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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 £048  NT'  kt All I I  NATION Al WI At HU M lr vie I »0*K AST lo 7 AM UT 4-9 * ^  h O fc I O N  Rockwell Board Boosts Dividend,  The Cedar Rapid** Gazette:    I    ii.,    I    eh    X,    1971  L. T. LeFebure  Dies, Former C. R. Executive  Leo Tamblyn U'Febiire, 81,J former president and general manager of the LeFebure Corp. in Cedar Rapids, died in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Thursday.  Mr. LeFebure joined the LeFebure organization in Rill and  Howard R. Shaw  solutions. The first crew then saved the station with some dar-  Elects President  m «  ancl  dangerous repair jobs  Subsequent crews also executed  Howard IL Shaw fi'2 of .3032 The board of directors of some ingenious fix-it tasks that !Crestwood drive NW died Rockwell International Corp. permitted    the    station to    br*    in   1  Thursday following a short  vM,,(l  Thursday to increase the habited    for    31    mere    days    than  | illness. He had been a Cedar quarterly dividend to 50 cents originally intended.  Rapids resident for ll years. l J, ‘ r  share from 45 cents.  Born May IO, IOU, at New The board also elected Robert Sharon, he was married to I Anderson, 53, president, to the Grace Morton .June 18, 1958, al Tost of chief executive officer.  Bloomfield. He was employed;  Th( ‘  n, * w  quarterly common by Highway Equipment Co., and^ck dividendI is payable March formerly worked for Triple E Manufacturing Co. at Marion Mr. Shaw was a member of  to shareowners Feb. Hi.  As chief executive  of record  Attendance at Riley Hearing Urged by Coty  Not Enough Salt Left for Snow Storm: Murdoch  The city of Cedar Rapids is almost out of salt for use on city streets because of the truck strike, Wayne Murdoch, street department superintendent, reported Friday.  ‘Tm just warning the public to be extra careful with their  lowm TlMHtATum IO _ JO  un WI ATH! fc COTCX AST  Friday night will find fair weather across the nation with skies ranging from clear lo partly cloudy. A few showers however may be noted in lowor Florida and some snow is expected in parts of the central Appalachians and lower Rockies.  Born Nov. 13, 1892, in Cedar  w jf { , arc two daughters, Rapids, he received his educa- Frederick, Anoka, Minn., don iii Cedar Rapids.  While living in Cedar Rapids, he was active in the Chamber of Commerce, served as president  driving,” he said, in light of Ralph Coty, Cedar Rapidsj predictions for snow locally Fri-Anderson human rights commission direc- day and Saturday.  Methodist I succeods  Willard F. Rockwell,! tor, encouraged women who;  jr.. 60, who has held the position have faced discrimination when I Drivers Club of America.    | sincc l97 °-  Itekw ' >11  *«' con- seeking credit to speak up at a  addition to his' t,nue as chairman of  the board, hearing Saturday on tho need  served in (he top management  |h( , ,, |(k)|| UnUed   role Iron] lim until his retire  c h urc h, and the Studebaker| ment in 1958. He moved to Florida in 1961.  Surviving in  KOIS  and  Mary .Jo Leightner, Vancouver, Wash.; two sons, Delbert Shaw. Cedar Rapids, and Veryl Shaw, Eldon; three stepsons, Adrian  Collins Radio Co. is a unit of for legislation to prohibit such Rockwell International.  The city has only three or four truckloads of salt on  hand, “nowhere near enough for the main arterial streets,” he said.  of Elmcrest Country club in [Morton, Costa Mesa, Calif 1961, was a member of the Elks, I ^ orman  Morton, Mendota,  Masons; Kniuhls Tnmnlnr .Sprit- i tv __  have  [Masons, Knights Templar, Scot-j anc j Dean Morton, Arnes, and ll fish Rite, El Kahir Shrine and I grandchildren. the Methodist church.    