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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NATOMA! WtAtHtt SltVICi f0*ICAM to TAM lit 4 - Ii - 74  \ 30.24  More C. R.  Employes Ask Ra ises  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., April ll. 1974  After SII Taxi  Wayland W. Wall  Wayland W. Wall, 77, of 1121 drive NE. died  Impeachment-  (Continued from Page I.)  Tab, He Leaves .defiance of the subpoena to be  an impeachable offense.  A man who ran up an $11 cab    Ziegler    Promise  bill Wednesday riding from  whj(e Hous( ,  pfess Secrc , ary  Marion to the southwest side of  RonaJd zieg j er  Thursday pro-  Thomas J. McDonnell  Thomas J. McDonnell, 57. of 11117 Crestview drive SE, a life- M aD lewond Representatives of employes,long resident of the Cedar Ra-j  f  in eight more city departments pids-Marion area, died Thurs-  u r s a  ' f°ll° w i n g  a  long have asked the city council for, day. Born May 26. 1916, at illness. Born April 17, 1896. at  in .salaries and    ^ ar ' on  he was married to Duel-    Nevada.    Iowa, he was married    Cedar Rapids    told the driver to    mised    the judiciary committee  la Rogers Eckhart Sept. 6, 1947.     t0 the    former Ruth  Lansing    wait for him,    then disappeared    would    be furnished after the   0 °"^"    Aug. 25.    1926. al Bettendorf.    into a house.    Easter    recess with "a full and  ,,    ,    , ,    .,    nm    a ■ c v„t complete statement and materi-  He had been a resident of Don Olveo. a driver for Yet-    ,    .    .,  don( . s   Cedar Rapids since 1922. Mr. low Cab Co., reported to  p0 ] ice  jals^relate to the President s  u. *    ,    ,    .    ,     r iiiH,v  mrHI Hnn rt |, Wall had been a letter carrier he picked up the man at 4:20  pubic works department and J    ^|    ™- -  r |he  ^  office    for 40  , ears  pm. a. Tenth street and Sew    Astred if ^  filed in the city clerk s office  served m fhe a jn World  before retiring in 1961 He was a enth avenue in Marion and mg a new account of his role, earlier this week.      *    mA%v,kA»» ^f tun mnGAnni a^  an increase  fringe benefits.    '    at    Cedar    Rapids.  The letter from Hie eight de- Mr. McDonnell had been a partments was similar to one steamfitter for 27 years, and signed bv employes in the city's = was a member of Plumbers and  Fitters local 125 and of All  war ll.  member of the National Assn. of drove to    a house in the 3200    Ziegler    left open that possibili-  The departments involved in I ”. ne    hi ife .     a st p D .j Letter Carriers, branch 373, and! block of    Twenty-ninth avenue    ty.  ip lafpst lottor are onpinoprinp *    "    ’    *    au.,«, qw u.-hnrp tho man fnlH Olvnn to Asked why the President did  son, Wayne Eckhart, New York National Assn. of Boo Hum. City; three sisters, Mrs. Charles He had been one of the or-Burkart, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. ganizers of the Cedar Rapids Marvin Hart. Cedar Rapids, and Postal Employes Credit Union Mrs. Lowell Randall, Kerkho- and served as secretary and  SW where the man told Olveo to wait    not immediately provide the  After a half hour. Olveo re- materials sought for the imported the incident to police. peachment inquiry, Ziegler said The man was described as six the White House felt, it had to go feet tall, long black hair, and forward in a responsible fashion  Utt WI ATM!It #070CAM €>  Thursday night, rain will fall from the mid-Sulf coast, northward through fhe Mississippi valley and into the Lakes area as well as in portions of the northern plains and New York.  —Daily Record—  The Weather     High temperature    s Wednesday, lov      temperatures overnight and inches of      precipitation                  Anchorage    <3 34 .OS    L Angeles    70 53      Atlanta    All 44    Miami    82 73      nismarck    S4 34 OS    Minneapolis    59 49      Chicago    59 44    N. Orleans    75 44      Denver    40 34    New York    48 38      Duluth    St 3)    Phoenix    74 18      Honolulu    ss n    Seattle    51 42      Houaton    TI 4?    Washington    57 34      Extended Forecast ( hance     Petition for Bankruptcy  the latest letter are engineering, sewer,    traffic    engineering,  water, forestry, parks, recreation and sanitation.  The letter asking for the raises was accompanied by peti-1    ...    ,    ,    ,     u     ,    .  lions asking that the department’ Minn., and a brother, treasurer for 20 years.  tai grievance committees    be    au-     (,cor R e '    Marion. Services: Mon- He was    a veteran of World  thorned to discuss    the    raises     day at    11 a m -  in  Saints    war I. Mr.    Wall was a graduate  with the city council    church by the Rev. Edmund J.    of Nevada    high school and at-  Becker.    Burial: Cedar Memori-    tended Cedar Rapids Business  224 Signers     a | Friends may call at Beatty- college.     1     -     —    ...  th0 „„ h | st Clair exDressed  Those    petitions    were    signed Beurle chapel after noon Satur-j Surviving is his wife.     bf    serv '' d    b - v    fur,h( ’ r     P roc(>t ' d -     ln hls  ] etter t0  , he panel on   by about 224lot the 300 workers day. The Rosary will be recited  Sprvices ,  Turncr  chapel oast! 1 "?. 8 In tho rasc     Tuesday    -that    materials  in the eight departments.    at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.     >(     .,     Saturday    bv    the Rev . Reasons for the slated mien-  s h ,  are boing revjewed .  The deparlmental represent-       Francis    King    of    Olivet    Prcsby-     lion    of dlsm '^,'"8 the applica-  Anotber lop  white House of-  °    \    I    finn    tutAfnM    c-oi/T    ....  terian church.    Burial:    Oak    Hill.  Friends may    call at    Turner’s  east until 2:30 p.m. Saturday.  The casket will not be open after the service.  thinly built.  —Zacek—  (Continued from Page I.  and restated the President’s often expressed concern about doing nothing that would weaken the office he holds.  However, he kept repeating  Mrs. Albert Hubner  of rain ending Saturday. Mostly fair Sunday and Monday. Highs 50s to low 60s. Lows 30s to low 40s  C h a r I e s Arthur Conner, Fayette. Debts: $5.115.61). Assets: $291.50, with SRO claimed exempt.  Cecilia Louise Dement, also known as Susan Dement and as Chance I Mrs. Wayne McDonald, formerly doing business as Dement’s Greenhouse. Bellevue. Debts: SI 1.943.51. Assets: $3,885. with S 1.970 claimed exempt.  Schools, City,  County Offices Closed Friday  It will be business as usual Friday for most offices in Cedjjir Rapids except city and grades “was  county offices and schools, quate but unfair.     r j ed     to    Albert    C.    Hubner    Nov.  which will be closed for Good Friday.  Federal offices, inc the post office, will be opera ting in a regular .schedule  alives said in the letter that the 6.5 percent increase granted    Gladys V. Hubner, 79. of 404  employes in civil service labor E i g h t ee n t h street NE. died grade 19 or lower was “inade- Thursday following a sudden quate.”    illness. Formerly of Stratford,  In addition, they said the four che had been a Cedar Rapids percent raise for the higher resident 30 years. Born Nov. 28.  