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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Cedar R a rids Gazette: Sat., April 27, 1974  7S)\} C ^^0 un wi Atm* iotocasi? ®  “■'BH  Alt  now  ,V»V*v, iSWivW\»>      —  -***•  Showers and-or rain are expected to be widespread Saturday night from Oklahoma northeastward through Missouri and into the upper Mississippi valley, as well as in Montana and North Dakota. Clear to partly cloudy skies are expected elsewhere.  Profit Jump On Oil from Arab Lands  WASHINGTON (AP) - Oil companies are making a profit of $3.75 per barrel on some Arab oil that costs IO cents to produce, says new energy chief John Sawhill.  As U.S. oil companies continued to report huge first-quarter profit increases, Sawhill told newsmen Friday that a large portion came from producing foreign oil — including oil the Arabs withheld from the U.S. during their embargo.  Company profits on some Saudi Arabian oil soared in one year from 79 cents to $3.73 per barrel, Sawhill said.  Although government price controls supposedly limit petroleum price increases to those justified by increased costs, there appears to be no legal barrier to these increased profits.  $2.7-Billinn Cost  The increase, if allowed to flow through unchecked into the U.S. market, could cost American consumers some $2.7 billion  a year.  Sawhill said there was “no  DEATHS  The Weather  Iowa Deaths  North English—J. Elvin Ho-  Hiqh temperatures Friday, low temp-  SS"’ 1 "'  ,na lnc “ s  ”* ileum, 85. Best’*, tssai™    ”    st •*'    w.m'T"’    JI g    „ "«< I. mon - Joe Bacchus.  Bismarck .    77    42    ,i«    Mm'tpoiis    83 *0.37    80. Monday at 10;30 at the  Denver 0     79    40    New York*    I? 44    .’    Presbyterian church. Burnham  Duluth 63 44    .ii    Phoenix ..88 55    .    and Wood’s.  Honolulu 85 66    ..    Seattle 59 48     v     n * 1 h    u™.    n  Houston .. 74 65    Washinqton 75 48    ..    *’    °  r  t h English — Roy    C.  Extended Forecast — Chance     r “’    Sunday    at 3, Po-  .    ,    well s. Masonic services Satur-  of showers    or    thundershowers  Collins Radio Co. parking lot at 855 Thirty-fifth street NE.  cc    ^    ,    c ^    .    1 on w . tt -4 ji  The driv e shaft was valued  Tuesdav. Cooling trend Monday (Sunday at 1:30, Wesley United,  CQ0   and Tuesday. Highs will! Methodist church. Powell’s,  a  » •_  Ambitious Thief Takes Drive Shaft  The drive shaft of a car economic justification” for the owned by Lana Homewood, ;huge profit jump on so-called  equity oil which amounts to 14 percent of the total oil used in the U.S.  But he said it may be justified When Mrs. Homewood re- j if the  P rofits ar . e  re-invested to turned to her car, she noticed increase domestic production, the theft. The car was left in a Mobil Oil Co., the nation’s  third largest, said Friday that  417 Twenty-seventh avenue SW, was taken from her car late Thursday or early Friday while she was at work.  Monday, ending from the west Keota — Bess C. Lantrv, 88  Mrs. Robert Wright  Mary F. Wright, 80, of 422 Seventh avenue SW, widow of Robert I. Wright, died in Whittier, Calif., Wednesday after a long illness. Born April 20, 1894, in Center Point, she had lived in Cedar Rapids most of her life.  Surviving is a daughter, Nell Wade, Whittier, Calif.; a sister, Sarah Lowery, Cedar Rapids; a brother, Leo Floyd, Minnesota; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  Graveside services: Monday at ll a.m. in Linwood cemetery by the Rev. Ramon Booth of Central Assembly of God church. Friends may call at Teahen funeral home from 2 to 5 p m. Sunday.  *"*' y.    ■. * -    >.  Campaign T rail  Jensen: Tape Refusal Impeachable Offense  Mrs. Stanley Synek  Treva A. Synek, 62, of 6640 Mt. Vernon road SE, a Cedar Rapids resident 48 years and the widow of Stanley R. Synek, died Friday following a long illness. Born July 31, 1911, in Fort Madison, she was married June 14,1941, at Cedar Rapids.  Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Clifford Fye, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs, Gary Goodman. Hugo, Okla., and a brother. Dale Griggs, Chickasha, Okla.  Services: 3 p.m. Monday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Peter Morgan of First Christian church of Marion. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home after 2 p m. Sunday and at the chapel after 2:30 p.m. Monday. The casket will be closed at 2:45.  DUBUQUE — Martin Jensen, Democratic candidate for the nomination for Second district congressman, told the Iowa State Council of Machinists in Dubuque Saturday he believes a presidential refusal to turn over subpoenaed tapes and documents to the house judiciary committee would he peachable offense.  Shopping Center Traffic Cost Seen as $3.2 Million  First public estimate of thej His preliminary report states cost of street improvements to;that traffic would virtually accommodate enlargement of! treble on Williams boulevard, on the proposed west side shopping W ilson avenue east of the proj-! center places the price tag be- ect and on Edgewood road south tween $3.2 and $3.4 million. of the project.  The center would be near the intersection of Edgewood road  The estimate, made by a traffic engineer hired by Taxpayers  for Sensible Planning, a Cedar and highway 149. Land for a Rapids organization fighting the 600.000 square foot center al-enlargement, does not include ready has been rezoned there, right-of-way acquisition or con- The expansion would increase demnation costs.    the size to 1,100,000 square feet.  George L. Crawford of St.j Crawford said his estimates of an im- Louis, president of the traffic I traffic potential are based on engineering firm bearing his current reports of the city traf  “Under our Constitution, the name, completed his second fie engineering department and congress has the power to im- visit to the city Friday to studyj the accepted norm that a shop-peach the President for treason, traffic flow problems in the ping center will draw 32 daily  bribery, or other high crimes or area.  misdemeanors,” Jensen said.  He  concluded that his rec-and the authority to inves- ommendations and estimates tigate possible ground for im-  were  « pretty much in  impeachment is vested in the house of representatives — in this case the house judiciary committee.  “When any civil officer of the | government refuses to cooper-; ate with a duly authorized im-1 peachment investigation, he is I subject to citation for contempt!  with preliminary estimates of the city’s traffic engineering department.  Disappearing Act by a Ti re  one-way trips for every 1,000 square feet of space.  A A *  He said work needed to accommodate the traffic would include:  —Widening of Williams boulevard from four to six lanes, part of Edgewood road from two to four lanes, Sixteenth avenue from four to six lanes, and Wilson avenue from Sixth street to Edgewood road from two to four  of congress, which would clear-) A tire that fell off a truck lanes.  ly be an impeachable offense ” Friday was picked up by a man _ In timc re i oca tj on 0 f wilson  Culver Says Viet Vets Short-Changed  who drove awav before the  City Briefs  y • ***5 uu    T ** 4 *    I Kcots  average in the 60s. Lows    in the     Mt  ' Vernon - Elsie Barrett. I  40s and 50s Monday, and    in the    88. Monday    at 2,    Alice chapel,!  