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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Pfc f Jli 4 V W 1 1 V.1O s "3 s XN Ij' Rrw-jSp li> i Rapids Cedar liapids Gazette: Thurs., April 25, 1974 Fines For Parking Doing the Job The new, higher fines for overtime parking seem io be doing their job. A report on the new fine schedule was released Charged After Fight at Franklin School j Stephen A. Church, 18, of Ely, and four Juveniles were arrested Wednesday afternoon following a fight at Franklin junior i high school. j Church was charged with assault and battery as a result of the fight and larceny in connection with an unrelated incident. The larceny charge was filed after police discovered Church was wanted for questioning in the theft Monday of a tent valued at from the Sears store at Lindale Plaza. A store employe followed several youths from the store and obtained the license number of the car they fled in. The car belonged to Church, police said. Two 16-year-olds, a youth 15 and another 17 were charged with assault and battery in connection with the fight. The victim of the beating suffered minor injuries, police said. Police said Wednesdays f ght was an outgrowth of an earlier fight between the victim and one of the Clair W. Tibbitts Eunice H. Tibbitts, 65, of Sara sola, Fla., a former Cedai Rapids resident, died Wednes day following a short illness Born July 12, 1908, at Omaha she was married to Clair V Tibbitts Sept. 6, 1930, at Ccda Rapids. She was a member of People Unitarian church, and a gradu ate of Coe college, where sh was affiliated with Delta Belt Delta sorority. Surviving are her husband; son, Robert, Cedar Rapids; daughter, Mrs. James W. Hal Cedar Rapids; a brother Harold Wies, Marble Falls Texas; a sister, Mrs. Charle Pedrey, East Lansing, Mich, and three grandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memorie at 1 p.m. Saturday by the Rev Walter E. Kellison of People church. Burial: Cedar Memoria Friends may call at Cedar Me morial funeral home after noo Friday and at the chapel afte noon Saturday. The family sug gesls that friends may, if the wish, donate to the America Cancer Society. The casket wi be closed at p.m. Satur F. Benz Kenneth F. Benz. 67, of 2222 First avenue NE, died Wednes day following a long illness Formerly of Peoria, he ba( been a Cedar Rapids resident 20 years. Born April 3, 1906, at East Liverpool, Ohio, he was married to Jean Wagner Oct 14, 1937, at Peoria. Mr. Benz was president of Cedar Rapids Bowl, Inc. He was the national vice-president of the Bowling Proprietors Assn. of America; anc was a member of Elmcres' Country club. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. Herbert Schlossberg, Shepherdstown, W Va.; Mrs. Daryl Spivey, Iowa City; and Mrs. Robert Tvrdik Cedar Falls; a son, Stephen Cedar Rapids; and seven grandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memorie at a.m. Saturday by Di John P. Woods of Westminste Presbyterian church. Entombment: Chapel of Memories mau soleum. Friends may call a Cedar Memorial funeral horn after noon Friday and at th chapel after 9 a.m. Saturday Friends may, if they wish, do nate to the University of low pulmonary research fund. Th casket will be closed at a.m. John C. Gorman Mary Emily Gorman, of 1412 Third avenue SE, Widow of John C. Gorman, died Werincs jday after a long iimess. Born Feb. 6, 1894, in Anamosa, she [had lived in Cedar Rapids for jihe past 43 years. Mrs. Gorman cashier at the Allison hotel for many years before retiring. i Surviving are two daughters, J.Mercedes M. Nash and Ardis M. 1 Gorman, both of Cedar Rapids; a brother, Thomas Power, Dav-lenporl; two sisters, Loretta M. I Power, Washington, D.C., and Mrs. James A. Butler, San Antonio; and three grandchildren. Services: Saturday 10 a.m. Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Holy Cross cemetery, Anamosa. Friends may call ]t ml ff V rates went info effect by Traffic Engineer Mel Meyer. Increasing the meter violation fine from 25 cents to 51 (unless paid within an hour at the meter office) was supposed to create greater turnover, cut down violation rates and make more spaces available for downtown shoppers. Meyer's report said the violation rate has dropped from 33 percent to 12.4 percent, and the number of tickets written daily has dropped from 600 to 440. Because the parkettes have more time now, there's also a greater ehanca an overtime parker will be ticketed. The chance is 30 percent now, compared to 14 percent before the fine increase. Revenues are up from per day to There are still some prob lems, Meyer said, because o drivers who don't understanc the new system or who have dif ficulty finding a place to park when they pay their fine, bu the problems are decreasing iOWIST IS J t from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. Father Leonard will recite the Rosary Friday at p.m. at the funeral Rain can be expected Thursday night in northern Nevada, the middle and upper Rockies and most of New Mexico. Clear to partly cloudy Daily Hours Set for Voting Absentee Ballot Linn Auditor Merle Kope Thursday issued a reminde about special hours Saturda for absentee voting for th Cedar Rapids Communit school bond election. He also anounced availabi ity of absentee ballots for th June 4 primary. The school bond election wi be held Tuesday. Those who wi be absent from their preeinc that day may cast absentee bal lots. Special hours for such votin will be Saturday from'1 10 a.m. t 2 p.m. Absentee ballots als may be cast during regula hours weekdays from 8 a.m. to pjn: The elections office is in th basement of the courthouse During the special Saturday hours only the east door of th courthouse will be open. Absentee ballots for the June 4 primary may be obtained by persons who will be absent from [heir precinct that day. Those who wish to vote in the election must be 18 years 'old or olde and must be registered no Services Klinsky, Stella E. Friday at in St. John's Lutheran church, Ely, by the Rev. Alvin Danielson. Burial: Rogers Grove cemetery near Elv Friends may call at Bros'i chapel. In yesterday's obituary the names of two brothers Rudy Novak of Marion anc Walter Novak of Lisbon, were incorrectly listed. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren. Stracke, Alma Tweed Turner chapel west at 3 p.m Friday by the Rev. Charles Schultz. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west until p.m. Friday The casket will not be opened after the service. Drinovsky, Fred Turner chapel west at p.m. Friday by Dr. Glenn W. Mc-Michael. Graveside services will be in Oak Hill cemetery Belle Plaine, at 3 p.m. Friday Friends may call at Turner west until 1 p.m. Friday. The casket will not be opened aflei the The Weather High temperatures Wednesday, !ov temueratures overnight and inches o precioitation: Anchorage 49 31 .1? L. Anqeles 47 51 Atlanta ...4138 Miami 79 4S .0. Bismarck .77 37 Mjn'apolis 44 42 Chicago ...4440 N.Orleans EO 54 Denver ...7850 New York 5740 Duluth 5537 Phoenix .8745 Honolulu- .8449 Seattle ....5246.3 Houston ..815! WBSh'aton 5544 Extended Forecast Chance of rain and thundershowers Sat urday and Sunday. Highs uppe 60s and low 70s. Lows 50s t middle 60s. C. R. at 1305 Second stree SW. p.m. Wednesday Unknown to grass near Elli. Park wading pool. p.m Wednesday. Train to grass a Edgewood road bridge ove Rock Island railroad tracks a.m. Thursday. Kesuscita lion call at Thirty-sixth stree and First avenue NE. Magistrate's Court-Speeding Randy Lago 2951 Sixth street SW; Benjami Ekwall, 3111 Bayberry driv SW; each fined and costs Douglas Remington, Toddville Eleanor W. Luze, Vinton; Wil liam Finnigan, 423 A avenu NW; Darrell Luedeman, 364 Twelfth avenue 'SW; Homaul Blahnik, 918 Owen street NW Marvin Canning, 2620 O ave nue NW; Rebecca Rasmussen 1115 Sixth street NW; Belt DeSotel, 1247 Sussex drive NE each fined and costs. Gary Smith, 901 South Elevent street, Marion; Michael Cufr 921 Old Marion road NE; Jo seph Kulaga, Bettendorf; Ste ven Smith, 1101 Thirtieth stree NW; James Young, Solon; Con nie Wiss, Fort Dodge; cac fined and costs. Registration violation Duane Powell. 