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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I ho Cedar lipids Gazette: Sat.. .Ian. 5, 1974 I . NADONAI WfAlNtt IlfcVIC* fOKICAST I* 7AM I ST I - M -74 yTl WI AIK!* ♦ DICK ASI ® Snow is expected across most of the Rockies and upper Plains region tonight, as well as in parts of the central Cascades. Rain is due along the mid Pacific, coast, the lower plateau and in the vicinity of the Carolina coes!’. Clear to partly cloudy skies should predominate elsewhere. Energy Pinch Draws Complaints at U.N. UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. here because we love the I (AIM The ll. N. diplomatic or New York City." corps is feeling the energy pineh    ^ln('an 11,11111,1 l(’s ,    , sided with the Arabs iii the Mid- Uke everyone else, and a few l1|(, Kas| lwn(,k., ambassadors are complaining. Spain’s ll. N. ambassador, There are more than I42 ll. N. Don Jaime De Pinies, has submissions and scores of consul- Rested that gasoline pumps be ates in New York and many of installed in the U. N. garage to the diplomats daily commute serve tax-free fuel to diplomats into Manhattan by car or train, and U. N. civil servants. or a combination    Such    a provision would “en- As a result some of them have sure that diplomats don't have joined the hundreds of Ameri- to stand in endless long lines cans waiting in line at gasoline waiting for gas,” de Pinies told stations.    the committee on U N.-U S rota Senegal’s ambassador, Me- tions. doune Fall, complained recently An Iraqi diplomat. Wissam that a policeman prevented him Zahawie, said Fall’s experience from getting gas and told him illustrated that “New York is ‘African countries should go to not the most suitable place to the Arab countries to get gas.” serve as U. N. headquarters.” Spanish Suction    Somc countries have for years urged moving headquarters Although his chauffeur later elsewhere, was able    to get    gasoline at    the    Better    Off station,    Fall    said:    “People should understand we    are    not    Bul    a    diplomat    from    the    Netherlands.    better off in    New    York Daylight Saving Time Des Moines May Appeal Voiding of Home Rule Ac, DKS MOINES (AP) Moines City Attorney Des Des Moines property owner* Pl,,!,,, against the city of Des Moines,! . ' the League of Iowa Municipal-Riley w.ll ask the city council to ^ ^ |n^jlw.,v rom appeal a ruling winch declared nljSj.jon parts of Iowa’s home rule act (|) ., clarification ol    last    I unconstitutional    week's ruling, Judge Holliday! The council la scheduled lo said Thursday that state Iou | consider on Monday Riley's re- enacted after Nov. t, Hit,J consider on    which impose restrictions on! quest that the case x <    iowa cities and towns are void the Iowa supreme court Polk County District Judge Gibson Holliday on Dec 2H held ^ 26 sections or parte of sections of the home rule act “unconstitutional and void.” A lawsuit was brought by 20 The Weather High temperatures Friday, peratures overnight and inches cipital ion: Atlanta    SS    42    .14    Miami Bismarck 13-14 Minapolis Chicago    24    14    N. Orleans Denver    18    -4    New York Duluth    08    -4    Phoenix Houston    45    42    Seattle    38    24 L Angeles    49    44 1.90    Washington    43    32 Extended Outlook — Generally than in his Arab-targeted homeland. told a reporter he saw “little reason for diplomats to be treated any different than anyone else.” During the New Year weekend. he said, he waited in line for gasoline and then got only $2 DES MOINES — A con- worth, about 3.5 gallons F^ViHnv f rnm tho A11 n n 4     nan Ciiv Briefs State Disputes Exemption for Church Buses DON’T BE A LOSER — Set clocks ahead one hour on Jan. 6 for energy-saving DAYLIGHT TIME. Two tires. Bv Harrison Heller DEATHS Theft Discovered two wheels, and two wheel iowa Dilly Press Assn ,    ^    ~    ,    .    