j Services: Chapel of Memories    T   Surviving arc his wife, Meryl | at  |  p m  Saturday by the Rev.  mer 52 Services Saturday at 2  W ’ ; a son ’  Tamb, V n  I* 0 *  in Tx*e Roy Collins of St. Mark s  at Campbell’s.    "    ‘    California,    and    two    grand-     y n  j  t e d  Methodist church prejudiced by publicity.  Mi. Vernon — Leo J. Krejci, children.    Burial: Cedar Memorial come Committee sources said he in  71- Services Saturday at 10:45 J      ij erv     Friends may call at the I dicated major indictments could  ber  husband  discrimination.  State Sen. Tom Riley (R-'Iv/ijr p'm'fl-* eadpd he hea r  ing for 9 a.rn.at the Kirkwocd Community college cafeteria, continuing scrutiny to see if “ Tbis is no  illusionary thing,” streets will be sanded and spot there was more ”    Cotv    *a'd    “Ifs happening here salted as possible, with most of  The decision to delay the final ^'J’, da  1  r     I    he    salt    being    concentrated    on  report came a week after J a-  -Y/evr*-*?rf"*-  (Continued from Page  1  » to set  “For a normal two- or three-  inch snow storm, we would use eight loads for arterial streets.” In the event cf snow, the  worski requested Ruch a delay. [fearing his prosecution of defendants in the case would he     High tcmperntures    Thursday,    low    tem-      pcrafures pit,Ilion.    overnight    and inches    of    preci-      Anchorage    31 70    L Angeles    70    46      Atlanta    . 59 <0 .43    Miami    SO    TI      nomarck    IS I    Min'apnlts    14    -IO      Chicago    7S 16 .OI    N. Orleans    73    41 .40      Denver    36 2 .04    New York    33    20      Duluth    . IT -I    Phoenix    ti    40      Honolulu    ti 73    Seattle    47    36      Houston    46 34    Washington    SO 30      Extended forecast    Partly     The ^Veai’hee    assets    of $30,751, with $150  I claimed as exempt.  Gary Donald and Juanita! Marie Harkin, Oelwein. Debts: $19,2 2 8. Assets: $14,342.94, with $1,900 claimed as exempt.  Ferdinand and Doreen Clare Spitzor Maquoketa. Debts: $2,111.08. Assets: $165, with all claimed as exempt.  cloudy Sunday through Tues-1    Fires  day. Mild but turning colder by 11:30 a.m. Thursday. Mal-Tuesday. Highs in the mid 30s to! f“ c ^ d °'*'" 1n at 931  mid 40s Sunday and Monday. 12:55 p.m. Thursday. Short in Mostly in the 30s Tuesday. Lows wiring at 2601 Twelfth avenue  in the 20s, cooling to the teens  sv f-  2:34 p.m. Thursday. Child playing with matches ignited mattress at 220 Thirty-fifth i street drive SFL 23    4:25    p.m.    Thursday.    Short in  g dryer at 5400 D avenue NW.  9:20 p.m. Thursday, lnves-  Catholic  church in Cedar Rapids. Rosary I at 7:30 Friday at Kuba funeral!  home in Cedar Rapids.  —Taxes—  (Continued from Page I.)  Rexford A. Powell  Rexford A. Powell. 87. formerly of 116 Second avenue SW,  a case on f ie now the downtown loop area, he reported.  The city has been getting poor delivery on salt all winter, hut “this is the first time we have been this critical,” Murdoch said.  Efforts are being made to ob-  Wc  where a woman couldn't get a credit card because she was a divorcee.  “When a woman marries, her credit, rating becomes that of She automatically loses her credit rating.  the  Tuesday.  C. R. Weather  High Thursday ..........  Low overnight .......  Noon Friday ............  2 p.m. Friday...........  Precipitation ............  Total for Fob............  Normal for Feb..........  Normal through Feb.....  Total for 1973 .......•....  Barometer, steady Humidity at noon .  and a Cedar    Rapids resident  I most of his life, died Thursday evening at a Keystone nursing artificial limbs, false teeth, etc. home following a long illness.  - when it passed the bill     Bo ,    n Jan. 22, at Atlantic,  I p    to    then    the    proposal    had    he was married to Cora M. Gil-  been    backed    mostly    by    Demo-|| ctt    in March    19fts at At | antjc .  