tion are two-fold, he said.    ficial, Alexander Haig, assert-  First, the only ground in the  ed:  "We’re going to turn over to application that has factual sub- the judiciary committee, on stance is that Zacek did not their return from Easter recess . knowingly and intelligently . .  a  full picture of President's  not only inade-  rn Am.Tr'    Z''"bute    to‘the charity of'.heir the police department  a 12 percent; 23. 1926 at Bethany. Mo j choice or to the St. Labre Indian i Already Determined  The family suggests that  p,ead Ruilty  because  of ille 8 al  actions in the Watergate situa-  friends may. if they wish, con .evidence-gathering activities of,ion. and I for one am convinced  ‘    that    that    will    be    more    than  enough to bring tho timpeach-  . ment) hearing to a rapid con-The question of a knowing and  c j us j on  ”  voluntary guilty plea has al- Haig’spoke before the Repub-ready been determined by ihe , jcan women - s forum on  Capilol Iowa supreme court, the judge said, and a post-conviction pro-    _  school. Ashland. Mont.. 59003.  C. R. Weather  Magistrate s ^curt  Speeding Michael Hoffa, fig route one, Marion; fined $100 and costs. Leonard Emerson,! Mt. Vernon: James Sonka. I 3321 H avenue NW; Michael' 52 G o r rn a n , 119 Twenty-sixth) street drive SE; David Achenia bach, 2125 Rockford road SW;| Arvid Silvers, Forty-first and 2 79 Bowling street SW; Reid Davis, 3711 E avenue NW; each fined $30 and costs. Russell Rohn.i route two, Marion; Thomas) Wehmeyer, 196 Indiandale road SE; Ronald Bruner, 1716 O av-Wind direction and velocity at enue NW; Sherlyn Silvers. Hia-     High Wednesday    68      I/>w overnight    .. .50      Noon Thursday    52      ’ p.m. Thursday    52      Precipitation    0.14      Total for April    I 77      Normal for April    2 79      Normal through April    7 81      Total for 1974    7 22      Barometer, falling    29.78      Humidity at noon    90%     Thev claimed  pay raise is needed for em-    Mrs. Hubner was a member  ploves because of an 8.8 percent     of First  Baptist, church; Cedar    ^   ,n 8    cost of living increase and a    chapter. OES; Daughters of the    -COMITY MOITie-   opcra ‘    three percent devaluation of the     Ni i ei an d the Social Order of    (Continued from Page I.)  dollar.    Beauceant    ~~~  ***■"     M    ____ _________  I ___  Ranks and .savings and loan Many employes have been Surviving are her husband; a  sfrU(,( ' d • ^ unbs are  expected to  C eeding is not available to reli-companies will    be open    forced to take second jobs or    daughter Mrs Edwin J Timm,' tome from revenue sharin 8    tigate    issues previously ad-  Garbage    collection will    be    are seeking new employment.     R 0 c k  island a son I co     That source  also is expected to    j u dj ca ted.  Hubner. Davenport, and seven  tu ™ ish  ', h * ™L h0me '  cs,ima '- Secondly, the judge said. /.a-  grandchildren    JMi-.uuu.     ce j< s  grounds for relief appear  Services- Chanel of Memories  Pe ‘^ er sa ‘d the bids were    insufficient even assuming there  Tile departmental represent-    semens. Chapel or Memories^ c , osc t# the  estimates made in  on the regular schedule Reservation service for SEATS bus .service will he closed.  Public schools will be closed Friday and Monday.  * * *  Kirkwood Community rol-  the letter said  Holiday  was no prior adjudication.  alives also asked that Ihe day  1  P™ •’ a,ur(ia y Dr 1972 even though the project now  after Thanksgiving be made an  a >™ ^rTtombrnem'  inc,udes aboul  »- M# s( > uare feet lof gJiiiy knowingly 'and velum  officio hnliriav In recent venrs    cumuli.    