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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa hi til NATlONAt WF MMC* SfHVlCf FO* KAM lo UM f ST 3 J J- 74 30,00 __ DEATHS Grace M. Yeager Dies at Age IOO Grace Maud Yeager, IOO, —Murder— (Continued from Page I.) brown, overall length approxi-j mutely 15 to 18 inches.” Miss Connolly Miss Connolly’s death also is Women, died Tuesday. Horn Feb. 25, 1874, in resident of the Home for Aged, a,tr to a gunshot wound to the drivers (the head. It. has been reliably Cedar rf>P°r^eff that another wound, Rapids, she had been a seam *ow 1,1    olso    wa?    inflict- stress all her life.    , ff( There are no immediate sur- search warrants were ex- :vivors. Services: Turner chapel west at 8 p m Thursday by the Very Rev. Canon I). A. Loferski. There will be a cremation com mittal. Friends may, if they wish, make a donation to the Home for Aged Women. Friends] may call at Turner chapel west. Two Injured in Pair of Crashes In Cedar Rapids A three-car collision Tuesday evening resulted in a face cut arid a traffic ticket for one of 'fh»* Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Mar. 20, 1074 3A Johnson Cites Test Effect On Witness' Credibility bely proposed ing. Johnson Tuesday morn- iin’s rural Keystone residence, belonging to R. K. Varmint, and on a 1964 Chevrolet, Bel Air two-door, white, red interior, license 17 84%. In Linn county, the warrant was executed at another residence of Nowlin’s, af 622 eleventh avenue SE, which is (Continued from Page because, he said, some police Ronald R. Lane, 24, of 711 G officers would otherwise take Johnson asked the council to avenue NW, suffered a face cut the Fifth amendment or refuse delay action and consider in the accident, but refused the lie detector test. He said the whether the requirement should transportation to a hospital. ordinance will assist the grand be done on a state, rather than Police charged Lane with jury and expedite the investiga- a local, level. He also said he thought the inapt r the collision fit the inter- Approximately 20 police of- vestigation could have been conand West- ecuted in Renton county at Now- , . '"v ,• /    ”7    I    1    V 11n’t,    i/,   LZ..i  I driving left of the center line lion Approximately fleers, including Acting-Chief eluded long, long ago. W-— 60 ^ UTI WIATHffc fOTOCAST ^ Cold weather will continue from the northern and central Rockies through the middle and upper Mississippi valley to the north Atlantic coast. Rain is expected from the southern Rockies to Texas and over the southeastern states. Mrs. Francis Pusateri described as an apartment Mabel Irene Franks. Other Items of ......  30    police section of F avenue    ‘ wood drive NW.    Wally Johnson and most com-    Citing his own experience in I olice said Lune s cor made mand S)aff officers, protested three hours’ testimony before contact Iirst with an oncoming ordinance at the council the grand jury, Johnson said, car driven by Samuel N. Allen, meeting Wednesday.    “My personal opinion was they .)4, of 4J3 Twenty-third st reet Detective Darwin Ammeter, I could have obtained the infor-NW, and then struck a car driv- president of the Policemen’s motion from my testimony in en by Stan It. Menken, JI, of protective Assn., read a letter about an hour. . . .” 1913 Central drive SW,    from ^ association opposing *    *    the ordinance. A second personal Interrupted —Daily Record— The Weather Hiqh temperatures Tuesday, low tem perspires overnight and inches of precipitation: Anchorage M M M L Angeles 63 57 Atlanta 66 57.60 Miami 77 73 Bismarck    31 05    .06    Min'aiohs    13 19 Chicago    41 30    N orleans    81 70 Denver    56 16    .03    New York    59 33 Duluth    74 7    Phoenix    76 61 20 Honolulu    81*8    Seattle    5137 Houston    81 71    Washington    62 43 M—Missing. Extended Forecast — Partly cloudy Friday through Sunday. Lows in the teens. Highs in the playing with matches to grass I behind 71 Allview cirive SW. 5:11 