Surviving are three sons, Jack [  0 l enC e. A.    Powell,    Harpers Ferry;  Charles H. Powell, Cedar Rapids, and Rexford A. Powell, jr.,  Las Vegas, Nev.; seven grandchildren, and seven great-grand-  tery. Friends rr  Cedar Memorial funeral home 'come early next week.  after 6 nm Friday and at the 1  Chairman Sam Ervin said the ‘’Virtually any woman wno tain truck transportation, charnu after ll 30 a rn Satur- committee decided to delay the q cos out to  S et a  credit card  on | y mcans 0 f transporting the day The family suggests that report because the defendants under her own name will have  sa jt ) and  there is an outside frionits mar if thov utkh Hnnafp could claim it caused prejudi- 1  trouble.”    chance some salt may be on  to™cUnnCounty Heart turd [;' al  P^rial publicity. Se -id, Under carrom.cot* prow-  han ,  this weck d or early ncxt   J    L..    IU.    *:--ai-------*.    s_    i------1! cions tho rnmmiwnn 5 nilTrinH- I    Jj e     reported.  crate.  Rep. Norman Roorda (R-Monroe) replied to Daggett, saying he too is against exemption loopholes unless they are “in the interest of the public,”  ~ Kidnaping—  (Continued from Page I.) claim of a possible spread ot vi-  ‘Death Warrants”  current code  bv the time the report is issued Is»ons,  tb * commission’s author! he expects most of the defend- ty to investigate complaints of ants will have pled guilty.  que^  To House Group  The committee voted to turn “everything,” including its computerized file of Watergate evidence, over to the house judici-  But Capt. John Lothrop said, ary committee which is study-‘They are revolutionary and be-;possible impeachment of in nvnrthrnu/inrr tho nnv- I resident Nixon. Ervin said this  would include much not yet  ...12  Iii  None  Trace  .1.03  ...2.54  1.63  30.06  rn  titrate fire west of Nash Finch on Blairs Ferry road NE.  9:25 p.m. Thursday. Assist police at accident at 6900 Sixth street SW.  Magistrate s Court  Speeding: — Lloyd Steffens-meir, Lisbon; fined $40 and costs. Barbara Warren, 2055 H avenue NE; Michael Hubbell,  Wind direction and velocity at! jjos f avenue NW; Oretta  DeHaan, 4919 Midway drive NW: each fined $35 and costs. Terry Eaton, 1941 Eighth ave-* SE;  ....    .,    .    .    *    ----------------------o—o  licve in overthrowing the gov  which he considered the repeal  childrcn .     ernm( , n(    by forcc and  8  violcn „.  Dill to dc.    |    private    memorial    services    will    Grand    jury testimony re-  made  public.  Rep. Edgar Bittie (RAVest be held at the Chapel of Memo-ij eascd  Thursday in Martinez. The question of continued publics Moines) reminded Hag- I Ties at 3 p.m. Saturday by the! cast ot  Berkeley, said SLA  lic heari "S s b >'  the  committee  d scrimination. in credit i: tionable, Coty said.  Ho said legislation needed to: Give enforcement powers to  (he Iowa Civil Right commission  Add a ban on sex discrimination to any section of the Iowa code that deals with consumer  credit.  gett, a farmer, that he hadn't Rev. Arnold Herbst of St. Paul’s  was not discussed and-a-half-hour  -MS  (Continue  I from Page I  in  the two-    ------rr—;=  g rv j n  states said truck traffic was up.  o  at  Gazette weather station p.m. NW at 13 mph.  Sun rises Saturday, 8:11; sun nuv sets, 6:32;.  Year Ago Today — High, 18; low. 6; rainfall, None.  Traveler's Forecast  Saturday  Weather Hi- Lo  .... PtCldy 15-0 .., Cloudy 27-17  PtCtdv 27-10  Berkeley,  ,    m    .    . .    .    !    t    death warrants” had been.     3>llu     .. u ,.     Ul   in‘ h * n  ™ trf ^ lhodis F hurc h Bun ,t 1:  found in a house believed    but    still    far    below    normal  the    legislature    voted    to ex-    I Cedar    Memorial cemetery. The j  have served as a  headquarters. saw    But he said he was still  enipt cattle from the tax on  personal property or when it  passed the hill phasing out the  [casket will be closed at all 'times. Arrangements by the Cedar Memorial funeral home.  .     1     .    ,    .    hopefu    the    hearings    would    re  The warrants were aimed at '    ^  ; sume.  He said (hi  Kaiser Industries, General  levels.  In almost every  cafe. drivers  But, this will be of no use should the predicted snow arrive Friday night cr Saturday,  he added.  Suppliers Petition For Bankruptcy Oi Decorah Firm  Three Wisconsin firms have fi’.cd a petition in Cedar Rapids federal court asking Brown Electric and Appliance. Inc., Decorah, be declared bankrupt.  Lacrosse Acoustical Tile, Inc., and W A. Roosevelt Co., loth of Lacrosse, and Northern  personal property tax completely over a 10-year period.  Rep. James Middleswart (D-Indianola) said the bill was a “halfway measure” in an election year that didn’t help low income* and elderly people as  committee also speaking out Thursday on the States Power Co., Eau Claire, Tire and Rubber, a candy  cor -  vo V ( !d to "exchange information Proposed settlement echoed the report heiri ng claims totalling  Memorial Services  Karen Ilaars, 1055 much as it should.  Oakland road NE; Jeffrey j Rep. Emil Husak (D-Toledo)  xmr nc V>     w °oni    £*v Ve  agreed, saying his people are  NW; David Grissom, 221 Thir-i^*;..     1 v   Michael telling him to use the money “to  avenue, help those who need it.”  2916 C  Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City . Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha Sioux F’alls .  teenth street NW;  Hess, 375 Ninth Marion; Arthur Prier  avenue NE; each fined $30 andj sa j d  “They don’t want any tax costs. John Kuba, 2433 Fruit-!    • *    .    ,  land boulevard SW; Joel Wood,'• r <W |t  7 )" st 10 kpc h  lh< ' 1609 A avenue NE; each fined money, but don’t let it burn a $25 and costs. Don Humphrey, hole in your pocket.”  ,    ...    „    3012    Chapel    drive SW; John    d»i.»  t loudv .Bach in a n, 133 Southview    ..    .  CMoudy 29-9 drive. Marion; Clifford Dinned J Husak predicted that if the Cloudy 27-91723 pj rs t street SW; Richard bill is passed, “a year from now I t( Ul\ 29- . Hinty, West Branch; William  we ’jj come back here and raise Weeks, 3127 Bayberry drive  Lssig, Bernice  held at ll a.m. Friday ut the Chapel of Memories by a reader from the First Church of Christ. Scientist. Cremation was held at the Chapel of Memories, with burial at Riverside cemetery, Dowagiac, Mich. Arrangements b y Cedar Memorial funeral home.  King. Dora F. — 10:30 a m. Saturday at the Beatty-Beurle But mostly, he continued, they | chapel by the Rev. Glenn  poration and others,” said the testimony from grand jury pro-Services were ceedings in the Foster slaying. The group, with  the Internal Revenue Ser-  v,ew cf Ro 8 cr Gallawa y of $1,500 or more from the De-which has conducted in- Overdrive magazine    corah    firm  “it s a sellout, he said. The debts come from bills They sold these guys down the [for: $14,000 from the Roosevelt  with  vice  ... vestigations in the same areas, the insignia  Thjs wi]]   give the committee a  of a seven-headed cobra, is mul-'chance to view some tax re-  r * ver  ”     Go - ^ or  electrical materials sold  ti-racial. Witnesses to the Mon- j urns  he said    There    were    still    more    than    on open account; $240 for tile  day kidnaping said the abduc- Sources said there was an IM,OOO workers laid off, and furnished by Acoustical Tile Co. tors were two black men and a  a g reemen t to cut the 63-member  some more  l a yoffs were expect- and $20 for electrical services white woman. Two others, a committee staff in half by the  ed t0  **  felt  briefly even if the turmoiled by Northern States.  white man and a white woman,  end 0 f month  ; In other developments:  Nixon made the first move in  are also sought.  