ejiiiuuiuuicui.    .r     nrA : fl -* 0) i    un    finn    .    ..    ....  Times Says Jury Probe of Nixon Taxes Requested  WASHINGTON (AP) - A  Wayne    A. Shireman of First jnon*1™^ 'Z' e{ of     J*}*™    spokesman    for    the    Internal    Rev-  ChaDel    of**^Memorle^ V  mausoIe-  ,nstcad of the  P r °j ected  S 0 - 000 - tarily    waive the right to    assert  the council has granted em-     uld F-'     01     nwuMiie  coia  „ riooc rorri?1 i r  ■ 1   enue Service has declined to  moves mat holiday but the em urn. Friends may call at Cedar , H *  said  P™ es hav «  remained . that pre-trial activities of inves- comment on a report that the lege spring vacation for stu- J^ ,' nu | ri ” ,k, it made an oR Memorial funeral home after J    “ “Ll,     ,h g r ,RS had reqU0Sled a grand )Ury   Gazette weather .station pm, SP] at 22 mph Sun rises Friday sets. 7:44 ^ ear Ago Today low. 23; rainfall, none.  Degree Days  Wednesday Total to date Through April IO, 1973 Percent of normal year  Total normal year  Traveler's Forecast  at 2  6:32.  High. 14.  15 6,358 6.401 95 77  6 631  I rota>  W  Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moi ne Detroit indianapol Kansas Cit Milwaukee M pis.-St Okla. City Omaha Sioux Fall  Paul  Watha; Rich Tebbe. 1630 Hillside drive NW; Regina McCormick. Hiawatha ; Harold un I,orech, 128 Jacolyn drive NW; David Hayes. 3100 Woodland drive SW; James Utter, 3620 Twelfth avenue SW; each fined $20 and costs.  IMate violation    Richard  Stinson. Mt. Vernon; fined SIO and costs.  Faulty equipment — Richard Stinson. Mt. Vernon; fined SIO and costs  Driver's license violation Giles Wright, Mt Vernon; fined $15 and costs Larry Hinle, 1400 Hollywood boulevard NE; fined $10 and costs.  Reckless driving Carroll Anderson, Charles City; fined $50 and costs.  Traffic signal violation 64-42 J Donald Burke, 105 Sixth ave-74-44 nue SW; Steven Amos, Vinton; Cling 58-421 each fined $15 and costs Twrs 60-40 Failure to use signal Allen hwrs 52-3.3 Pcsavento, 1425 Thirty-sixth Fair 66-41 street SE; fined $35 and costs. Driving on right side Hudson, route three,  thor.  Rain ShwTS Tshwrs Tshwr • Cloudy 61-38 Tshwr Tshwr  Hi-Lo 52-30 71-43 73-48 64-42  dents will begin Friday and classes will resume April 22.  Kirkwood offices will remain open during that period, except for Good Friday, and counseling and admissions services will be available  All Coe college offices, except for the admissions and .student service offices, will close Friday noon The library and union will remain on regular schedule  Mt. Mercy college students .    ,    .    .  will begin Easter recess after lnT6rVIBWS With Thursday classes, returning Tuesday. College administration offices will be closed Good Friday.  Fridav and at the chapel ! he , J  main  Tf1 rials  ! n  ."] e new  constitutional rights." he said, investigation of possible crimi-- n on e 1 m, building. That material was citing a 1970 Iowa supreme    al  sure of having the day off when     aft er    2:30 p.m. Saturday. The: chos en to maintain a more    court case.    nal    conspiracy    in    the    prepara-  planning vacations or holiday     fam, *y suggests that mends    Lome-like rather than institu- 1     Hon    of    President    Nixon’s    tax    reactivities.    may if they wish. donate to the  tiona ,  atmospherc>     Cites    Breakin     (urns   Also requested was a change    fret    Baptist church memorial     Each room in thp new bui | ding    In hls  petition,    the    33-year-old  ill have controls for the clee-    Cedar Rapids    man    seeks    a    new  in the longevity pay system. f ur1(b  The casket will be closed  w  eliminating differences based on 2:45 p.m. Saturday.  