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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa _ NAIIONM 30.? 4 He A r lit I RVlCf fDRKAST to I St fofiO - 74 Mrs. John J. Burrows l,eah J Burrows. 80. of 712 Edward of California; two sisters, Katherine McFauIl, St Tenth street NW. widow' of J.,Im £le«b«rg. Ha., and Margaret I James  .....,    rvlur Thorescn, Manila Rapids Murder Tria Set in Jones For Conner The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tri., May IO, 1074 Family Saved by Quick Action by Doctor, Police ANAMOSA Atwell The body will be returned to I Conner,    29. accused here of the Cedar Rapids fur burial.    murder    and rape of Maureen Connolly, 17, Cedar Rapids Carlos F. Lonq    March    l0- Thurtday Pled r -    Docent    of murder, waived his ",l os    i'nu •    to    a    speedy    trial    and    re-    Michael Wiley, 18, was Memory lane bb died Ihursday'^.uesf^d a trial date of Aug.5.    serious condition. His mother, vsxsvs.tx1  «  ?   -»» FU  mMM fur n    hw    lo,    J*.    IO Born July 17, 1915, al Vinton, he James Burrows, and a Cedar resident the last 65 years, died Friday iii a Cedar Rapids nursing home following a brief illness. Born Sept 17, 1893, at Rose Hill, sin1 was married to Mr. Burrows May 20, 1933, at Waterloo Mrs Burrows was a fur finisher for Charles Greenberg Furriers for 30 years. She atte nd cd Olivet Presbyterian was married to Dorothy flhlir(,'?'!fl    mcm^rr    f-oots Jan. /, 19.19, at Vinton, ire j    jones county attorney re the Vl vV Auxiliary and a was employed by the Harmsch- sisted of the Junior! Three members of a family Hayes. Michael was found col-were admitted to St, Luke’s hcs-llapsed on the front porch, but pital early Friday suffering was conscious, from carbon monoxide poison-) Mrs. Wiley and the baby were ing caused by a defective chirm removed from an upstairs bed-ney at their residence.    room. They were awake, but in confused, he said. Gas I hick in Jones county district, court Motion Resisted I) He .    .    ,    I    .    -      the    requested    trial    date charter member of the Eagles leger Corp. for 30 years He was an(j asked District Judge Clin Alodiary.    a veteran of the U.S. army dur- ton Shaeffer to set the trial for Surviving are a son, James lf. mg World war II.    May 28 Rapids, two Surviving are his wife, three Police donee at t WO ut I WI Al Mf ft f OUK AS! $ Rain is expected Friday night from the oicfdle Gulf coast northward through the Ohio-fennessoe valley and into the vicinity of tile Lalces, as well as in the middle Rockies. where friends may call after 7 Saturday. Marengo Paul W Schul ekloth, 54, Sunday at 2 at Hoover-Valentine’s, where Masonic services will be held Saturday at 7:30. two 8r a ^ daughter s , Mrs Everett Schacht, Cresco; Mrs. Lawrence Kos, Cedar Rapids; Gillick, Cedar grandsons; and granddaughters. Services:    Monday noon at Francis(KinaVi^nh^    i* Dr,V'    ^rs'    Ar^ur Altman, Solon;    two deprive the defendant of a EE?. h    L    D    .    ,    rCshy'    sons,    Gerald, Cedar Rapids,    and trial They also tohan diuech Burial: Wymore^ „offman „;stas. cemetery at Rose Hill. Friends    hic may register at Turner east. L 7 .    ’    Wn/|j M ' tK may register at Turner east. It) °    ,    W??d’ f,?nm J Judge Shaeffer set May 20 as Mrs.    Charles Alen, Atkins    and:the date for motions to be filed I Mrs.    Richard Heidbreder,    Wa-: and then set June 3 at 9 a rn.    for terloo; a brother, Clarence, Vin the murder trial. ton; and four grandchildren 111.; Vin- Defense attorneys resisted this motion saying they had prior commitments and that it was too short a time and would fair They also indicated there would be several motions filed in the case. Brett, five months, were in good! °r Mayes, who prated the condition    |X)llce    for thoir qulck resP°nse’ were railed to the rest- the carbon monoxide eon- 2506 First avenue NE lcnt ■" ,hc    80 h'Rh that shortly before midnight by the and 'w0    wcrer family's physician    come. They did not require hoe- |/t.