At Least 25  PtCldy 40-20  Bender. Burial: Riverside cern-*  et cry, Anamosa.    Lothrop    said    the    group    has    at  Eagle, Iola Loraine Kahler — least 25 known armed members,  Turner chapel east at 10:30 both men and women, mostly  iL m - Saturday by the Rev.;  w jiR e and  under 30. Some are Floyd Conroy. Burial: Cedar!,, ,    ,    ,    ...    .    -,  Memorial cemetery. Friends Clucks and Orientals, he said.  may call at Turner east until IO The group’s communique de-  a.m. Saturday.    dared    that Miss Hearst, an art  Morrison, Richard E. — history student, was kidnaped  ? 11>Y rb  ^  Cloudy 22-10  S w : ” Alfonso Rodriquez. 1507 [ be    ,ax ;.J 3tlt ,() vote a 8 a | nst  I Turner chapel west at noon  under a  “warrant issued by the  Fifth avenue SE; each lined $20 this bill is like voting against Saturday bv tho Rnv A r i un(Kr  warrant issued ny. we  PtCldv 21—5 Fair 54-28 Cloudy 33-12 . Cloudy 30-5  Re  Degree Days  Thursday .......... -  Total to date .  Through Feb. 7, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year  Coralville Lake  level Friday  Pool  Births — Sr.  Lune i  Feb. 7 To the families of Wayne Roberts, Shellsburg, a son; Donald IL Rat/loff,  M a cion, a son; Theodore Price,  Urbana, a daughter; .lames I*. Lee, Walker a daughter.  Feb. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs Marvin J. Thomsen, 616 Owen street NW. a daughter.  Marriage Licenses  Cynthia Heath and Dale Nelson, Pauline Smid and Cyril Brown, Mildred Greazel and Carl Floyd, all of Cedar Rapids. Gail Mckeen and Frank A11-h ms. both of Marion.  Petitions for Bankruptcy  Donald Clayton Ellison and Theresa Lynn Ellison, formerly known as Theresa Lynn White and Theresa Lynn Mover, of Anamosa Debts: $3,018.93. Assets: $1,260. with $700 claimed as exempt.  Martin R. and Sharon Ann Fitzpatrick, 3625 Yellow Pine drive NE Debts:    $35,289.53.  Assets: $51,005.50.  Gerald MeKlree, al as Jerry Me El rec, doing basin* and Helen Waukon. IL $7,436.2© at with $175 <  Stic claimed assets of $100, with all claimed a ; exempt.  I .ce P. and Rose Marie A. Montgomery, sr., doing business as Montgomery’s Cleaning Service, D u b u q U e . Debts: $7,033 08. Assets: $1,045, with $1,020 claimed as exempt.  Robert Dale and Dorothy Jean Parish, Oelwein He claimed debts of $62,550 34 and assets of $49,125,62. with a:* exempt She of $55,237 and  and costs.  Faulty equipment  Dietz, 521 Tenth street Lned $10 and costs.  Offense by owner —  4 4001 Parkston, 609 Ninth avenue SE; fined $10 and costs.  Traffic signal violation John Fichtner, 422 First avenue died NW; Pamela Merritt. Hiawatha; each fined $15 and costs.  Driver’s license violation —  Duane Ort berg, 3270 Blakely boulevard SE; fined $20 and  costs.  motherhood.  The motherhood reference, re-  NW; peatcd by several other males  by the Rev. A. C.,„    .    ,..    _»    it.  Hornbostel of Bethany Luther- [Lourt of the I eople. an church. Burial: Cedar Me- The name Symbionese morial cemetery. Friends may parently comes from the  ap-  term  first move in opening disciks-opening discussions with th? house committee instructing his special counsel. James St Clair to make himself available to it for consultations.  Attorney General Saxbe told he thinks the senate committee ought to close up shop because “they're straining f cw ~ independent truckers a little bit now to stay in busi ness.”  strike ends. There were also A receiver was appointed for predictions of scattered food the appliance company's prop-fihortages in the Northeast, ertv within the last four months where prices for scarce meat/according to the petition.  poultry and produce were climbing rapidly. And it was predicted meat and produce would be short in supply for a week or so. with prices higher than normal.  