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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Mar. IG. 197 J f’ ""Iff    f»rv.wv'y'• >,N'W'-'»'"V VV >'vxv NAltONAl WIATMtt $liVICf fO«CA$T to 7AM ISI % - it - M — t tog ND -........—■.——in rain (T-)K*yL Snow AIR SHOWItS ^ FIOW u* wf ainu woe ast & Rain is expected tonight over the mid and upper Pacific coast and the northern Rockies, while snow is expected in the lower Lakes and upper New England area. Showers are likely in southern Florida. —Daily Record— —Ulster— (Continued from Page I.) violence cba rge. Sister de Lillis Sister Mary de Lillis Welch 80, died Saturday in a Cedar Rapids hospital after a long illness. Horn Nov. 22. 1892, at Savanna, 111., she had been a resident of Cedar Rapids most of her life. She entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy Jan. 8, 1922, and professed her final vows Aug. 15, 1927. Prior 'o becoming a nun, Sister Mary de Lillis served as nurse in the army during World war I. She was adminis trator of Mercy hospital, Oelwein, for several years, and nurse and supervisor in Kalispell general hospital, Kalispell, Mont.; Mercy hospital, Anamosa, and Mercy hospital and Hallmar, Cedar Rapids. Since 1972 she had been a patient visitor at Mercy hospital. She is survived by a brother, John M. Welch, Cedar Rapids. Services: Monde.y at 10:30 a m. by the Rev. Thomas Currier and the Rt. Rev. Msgr. LeRoy Enzler at Sacred Heart Convent chapel. Burial: ML Calvary cemetery. Wake service will be Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the convent chapel. Friends may call after IO a.m. Sunday. Stewart funeral home is in The Weather Mrs. Ben Franks and s worst nights of Shellsburg — Lula Steiver I many months. Heathman. 94. Services Tues- j Security sources said    some urn, a \vhere hl frftMids'may* «Si IR A members think there is a Amy Ada Franks, 82, of 511 after 4 Sunday. A memorial I chance toi a truce deal    with    Iwenty-sixth    street SE,    wife    of is et ,oi Mm aooiis 34 23 .os fund has been established. Britain’s new Labor government    Ben    C.    Franks,    and a resident 4431.13 n. Orleans 75 621.14 Center Point High temperatures Friday, low temp eratures overnight and inches of pre cipitation: Anchorage 35 14    L. Angeles Bl 54 Atlanta    44 58    Miami    78 74.03 Bismarck D«nv.r° .I! s* ii' 11 wiw'york's/C '" Center I’oint — Marie and the violence could amount of Cedar Rapids the last 17 Br    m b Mu 8 M^he" 0, fj£ndi: ,0 ll 1a show of s » before years, died Saturday morning. Extended Outlook - Partly    GilU,/' cloudy and warmer, chance of 63. Services Tuesday at ll, showers Monday and Monday! [?ra?e Trinity church. White Communications Exempted from Price Controls WASHINGTON (AP) - The nation’s vast communications industry has been freed from government price controls in a decision that may mean higher charges for newspapers, books, magazines and printed and broadcast advertising. The exemption granted by the Cost of Living Council Friday also relieves communications employes from wage controls, with the lone exception of the newspaper industry. Newspaper employes are still subject to wage controls because “some important collective bargaining agreements are in the process of negotiations,” the council said. Council Director John T. Dunlop said the agency was referring to negotiations between several unions and New York newspapers, where pattern-setting wage increases could be at stake. The exemption applies to printing, publishing and allied industries; radio and television broadcasting; communication services; advertising; mailing, reproduction, commercial art, photography and stenographic services; news syndicates; photofinishing laboratories and public relations services. 'Floor Debate" Over Charge by Solons Account Rates By Mike Deupree f Those attending cut than I am about did not say where the reports a store charging 18 percent, he appeared.    said. He said reports that the com He also expects the senate to mittee studying the bill, of reconsider its action lust week which he is a member, recoin mended no ceiling on interest I reports of legislative action on forced to go down the street to .    ,    , the bill, saying the reports have the small loan company and a legislative unf#ir and mig |,,. ldin g. He I pay 36 pere  ... 1 «" ! liaison session in Hiawatha Sat- djd sav    , he urday got a sample of legislative floor debate as area legislators clashed sharply over ceiling interest rates    for    revolving     whidi ^ , s nu , ml)(M .     recom    in getting a 15 percent charge accounts.    mended no coiling on    interest    for closed-end accounts, calling Current maximum rates in     rev . 0 , ving accou „ts are un- the limit an unsuccessful at- Iowa are nine percent,    both    for    ^     le|npt , () , imit high interest revolving accounts and for c jd th(i committee could rates of large companies. which * have " a SrS - ™ b ■" ^—.nent on wha.     shot , Missed which have .1 predetermine    ceding should be, so voted number of payments, such as m ^ withou( recommend- “They shot at Sears and Pen- inc a specific ceiling.    "W'*' but ,he >’ m,S£€d them and I “I strongly oppose no ceiling.” tl ot tbe llt,le man * he said -Robinson said. “You’ve got to Sen. loin Riley (it - Cedar strike a medium."    Rapids)    said    he expects the sen- consumer credit code; the bill     ate (0 change the ceiling from Senate Action    ^ tu percent for closed-end He expects the senate    to set a    accounts. contracts for automobiles or major appliances). A bill is under discussion in the senate to establish a unified would reorganize government agencies regulating loan institutions and include consumer protection guarantees. Criticized Reports Sen. Cloyd Robinson (D -Cedar Rapids) criticized news Lipsky To Seek Fifth Term in Iowa Legislature Rep. Joe Rinas (D - Marion) disagreed, saying he believes nine percent is realistic for revolving accounts. *1 think it would be a real night A little cooler Tuesday »    cohere and Wednesday. Highs Monday day, a memorial fund has been in the 50s and low 60s. cooling to established. 40s and 50s Tuesday and    “—-— Wednesday. Lows in the 30s to    ^ j|y    R p I    n T c 40s Monday and generally in the    ■ ■ /    '    *    ^ 30s Tuesday and Wednesday. clubs Taken — James M. Mc-C R Woa+Lpr Daniels, New London, Wis., re-*    ported a set of golf clubs valued High Friday ............... 4o    ^5    and a set of tools valued Low overnight ............. 32  ....34 ......... 341 at $150 were taken from his car Thursday or Friday while it was Born Jan. 8, 1892, at Vinton, A 26-year-old Catholic died in she was married in June, 1957, a shooting incident in the Or- at Vinton. Mrs. Franks was for-mean district near downtown merly a social worker in Benton Belfast and a man was fatally county before retirement. She injured by debris from a car was a member of the Methodist bomb at Magherafelt in County church at Vinton. Londonderry.    Surviving    is    her    husband. The six deaths Friday night Services; 3 p.m. Monday at and Saturday raised to at least Turner chapel east by the Rev. 972 the number killed since! Ernest Larson of Trinity United Protestants and Roman Catho- Methodist church. Burial: Lilies began warfare in August, wood cemetery. Friends may 1969. Forty-two have died this call at Turner east until 2:30 Noon Saturday .. 2 P*™’ ..................... A **    parked at the Holiday Inn. Rainfall ................... 0 07     K    * * * Total for March  .......... 1.70    Beautician, part time. Wilson Norma for March. .....2.48    B eau ( V Salon. 377-0550.—Adv. Normal through March .... 5.02    *    *    *    * Total for 1974  ............ 3.66    Beginner kits for collectors. Barometer, falling Jerome’ s Rare Coins    and Humidity at noon.........78%    stamps, IE Tower. - Adv. Wind direction and velocity at    *    *    * Gazette weather station at 2    Quality Paints — Varnishes, p.m. NW at 19 mph.    Diamond Vogel    Paint Center, Sun rises Sunday, 7:16; sun 2704 Mt. Vernon    Rd. SE,    365- sets, 7:15.    