6226.-Adv. '
until police arrived. 1377-8277. — Adv.
Martin said in an interview that the rising price of food has aggravated world starvation, which has always existed to some degree.
“The increase in price ccr-
“In Shock” * * *
He was described as being in BL y>‘us ^ Holiday Bazaar.
shock while waiting for police to sandwich booth, November 2nd
arrive 9 to 9 P.M., November 3rd
’ fc .. *. , 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. - Adv.
The teacher said the gun used ^ *
in the shooting had been thrown yons Taken
on the grass outside the school.
John Wawro, 385 Seventeenth street SE, Fri-
The shooting reportedly took day reported two concrete lion
place at about the time the men w ould normally start work.
School officials said they did not know if the incident involved a work-related dispute or a personal matter.
Some students also heard the
statues taken from his residence. The lions weighed about 150 pounds each and were valued at $100.
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Re-elect Maurice Hennessey,
State Representative 22nd District—Democrat. Paid by Mau-Pol. Adv.
shots, school officials said, and the student body was aware of I rice Hennessey, the incident. * * *
Classes were continuing Theft Reported — Pat O’Gal-
73. normally Friday afternoon.
Lien Paid, Papa Juan's Reopened
(ably to all sectors of the econ-1'mPlo>'p of the Pidgeon Furni-omy and all sections of the'ore store, died in a local hospt-country” ta* ^riday following a brief
I Any acceptable energy policy I /P16 r ^ ^’
I for the immediate and long-1 ’ at Greenwood, Miss.
(range future must include a re- Surviving are a sister Fannie !turn to competition in the oil in- MaY Turnipseed. Denver, Colo., dustry, he said, as well as dev- anfl a stepbrother, Grover j elopment of conservation and Cleveland, Mint, Mich.
: recycling programs and a Services are pending at (change in the American life-1Turner chapel east, where
vin. 387 Seventeenth street SE, Friday reported a tape player
tainly affected the nutrition
* * * levels — from what they were
Experience Counts — Vote EU- two years ago — and it proba-
gene Ko pecky. Democrat, bly means more people are County Attorney. Paid by Tom dying because of increased sus-Shea. — Pol. Adv. ceptibility to disease” and other
♦ * * hunger-related causes, he said.
Carpet Taken - Irv Blattner. Serjous Kamine
502 Twelfth street SE, Friday,
reported 130 yards of carpet and' ^ut Martin added he is op-80 yards of “padding valued atomistic that the world will es-$810 taken from a house at 111 (capo serious famine, “although Sixth avenue SW. The theft is | there may be famine in a few the second at the residence this spots.” week reported by Blattner. The administration has asked
* * * congress for $i billion for food
A County Attorney must be aid in the current fiscal year,
qualified for vigorous prosecu- (which will provide about the tion. Vote Richard D. Raymon same quantity of food as last candidate for Linn County At-1 year. But the volume of food aid
tomey. Paid by Raymon for last year was the lowest since
Linn County Attorney Cam-congress approved the US.
valued at $85 taken by four men, Nq Sightseeing
Activities scheduled for Fri day evening were being can celed, and will be re-scheduled who expressed interest in buy
for another time. ing it. O’Galvin said the men
* * * I were at his residence when they
Rcdginald D. Cady, 26. a life-1 took the tape player and
leng resident at Walker, was knocked him down, born Jan. 13, 1948. at Cedar * * *
Rapids. On Nov. 4, 1967, he wasj
paign — Pol. Adv.
For President On Japan Trip
Food for Peace law in 1954 While food aid has declined, U.S. agricultural commercial exports soared last year to *21.3 billion, nearly double the previous year’s value.
Martin said that resulted from the increased commercial de-President mand for US. food and the
Come out to the World's Larg- Ford will not sightsee in Tokyo declining food surplus.
married to Roberta K. Nielsen, est Garage Sale sponsored by on his trip to Japan later this: -
at Center Point. the WMT Stations for Camp month because of recent demon- tx loller
Surviving are his wife; two,courage. Place: Exhibition Hall'stratums against his visit, the -sons, Rodney and Rcdginald, jr. j at Hawkeye Downs, today and;foreign ministry said Friday. I (Continued from Page I.)
at home; his parents, Jr. and tomorrow . . . 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.— But he will tour Kyoto, the an-
| Papa Juan’s Mexican restau- style.
(rant, 409 Second avenue SE, was —-
reopened Friday afternoon after; A EJnpr TWrt McGregor (1*8) 7*2 noThange |a 59,753 tax Den was paid. r i
Guttenberg (15) U7 rise .I The restaurant and a tavern, Firms TOP Fuel
Rods plac^ Fi™ ave"“e c .± , Tx
KcokukVe) 2 5 rise 4 ' NE. dosed Thursday after- Security Laxity
--noon by Internal Revenue Ser-
CecUr at C. R. (13) 4.45, rise vice agents.
I Robert Rodriquez, owner of Fires both businesses, said he paid
11:43 a m. Friday. Car fire the money on Friday. The clos-at May’s Island. ling resulted in a loss of business
11:59 a.m. Friday. Possible for about 24 hours, he said.
*pontaneous combustion to lint
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Saints Christmas Bazaar
dent capital and one of Japan’s most beautiful spots.
$625,000 in gifts and loans he received from Rockefeller.
, , i “Mr. Ronan has told us he
Monday, November 4th. 9 to ».|pi^b T!7 b“y st,x'ks
V,:’=““‘nul Mr^t^L^ices: 1:30pm. Monday a. Noon ,uneheo„ «d, be served.- ^
(friends may call.