2333 Eight eenth street SW; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation JoAnn Beasley, Central City fined and costs. Ronalc Shields, 363 Fifteenth stree SE; Douglas Ortburg, 2140 Me morial drive SE; Steven Sch wandt, 2052 Bever avenue SE Randy Lagos, 2951 Sixth stree SW; Robert Stafford, 618 A av enue NW; Mitchel Dochterman 412 Seventh avenue SW; Clari bel Gott, 1121 Thirtieth stree NE; Caroline Peterson, 543 Thirty-second street SE; eacl fined and costs. Improper passing Felix Ramirez, 215 Wiley boulevard NW; fined and costs. Manner of conveyance Wary Luter, 1004 Seventh street SE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Decorab Arthur N. Moen i9. Saturday at 2, Glenwood jutheran church. Friends may call after Friday morning, Steine's. Traer George P. Schmidt, !5. Saturday at Over-ton's. Olin Mrs. Earl Duncan, 88. Saturday at Goettsch's. Mt. Vernon Henry M. Sch-medding, 87. Prayer service Thursday at 8, Morgan's. Services and burial in Walthill, Neb., Saturday. T a m a L e o na M. Poe Rocpke, 56. Saturday at Harrison's. Homestead Caroline Selzer, 84. Saturday at 1, Homestead Community church. Visitation at the family home after 2 Friday. Hoover-Valentine's, Marengo. Victor Henry Schmidt, 68. Saturday at St. John's Lutheran church. McAninch's. Hopkinton Mrs. Victor La-mont, 59. Friday at at Presbyterian church. Friends may call at Goettsch's after 7 Thursday. North English Ralph R. Powers, 75. Saturday at at Best's, where friends may call after 9 a.m. Friday. Burial: Mt. Zion cemetery. Vinlon W. Harold Geiger, 72. Saturday at 2 at Mt. Auburn Un i t e d Methodist church. Campbell's. Winthrop Robert Evans, 61. Saturday at 2 at White's. Oxford Junction Mary Hayden, 86. Friday at at Sacred Heart church. Rosary at 8 Thursday at Hayden's. Monticello Ralph Nelson, 64. Services: Saturday at Ron-an's, DeKalb, 111. Friends may call at Goettsch's until 9 p.m. Thursday. Anamosa Loren Hargravc, 87. Friday at 10 at Goettsch's. Toddvillc Leola B. Kuehl, 50. Cedar Memorial funeral borne, Cedar (Continued from Page E. Beadle Jeanna E. Beadle, 91, o Dallas, a former Cedar Rapid resident, died Tuesday in Dalla at the home of a niece wit whom she made her home. Sh was born Dec. 22, 1882, at Dubu que. A 1905 graduate of Come college, she was the high schoo principal at Clarence from 191 to 1946. Prior to that she taugh 10 years in the Mt. Verno schools and three years in th Mission school at Pueblo, Mex ico. She was a member of th Order of Eastern Star a Clarence, Iowa. There are no immediate sm vivors. Services: a.m. Thursday at Restland funeral home in Dallas. Graveside services: p.m. Saturday in Cedar Memo rial cemetery by the Rev. Don aid E, Kehrle of Clarence Meth odist church. The family will b staying at the Robert Safley res idence, 2610 E avenue NE Cedar Rapids arrangements by Hedar license was used to authenticate a previous SLA communication. Speaking of Weed on the tape, Miss Hearst said: "As for my ex-fiance, I'm amazed that he thinks that the first thing I would want to do once freed would be to rush and see him. The fact is, I don't care if I ever see him again. "During the last few months Sieven has shown himself to.be a sexist, ageist pig. Frankly, Steven is the one who sounds brainwashed. I can't believe those weary words he uttered were from his heart. They were a mixture of FBI rhetoric and Randy's simplicity." Mocks Mother In using the phrase "those weary Miss Hearst apparently was making a mocking allusion to a similar comment by her mother, Catherine. They were words used by Mrs. Hearst to describe the last communication from her daughter. Miss Hearst also questioned the validity of a letter published in her father's newspaper. The letter, said to be from French revolutionary Regis Debray, asked for proof she was speaking voluntarily. Addressing her father, she said: "How could it have been written in Paris and published in your newspaper on the same day, Explaining the alleged reason for the bank robbery, she said ihe holdup "forced the corporate state to help finance the revolution As with .the noney involved in rny parents' jad faith gesture to aide :the people these funds are being Jsed to aide the people and to insure the survival of the people's forces in their struggle with and for the people." She said she was alive and well. "As for being brainwashed, the idea is ridiculous to he point of being beyond be-ief." Grand Jury Meanwhile, two young women