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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obituaries Mas: of the nation will be fair Monday night; however, rain will spread across "the Pacific Northwest, and from -the easfern Ohio valley and Appalachians to the Atlantic coast. Snow is possible near the lower Grear Lakes. The Weather Hiqh temperatures Sunday, low tern eratures overnight and inches pre- npilaiion: Anchoraae 4333 L. Anqelcs 80 40 Atlanta ...6754 Miami ....7550 Bismarck 32 34 Min'apolis 40 23 Chicago N, Orleans 7767.40 Denver 54 26 New York 6046 DUluth ....29 5 Phoenix ...5070 Honolulu 84 74 Seattle 57 43 Houston 76 59 Washington 66 51 C. R. Weather High Sunday .................56 Low overnight Noon Monday ................40 41 ........None 2 p.m. Precipitation Total for April..............1.63 Normal for April ...........2.79 Normal through April ......7.81 Total for 1974...............7.08 Barometer, rising .........30.23 Humidity at noon..........30% Wind direction and velocity al Gazelle weather station at p.m., N at 15 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun Rapids, and William Jones, jr., Kirksville, Mo. Fires p.m. Saturday. Children with matches (o grass at end of Dunham drive SW. p.m. Saturday. Sparks from train to grass 700 block Oakland road NE. 1 p.m. Saturday. Alert at air- port. a.m. Sunday. Food on Year Ago Today High, 38; low, 29; rainfall, 1.20. Degree Days Saturday 21 Sunday 24 Total to dale fi.: Through April 7, 1973 Percent of normal year .94.85 Total normal year Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck Clrng 32-24 Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DesMoines Indianapolis Dclroit Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha .Cloudy 51-31 ....Rain 58-46 ...Snow 56-33 ..Cloudy 59-29 ..Rain 63-35 .Cloudy 45-29 ..Cloudy .Cloudy 48-27 .Cloudy 42-23 .Clearing 78-43 ..Cloudy 55-26 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in bnvkets) LaCrosse (12) 8.1, fall .1 Lansing (18) 0.4, rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 18.6, rise .2 McGregor 11.0, rise .2 Guttenberg (15) 9.9, rise .2 Pubuque (17) 12.1, rise .5 Davenport (15) 9.8, rise .5 Keokuk (16) 9.6, rise 1.1 Cedar at C.R. (13) 7.20 rise, 2.25 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday .......671.54 Bankruptcy Terry Lee Shurtz, route 1, T o d d'v i 11 e Debts: Assets: S313, with none claimed and Marilyn as exempt. Darrell Dean Jean Yirkovsky, 421 Ninth ave- nue, Marion. Debts: Assets: with claimed as exempt. Births Mercy April G Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williams, Fairfax, daughter. April 8 Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Nelson, 1425 N avenue NW, a son. Births St. Luke's April G To the families of Robert T. Barflslcy, 1046 Mt. Vernon road SE, a son; Jerry Mocn, 1818 Eastern drive SW, a daughter; Thomas L. Larson, 407 C avenue NW, twin sons. April 7 To the families of John W. Austermillcr, 3151 Sixth street SW, a daughter; Frank King, 2529 M avenue NW, a daughter; Robert J. Divis, 4033 Richmond road NE, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Christine Hucy and William Sackett, both of Cedar Rapids. Laurie Spaighl, Cedar Rapids, and John Hughes, Mt. Pleasent. Rebecca Vasqucn, Cedar Rapids, and Douglas Curtis, Fort Campbell, Ky. Sue Owens, Shellshurg. and Terry Dennis, Palo. Christina Messcrli, Ana- mosa, and Michael Pctrick, Mt. Vernon. Karen Bard, Cedar stove at 2060 Glass road NE. a.m. Short in oven at 1923 First avenue SW. a.m. Rcsuscitator call at 200 First avenue NE, room 411. p.m. Sunday. Child with matches to porch at 118 Second sirect SW. p.m. Sunday. CIgarct to davenport at 3812 Pine Tree drive NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Frank Dailj Anamosa; Dennis Deklotz Shellsburg; each fined an costs. Donovan Price, 110 Eighteenth street, Marion Kenneth LeClere, 2635 Twenty third avenue SE; Barry Hyduk 213 Sixteenth street SE; eac fined S35 and costs. James Za char, 3740 Cottage Grove ave nue SE. Cletus Reinhardt, 54 Thirty-first