40s Tuesday and Wednesday I Cornell college. Morgan’s. A  ;memorial has been established, j __    .  C. R. Weather    Traer    — GUS untied!, 84. Money Missing - Eugene     f     ,    .  Monday at 10:30, Erickson’s, Geiger, Vinton, reported $200 industry pattern of sharply High friday ................#.    Traer.    'was    lost or stolen from him!higher    Profile for the major  & SS    mm**™.****  •    Lutheran    church,    where    the    a    *    *    been    up    as mucn as JZJ percent,  2 p.m. Saturday ...........<«    body rn  Rainfall —...............none    12:30 to    1:30.    Olson-Fjel-    heaijfinifln    3B2    S743 r "nrll' er     this    week  Total for April............. 4.00    stul’s.     ume    Deaim cian.    3bz-574d or  its first-quarter profits of $259 million were 7 percent less than  the previous quarter but 66 per-1    -  cent more than in the same Harry A. Miller period last year.     Har[y    A    MMer    79    o(    Tor .  Contingency Funds rence.    with'    adequate    employment  This result was in line with an  avenue to a more southerly truck driver could return to the  route  b ecause 0 f the bottleneck   spot °    J    where    Wilson    avenue,    Edgewood  James W. Curtis, manager of  road anc j williams boulevard OTTUMWA — Iowa Congress- a Goodyear store, 3270 Seventh  conver ^ e   man John Culver, Democratic avenue, Marion, reported an  $125 OOO for a traffic signal  candidate for the nomination for employe saw the tire fall off the  svs t cm   the U. S. senate, charged here truck in the vicinity of Edge- *    ’__  Saturday that the nation’s three wood road and highway 94. but p ,,    ,  million Vietnam veterans have was unable to return before the Lf SIT 3013D Ui.GTGu been “short-changed” by the tire disappeared. The tractor    Tnn    I PRN PrW  Nixon administration.    tire was valued at $215, Curtis    ■PR    I EDU rUSI  Culver, in a speech to a re- isaid -jgional gathering of the Veterans ;  of F’oreign Wars, said Vietnam Qgmos Rc-GlGCt veterans have not been provid-  DES MOINES (AP) — Thomas M. Ditzel of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has been offered the post of executive director of the Iowa Educational Broadcasting Network (IEBN).  The state educational radio  Jawing a long illness. A fonrter; educational t  rehabilitative, and    ^ ^ ^  Cedar Rapids resident, ho had  pens j on  benefits.    Anita    Terpstra    has    been    re-  been living in California 16    . ,    .    .    .    elected chairman of the Linn . . , . ,    ,     1I1A     .    .    _  Today s veterans have been    Democratic    central    com-     and televis,on  facility board    Fri-  u-    ,    «    I    getting skimpy allowances to- 1    Dcmocratlc centrdl com  dav voted 8-0 on the matter  *    *    *    I up a, ,..U U .      >0     his     retirement,    he    *     ard renfwe  H  d cducation that   m 'ttee.    •    °™    -"on me matte  lie in State from:  Kav , s shoppt .  )u „  or part  reported by Texaco Oil Co. ear- (was employed by lowa-lllinois  evcn cover  , hccosl of lu . Judith Perkins was named »*l*e s appalment* ,effcc-  1:30. Olson-Fjel- y  . ° pp  ’  d   C ,, 0  P  lier thi'week     Gas and  Electric Co. He was;...    .    ,    •    vice-chairman; Joan Long, sec- tive July I. He succeeds John  ...    „    „    ...    3MH33    Adv"'    ° r     In addition, the    country’s five bom June 18. 1894. in Cedar]    .,  h w     -    ond vice-chairman: tv. Douglas Montgomery, who resigned to  Normal for April ....... 