rank.    --  The employes said the benefit LaGrange Infants  The New York Times, citing “well-placed sources,” reported  trie heat and air-conditioning,    trial because of an alleged ille- Thursday that IRS Commis-  Capacity    S a J breakin at his residence.    sioner Donald Alexander had  There is normal capacity for ^ a cek is serving a 75-year    Watergate    special    prose-  rank.  -Mid-East-  (Continued from Page I >  army man who .survived the airport massacre.   1S k SO u <  l° r     service.    David    and    Diane,    twin    infants     m bpds m thp hf)mp wjfh up fQ  term in the penitentiary at Fort  cu(or  Lp 0n  j aw0 rski to start the  which is the same regardless of born    Wednesday to Mr.    and     m capac i ty on     request to the    Madison    after being found     probe to focus on  Nixon’s claim  Mrs.    Frederick LaGrange,    715     sta(e bea j tb  department. There    guilty by    a judge of second-     0 f  a  $576 000 deduction for don-  k  ; !u eniU  ’  10 S  ° r V 9 (r a ^ so are e *8ht single and four degree murder. He had pled  a tjng his prepresidential papers ,    . .    ,    double quarters    for employes,    guilty to    an open charge of    t 0  t be  National Archives.  Sui\ lung besides th' parents     and  q Uar t ers  f or     the matron and    murder in the Oct. 19, 1969,    ^tv Gen Saxbe said Thurs-  arr the grandparents. Mn an d   steward     slaying of 17-year-old Washing- day he was unaware of the   Mrs. William Stanton, Cascade.^ ^he most expensive windows, ton high school senior, Jean reported request and Mr and Mrs^ Leo La-  noors and roo( were choscn bc . Halverson.    There    was    no    immediate    com-  Drange, Cedar Rapids.    cause of easier maintenance.--- ment on the    story frnm Ja .  , r    „    m Th r«     The b< ' t,<>r windows also arr ex -    Various Items Are    worses office  were conducted at 3 p m. Thurs-     pec ted to give better insulation  C.R. Police Chief Candidates Set  Interviews are set up for next week with seven of the nine can-  d,dales for Cedar Rapids police  d at Mt Ca|v  o emc ,e ry  by Cot ruc'ion i expeeled .o chief. Commissioner James  th( ;  Hev  Maurice Lynch of St. ^  month  S  Construction  Steinbeck said Thursday  Rain  Rain  56-38  56-35  One man, Robert J. (tray, 47, T Urner  chapel west was in peiffer a captain on the St. Paul, Minn.,    nf    arr a napmpnt«  I nless the prisoners, includ-  po |j ce  department, has declined  Mississippi Stages  < FI<M»d stages in brackets)  lacrosse (12) 8.1, rise 3 t.ansing (18) 9 4. no chank 1  Dam 9 (18) 187, fall I McGregor (IR) 11 2. tall I Guttenberg (15) 10 6. rise Dubuque (17) 12.5. rise I Davenport (15) 10.3, rise ..I Keokuk (16) 10 4. rise 6  Lynnjng Japanese commando Kozo to be interviewed.    •    1    c  Ukamoto. are released within Steinbeck said Gray had “giv-     er i V, tfm S     s^t  •    ,    .    .,    * , C ox. Alonzo t. — I p.m. bat-  t n it considerable    thought     urdav a t    the Chapel of Memo-  Lucy Taylor :    „ sjb | p f „r what will happen     sin . Ce .  ap P lyi " B for tb f    ‘ h ' f   ti ret SE. fined I     K     and decided he wasn t    interest-    Ellerbeck    of Kenwood Paik  ed.”  Patrick s Catholic church, i time will be 12 to 14 months, but  said El View has record of finishing ahead of schedule.  Taken from Autos  Tbo  PT. 5 ]!? "Y° U 'T J  S   reported that Alexander had  Two cars parked in a lot at discussed the taxes question  Rapids; fined $15 and cost?  