street SE; Ronal Pippert, Vinton; Gerald Kula Central City; Walter Burko Manchester; Rickey Cann 3319 O avenue NW; Pete Hansen, 77 Seventh avenu SW; Patrick O'Mallcy, 62 Twenly-eighlh street court SE David Eichhorst, 2532 Firs avenue NE; Leroy Colbert, 152 Sixth street NW; William Col lins, 1410 Thirty-second stree NE; Ronald McVay, Centra City; Richard Cram, 1640 Par: T o w n e place NE; Franci Evans, 1328 First street SW Glenn Kcrres, route three Cedar Rapids; Lloyd Frederick 818 Wellington street SE; eac: fined S30 and costs. Hicharc Powers, Central City; Rose mary Wiese, West Des Moines Richard Heed, Iowa City Karen Reid, 2030 Glass roai NE; Ronald Williams, 1122 Ma plewood drive NE; Jean Hea verlo, 1212 Twentieth stree SW; Deborah Carpenter, Center Point; Edward Pietz, 249C Fruitland boulevard SW; Rob- ert Kerch, 3639 Twelfth ave nue SW; Elna Howe, 212f Northwood lane NE; each finet and costs. Improper Passing Mabe Arccneaux, 4 1 Twenty-f ourtl avenue SW; Glenn Ashbacher Toddville; each fined 515 anc costs. Carl Cortez, 2267 C stree SW; fined and costs. Driving left of center line teven Betzer, Grundy Center fined 515 and costs. Traffic signal violation Steven Kocppen. 3647 Mt Vernon road SE; Eugene Lein 3857 Falbrook drive NE; Mi- chael Tschiggfrie, 3607 Yellow Pine drive NE; Dennis Danford 3076 Circle drive NE; Dannj Koppenhauer, Anamosa; David Pitcher, 2047 Blairs Ferry road NE; each fined 515 and costs. Donald Holub, Anamosa; Dennis McVay, 1806 M strcel SW; each fined Slfl and costs. Driver's license violation Steven Betzer, Grundy Center; Peter Hansen, 77 Seventh ave- nue SW; Lanny Perdue, 614 Fourth avenue SW; each fined 520 and costs. Grant Lacher, 704 Second street SW; Patrick Kaplan, 1209 Rose street SE; Dennis McVay, 1806 M street SW; Thomas Mt. Ver- non; Ed Cinkan, 181 Fifteenth avenue SW; Gene Vander Lin- den, Hiawatha; each fined and costs. Improper lurn Andrew Sorenson, 1260 Twenty-first avenue SW; fined 515 and costs. Faulty equipment John Vaughn, 200 Third avenue, Marion; Ronald Brunei', 1716 O avenue NW; David Blackwell, 626 Second street SW; each fined and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle William Wanatce, 1027 Ninth street SW; fined and costs. Improper registration Reg- inald Crums, 123 First ave- nue SW; fined and costs. [St JOHN E. Convenient Downtown Locolion 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Iowa Deaths Monticcllo _ Fred J. Stut 67. Services Wednesday a at Wayne Zion Luthc-ra church. Friends may call a Gocttsch's after 7 Monday. Newhall Clara Paulsen, 7 Services Wednesday at 2 St. John's Lutheran church Friends may call at Fellmet Keystone, after noon Tuesda and at the church after 1 Wednesday. Independence Edmun Y a r r i n g t o n 33. Service Wednesday at al Firs Wesleyan church, White's, Independence. Alburnett Bobb E. McKib hen, 47. Services Wednesday a 2 at Murdoch's, Marion. Fort Atkinson James _ Pa v 1 o v e c 73. Service Wednesday at 10 at St. John church. Rosaries Monday an Tuesday at 8 at Chekal's. Iowa City Marie Yanskj 77. Services Tuesday at a George L. Gay's. A memoria has been established. WinOirop Ida Dunlap, 96 Services Wednesday at a Fawcett's where friends ma call after 1 Tuesday. North English Dow Mason 83. Services Wednesday at North English Chris tian church. Best's. Earlville Mrs. Raymon Schwandt, 70. Services Tuesda at 2 at Immanuel Luthera church. Clifton's. Strawberry roint Len Sommer, 79, Marshall, Mich Services Tuesday at a E m a n u e 1 Lutheran church Feeney's. Victor Cloyd Lyman, 71 Services Tuesday at 2 at SI James Lutheran church, McAn inch's. West Liberty Helen Smith 82. Services Tuesday at 1 a United Methodist church Snider's. Oehvein _ Mrs. Art Meyer Dubuque. Services Tuesday a 10 at Holy Ghost church, Du buque. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery, Dubuque. Solon Hose E. Holland 73. Services a at Brash funeral home Solon, and at 10 at St. Mary' church. Rosary at 8 Tuesday a Brosh's. Burial: Cedar Memori at cemetery, Cedar Rapids. Newhall Woman Dies In C.R. Hospifa Paulsen 78, wife of John L. Paulsen Newhall, died in a Cedar Rapid: mspital Sunday following a long 'llness. Born March near Van forne, she had lived in the Newhall area 57 years. She was married Jan. 21, 1917. Surviving in addition to her lusband are three sons, Lloyd Bainbridge Island, Wash.; Rob ert, Newhall, and Arlo, Cedar lapids; three daughters, Mrs Charles McSweeney, Mrs. Don- Id Davison and Mrs. Earl Tay- or, all of Cedar Rapids; 15 grandchildren, 'randchildren, t wo and a great- sister, Irs. Frank Gintert, Shellsburg. Services will be Wednesday at :30 at St. John Lutheran hurch. Burial in the church emetery. Friends may call at funeral home, Key- tone, after noon Tuesday, and t the church after 11 a.m. Vcdnesday. Bill Lets Handicapped Use Signature Stamp DES MOINES ally disabled persons could ave another person affix their ignatures to legal documents fith a rubber stamp under a ill passed 50-0 Monday by the owa senate and sent to the ouse. The rubber stamp signature 'ould require a printed nota- on that the person was dis- bled and would require the gnature of the person using he rubber stamp as a witness. Hugh Daggett Is Dead at 5 Hugh Junior Daggett, 55, 3002 Westwood drive NW, a li: long resident of Cedar Rapi and manager of Dysart's can and ice cream store, died une pectedly Monday. Born Feb. 17, 1919, in Ced Rapids, he was married in S Patrick's church Nov. 17, 193 Hugh Daggett to Helen Bizulis. He was a ve eran of World war II and member of St. Jude Cathol church. In addition to his wife-he survived by five daughter Vlrs. Jack Feild, Mrs. Fran Cramer, Mrs. Steven David an Tina Louise, all of Ced: Rapids, and Mrs. A. B. Bracj Springville; eight gran children; his mother, Ida D; sart; a sister, Mrs. Herbert i Hunt, and a brother, Robert, a of Cedar Rapids. Services: St. Jude Cathol: church, Wednesday at 11 a.ir >y the Rev. John Gregory Burial: St. John's, with militar services at the grave by Ha 'ord American Legion pos There will be a wake prayer service Tuesday at p.m. b Father Gregory at Teahen el, where friends may call afte p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Willis Daugherty Servey Murder Evidence Goes Chad Michael Larson Chad Michael Larson, infan son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .arson, 407 C avenue NW, die Monday morning at an low :ity hospital. He was born Apr in Cedar Rapids. Surviving in addition to hi larents are a twin brothers layan Thomas, and grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard R .arson and Mr. and Mrs. Chesl er Roloff, all of Cedar Rapids. Private services were held a It. Luke's hospial. There was remation committal. Turne :hapel east was in charge of ar angements. (Continued from Page 1.) "The 1973 return just can't bi lone in Blech said, ac ling that "I still haven't re eived a copy of the IRS re ort." In other developments: The White House has promisci .n answer to the house judiciarj ommittee's request for presi Icntial tapes by the Tuesdaj leadline set by the committee not the tapes themselves White House lawyer James It. Clair, in a preliminary let er made public by the commit ee Monday, said he though ontinued negotiations were nee ssary to settle the issues aised by the committee's re uest. Rep. Wilbur Mills ice-chairman of the congreft ional panel which probed Nix n's taxes, said the inquiry had eveloped information which ould justify a further inves- gation through the courts on hether persons other than ixon had violated the law. Mills, head of the house ways nd means committee, repeated is earlier prediction thai there definitely are the votes" the house to impeach the resident. But he said he doubt- 1 the tax issue would be in- uded among the formal arti- es of impeachment. House Minority Leader John wdes (R-Ariz.) said he be- eves Nixon was not treated vith even-handed justice" on e tax issue before the eongres- onal panel issued a staff re- ort last week. He said the Pres- ent's attorneys should have en allowed a chance to argue 'ainst the findings. Newsweek magazine disclosed onday