drums    worth    $282    were    reported 1:30 at George L. Gay s, where . ,    r Mrs. Joseph Hayek Agnes C. Hayek. 93, of 1020 Although the U. N. coirmlex Tvcoifth yvomio •si*' u/iriftw nf Heavy Snow Forecast for Iowa Areas By The Associated Press Portions of Iowa are expected to receive some heavy snow during the weekend. The national weather service said a winter storm watch for the state — primarily iii the southwest — would be in effect Saturday night. The watch remains for much of southern and eastern Iowa Sunday. The weather service said it Judge Holliday ruled that al onstitutional amendment approved by voters on Nov. 7, I RHB. granted broad home rule | powers to cities and town*. Before the amendment was I approved, tin1 rule of law was that cities in the management of| local affairs could do only those things they were specifically au-thorned to do bv stale law. The constitutional amendment I says they can do anything the .state law doesn’t specifically forbid them to do except levy [ taxes. Another Hike In Fuel Rate: University Told IOWA CITY University of Iowa officials were notified Friday of an eight-ccnt-a-gallon price increase, effective immediately. on the fuel oil used to I White-Phillips’. Knitting or crocheting class- ln an opjnjon issued scvcra, serving measures. S? is,' tis ;££    SUS    Si?    siarisr    i    si    ss    Fria    sris :,n-    ...    tSUSlJSHH “.•ss. St. t-ers -—-—SL‘JSSSS LMS* Ii*-* was esti- ,    .83. Services Monday at partly cloudy through the Overton’s. Burial in Bucki period. Colder Monday and ham cemetery. Tuesday with highs 5 to 15.    ^ Some moderation Wednesday. S{ Joseph’s Cathode Church. ^e,d Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at J school, business colleges, trade AA — Potluck supper will be and from such things as Sunday Highs teens to lower 20s. Lows Rosary at a Monday at Witt’s, 385 Rockford road SW. Take school or Bible college are not    1    v! zero to IO above Monday, zero where friends may call after 2 covered dish and table service.    tn    anv nvAmntinn    K    K tored, officials said. And since Society 60 years, the energy crunch began, em-1 Surviving are a daughter, vent its full fury on Iowa, ployes said, they have noticed a Mrs. Walter Krauel, Cedar Tuesday to 12 below Wednesday. C. R. Weather High Friday ............... 18 Low overnight Noon Saturday ............ 18 and Sunday. Monticello entitled to any exemption — Matilda F    * * *    Consequently    the state safety Elder, 95. Services Monday at Embassy Club's delightful department is attempting to colin    at    St.    Matthew Lutheran    menu Saturday    Eve — Aristo-    lect    the registration fee    for aftei    -rats Dance Band in Lounge.—    these    buses from churches    and Adv.    other affected groups. vt*. *. u xx ii Charles Sinclair, director cf iu    .    .    p    ,    w ,    Clothes Taken    — John Miller,    (jle    cafety department’s motor 181 Cedar    Rapids.    Wake service    a student living    at Green Hall, corridors. Saturday at Goettsch’s. g Fairfax — John B. Scannell 68 Services Monday at 9:30 at; All Saints Catholic church, No Station Pumps Gas In Portland PORTLAND. Ore. (Apl - ______       „    „    ,nv0Ivefl    Gasoline    was a scarce item in Humidly     VT    “unday    a°t    Appkton"”^ *' * lauadr;v raom dryer while The department is attempting this city of 383.000 Friday night Humidity at noon ....... A)    0    una^    ai    Appleton s.    stud    ed    rn    h    s    room.    .___..__T    .J™.    