2.79     69 '^" da 7 a Yf United Mett    „    *    largest oil companies trimmed Rapids. Mr. Miller was a 50-  P  ’    bovid, secretary: Merle Kopek become director of program-  Normal through April .. —7.81:odist church, where the bod.  p     *    *    *    millions of dollars from their . vea r member of Ciescent l°dge. .    ‘_    .  b b ' same re^ Measurer, and G.irv Mainer, fi- ming for th. national I ublic  Total for 1974 .............. 9.45    will lie in state from I to 2 p.m. Prayer fellowship - The...  m fj b  , AF and AM.    j"*"''™     u  tn ■*”£.  Barometer, falling .........29.87    Visitation    Sunday    afternoon    Ministry    of    Christian    Renewal,     sett j ne UD con tineencv funds for Surviving are a son, Alfred, of  s h>< and honor e aff cl  .49%     a ," d    u "‘“     11    a    m -    Inc., is sponsoring two prayer SSL    a*?    dl    Texas; two brothers, Cecil, of erans of our earlier wars.  A> Monday, Schuitz, Monona.  fellowships Tucsday from 6 t0  jjpo^ble retroactive, crude oil    ^     H( , rbert L Tor .  a.m. arni 8 to IO p.m. at Agape P     nj  _ Exxon Tc;( . rence, Calif.; and two sisters,  house, 387    Seventeenth    street I    '  Be  l S2?, pa ?*f,    S"’JfilMrs. Gale Postel and Mrs  nancial sccretarv  Humidity at noon.....  Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., S at 32, gusts to 42 mph.  Sun rises Sunday, 6:07; sun sets, 7:02.  Year Ago Today — High, 55; low, 40; rainfall, none.  Loss Is $980 in Rash of Thefts From C.R. Ca rs  Degree Days  Friday ...............  Total to date........  Through April 26, 1973 6,633 :^ e( j  Thieves took items valued at,   cnon  r f .    .  r , .. moving from 717 A Ave. NE    to   0  $98(1 from five cars .n friday,  1030  -f h Ave SE  _  Adv   6,578 and Saturday incidents repor-  icp : n     aco, Mobil, Gulf and Standard     4     ^    _  i^ n n  0 vT^r    bf California - say the money     u »y d  »*ert. Cedar Rapids,  tional Day of Prayer.     is  , accd jn (he con(i     Arrangements    are pending al  *    *    *    funds to cover potential retroac-,'Cedar Memorial    funeral home,  f.ffeclive -May I, Drs. Crew,  dve  j ncreascs  j n  costs for the Vanourny and Davis will  b ®'q Uar t cr   Redmond: Should Meef Full Time  —Reagan—  (Continued from Page I.)  Broadcasting Service in Washington, DU.  Ditzel, 40. is currently executive director of the Metropolitan Edmonton Educational Television Assn. His salarv was set at  would be setting the precedent James Redmond, candidate ' hat  “if ^“P.f Person* can a^Oii annually by the IEBN  for the Democratic nomination d™* ' hc 1  f esldcm oul ot of ’  b0afrt ' _  for state senator in the 13th dis-  flcc '  he £ald   Thomas M. Madden  Trying To Cooperate Three Report  * * *  Percent of normal year ...99.09!*''“ *“    I    Wanted:    I    sed    remote    control  Total normal year ......6,631)    A    color television set valued television. 363-9110, 362-7345. —  at $350 was the most expensive Adv. item reported taken. Mildred    *    *    *  Lekin, 1039 Clifton street NE,! Sister Dies — Mrs. Ira Lee  Bayh Sees Fraud On Consumer in  trict, spoke Thursday at a coffee at the home of Alice Ritter,  Thomas Mitchell Madden. 91. 2310 B avenue NE.     th . ,b. 05jdpnt    js  .., rvinE t0   of 115 Twentieth street NE, a jj e  the group state legis-  or)ora t Cedar Rapids resident the last j a tj on  should be worked on full  The California governor sa.d    Tire    Slashings  with the investigators    Three cases of tire slashings  ii years, died Saturday follow.  