that the panel of ex- rts chosen to examine White ouse tapes has reaffirmed its iginal conclusion.that a tape ilh a controversial 18'A-minute ip had been erased deliber- ely. The magazine said the anel's decision followed "new nd exhaustive" tests on the pe. when words aren't chough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED 24 HOURS EVERY RAY. Evelyn Daugherty, 46, of 1547 I 0 111 3110 Fifth avenue SE, wife of B. Daugherty, died Sunday The Linn county grand lowing a long illness. Born Sept. [Monday received evidence 20, 1927, in Omaha, she was j the case of the (women married to Mr. Daushertv Oct 30 iQ'vl si Offft p rf robbing and She had been a resident Servey. Cedar Rapids the last 19 jury was expected to moving here from Belle on disposition of the e She had been health and Monday afternoon. eal education instructor Junior Nowlin, Franklin junior high school Keystone, and Atwell last 10 years, and had been Conner, 29, of near Bertr Monroe school in 1963 and been bound over to lon schools from 1949 to 1953 Mrs. Daugherty was graduated Tom the University of jury after a prelimin hearing last week. The assault on Servey, Iowa in 1949 and was a member of St. Paul's United Methodist church, the Cedar Rapids Rapids, allegedly curred March 10 southeast Cedar Rapids. Thev also cation Assn., the Iowa State Ed ucation Assn. and the Nations Education Assn. Surviving in addition to her nisband are five sons, in Jones county raping and murdering Maur Connolly, 17, Cedar Rapids same day, near Anamosa. 3atriek, Timothy, Matthew and Tom, all of' Cedar Rapids, Tuitions ler mother, Ruth Behmer from Page 1. Services: St. Paul's at the University Methodist church at Iowa for resident Wednesday by the Rev. i e r b s t Graveside hikes in 1 p.m. in Evergreen from a year tery in Vinton. Friends may at the U. of I., from at Turner's east until 9 at Iowa State and fi Tuesday. The casket will not to at Northern open at the church. The 1973 the regents upped r suggests that friends may, tuition again by hey wish, make at each institution, th to the Evelyn Daugherty no legislative or scholarship fund at increasing non-resic ligh Mrs. J. Frank Ray said the 1969 ition increase was a whoppc Jeanette I. Heffron, 63, of he thought future Center Point road NE, a if necessary, shoi time resident of Marion and smaller each year on dar Rapids, died gradual basis. Born June 16, 1910, at and students hav or Springs, Mo., she was married to J. Frank Heffron Aug. to know well ahead of school year how much tuitioi 1949, at Mason City. Mrs. Hef-ron retired in 1967 from Collins ladio Co., where she had been employed 21 years. She was a member of IBEW local 1362. Surviving are her husband; hree brothers, Melvin Corum, Marion, Walter Corum, to be, Ray continued. Moreover, he said, it is un to raise tuition after set catalogs for the next y have been printed 'and dist uted with current rates in ihe From another quarter M Rapids, and Ollie Corum, Palo, and a sister, Mrs. Roland Anderson, Cedar came the view that legislature has no business 1 ing the regents where to set ition rates. Services: p.m. think we should trust n Murdoch chapel in Marion by be Rev. Jay A. Miller of on Senate Rep ican Leader Clifton Lamb 3resbyterian church in Marion. Burial: Oak Shade. told The zette. may call at Murdoch Mrs. Andrew another subject, Ray s those in the house who think Marguerite C. Brown, 82, bluffing in threatening to v 208 Twenty-fourth street bill creating a department SE, widow of Andrew W. (DOT) if it c led Sunday following a brief Iness. She was a Cedar a long truck sccti "could find out the hard way' resident most of her life and like. retired clerk for Rock made it fairly clear railroad. Born March 15, 1892, would sacrifice D Peoria; Mrs. Brown was than accept it with a se member of the Royal Neighbors and the Brotherhood of legalizing 65-foot tw railer trucks, which are limit 60 feet now. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Prastka, house resumes deb Tuesday on DOT and long tru Calif.; a sister, Mrs. J. W. say they have fin, Cedar Rapids; two grand-children and four to affix their amendnw to the measure. But Ray said long trucks c Services: At the graveside in ak Hill at 3 p.m. Tuesday by he Rev. Alvon Nelson of Firs jiitheran church. Friends may call at Turner east until 2 p.m. separate subject from D and that should be kept in p spective. The DOT is the b approach to solving our tra portation problems, he cc tinued, and some long truck are coming around Patricia R. view. isn't a cure-all or a Patricia Rae Scholl, to all our transporlatio daughter of Mr. and Mrs. he said, "but I hop Bradley Scholl, Cedar don't foul it up with th route 1, died suddenly truck amendment." 3orn Aug. 18, 1965, in Cedar apids, Patricia was in the third grade at Prairie school. Also surviving are two >rolhers, Don Bradley, jr., and Michael William, at home; two grandmothers; Elva Seeman, Cedar Rapids, and Hazel Ross, California; a grandfather, William 0. Ross, Belle Plaine. Services: Wednesday at a.m. in St. Michael's Episcopal church by the Rev. Thomas Ay-cock. Friends may call at Brady-Kuba funeral home Tuesday from 1 to 9 p.m. and at St. Jehad's church after 11 a.m. Wednesday. The casket will Democratic Lead 3ale Cochran (D-Eagle Grov 'old the Iowa house before recessed for lunch Monday th 3ov. Ray "is trying to blac nail some members of th 3ody" into passing the DOT b vithout the long truck amen nent "and these tactics a ikely lo backfire." Cochran said that these ta ics are "dirty, rotte ackroom politics" worse the ny that have ever been pra iced in the legislature. K harged State Rep. David Sta ey (R-Muscatine) with being a ccessory. main closed at all said the DOT bi Memorial be lost completely becaus f the governor's interference. Kiblcr, George Lewis this year the governo Turner chapel east at a separate long truck hi] p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Neville Clayton and house advocates say Ihc odgc, A.F. and A.M. answered his complain Cedar Memorial. Friends that bill in their amenc call at Turner to DOT. Only one service.. our best to The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., April 8, 1974 Winners Named in 15th East Iowa Science Fair Students from Iowa City, Mus-j the senior biological sciences ,catine, Marion and Cedar with her study of "Splenic In- were named champions'jections and Their Effects On in the 15th annual Transplantation of Skin on Iowa Science fair, which'Mice." Second went to Tim j included a tie in one division. j Martin of Cedar Rapids Regis Selected to represent Eastern! and tnird to Mike Yoder of Well- Iowa in next month's Compares Electronics ilson edged out fellow stu- dent William Van Orden to win JV1TU WHY 411KU- sciences. His winning project Tie for Honors Was "Comparison of Early Elec- The tie came in junior 'he Electronics of school physical sciences, with Third place in that di- Davc Comvay, 13, of Cedar j vision went to Barry Luebbert Rapids Wilson, and Kris Gre- of Muscatine. gersen. 14, of Muscatine West, Miss Yohn, Nelson and their sharing the top honor. Elverna teachers will receive expense- tion at the International Science: and Engineering fair were Susan at 't'the first place winner in theiternational fair May 5-11 I junior high biological sciences. Noire Dame university. Collycr Marden of Iowa City at high won first place in the sci- entific papers section, with sec- ond place going to Danielle Ca- vanagh of Maquoketa. Miss Yohn won first place in 19 th Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John B. Turner Son Turner's East, 800 Second Ave. SE Turner's West, 1221 First Ave. West R. D. Raymon To Seek County Attorney Post Richard D. Raymon, 28, of 2159 Blake boulevard SE, Mon- day announced he will be a Republican candidate for Linn county attorney. Raymon said he will cam- paign on a platform that there has been too much plea-bargain- Richard D. Rayrnon ing by the county attorney's of- fice, and that more hard-line prosecution is in order. Raymon, a life-long Cedar Rapids resident, was associated with the law firm of