p.m. Tuesday. Trash fire behind 1012 Second avenue SE. 2:34 p.m. Tuesday. Unknown j to grass at Edgewood road and Beverly road SW. 7:18 p.m. Tuesday. Unknown to grass at Prairie Creek trailer court and Forty-first street SW. 11:17 p.m. Tuesday. Unknown to trash at 1136 Ellis boulevard NW. illness. Born Oct. 13, 1931, at Shawnee, Okla., she had lived in this -Ivicinity 37 years. Mrs. Pusateri 63. Services Friday at ll, bad been employed by Prastka White-Phillips. Graveside .set -j Jewelry and the Beltane Hear-vices: Friday at 3, Fairview ing Aid Service, cemetery, Dows. Artly th M Havnes Pusateri    Wl"n    ,inin    *    second    personal    injury ac-    He was interrupted at that 42, of 105 Fisher street Ilia- S°u8ht in addition to the two    cident Tuesday caused a knee    Position of Irust    pojnt    canney, who reminded Watha, wife of Francis R.'pusa* weaP°ns* cording to the war-    injury to the driver of a car that    “it    has been suggested that Johnson    that grand jury proton, died in a Cedar Rapids hos-'ranL W(‘re a f,a‘r of blue-gray    bit a telephone pole and over-these    constitutional guarantees feedings    are secret. pi tai Wednesday after a long dress s,acks wi,h blood stains, a turned.    ,    should    be    taken    from    us    be-    Johnson    said    the    grand jury ;n*.___ ‘    nair nf mim'c linHnrchf.rfe u/ith Victor — Joe Murtha, 94. Services Friday at IO, St. Bridget’s church. Rosary Thursday at 8, McAninch’s. Tama - H. Ray Smith, 81. Services Thursday at 1730, Har-i ison's. Traer —* Mrs. Marvin Murty, 57. Services Thursday at 10:30, Surviving in husband are James Thomson; a sister, Carol Oberbroeckling, and her mother, Mrs. Frank J. Zachar, all of Cedar Rapids, and one grandson. pair of men’s undershorts with Police said a    car driven    by    cause we hold a position    of    can institute perjury charges if blood stains and yellow colored Norma Jean Maxwell, 43, of    271 (public trust,” the letter said, in    it feels a witness lied, and Remington 20-gauge shotgun iomahawk trail    SE, veered    off    part.    added the lie detector test in- shells (shotsize 4, 5, and 6). 'be road in the    2900 block    of    ..j, wou]d iS(.rm that such    an    lures a witness’reputation. Authorities reported back to f*evPr aV(,nue SE when she or(jinanCe could have some far “Anyone who is asked to take the court late Tuesday after- )a, dout-    reaching effects that would he a a polygraph after he has taken noon that they had found in “ rs    vvas    r,‘a,r{i    ,il    giant step toward trying to dim- an oath   it does something to tones county a I* ederal brand 20- • ercy hospital for a cut on the inaj0 our constitutional rights his credibility,” Johnson said. merely because we have chosen Steinbeck said he was basing to serve the public.”    hjs vote on three matters. One, adoition to her|gauge rif]ed slug shell, two pair a daughter, Mrs. 10f trousers, one handkerchief, one towel. In I,inn county, they reported finding a pair of blue-gray slacks and a partial roll of electrical tape. The items were seized and are knee and released. 8 37 am. Wednesday. Vent .spilled chloroform at A street and Burlington street SW. 9:00 am. Wednesday. Resume search for drowning victim at Third avenue bridge. Bankruptcy Judith Kayo Brandos, also known as Judith Kaye Rawson and Judith Kayo Kubik, 251 20s to 30s Friday warming to the mid 30k and 40s by Sunday. C. R. Weather High Tuesday ................40 Low overnight ...............26 Noon Wednesday .......... 38 2 p.m. Wednesday .......... 25 Precipitation ..............None Total for March ^...........1.70    pooto    street BW, formerly nomination for county supervi- Normal for March ......... 2.48    doing    business as Canine Coif- j Normal through March .....5.02    fines,    3138 Mt. Vernon road Total for 1974    6 33 Debts: $2,966.24. Assets: loiai tor iy/4  ............. o.uj    $250    wjth    clalmed    as    cx_ Barometer, rising ........ 