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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NAHON*! WI Al MI lf MltvKf lOHtC ASI »«> ?AM I SI  No Police Chief Reduced Water  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed.. April 3, 1974  3A  Mrs. G. W. Longaker  Leora Spurrier Longaker, 74. widow of G. Willard Longaker land a Cedar Rapids resident ' before moving to Winston Sa-  lnC.R„ Meeting On Vacancy Set  Rates Soon for Durant To Get New Dance  Those 62 to 64  Residents aged 62. 63 and 64 will be eligible soon for reduced The city was officially without water rates. moving to Winston ha-  a  chief of police Wednesday, so A reduced rate is currently  I-T’ J ^l„?^ J LJ!L rCe years  ■ the city council scheduled a per-)available for persons 65 and  An ordinance has been what can be done about filling prepared lowering the age re-the vacancy.    quirement to 62, and has been  : ago. died there Tuesday.    sonnet    meeting    for    2    p.m.    to see’ovcr  Born Jan. I. 1900, in Cedar  ! Rapids, Mrs. Longaker was a  ■ member of First Christian     n « rrna     passed twice bv the citv council  church, the Woman's club. DAR.    me    city    has    had    no    penna-^  the King's Daughters and the, ncnt     chief    since George    Mafias  Floor' for Polka Festival  A M p] S — The iowa highway!the Moulton case under pres-commission voted Wednesday to sure from Gov. Robert Ray and “fix up the dance floor” for the court action, and re-wrote its Cedar county town of Durant. policy to allow closure where Those were the words of Com- J he traffic count is low.  it    to put an    asphaltic    surface on    by his    daughter    Tricia who  hf'pn    serving ng actine    rhinf     w ' d  he in force.    highway 6    in Durant    from Fifth    claimed    40 percent    of the trans-  a daughter,     g soa 5Yh Vts conducted    After that, applications    for    the    avenue to    just east of Tenth av-     act j on  -pbe report    recommend-  for a    new chief. However,    stale    '■educed rule can be made    to    the    enue.    cd that    Tricia now Mrs. Ed-  law prohibits him from coniine-  e [  dc P ar,mcnl .  In add "!" n  • lus ' 'ast month, the commis- ward Cox. should file amended  .    .    ...    to    Hip    app    rpniiirpmpnt    the    sinn apreen re metantlv In a ow returns tn cermet hpr own fin I-  ing in the position for more than  un wi Aim* f dick am  Snow and rain will fall over the wesfern portion of the central plains into the northern plains and upper Michigan. Rain will fall over the remainder of the central plains, middle and lower Mississippi valley and Alabama.  Services: IO a.m. Thursday at  HrabakVs.  Toledo — James Roldt, 74. Services: Friday 2 p.m., Otterbein United Methodist church. : Henderson’s.  Marriage Licenses    Castalia    — Lloyd W. Blum-  High temperatures Tcesdav. ov tm ('arni Ort pm and ^mtt hagen, 64. Services: Friday at 2 perjures merniaht and trche*. of pre- j  dI V er S en ana , „ , ?    :    n    rn    “     1     *■    •  Olson. Bonita Jones and Bobby  Bryant, all of Cedar Rapid  IWauchtown Senior Citizens ! retired due t0 il1  health fast fall.    '    Ale  j club    g    Senior    Citizens ^    ^probably    around    April    15  Surviving arc Mrs.    Leslie    Brendle, Kernersville,    N.C.:    a    brother.    Harold  ; Spurrier,    Cedar    Rapids,    and  I three grandchildren.  Services: Turner chapel east ^  da . vs -at    3    p.m.    Friday    by    the Rev.    Wednesday was the 91st day.  Safety Commissioner James  Steinbeck said it will be at least  two to three weeks before a new  I p.m.,chief can be hired. A certified  will not    list of applicants is expected  soon from the civil service com-  T , ,    .    ~  . .    ,,    ,    .    .    .,    ..    Federal    Knergv    Office    says it is  mission, after which the counci , , ,  b  , ,, *- ,•  .    . . .    ready    to    turn    over    to    the    lustice  will conduct interviews.    . *l ,    ..    ,    ,    *  department evidence of market-  It is permissible for an assis- j ng  irregularities which have  mission Chairman Robert Rigler, New Hampton, for the After the ordinance is passed commission's action approving a third time and published - spending its share for a project  —Taxes—  ‘Continued from Page I.)  to the age requirement, the sion agreed reluctantly to allow returns to correct her own obli-combined annual income of a the 1.472-population town in gations and should report interhousehold must be less than southeast Cedar county to hold est her father paid her on a loan  Glen Bender of First Congregational church. Burial:    Cedar  Memorial. Friends may register at Turner east after , Thursday. The casket be opened at any time. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the Cancer Fund or a charity of their choice.  $4,200 to qualify  Evidence Ready In Propane Probe  WASHINGTON (AP)  The  its Polka Festival on the high- to buy the property, way.    Nixon    should    declare as in-  Those same blocks are to be come the value of flights in gov-closed from 5 p.m. Sept. 6 to I ernment planes taken by his a.m. Sept. 7. and from I p.m. family and friends “when there Sept 7 to I a m. Sept. 6, for the was no business purpose” in festival.    'furnishing    the    transportation  Completion date for the over- report said that amount lay work is Aug. 30.    came to $27,015 for the four-year  What will happen if the proj- P or ' od -  The Weather  tant chief to carry out the boosted by up to 15 cents a gal- ect completion is delayed was ‘  ,X °* q .?.,qq chief's duties until that time.‘ion prices of propane to con- not discussed at Wednesday’s  tom(>  S' 2 * 298 111  appointment sumersr.    meeting.  Charles Owens, a deputy assistant administrator, told a  n mipfi vvjll even be started.  without a formal  declare as inimprovements to his San Clemente and Key I Biscayne, Fla., estates — im-There is some question if the p rovem ents th e  staff said were  CipitMion.  Anchnraq  Atlanta  bismarck  Chicano  Denver  Duluth  Honolulu  Houston  Zion Lutheran Schutte’s, Postville.  McGregor — Russell  church.  C.  40 27    L Angeles    77 53  3428    Minneapolis    Sf 35 .os I ^  a  d i n c Tomlinson, Cedar _ .    .     r   7144    n Orleans    85 74 12 Rapids and William    Quinn | Sen liver,    71. Services.    Friday,    2  57 78.80 New York 59 50 .OR 1 --    *  34 31    Phoenix    80 50 .01  John M. Morton  John M. Morton, 84, a Cedar as acting chief,. That would Rapids resident before moving mean a change in command to I^eesburg, Fla., 20 years ago, twice in a short period of time, died there Tuesday. Born Feb.!however, because Johnson is a  28. 1890. at Iowa City, he had captain, not an assistant chief. intensive investigation covering Durant town council for its    Disclosure Vote  resided in Cedar Rapids most of 7^ meeting scheduled ^ levels of the propane market-  sbare 0 f t be  project.    There    had been some question  The bid for the project was about whether  project win eve., ut- aiaricu, .* unde rtaken primarily for the    ,------     )SinC e    commission    approval    is     p ^„ ci j onrc    >nrcA „ 0 i    Hornet    •*  has gathered the evidence in an  subject t0 the  approval of the  1 residcnf s  F^isona! benefit.  85 70 79 70  Seattle 52 41.15 Washington 74 45 .02  Extended forecast — Chance of rain Friday night and Saturday Cooler than normal with highs in the 40s and 50s. Lows 20s and 30s  C. R. Weather  High Tuesday Ixow overnight Noon Wednesday 2 p.m.  Precipitation ____  Total for April Normal for April Normal through April Total for 1974 Barometer, falling Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p m FNF] at 16 mph Sun rises Thursday. 6 45: sets. 7:35.  Year Ago Today High. low. 37: rainfall, 13.  Traveler’s Forecast Thursdav  mon    lodge and York    Rite  North Conway, N. H. Marjorie P™- Thornburg’s. Friends mayl^ 10 ^  and was  .  