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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Daily Record Z C. R. Weather P High Saturday........ ;ji; C II p.m. Saturday ;jli Uaintall ..................Trace Total for Jan.............. j.; Normal for Jan.......... 1 51 U Barometer, falling 29.84 Humidity al 1) ;C Wind direction and velocity weather station at 11 p.m. E at Hi mph. Sun rises Monday, ti'29- sun sels, Year Agn Today High, .11; low, 24; rainfall, none. Births Luke's Jan. IK To tlio families of Ifritlon, 2111 Wi-sl Post road SW, a daughter; Kicliard I'rosser, South Eleventli j street, Marion, a I'hlllin Oerdi's, Mnnlk-e-lln, a daughter; 1'anl K. Kroh. Lishon, a 'daughter; t'aiil E. Knmley, 1417 Thirtieth street NE, a I daughter. Births Mercy t Jan. 19 To the families of James liarthelme, 13X3 M e m- morial drive SE, a son; David I Smith, 835 Fourlli avenue SE, a daughter; Mclvin A. Se- mclrotli, Atkins, a daughter. Iowa Deaths Winthrnp -_ Hans John Schulr... 73. Services Tuesday at Hitchcock chapel in Laurcns. Fawcctt's IILTC. Independence Mary Col 84. Services Monday at 2 Burial: Lament ceme- tery. Anamosa Mrs. Gcorgi Sopor, 87. Services Tuesday a Goottsch's, where friends may call alter 10 Monday. I n d c p c n d e nee Mar} '-'Bouisc Franck, 87. Services Monday at Quasquetoi Union church. Mason-Hawe ir Independence. Kalona Hqnry J. Kauff- man, 78. Powell's. .7 Wellman Tillie J. Millicc. Services Mpnday at Fr a n k 1 i n United Methodist church. Powell's. Walker Gordon Mcadc, 78 r. Services Monday at JO, Sacred Heart Catholic church. Wake service Sunday at 8, Murdoch's where friends may call after 1 Sunday. Iowa City Irma McVey, J 45. Services Sunday at George L. Gay. Additional scr- vices Tuesday afternoon, Mcth- i_ odist church in Woden. Bough- s' ton chapel there. t Decorali Nels Blekcberg. 79. Services Monday at 2, Ma- clison Lutheran church. Olson- Fjelstul, Avhere friends may call beginning Sunday morning. Strawberry Point Car] Kramer, 78. Services Sunday at 2, United Methodist church. Center Junction Isabelle Serbousck, 88. Services Monday at Center Junction Pres- byterian church. Hayden's Wyoming, where friends may call after 1 Sunday. Brooklyn C.W. McShcrry, 8G. Services Monday at 1. Grace United Methodist church. Ne- vcnhovcn's. Castalia Mabel Heckward, 74. Services Monday at 2, Unit- ed Methodist church. Schutte's in Postvillc. Ml, Vcrnon Lloyd L. Kohl, 74. Services Tuesday at 2 at Morgan's, Lisbon. Visitation beginning at 1 Monday. I I iCwiiimied (ruin I'aj-c' 1.) i ended an ordeal that bewail at j about a.m. Saturday when I polk-e said they trapped him as IIP al templed to roll (he su permarkct. i The gunman, who was black, l.'i'.'n. took M hostages one lat- er escaped. He demanded a j bullet, proof car and said he wanted lo see Ihe Kroger pres- ident. That began Ihe 10-hour wait in which the gunman several limes fiml .siiois inside the super- market. "lie was very said one of the hostages who was freed when the gunman made his getaway from the super- market. The woman, who did not give her name, described jlhi' gunman as "very in- jtclligenl" and said he told her filial a cousin of his had been jshol lo death by police." j The gunman and his Ihrcc i hostages, two women and police U. William Doss, made their getaway from Ihe supermarket at p.m. The unmarked po- lice car which authorities had furnished at Ihc demand of the gunman sped through police roadblocks. Escaped The store's manager, who was Ihe Mlh hostage and who es- caped at mid-afternoon bj jumping off Ihe roof of the one- slory supermarket, said the gunman had questioned the hos- tages as to whether or not they had ever served on a jury. "Then he asked them if the defendant was black or said the manager, Wayne Ste phens. Stephens escaped when the gunman sent him to the roof lo see if any policemen were there. He said Ihe gunman was inside the store when he opened it for business Saturday morning. Police theorized the man had hidden and been locked inside Friday night, or had broken in during the night. Stephens said Ihc man made him unlock the safe and obtained about ?600. Police said the .gunman threatened several limes to kill his hostages. They said the first threat came shortly after police first arrived at the super- market. The Cedar liauids Gazette: Sun., Jan. 20, 1971 Camp Good Health