Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 28, 1974, Page 5

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January 28, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Obituaries Mrs. Roger D. Kincaide Mrs. Hoger Kincaide, 33, I (Continued from Page I.) [other methods of generating John Popelka i power. John 1'opelka, 77, of 741 Thir- The allocations, r'EO said, arc lidt) slrcct SE> Sunday fo1' to Provide for 95 Ptr' unexpectcdly Saturday at flowing a bricfillncss. tent of February needs plus at Horn Uec. 27, in a 12-day inventory of Oil She was horn Jan. 5, 1011, toehoslovakia. he came CWar Hapids was married'10 'f at 7 to Itogcr U. Kincaide Aug. "arj Cedar Kan.ds years. A retired gram was employed by QuakcrJi jnc distribution by March 1. In other energy related devel- mts: Hawaii, a mandatory gaso-: Tiie Cedar Itaplds Gazette: Mon., Jan. 28, 1974 Courthouse 8? w 1 Co. He was a member of j launched Monday permitting lego at Wclcscy Mass. fadels of St. George at St.! Honolulu county drivers to buy thc Ihunderbird School of liUcr-Kycnccslaus church. Icasolinc onlv on alternate days national Husines's at I'hoenix.j lie had worked as a research j WH WtATHf fOTOCAM 6> Rain is forecast for Monday night from Ihe Ohio valley and lower Great Lakes -to western and southern New England. Showers are likely along the Atlantic coast from northern Florida to Virginia. Fair to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather Hiqli tomperaiurcs Sunday, low Icnin- croliircf overni'iht emit inches of pre- rinttfilion: Anchorage n -2 L. Anueles 6644 Allanla 71 57.08 Miami BO 74 Bismarck 35 23 Min'apolis 28 17 Chicano ...3759 N. Orleans 7268.01 Denver 37 21 New York 66 50 Dululh ...3913.01 Phoenix ...6336 Honolulu ..8364 Seallle ..4844 Houslon 72 62 .08 Washington 75 C. R. Weather 1 High Sunday .................211 Low overnight ...............25 Noon Monday 28 2 p.m. Monday 30 Rainfall None Total for Jan...............1.B2 7 Normal for Jan.............1.51 Barometer, rising .........29.90 Humidity at noon WiKd-direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at, 2 p.m. S at 5 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, Year Ago.Today 30; low IS; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck ......Snow 25-1B Chicago PtCldy 43-29 Cincinnati ......Cloudy 49-33 Cleveland ......Cloudy 40-30 I Des Moines .....PtCldy 35-26 Detroit ........Cloudy 38-30 Indianapolis .Cloudy 45-28 'Kansas City Mpls.-St. Paul .Fair 49-30 .PtCldy 30-18 Okla. City .........Fair Omaha .Fair 40-24 Sioux Falls......PtCldy 37-17 zero. Degree Days Saturday Sunday Total to date Through .Ian., 1973 33 39 Percent of normal year.. .58.82 Total normal year Coralviile Lake Pool level Monday C80.13 Births Mercy Jan. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bodtlickcr, Norway, a daughter. Jan. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlcs Tichy, 3303 Soulh- land street SW, a son. Births Luke's Jan. To the lamilics of Marvin Hoyl, 745 K avenue NE, a son; Dennis Burgess, 420 t. Sixth avenue, Marion, a daugh- ter; Charles Failncss. Center Point, a son; Bradford Mason, Central City, a daughter. .Ian. 27 To the families of Alan R. Wilsoiv. 1015V4 First avenue SW, a daughter; Kcnton C. Ellithorpc, 921 Old Marion road NE, a daughter; William Schullz, D20 Thirtieth street, Marion, a daughter; Dillon D. Jonos, Mcchanicsvillc, a son. Out of Town Births At Tuscaloosa, Ala----To Dr. r." and Mrs. .Tames A. Drahovxal, a daughter Jan. 27. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. John B. Drahovzal, 1400 Memo- '.7 rial drive SE. Marriage Licenses Diana Scott and Gary Frazcr, both of Marion. Barbara Knud- sen, Cedar Rapids, and Marry C a r b a u g. h Clarence. Nancy Cause, Newton, and Michael Crcagan, Iowa City. Marriages Dissolved ..Kathy and Rickey Amrein Williani James and Janet Sut Crnichcn. Pain R. and Delbcrl t.. Burroughs. Susan David A. RJltncr. Fires p.m. Saturday. Food on stove at 325 First avenue SE. p.m. Saturday. Klcc Irlcal wires aroinK at 101 Eighlh avenue SW. p.m. Saturday Taper under space heater at 1114 TV Fifth slrcct NW. p.m. Saturday. Assis- Iniien call at 505 Twcnty- seventh avenue SW. p.m. Saturday. Match to cm-lain at 822 Sixth street SE. p.m. Saturday. Short In Hcclrlcnl slRii at 1211 Kills