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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAtlONAt 30,00 N *t ai r i f WI AIM! I MtVI Suit Contends Company Promised To Buy Crop The Cedar Rapid* fia/ette: Frl., Mar. R, 1974 I. (Continued f rom Page IJ against iii! of tho defendants, charge the a 11 c» g e d scheme look place in the years 1971 to 1973. Interstate Seed brokers faces 70 counts of mail by wire and violations of the federal seed act which makes it unlawful to disseminate Donald Rogers, Active Mason OM WI A1 HI It I GICK AST ® Friday night, snow will fall in the northern Rockies, changing to rain throughout tho mid and southern Rockies as well as in southern California, the Lakes area and portions of the northeast. interstate transportation of fraudulently obtained property. Nor! h c r n , the indictment claims, sold seed to 89 farmers, 120 Of whom    paid    for    tho    Legionnaire, Dies a n d received nothing, The fraud fraud! (:harges sa * d the seed was to IJ °nald I Rogers, 77, of IBI I * have been of a special top-yield chand I«»* street SW, died Friday variety, but    was,    in    fact,    low    following a long illness. He had J I    quality.    been an agent for Prudential In- ,    , ' .    In addition to farmers, the in-    surance    Co.    for    30 years before advertising in sidling seed. It is    • I ,    ,    . h    h    die I merits said two printers and    retirement    in    1960. also accused    of    interstate trails    40 newspapers in the northeast potation of fraudulently-ob I Iowa area suffered estimated tained property.    losses    of $93,000. According    to    the    indictment,    American Seed faces ll ii f ii    j    *    j counts with similar charges ex- the firm sold 30 seed-oats den-'     h lerships in North Dakota, Min Cedar Rapids Obituaries A. N. Humiston Dies, Longtime Dentist in C. R. —Daily Record— The Weather High temperatures Thursday, low temperatures overnight and Inches of precipitation Anchorage 17 8 L. Angeles 58 49 1.75 Atlanta RO 57 Miami 76 77 .OI Bismarck 71 Ii OI Min'anolis 40 34 Chicago 60 39 N. Orleans 83 63 Denver 69 77 New York 69 47 Duluth 74 70 Phoenix 71 53 Honolulu 83 70 Seattle 45 37 Houston 78 68 Washington 77 57 .17 Extended forecast — Fair Sunday through Tuesday with little or no chance of precipitation. Lows near 20 Sunday and in the 30s Monday and Tuesday. Highs 40s Sunday and 50s Monday and Tuesday. C. R. Weather High Thursday ...............57 Low overnight ...............39 Noon Friday .............•... 45 2 p.m. Friday ................4G Precipitation ...............0.45 Total for March ............1.21 Normal for March ..........2.48 W; Willio Zanders, 1600 Sixth avenue SE; each lined $20 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Laver n Stoecker, Walker; Maher Kamel, 605 Fourth street SW; each fined $15 and c o s t s . Steve Weidenbacker, I Ain Filers, 2604 Falbrook drive NE eacp fined $10 and costs. Vehicle control violation Robert Early, 1127 Third street SW; lined $20 and costs. Improper turn    JoAnn drive NW; Bopp, 301 Rczdek lined $15 and costs. Failure to stop — Kinhai Yang, Iowa City; fined $25 and costs. Faulty equipment — Thomas Terrell, Swisher; fined $10 and costs. Striking unattended vehicle — Lon Filers, 2604 Falbrook drive NE; fined $20 and costs. Meter violation • - Adrain Beaudry, Eldora; fined $85 and costs. Failure to follow marked highway — Arnold Canning, after payment of $25,000 ransom. Mrs. Eugene Frost, her sister, said the victim gave authorities a description of one of her abductors and said he once worked at her husband’s Virginia Fiberglass Products, Inc. The FBI said Friday that warrants have been issued for Larry Cole, 27, an ex-convict, and his wife on charges of kidnaping Mrs. Van Balon. Agents identified Cole as a former employe of her husband. Mrs. Van Balen, in her 40s, was released in West Virginia, and authorities were checking motels and hotels in the Fayetteville and Charleston areas for the suspects. She is a partner in a realty firm. A family spokesman said she was abducted by someone with whom she had made an appointment to show a piece of real estate. the alleged scheme. Purchase Offer 1622 Texas avenue NE; fined Normal through March .....5.02    $15    and    costs. Traffic signal violation — Total for 1974 ...............3.17 Barometer, steady ... Dennis Wordehoff, 226 Four-29.90 I teenth street NE; John O’Dell, Humidity at noon..........93%     4225    shc ™ a "     NE '    Mi Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. E at 14 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 7:29; sun sets, 7:06. Year Ago Today — High, 52; low 34; rainfall, .01. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck ...... PtCldy Chicago ........Tshwrs Cincinnati  Cloudy Cleveland  Cloudy Des Moines .. Detroit ..... Indianapolis . Kansas City ., Milwaukee . . Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City ... Omaha ...... Sioux Falls . . chad Brooks, route two, Cedar Rapids; each fined $15 .and costs. Iowa Deaths 33-15 57-39 68-38 56-32 Olin Mrs. Emma Williams, RI. Services 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Hayden funeral home, Olin. Brooklyn — Charles Sutphin, 83. Nevenhovcn’s. Winthrop — Sabine Anna Dopp, 86. Services Monday at 1:30, Fawcett’s, where friends may call after 9:30 Sunday. Cloudy 48-34 ■ captive in a bott -Kidnaping*- (Continued from Page I.) or motel In a statistic-crammed address Friday noon, a transportation consultant from Iowa City proposed creation of a public advocate program in Iowa to offset the effect of “the special interest lobbyist. “lf we are to obtain governmental action in the public interest, as opposed to special in-_ tcrest legislation, public ad vocatc positions must be established at all levels of govern but I merit.” Dr. George W. Brown, a1- J Dr. Albert N. Humiston, 78, of 4242 C avenue NE, a retired dentist and former chairman of the Iowa conservation commission, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Thursday. Born Oct. 25, 1896, in Clinton     ,)r Humiston established his county, he was married to the    JBL    dental practice in Cedar Rapids former Vera Colip, July 27. 1920,    in    1919 .shortly after his gradua- in Cedar Rapids. He was a    Wk    lion from the University of Iowa copt violation of the Moral TfT 'VT'* T" ’    Bk      of    dontistry.    He    also    wa, seed aet ll old dealer,hin, in     wl,!it (:hurch ' hi,v,n K serwd as    ■■■i ■■■    graduate of Upper Iowa col- nesola and Iowa for sums ranR- Illinois, Minnesota and Mis . '"her for K years; was a    HUMMON     Kf,ycttc - ,,c re,lred m rn from $750 lo $2,400 per sour!, but did not sell any seed,    T     DR -     A '    *     HUMISTON county territory.    '    according to the indictment.    f m P f T    In    .' W    outdoor    sport.,, The indictment said the firm    .    of the Wapello Masonic lodge    M.    V.    Gladwin    J    Dr. Humiston served on the conin a d e representations that     Suffcred    lAme *     was    a    ™™ be ; of Mvrvo ‘ v '    .     H[lr/ . r , , j ser , va f ion commission * years, dealers would get    commissions! The indictment says 64 news-     the American legion, helped or-    Myrvon Vaughn (Buz/) (dad-1including one year as its chair- ifor seed handled,    but in factors and a telephone com-    & ani/ * and was the f,rst com    win - Tl of 399 Twenty eighth    man paid commissions    only as a P an y had estimated losses of     mandcr of the Wapello Legion    avenue SW died Thursday eve    Memberships delay    tactic in furtherance of    $3,500 as a result of the alleged    P° st » was currently a member     n j n g following a    short    illness,    t,     r    ,    .. scheme    of Past Commanders club of the    ,    memoer or me Krop-King WOS indicted on 57    'Mien and Hanford post of the     W ' ,S . • fT* «"*»• of    '»“* Walton league, First    Con- I counts, and faces the same Ije K‘°n. He was a member of ( ‘ m< ,in )rd    gregationa! church, Creacent The charges say seed oats charges as Interstate, plus that ,h( ' clllb of Trinit y church , Morn , May , ?• ,m ' > n Blairs - ' a jj °'S%,'! ork !’" e were sold by Interstate to 418    of transporting misbranded seed and of Hi Twelve club.    {?*"•     lia ' b, ' , ’ n a r fo    ' r°    I ions    r'loh    mVo    FIW    hT farmers in western Iowa at    in interstate commerce.    In addition to his wife    he    is     (    Rapids most of his    life    *    s    luh    and the    Elks    dub, prices $2.25 to $9 above market The Grand Forks firm, the in !survived by a daughter,    Retty     n< ‘ ;in,J    the former Bertha    Lar-|w    icch    honored him as Elk of the price by promising that it would dictment says, sold seed to 317 Ware, Cedar Rapids, and a son u <“ n married June 23, 1923. > • »    •    ••     nrncifl „ nt buy back the crop at $1    a bushel    farmers, saying it was also a    brother, Eugene Rogers, New     Cedar Ra P lds over market price.    