|t nj    |)ital treatment. Dr Gary Hayes said Michael He said Michael’s speech dur called him to report he couldn’t i°g the telephone call indicated see and felt ill. Dr Hayes, who,the problem might be caused by told, him to leave the house, air inside the home. was the request of Mrs. Burrows that flowers be omitted called police and then drove to the home. Police arrived just after Dr. Ray Indicates A Campaign on His Own Record The retire come, family was preparing to for the night when over-Dr. Hayes said. The Weather Magistrate's Court Speeding    Jeffrey Stan hope, Waterloo; lined $00 and costs, Mark Simmons, no address; fined $50 and costs. Mark Simmons, no address; fined I $35 and costs. Thomas Bowler, Charles Castine Charles E. Castine, 40, Cedar Rapids resident most High temperature* Thursday, low tem perjures overnight and inches ct precipitation : Anchorage M M M L. Anqele* »7 59 Atlanta    HI    61    OB    Miami    85 73 Bismarck    ab    47    .08    Mm'apolis    44 43 Chicago    44    40    N Orleans    86 ta Denver 83 51.01 New York 66 511.36 Duluth    SI    35    Phoenix    93 68 Honolulu    85    73    .02    Seattle    58 45    .07    Hiawatha-    Francis    Rester    CoiZ- Houston    8262145    Washington    49 59    ail    niawama,    riancis    rvesicr,    wuk- M—Missing. Extended Forecast Chance of rain in the Eastern portion Sunday and Monday. Continued cold with highs in the 80s. Ixjws mostly in the 40s. C. R. Weather Illinois Man Charged with Gambling Count Preliminary hearing has been Rapids High Thursday  .............51    fined $30    and costs.    Faye Low overnight ...............42    3340    Oakland    road ., °    -n    NE; Melvin    Baker, 1004    Wiley Noon friday  ™    boulevard NW; Matthew    Hoff- 2 p.m. Friday.............57’man. 2200 Johnson avenue NW; precipitation ............Trace    each fined    $25 and    costs. Tn*-ji rn,- Mo*    n on    Kathryn Pettit.    6118 Under- for May .............? J?!    wood avenue SW; Joseph Van Normal for May .......... J 59    De Walle, Palo;    each fined $20 Normal through May ......11.40    and costs. gon; Dennis Bush, BO Oklahoma avenue SW; Gary Sevening, 809 Ninth street SW; Charlotte Bacon, 1722 B avenue NE; Mark Simmons, no address; Richard Ernig, 2061 H avenue NE; Richard Adams, 4558 Mt. Vernon road SE; Rita Frank,    „    ...    .    .    . route three. Cedar Rapids; Car- sections of (he slate s new gam-roll Robinson, Rockford; each I hung law. his life, died Thursday following a sudden illness in Chicago where he lived briefly. Born July 24, 1933, at Milwaukee, he was employed by Swift and Co for five years. He was a member of the Bethel AME Methodist church of Cedar a Chapel of Memories at 1:30 p.rn of Monday by the Rev. Neville G set for 1:30 p.m. May 20 in magistrate’s court for an Illinois man arrested for violating four Striking unattended vehicle — Bradley Thompson. 1624 Twenty-third street NW; fined $30 and costs. Joseph Foarde, 617 Fifteenth street SE; fined $20 and costs. Vehicle control violation Jeffrey Michalicek, 2532 Glen Elm drive NE; fined $15 and costs. Total for 1974 ..............11.91 Barometer, steady ........29.91 Humidity at noon ..........80% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. SE at 15 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 5:51; sun sets, 8:16. v..,.-    T«1«u    11 inh 71 failure lo use Mullin mil ll Year Ago Today - g , Dvorak, 959 Oakland road NE; low, 50; rainfall, none.    fined $20 and costs. t    Resisting    an officer — .lames Travelers Forecast    Gatto, mo Tenth    street NE; Saturday    lined $30 and costs Weather, Hi-Le Plate violation — Terry Me- Bismarck ........Clrng    61-37 j Murrin, 516 Cobban court SE; Chicago    .    .    Shwrs    64-511 fined $10 and costs. Cincinnati    <    loudy    nil-.'