liotilrvnrd NW. p.m. Sunday. Keliin- dlinii of fire at IIII3 Third iiv- cmii' SK. Legislature Somite Convened ill ii.m. Debated and lo the and means committee a >ill to ban .sluddc-d snow tires on Iowa highways. Debp.le bill to make changes n the eminent domain Inw. Received two bills including one lo reciuire the stale lo con- .racl with Amlnik for railroad service between Davenport and Council Bluffs. Recessed Tor lunch and com- initloe meetings. House Convened at 10 a.m. Recessed lor political cau- cuses. Received six bills including one lo require the laking of jlood samples from persons killed in auto accidents to deter- mine thc presence of alcohol and controlled substances. Recessed until 1 p.m. Magistrate's Court Speeding- Daniel Hqlub, Monticello Steven Morrissey, loggon; Raymond Stauffer, 1051 Thirty-fourth street NE; Lloyd Herbst, Solon; Richard Angell, Solon; William Costello, Hiawatha; Bryan Kqilly, 149 Heath street NW; Lester Hol- lander, 421 Parkland drive SE; Daniel Steync, 1563 Second avenue SE; Charles Schrim, Sioux Cily; Greg Loy, 3639 Twelfth avenue SW; each lined and costs. Gary Gilbert, 7100 Mt. Vernon road SE; fined and costs. Raymond Gulick, Belle Plaine; Raymond Morris, Walker; Dougfas. Both, 737 Fcrnwood drive NE; Lawrence Thcisen, 4101 Sixteenth avenue SW; Gene Lewis, Central City; Robert Clark, Central City; each fined and cosls. Improper turn Norman Roberls, 3701 Sixteenth ave- nue SW; fined and costs. Passing" on left Terry Wil- helmi, Atkins; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Richard Ferrelcr, route two, Marion; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Theodore Pierson. 647 Six- teenth avenue SW; fined and, costs. Dennis Northrup, 2350 Blakely boulevard r fined and costs. Plate violation Judd Fish- er, 1801 I street SW; fined and costs. Reckless driving- Larry Kutcher, 324 Daniels street NE; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Larry Cole, 2441 Illinois slrect fined and costs. Charles McElroy, Sedan, Kan.; Roy Goughnour, Monticello; Laura Melichar, 310 Sixteenth street NE; Mike Morrow, 331 Twenty-ninth street drive SE; Barbara Kouba, 2003 Fourlh avenue SE; each fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Bruce Gravatt, 1645 Hillvicw drive, Marion; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths WiitUins George H. Smith, 82. Services Tuesday at 10. St. Patrick's Catholic church. Ro- sary Monday at 8, George Brosh residence, Norway. S icon nicy Raymond Chambers, 40. Services Tuesday at 2, Bethel United Methodist jlnirch. Rites by IOOF. Holm's. Ridgcwiiy Olvin Hovdcn, 87. Steine's, Dccorah. Keystone Ray Ochlcricb, .18. Services Tuesday at St. John Lutheran church. Foll- mcl's. Central Cily Mylcs P. Brislawn. 77. Services Wednes- day at 10, St. Stephen's Cnlho- lic church. Rites al the grave in Spring Grove cemetery by Ccn- tral City Amvel post 37. The rosary will be recited Tuesday lit f! p.m. nl. Murdoch's, where friends may call nfler I p.m. Tuesday Central Cily Jessie J. Tay- lor. 6V. Services Wednesday nl Spring Grove Mclhodist church. Murdoch's. Vlntnn Nina E. Rapps, H7 Services Wednesday nt Campbell's. Independence Steven I. ifiint tit .my H ifllli I'lini'i'f' PIERSON'S 'Sr I'.inr cm ruwi.sr IHIKI NW Spear, 22, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. White's. Independence John J. Ney, 84, Brunswick, Ga. White's. Belle Plaine Mandus Joss 67. Peffcrs-llalvei-son. Tama William Rcbik, 75 Services Tuesday at Ma- son-Hand. Burial in National cemetery, Vining. Iowa City Stephen A Kesslcr, 78. Services Wednes- day at 11, SI. Mary's Catholic church. Rosary Tuesday at Donohue's, where friends may cull after Monday. Alburnclt Bess S. Dcitcr 88. Services Tuesday at M u r d o c h s Marion. Burial fordan's Grove. Memorial con- tributions may be made to Ihe Alburnclt Methodist church. i L'asoline only on alternate days lhe accorting lnp or odd fj .Iformcr Marie Viktora. to whom was married Nov: 11, 1919; two sons, George and Charles, both of Cedar Rapids; six companies. After her marriage, she spent wo years in Spain and two 'cars in Nairobi, Kenya, with ier husband in connection with lis international business. Surviving in addition to her msband arc a son, Geoffrey, ind twin daughters, Wendy and Stephanie, all at home; her