a  charter Bentley. Cedar Rapids, and  cal1 after 2  P- m  Thursday.    member of Bahia    Shrine Tcmp-  Wcslr.v Burcsh, Ely. *    Vinton    — Anna K. Hiler, 78. Ie in Florida.  Services:    2    p.m. Thursdav,    o    • •    ..  White-Phillip’s.    Surviving    are    a daughter.  Wellman -    Alice Bienne-    Mrs.    William Stusak,    Cedar  man, 85. Services Friday at 2, Rapids, seven grandchildren  West Union Mennonite church.! L  * j uu  Powell’s in Wellman.    land eight great-grandchildren.  his life.    Wednesday    afternoon was     cda ' n -  He was a member of Mt. Her- called so the council could discuss the various alternatives Lidbility Insurance and legal requirements with the tyjj( e  Sent to HOUSe  city attorney.  Join  ,.....   _    Thursday,!  Petition tor Bankruptcy  Stephen D. Cree, formerly I West Union Mennonite church, business as TELCON, and  —Waterage—  (Continued 'rom Page 1.1  DES MOINES (AP) - The Iowa senate Wednesday' finally sent to the house a bill it had passed Feb. 4 to more than double the minimum liability au  =*) Both claimed assets of S425. all  claimed exempt.    Decorah    -    Anne    Lamme   a3  Patrick Leo and Sharon Ray j “ aa «®nsenl 8.7 services Thurs-Byrne, 5650 Ohio street SW’. L 1 ' I L St. Benedict s church. Both c I a . rn e d debts of I Prayer^scrvice at 8 Wednesday. $4,300.70 $785. all  She claimed assets of $750, all  about double the and the town council expected.  The 1972 estimate, which was approved by the town council last month, listed the city’s share as $11,000. The commission’s share for the 24-foot center portion of the road was estimated at $16,300.  the committee  commission would make the report public or  wait until Nixon's tax lawyers had presented arguments that. Nixon’s tax deductions were proper. The committee voted 9 to I to release the report with Sen. Carl Curtis iR-Neb.) casting the dissenting vote.  At the White House, Deputy  I Press Secretary Gerald Warren The bid by Iowa Road Build- reversed a stand he had taken  nj  K r     ♦    o m • Decorah - Acnes * r  Bul Funeral service* are pending ^  d J     ,     pa  ‘ ^ 'tomobile insurance coverage in  Nancy K. Cree, route 2, Marion.    .     Agn £*    A*.    Bul-,    runcrai    service.- are pending.Activities he reported to Chapin. i„,„ 0   !He claimed debts of $56,665.97. |a rd :  82 :  Scrvices  Thursday at Turner chapel east will be in     1 iIowa -  72!She claimed debts of $56,824.51.1^^hington Prairie Lutheran  charge of  j oca j  arrangements     Who    Recruited    Sen.    Bass Van Gilst (D-;ers Co. of Des Moines was Tuesday when he declined to re-   -“I    told    Mr.    Chapin    that    Don    Oskaloosa) had filed a motion to $55,174. Thus, if as expected, the  affirm a  presidential pledge to  Mrs. Rex Phillips    had been before the grand jury    reconsider the bill    that would    proportions    remain    the    same.     ab j d e by    whatever decision is  Margaret B. Phillips, 66,    of    and the names of those who had     ra * se  rninimum    coverage to    the city will    have to    pay    $22,000     mac j e  by    the committee con-  1705 Keith drive NE, wife of Rex recruited him and who paid him 1  $25,000 for death or injury to one for the project.    cerning a possible tax liability.  Phillips, died Tuesday following    came out as a result of ques-    person, $50,000 to death or inju-    j n  March,    the Durant    council    j “There    is no change in the  a long illness. Born May    17.    lions from a grand juror.” Dean    T f° r tw0 or more     persons and    approved the $11,000    for    the re-    president’s view on this mat-  1907, in Monticello, she was said.    $10,000 for property damage, surfacing, even though at about ter,” Warren said Wednesday.  BO  0.07 0.07 2 79 7 81 5.09  He claimed    assets I ^independence -    John    H.  claimed    as    exempt, r, ,     c  • „     r  . .    .  Dodge, 63.    