dme ~ but" that’ legislators” can ‘"'MT ^'^ate and related were reported Friday lo police, w tiw« Horn Ink on '""V T legislators can scandals. He has already given Four juveniles were arrested  ,    _    ing    a long illness. Born July 26.  wor -  on|v  ...... , "  becausf f     wanu.ns. n, ,» «»i i n,  v   Alaska Oil Plan im. at Osceola, WI,, he was Z need 1  0^^001 men, n, me  WASHINGTON (AP) - Sena  ri lboZ, at usceoia, wis., ne wa*  the n(?ed tQ supp i erncnt  incomes a von un " said Reagan  a _:married to Julia Mahoney July  t0 proper iy support their fami- j| e  admitteni. howev  J13, 1912, in Virginia, Minn..  ljes   her car while it was parked in I Chicago and Manhattan Beach. ! >0It ‘ n 8 of Alaskan oil to Japan ^ 1 U’ i;^^ ,m,nr sa ‘ d be wou * d  strive to whole thing” but declined to  w hile it was Darked^t"his her driveway.    (Calif., and sister of Laura jJ C0 “ Id _ end _ up „~i tin «    change    this    situation.    state    specifically    how    ho    would    ^     1    WUS    parked    at    hlS   Dubuque (17) 14.1, no change Davenport (15) 12.4. fall .2 Keokuk (16) 12.5, fall .1  Cedar at C R, (13) 5.27, fall .23  Fires  Madden was a member of St. Matthew’s Catholic  Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets)  M?V ange  ' ! ’ ePOrte<i ,he - Set WaS tak0n froml 5. eenan ’ “.resident of|^ r  r( Ba y h f  ays Jhe planned ex; «  G u ttenberg (15 MFsf f aii h    r*TVo Vires’valued at $.20 and    Vomad.Te Se T«rr« ®!!“ “ h  * »» »il.ionl Mr  two wheel rims valued at $100    died Monday in a hospital in p 0U ?    .  were taken from a car owned San Leandro, Calif., after a long \     d    in   by William M. Oakley, 1733) illness. Burial was Thursday at    .    ,,     l J es ? a . v   Thirty-third avenue SW, while it San Pedro.    '     A f v fP inc     »(    °>'from the new  was parked at Hopp’s Lounge,'    *    *    *    '     a  a      a     P r .    ,    ' E '!    i 9 , 3    and     1934     on t h c  chica"o  ci.tH i ciiT    DI/-    j    wt- 1 crude oil might lead to one of  Jy,w ana iy ”  on ine  '-nicago    ___  .30OT Sixth street SW.    Rock,    Gem    and    Mineral, |h m » greatest frauds ner- ; World’s Fair commission:    in    Stanley    Plans    Walk  „    va .L    ,oT, W °  raCmg  " rCS ValUcd at , Sh0W ' Hawkeye Downs, Cedar  petra|cd    on  g      American '    , on . 1934 he    was    named    chairman    of    lf    He’s Nominated   ,0 ^E- r.ri d «\. l -S!r5 «00 and owned bjr Otis McGow-    Rapids. Saturday, 27th, 1«-9.|^™“    °"     Amencan    eon   |tho  Minnesota    highway    commis    ”    "*     S Nomma,ea   harged with puncturing the tires on a car owned by admitted. how'e\cr. that Eugene Bender, 2632 Waveland "mistakes wore made on this  drjve Nw at 10:4 5pm Friday  resi-  In answer to a question on the have handled the situation dif-1 _    .  , ,    death penalty, he said. “I would ferentlv.     s0     • vear *°‘ ds ’     a    and a   a senate church, a Fourth  d 'Rre(> morn-  npt want (0 bo ap cxccutioncr ConcPrning hls ovvn future  15-year-old youth were turned   tha( the  ber of the :Mights of Columbus  por wou]d  ,  ask ap e|sc  , 0 Re said  ,    ,    over    to    juvenile    authorities  and a member of the Elks club, take a criminal’s life.”    k..    .......  In Minnesota, he served in  J?    , s ‘ rP ^V     at    end     ° f    an ’     1921     Washington avenue Sunday, 28th, 10-5. — Adv.  opruic avenue od.    ai    i    *    »    "  5:05 p.m. Friday. Illegal k* were taken while his car    *    *    *  burning at 3307 Oakland road  1  w r as parked in his driveway.    