6901. - Adv. Year Ago Today U1 " K 41    *    *    * low 33; rainfall, .03 year. Federal Backing Of Sterilization Voided by Judge p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Model A Club Holds National Session in C.R. Model A auto buffs gathered Saturday for a two-day national membership meeting at the Roosevelt hotel. The event drew about 180 Rep. Joan Lipsky State Rep. Joan Lipsky (R members from as far as Geor- Cedar Rapids) announced Satur i> >AAAAAAA/SAAAAAAAAAAAAA^VSAAAA/ (Photos on Picture Page) gia and New Jersey, according to registration chairman Bill Ackerman. Two national award winning Model A cars owned by day she will seek re-election to j ar g er quantities. They said a fifth term in the Iowa house from the 26th district. Rep. Lipsky had considered running for the Republican nomination for the Second district congressional seat and for the members from Dubuque are on -tate senate seat in the 13th dis-display. A tool display is also trict but decided, instead, to run part of the attractions.     for re-election to her own Iowa Ackermann said the local bouse seat. ceiling of    15-18 percent “whether you like it or not” because the current nine percent is “unrealistic.” Robinson said the limit has to be fair to the small business , nis t a k e for the . . . legislature man. so he can continue to (Q set a limit of 18 perce nt on make credit available.    revolving charge accounts,” “I’m more concerned about j^inas said, the bluecollar worker being    ■ j in M1 , prised at you,” Rob neon saki, adding that “even ——HcOrSt—" ,be most liberal” members of ..    r>    T.    1    3    the' senate, as well as groups (Continued from Page ||ke , owa S(udcnl    , p . demand of food for California’s terest Research Group, say the poor.    limit should be at least 14 per- After five distributions of cent bags of groceries to poor people. ' wha( , s K<Jr the program was suspended this past week in response to an SLA “All we want to do is what we charge that it was dispensing think is fair and right and rea-“hog food.”    sonable; we don’t want to choke Higher Quality    off me little guy,” Robinson Directors of the program said said, they would dispense higher-! Rinas said there is a signifi-quality food and give it away in cant difference between closed- end accounts and revolving ae- such an increase would allow them between one and three counts. Because of the rising costs of more distributions with the ap- items like autos and appliances, proximately $1 million remain-j considered necessities, credit is ing in the program.    necessary to make them avail- They have said they would able to all persons, he said, and make an announcement about companies should be allowed a resuming food distributions high enough rate to be able to Monday.    offer credit. The $2 million in the program However, he called revolving Sidney S.. r ’orbes . .    „ .    vince    the    national directors of Sidney S. Forbes,    83, of 318    the    club to pick Cedar Rapids Fourth street SW, &    resident of    as the site of its 1977 national Cedar Rapids for 50 years, died competition. WASHINGTON (AP) — Warn*Friday in    a Cedar Rapids hospi-    The    club is dedicated to restorative fiscal committee. In addi ing that there’s a fine line be-     tak    ration    of    the cars produced by tion, she is chairman of the tween population control and Born ^ eb -    at Cham- F'ord Motor Co. between 1928 race    improvement,    a    federal    P a ^ n - HL. be was married Feb.    and    1931, Ackermann said, judge Friday    struck    down    now     22 ’ ^119, to Myrtle    Riley. Mr.    A    banquet is scheduled for federal rules governing steriIi-|L° rbes was retired from the Saturday evening and a swap members of the Model    A    Res-    ^ be is chairman of the house was made up by $500,000 from     acc0 unts “a gimmick to intoners club are trying    to    con-    human resources committee Hearst and $15 million from the     crease sales ” md c aid tighten and vice-chairman of the house| H earst Foundation. The SLA     ing up ratcs on , hose accounts would not create an undue hard- zation of up to 150,000 poor maintenance department of meet featuring 60 displays will appropriations committee. demanded that $4 million more She also is a member of the be put into the program. Hearst I legislative council and the legis- said he couldn’t afford it, but     p the Hearst Corp. said it will sup- No Irreparable Damage ply the money if the 20-year-old    “It    would not    do    irreparable human resources committee of'coed is released unharmed. damage    to    our    economy    if    we the Midwest Council of State    - Degree Days Governments, a 12-state organization. ... . ...     