Services    Friday    at  '    ’    2, White’s.    Military    memorial  claimed as exempt.    ,,,.    ,    ■    „    .  service Thursday at 8. A mc-  Elsie May West, 1450 Mea-*^^riaf Yund^has^ been Vs- married May 17, 1922. in Cedar' “I assured Dwight ifs nothing  The  P resent ,imits are  $ 10 - 000 - the same time its petition to the  __________ ^    .    Rapids.    Ho    worry about,” Dean said. $20,000 and $5,000. respectively, commission noted that highway  % riaimnH ac ovomnt    ....     OH    p>  ^  f s..    . »rover. g be was a  j-Qcjdent of Cedar  White’s         W    'rather.    Hi-Lo      Bismarck        Snow    40-25      Chicago        Sh wrs    44-31      Cincinnati        Cloudy    66-46      Cleveland        Cloudy    59-42      Des Moine        Shwrs    42-28      Detroit        Sh wrs    64-40      Indianapoli        Cloudy    60-35      Kansas ('ii    tv    PtCldy    55-35:      Milwaukee        Cloudy    45-32'      Mpls.-St. I    HUI . .    Cloudy    40-28:      Ok la Citv        PtCldy    58-39      Omaha        Cloudy    57-34      Sioux F’all        Cloudy    36-24      Degree    Days          Tuesday            13      Total to da    to        6.180)      Through A    pm 2.    1973    6.182      Percent of    norma    I year    93.21 •      Total nom    la! yea    ii*    6,631      Mississippi    Stages      i Flood stages in  J « /tov R    bracket  (J r i e n I    A)      i id v t USM'  Lansing (    A I 4M J 18) 8.(    .U, I 1st' . J  I, fall .1          Dam 9 ( I    8) 15.7    . rise I          McGrcgo    r (18) I    3.7, no ct    lange      Guttenbe    rg (15)    7 1. rise    , •>      Dubuque    (17) 9    7, no chi    ange I      Davcnpor    t (15)    8.2. fall          Keokuk (    16) 7 8    , fall .4          Cedar at    C l*. (    13) 5.13    . rise     West, 1450 Mea  »20>wvicw drive Manor.    IUblished!  »'n    ]" sr,s:    w " h     Rowley  $200 claimed as exempt.  Car! William Wallig, 901 Va Oakland road NE. Debts:  $6,900.01. Assets: $1,389, with $434 claimed as exempt.  Dennis Dean Marshall, 700 35th street, Marion. Debts:  S17.711.02. Assets: $4,335, with $4,305 claimed as exempt  David Charles and Cheryl Ann Stevens, 905 Orchard road,  Marion. Debts:    $22,747.50.  Assets: $1,670, with $360 claimed as exempt.  un  47;  Northeast C. R. Parcel Still Needs Buyer  President’s Reply  In lh mn    n rhonin c Q i^ Hn    ^  James  Griffin < R-Council    6 was    the    only    portland    cement    Hep.    Wilbur    Mills.    (D-Ark.i,  Rapids most of her life and was should    have    fired    Segretti    when     an insurance a £^ nt -    street    available    in    town    for    ' ice-chairman    of the  .....~     nou, °     ndve    nrocl     ^ Lgreui    vvnen     supported Van Gilst, contending    dancing.    mittee.    told newsmen    he    undereat insurance rates in Iowa  a retired employe of the Turner  he went  , 0 New  Hampshire be-    °°ll']!a 1 dancing '  Co. and a member of St. Paul’s f ore  (hat state’s Drimarv and insuiancc rates in Iowa contracts Engineer Keith,    .  *' ” .......  ’    ■     f0re    thdt    StdteS    pr    mary    and     would    rise 23 percent if the bill  Davis told rcpor ? crs the  asphalti has  f llcd a bnc f supporting its  stands the Presidents’ counsel  United Methodist church. Surviving in addition to  her  used his own name.  we  broke  I believe received only 25 votes to 23 no votes. A constitutional majority of 26 votes is needed for recon-_  r     _T ”    sideration.  Defense Rests  ...    ,    ,,    .. “When Watergate  husband arc a daunter. Mary , o|d Don  , 0    (    |os(   Rachel bporc. and a son. Rex.; Hcrb (Ka , mbachl scttled   jr.. both of Cedar Rapids; seven  hjm  .. , h( .  memo said   grandchildren,^ great-    _____________________  I he last large parcel of urban    grandchildren: four step-great  renewal land in Cedar Rapids is    grandchildren; two sisters. Kath-  Mill uniting for a buyer.     