Permitting unauthorized per- six hours, we shall not he rt son to drive  404 Fourteenth $25 and costs.  to the hostages.” said the ul-  Cedar at C.R. (13) 6 80. fall  .80  Pf if ii  Coralville Lake  Striking fixtures adjacent to timatum telephoned to news street Stephen Benedict, (agency offices in Beirut, the   r> °. im roari  Lebanese capital.  fined $35 and costs.     r   ,    Shot    or    Thrown  Iowa Deafns  Blairstown    George    H.    The    Israeli    national    radio    rc-  Ohlen, 65 Friday at I at Grace ported the guerillas had shot Lutheran church. Halverson’s, their victims or thrown them  United Methodist church.  ,    ,    .    Burial: Cedar Memorial. Ar- , pn n tp   An interview date has not yet .angements by Cedar Memorial ,  e  been confirmed with one other funeral home.    mittees    on    education  candidate. Larrv L Laschen Gifford. Dovie A. — 10:30 ranks again Thursday  Sixth street and Twenty-ninth with Jaworski last week and  a  avenue SW were reported bro- had provided the prosecutor  ken into Wednesday and various  wdb a bsl  ^‘ xon a ssociates .    and former aides to be inves-  i " a d)    tigated    in connection with the  Area School Funding  Rob  E Bauer. 700 Thirty-first matter.  Divides Subcommittee  s ^ recR  ^ ar ' on < reported a ta- Both the IRS and a joint conchometer valued at $30 and five gressional panel have ruled that tapes valued at $20 were taken i the  S ift  deduction was improper from his car.  DES MOINES - House and appropriation subcomparted  because of a back-dated deed  ^ihe law permitting such deduc-  40 now police chief at Vernon  3 m Saturda - V 31 Flrst  Church time on funding salaries and  leentn avpnue s ' v * reposed two,.—    —. M#l    p 11 e cniei a vern on  of th0 0 Bible by the Rev  i  Births — St. Luke's  April IO To the families of Douglas McDonald, 2815 Third avenue, Marion; a son; Kent Jayne, 1220 Auburn drive SW; a son; William Krejra, route 3, Marion, a son.  Out of Town Births  At Vinton — Mr. and Mrs  Allan Simmer, a son born April IO. Paternal grandparents arc Mr and Mrs. Albert Nimmer. Hiawatha.  Marriage Licenses  Donna Hiller and Larry. Brown, both of Cedar Rapids Jacqueline Wicncke and Steven Saddoris. both of Hiawatha.  Marriages Dissolved  Patricia Anne and Thomas George Shaheen. Wendy Colleen and John Kenneth Walker, jr. Cherie L. and Gary L. Kaplan. Donald Lee and Mar Sa-liene Jacobsen  Calmar Angola Vollniecke. f ro m the top floor of the apart- ,  OO Monday, ll a.in., St Aloy- ^ building. Dead and wound-ms. Rosary Saturday. 8 pm    *    ....    r< c   • -    -    ■    -    ed    women and children were  Hills. 111.    Neal B. Gail. Burial: Cedar Me- ^  Steinbeck said the interviews morial. Arrangements by Cedar ' ow  will take place Monday through Memorial funeral home    The    senate    members    of    the  Wednesday and will involve the  u lpm em replacement  al  speakers valued at $60. a set of .a's IS area schools.    headphones valued at STO and  five tapes valued at $la were  Mark McClusky, 335 Tltir-  ,bat .  was  actually signed ^ after  »nnrfp v .  set of i  ons bad  expired  Mrstik, Rudolph — Crcma- joint committee voted to recom-tion committal at Brosh chapel,  a.m.  taken from his car  council    111) 'a. m : Friday'by^the Rev:; mend  an appropriation  andidates for the post, cer William Harnish. Military sci- million for 1974-/5 for the  Think of want ads first. They help you solve your wants quickly. Dial 398-8234.  and Sunday. .3 p.rn French’s  and 8 pm  found in Ihe stairwell and on the  tlflcd b - v  ">* Cedar Rapids civil ™  DyeraVille    Arnold (Whi- lawn surrounding the building sonice commission, include two Meyer. Edward K  tov) Gassman. 