w    w    m    -------- - -r —    ,    -     o............... Re P-    Lipsky’s    other responsi- Hign. 41,    Rental    open    7-9    week*    ^ mer * cans    eac h    year.    Cargill, Inc., and was a member be held Sunday at Hawkeye j bilities include membership on days, 8-5 Sundavs.-Adv. I U.S. District Judge Gerhard    '^ e iftpsoll harrrH thp onvprnmont I surviving Mrs. Robert Shevik; a son, tighten those up,” he said. Rinas drew some support Truck Surcharge | from Rcp Wa)ly Horn (D _ Rollback Studied Cedar Rapids) who said, “I WASHINGTON (AP) - The don’t want Joe to appear to * * * Friday .................... 311 Breasted Chicken. Stadium from financing sterilization of IJT";    I    . Total to date ............. 5.582    Lounge. 957 Rockford Rd. SW. more minors or mentally    ‘     a    * ie £    Stanley    To    Bring Through March 15. 1973 ...5.790 364-0976-Adv.    incompetent    persons,    and    or-    > 0n \?\ Rccd    " lle *. a ' 1 , , of Ced ?I     r    p Percent of normal year ..    84.2    *    *    *    dered    new    safeguards    to    protect    P l ^ s '     s ‘ x    Sjandchildren,    18    C    mp    ign    to    C.    R. ;Gesell barred the government! Stadium J rom financing sterilization oh year Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 6.4, no change Lansing (18) 8 5, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 16 8. fall .3 McGregor (18 )9.5, fail .3 Guttenberg (15) 8.4, fall .3 Dubuque (17) 11.0, rise .1 Davenport (15)    10.6,    no change Keokuk (16) ll 9. fall .2 Out of Town Births At Waterloo — Mr. and Mrs. 6,631 j Experienced Hair stylist, Cli-me cd y adults from being e n t e I e established. Chateau coerced into sterilization. Beauty Salon. Josie Babcock.! The impact of the decision 363-6897.—Adv. ♦ * * the Moose lodge.    Downs    beginning    at    8    a.m.    The    (the    house education committee, rnfprs . t;itp rnmrnprf , p rnmmi , stand alone in this. Several of Surviving are a daughter, I swap meet is open to the public, and chairman of the council’s 5ipn it ic , ntif ivrin , c us would like to see it around 12 0n . r . nj P ° r t a ,i 0n l° r I slb"e^rollback ^ the 6 p^r^rtt    < 0 ‘ 4 Pc™ n ‘ " the elderly.    price surcharge it    grunted in-    Horn. said revolving    accounts L\ S r,°' S ,    , COn ! mit eC dependent truckers    during their    ti a ,     a slor '    ' member she helped    to develop str *J e earjier thig     b    nave to offer.    He said    offering ........ It    acknowledged    Friday    that     cred “ 15 a dccision a busincsf I great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandehild. one Dave Stanley of Muscatine, the state school foundation plan Suzanne’s Coif lures are back | from paying for any more steri-1 chur C h° Bur ia l .    .....    .    .     ti at    the    Beatty-Beurle    chapel    by ” a u.l. pr0h J lb ‘U he depar, ™ n '!the Kev. Neville G. Claytdh. of Cedar Christian Linwood ceme- serve you, day or evening ap-1 written new regulations over-,’t" 7 ' , Fr , l , end f may at lhc pointments.jCaU 363-4331 .-Adv. coming the court’s objections. 1 ap r 1 P m Sunday. a oe -     1    “The    dividing line between    i/„ «i« ™y ni H n family planning and eugenics is:    He    en    Konecny candidate for the Republican and has been a leader in push-     ar ppntino    until    Anrii Sernces; 10:30 a m. Monday| nomination for U.S. senator, will | ing legislation for better educa*;^^^^ £ I of health, education and welfare from paying for any more steri-to full capacity. 