Tim** To Return  Against that background  4  said  Former Official Dies  LOS ANGELES (AP) - Dana Latham firmer U.S. commis-ioner of internal revenue, died cf a heart attack Wednesday at 75. Latham headed the IR£ from 1958 to 1961.  leu uv several ouier indies  ca j,  at  Turner west until 11:30'^  Ki  ,-,  n , oon ; nn  *u, ,;, nn „ i,, on the committee, moved Rep. a.m. Saturday.    ,symbiotic meaning the living to-  53  4.630  66.26  6.631  671.60  M^y jSonja Egenes (R-Story City) “to object to the use of the word ‘motherhood’ that has been ban-  gether of two dissimilar organisms.  Postville    Mi    .    George  Brainard, 78. Services Saturday at 1:30, Community Presbyterian church. Schutte’s.  Postville Charles ll. Letchford, 52. Services Saturday at 3, Schulte’s.  Monticello    Ronald    Ray  Brockhohn, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs Lawrence M. Brockhohn. j S c r v i <* e s Saturday at 11, jGoettsch’s, where friends may ; raM after 5 Friday.  Elkader - Hilda Dunscrud.i 99 Services Saturday at 2 at Peace United Church of Christ, j Burial in Marion Lutheran! j cemetery, Guilder. Witt’s.  Tama Mrs Alvin L. Jones,; 173. Services Saturday at 1:30 Lit Mason-Hand’s.  Marengo Marjorie F. Patterson, 61. Graveside services at j I 4 Saturday at Koszta cemetery.' Harrison's.  Marengo    Mrs.    A.    I?  (Chink) Brown, 81! Services Monday at 1:30 at Harrison’s,  She said the hill would help young mothers who are struggling to make ends meet in trying to feed Ihcir families on low-income budgets. Whatever help they get from saving the tax on food is welcome, she said.  The committee made some minor changes in the senate’s definition of “food” before scnd-  Laurer, Helen Kemp  Turner chapel cast at 1:30 p.m.  Saturday by the Very Rev.  Canon D. A. Loferski. Burial:  C e d a r Memorial cemetery.  Friends may call at Turner east until I p.m. Saturday.  Traehta. W illiam v. 10:30 and burst into flames. Squier es-  —Fnf-alrty—  (Continued from Page I  they thought the settlement fair and it was time to return to  work.  But the majority cf those speaking out F.aid government prom’.ses of all the diesel fuel ti on returned by the three astro- that truckers need, an immedi-naut crews.    ate surcharge on freight rates to  The earth resources film and compensate for past diesel fuel tape will be studied to deter- increases and future rate hikes  —Sk'd^fc-  (Continued from Pace  for  women  only  John's Episcopal church. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home.  Kapsalakk, Kathryn— Brosii chapt'! at 9:30 a.m. Saturday and IO a.rn, at St. Patrick’s , .    ....    ,    .church    by the Rev. Carl Ries.  mg the bill lo the house colen- Burial: Cedar Memorial eemc-dar.   1 —Terrorist*- —  (Continued from Page I.)  was a woman and some were .Japanese.  The gang took 16 persons hostage and sent out word that they would kill them unless the Japanese government sent a plane for the lour terrorists in Singapore and flew them to Kuwait The gunmen released four of the hostages Thursday.  The four terrorists in Sin-gaporc — two Japanese and two  a.m. Saturday at the Chapel of  ranpH  ., nhll ..*  frpm hurn i nfl   minc if a s P ace  science can br to pass along merged cost Memories by tim Right Revel- ....    *    developed    for    locating    hidden    oil    were not enough  end ( anon I) A Loferski of St. ^Ui \    ,     m : nAra i     r nenrvi»«'    accnccint?  The fire department called to extinguish the fire. * * *  was  tory.  Ellis Y Opens Doors Sundays  The Ellis YMCA is opening its doors to the public Sunday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:30 in February because "the need for recreation is greater Sunday since the gas has curtailed travel. .  