Previously Man Jailed For Swindle By Roland Krtkeltr i ,lp'r d'" A Oinilx-rliwil City, memory of sirs. ;man was arrested Saturday eve- Mabel C. Reed, from jning in connection with an at- fril'ncls ani1 nrieh- I tempi to swindle a j W.UUI flf jhapids business man out of: ct .lloun from frien.ls I S25.HOO cash earlier in the day. ;in memory of Her- Being held in lieu of i Hflms frnm .'bond was Clayton A. Spiers, 60.i Mr- Mrs. Kills ;lle was charged with false pre-! I tenses, receiving stolen properly.'11 y of Krma land carrying a concealed weap-; 25.00 20.00 11.00 10.00 Very Funny! UPI Moiorisfs drove info a service station in Novato, Calif., Saturday got this ehergy crisis advice. The suggestion scorns about as practical as the bumper sticlrer reading "Fight a Horse." j Detectives said Ihc arrest was; .made about li p.m. on the basis! I of information received i c c r n i n g confidence activity being conducted in the cily. The identity of Ihe business! man was not disclosed. Another! person also was approached Saturday as an intended victim of Ihe confidence activity, do- tcdives said. No money was lost in either situation, they said. Spiers allegedly offered lo Illavnty f r n m: Mr. a i: d .M r s. I.orence Anthony, M r. n n cl Mrs. A. M. Larson and Mr. anil Mrs. A. S. Larson In memory of Miss Krma Illavaly from: Mr. and Mrs. Robert .landa, Mr. and Mrs. Mill) Kurla, Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Tresnak, Mrs. Marie Taller, Mr. anil Mrs. ..lack Williamson, Julia Paznur, Mrs. Kalh- 10.00 n r !TV oners j (More Briefs on Pnge ISA) Clothes Taken Clothes worth were reported miss- ing Saturday from a car owned by Wayne Spaulding, of Brid- geman, Mich., while parked overnight at the Village Inn, 100 F avenue NW. Church Burglarized The N o e 1 r i d g c Park Christian church, 727 Collins road NE, was reported broken inlo Saturday and missing from a vend- ing machine and a de.sk drawer. Music Missing A tape deck worth lour speakers worth and a leather coat worlh were reported missing Saturday from a car owned by Bill Webster, of 504 Wilder drive SE. Equipment Taken Two bowling balls and a bowling bag worth a total of ?55 was report- ed taken from a car owned by Chris Rlark. 1122 II avenue NW. (Continued from Page 1.) in the bailie. The Chinese (ask force included 11 ships. Hicn said the Chinese missiles forced the Soulh Vietnamese task force lo withdraw from the s t r a t c g Paraccl Islands, prized as a" possible base for offshore oil exploration around the chain of some 50 alolls, coral reefs and shoals. A U. S. spokesman said that Washington "is keeping a strict- ly hands off policy" in the Para- eels dispute. The Saigon command said ast week that Chinese fisher- nen landed in the islands. The command said Saturday a South Vietnamese commando team of men landed on Dun- :an Island in the Paraccls and engaged 150 Chinese troops.'An additional 450 Chinese reinfor- cements swept ashore, forcing Ihe South Vietnamese off the iny island, the command said. On the political front in Soulh Vietnam the national assembly approved a constitutional amendment enabling President fhicu to run for a third term. The amendment was spon- sored by 147 of the 219 deputies and senators in the assembly. When its passage was an- lounccd, Ihe legislature erupted iilo a chair-throwing fracas. irour opposition leaders shaved heir heads in protest DEATHS. GOP Chiefs See Little III Effect itake a SI hill and make il into a Pishil ani1 Mrs. Rebecca O'Farrell Anna Rebecca O'Farrell, wi- dow of Frank O'Farrell, fi.'ii; Fortieth st. NE, a Cedar Ra- pids resident for 50 years, died at Cascade Saturday following a long illness. She was born Oct. C, 1881, at St. Louis. Surviving arc two daughters, Vera Kohl, with whom she made her home, and Mrs. E. L. Floerchinger, Cedar Rapids one son, Charles O'Farreli.'Flor- risan't, Mo.; one brother, Wil- liam A. Kreulzer, Cedar Rapidis, six grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Services will be conducted in Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Monday by the Rev. James Riegel of St. Paul's United Meth- odist church. -Burial: Spring Grove cemetery north of Co- vington. Friends may call al r- XA only as parl of a broader agree-1 rrorn Watergate mcni including Israeli with-' iVesco: Bugging (Continued from Page 1.) the funeral home after today. 