Cash    Taken    —  NE  5:21 p.m. Friday. Spontaneous  ATLANTIC (AP)  - Herbert asking the senate peTOMent in-  0 ^ the Arrowhead Resort com- :  receives the Republican nomin- to response to a q  » ,.o.  r ,tud,    FM radi0 Kearns ’  1031  Ninth street KW,    I    mission, all bv appointment at ton    mth^vd^   combustion of paint filters  vdlued a -- 100  and two speakers reported Saturday $209 was conduct a probe into the entire from Gov. Floyd B. Olson. He  Ud,k  across the state to meet tcrested  1 , n the    prc ;  to trash at 5300 Harnischfeger I valued at $20 were taken from a taken in a breakin at his resi- matter ”    'was known for his national face-to-face with Iowans.   car  owned by Robert F. Moore, donee.     He    also    said he p!ans to in . distribution of patriotic litera- Stanley said Sen. Dick Clark  . „ r  ,    .    ,    *    *    *    jtroduce    legislation    to    prohibit    ture.  tween Monday and Wednesday, Killian’s Downtown Beauty)the exporting of any Alaskan oil; Surviving are  drive SW  .J-UhT, Jarl a 2,„     2418     Reynolds    avenue    SW,    be!  ta nee eau af 419 G avenue a vv.  be thinking about that.” Rea- .  Two car s parked side by side gan. who will step down as * n a  parking lot in the 1200 block California's chief executive in °f Third avenue SE were re-eight months, said he will wait P° rte d damaged late Thursday “a year or so from now' and  or  early Friday.  David then decide if there is still that Christine Kaufman, 1233 Third  avenue SE, told police the two In response to a question left-side tires on her car were be in- slashed.  presidency! viola Holets, 1237 Third ave-if Nixon leaves office, Reagan    reported    the    two    right-  responded, I don t think so. side tires on hor car were also  D-Iowai proved walking across a daughter,  Iowa is  one of the best ways to Credit Card Theft,  The Indiana Democrat, an op-  s > on *  and 19 ^ 8 be  became a    ;r    kind    nf    talk    ”  ponent of the pipeline, said he is member of the executive board y . - j ..    -    ------  slashed  8 Bikes Gone In Two Days  while it was parked in his drive- Shop Closed Week of April 29th if this would result in higher oil M r '- Ralph D. Hunting, jr.,  taik  with Iowans on a one-to-one    y Se     | s  Reported  ( cdar Rapids; a sister, Hath-j basis.    _    When someone stole a credit  IO   wa y-    to May 4th for Remodeling —| costs to    American consumers.  A tape deck valued at $50 and j the Beauticians will be working Bavh    spoke out after a region-  tapes valued at $40 w'ereiat the Lindale Plaza Shop dur-  a { administrator of the Federal taken from the car of Larding this time. - Adv.    i Energy  office disclosed that be-  Two bicycles valued at $90  K u a | US ’-/' J3 .^^  ourt ^ ca, b  st [ eet     aaa    I cause West Coast refineries  each were rpoorted stolen Sat *  vvas  P arked  bis resi- Pole Missing — A 12-foot sec-! would be unable to handle the •  F rep ° r ed  ° len b3t ‘  dencc -    lion of an 18-foot flag pole was Alaska    pipeline’s full capacity  reported taken Friday or Satur-) of two    million barrels daily, a  I day from the residence of Don-large portion of the oil probably laid F. Hunt, 3032 Ridgemore would be exported to Japan drive SW  urday  Mike Hynes, 1052 Regent street NE, told police his bicycle was taken Friday or Saturday from his yard.  Steven Bauk. 1316 Third street NW, reported his bicycle was taken shortly after midnight Friday from a parking  Blasts Kill 17 Viet Trainees  erine Madden, and a brother, Joseph Madden, both of St. Paul, and five grandsons.  