mrcntf, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest tosek of Cedar Rapids; a irother, Ernest George of West Des Moines; and a sister, Karen V. Nelson, Glen Ellyn, III. Services: Chapel of Memories at 2 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Larry ft. Johnson of First United Presbyterian church. Entomb- ment: Chapel of Memories mau- soleum. Kricnds may call ;it Cedar Memorial funeral home after (i p.m. Monday, and at the chapel after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Friends may, if they wish, donate to a medical research organization of their choice. last nurnher on their license plates. No rationing hooks are in- volved, motorists are not limit- ed on the amount of gas they may huy on their day and, though enforced by the state, the plan applies only to llonolu- grandchildren and a great- grandson. Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday in Brosh chapel and a.m. in All Saints church by the Rev. Edmund J. Becker. Burial: St. stations were John's. Father Becker will re- long last week, cite the Rosary at p.m.: Monday at the chapel, where i Hubert McNamara, president friends may call. ot Worlcl Bank> Mon" I day thc current energy crisis j is not just a crisis of shortage tut more especially one of irice, particularly for poor na- ions. He cited a fourfold rise n the price of light crude oil n two years. "This means n Worker Sues Holman Co. For A Linn county man employed by Bcchtel Corp., general con- tractor lor construction of the Duane Arnold Energy center, has filed a suit against Holman Erection Co., a sub-con- tractor. Johann Aschenbrenncr filed the Linn district court petition in connection with a Feb. 12, 1972, accident in which he was injured at thc construction site. He says the accident hap- Ben M. Butler Ben M. Butler, 82, a former Cedar Rapids resident, died Sat- urday in St. Petersburg, Fla., where he had resided in recent years. Mr. Butler was a salesman for Welch Cook Bcals before moving to Florida. be conducted lu county, where lines at service Pcncd when he stepped on a -lations were up to two miles "bioshiold" which had not been i secured to a "vessel" and the bioshield fell 24 feet to a deck, breaking his right leg. Several operations were re- quired for the compound frac- ture, according to the petition. Hiawatha Sued For Damages in Services Average Pay To Senators Was DES MOINES (AP) State senators averaged more than from the stale in.salary and expenses last year, accord- ing to a report Monday. Under Iowa law, a state sena- tor's salary is According to the report by Iowa Senate Secretary Ralph Brown, 16 of the 50. senators received more than in 1973 for salary and expenses. Sen. James Griffin (R-Council Bluffs) received more than for his 1973 senate ser- vices, the report said, and Sens. Leonard Andereen (R-Sioux City) Warren Curtis (R.- and Iowa Senate Majority Leader Clifton Lam- b o r n (R-Maquoketa) totaled more than Lowest Paid As majority leader, tamborn earns above the base sal- ary for his extra duties as does minority leader .Sen. James Schaben Schaben's 1973 salary and expenses amounted to The lowest paid senator was late Senate President Pro Tern Vernon Kyhl (R-Parkersburg) who was ill and did not attend a day of last year's session. Kyhl received in salary, in expenses and For a national legislative meeting in Miami, Fla., just before thc ses- sion started. Twelve received more than including expenses and the per day senators are paid for work when the legisla- ture is not, in session. Most of those who received more than arc legislators who live a considerable distance from Des Moines and serve on several interim study commit- Mrs. Ralph Buchanan Stella M. Buchanan, formerly of 4901 Kesslcr drive NW, widow of Ralph Buchanan, died Mon- day in Minneapolis following a brief illness. She had lived in Minneapolis the last year. Born Dec. 29, 1891, in Norway, Iowa, she had lived most of her life in the Cedar Rapids and Norway areas. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Donald Taylor, Hopkins, Tuesday in St. Judc's cathedral in St. Petersburg. Thomas Brctts funeral home of St. Pe- tersburg has charge. Burial will be in Shelbyville, 111. There are no immediate sur- tccs. Polk County Polk county averaged much senators lower than others, primarily because they received low expense payments during the sessions and during lhe interim. The report by Brown showed U. Gov. Arthur Neu (R-Carroll) received in salary for the for his legis- lative salary and lhe remainder at a day for slate business when lhe legislature was not in n. In addition, Ncu Inlaled in expenses. Brown's report showed he re- ceived as his salary plus as expenses for legislative business in Chicago and Phocn- Minn.; ncapolis; son, six Lyle F., Min- grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren, anc a sister, Cora Towe, Vinlon. Services: a.m. Wednes- day in Turner chapel wesl by the Rev. Alvon Nelson of First Lutheran church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner chapel west after 4 p.m. Tuesday. The family sug- gests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the Masonic Memorial hospital. (Continued from Page 1.) an interview in U. S. News and World Report. "An impeachment action especially a bitter, partisan im- peachment, which it would have to be if no further crimes of a great nature are developed would tear this country apart. 1 think It's already having a very serious effect on our economic Saxbe said. Test, of Impartiality Meanwhile, House Republican Leader John Rhodes has extend- ed to his own party the test of impartiality he applied to Dem- ocrats last week, asking that no congressman who has taken a strong position on impeachment should vote on it. "The sword cuts both he said Sunday, in response to a question about Republicans who have gone on record saying President Nixon is innocent of high crimes or misdemeanors. Last week he said house Dem- ocrats who had called for presi- dential impeachment should not vote on the issue. Thc Arizona conservative ap- peared on ABC's "Issues and Answers." "Certainly any judge who gets up on the bench and says thci plaintiff is going to win Ibis easel before thc case begins is sus- pccl and should be sworn off thc he said. Fails To Appear IOWA CITY Judge Robert Osmundsou of Johnson county district court Monday issued a warrant for 'the arrest of Tim- othy Stockslcll of Iowa Cily. The aclion followed Stockslcll's failure to appear for trial Mon- day morning on a charge of selling marijuana to an Iowa Cily undercover agent Ocl. 26. Kay Lethbridge Kay Lethbridge, 53, a former resident of Cedar Rapids, dice Sunday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Lethbridge and her hus- band, Al, both were associatec with the Killian Co. prior to leaving Cedar Rapids 20 years ago. Mr. Lethbridge and a son Barry, survive. Services are pending at Fair child funeral home in Fort Lau derdale. Memorial Services Blom, Clarence II. p.m. Tuesday in First Lutheran church 'by the Hev. George W Carlson. Burial: Cedar Memori, al. Friends may call at Turne; chapel east until 9 p.m. Monday and at thc church from 10 a.m to p.m. Tuesday. The cas- ket will not be opened after the service. Duncan, Donald Lee Ser vices were conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Chapel of Memo- ries. Entombment was in the Garden of Eternal Love a Cedar Memorial. In addition to the survivors listed previously he is survived by two sisters Lucile I. and Helen E. Duncan Cedar Rapids. Arrangement: were by Cedar Memorial fu- neral home. Blaze Blamed On Kids Playing With Matches Children playing with niatches has been determine{ as the cause of a fire which caused extensive damage to the attic of a Cedar Rapids home Saturday. Lisa Lane, 3, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Lane, 1013 Third avenue SE, suffered burns on her hands, face and feet in the blaze at her parents' home She was listed in satisfactory condition Monday at Mercy hos pilal. Two of her brothers were also playing in the house. Cedar Rapids firemen were called to the scene again Sun day afternoon when Lane ob served smoke rising out of the ashes. Firemen used an ax to tear out embers smoldering ii the wall. YEAUS AOO H.A.K. bombers altackccl Berlin again, kindling fires visible 200 miles Secretory of Stole Hull vowed Ihal Ihe Pa- cific war criminals would be JOHN Convoniniil Downtown Location 308 3rd SE 365-0511 punished when Ihe war ended. freight rales. (Continued from Page 1.) disclose details of the offer, bu said they would return to Wash inglon this week. In