Auto    club    officials    said    not    one out of the central Rockies would two dozen energy conservation measures are now in effect in Snow expected in Iowa Satur-i8n effort t0 save up nio.ooo a p I d s ; a foster-daughter. day night will continue in most bv which the rising eosts of fuel Helen Moel, Cedar Rapids; sections Sunday. There is a were already PXpectrd to ex three grandchildren; a foster chance of locally heavy snow in cced th’* year’s budget grandchild, two foster great-the southwest overnight, and Nollsch said that without the grandchildren and two foster across much 0f the south and ,atcst price increase, the univer-great-great grandchildren. east sections Sunday.    sjtv’s fu0| bill for the next fiscal Services: Brosh chapel at 9:30 H j gh temperatures 2 p.m.................... Precipitation .......•......None Sunday at 7:30 at rr.i.i ran    n    no    chapel    west.    ,    ,    __________ A I.or .............. u:r    Edgewood    —    Harry    Quinn,    that    four    shirts    and    ten    pairs    of    hundred Normal for Jan. Turner1A V." ......°----'.T"’    vehicle    registration division, cs- Coe college, reported tTiday.|imales ,heiv ^ church-owned buses 84. Services Monday at IO at St pants were taken from a Hind direction and velocity at 77 au n — tv ..    .    ,.    .    „! 17. Services Tuesday at 1:30 at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m., NW at 12 mph. Bakke-Hanson’s. Burial in Oak For * many * * years. we have to collect for the last several    M.,u    “ul    onc years of registration fees. of be P”r,land area s aPProxl' Sinclair said these fees may matel>' 800 servlce s,a,lons was a m. Tuesday and IO a.m. in St., f Wenceslaus church bv the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial:    St. John’s cemetery. Father Frana will recite the rosary at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the chapel where friends may call after I p.m. Monday. sets, 5:50. Year Ago Today — High, 7; low -3; precipitation, none. Degree Days Friday .......................60 Total to date........2.833 Through Jan. 4. 1973    3.224 Percent of normal    year    42.7 Total normal year    6.631 Out of Town Births At Minneapolis, Minn. — Mr. Mrr.    -.a'*'.or Kafharvn Beeh Lawlor. 69. 834 Sun rises Sunday, 8:35: sun | SaUcTll M^nda^"*' Fn*nds | pleaded our customers with a    I range from $60 to$135 a yexri pU^efr™iitan area    and the Waukon - Martin Martin- good meal. Thats because we    depending upon the size of the    ine meiroPolirao a,pa    rnt son, 79. Services Saturday at serve only the most select meat, bus    owners    of its nearly 400,000 reg- Third avenue SE. wife of Rayjteeiks| 1:30 at First Presbyterian. nrcnared bv the same hiehlv-ex-■' kon Tom Rilev iR Oriar Iistered vehicles have been the Lawlor. and a Cedar Rapid* mid 2^s in the southeast, cureh M;r,in-S    pcricnccd chef. ‘ J 4- D Steak RapC,ds, plans to introduce leg.s- Gerdt* 83. Serviced Tuesday Houses. 3124 1st Ave. NE and    IaUon to exempt church buses!.^f19 *“ “S, "    n    rw T^''-n    Pt    .Tit at 1:30 at Zion Lutheran 1848 tmh Ave. SW. Attention! !    used ••exclusively for bona fide    Rasolm(' CTmmonPlace    in    Orc-1 following    a short    illness. Free to all our church functions and not for 8°a.    Born    March    l2' l9ft4’ a' VlC' Friday church. Snider’s, West Liberty. Sun., Jan. 6th: customers - one Greek pastry, rent or hire to non - church One Portland station operator tor. she was married there June for a Year; sweet and happy New rnembers or activities.” — Adv. * * * Honored — Jane Schneberger, that any church which has not said he counted 225 cars waiting lo. 1925. Mrs. Lawlor was a Gibson reported Friday, naming for pump space at his establish- member cf Immaculate Concep- a star in the constellation Capri- briar's License B!5*rh Are SHcp and’ Mr^'Thomaa PhUlipa?11* 250 bfankto^Fs licenses dau«h,er„ ,of. Mr . aad TMr,s. !