30.04    cmpt Humidity at noon ............51    Jerry    Glenn    Reifcnstahl. Wind direction and velocity at    '$3,5Jtf.42 as exempt. Magistrate's Court Services: Saturday at ll a.m. St. Boniface Catholic church,ta( stewart funeral home by the . .    , Totndoday a< Rev. John M. Hardy, pastor of held pojKlmR a hearing to I First Christian church. Burial: I de,cra"ne whether they may Shiloh cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 9 a m. until 9 p.m. —Draft— (Continued from Page I.) deal with military matters “to seek the respiration of induction authority.” All of the draft law remains in City Attorney Dave McGuire he said, was the number of tele-said the concept of the ordi- phone calls he received on the nance has been upheld by the matter. U.S. supreme court, and that it “When our forefathers enact-did not take away any constitu- cd the Constitution of the United tional rights.    States, I was not aware they In two separate cases, the excluded police officers,” he Neenan To Seek Nomination for Linn Board Post be held for the case. use as evidence in Tom Neenan, secretary of the Linn county conservation board, announced his candidacy Wednesday f 0 r Democratic sor. Mrs. John Yilek Marie Yilek, 90, widow Affidavits Secret Affidavits signed by officers detailing evidence in the case as force, except for one sentence court ruled it is constitutional to sa*d. that gave the President authori- discharge a police officer under ty to induct men. That sentence such an ordinance, but informa-expired last June 30.    tion obtained under the circum- The only men involved in stances outlined in the ordi- Second Reason The second reason he cited was a fear of the ordinance being the “first step” toward Gazette weather station at p.m. N at 6 mph $11,782 22 ail claimed Sun rises Thursday, 7:09: sun sets, 7:20. Year Ago Today — High 48; low, 34; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Thursday Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati .. Cleveland Des Moines .. Detroit Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee . . Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City ... Omaha ... Sioux Falls .. Speeding — James Ryan, 2115 O avenue NW; fined $75 and costs. James Fear, 610 Fifteenth avenue SW; Jeff Wilson, 940 Westland road NW; each fined $50 and costs. Richard Sterling, 1365 Meadowview Weather, Hi-LoLjrjve, Marion; fined $40 and . . PtCldy 29-10 j costs. Terry Merta, route three, . Cloudy 36-20; Cedar Rapids; fined $35 and S()n Rain . Cloudy PtCldy 45-2 J 36-26 37-15 . Cloud v 39-26 Cloudy 42-35 . . Clrng 42-30 .Cloudy 28-15 PtCldy 32-20 . Cloudy 53-36 .., Fair 42-25 . . . .Fair 33-18 Wednesday's lottery were those naace “""J1' >* used in crim'- limiting constitutional rights ()l a oasis lur me searcn warrants who turn IO this year. Most of proceedings against the of-    third    reason    was    lack    of John Yilek, died late Monday in bavc J*'0'1 filed in court, but,them registered last Vcar ut    Can’t    B* Fired    time    to study the ordinance. a nursing home. Mrs. Yilek was havo •**» ordered M* sccrct ,.hft.I8lh b'r,hday' as "Wed    1    Hred    "I    sit here in question as    to horn Nov    9 1880 in Czechoslo- PxcePt l°r parties directly in-    nylaw, and were placed in a    An officer    cannot    be fired,    whether or not I will vote on vakia and came to the U.S. and voiced in the case.    ho ding classification    however, tor refusing to sign a this ordinance in haste,” Stein- Cedar Rapids in 1914    Judge    Vietor    said he issued ()n|y those who are assigned waiver of immunity from prose beck said. She was a member of Western theJ (>rdpr funder thp authority numbers I through 95 will be clition.    Acting Asst. Chief William In making his announcement, I Fraternal    Life Assn. (ZCBJ)!fnd duty °f the court to ,nsure    ^^rtnt H    ilten Callus to nrn    Ma.y0.rVi 1)0,1    ,Cannoy    fld he fa/    Byrne said most officers aren’t Neenan promised he would and other Czech organizations!1^ dpfendanls a fair and ,m*    c,Tndhv    “rooHLK    V°    ordinance    because    it    concerned about the grand jury campaign on    a “person to    per-    of Cedar Rapids and    the East    Partial trial.    