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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids Obifuaries Friday night will find rain over the plains and most of the Mississippi valley and Pa- citic northwest. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather High temperatures Thursday, low lem- D.eratures overnlahl and inches of pre- cipitation: Anchorage K 28 L. Angeles (6 53 Atlanta 70 (S Miami 74 Bismarck Mia'anolls 5! IS Chlcato 5838.21 N. Orleans 73 SA S W "sl> York 7 dar Memorial. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial. Guthrie, Mildred Frances Mt. Zion Baptist church at 3 )-m. Saturday by Dr. LeRoy White. Eastern Star services will be conducted at graveside n Oak Hill cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 J.m. Friday and at the church rom 10 a.m. until p.m. 'he casket will not be opened ifter the service. The search resumed Thursday around the western part of the Third avenue bridge, with mag- nets being drawn under the water to attract the metal of the weapons. Van 32-year-old Cedar Rapids auctioneer, died Feb. 12 of a broken neck caused by one of four bullets fired into his aware of it, there is a possibility that it could prevent any prose- he said. back. No arrests have been made. Early this month witnesses vere called into the county at-, orney's office and questioned under oath in connection with he murder investigation. Shortly after that authorities legan searching for the murder veapon in the river around the fhird avenue bridge. During ne of the searches-, Chief Depu- y Dennis Blome's service re- olver fell into the river. 20 YEARS AGO Russia's Vishinsky said the Soviet Union had "built the hydrogen omb" but still demanded pro- ibition of all atomic and hydro- m weapons. (Continued from Page 1.) iat area upside he said I'm going to make an admij ion we don't know where sh We are conducting a vigoi us investigation, if only t liminate where she: is not bein eld." Asked if he believed Saxbe e m a r k s endangered Mis fearst or the investigation
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