alleged to have known persons vho later joined the SLA, appeared Thursday before a federal grand jury probing :the bank robbery. Janet Cooper and Cynthia Garvey, both of Oakland, said n statements to reporters that hey have no information about he terrorist group beyond what hey learn from the press. Police said Mrs. Cooper's dentification was used by the SLA to rent cars used in a bank loldup.'She said her wallet and dentificalion were stolen about a year S. Hunsaker William S. Hunsaker, 82, o 155 Robins road, Hiawatha, resident of Linn county 5 years, died Wednesday. He wa born March 7, 1892, at Quincy 111., and was married to Edn Batterson March 1, 1957, a Cedar Rapids. Mr. Hunsaker was an eng neer for the Milwaukee railroac for 50 years. He was a membe of the Methodist church and th Elks lodge in New Orleans. Surviving are his wife; a step son, Jack W. Lytton, Denair Calif.; a grandson and a grea granddaughter. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday i Murdoch chapel in Marion by the Rev. Charles Moore. Burial Cedar Memorial. Friends maj call at Murdoch (Continued from Page Low overnight 5 Noon Thursday will continue to hold the Lebanese government responsi We for any armed attacks or ganized or perpetrated in Lc banon." "The U. S. voted for the reso lution after the defeat of its amendment. U. S. Ambassador John Scali said despite the fail ure of his attempt to get 2 p.m.'. Precipitation Nom Total for April 4 Normal for April formal through April 7.8 Total for 1974 (Continued from Page Barometer falling 30 Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity a Gazette weather station at 2 J.m. WSW at 18 mph. Sun rises Friday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 58 ow, 50; rainfall, trace. Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck PtCldy the studio of the Portuguese radio and television, and the studio of a private radio station, Radio Clube Portugues in the city proper. Others in the coup apparently seized a transmitter of Radio Clube Portugues about 30 miles southeast of Lisbon on the other side of the Tagus river. Shortly after the seizure the armed groups began broadcasting from Radio Clube, urging troops and nalional guardsmen and police to avoid bloodshec and urging the populace to remain at home. A rebel communique promising democratic reforms and free elections said the uprising was staged for several reasons, among them: After 13 years of African wars, the government "has not managed to define objectively and concretely an overseas policy which would lead to peace." Portuguese are not allowed "to fulfill their (political) duties as citizens." There was a "necessity to restoring our institutions and eliminating from our way of life all illegalities that the abuse of lower has permitted." It is "the duty of the armed brces to defend the country, a duty which we consider to include civil rights of all citizens." "To this the _ommuni-que added, "we hand over the jovernment to a junta of salvation which will hortly publish a statement of lolicy and a call for free elec-ions. We are certain the nation s with mention of Qiryat Shmona, "we believe the resolution did condemn all violence, whatever its origin, including the tragedy at Qiryat Shmona." It was the third time the U. S. has voted against Israel in the council. "All Sectors" Meanwhile, Syrian and Israeli forces .battled all night on Mount Hermon then locked in tank and artillery duels "on all other sectors" of the 40-mile front, the Syrian command re ported. It was the 45th day o action. The Syrian communique gave no details but reports in the Beirut press said its highesl peak has changed hands several :imes in the last 10 days. According to these accounts, side now controls the peak but each has its own flag planted on opposite slopes. An army spokesman in Tel Aviv said Syrian and Israeli ar-illery dueled during the morn-ng on Mount Hermon and the southern Golan heights. There were no reported casualties. The Israeli government, which Wednesday observed 24 hours of mourning for war dead in four wars, decided to forego a military parade to mark the anniversary of Israeli independence Thursday. The 'only official events