vide a standby    pool of readily    was requested by the highest    investigation, but    about what pc go oi.d    10    ^    lLucasclubofHIowaCi    He cited the    U.S. supreme    inductive men during    1976.    law enforcement officer in the    will come later. Surviving are two daughters, court decision in the celebrated Those with numbers over 95 state for the purpose of speed- Because of the wording of the Mrs. Eldon Memler,    of Coral-    Sam Sheppard    case,    where the    will remain in    the holding    clas-    ing the investigation.    ordinance, he    said,    officers Ville and Mrs. Elton Armstrong.    court sa*d “• •    •    the    trial court    sificalion and    not hear    from That cloud has hung over the    could be forced    to    spend    most of Atkins; a    son, William. Scbas- m,Kht weM have proscribed . .    heir draft    boards again unless    police department too    long,” the    their time taking polygraph topol, Calif., six grandchildren (ahout) the identity of prospec-    ore |s a    national emergency    mayor said.    tests in relatively minor cases, and ten great-grandchildren. Ijive witnesses or their probable requiring a change.    “»    ‘ Services: Friday 2 pm. atjte^imony. Kuba funeral home east by the    Names    of    Witnesses    Recovers Stolen Rev William B Hamish. Vietor told The Gazette the    r    . Burial: Czech National. Friends search warrant affidavit con- ® CPCf I ne may call at Kuba east after I Gained the names p m. Thursday.    spective witnesses a..u .uc.i ----- -------- -------------!w -probable testimony.    jberland volunteer fire depart-,me- Tom Neenan I think it s kind of sad, what the assistant attorney general    an^e or said yesterday, that some police/ McGuire agreed, and the officers would refuse to testify.” wording of the ordinance was fie said it is the city council’s changed to omit a reference to of such nro- NEW CUMBERLAND. W. Va. '™P™s,bilify to clear up the in- "other proceedings” end "court and their WPI) - A thief stole the Cum- vestigation as quickly as posse ,learla«s basis,” contacting a minicosts.    mum    of    25    percent of Linn G lenn Flannugon, Ryan; county voters, if chosen as his] j He Q Howell I' He also called attention to this!m<'n,’s $27 OOO fire truck Tues Gerald Kramer, Dyersville; party s nominee.    :    ancnuun    w mn Everett Schultz, route three, N    •,    ..    hi    ti    Janette    G.    Howell,    63,    of    1254    language in the decision: “The aaY* Marion; Conrad Baumier, 2801    1    sa,d    a‘s    objective    will    courts MUST (emphasized bv Elaine drive NW; Gerald Tay-|be to “serve the people. y    Vietor) take such steps by rule sheriffs department located the don’t want to give up all our years I have served as a publicity in a cedar napias nospuai. j j lt 4 *!,. J    h^hina    a    tgv«m    >.♦    no-irht official, I think, bear out .... fact I have fulfilled my respon-1 Rapids, she was born May 3, Officers’ View “We. as police officers, would A 90-minute search bv the like to expedite it, too. but we Degree Days Tuesday .............. Total to date...... Through March 19, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year ..... .... 35 . 5,720 . 5.909 86.27 6,631 Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday .. .670.70 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets:) Lacrosse (12) 6.0, no change Lansing (18) missing Dam 9(18) 16.0, no change McGregor (18) 8.7, no change Guttenberg (15) 7.5, no change Dubuque (17) 10.0, fall .1 Davenport (15) 8.9, no change Keokuk (16) 9.5, fall .9 Cedar at C.R. (13) 5.85. fall .29 Births — Mercy March 19 - To the families of Walter Ashhaeh»*r. rout/ 4, Solon, a daughter; Gregory Bu-licek. 