1 p.m. Jo Anna Marie Croy Jo Anna Marie Croy, daugh tcr of. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G Croy, 1923 Ninth st. SW, died at birth Friday. Also surviving are a brother, Ronald G. jr., and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Shelly, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Croy, Solon, great- grandmothers, Mrs. John Shce- ly, Marion, and Mrs. Bessie Wielman, North Liberty. Graveside services: 2 p.m. Monday in the Mt. Calvary cemetery, Ryan, by the Rev. Matthew Beelner. Kujja ftinc- home east is in charge. 20 YKAHS The Civil Acronaiilics Adminislration rec- ommended suspension of Radio Star Arthur Godfrey's airplane pilol's license. Ex-ln-Law, Daughter Join in Picasso Claim ANTIfJES, France (AP) 'ablo P i c a s s o f, former laughter-iii-law and her [laugh- er have joined Ihe claimants lo hc artist's big estale. Kmilicniie Picasso, former vife of Ihe painter's son, Paulo, said she would file a claim lo oblain rights In.Ihc fortune in lainlings for her and her daugh- ter, Marina, 21 Paulo is Picas- so's only legitimate offspring, born of his firsl marriage lo Olga Kokhlnvii. Picasso died last year al Ihc age of 80. Memorial Services Boss, Arthur a.m. Vfonday at Trinity United church by the Rev. Ernest Larson. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Cedar Me- morial luncral home is in charge. Wright. Raymond day at 10 a.m. at Murdoch chapel, Marion. Burial: Oak Shade' cemetery, Marion. Havtik, chapel at 11 n. m. Monday by the Rev. Alvpn Nelson. Burial: Czech National cemetery. Johnson, Judith Ann Holy Redeemer Lutheran church nt a.m. Monday by the Rev. Ccdric J. Lofdahl. Burial: Ce- dar Mcmorijil cemetery. Friends may register nt Turner west. The casket will not be opened at any time. I.ockhart, William Turner chapel nt p.m. Monday by the Rov. Ste- phen and Fidclitas Lodge No. 364 A.F. and A.M. Burial: Fairfax cemetery. Friends may call nt Ihc funeral home until 1 p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Include Ihc price for faster results when you advertise in Ihe Classified Ads! I'lllCSII Prompt FLOn'MlS IMirt-ru Vl.tli.-S I III I l.OM I'll SIIOJ' 51108 Center PI. lid. N.E. .193-5565 CHICAGO TAP) Republi- can leaders from several key states say fallout from Water- ;ate will not affect their chances n elections this v.ear'and drawal from Ihe occupied Golan Heights. The shtrmonl statement To Expel Nixon NEW YORK (UPI) Robert Vesco, wanted on charges relat- biil and invited the intended I victims to his room to show how it could be done. The stolen property charge stemmed from a stolen Tcnnes- see license plate being on Ihc car he was driving when he was had a 9 mm Mary Dlouliy In m c m o r y of our hushaml, father and grandfather, Howard M. Jordan, from his wife, Irone; son, Da- vid and family and daughter, Pesay and family 10.08 H i O JIUI S I L'UUI luuiy IldU el i.u to ms huslncss dealings nistol in his car with nf '-rank- jlhe agreement "does not puUed Xn lie most active Republicans still ]atriet movements, idont re.elcclion cam. support the President. Many of GO Republican chair- men from 39 states who closed three-day workshop session :iere on Saturday said they doubled that Watergate would affect local, stale or U. S. house elections. Some 'officials said there had oeen a defection of discouraged volunteers following the Watergate disclosures and sub- set] u e n t episodes involving While House tapes. None of several officials inter- viewed at the workshop, called by the GOP national commit- tee, said they believed the President's resignation or re- moval from office would benefit their state parties. Jack Warren, Texas state chairman, said, "Watergate dampened the desire of a few good candidates who chose not to run this year on the oth- er hand we have had a tremen- dously larger response in fund raising than in the lasl off-year election Warren and many other state chairmen said Hie energy crisis would surpass Watergate as an election issue. "I've traveled ;he heck out of Texas and .hat's what people are talking Warren said. I and Egypt will continue its polil- Cill and military struggle io re- alize the liberation of all oc- cupied Arab lands and ensure he legitimate rights of the Pa- estinian people. "The agreement gives Egypt ;reat flexibility of movement and maneuvering in speeding up .he implementation