!    Driver’s    license    violation Cleveland .....  .Cloudy    65-48;    Joyco Heisler, 1219 Twenty- first avenue SW; fined $20 and choice. The casket will Surviving are his parents, Mr. closed at 1:15 p.m. Monday, and Mrs. George Rice, Cedar)    _ Des Moines . Detroit Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee . . Mph.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls . 65-48 Rain 63-45 ,.. Rain 61-45 . Shwrs 70-54 .Cloudy 75-48 . . Shwrs 57-45 . .Shwrs 59-42 , Shwrs 67-44 • Tshwrs 70-48 . .Shwrs 61-3 Degree Days Thursday......21 Total to date............6,717 Through May 9, 1973 ... 6.768 Percent of normal year .101.20 Total normal year ......6,631 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 7.1, no change I .ansing (IB) ii.7, fall 2 Dam 9 (18) 17.3, fall .3 McGregor (18) 9.7. fall 2 Guttenberg (15) 8.5. fall ,2 Dubuque (17) 10.9, fall .1 Davenport (15) 9-4, fall .5 Keokuk (16) 9.6, fall .2 Cedar at C R. (13) 1.78, rise .or, Coralville Pool level Friday Births — St. Lake 675.32 Lukes May 4 Dr. and Mrs. David Kresnieka. 264 Northview place NE, a daughter. May 6 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boettcher, 920 Wesl I t nth avenue, Marion, a daughter. May 9 To the families of Richard Seheit. 112 Oklahoma avenue SW, a daughter; Raymond Hyman. 2624 Willow street SW, a son Ie wsk i, 1423 NW, a daughter costs. Studded tires Carroll Merkel, 1038 Seventeenth street NE; fined $15 and costs. Iowa Deaths n I What Cheer — Paul A Palmer, 81. Saturday at 2, Harden’s. Burial: Sixteen cemetery. Belle Plaine Steve L, Malcom. 47. Monday at 10:30, First Congregational church. Masonic services Sunday at 8, Peffers-Halverson’s. Visitation aller noon Saturday. Marengo — Elsie Kochn, 83. Hoover-Valontine’s. Walford — Mary L. Dutt-linger, 87. Saturday at IO at St. Mary's church, Iowa City. Burial: new section St. Joseph’s cemetery. Rosary Friday at 8 at Donohue’s, Iowa City. Edgewood Ella A. Appleton, 94, Mora, Minn., formerly of Manchester. Monday at 1:30 at Edgewood Methodist church. Friends may call at Shelly's, Manchester, after 7 Saturday. Tipton — Raymond E. Spencer, 67. Monday at 1:30 at First United Methodist church. Rose Croix services at 8 Sunday at Sheets and Son, where friends may call after 9 a.m. Sunday. Ryan Marx E. McEnany, 82. Monday at 10:30 at St. Patrick's church. Rosary at 8 Saturday and Wake service at 8 Sunday at Shelly’s, Manchester, Tom O’Connell of Decatur, IIL, was arrested Wednesday night by Des Moines county sheriff’s officers at the Plaza hotel in Burlington, where he had been operating weekly bingo games. He was arrested on warrants from Linn county as a result of charges filed April 18 by Linn county Attorney William Faches. He was released after posting j$2,000 bond, $500 on each of the four charges. State Complaint The charges were based on a complaint by Robert R. Schrieber, supervisor of the area office of the Iowa Department of Revenue in connection with incidents April 7. O’Connell, doing business under the names of American Scholarships, Inc.; Inter-American Scholarships, Inc.; Great American Scholarships, Inc., and Equal Opportunity Scholarships, Inc., was charged with: Conducting a raffle with prize values over $25; Rapids; and two sisters, Mary Ann Graham, Milwaukee, and Connie Brooks, Cedar Rapids. Services:    Cedar    Memorial Chapel of Memories at IO a m. Defense attorneys told the! Services:    Cedar    Memorial    judge    they    would    file a written motion resisting the trial date. Linn Charges Conner is accused along with George Junior Nowlin in the Connolly case. Nowlin, who received a plea extension for psychiatric tests, is scheduled to plead May 31. Both men also are accused of b0 the murder and robbery of Michael Servey, 18, Cedar Rapids, the same date, in Linn county I action. I They have been held in the in- Linn county jail. Bond for Con- GOP Platform Meet Tonight; Invite Public If remarks made by Governor; 'f he platform development. Robert Ray in a Cedar Rapids committee for (he upcoming Clayton of Cedar Christian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the Cedar Memorial funeral home after I p.m. Sunday. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate to the charity of their press conference Friday afternoon are any indication of his campaign plans, he will attempt to disassociate himself from President Nixon and the nation a1 Republican party. Linn county Republican convention will hold a public hearing at 8 tonight in the community room of the Peoples bank east. “The session has been scheduled to allow interested per- Infant Funk James Roger Funk II, J James Roger Funk II, in-ineK stands at $325,(HK) on the fant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Tuesday, by the Rev. George R- Funk’ Oklahoma City, died Moore of Bethel AME Methodist at birth Wednesday. Surviving church. Burial: Cedar Mcmori- are his parents, maternal Al- four charges. Bond for Nowlin on the three charges for which bond was allowed, is $300,000. a1 Friends may call at the Cedar Memorial funeral home after 3 p.m. Sunday and at the Chapel of Memories after 9 a m. Tuesday. The family suggests that grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.| friends may, if they wish, do-leonard Johnson, Cedar Rapids. Zookeepers a Pair grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. bert Sturm, Cedar Rapids; paternal grandparents, Mr. andlQaf Mrs. Clark O. Funk, Strawberry _    ^ Point; and maternal great- 0/ S UT prises There’s a new pride in the nate to the heart fund. Military Private graveside services: 3:30 services will be conducted by lp m. Saturday at Cedar Memo-the American Legion.    rial by the Rev. John Hardy of _First Christian church. Arrange Kenneth V. Sharpe Kenneth V. Sharpe, 60, of 226 Twenty-seventh street NW, died Friday in a Maquoketa nursing homo following a long illness. ments by the funeral home. Cedar Memorial Memorial Services Koutnik, Ann M. — 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Wenceslaus church by the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial: St. John’s. Ar-rangcments by Kuba funeral home east. Ilamrlin, Dorothy,    IO a.rn Saturday in Jancba-Kuba funeral home west, by the Rev. Robert Cizek of St. Ludmilas church. Burial: Linwood. Divis, Lester A.    2 p.m. Saturday in Jancba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. George McDill. Burial: Czech National. Friends may, if theyi wish, contribute to the charity j of their choice. Born July 4, 1913, in Fairfield, he had been a resident of Cedar Rapids 33 years. He had been employed by Link-Belt Speeder and was a veteran of World war II. He and Gwcnneth Marian were married Dec. 25, 1941, in Cedar Rapids. Surviving besides his wife arc [two daughters, Karen Sue | Mercer and Leslie Sharpe, both Conducting bingo games and raffles without having a 30- by 30-inch sign postde giving the rules of the game, the cost of the game, and the name and permanent address of the operator posted; Conducting bingo games on rented premises where    the I at i owner did not have a gambling ReVi Richard Osing of Trinity license;    Lutheran church. Friends may And, conducting a raffle and ca!| at Turner’s from ll a.m. offering to buy back a prize for saturday to I p.m. Monday. The $150    caskct wi|| not ^ opened after Ration and over $17 million dur O’Connell formerly operated |the service.    mg the first five years of the popular bingo games at the!    _ Clarice Murphy Clarice Chilberg Murphy, 88. | to a former Cedar Rapids resident, died Friday in a Maquoketa nursing home following a long illness. Born Feb. 9, 1886, in Bishop Hill, 111., she had lived —Homes— (Continued from Page I I Montrose hotel Illinois Convictions Last year, he pled guilty of Cedar Rapids; Three sons, Robert F. James C. and Gary A., Cedar Rapids; a sister, Garnet Cochran, Hutchinson, Kan., and two brothers, Wendell, of Geneseo, 111., and Gerald, Mt. I Pleasant. Services: Turner chapel west! 30 p.m. Monday by the I property have risen from practically nothing during the Roo-sevelt-Truman era to over $5 million in the Johnson adminis- Nixon administration.” Johnson Property Bever park zoo A pride of lions, that is, in-stead of a pair, since “Louise” gave birth to a pair of cubs Friday morning. louise, nearly three years old, and Lou. nearly six, took up joint residence last July. The idea, of course, was cubs — the first born in Cedar Rapids. Even so, the happy event came as a surprise to zoo officials, who hadn’t known l»uise was pregnant. The cubs were first noticed early Friday morning by Kim McFadden, 3911 Mt. Vernon road SE, and his nephew. Philip Anderson, 4. of 1716 Second avenue SE. Information about the sex of the new arrivals, or what they will be named, wasn’t available Friday. Asked if he intends to ask sons to submit proposals for the Nixon to campaign for him in1 committees consideration,” acids bid for a fourth gubernato- cording to platform committee rial term, Ray said, “I’ve never chairman Esther Strother. She before asked him to, and this is emphasized that the session is hardly the time to start ”    open to the public and “not res- He commented he had no tricted just to Republicans ” more to do with Watergate than Mrs. Strother urged persons anyone else in the room and interested in making proposals hoped voters would realize this, to the committee to provide a «T.onfirfenc**    , Writtcn C0Py °f their ProP°Sal to facilitate consideration by the “I have great confidence in committee, she added, the people of Iowa to differen- Subcommittees named to tiate between what happened in develop specific subject areas Washington and what happens of the platform and persons in Iowa,” he added.    heading subcommittees are: The governor did say that the National affairs, Evart Vroon-Rcpublican party is in a land; government administra-“gloomy” condition because of tion, Carol Dillard; labor, Buzz the Watergate troubles, but he Brown; law, Jay Kacena; legis-still contends that this should lative reform, Esther Strother; not influence his upcoming race, i transportation, Charles Stroth-Ray will campaign on the man; energy, Mary Frye; educ-record of the his last six years ation, June Chabot; taxation, in office, but contended he can- Bob Tow; environment, Mary not debate issues with Demo- lansing; human rights, Ray-cratic candidates until “they mood K i rn rn; agriculture, stand for something.”    (George Davis; and preamble “Only Attack”    and    recognitions,    Ed    Lundquist. “All they have done so far is ..................-   -...... attack me,” he claims. “I don’t] know what they stand for.” Ray said he had not read the: presidential transcripts but feels the proper forum for discussion of the issue is in the congress. I He did say he hopes the question is concluded “as rapidly as awards to two Cedar Rapids possible ”    handicapped workers and two The situation, he commented, i 1^1 firms and issued four cerias drained and sapped energy U*ficate}> of merit at the Ar-from the country. "    ,nory    luncheon    meeting    of the Governor Ray is .scheduled to Citizens’ Committee for the leave Sunday for a trade trip to handicapped. China. He hopes the sale of Margaret Hathaway, 10 3 0 Staub court Given Awards At C.R. Luncheon For Handicapped Gov. Robert Ray Friday gave Iowa products to China will result. —Housing— (Continued from Page I.) -Impeachment- (Continued from Page I.) Subpoena Discussion Committee Chairman Peter Rodino (D-N.J.) at a briefing NE, was recognized for her work as a film inspection clerk at the Joint County School System office. Allen Hand, route 2, Center Point, received an award for his achievements as a timekeeper for Cherry-Burrell Co. Cherry-Burrell and Jack Cookman of the Burns Detective the draft report says. It says the evidence is that the secret service and other agencies “have abused the discretion given them.” And it said: “As a result, gov- committee may discuss subpoe- V*‘ILk “I'‘‘‘“I‘ ‘‘ em,nom expenditures for nil nos next week purposes at privately owned) T I V Ii u I I 8 agency were named outstanding after the dosed hearing said the!,.