to mark the anniversary which actually falls on May 14 but is observed according to the Jew-sh lunar calendar were the annual international Bible quiz and a song festival. Premier Golda Meir, in her irst television interview since she resigned two weeks ago, said she does not expect to live to see real peace between Israel and the Arabs. "One of my faults is that I cannot deceive myself, and I do not see peace around the said Mrs. Meir, who will be 76 next L Buresh George L. Buresh, 74, of 452 E avenue NW, died suddenly Wednesday. He was .born a Western Oct. 11, 1900. He wa married to Rosemary Jeline: June 5, 1935, in Cedar Rapids They farmed near Marion fo many years. He was a member of Lodge 1 ZCBJ, Karel IV and the Frater nal Order of Eagles. Surviving in addition to hi wife are two daughters, Mrs John Behrends, Monticello, am tfrs. Da'rlene Hocken, Cedar Hapids; five grandchildren; a brother, Wesley, Ely, and a sister, Rose Kaplan, Cedar Rapids. Services: Brosh chapel at 9 a.m. Saturday by the Rev. Lee toy Collins of St. Mark's United Methodist church. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call after 1 p.m. May 25. Voters may obtain ballots anc vote in person at the election office during hours mentionet A. Shaw James Alvas Shaw, 66, a resi dent of Geneva Tower, diec Wednesday following a loni illness. Born April 10, 1908, in Redding, he had farmed in the owa City and Wellman areas or 23 years before he moved to Coralville. He had been a resident of Cedar Rapids since March. He vas married to Mamie Eaton, Feb. 27, 1932, in Blockton. He vas a member of the Methodist church in Coralville. Surviving besides his wife are a son, James, Cedar Rapids; hree sisters, Reva Uglow, Mor-ill, Neb., Beryle Knapp anc Dorothea Freel, both of Reding; and four brothers, Ver-ice, Redding, Howard, Wesl jberty, Lyle, Toledo, and Marion, Cedar Rapids; and four grandchildren. Services: Saturday at .m. at Turner chapel west by le Rev. Lee Roy Collins. Gra-eside services at Memory Gar-ens, Iowa City at a.m. aturday. Friends may call at 'urner chapel Chicago .PtCldy Cincinnati PtCldy 74-50 Cleveland PtCldy 64-45 Des Moines ___ Cloudy 78-55 Detroit PtCldy ndianapolis PtCldy Persons Injured in 3 C.R. Accidents Four people suffered minor injuries Wednesday in three separate accidents. None was hospitalized. A collision involving a car anc two pickup trucks caused head cuts, bruises and an ankle sprain to Richard E. Powell, 36, of 830 Twenty-fifth street the driver of the car. Powell was treated at St. Luke's hospital. Police said the accident oc-urred when a pickup truck riven by Keith R. Linman, 20, f 1241 Forty-second street NE, werved to miss a bicyclist who ppeared to fall into -the traffic ane. Linman's truck hit a pickup ruck driven by Gary P. Heis-orffer, age unknown, of 1283 Thirty-fifth street NE, and then it Powell's car. The bicyclist was not hurt. No barges were filed. A motorcycle accident on private property caused a concus-ion and bruises to Donna M. lorn, 51, of 1961 Thirtieth street drive SE. Mrs. Horn was injured in the riveway of her residence. She vas treated at St. Luke's hospi-al and released. Two people suffered nose inju-ies when the 'driver of a car ost control and hit a light pole n the 1400 block of Thirtieth treet NE. Kathleen Ann Young, 32, of 919 Oakland road NE, and a lassenger in her car, Greg oots, 6, of 1435 Thirty-second :reet NE, were injured. They vere not treated at a hospital. Mrs. Young told police she as blinded by the sun and lost ontrol. Police charged Mrs. Young ilh failure to have vehicle nder Kansas City .Shwrs 80-56 Milwaukee Fair 63-48 Mpls.