er j ne  shoemaker. Tama, and   .............. parcel, about seven-and-    N e iij e  stone. Madrid, and two  Sheryl Kacek,    one half acres located generally    brothers. Lewis and Robert  mad MW,|between C avenue NE. the pro-    Miner, Cedar Rapids.  street. fsTan oIThe    ***'    in    an    accident    involving    a  Jan Cedar Lake urban iencu.il P ni J- James L. Haves. Burial  is enacted.    surface    will    get    hard    enough    so    ^'7,     He sa,d  , h «  w » dld not   Bul the motion to reconsider^ „  shou|d not be stickv for  abject to giving the_attorney  the September Festival.  * * *  At the meeting Wednesday,  Magistrate s Court  Speeding Dennis Burn LaPorte City;  ' 5309 K e s I e r Lawrence Janda. 1411 street NW. each fined $40 and costs. Russell Hamilton.  Harbet avenue NW; (  Schul/.f. 370 S e v e n t e e n t ll lect street SF’.; Larry Schutt, Atkins; each fined    $35 and costs.  Gerald F’arland, 720 Danbury street NE; Franees Bates. 2739 Second Kruger  Wade. 1731    F', avenue NE;  David Thomas, 1920 Grande avenue SFL    John Peal, 500  Eleventh street, Marion; Margaret Williams, 872 Daniels street NE; each fined $30 and • o.sis. Keith    Curley, Oxford  Junction; Dale Basler. Vinton; Robert Roseland, 4 Cottage Grove woods SF]; Robert Heath,  1281 Center street NE; Audrey  In Di^nnLo    C ec * ar     County    Man  uiapuiieoa>e    | s     Killed    in Crash    approval of the Durant high-  Defense lawyers in the “Dia-  an opportunity to state their  case, but that there was some  feeling in the committee that  .    .    ..    , this could lead to other requests  the commission also updated its ^ or a pp earance and  so involve  policy on closing primary high-  lhc committec jn cxtende d  ways in towns to conform with bearings  BENNETT (UPI) - A Cedar way 6 closing.    Student    Ban    Vetoed  pulse case in Cedar Rapids    county man was killed Wednes-    At the    meeting last month.    NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP) —  —. ...        0     _    Chairman    Rigler noted the poli- Governor Winfield Dunn has ve-  the Rev. ed their case Wednesday after    pickup truck and . semitrailer    cy as it    stood allowed closing    toed a bill that would have  Cedar i failing to secure their final    truck at a street intersection    highways    in towns where “traf-    prohibited male and female col-  here.  The project must be closed.    'eastTruT^ I    30 a m^Fn ^  W “ neSS    ho ^    .    .    ..    .....    fie is low " He said the 2.660 j ege  students from living to-  lurner east until ii.JU a.m. rn-     Dr Bruce  Cameron of Baylor    The victim was ldentiiied as    vehicles per day east of Durant    g e ther on campus. He said it  day. The casket will not be     un j vers j t y, Houston, Texas,    had    Edward J. Feiler. 36 of rural    could hardly be called low.     was un f a j r t0 reason  that only  opened after the service.    been scheduled to appear in    Bennett, the driver of the pickup    At its meeting Tuesday,    students are promiscuous.    ---support of the healing ma-     truck Tbe dr i vor  of the semi.    Rigler proposed amending the    _  Memorial Services    chines. He did not arrive, how-    Milburn W Douglas. 38. cf Bal-    “Moulton rule” to also allow    ->0 YEARS AGO — The    Iowa  Horacek, Pavla—Brosh chap    ever    timore.    Md., escaped injury.    closing “when the staff feels the    attorney general’s office ruled  cl at 2 p.m. Thursday oy the    j ud p e  Edward McManus    es-     >Pbe acc * dent  occurred at the    closure will not adversely affect    that osteopathic physicians had  tablished a briefing schedule for    °'     8     Ihi^hffamc Mte^lly.”  a  legal right to become staff  defense and government law- j ’     I______  yers. A decision on the case is ,    .    .    -  Laird: Oil Countries  out by June 30 Bids were invited on the land avenue SE; Raymond three times, the latest time on Mt. Vernon, • , ohnj Wednesday. F’or the second time. no bids were received.  