special top-yielding variety London.    In addition to his wife. he is « tbe I ;"»     and The    firm is accused    of pur-    Total losses in this case, the in    Services:    Noon Monday at    survived by two    sons.    Vaughn     ssn hp    J f    3 chasing 10,000 bushels of seed dictment estimates, are Trinity United Methodist Myrvon, Fort Smith. Ark., and ,np 1    ™     l,p "- but not paying for it. The seed $311,000.    church by the Rev. Ernest Lar- Dar y'. Cedar Rapids, and Severn • > ' 1 ^ r ' can f f was delivered to dealers and     rflB .    ,    .     p    .    Ison and Mizpah lodge Burial: grandchildren.    £    t    C^mm/rnfw farmers, and then, the indict-    *    *     r °     4    Cedar Memorial, where military Services; IO JO a rn. Monday ,    , ment said, the defendants fled. Assistant U.S. Atty. Alan Kir- services will be conducted by Lurn<“r chapel west by the Altogether, the indictment    I sh on said the investigation was|the legion. Friends may call    al     Kov    K    Wayne Ryan. Burial: against Interstate said the condli cted by several attorney Turner chapel west until 9 p.m. d a r Memor ' ai cemetery, farmers, dealers, four truckers,    general    offices,    other state of-    Sunday and at the    church from     ,    rl< ‘ nds ma y ( ;dl at 36 newspapers and four tole-    facials,    and the Black Hawk    9:30 a m. until 11:30 a m. Mon-    eb a Pe>    west until IO a rn. phone companies suffered county sheriff’s office.    day. The casket will not be da ^‘ cas ^ et wid not $465,0(K) in losses.    Federal    Postal    Inspector    B.    S.    opened after the service. The °P ( ‘ ned after the service. Northern Seed is charged in    Biking    of Des    Moines headed    family suggests    that friends    _    ~    , 27 counts in an alleged similar    'be probe.     ma y ) jf ^ey wish,    contribute to    b^rs.    Charles Hollenhors s Surviving in addition to his Kirshen said an arraignment the building fund of Trinity Martha Hollenhors, 73. of 1614 wife are two sons. James E., |date of April 8 in Sioux City fed United Methodist    church or the    Park    avenue SE, widow of    I-aCrosse,    Wis., and John D , era] court has been set for In- building fund of    the American    Charles Hollenhors, died Friday    Marina,    Calif.; five    grand- bTstate Seed Brokers. Arraign-legion All Master Masons are    after    a short illness. Born     c b i I d r e n , and two    sksters, It faces the same charges as ment times for the others asked to meet at    the church by    March    7, 1901, Mrs. Hollenhors    Florence Humiston,    Fayette, ll:45 a rn. to attend the service,    had been a resident    of    Cedar a nd Mrs. Frank Fiedler, Moun- Rapids since 1947.    jtain Home, Ark. Surviving are two daughters, Services: Turner chapel east Mrs. Melvin Thither. McCook, at 3 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Neb , and Mrs. Arliss Ebert. Glenn Bender. Masonic services Salinas. Kan., and several will be conducted at graveside grandchildren.    m Cedar Memorial cemetery by Services: Saturday at 2 p m Crescent lodge. in Bradv-Kuba funeral home by Friends may call at the funer-the Rev. Clarence Frana. a1 home until 2:30 pm. Satur- Burial. Sislev Grove    cemetery day. The casket will not be second    warehouse    offers    the     Fricnds mav ca// at    Hr ady-, opened after the service. The .......  '........ J ^P rovr '    Kuba funeral'home    after    9    a.m J family suggests that friends haste rn    f Saturdav r    may. if they wish, contribute to _the Shriners hospital for crip- Mary Raher     ch ‘“ re "-    ® r 0m Uom eye ■ bank. All Master Masons are Mary Raher,    86.    lifelong    re.si- (ask( , d , 0 mfc( wjth rrPS0Pn , dont of the Parnell area before| |od g , )he avesid( , at 3: , 5 moving to a Cedar Rapids nur.s-l five years ago, died Rom July IO, 1895, in Fayette county, he was married to the Turner formpr Dorothy Sehroyer Feb. Morv 22. 1921, at West Union. Dr. J Humiston had been a Cedar Rapids resident 55 years. Survivors be scheme involving 17 dealer-dis-tributorships. Same Charges Interstate, with the exception of charged have not been set. Brown Suggests Public Advocate Favors C.R. Area lf Seco rid I 1 : Against Lobbyists    ..    .    ,    .    