-St. Paul Fair Dkla City .PtCldy Dmaha PtCldy St. Louis PtCldy 5ioux Falls PtCldy 75-50 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrossc (12) 9.3, fall 2.1 Lansing (18) 11.0, no change Dam 9 (18) 20.7, no change McGregor (18) 13.1, fall .1 Gutlenberg (15) 11.8, fall .1 Dubuque (17) 14.5, no change Davenport 12.8, fall .1 Keokuk (16) 12.2, rise .2 Cedar at C.R. (13) 5.5C, rise OG Degree R. Jones Morris R. Jones, 68, of Salem, Ark., died Thursday following a short illness. Born Nov. 30, 1905, at Chicago, he was married to Thelma Hodges Jan. 28, 1973, at 3hoenix. After retiring from ac-ive farming near Olin, he was employed by Lindsay Soft Water Co. at Cedar Rapids and vas credit manager for Cedar VIemorial funeral homecemc-ery for several years. Mr. ones was a member of the Order of Moose at Forl Kladison. Surviving are his wife; a son, ohn W., Olin; a daughter, Mrs. itonald Vrooman, Phoenix; a ister, Mrs. Elmer Wawak, Wil-mette, III.; 11 grandchildren nd one great-grandchild. Services are pending at Cedar Memorial funeral fotal t0 date 6 rhrough April 24, 1973 3ercent of normal year .99.0E Potal normal year .6 Coralville Lake 'ool level Thursday 670.43 Births Mercy April 24 To the families of larold Weeks, 2030 Glass road a son; Franklin Kol'da, 3rairieburg, a son; Daniel lavis, 411 Eighth avenue SW, a on. April 25 To the families of ..arry Hartzcll, 2035 Bever av-nue SE, a son; Wayne Jensen, 755 Eighth avenue, Marion, a on; David Schultz, 814 Tenth venue SW. a daughter. Births St.' Luke's April 23 Mr. and Mrs. Jharlcs Baird, 524 Cobban ourt SE, a son. April 24 Steven Jenkins, 534 Indiana street SW, a son; ,arry J. Graf, 1150 Hidge street IE, Marion, a daughter; Wil-am Callahan, 3820 Skylark ane SE, a daughter; James E. 'urner, 3010 Third avenue, Jarion, a son. Marriage Licenses Rhonda Mercer and David Hley, Lora While and Russell rawford, all of Cedar Rapids. Marriages Dissolved Connie Mae and Danny Joe IcNabb. Fires a.m. Wednesday Un-nown to srrass at 3105 South-md street a.m. Wednesday. Burnt meal Trombino Louis Trombino, 81, of 1050 evenleenth street NE, died Wednesday after a brief illness. Jorn Nov. 5, 1892, in Santa linfa, Sicily, he came to the United States and Cedar Rapids n 1924. He operated a grocery store and Trombino's Pizzaria. He vas a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic church and 3on Sapight council and Kuehl Dies, Services Pendinc TODDVILLE Leola B. Kuehl, 50, route one Toddville, ied unexpectedly Wednesday, he had lived in the Toddville rea ten years. Born Dec. 4, 1923, at Moni-raw Springs, Mo., she was larried to LaVerne R. Kueh )ec. 24, 1942, at Cedar Rapids, Urs. Kuehl was a member o! ie Mormon church of Jesus hrist of Latter Day Saints in edar Rapids. Surviving in addition to her msband are two sons, Andrew j. Kuehl, Cedar Rapids, and E. ohn Kuehl, Key Largo, Fla.; wo daughters, Mrs. George joehr, Toddvillc, and Luann E. Cuehl, at home; a sister, Mrs. Villiam Gregory, Cedar Rapids, nd five grandchildren. Services are pending at Cedar Icmorial funeral Johnson Bertha Johnson, 75, of Cedar rails, a retired registered nurse nd a former Cedar Rapids resi-ent, died Wednesday at Key 'est, Fla. She was born Jan. 14, 899, in Grundy county, and was member of Bethlehem Luther-n church in Cedar Falls. Surviving is a .sister, Carrie Anderson, Parkersburg. Services: Bethlehem Lutheran iiurch at Cedar Falls at 2 p.m. aturday. Burial: Greenwood emetery. The body is at Dahl-Van Hove-Schoof funeral home n Cedar Occasion -fSSfe, FLORAL FLOWER-SHOP Vow f.r.D. Fforiif 1800 Ellis Blvd. MV FLOWERPHONE Knights of Columbus. Surviving are his wife, the ormer Henrietta Regnct, and a on, Joseph of Marion. Services: Saturday 11 a.m. in mmaculate Conception church >y the Rev. William P. Leonard, urial: Mt. Calvary. Rosaries: 'arish Friday at p.m. and C of C at 8 p.m. at Brady-Kuba uneral home, where friends may call after 1 p.m. Friday. 11 Fourth Degree Knights of olumbus are asked to meet at ic funeral home at 7 p.m. Claim BELFAST (AP) The British army claimed it captured two :op Irish Republican Army Wednesday CALLS ON BOTH toble saw with stand, 9 -i..- months old. Complete set of FIVE horsepower Clinton oulboord machinist's fools with chest engine, 9 months old. Aluminum Phone 365-9405, offer 5 call boot. 365-9W5, after 5 3W-4920. good salesman has to cover his territory. Want ads do this had results quite like this! The phone rang and rang. 1 was really said Kenneth Hassan. To order your Action-Ads DEAL Artistry Town end Country Shopping Center 364-2146 flowers can say everything FLORIST 364-8139 OpicTcuno lilNMlUC 24 Hours Emy 1'' Iv'er LAPES Convenient downtown occasion! TixxljMSfPP since 308 Avc' SE ,909
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