of the secu- rity council's the statement added. "UNEF" It said troops of the U. N. Emergency Force (UNEF) will separate Egyptian and Israeli forces in Sinai, and security zpnes will be established on both sides of the UNEF troops. In these zones, Egyptian and Israe- li forces will be limited, it said. "Egypt accepted the selling up of these security zones be- cause we can move our troops from the west (bank of the Suez canal) to the eafil al any time, and in whatever numbers and with whatever equipment, when paign, charges the Watergate scandal is a "well calculated arrested, but hot within his plan" lo gel Nixon out of office. Brazilian Police Detain Newsman Vesco did not name any per- sons involved in the effort to im- peach the President, lhal he said was begun "at least six months" before Watergate be- came public knowledge. "They had conceived a game plan which involved securing the indictment of a cabinet-level j member, utilizing leaks to the 'press, and were aggressively seeking cooperation of various people to help them in this Vesco said in an inter- view broadcast on ABC televi- sion Saturday night. Asked who he thought was activities. Take Peron Tape New York Times Services RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil- ian political policemen detainee a newsman, Henry Raymont Friday and seized his recently taped interview with Presiden Juan Peron of Argentina. Raymont was taken to polit ical police headquarters and in terrogated for four hours abou the interview and his journal! and Mrs. Kills G. Cram In mcmory of Olga Vcsely from N o r in and Doris Usher n help some child, Mrs. Charles E. Faulkner rom Mid-Continent Bottlers n memory of our mother, Mrs. Charles Nove behind the attempl to impeach Nixon, Vesco said: "Various people. I think (hc people who are most concerneo with the elections on the other side, that lost, were looking at She Walcrgate affair as a way :o mitigate to some extent their 10.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 4.30 3.00 1073 Budget Yet to he raised.....S lie was released Friday nigh after the intervention of Man uel Francisco Do Nascimento Brito, executive vice-presiden of JornaJ do BrasiJ, -Rio De Ja- neiro's leading daily. Raymont s a writer for Nornal do Brasil ailure m Ihe election and also f correspondent of (Continued from Page 1.) Armed Robbers Hit Store, Tie Up Customers Two armed bandils robbed Velson's grocery, 1558 B avenue JE, of an undetermined amount >f cash Saturday evening. Police said two young black ncn tied up five or six persons a back room during the Murse of the robbery. It was lot immediately known how nany were customers and how nany employes. One of the bandils reportedly vas armed with a knife and the ther wilh a small caliber pis- ol. The robbery was discovered vhen those who were tied up "aught I he attention of a cus- omcr who came in about 15 iiinutcs later. Police were I hen lolificd about p.m. MEMORIALS SINCE ISM 203 14th Ave. SE Phone 364-4439 Markers, Monuments ond Private Mausoleums ufBuOH when words aren't enough send syiif ailSiy with flowers FLORIST ami GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED 24 HOURS EVERY DAY II "lien n-iirils v il fltmm frnm PIERSON'S Your HO FIORISI ELLIS BLVD. NW Non-Contract NEW WANT AD DEADLINES PM Mon. PM Wed. PM Thurs. AM Sat. AM Sat. Correction! and cancella- tions 8 AM 'til 9 AM day of publication. 'Til AM Sat. (or Sunday, Want Ad Dopt. Closes at Noon Saturday DIAL 398-8234 this becomes try to reverse the outcome." statement said. j--------------------- It said the Israeli withdrawal j 'rom the canal's west and east >anks, provided for by the agreement, is the "consequence of the October war, and the first phsise of complete liberation of all occupied Arab lands." The statement said the criti- cism of the agreement by the Israeli opposition "means Egypt has emerged victorious." Egypt's next moves at the Geneva peace conference will be. made in coordination with Syria, the Palestinian guerilla movement, and the rest of the Arab slates, the statement said. .lie New York Times. "This is another example of jibe violation of the working 'rights of journalists in Raymont said Saturday. After the interrogation, thej GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For Kewi, Sports, Bookkieping, Genual Infor- mation and Ollius Hot liltid Call............................398.6211 (iiailolion-Suhscriplion Dipt.......398-1333 Mon. thru Sot. 8 n.