144 Bowling street SW. a daughter; George Koehler, 1270 Forty-second street SE, a daughter. Births — St. Luke’s March 19 To the families of Franklin Waterhouse, Coggon, a son: Hon Sylvester. Newhall. a daughter; John Casey, 716 Arrowhead lane NE, a daughter; James Loyd, Fly. a son; Mark Fang. 504 Ninth street SW, a son. Out of Town Births At Brattleboro, Vt. -    Mi and Mrs. Tom Pereira, a son March 13. Mrs. Pereira is the daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Gillam, 2430 Brockman avenue, Marion. At Virginia Beach, Va.    Mi ;tn«l Mrs. James ll. Robert*, a son March 16. Mrs. Roberts is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: George Shultz, jr., 1330    Mc Go w a ii boulevard, Marion. Roberts is the son of Mr. and Mrs ll I■. "Jim” Hanson, 2985 Third avenue.    t    i \t San Diego Boatswain ■ Mate 3-e and Mr Kenneth l> Knight, a daughter Fell. 12 Mrs Knight is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Floyd A Sauter, 214 Fifteenth street NW Fires I jo p.m. Tuesday Short in oven at 194 Sixteenth avenin SW 3 IIH p in Til1' day Mistaken ,i I a iii i at 950 Shaver road NE 3 )! |. It) 'I uestlas I nknou ii to glass at RKH) block of Rockford load SW 4 03 pin. Tuesday. Paper on hot glove at 1924 First avenue NE I 38 p iii Tuesday < lilldrcn lor; 1050 Third avenue SE; Betty Murphy, 1007 ll avenue NW; I) o n n a Long, 1955 Twenty-fifth avenue, Marion; Arthur Middleton, 213 Crandall drive NE; Mathew Brown, 337 Thirty-first street NW; Bernadette Dunigan, 219 Broadmoro road NW; Dolores. Click, 3210 Tovvnc House | people one and    the same drive NE; Donna Daniel, 1311 Highwood drive NW; Terry Pettit. 1135 Hubbard avenue j    Neenan    was    graduated Immaculate Conception have .served as a public.day    and    regulation    that    will    protect    "wk behind a tavern at nearby constitutional rights the . A lifelong resident ot Leugr,    c(ic    .    ‘    ..    .    .    Chester.    it.”    Ammeter    said sibilities with this in mind. I seek the office in order to do my part in making county government and government of the Education NE; Kevin Wade. 2221 avenue NW; Anthony Sixth j Koop-1 1910. Miss Howell was a secretary for Iowa Manufacturing Co. for 43 years before her retirement in 1972. She was a member of First Presbyterian ' church and Chapter DK of PEO. Surviving is a sister, Jeanne from Howell, Cedar Rapids. high Services: Turner chapel cast man, 141 Cherry Hill road NW; school, attended Coe college, at noon Thursday by the Rev. Duane Koss, 1818 Eleventh! and was graduated in 1948 from John Shew and the Rev. Larry street NW; Jack Reeves, 360 the University of Iowa with a’Johnson. Burial: Morrison, Iii. Barnett? Hiawa’thafeac^ Hned defiree in polite! science. Friends may call at Turner $30 and costs. Leon Goodell,! He served two terms as a|chapel east until 11:30 a.m. Vinton; fined $25 and costs. member of the Linn county jury I Thursday. The casket will not in doing their processes from prejudicial outside interferences.”    Aulhcrities    said the truck \va< He complained there had not The judge also made these ‘n 8ood shaPc except that two been enough time for the associ-comments on the matter:    oxygen masks, valued at $601 at ion’s lawyer to research the “Pre-trial publicity of what each> werc missing, along with subject, the prosecutor or defense coun- a and coat.    The ordinance was lirst pub- sel thinks the evidence in the trial will be has serious poton-! tial for impairing the fundamental right of defendant and the public to a fair and impartial trial. Jury Selection EPA, Engineers Differ On Mi lea ae Measure ublic Improvements Commissioner Richard Phillips, responding to .Steinbeck’s statement, said he believes he has to take all citizens into consideration when he votes, not just police officers. Ammeter asked why other city employes arid the council were not included in the ordinance. and was told it was because the supreme court decision referred specifically to police. He :hen asked the councilmen if they would, as speiled out in die ordinance, take a lie detector test. Would Take Test