a    ,i    •    i Liquor Warehouse Authorized . Cloudy . PtCldy 73-45 did not know the locality. • Fair 82-45 1 He said there were three poo-| though speaking at the second in a series of Lenten luncheons Cloudy 45-32 .Cloudy 40-26 pie in the car that let him off in front of the restaurant — two PtCldv 50-30 Cloudy 45-21 men and a red headed woman. Degree Days Thursday............. Total to date ....... Through March 7, 1973 Percent of normal year . Total normal year 5.643. 80.691 6,631 A. Ludlow Kramer, executive i j^y spacial interest groups, irector of People in Need, hun ! “ Something must tx' In developments on other re-21 1 cent kidnapings: ?’3 5 4| Another massive distribution of free food to San Francisco Bay area poor was to take place .today, tho fourth financed by Coralville Lake    Randolph    Hearst    in    an effort to Pool level Friday ....... 675.111 free his daughter, Patricia. Births — St. Luke's March 7 — To the families of Joseph Seng, 2916 E avenue NE. a daughter; Ed F. Handley, IRK) Twentieth street NW. a son; Donald M. Schuchart, Vinton. a son; Duane Walter, Swisher, a daughter; Robert D, Dotson, 1235 Fourteenth street, Marion, a daughter* De Wane Mulholland. 758 Fifth avenue, Marion, a daughter. Births — Mercy March 7 — Mr. and Mrs. Martin /doser, Palo, a son. Marriage Licenses Debra Thomas and Gary Reid, both of Hiawatha. Jaca-lvn Sobers, Cedar Rapids, and James Bell, Reasnor. Deborah Roberts. Cedar Rapids, and Wayne Baker, Urbana. Marriages Dissolved Stella Ann and Edward C. Neff. Rosalie M. and David L. Emrich. Kathleen A. and David C. Bahurck. Rebecca Ann and Bruce Nowlin Skow. Joyce M. and Gerald R. Mathews. Peggy Linda and Bruce Obiedzinski. at the Embassy club, deviated from the strictly religious. Starts with Data He launched his speech with an assortment of data dealing with such subjects as fuel con-! sumption, freight movement and public transportation, air. land and water pollution, as illustrations of special interest adverse impacts on the nation Fires 10:49 a rn. Tho telcviaion set at road NW. 10:58 a.m.    Thursday.    I'n- kunwn caum* United trash ai 501 K avenue NW. 5:15 pm.    Thursday.    I n~ known cause ignited leaves .it Forest drive and Hillcrest drive KE. Magistrate's Court Speeding    Donald Hoc 1 - Central City costs. Brian I,md; Darrell    Block, Cliv' Malice Kamel, 605 Fourth • i.-eel KW; Daniel Zimmerman, 2812 <> avenue NW;    V' Wilson, 44U Carter alroot NW, i..i i v Wen/el, 1623 Ninth ave-Marion, each fined WU nnd costs. Richard Burke, Wa h r,no; Calvin Hernsmen-i, Des Moines, Ker.y Kelm, IHI® Grande avenue SE; Diane Wes sever Quasqueton; Kara j ,,/um 2418 Eighteenth avenue direr dling the food distribution, said Thursday: “More than 80.000 food packets costing $416,820 have been distributed.” People in Need increased the number of distribution centers to 13 for Friday, the most so far. and estimated at least 35,000 packets would be handed out by its volunteer helpers. Kramer estimated that the original $2-mil!ion commitment from Hearst and the William Randolph Hearst Foundation would probably enable tin* pro gram to continue “for another four weeks." A Lilburn. Ga., couple face arraignment Friday on a total of nine charges stemming from the abduction of an Atlanta newspaper editor. Reg Murphy. A federal grand jury handed d o w ii indictments Thursday charging William A ll WH ■Cl to save us from programmed into he said. “Political key. The public is done the horrors j our future” action is the fed up with being manipulated and controlled. (It is) ready for democracy. ‘‘Elected officials and members of governmental agencies will act in a rational manner. providing they have an opportunity to hear a case presented for action comparable in expertise to the case presented by the special interest lobbyist. “Sufficient Expertise” ..“The public advocate must have sufficient expertise at his command to present a substan-t i a I and factual argument against the proposals continually brought before the agencies bv special interest groups. . “Iowa offers a good environment for development of a pio-advocate program, have been ef- liams, 33, vvitll extortion and six. related counts. His wife. Betty n 5® r P l, bht Ruth. 26, was charged with aid ( dizon lobbyists rsdny. Short In , j an( j abetting extortion and hr,ive in Iowa tor a wide van 149 Broadmore r.,     H    civ of i«isue*« I failing to report a crime.     { v 01 1SSU< s * • Federal officials said the '’oncerned citizens can he grand jury found there was in-1 organized to push for this one sufficient evidence to prove major reform issue, the results Murphy was taken across statei could bo impressive over a wide lines to justify federal kidnaping spectrum of crucial problems charges. District Attorney Rich- and offer a pattern for federal aid Bell has said lie would in vestigate to sis* if there was en fined $40 and!donee to justify state charges. Peterson, Wheat- In Roanoke, Va.. Betty Ann Van Balen, kidnaped Wednesday, was released Thursday I )akotu | legislation. “We must . . . bring Democ- j racy to our political processes before we all sueeomb to the ravages of corporate dicta torship ” . By Frank Nye DES MOINES - If Hie legits laturc okays construction of a second state liquor warehouse it should be located “in the arca of Cedar Rapids,” according to Director Holland Gallagher of the Iowa beer and liquor commission. However, Gallagher said, “. . . it appears advantages to be gained (from a satellite warehouse) do not justify the additional expenditures .. In support of a Cedar Rapids area location, he pointed out the city is the approximate center of the eastern section of Iowa and a warehouse there could service 29 counties with 67 stores that account for 40 percent of the state’s annual liquor sales. Gallagher said planned new stores at Durant and Dubuque wilt bring the number of stores to 69 soon. Gallagher made the statements in a report prepared for the houfie-senate state departments appropriations subcommittee, of which Rep. Wally Horn (R-Cedar Rapids) is a member. Horn said he has been informed by Robert Faxon, executive director of the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce, that the city has the five acres Gallagher said is needed for a warehouse on ground adjacent to both the interstate highway and railroads. Gov. Robert Ray recommended the legislature spend $1 million for a new liquor warehouse. Such a building should contain only 66.000 square feet if added to the state’s only present warehouse at Camp Dodge near Des Moines. $1.2 Million Cost But a new warehouse built outside Des Moines would have to be about 80.000 square feet, Gallagher said, and would take $1.2 million to build instead of $1 million. G a Hag h e r said present warehousing needs of the commission “are being made quatcly served by the 98,000 square foot facility at Camp Dodge ” Ile said the Camp Dodge building went into operation iii 1955 and since then the num ber of items carried has more than tripled and the number of cases of liquor handled has doubled. “This lack of space has caused many serious problems, all of which have greatly reduced operating efficiency of the storage and distribution function,” Gallagher said. The question, Gallagher said. Ls whether to build an addition to the present warehouse or build a second warehouse. He said both courses have “distinct advantages and disadvantage.” Improve Service A Cedar Rapids warehouse would improve service to the eastern side of Iowa and at a transportation saving of between $60,000 to $70,000 a year, Gallagher said. Products received from the eastern U.S. would save more money through lower freight rates, he continued, while the opposite would be true of products coming from the west. A second warehouse, however. would require additional staff which would not be necessary if the Camp Dodge w arehouse were expanded Another disadvantage would he the necessity of providing some duplicate equipment for a second warehouse, which would not be needed in an addition at Camp Dodge. He estimated annual duplication costs would run $50,000 to $80,000. Inventory control and communications would bo problems at a warehouse outside Des Moines, he said, even as it is now at Camp Dodge. “A building could he constructed and leased back to the department for between $140.