Services: Noon Monday in St. Matthew’s church by the Rev. A. A. Sodawasser. Burial: Mt.J Calvary. Friends may call at Turner chapel east. A wake service will be conducted in the  rn  —identity—  (Continued from Page I)  Blad to borrow good  can) from Connjc Wyckoff , s  ideas from an.vonv. regardless     sbe didn .,  d , scover  , ba  kitchen doorway when someone  of party, said Stanley.    ^     untj ,     she    R0|    a    bj| ,     for     opened fire.  items charged on it.    Shortly    before    Brauner    was  Drug Charge Follows Miss Wyckoff, of Urbana, re- shot, the wounded patrolman  ■ .    ■    .■    f|,    ported Friday that she received was shown a mug shot of  intoxication uliarge a bill from the J.C. Penney Brauner taken three years ago  store for 13 purchases totaling when he was arrested  —MMI An 18-year-old youth arrested  $252 char ged with her card * drunk driving charge Huggins  That in turn will free foreign chapel at 7:30 p.m. Sunday by early Saturday on a charge of___ said     R rauner    was    not    the    man   supplies for shipment in ex-!Father Sodawasser    intoxication    ed     t<    at ___ u J u  ^ who shot him  Best Rental open 7-9 week- change to the U. S. markets,”  Earl  said the federal official. Jack Robertson.  However, Robertson acknow!-'  SAIGON, South Vietnam (AP)! da ys- 8-5 Sundays. — Adv. jot  & at I -Five explosions ripped through |    aaa  First avenue and’Third street  311 audltorium at an  infantry! Burglary Reported SE.  were reported^ake^Friday     17     trainees    and    wounding| JIO® cash and a purse and wai-|terms of the Jaw approving con-)Governor George Wallace was  training center nine miles north Hoffman, 1609 Washington edged later that exports of Alas- $fi61  of Saigon Thursday night, kill.|avenue SE, reported Saturday;kan oil wnuld be illegal under BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UI  .ii, possesion of a «niroiW M.ntiwllo Girl Hurt    , a(cr    d   Black Newspaper Mu^tSfw"  c  '■-*    * - —  David M. Fuller, 1410 A ave- . „-----  --    --    -—  nnp mf arrpstpH at 9 ticello suffered a cut forehead  am in the 200 block of Sixth  and a  P oss ‘ble head injury Fri-  Hu SS ins ’ partner when he was a m. rn the 200 block of Sixth ^ ^ ^  (ar  ^    ^fleeing after Hogans wax  Backs Wallace  Merilee Feldman, 15. of Mon-  vict \ Kennedy was treated for  wounds inflicted by  118, the South Vietnamese mili- Td valued at $5 each were taken J struction of the pipeline. But he . endorsed Thursday by the Bir tary command reported. j in a breakin at his residence. stood by his forecast that West mingham Times, a black news-A communique said North Vi-    Coast refining facilities would paper.  q * r    ^    etnamese or Viet Cong troops    aaa    be    unable    to deal    with the flow in an editorial, the newspaper  ^©T TOT    Oept.    OU fired five mortar rounds into the    Diamond Vogel Faint    Center,(of Alaskan crude.    said    Wallace’s stand on segre  Kent S+a+e Tria  365-  CLEVELAND (UPL — Eight  at  Thieu. but later the  27( M Mt. Vernon Rd. SE. former national guardsmen in-  comrnand sa,d d  bad not deter- 6901- — Adv. dieted in the 1970 death of four  mined the cause of the ex P 1(> l    aaa  Kent State students will go on  SJons ’    Parents:    want    to    travel    for  trial Sept 30 Chief U S District 1 0ne unconfirm e4 report said weekend, week, 2 weeks in Judge Frank Battisti set the f ive Viet  ii   CV)n S disguised as; date Friday.    ____ Hie    auditorium during a politi-j  -ti /x* v qw .v /<• cal indoctrination session. Dur-Uzhf CchtiV ftapiuS c&aiftlf , n g confusion, the  Iowa Jobless Rate 3% of Work Force  DES MOINES (AP) - Iowa’s trainees threw” grenades into my home. References. 