Youngstown, Ohio, 40i truckers, organized' under tin S t c e 1 h a u 1 e r s of America Chapter One, also voted on Sun day to continue their work slop page. The Northwest Ohio Chaptei of the Fraternal Order of Steel lumlcrs voted lo join in a nation wide shutdown scheduled fo Thursday. Tom Borer, a spokes- man for the group, said tlic ac- tion will be taken because of an inadequate response from the government on fuel prices and remcndous financial problem Allto Accident n the short run for lhe de- eloped industrialized nations of the world, but an even great- problem not just for the short run, but the long run, for he developing Mc- Namara said. Harry Bridges, president of Shell Oil Co., said Monday that .he U. S. energy supply would still be 2 or 3 percent below demand in thc second quarter of this year even if the Arab oil embargo were lifted by April. Gasoline rationing coupons are streaming off the presses at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The bureau began the printing operation last Friday and will continue aroum the clock until 1.6 billion cou pons are printed for possible use by March 1. A Cedar Rapids youth has filed a suit against thc -ity of Hiawatha, claiming an Oct. 31 traffic accident then vas the result of a street ending abruptly without warning sign and without adequate lighting. Dennis Bush, in a petition ii Linn district court said he wa driving in a careful and prudcn manner while eastbound o Willman street at p.m when he came to the intersei lion with Fifth avenue and ra off the east end of the road inl the ditch. He said he suffered lacera tions and contusions and wa hospitalized as a result of th accident. (Continued from Page 1.) been almost too much persona fighting, too much bitterness too much reaction." Referring to Ellsberg, Krog] said: "He has a different poin of view with respect to the war. I'm sure he has a differenl point of view with respect to practically everything that the President is doing, but that is no justification to say that therefore, he is an enemy of the United States." Earlier Krogh had said Nixon equated Ellsberg with Alge: Hiss. Asked who was responsible for the climate which viewec Ellsberg as a Krog] said: "Again, the climate is se by the top man." Krogh was interviewed CBS-TV's "60 Foot-Thick Study The Chicago Tribune said Sunday that Krogh has revealed that another plumber operation was reported, in a foot-thick study "detailing all the findings, the wiretaps, the conclusions and the fears that were part of the alleged spying" by the Pen- tagon in trying to find out Na- tional Security Council secrets. He indicated that the study backs up reports that Nixon was ready to fire Adm. Thomas Moorer, chairman of thc Joint Chiefs of Staff, for the spying. Secretary of Defense Schles- ingcr said there were some leaks but denied the spy ring existed. "Schlesinger has not had access to it, obviously, or he wouldn't have said what he Krogh was quoted as say- ing. State Again Seeks License Of Chiropracto The state of Iowa has refiled suit seeking revocation of tl chiropractic license of Thoma C. Sturgeon, jr., Cedar Rapids. The original petition, file Oct. 31, was dismissed in D cember because the state faili to follow statutory provisions f setting hearings in such cases. The Linn district court su seeks revocation on the groun that Sturgeon was convicte Oct. 4 on several counterfeitin counts. The 47-year-old Sturgeo is free on appeal bond. A dismissal motion in the pr vious case contended revocatii is not in order while the crirr nal case is on appeal. The judg who dismissed the case sa that point could be raised if new petition were filed. A hearing on the new petitio has been scheduled for Feb. at a.m. Accuse Walford Man Of Drunk Driving Lawrence B. McGurk, 42. Walford. has been charged with drunk driving. He reportedly was driving er- ratically when be drove past a state trooper checking speed by radar north of Walford Friday. McGurk was released from the Linn county jail later in custody of the community court ser- vices. Trinity Expands Reduced Price Lunch Program Guidelines for reduced pric lunches have 'been revised a Trinity- Lutheran school allow ing more children to qualify fo lower priced meals. The following family size-in come criteria are used in delei mining eligibility: one, two, three, foil five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, 1 12, and fo each additional family member Children may apply by fillin in the application forms sen home in a letter lo parents. A( ditional copies are available a thc principal's office. Principt Bill Dicckhoff will review appl cations and determine cligibil ty- If a parent is dissatisfied wil the principal's ruling, he ma appeal to Jim Thomas, chai man of the board of cducatioi 1819 Williams boulevard SW. Why lake our word that want ds work? Try one yourself. Call 398-8234. 