6 operators to lization operations until it has! man makes for competitive rea-„ sons, comparing it to a decision be in Linn county March 25 to tional opportunities for han- back'should be ordered It said (>n whether to P rovld e clerks in J L ” J    '    a store or operate it as self-ser vice. continue his door-to-door visits dicapped children. it already has received “a * * * Gun Taken pistol valued at $125 and : murky ... Gese |l wrote. silver dollars were reported taken in a breakin Friday eve- “Whatever might be Helen Konecny, 67, died unex- the pectedly in Council Bluffs Fri- foTMarrt    ning    a.    the    residence^rfJoseph    <* lirai,in « irresponsible ^ For many years she was,Qj j    j of Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Hladkv III 394 Thirtv-fourth! re P r °duction, which each year emplojed by the Newman Co.    I wfff lll/U! CTU III Bunge, 1116 A avenue NW. Mrs.    SF    *'    places    increasing numbers of' wblle sbe llve( ^ in ^edar Rapids.    *+    ^     k    . Rlinpp ic; thp ri;>llf»htor fit Mr -Sllv-Cl .tXj.    ......._ J  ___ 4 _n    J.e    <sho    haH    liioH    in    rVuinnil    Rli    iff    c    ^    jDQf    ret    I    0    y    ^    l\    I    S    (I    CI D S Bunge is the daughter of M and Mrs. Irving Hedges, 425 Twenty-fourth street NE. * * * Patrick's Day Dance, Sat- p; res    urday, 8:30 to 12. CSPS Hall. 12:44 p.m. Friday. Gasoline ^ US . ic by Rhylhmacs. Polka, odor at 224 Second street SE. western, lop. Come in 1:19 p.m. Friday. Defective tume. Admission $1.50. Reser- unwanted or mentally defective children into tax-supported in stitutions, it is for congress and She had lived in Council Bluffs . J for 35 years. Surviving is her mother/Anna onions'* 31 reSidentS f ° r ,heir JI' 2 f h ,H diS,ri o l !f ludea pre - n u mb';ro7letteTs or formal pe- Stanlev also will visit with R n H.     ti,ions ” for a rollback from indi ‘    . V “ iCeS tonc<,rn Stanley also    will visit with    Rapids.    vidual shiDDer«^ and assoria-    Rep. Joan Lipsky (R - Cedar Stanley coffee    at the home cl    Rep.    Lipsky resides at    6K| tjons al ,P    Rapidsi said she is concerned “     SE    wi,b    h , er    hus    The surchar s e was    about r,,ports ,hat conccn,ra,e Jill Dunn in Cedar Rapids at 7 band. Abbott, an    executive    at!, 0 he|p indcpcndent truckers    on the interest rate controversy cover the increased cost of die-     and 1 8 nor e other sections of the sel fuel. Trucking firms regulat-     bd |’ vvb ‘ cb sbe termed extreme- ed by the ICC that employ in-    ly important, dependent operators have been    ^ m afraid we’ll lose this bill, permitted to file for the sur-     and 8 et an intcrest-rate bill with charge on their freight rates,     nw governmental reorganization then pass along the amount to     or consumer protection,” she p.m Smulekoff’s. John W. Veronda. 14, of 132 the person actually incurring dryer at 1938 Johnson avenue vations. 365-8658. NW.    *    * 4:01 p.m. Friday. Overheated student pan on stove at 913 Eighteenth    .... avenue SW    Thompson,    1441 Adv. ♦ Honored — David Forty-second A 23-year-old man and an ll-1 not individual social workers Konecny, Council Bluffs.    |    year-old    girl    were    in critical con-! Atwood drive SW, suffered head the added cost. ’ and physicians to determine the' Services will be in Council dition at St. Luke’s hospital with injuries and a fractured leg-- manner in which federal funds Bluffs Monday. The body will be injuries suffered in separate cai Rick Lee Anfinson, 15, of 286 Motion-Sick nest Drun .should be used to support such a;brought to Cedar Rapids for,accidents Friday and Saturday. (Dueling drive SW, suffered cuts! „    . uru 9 program.”     ( burial Tuesday at I p.m., with Timothy P. Meis, 1722 Blakeiand --;graveside services at Czech Na- boulevard SE, suffered internal) 3 said. About 45 persons crowded into the Hiawatha city council chambers for the two-hour meeting with the legislators. 