The building will Im young adults and Those of high school  now on shortage  and mineral reserves; assessing! Driver Art Young said in agricultural potential,    arable    Marion, III., “When the fuel  land and diseased and    healthy,    cornets down to wha! it was in  crops; estimating timber vol-    May, we’re going to truck. But  Frederick Charles Snyder was unit*; mapping snow cover and not until then.” born Nov. 4. 1932, at Redwing, predicting water runoff; chart- Thy» u tho oprwai «pn. Minn.    . ing air and water pollution Jam oTThJe opS a re-  He was married to the former sources; forecasting weather;  {urn t0 wor ^ They insisted the Norma Jones Dec. 30, 1961, at and finding good fishing  pr0 p 0sed  settlement reached in River    Falls,    Wis,.    and    had    been    [ground?.    Washington would only be infla  a    resident    of    (edar    Rapids    a    The Skylab program    almost    Bonney and would wind up on  year and a half. Mr. Snyder was failed when the unmanned sta- consumer's back a consultant on special education was launched last May 14. Some truckers’ spokesmen tion of the Joint County school A protective heat shield ripped prevent at the Washington talks system, a member of the Lu- off during launch, tearing off a predicted the trouble would end therm church, and a veteran cf power-producing solar panel by the first of the week. It was the Korean war. ,    and causing temperatures to possible, as some of them con-  Surviving in addition to his rise to an unbearable 125 de-tended, that most cf the ones W'i'e are two sons. Brad Philip 1  grees inside.    speaking against the settlement  and Todd Fredrick Snyder, and  age  . alestinians — had been holed  ;,,.,?.'.’.riv c h . on .', lr '' , A is  "'“ y  :' a !' a,1, ; r 1,1  up f»r tight days aboard ti fcr-formnly Saturday, A memorial has been ,    .    .    ,    .  as Jerry’s Disco, established    ryboat    iii Singapore harbor  Theresa McElrce, Marengo    Mi    Emma    after    an    unsuccessful    attempt to  claimed debts of Kraus, RI. Hoovcr-Valotitine’s. i assets of $695,| Tipton — Mrs. Irwin F.  aimed as exempt.I Hayenga, 82. Services at 1:30    ,,    .  lobts of $1,840 and | Saturday at Dye’s and at 1:30    Singaporeans    hostage    and    Of  Monday at /.oar ehurch. George. call at I)ye’s after ItHlr Hallie Flagon, 79 Sorvic*  nearby island They held three Singaporeans hostage Presbyterian!manded that Japan fly them to Friends mayi an  Arab country, but th** Japanese said they couldn’t find an Arab country to take them. at IYH* rs-Halvcison, where The Singapore terrorists re friend- may call after 9 Satinj ( , as( , ( | tln*ir hostages unharmed da.v Burial in Linn wick cetin tory.  Vinton Charles Ct. Prim- plane for Kuwait  Friday.  Nina B. Sunday at 2  and I stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Victor  below must be accompanied byj^nee. Hastings, Minn., and two  a parent.    brot h e r s , Richard Thomas  The Ellis branch will begin,Snyder. Weyerhauser, Wig., and;  spring tennis lessons Feb. 19. j Harry Robert Snyder. Hastings, 1   There are still openings for he- Mum.  .,    „    ..    ..    .ginning and intermediate stu- Services: Turner chapel east  b ow up a She oil refinery on a T    , ... ....    ,   L ;. , j , ri     *u_____I dents,    it dido ani Monday by the  Tho branch ks sponsoring a Rev. William Quillen of Iowa  second ski trip to Chestnut City. Further services and  Mountain at Galena, III., Feb. burial will be at Hastings at a  14 The trip is limited to senior lime to be announced Friends  high school students, adults and may register a* Turner east.  families.    The casket will not be open at      any time. The family suggests  What kind of sate are you that friends may. if they wish,  having v . . basement, attic, contribute to a charity of their  Classified Ad! 398 8234.    choice.  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