|rRe .m(J sma„ employers o{ Some members feel Nixon Recognized service on for meritorious behalf of han- four charges of gambling in Illinois involving bingo games he ran there. An official of the Illinois de- partment of revenue said near East Moline until coming to O’Connell’s license to conduct Births — Mercy 2624 Willow    -s 1: c.m-ory Kisi- Credit Croup Twelfth street1    ' Elects Officers Val ;ivc- May 9 Mi and Un Souchtk. 6303 Eastview nue SW, a son. Marriage Licenses Ruth Robbins and Edward Undcrberg, Janice Radloff and Marvin Jones, Vicki Peconka and Steven Ohde. Janice Vrba and Clement Philipp, Linda Perkins and Duane McQuerry, ail of Cedar Rapids. Connie Eggers, Marion, and Steven Rolken, Springville, such games was revoked at a hearing after he pled guilty to the charges . Gas Prices Rise BETTENDORF< AP) -vey of 75 Iowa service It says $5.9 million was spent Home Uaft Bank System to buy ishould be subpoenaed and citedjdi    d individuals were connection with former Pres- up c0"venr|'°"al mol£ages    cont‘'mPt    of ,ton8rcss ‘f H Tail and Dottle Cummins, ,.u____...  savings and loans. The commit-1 refuses to comply. His refusal in ident Johnson s property, in- 1430 ments would be limited to mort- Cedar Rapids. She    was    a member of the United    Methodist    I at the LBJ    Ranch and    Haywood church.    Ranch    in Texas and    office in Surviving are a son.    John    E.    Austin,    and    $253JKK) for air traf fic control at the LBJ Ranch airstrip. The draft report recommends of tightening of control of all feder Fires mal low) 2:35 pm. Thursday function of alarm at Eleventh street SW, 12 05 .I in Kl ida.\ Defective chimney iii 2 i06 j'nst avenue NE. ll I.. a iii Kl i<l.t\ Electric arc to gasoline al 1319 Fir-1 ; trct*|jgingered Sales, Inc,, outgoing *sf    president,    netsQMPtdcounselor. I'he Cedar Credit directors leased an average of about two|5^Tdtodl“ Burial: a i s an na nu ui^    cents    a gallon the past week.    UCH Kl Friends may call at Connie Waybill, Chandler Co., A spokesman for the club said    *    untl|    |(, a m president; Dwight Olinger, Ga- price changes ranged from two Th(, raske( W|,| ^()f bp opcn^j zetle Co, first vice-president; j to huh' cents a gallon more for d((,r ,|10 smi(.e Jane Moravce, Apache Hose regular gasoline compared to a and Rubber, Inc. second vice- week ago.    _. .    ,    D D president: Louise Schwartz. He said about half of the sta- Richard r. borrows United State bank, treasurer; lions surveyed did not raise    Richard    P Barrows, 68. died Alice Houston, Ar-Jay Building I prices    May 9 in Miami He was born Product*, Inc . Mildred Per-    Aug ‘ill, 1905, at Storm Lake. He locka, Crescent Electric, Jean- to YEARS AGG A giant was graduated from Cue college ette Baumier, Maker Paper Co., sli p closer lo the moon was in 1929. He is survived bv his wife •, .    .    00,ua *j,u?ai|Miami drive NE, for their work eluding $2.5 million for commu-1 gages of $35,000 or less andli^achment^hersay01111 *” iVn rT**    it nications, $904,000 for security would have the effect of giving] Over the objections of Rcp Lhooi system for establishment agents, $328,000 in security costs!the institutions more money to!john Conyers (D-Mich.) theLf the Tgy,or elenientary s^i lend    lcommittee    voted 31-6 to close)rph„hi.baHftn rpnt_p Tho third element in the Pres- Ttarsdny’t session to television! Tho Multigraphics division of .den is program involved $4 btl- and press coverage. Rodino sa.d Address0grap h M u \ 11 graph ,.,n(nro r panij., fivAt    lion to advance to the same sav-closed sessions were necessary anH Ranine attnr- I grandchildren; IO grcat-gread- ^lc conlr°1    RalK'h    i"RS and ,oa"s at a ral° b®1®* j because the evidence "may tend ^ Gcra|d Fatka/1627' Holly- children;    a sister. L,    Iii a nalrstnP    their current borrowing costs,    to defame,    degrade or uicrimi-j wood boulevard NE Two    fipntc    in    Week    Born!,oft.    