>a?d '^registration in the Pas! j c,“b“ „f‘g" sajd    a    son    .“Rctori'uw- daughter Jan. I. Phillips is the stolen from the Iowa highway • crot11<' i Chl1eberger, 16^9 Tenth will have it forgiven, and so gaso|jne anocations to the *tate lor. Cedar Rapid*,: a daughter, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. nafpnI    street NVV, has been honored for that any church that has paid amftlinf    7n on nnrmnt nf v*.,    t.,^c u.x, „c «ninn and Friday year is estimated at nearly $1 12 degrees at Cedar million more than in the current! Rapids to 21 at La mon1. Over- vear clue to increases in fuel I night lows were from 7 below costs and demand, zero at Spencer to 12 above at Transit Bill Is Pocket-Vetoed SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) — Completing action on 197.1 legislation sent him by congress. President Nixon has signed two bills and pocket-vetoed a third. The White House said Friday that bv withholding his signa-Jj ture. Nixon vetoed a bill that! wcu’d allow chartcr-service use Burlington. Temperatures won't he quite so cold in northern and western Iowa Saturday night, with lows 'rom around IO to 15 above zero across the state. Highs Sunday will be from the in the northwest to the —Comet— Continued from Page I. Margaret’s corn. “The comet is larger of huscs bought with federal •n f th k ii !i    co    ment    Friday in a line extending lion church and St. ?u..?SU... U    ab°ut    three-quarters    of    a    mile.    Circle    of    the    church    course,    but    in    total    integrated Sid King of the Automobile Surviving in add tion to her light it looks about the same.” Less Bright urban transit funds In a morno of disapproval. Nixon objected that the bill would let stand a ban on charter Phillips, 628 Souter court SE. Fires patrol drivers’ examining sta- 3UCCl ‘'dS ULX'“ ™ mdl any churcn tnat nas Pam amount to 70 to 90 percent of Mrs James Haves. Solon, and An astronomer said Dabih is use of buses purchased with tion in Des Moines Friday night. acadrmic achievement at Mary- the registration will have an op- ,972 leve,s    njno    grnndchi|dren    dimmer    than    the    North    Star    and    money    from    the    federal    high- the patrol said Saturday. 1:02 p.m. Friday.    Overheated    Thieves    pried    open    a    filing dnw at ll Thirty-sixth avenue cab;nc( safe gpt ,hp |jcensos 7:35 p m. Friday.    Stuck fire-    ,l n patrnl    said. place damper at 394 Thirty-    Patrol officer    Major James fourth street SE.    Smith    said the blank forms tenoned eaus^ poa.iw"^: Tld bp "P<,ddlod like garet ignited chair at 1791 Six- ClSP> teenth avenue SW.    He said    the price    of    illicit licenses would depend on how crest college. Davenport. portunity to file for a refund. Barker Ailing on His Release from Prison low. c°T- E**!' Buchw.1- much buyers are willing to pay “rSa“ ' r, 79. Services Monday at I, He said if a person couldn t Barker J WASHINGTON (AP) - Wa- would participate in the Watergate burglary now. tergate conspirator Bernard L. ter, 79. Services Monday at I.    "    *    person    cumuli i    exposure    to    cold    ^    ^0^    me^nv^differerR RivCekrTidne:BUthCrUS- BuriaI at    W*ll,e    in.    PriS?B    caused    from    the    strings I believed. I Hopkinton — Dexter (Doc) tin fn'tino MIp said thr SIDO fee    SI^P    ^lS    ^aCP’ was recruded f°r ^be service of Vrn«.o*»r ft? rncttenh'*    tO    MW    He    531(1 the MW tCC    ,    ..    .    .... x«. f Vt . uoeusf*1 *•    _    ..jc    papo    hnt    nn£ciKi.    m a prison official says the condi- mv country and I could never Hest I nion — Albert Free- is rare, DU! ll S pofSlDIC    r    •    ,,    ,    . man. 68. Burnham-Wood’s.    