20 YEARS AGO Tbc Fcdc; al Communications Commissio proposed to charge radio television broadcasters and] others fees ranging from to for applications for gov- ernmenl licenses and authoriza- tions. Tax- (Continued from 1'agc 1.) 18-month period due lu tbc phase-uut liill. At the lime the new law went inlo effect, the personal property tax was returning million a year to the coun- ties. Under the 10-year phase-out f the tax, the state pays the ounties 10 percent a year million) to cover their oss as the tax is gradually irascd from the books. The law provides, however, hat the state may skip a year vhcnever it doesn't have enough money to cover the annual payment, so the actu- al phase-out could take more han 10 years. However, it jrcscntly is on schedule. The law also provides that ,'omptroller Sclden and State Revenue Director Donald Jriggs must determine how much additional credit is due taxpayers as a reailt of the state's annual pay-out to coun- ties to replace revenue lost Tom the phase-out. Example I.arew said Selden and Briggs have set the additional credit for the 18-month transi- tory period at This in- creases the present credit to Two of the four tables worked out by Larew take this into account. The example Larew used in all four tables is of a taxpayer who owns worth of per- sonal property that is subject to taxation, Larew also as- sumed a 100 mill tax rate in each table. Table A shows thai in 1973- 74 the taxpayer received cred- it on the first of his per- sonal property with the state paying the county the tax on that amount. The taxpayer paid tax due on the remaining of his personal property. He could have paid that full amount in March, 1973, or in two install- ments of in March, 1973 and in September, 1973. Table B shows what would happen in the 18-month transi- tory period if the phase-out law were not in effect. The transitory period start- ed Jan. 1, 1974. So the mill rate for the full 18 months would be 150 instead of 100, with the state picking up the ?105 tax due on the credit and the taxpayer pay- ing the tax on ihe re- maining However, this time he has'a choice of paying the full in March, 1974, or paying three installments of each in March, 1974, September, 1974 and March, 1975. Table C shows that the tax- payer actually will be paying less because he will receive-a credit instead of against his worth of personal property. So at a tax rate of 150 mills for the 18 months, the state will pay due from the credit and the taxpayer will pay the due on the remaining Again, he may pay the in full in March, 1974, or in three equal installments of in March, 1974. Septem- ber 1974 and March 1975. Table D, Larew's last table, shows the mill rate dropping back to 100 for the 12-month fiscal year period July 1, 1975 through June 30, 1976. The credit again ap- plies, with the state paying the county and the tax- payer paying the tax due on the balance. Constant Rate He may pay the full amount in September, 1975, or pay in two equal installments of with the first due in Sep- tember, 1975 and the second in March, 197G. So, Larew informed Wells, rather than a "back door" increase, the taxpayer actual- ly will find his tax reduced, thanks to the phase-out law, it the valuation and the mill rale remain fairly constant. DRIVK SAFELY flowers show your loved ones you really care PLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phono answorad 24 hours ovory day John B, Turner Son FUneral Directors since 1888 Now, two completely-staffed locations to serve you. 'Ilirnor's Hasi 800 Second Avc, SI7. 'Ilirncr'sNVesi 1221 Hirsl Non-Contract NEW WANT AD DEADLINES PM Mon. PM Wed. SAT.........4-.45PMFri. AM Sot. 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