60. Kreamer’s. a woman whose home was in- " )pa ‘ officers, Gapt. Raymond) Baptist church at  es at the chapel by Hanford schools American Legion post.  - Calvary 0:30 a.m.  20 YEARS AGO — Secretary of State Dulles flew to Europe to try to end a dangerous split  with $2,250,000  marked for salary increases    .    ,  -  e     .    ...    among    the    western    powers    and  averaging 6.5 percent and the,  n . B ,  V~7* r  F° r  Any Oetosfon FLORAL .  ac: arrangimints  PIERSON'S  FLOWER SHOP  Tour F TD Florist 1800 t ills Blvd. NU  a m. Fridav. The casket will not same figure for the 6.5 percent   bank p 10 ,    outlying a word. Twas "hit] but The    ether candidates are     s ^' _«"">'  increasB   I threw myself out of a window    Staniey    P Gushard, 41, Lincoln, | x urner     chapel    east at , :3o; but would okay only $250,000    for  Union cemetcrv. Littleport.    and neighbors took me to a firs!    bleb.; Wallace N. I^Peters. 40.    p.m. Saturday    by    Dr. Arnold rep acemen o tquipmen  Postville—Edward J. John.     aid  station"    Miami.    Ria ; John S. Megerron.    Herbst.    There will    be a crcma- The recommendations now    go    immittal. The family sug-  llazleton — Eli: midt, 89. Wood’s, Fa Elkader—Lorain 62. Fridav at 2 at Witt’s. Burial  an. uho was not jf  a  ; Thomas A. Mor-  gests that  f r i cnds may>  if  t h e y, 7,,    ~ rr     ~ r     .  d, was only slightly « an - J r -  r * 0, den Valley, Minn., wish. contribute to the Meth-) committees of ,he senate and  and Thomas C. Seals, 33. Bir- Wick Manor Memorial Fund, house.  .aid station  son, 83. Friday at 3:15 at East, ^ woman Clermont Lutheran church. I  1 ne  woman.  Schutte’s.    I    identify  West    Liberty—Ernest wounded.  (Mike) Sullivan, Ti). Saturday she said her husband and chil- gingham, Ala.  at ll at Snider’s. Rosary. Fn-  drpn werp jn fhc hQuse s | eeping  Cedar Rapids has been with-   3     ___ when the man entered She did out a police chief since George  ^    $    rL I • L -v- -j „ not know their fate    Matias resigned last year Assi  06TS cnrncnmdn There also was renewed fight- Chief Gareth Clift has assumed  Trial for Juno 17 between Syrian and Israeli the duties.  bon  to the separate appropriation  rires  3:34 pm Wednesday. Train In grass at Sixteenth avenue and Rockford road SW  Wrong Use of Phone  troops on the Golan heights WASHINGTON (UPI)—Judge    Thursday - the 31st consecu-    Man Sentenced for  Gerhard Gesell Thursday set. live day of a war of attrition.  June 17 for the federal con- The fighting there has accom-  spiracy trial of former presi-    panied diplomatic efforts by    Jerry Travis, Joliet, 111., pled  7:39    p.m.    Wednesday. Need-    dential adviser John Ehrlich-    Secretary of State Kissinger to    guilty Wednesday in magis  ters call at Waconia avenue and  man and five others in connec- win  an  Israeli-Syrian agreement irate s court to a charge of Kirkwood  b ‘» ul evard SW.    ■     Uh    thp E |, sber g breakin, to disengage their troops.    unlawful use of the telephone  runcUon” nj 1  alarm a1* Third     —    .    ---------- and wu S  given a 30-day suspend-  street and Sixteenth avenue SE.    Sell those no-longer needed    Want ads perform an impoi-    cd jail sentence  9:47    a m.    Th u I sd a y. Un-     S p ace . takers  quj^jy  wit h  a     tant community service, read    He was charged in connection  flowers  for  every  occasion!  since  1909  .IOII\ K.  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