McDonough, William J
Mrs. Leo Cady, Walker; ai Adv. sister, Janet Cady, Walker; and(
|a brother, Mike Cady, Cedar All Rapids.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)
Atomic Energy Commission has fined two companies a total of $16,500 for lax security (surrounding three facilities handling nuclear fuels.
The AEC announced a $12,500
at Teahen funeral home. Ser-jSt. Johns Lutheran church in (Adv. vices 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Kohl (Center Point. Burial: Walker funeral home, Faribault, Minn. I cemetery Friends may call at
The Fanbelt' Lawrcn“ ““(.he Murdoch funeral home
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more demonstrations arc ex- kind of rca, estate peeled. In 1960, violent demon-1 to|d thp ncwspaper '
and what Edwards
Soviet Luna 23 Orbiting Moon
Workers To Get
I Saturday, Sunday. 1844 2nd Ave. SE.—Adv.
* * *
Are you looking for Antiques? stratums by leftist students and u/oii, t o * a c a m I? Stable on the Alley.— union members forced cancella-i Subpoena Plan
and a'the'church after * * * ti0n °f a Visit by Presidtnt Tbe ** «* W* that
and at the church after a.m., * * * Eisenhower, but the government j Edwards said he plans to seek to
Sale including books, antiques,. expects no violence this time. I subpoena Ronan
Ford will be* the first Ameri- It quoted the judiciary com-MOSCOW (AP) — The Soviet! TT * • w — w. * * * .can President to visit Japan. ch^rman* Rep Rodino
trap on roof at 819 Fifth street ~ ~ ~ fine Thursday against General:Anion’s latest moon probe, Luna Firm's Stock 25 lucent off all Northrup Announc,ng his schedule, the '• '‘s a>in<? "f Ronan
SE . Ta»«*r S*rvices Electric for vLla.lons atfe Val- ». wen. into orbit around the r,rm *TOCK King Lawn Seed and Fertilize? |,or*‘«" ministry satd he arrives a“, ««'™ recants of
2:17 p.m. Friday. Illegal Services for Verne L. Tanner, lecitos Nuclear Center near Ii- moon Saturday, Tass news NEW YORK (UPI) — Texas- Peck’s Green Thumb Nursery. in ^°*c>° afternow of Nov.t K
burnln, a. 829 C avenue NW. Marjon, wiu ,* at I p.m. | “ZU ^ agency announced. gulf. inc., which rn 1968 irons- - Adv. Y |« and will have an audience ■
hu'riuL Pai"'i41^'Twcnty!!!mth Monda>' al ,he ^P01 °fMcmo-jat Morris. III. Nuclear Fuel Scr-' ------ jferred all its hourly workers lo| * * * :"dh Emperor Hirohito and . 1 'l-ra* Im' I can
avenue SW J r,cs ^ tFe Rev- Chides Moore, vices. Inc was fined $4 000 for Disaster Area the salaried payroll, announced Calculator Taken — Ronald ^mPress Nagako the morning of
4:41 p.m. Friday. Illegal Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme- violations at its West Valley, N. PORTLAND (AP) - Pres- Wednesday that it will distrib- Gauper, 3307 Wenig road NE, ,0v I9,He wl!1 *** them a8ain burning at 1114 First street SW. tery. Arrangements by Cedar y. facility. icJcnt Ford declared Louisiana a Ute capital stock to all its 4,000 Friday reported a calculator ni^al at a kan(luet given in
The AEC said the companies major disaster area Friday.: workers on a continuing basis, j valued at $149 taken from his mshon°r by the emperor had failed to meet new strict se-!clearing the way for federal aid' The first distribution of 40,000 car while parked at an undeter-i schedule calls for Ford to curity measures aimed at pre-!*0 rcPa>r storm damage. .shares will be made next month; mined location j hold talks with Prime Minister
with every worker getting at * # * Tanaka Nov. 19 and 20.
4:45 p.m. Friday. Grease fire! Memorial funeral home. OUT OUR WAY by N«g Cochran
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venting the theft of nuclear ma-, jterials. The companies may ap-1 peal the fines.
A spokesman for the AEC said the Vallecitos facility manufac-l tures nuclear fuel and uses uranium, plutonium and radioactive isotopes in medical research. The Morris plant is used to store spent nuclear fuel from commercial power reactors, and the Weft Valley operation has ,been closed since 1972 for mod-: ideations.
The spokesman said the AEC found monitoring, alarm and physical barriers insufficient at (the plants. It ordered the firms (to immediately begin installing I the required equipment and post armed guards around the sites (until the work is completed.
Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers
F B I .......... 402/348-1210
Highway Patrol 364-5171
After Hours ......363-5629
Police............... 398 5353
Sheriff ............ 398-3521
Medical Society . 365-2527
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Foundation ll .......362-2174
(Critii h*lp, I p m.-ondntfht) Information, Referral 398-3955
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Further stock distributions aaa from there for South Korea.
will be made to employes at; Advertising Error — Our ad- --
five year intervals. For examp- vertisement of Friday, Nov. 1st, 20 YEARS AGO — Movie Ie, the employe who gets five j stated I dozen carnations at Actor John Wayne, 46. and Pilar (shares next month will get IO $1.49. This was in error. It Palette, 21, of Peru, were mar-more five years hence, 15 more should have read I dozen daisies1 ried.
.shares on his fifteenth anniver- $1.49. We regret this error and jsary with the company and 30 hope it has not inconvenienced (additional shares on his 20th an-iany of our customers. Pecks ; niversary. Flower Shop. — Adv.
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