Smith    said    driver’s    licenses ,1(>n is the temporary side effect refuse that service, he replied. Fairbank — Wilbur Ellis, 92 He said Oregon’s estimated Services:    Immaculate    Con-    less bright than ail but one of wav ,rL,s, fond. 2.700 stations must boar an    ception    Catholic church at ll the stars in the    Big Dipper.    At    a    time    of    gasoline short extra load because more than    a rn.    Monday bv th^ Rev    Wil-    Bob Everoski, an astronomer    af'es> d is essential that oui 500 stations have gone out of    |jam    P. Leonard. Burial:    Mt.    at a Houston planetarium, said    {’ommunifies mass transit com-| business in the last year, losing Calvary cemetery. Friends may the brightness estimate means Panics can use tdeir buses to that many allocations.    j    call at Turner cast. Wake ser- city dwellers may see Kohoutek Produce badly-needed charter In the Portland area, it’s dif- vices: Turner chapel cast at 4 oniy faintly, if at all, because of rovenucs- and I will continue to. ficult or impossible to find a    p m.    Sunday bv Father Leonard    reflected cit” lights. Country    Pross f°r fbis balanced flexibih-* station pumping gas past noon.    and    St. Margaret’s Circle.    The    dwellers end those at high alii-    tyJ’the President wrote. Most dealers exhaust self-im-family    suggests that friends judos should    have a" better posed daily rations within two    may. if    they wish, contribute to1 chance. or three hours after they open. (he Katharvn lawlor memorial Some dealers have limited fund at IC church. The White House said hoi signed a $1.7-billion supplemen- sales to regular customers and some pump gas bv appointment only. Those interested should look |al aPP™PnaMon and a measure to the west-southwest al sunset. 10 ba'f fod<Tal Rran,s 10 s,a"'!i Services Sunday at 2 at Brant’s. Oelwein. Decorah — Alfred Barnstead, 83. Sendees Monday at 2 at Madison Lutheran church. Steine’s. Fort Atkinson Baptist Ott. 79. French’s, Calmar. Millersburg 83. Services at Best’s. Iowa City — Charles Spev cek, 70. Services Monday at Minister Tanaka said Saturday General’s Trip Plans Changed Ferry Sinks; At Least 22 Perish don’t indicate whether they of a head cold, have been filled out officially or Barker could barely speak be-tllegally.    cause of the paralysis when he _    was jreed Frjday t0 await the F irm Supervision    outcome of his appeal, TOKYO < AP> — The govern Barker, one of five Watergate ,    . ment will supervise business defendants who pled guilty of air ,orc<*' makmg a quick deci- capsized and sank off Mactan MANILA (AP' WASHINGTON (CFM) — The is'ar.d ferry with An inter-212 ahi arri ler,bur* John F Flack operations of Japanese firms in burglary, conspiracy and wire- sl"n    .Asp'n    ,D W'U J8lar;1 'I60, ,n,‘l<', sou,heas' °f * S NoSrth EnxHih    other    parts    cf    Asia 10 casc anli' tapping in the breakin of Demo- c,h a r    a.. a fi0"rra's Manlla : urday- a City - Charles Spcva-    sentiment. Prime erat ic headnuarlers, has served planni'd ,rlp 0 t‘u™pe ,by JU TI* Phi'hppine news a headquarters a little more than a year of a sentence of 18 months to six rears. He said the paralysis, diagnosed as Bell's palsy, was caused by exposure to cold a Fake Truce Proposal Sent by CIA Agent BANGKOK (AP) — The U. S tion and two Thai-Ianguage embassy admitted Saturday papers, that an agent for the Central In- According to the Nation, the telligence Agency sent a false letter was signed with the name letter to the Thai government Chamras — the code name of a proposing a ceasc-fire with in- member of the Thai CommuniM surgents.    ,    party central committee. It re- Thc letter was purported tOJportedJy offered a cease-fire in have come from an insurgent exchange for insurgent control , ,    ,    ,    i, leader, but government sources!of “liberated” territory in Thai- work because of the ailment,    ,    . fj said the offer was never taken land’s northeast. '    LarV    said- Prisoners normally    d " '    > ..I., I________ _______ f t -    nnrfnrm    manual    lahnr    arnnnH    S0    Cdn    l,pn-    Y0S‘- agency force transport would cost 24.000 said 112 survivors were pulled gallons of jet fuel, has said the from the water, but at least 22 officer and his party will take a persons were known to have scheduled military or commer- drowned and many others were cia! plane instead.    still missing Aspin said that not only The ferry had bren haltered Lull's J Bvosh <'n furl 10:30 a.m. Monday by the Rev A. T. Wash’ngton Burial: (' / e r ll National cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel from 9 a rn. to 9 p.m. Sunday. John Scannell Rites Set in Cedar Rapids John Beryl Scannell. 68, died unexpectedly Friday morning. A former resident of Cedar Rao:ds. be had lived in Fairfax ten years. Born in Fort Dodge, he came i ( 'da Rapids with his parents when an infant He had been associated with Bolden Hill for sewage treatment plants on need rather than population. Disaster Damage Tops $1.2 Billion .. L, ,n ... „ .    .....    .    should    the    trip    —    panned    by    bv strong winds and high waves .    .    n . week or IO days ago while he ,,    J:.    v    '    r» ra    Co. in Cedar Rapids for 36 years   . ... ,    .    ..    Brig    Gen    William    Yost    — be before it sank, and bad weather . .    ,.    ..1    „ was digging a ditch at Eglin air- 8 . , . . . ‘    before    his    retirement    Ho    was • t,r .    ,    .    .    canceled    but    the    plane    a    DC-6    hampered the search for sur- . . base. Ma., where he was impri- ,    ,    ‘    "y!"'    ,    ’    married    to    Lvd*a Hindi, July 24 impri soned However, Marion Lacy, assistant prison superintendent, said, “The doctor said it was a side effect of a head cold and it didn’t require hospitalization. It s not a permanent thing ” Barker was excused In Tama Court Case Rapids Traveling Men s Elks club and Iowa furiously because it was so in- J U S embassy officials re consistent with previous Ccm- fused to comment on specifics munist strategy.    in the newspaper accounts or to The embassy described the in- identify the agent. cident as a “regrettable unauth-    ------------ orized initiative.” It said Am bassador William Kintner has “directed categorically that no American official be involved in any activity which could be interpreted as interference Thai interna! affair*.” perform manual labor around the facility. Medical textbooks say the ailment can be treated in most cases, with good chances of recovery. Barker was flown from Eglin to Pan iv/l-an    Washington, where he was frerd reruvidn VUd*e on bond. He then went to his JMA. Peru (AF Four Killed by should be grounded and put in vivors mothballs for the duration of the energy shortage    Men Get Plea Time Yost, chief of staff of the air force communications service, planned to visit communications TAMA Michael G. Mermen* facilities in Turkey, Berlin, Ra Tama, and Kenneth E f Italy and Spain.    Sires, Toledo, were both given “If the President can set an until Jan 16 to move, plead or commercial, demur by District Court Judge Aspin said. Byland in court Wednos-“How can we talk about limit- da' ing the ordinary citizen to 35 ^ires 1S ^barged with conspir-gallons per month while gener- a v ,0 {‘ommit a felony, ai d reals throw away 24,(MKI gallons on    stolen property. Men- two-week trips to Europe?” neng i is charged with larceny in the nighttime and conspiracy to commit a felony. Botn were arrested in Tama when the comet might be visible as long as 45 minutes. Many astronomers had forecast Kohoutek would be even more    brilliant    than Haley’s comet, which lit up the skies in ,9i!!    t.    