11:12 p.m. Friday. Foreign street NE, has been named to material in chimney ignited by the fall semester honor list at fireplace at 1227 Forty-second the University of Missouri/ Rolla. Francisco street SE. 2:09 a m. Saturday. Unknown to car at Otis road and Otis avenue SE. 4:55 a.m. Saturday. Fire re- ca { suiting from accident at Crandall drive and Brentwood drive NE. 5:55 a m. Saturday. Short in heat detector at St. Luke’? hospital. * * * Reward!! brownish-black. 366-7038 Adv. San Workers Ratify Pay Agreement SAN FRANCISCO (CPII -Persian male city workers F’riday ratified a tional cemetery. bruises in the accident. Good Condition injuries, a broken pelvis and. Both were in good condition I Food and Dru 8 Administration face cuts at 1:55 a.m. Saturday (Saturday at St. Luke’s hospital. [ said Friday that it is trying to The accident occurred on a Bottles Being Sought Which touched on a broad range WASHINGTON (Apt — The of subjects. when he lost control of his car. ! locate two 1,000-tablet bottles Harry M. Blackhawk Harry M Blackhawk, 42, a m t h e 3000 block of Center Point I west of the Cedar Rapids city lion-sickness drug that could former Cedar Rapids resident I road NE when a tlre bIew and hmits     p    uiy     je died March 7 in Milwaukee. Police said Meis was driving (county road about two miles containin S a superdose of a mo- tion-sickness drug that jeopardize persons taking it Ruling Reversed On Pierced Ears $l(Mnillion pay raise alinement a ycar a S° and was employed; and ended a nine-day strike that ^ or 22 y ear s at the Wilson and shut down the waterfront, two Lk). as a laborer. Iowa Deaths Iowa City — Paul Hesser, 57 Services Monday at IO, St Mary’s church. Rosary Sunda; at 8, George L. Gay. Iowa City — August Avenin- conference next Friday and Sat-go. 77. Services Monday at urdav a { Roosevelt hotel. n n J. ro , * m . n . "Y”    """    " K ~ Rnr jai was" in the Veterans Lukes hospital for a nose cut Uoderer Among railways cable car, streetcar J. vf J u'.    and    released DES MOINES    (AIM    —    The m 1    •    r    h    p    • j the car skldd ed sideways and, Randy    Lee    Marchant,    52U1! Thc bottles may contain 50- Iowa attorney    general’s    office tie lived in cedar Rapids until 'sheared off a light pole.    Spencer drive SW, the driver 0! milligram pink pills of prometh- has reversed an earlier opinion Passenger Treated    the car, was treated at StJ az i ne hydrochloride, although and says medical doctors aren't passenger in the car, Wen- L*uke s for bruises and released. Marchant    wai    charged    with failure to have the vehicle under control and driving without a driver’s license. #    * *    *    *    * Lori L. Schultz, the 11-year- Two drivers involved in a col-! a,,u . rcuiUt,, y- ^“sumers wnoiK'^iite law wiucn requires old, suffered a head injury Fri-1 ,ision Friday at the intersection received pink promethazine tab- medical or osteopathic licensing Lifesaving Course da y a ear collision at the tion at Mercy hospital they are incorrectly labeled as the only ones who can pierce 12.5-mg. pills, which are gray, someone’s ears, thc EDA said.    | Asst. Atty. Gen. Fred Haskins The bottles, identified by the    said Friday he was    in error lot number 6515, were distrib-    when he    said    earlier    that earned between last November    piercing    falls    under    medical and February. Consumers who 1 practice    law    which Collins Prpsidpnt Icounty hospitals the opera Survivors include Kathyj cil Spinka ; 30 * of M4 Eighth collins ^resident, h( a u 'y e    thjgjr.     Blackhawk    To(Jdvj|lc    | avenue SE. wax treaW at St. Burial was in the in i e I     1    and bus lines.    I    cemetery,    Wood,    Wis. Iva speakers The agreement will provide a I he Iowa Vocational Assn. $600 annua! wage hike for each Openings Remain in will hold its lith annual spring of 15,500 employes.    Lifesavina    Course da > ma car and pickup Ruck of Wiliams boulevard and Trent lrts during that period were ad-to perform certain    procedures Rank and file union members    **    collision at the First avenue en-! strect sw were in good condi-j vise d lo contact their doctor orlon the human body. 1:30 George L Gay       voted    750-241 to accept the wage finings still remain for a trance to Lindale Plaza    tion    at    Mercy    hospital.    