Hast Moline,    and a The drat! report    recommends:    I hose are positive steps, bu!    nate some    persons Unordered I WO UBIII9 III ffWI|broth(i. 0|h( child Were of tightening of control of all feder-!,ho hest long-range solution to the TV cameras wheeled out " A suriBishop Hill, III    a1 security expenditures directly the housing problem is to con-    To    0nIy 0ne _    ,,    .    ,    stations Services. Turner chapel west under the secret service for pro-rluer *he inflation problem, Rapids Assn. of(by the Motor (lub of biwa . 10-30 am Monday bv tho tenting Presidents’ and vice Nixon said.    James    St. Clair, Nixons chief Management ducted the (shows    gasoline    prices    have    in-|II->t stephen Root of St    james residents’homos    “Inflation picks at the pocket-I a w > t'r,    was admitted but Linn* I It recommends    reporting    of I book for other items, it leaves 1    warned that he could convey Turn-(such expenditures to congress Monday, j he required every six months. It also recommends the government take back any equipment and material it    can when its protection of a    President ends and that the bt* reimbursed for verable items that enhance the! “lf the nation is to build the value of his property,    !    foundation for a more stable housing industry, less suscepti-30 YEARS AGG    President    .blo to    the market fluctuations Roosevelt asked congress for an    which    now characterize the-' ——; former I ahs Mac Davis, CedarL^in^ $15 billion    for the    housing market, certain steps) Rapids; a daughter, Sandra; armV( bringing the total to $49 must bo taken which require three grandchildren; a brother, billion for the next fiscal year.    congressional action,” he said. less to save for a down payment I what he heard to only one out on better housing or for higher monthly payments for better housing ” Prods Congress Nixon urged congress to move government1 faster on his legislative proposal^ tinrcco- als to help the housing market. Richard Nixon. Robert Havel, Iowa Pipe and    (akon from    While    Bands    inissilt Supple (’n.. Inc., and Kenneth I range, N M    , with    the testing of Gates, Terry Dunn, Co., board    the Apollo    spacecraft    escape of directors.    system Howard Bringer of Weeo En-    —...........-    ....... the Duane Feltz, Cedar Rapids, of the state vocational vehabilita-tien department. 20 YEARS AGO - Senator Smithers (D-Fla.) charged that France and Britain had shown in the lndo-China crisis that „ .    .    ,    they no longer could be counted Clair, talking to reporters I as u s part|K„ predicted the house would not. l1jmi1iunisl aggreiuaon impeach Nixon. He said he had - no plans to bring “my client” to testify. The hearings are expected to continue until July. Rodino said he hoped sessions after May 211 would be open to news and tele-! vision coverage. sider St against Shm't Special! let hr,-Know with Dowers PIERSON’S shop v 1800 I LMS BLVD. NW’?*^r I lovu-i phone .'MiH-1826 Kl 4 ssHSUv- BROSH CHAPEL JOHN K LARES flown I for all occasions ( cdar Rapids " lift nlt'il In I'nhlu Sr nim" Inquire Afxnit Dur Pre-arranged Service* iVHfc Solon ION 3rd \\e. .Mi.)-Ari 11 si <c s o let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-81 39 phone answered 24 hours every day Serving all faiths since 1888. .)()hn IVIhriKT&Son Turner s Last, 800 Second Ave. SE Turner s West, 1221 First Ave. West ;

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