The first time the land had apparently been sold, but the deal fell through when delays in routing 1-380 made it impossible for the city to deliver title to the property.  The interstate may be the  Boland. 215 D-Long diive,, ,,  Marion. Alice Dundee. 3137 problem this time, too. Planning Emerald avenue SFL Robert and •athrop, 2139 Rockford road p)o a   .03  Coralville Lake  Poo: level Wednesday  Births — Mercy  \pril I Mi and Mrs Mihal, 259 F’ighteenth  NW, a son  Births — " Luke April 2 Dennis J.  Twenty-sixth Ellas Saba. street NE, a : chalson, 1917 daughter;  Solon, a son: son. 2507 Indiana daughter; Milvoy  Redevelopment Director Salyer said Wednesday. The land will become more at-  Rev. George McDill Burial:  Czech National cemetery. Additional survivors include five g r andchildrcn and five greatgrandchildren.  Costas. John M. — St. John not expected for 30 days.  the Baptist Hellenic Orthodox    —-----  church at 1:30 p.m. Thursday jut..    a    a-.,  by the Rev. Alexander Anas- Monon    Plans  tasiou. Burial: St. John Hellenic section of Linwood cemetery.  Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Wednesday.  factory  town.  detour is available in  670.31  Gene  street  ae famines or Schmidt. 664 treet SF'., a son;' 18 Seventeenth rn; John O. Mi-  —Hearst—■  (Continued from Page I  Building Up Arsenals  ■ WASHINGTON (AP) -Appeal of Conviction  Former  Defense Secretary  \ Marion man hue fiioH nn,i™  Laird says Persian  8 ulf nations:  Riglcr’s label, “the Moulton A Mar ion man has tiled notice     are us j ng t b e j r 0 ji money to     ru | e  ••     re f ers     to    a    closing    of    a  of appeal to the Iowa supreme    build up an “awesome arsenal    highway for    that    town's"'Jam-  court of his Feb. 13 conviction     of armam e„t s  - Laird made his    bfee    last  for tm gory.    comment in a foreword to a  At last month’s meeting, the members of a county hospital.  staff pointed out that traffic on    —    ------  highway 6 is local, since inter-    ^  state 80 runs just north of kt-Hf (Lrftar iEajHOH (MZfltT  Durant. They also said a satis-  Ronald Sauerbry, 727 Fifth C avenue NF;, a j avenue SF]; fined $40 and costs. Louis Netolicky, Traffic signal violation Michael Steven- Charles FIrdrrun, 3000 J .street treet SW, a'SW; Lucite Kelly, 4525 Walk-Mally. 13021 or street NE; Don Cozart, 1501 Third street NW. a son; pii- Fifteenth street, Marion; each ehael Oldfather, 905 Fairview fined $15 and costs, drive, Marion, a daughter; Dar- Striking fixtures adjacent to rell Trice. Swisher, a daughter; street David Varner, 1440 A Jack Anderson. Belle Plaine, a avenue NE; fined $20 and costs. .son    Striking    unattended    vehicle  Out of Town Births    ’°J' w  r,l V ba ’     1    Th ‘ rd    av '"  .. _ .    «,    ...    nue SW: fined $50 and costs.  At Dubuque Mi. and Mis. j era | d  Holman, Taft hotel; Steven Pelhan, a(son Mal rh 28. | fj ncc j j25 and costs. David Mr. I elhan the daughter of; Varner, 1440 A avenue NE: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fold. 84 fj ned  $20 and costs.  Keyes court, Marion.  At Cedar Falls —  SW; each lined $20 and cost Failure to use signal — Janet Garover. Fail fax: fined $30 and tractive to developers, he ex-costs.    plained,    after the highway is  Vehicle control violation    built  John Hendricks, 1605 Forty-. ’    .    .    -mu,    (Continued    from    Page    I.) Richard Allen Thompson, 21, private study on arms in the  and vos t s >trer t  NK: ,ln< - d  ”*L .lune JO closeout dale. a which Brvan brough, to Hill,!^,“ ^  cJl.t'TpolnT r?h^  H T *?“;■ " WC  **'  da> in l -' nn  ou" district'revenues, have been able rn road NFL lined S‘>o and costs -  ,he fedcral  department ol heve it is a drivers license. wei court  Faulty equipment - Terry housing and urban development belief it is Patty’s, and we Merta, route three. Cedar!to cover the cost of the land and believe the communique is a Rapids; lined $10 and costs.    