(HH) and $150,000 per year. or a minimum of $2.IOO,(HH) over a 15-year period," Gallagher said. “lf an adequate existing building were available it could possibly be leased for less . . .” Fuel Savings Concluding bis report. Gallagher said: “From a service viewpoint, there is no question but that a for vast service to potential ment of Iowa. “Splitting the workload between two locations could also improve the over all service to the remaining 70 counties as well. “The satellite warehouse would also tx 4 the only acceptable alternative if saving gasoline and diesel fuel was the primary criterion used in evaluating the two proposals. “However, the costs involved in achieving either ob-j e c t i v' c are substantially higher than if the existing warehouse were expanded. “Some of the other disadvantages inherent in the operation of a second warehouse could be alleviated in time through extensive use of electronic data processing and remote terminals; but again, not without additional costs in equipment and manpower. “At this time, it appears the potential advantages to be gained by establishing a satellite warehouse do not justify the additional expenditures that would he required to achieve them.” at p m. Saturday. ing home ; Born Nov. 12, 1887, in Parnell., ^ rs * ^ enne ^ McKay she attended schools in the Par- Ann E. McKay, 92, Pebble nell area, Coe college and was a Beach, Calif., widow of Kenneth teacher in Linn and Iowa county jR. McKay, died there Tuesday rural schools.    following a sudden illness. She was a member of St. A Cedar Rapids resident until Joseph’s church in Parnell. moving to Pebble Beach in 1958, Surviving are two sisters, Ann she was born Nov. 26, 1881. Mrs. Hunter of Las Vegas, and Mrs. | McKay was a member of F'irst lies F'ndres of Bell Gardens. Lutheran church. Calif.    Surviving    are    a    sister,    Mrs. Services are pending. Uh!- Halfort T. Barry, Pebble Beach, mann funeral home of Williams-j and a brother, E. B. White, Cedar Rapids. Graveside services:    Cedar Memorial cemetery by the Rev. George W. Carlson of First Iji- burg is in charge of services. Memorial Services Clvdc. Teddy Sot unlay at ll a m in Knox United Prosby- theran church at 1:30 p.m. Mon- Mcqistrate Court Three Sentenced As Drunk Drivers Three men appeared in magistrate’s court Monday and pled guilty to charges of drunk driving. Harry Schminkey. 1235 D avenue, Marion; Paul Bennete, jr., 931 Old Marion road NFL and F’dgar F’reemont. Neb., were given pended jail sentences and or dored to attend the school for drunk drivers at Kirkwood Community college in lieu of $3(H) line and costs. Schminkey was arrested Dec 19, Bennett on Jan. 13 and Free moot on Jan. 19. day. Friends may call at Turner east after I p m. Sunday and until ll a rn. Monday. The casket wil lnot be opened after ll a rn. terian church by the Rev. Floyd J. Conroy. Cremation will follow, with burial in Oak Hill cemetery. Friends may call at Stewart funeral home Friday until 9 p.m. The family will be at the funeral home from 7 to 9 pm. The casket will not he open at the church. Lee, Julia A. — Turner chapel west at 10:30 a rn. Saturday by the Rev. Carl A. Ries of St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Burial: St. Joseph’s Catholic cemetery. Iowa City. Friends may call at Turner west until IO a m. Sobola, Erwin — Turner chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Satin day by th rt Very Rev. Canon D. A. Toters kl 4>f St John's Episcopal church. Burial: Un-wood. Mills: Operation Success, To Run LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Rep. Winnebago. Mills ti) Ark.) said Friday that 60-day sus- hack surgery lie underwnet last summer has been successful and he will s<*ek a 19th term. Fire Kills Five TORONTO (AP) Fire swept smashed a beer gins* over the through a downtown rooming head of John Lynn, 30, Oelwein, house Friday, killing five per Lynn was treated tor a gash sons.    lover his eve. Mrs. Lloyd Kenyon Matilda Kenyon, 74. a former Cedar Rapids resident, died Feb. 27 at San Leandro, Calif., after a short illness. She was born in Cedar Rapids Nov. 9, 1899. and married IJoyd B. Kenyon. She lived in California most of her married life. Surviving in addition to her husband are two brothers, Leonard Broidik of Cedar Rapids, and Ernest Broulik of Oakland, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Paul Koenig of Central City. Memorial services will be held at a later date at the Chapel of Memories. Man Arrested OELWEIN-Otto Rohr lek, 72, of Hazleton, was charged with assault and battery Thursday night after police said he Want ads will help you find los* items, list* them for quick | ()r results results! Dial 398-8234.     a( j    today! Think small, use a Classified' Include the price for faster ace your results when you advertise in the Classified Ads! Th® People Who Do More with Flowers For You PIERSON’S" MHM K 1800 lllis Blvd. NW FLOWFRPHONE 366-1826 BROSH CHAPEL JOHN U. 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