Wadsworth, Elderkin, Pirnie and Von Lac- kum from 1970 to 1972. He then opened his own law firm. He was graduated from Wash- ington high school in 1963; re- ceived a BA degree at the Uni- versity of Iowa; attended Willa- mette university law school in Oregon, completing his law edu- cation at Drake university in 1970. Raymon said he believes he is qualified for the position, having oeen a trial attorney and, for the last 18 months serving as a prosecutor for the city. Raymon is a member of American Bar Assn., the Iowa State Bar Assn., Linn County Bar Assn., and National Assn. of Accountants. He is a member of First Lu- heran church. He is married to In the awards ceremony be- fore a capacity crowd in the Washington Little theater, fair officials called particular atten- tion to a new award this year. It was a plaque presented by the Iowa City Dental Assistants for an outstanding project in the area of dental health. First win- ner of the prize was Laurie Williams of Muscatine with her study of "The Effects of Pro- cessed Fruit Juice on the Decal- cification of An attache case presented by the U.S. navy for research in an area of interest to the navy went to Russell Gillenwater of Muscatine West. Army medal- lions for outstanding achieve- ment were presented to Ronald Meyer of Cedar Rapids Jeffer- son and to Nelson. The Pickett slide rule award went to Luebbert and the East- man Kodak certificate to Van Orden. Other citations and certifi- cates of merit awarded for out- standing work in various fields: Naval Institute and Marine Technological Society: Phil Shive, Solon, and Therese Thome, Gilbertville Immaculate Conception. American Speech and Hearing Assn.: Gary Campbell, Marion B. Vernon; Diane Sino, Ma- q u o k e t a Paul Schafbuch, Marengo Iowa Valley. U.S. army: Loren Morse and Vince Munyon, both of Musca- :ine West; Comvay, Gillenwater, Van Orden, Schafbuch and Lueb- bert. National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Evelyn Elkins, Maquoketa; Kevin Keller, Cedar Rapids St. Jude; John Garbutt, Muscatine West; Nelson and Van Orden. he former Sandra Bramel of Cedar Rapids. (Continued from Page 1.) aimed at discrimination against elderly persons. Wage Schedule For 36 million workers cover- ed under the 1966 minimum Vandal Spree Follows Theft Of Car, Keys A car stolen from Ted and jn nn Tan i IQTK- on Glen's Aulo Mart was recov- 1976' and ?2'30 wage law, the schedule calls for an increase to 52 by May 1, by Jan. 1, 1975, and ?2.30 by Jan. 1, 1976. For some 19 million workers, mostly retail and service em- ployes covered under the new bill the schedule calls for on May 1; on Jan. 1, 1975; ered by police Sunday morn- ing after it had been involved in a hit-and-run accident and set on fire. The 1973 model car, valued at was stolen Saturday night or Sunday from the used car lot at 1200 Sixth street SW. Thieves pried open a side garage door and stole 43 sets of car keys, using the keys to 'ake the 1973 car. The joy-riders struck a a r k e d car belonging lo Theoria Coffee. 1513 Seven- eenth avenue SE, which was larked in front of her resi- lence, and then plowed over 5 mail boxes on Otis road .SE. The car was abandoned in ront of a vacant house in the 900 block of Memorial drive E and set on fire. The keys vere not recovered. by Jan. For farm workers, who now have a wage floor of ?1.30 an hour, the minimum wage would go to on May 1; on Jan. 1, 1975; on Jan. 1. 1976; on Jan. 1, 1977 and on Jan. The new bill extends coverage under the minimum wage law to five million federal, state and local employes; one million do- mestics; additional retail store employes; addi- tional service industry workers; and additional farm workers. feral rantastes from our skilled PIERSON'S FLsSr 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW FLOWEHPHONE BEDROOM SUITE SOLD BY 6 PM THE FIRST EVENING! 4PIECE BEDROOM SUITE BLONDE. 362-05! 8. Ad Brought 6 Calls. Don't- put off selling that very useful unused furniture. Order an action-ad. Dial 398-8234. but   

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