iallow    the books to be closed. genuine one ’’  Accident, damage to vehicle  Tremendous Relief  Established in 1883 by Th* Gazette Co and published dally and Sunday at 500 Third Ave SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 5240« Second Class Postage poid at Cedar Ropids, Iowa  Subscription rotes bv carrier IS cents o week. By mail: Night edition and Sunday 6 issues    a    month, $24 q  er  year despite the commission's dislike for closing roads for town celebrations.  The commission backed off in  yeor: Afternoon editions end Sunday issues $2.50 a month, $25 a year. Otn s’ates and U S ‘errltories $40 a year No mail subscriptions accepted In areas hoving Gazette carrier service.  The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of ail the local news printed in this newspaper as well as ail AP news dispatches.  procure large amounts of weap-He had received an indeter- ons and are being instructed in minate sentence not to exceed their use.”  IO years at the men s reforma-    -------  When the city sells the land, the money will go directly to the federal government to replace the grant. There is no cost to the city because of the failure to sell the land, Salyer said, except the money lost while the property is off the tax rolls.  Catherine Hearst, Patricia's mother, said the new message was “a tremendous relief for me.  “I m so happy to see half of Patty's driver's license and I hope to get the other half and  tory at Anamosa for forging the name of Linda L. Brislawn of  Marion on a $20 check last July.  House Passes Medical Bonuses to $15,000  WASHINGTON (AP) - Bonuses up to $15,000 a year if needed to attract doctors, dentists, veterinarians and optometrists  fined $20 and cost  Iowa Deaths  Mr. and  Mrs. Dennis L. Steinmetz. a son  April I. Mrs. Steinmetz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thomas C. Ross II, Coralville.  Steinmetz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Steinmetz, Fairfax.  Fires  5:43 pan Tuesday. Possibly due to child playing with matches at Crandall and Brentwood drives NE    I John Lutheran church  7:34 pan Tuesday. I’n- tion after noon known cause to grass on Six- I F'ellmet s. teenth avenue SE near river Postville — bank.    (Fioltmeyer,  8:15 p.m. Tuesday. Child Calif Services: playing with matches at C ave- a.m., Schutte’s. nue and Twentieth street NFL Tama — Richard Drahos, 48  Driver s license violation -juntil prospective buyers can bt  Oliva Vega, HHS Fourth avenue,j oca f ed   Patty along with it. because I Neither is a there a time limit believe the SLA certainly has, ,    .    .    .    .    ...  on when    the    gran, mas,    be    lived up ,o every, bing they    said P lac L! P „ C ! d “ ,0nS  °"  repaid.    so far and I have reason to  Salyer    said    no invitation    of    believe they'll continue to    live  bids will    be    scheduled again    up to their word.”  The message was signed “I I.  United 4. Gen Field Marshall  Wants To Slow Down  Trains in Clayton  CLAYTON - A Clayton man,(into the all-volunteer military Robert Dohse. says he will urge has been voted by the house, the Clayton town council to The measure was sent to a  a  Waukee Road trains.    senate bill authorizing bonuses  The fifth derailment in a little up to $12,000 for doctors only, over two years occurred in the    Luana Councilman  town this week. The tracks have LUANA — William Bugenha-  Dayan Says Egypt To Remove Illegal Guns  Iowa City — F’red Klein, 65.  Services Thursday at IO, St.  Wenccslaus church. Rosary  Wednesday at 7 and 8, George,,    ...    ,,    ,  L. Gay, where friends may call promised to remove all the Wednesday.    illegal    artillery    placed in its  Keystone Lucy Bcrnstorf,, zone east of the Suez Canal. De-  72. Services I hursriay at I, St. f ense  Minister Moshe  Visita-,  been cleared, although debris gen has been named to the Cm.. 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