WASHINGTON    (API-Natural I hey now    theorize    Kohoutek    disasters, led    by    flooding, was on its    first trip    into the    caused more than $12 billion inner solar    system and as a    property damage    in    the nation result    it has a    more tightly-    last    year,    the packed nucleus    that was not    ported    Friday, easily    vaporized    by the sun’s heat and radiation. Therefore, n    .    . there was less of a gas and dust KeCOrCI v^hinese tail to be illuminated for any f'"Y| D J A* length of time by the sun    wl|    rrOGUCtlOn TOKYO <AP) —    Premier Chou En-lai says China’s oil pro- \A/^.-’J;.,    .4    du<’,ion ''*‘a(’h d a record high Wresiling Meet nt 50 million tons in 1973. two- the wife of thirds m<)rp ,han ,h(‘ 1972 lpV('1' government rc- Pursc Rifled During pur owned Iv 1948, in Cedar Rapids    an assistant wrestling coach at    daRan ‘ R.Vodn news    service re- M R ■Tincl w;    member    Washington hiRh sehnol was ii.    Por"'<1 Saturday. of All Saints church,    the Cedar    fleet and $1(1 and several credit $1,000 Stolen Horse Assn His wife is his only immediate survivor. Services: 9:30 a.m. Monday at All Saints Catholic church by t h e Rev Edmund Becker Burial St. Johns cemetery. Wake s mer Sunday a’ 7:30 p rn at Turner chapel west The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the building fund (f Alt S tint-, church. dub, cards taken Friday while she at- jThe (Tf.W    (Iwixrtlf * *dd> tended a meet at the school    ■    ^tiW Su/ann Se”h r. 254;; Meadow • driv” SF aal she I.ept Ie purse belli d her while watching a wrestling me t be tween Dubuque Senior and Washington hign schools. The purse was found at the foot of the bleachers about 9 30 n rn when she was leaving Co en frJ1 E» lob tithed In 1881 by Th* Goiott# -ina publlthfd dally and Sunday al bird Ave Se. (»4nr Raptdt, Iowa Socond Clat* Pottage paid a1 1 Cedar Rapldt, iowa Subtrrtpiion rate* by carrier 85 cent* a week. By moil Night edition and Sunday 6 ittuet 57 75 a month, 874 a yea' *PfIn00n edition* ond Sunday * ittuet 87 50 a month. 875 a year Other *totet and U S lerrllorle* 840 a year. No moil tubtcrtplion* accepted In oreot hoylng Ga/ette carrier ter vice At*°.rJ0,*rt Pr*'t It entitled exclir »r«'V .*0 Hit Ute for republication of on the local new* printed in fhtt newtpo per at well at all AP newt dltpafchet DYERSVILLE — Burglars en-    by a deputy sheriff and railroad — A strong    home in Miami.    tered Beckman high school here    detective. FHach was released in    earth tremor hit central Peru    “I’m back home.”    he told    arid stole $1,000 in money raised    on IO per cent of a $750 cash before dawn Saturday, killing    well-wishers and newsmen in    from the sale of candy. The    bond. The    embassy    statement    fol-    four persons in Lima and caus-    Miami. “Now I have    to go to    money was taken from the vault--- lowed    disclosures    of    the    affair    ing panic and some damage,    work and work hard    to rai>e    room Two other offices were    Want ads will help you find in Saturday’s editions of the There were no reports of casual- enough money for my defense.” entered, however, nothing was lost items, me them (cr quick English-language newspaper Na-ties in the provinces.    Newsmen    asked    Barker if he taken according to officials. results! Dial 598 8234 For 61 years... flowers for al Say It With Flowers With Originals from PIERSON’S'Tr I SOO Ellis Blvd. MW FlOWIRPHONi 366-1826 occasions JOHN K. (.A|*|CS Convenient downtown location 308 Third Avnnut VI 365 4)511 ;