druggist    to    determine    if    they    Haskins said a closer review B« Hr Plaine — Albert Fib - About 2(Kl m( ' mbers of IVA agreement. A union spokesman R < d r ross senior lifesaving     1>7 j^ m 0 Thdr Judy Schultz Karen B Bennel, 32. of 2921 are involved in thc recall. of the law reveals that earls, 79. Services Monday a 1 lo,! are expected to attend. Gene said thousands decided to ab-course being offered at the Ellis 32 of 352 4 Willowbrook drive Sjxth s,reet sw - suffered an eye'    ----------- piercing falls outside the purest. Michael’s church. Scripture Stoltenberg is conference chair stain from voting after heated YMCA.    j was j n condition at cut and a back injury. The other    Chilean    Suicide    Iview of medical practice laws rSM R0 “ ri ' SUnday at m f. n '    dehiiti    The    class will be meeUng| st . u, ke s hospital sulfcringi drivcr ' Michael E. Travis, in. of Tama Top Htinian 74 «. Membership of the association The city board of supervisors ever y Wednesday from 7-8 .IO fractured ribs and cuts.    2324    Mallory    street    SW,    was    ad vices Monday at ifkio/'Har- “! c, , ude ^ h *8 h scho °l and post- voted 8-3 to approve the pact, P ^. until May 29.    j    Attempted    Turn rison’s. Toledo 69. Henderson’s.    and    instructors    in trade and in-; had brought a $1 billion lawsuit proficient level of swimming. ;a lcft turn and was hit by an Both members and non- high school counselors, adult cd- also after strong arguments. To be eligible a person must police said the car driven by Mrs. Harold Flynn,|patois, school administrators,: The Chamber of Commerce be 15 years of age and show a ^ rs schultz attempted to make Mt. Vernon rV??? M dd Clark dustry, home economics, office to halt the walkout and Superior of Mr. and Mrs. Harold , j l.    ,    .    .    ,,,    , srrvirc^ MnnHav and business education    Court    Judge    (    Jayton    Horn    de- oncoming car. members arc welcome to si k n The drjver „ f lhu olher car .SANTIAGO, Chile IAI') -Jose Toha, minister cf the interior and defense in thc ousted Marxist government of Salvador ri- been established. Monticello — Cola Ann Hub- 11, son Clark. Services Monday at,    ______ _____ 1:30, Methodist church Mer- Dr Kenneth Hoyt,    professor    dared the strike illegal    and    or-     U P- For more information call J cinda    I/ju Hamblin, 19, gan’s. a memorial fund iiai of education at the University of    dered pickets arrested.    Judd Turner at the Ellis YMCA Watha,    was not hurt Maryland, will speak at a Fri- When Mayor Joseph Alioto at 362-3176.    *    *    * bard. 76. Services Tuesda at dav ba nquct. Robert C. Wilson, and the police department ig-       Two    youths    were    hospitalized IO, United Presbyterian church president of Collins Radio Co., nored the order, the judge    Nine    Die in Fire    with injuries suffered Friday cai I af ter *1 o^uncfa J rK no m£l wil1 y P eak Saturday morning, began contempt of court pro- SEOUL (AIM Nine workers j w h e n the 15 - year - old driver Victor — Vein Ocheltree 77 Saturda y luncheon    speaker    ceedings which he said would    were killed and three others in of the    car in which    they    were Services Monday at 2, McAn- wdl be stat c Senator    Minnette    continue even with the    end    of    jured Saturday in a fire that de- j riding    ran off the    road    and Inch's.    Doderer of Johnson county. the strike.    Istroyed a shoe plant.    I turned over several times . mitted to the hospital suffering arm and head injuries. Police said Miss Bermel’s car Allende, committed suicide drove onto Williams boulevard da Y-from an access road.    , Miss Bennel was charged! Ilia- wdb failing to stop or yield . because it doesn’t involve “a healing purpose.” State health officials asked for the opinion, noting some department stores offer free ear-pieic-ing to purchasers of earrings. WEDDING FLOWERS ♦or Booley from PIERSON'S*?,"" Your I 11> I loris! IWO Mila Blvd MW I lowtrphonr MB IHM For 61 years... flowers for all occasions .IIM* K. LAPI* ,J|4 Convenient downtown location 308 Third Avenuo S E. 3654)511 I. -1