DETROIT i AIL    A special track, hut some of the oil people C a n n e y . Phillips, Finance The problem such pre-trial society of Automotive Engineers seem to agree that a dynamom- Commissioner Hal Schaefer and John Chizek, mothy Philipp, t e c n t h street Childs, 1838 O Robert Drown, Clutier; Till)! I Seven-SW; Donna avenue NW; 309 Thirtieth street SE; Steven Cahill, 1125! Sixteenth avenue SW: Gregory] Modcracki, 1050 Third avenue] .SE; Joseph Kopish, 340 Arris-j ley lane SW; Gary Nikodim.] route three. Cedar Rapids; Ronald Blakley, Iowa City; j each fined $20 and costs. Failure to dim lights — John Peters, Shellsburg; fined $10 and costs. Traffic signal violation John Leaner, Fairfax; fined $20 and costs. Mark Nutt, 57 De-j von Wood avenue SW; Nancy Showalter, 4420 Bowling street SW; each fined $15 and costs. Improper registration Ste-1 vcn Livermore, 2716 Union drive SW: fined $10 and costs. I Parking violation Steve Tinges, 851 Twelfth street NE;! fined $50 and costs. Striking fixtures adjacent to street Kenneth Price, Britt; fined $10 and costs. Iowa Deaths Iowa City Bud Sitter. 59. Services Friday at I 30, First Presbyterian church. George L. Gay, where friends may call Thursday. Monticello    Mrs.    Geor Murdorf, 82 Services Tim at 1:30 at Peace I Church of Christ. Goettsch’x, South English Mr Carlie I.#. Black, Hi. Services Friday at 1:30 at Powell's. Burial: IVn-nington cemetery south of Sigourney Vinton Albert J Obit, It.) Sci vices Frida> .it 2 at Campbell's, where friends may call after IO Thursday. Burial Pratt Creek cemetery Vinton    Wallace    M< vet , commission, was recently ap- be opened after the service, pointed to a five-year term on Friends may, if they wish, con-the Linn county conservation tribute to the American Cancer board, served three terms as Society, mayor of Center Point, has been vice-chairman of the Centeri Memorial Services Point planning and zoning com Brown, Leola M. I p.m. mission for four years, has been | Thursday in Chapel of Mcmo- treasurer of the Archdiocesan ,aos by the Rev. James H. Rio- Council of Catholic Men since .ol ,St‘ P;,liI s United M<Jh-uxcc lu t a- « odist church. Burial: Cedar Me-1966. and has been active in Bov publicity create? is that it be- force working with federal eter is more appropriate.” comus difficult or impossible to offjc,a|s says Jus, abmlt „ ,„,k , js ^ select impar tai jurors able to po,.f,.cU,d a wav t0 measure four automotive engineers, four gasoline economy in competing petroleum arrive at their verdict    solely on the basis of evidence    adduced during the trial—a verdict not influenced, consciously or unconsciously, by whatever the jurors may have read    or heard    ,    ,    .    ,    _    . about the care before    the trial    lhe    federal    Environment engineers, company engineers mortal. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Brown, Pearl    IO    a    rn. Thursday at Chapel of Memo-’or 16 years Neenan has been Dos by the Rev. William B. member of the Linn county Scouts. Central Committee a Democratic Central Committee, serving as deputy chairman in I960 and 1961. Neenan operates a manufacturing business in Center Point and a distributorship of pre cut homes. He has lived in Cedar Rapids and Center Point for a total of 36 years. He and his wife Eileen have five children. Mrs. Neenan is serving hor first term as mayor of Center Point ’■V,!};!', She (triter ^ayiiiu Owurtlr I kteit>ll»h«d In WU by Th* GoieUf Co and publHhfd daily and Sunday a1 500 Third Av* SP., C#«ar Rapid*, Iowa S740A Second Cia** Po*1uge paid al Cedat Rapid*, Iowa Subiiriptlon role* by carrier IS cen I* O week By moll Night edition and Sunday 6 l»»ue* 12 ?S a monltv a yeat Afternoon edition* and Sunday I (**»«» $2 50 a month IM a year Other *tote* and US ten done* <40 a yetn Na mall *ub»fUpturn* accepted In area* having (.arette cartier lervlre lhe A*»oclaled Pre** I* entitled e*cla jively lo the u*e tot i epubiicolion of all lh# local new* printed In thl* new*po pet ut well at all AP new* ditpakhet. Garnish. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Ferguson, Katherine Turner chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Thursday by the Rev. Warren Feller. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Keister. June Turner chapel east at 1:30 p.rn Friday by the Rev' Don Wells of Anamosa. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance ...... 366    7654 F.B.1........402/348-1210 Fire ............. 398-5343 Highway Patrol .364 5171 After Hours .. 363-5629 Police ........... 398 5353 Sheriff  ........ 398-3521 Medical Society 365 252/ (lf you havo no phyiician) Foundation ll ....362-2174 (Clan help. 4 p.m.-midnight) (Clip and carry la your billfold) fc fcs . hp began.” Conner and Nowlin were arrest cd following information received by authorities Monday afternoon and evening from three “material witnesses.” The three, described as being in their teens, were kept under guard at a hotel prior to the apprehension and arraignment of the two suspects. Preliminary hearings for the two are scheduled for 1:30 p m. Monday on the Linn county charges. Bond on each man has been set at $25,000 on the robbery with aggravation charge, and $100,000 on the murder charge C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 377-8081 lf you need help: Foundation ll... 362-21 74 (4 pm to mtdmghf) cars. But some members of the task force say the procedures work best on test tracks, while Totec- tion Agency (EPA) wants methods which can be conducted away from roads on a dynamometer. a treadmill-like device which simulates auto driving conditions. Snag in Efforts Therein lies a snag in the task force efforts, says Chrysler Corp s R. Robert Ixive, task force head and an assistant engineer for vehicle development and an EPA observer. “Not for Mileage” Darks Commissioner Stan Reinis said they would Steinbeck, who earlier expressed fear the ordinance would become “a political hatchet to weed out officers,” said, “If accused, with reason- The dynamometer simulates able grounds, I would be the driving conditions, and the EPA first to take a lie detector test has been using it to measure if, in fact, it was voluntary. I emission standards. The auto would be the last if, in fact, I makers all argue that it was forced.” shouldn’t    be    used    for    mileage The    debate continued for measurement.    about 90 minutes, with police of- It was the EPA itself which fivers maintaining the ordi-asked the engineering society,nance was unnecessary and un-for help, faced with arguments constitutional, and Canney, by the auto industry that the Phillips, Reinis and Schaefer EPA tests understate fuel econ- citing the court decisions and omv and are based only on ur- saying the ordinance is neces-ban-suburban driving.    sary to end the investigation Modifying the various testing and restore public trust in the “The dynamometer techno- procedures already used by the police department, logy just    doesn’t    exist    at this    Hi«    Threo*    ^ove    -aid    his    After    the voti time and,    in our    minds, there are doubts that it    ever    will be possible. “None of us has been able to reproduce on the dynamometer the economies we got on the road. We can’t come out with the same answer three times running unless we hedge by saving plus or minus a mile or mile and-a hall. which is not an accurate picture ” But EPA Deputv Administrator Erie O. Stork says: “It’s not impossible at all. Some of that committee is oriented to tile test Ammeter force is close to perfecting gaso- called the action “inconceivable line tests for three conditions: in a country like this” and said urban driving of two miles at an the association plans to appeal average speed of 15.7 miles per through the courts. hour; suburban driving of 5.2     — miles at 40 m p h. and freeway-    Added    to    Injury highway driving of 4.7 miles at LONDON (UPI — A reader 55 m p h.    identified as J. 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