377-1959J March jobless rate was three  igation had “softened through jthe years,” and his historic [‘‘stand in the schoolhouse door the early 1960s was done  Adv.  AAA  report Save! Scott’s fertilizers at last  said -  four of lhem  escaped; the year’s prices. Pierson’s Florists, 5&>6 si ond' cfo$s C  PoVoa°e lc &!d ow a 0 t  0,h ” r W3s  captured and admit- 1800 Ellis Blvd. NAV. Open Sun-  ted he was a Viet Cong agent. | day.  However, Saigon’s chief mill  Cador Rapids, Iowa  -Adv.  percent of the work force, compared to 3.6 percent in February and 3.1 percent in March, 1973, the Iowa employment security commission said Saturday.  street SW by officers who allegedly saw him staggering.  After Fuller was in custody, a search at the police station allegedly turned up a substance believed to be hashish.  Fuller’s bond was set $1,030 He was taken to county jail.  Hurt in Cash  MILLVILLE — Denise Miller, 18, and Kenneth White, 20,  was riding struck a utility pole.  She was treated at Mercy hospital and released. She was a passenger in a car driven by Randy E. Harms, 16. also of  a{  Monticello.  Harms told police he was) 17,  g after Huggins was wounded. He was charged with attempted murder and a hit-and-run accident.  in  “because this was what the voters wanted him to do and this is what put him in office.  “This editorial support for both of Guttenberg, were in-Mr. Wallace is in no way saying jured Friday night when their he has done all the things he cars were involved in a collision should have for blacks in Alaba- two miles east of here. ma,” the editorial said. “It is(-  Subscription rotes bv carrier 13 cents week. By moll; Nlgnt edition and  Resident employment in simply saying that he is the best *    *    *    I    March    was    1.2    million,    up    25.500    s    candidate in this race.”  Models needed for free hair- from February and 17.800 from The newspaper said Wallace  one year earlier.    ^    brought national recognition to  possibility that the ;  Workshop. Call for appoint-    The    commission    said only    the state and is in “the best  Tho Associated Press is entitled exciu- j —r—-ame from grenades mcnt: Cedar Rapids School of    seven    workers were    laid off last  oiMhe /ocaTnew* e p r mted r °nVw'i^ewspo-  ttlrown     by disgruntled trainees j Men’s Hairstyling, 362-1488.-    week    because of    the energy  who were not Viet Cong. | Adv.    ;    shortage    —    a    record    low.  In Hospital  CALMAR — Victor J. Krall, Calmar, was taken to a driving east in the 1500 block of;Rochester, Minn., hospital early First avenue E at 9:18 p.m Saturday following a one-car when another ear cut him off crash near here about midnight and he swerved to the right to Friday. He suffered severe head avoid a collision, hitting the injuries. Authorities have filed a pole.    charge against him of failing to  No charges were filed.    have his car under control.  For 61 years...  flowers for all occasions  JJS*’*MKS? arflinf SS"sin®} I  tar >'spokesman said he knew of Models needed for free hair-! ["rn    do.    °,«r r    110 arresl * and he would not styling. April 28th and 29th. RH  £L°..Tf'i  su ‘ > * (r| ' >,ion * oeceptpd in areas rule out the possibility that the • Workshop. Call for appoint-  hovlng Gazette carrier service  per as well as all AP news dispatches.  i explosions  position in the world to bring j jobs and employment to Alabama.”  WEDDING FLOWERS  for Beauty from .  PIERSON’S" 0 ,"  Your FTO Florist 1X00 Kills Blvd. NW I lowerphone  JOHN E. LAPE* .  Tt*  Convenient downtown location  308 Third Avenue S E.  365-0511   

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