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays Until 12 Kaon Holidays 11 o.m. to 7p.m. Wont Mon. thru Fti. 8 o.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday until 12 noon Diiploy Adi.ttising................391-822! 8a.m. to S p.m. Marion Ollice ....................398-8430 kct place to keep its value tne iape in the agreed range. The franc has been losing ground steadily against the dol- lar since the oil price hikes. Ex- perts said this was largely be- cause holders of francs felt the U.S. was more sheltered from the effects of the energy crisis. By ceasing support for the franc, the government no longer but said (hat they had kepi a copy. 3 Women Treated for Auto Mishap Injuries :Three Cedar Rapids women were admitled to Mercy hospi- tal Saturday afternoon after a two-car accident at the First av- SuicicTe's Details Are Corrected The husband of a suicide vic- tim was not in a nearby tavern when his wife killed herself wilh a shotgun, as reported earlier in The-, Gazette on the basis of early reports. Gerald Johnson, 31, of 1849 Twenty-fourth street NW, re- lorted his wife's car was larked outside a tavern an Fourth street NW at its inter- section with F avenue when he arrived about p.m. Hc first looked inside Ihe car {about p.m. when he re- turned to the tavern. He then found the body of his wife, Ju- dith, 28, of the same address, slumped across the front seat. ml has to spend foreign currency to emc ,o keep its level up and instead will have the extra money avail- able with which to buy. oil, whose price is set in dollars. Happy Valentine NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) udge John Henry has set dale lo hear the case of a woman demanding support from her husband Valentine's day. Feb. 14. 20 YEARS AGO The 50th anniversary of Ihe invention of the tea bag was celebrated by Ihe Tea Council of the U.S.A., Inc. TEAHEN FUNERAL HOME Sinre 1936 Marian F, Tcahcn Eldcn B, Rolm OWNER MORTICIAN Phone 3IH-6627 600 First Ave. NW I about p.m. They are Eva Herschel, 76; Edith Meyer, 84, and Ethel Pirie 81, all of 2030 First avenue NE. They were reported in good con- jdition Saturday evening. The three were passengers in a car driven by Adelaide II. Cass, 78, A avenue NE. She was treated at the hospital and released. Police charged her with failure to yield the right of way. She reportedly bad been driv- ing east on First avenue and turned left inlo the path of a westbound car driven by James A. McQuown, 38, Longmont, Colo. iiuitnl J" John B. Turner Son Hinowl nirerlors Serving all faiths since 1880. 'lUrnrr'sKasi Second SK 'Himr.'sWr.sl ILI'JI l-'irsl AvrAVrsi K. LAPES flowers Since 1909 Convom'cnf downtown focafion 308 Ihird Avenue S.E. 365-0511 Woman Dies in Mishap Near West Liberty WEST LIBERTY. Iowa (AP) Josephine Tock, 51, Chi- cago, was killed Saturday in a two car crash on a Cedar county road three miles north of West Liberty. Authorities sai'd Mrs. Tock wns the driver of a car lhat collided with a car' driven by Scth Limburg, 23, West Liberty. dhr (Uruar Saptfo! dazrttr Established In 1883 by The Gazette Co. and published dally and Sunday at 500 Third Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. Second Class Postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates by carrier 85 cents a week. By mall: Night edition and Sunday Issues a month, S24 a year: Afternoon editions and Sunday 7 issues 52.50 a month, 525 a year. Other states and U.S. territories 540 o year. No mall subscriptions accepted In areas having Goictte carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclu- sively to the use (or rcpubllcatlon of all the local news printed In this newspa- per as well as all AP news dispatches. Cedar Rapids' OLDEST FAMILY OWNED Funeral Homo ruiniuniiiM vivrr.i trrriiv nil IMigiinll in ,'IVl. nnlilnn Junrmlts Kyi- Kvr jVrrlitmlrrVi' .SVrnYc, J. Slnuirt L.K., I1'. Slrmirl 1 STEWART FUJNEKAL HOME fiiriiirrlr: iMiiiinliiiii-Slmni'l 362-21-1-7 A Funeral Home within our grounds makes our service to you complete. A capable staff, experienced in help- ing share the burden of your loss, will be devored to helping you completely. FUNERAL HOME (Icinclrry, Flower Shop 4200 1st Ave. NE HI-8000   

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