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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 Tile Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Alay 18, 19*. I NAIIONAt WlATHt* MRVICt /OtiCAM Ie AM ISI * - It - I* Steering Wheel Failures Cited 30.00 **ff '""i i IOWIH TtMHRAlum V^V? -to 3000 \ un WI Aint MOTCX AST $ 'lf Of HD 1 ma RAIN * : x TF™ %■• ft .JC yr ZjL /*- showers SNOW AIR MOW Showers and rain are expected Saturday night from the northern Rockies eastward through the northern plains and into the Great Lakes area. Clear to partly cloudy skies elsewhere. -Daily Record— The Weather High temperatures Friday, low tem peraiures    overnight    and incus    of    pre cipitation: Anchorage    45    33    .15    L Angelet    *8    55 Atlanta    87    *5    Miami    87    7* .08 Bismarck    45    43    Min'apol't    73    55 Chicago    M    M    M    N. Orleans    8 T    *8 Denver    MMM    New York    *3    *3 Duluth ... M    M    M    Phoenix    It    *3 Honolulu    MMM    Seattle    43    47    .ll Houston    MMM    Washington    93    72 M — Missing. vest in .t t ion at 2120 Ninth street SW. 7; 14 ani. Saturday. Water Police Arrest Two, Seek Third In Tavern Fight Police have arrested two men WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Hospitalized Mrs. Gail Ward Administration says it has re- has been transferred from Hall* irised    lepoits    that    cot tain    1969     mar convalescent    home to Mer- and    19/0    model    General    Motors    .    ... ears have had steel ing whM| cy hospital, where she w under- failures without warning.    jgoing further treatment. No The agency said Friday that) visitors are permitted. 35 owners of 1969 Camaros and    *    *    * 1970 full-sized Chevrolets. Novas! Antique Show, Hawkeye and Chevelles reported their    Downs,    May 18 and 19.—Adv. steering wheels broke apart at    *    *    * the hub. None reported fatalities    Heritage    Society —    The    Linn or serious injuries.    county Heritage Society board meeting will be held Tuesdayat 7:15 p.m. in the Heritage room at the public library. * * * Emil’s Delicatessen    will    be closed Saturday,    May    18th.    — Adv. * * * n .,    ..    .    Television Taken — Eugene Rapids resident 42 j^ars and a Po|aski 3Q25 Waveland drive retired    “ F Born Dec. 25,    1883, near Bloomfield, he was married to Frances Hamilton Zier July 21. 1951, at Davenport. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist church. Franklin lodge, AF and AM, and Gethsemane White Shrine. Mr. Headrick was a graduate of Southern Iowa Car Entered — James Hill ; linger, 3549 Redbud road NE, told police Friday a tape player Ammonia Fumes Eastern iowans Cause Extensive To Pe J a ° c ' e n Sa " si y on Livestock Loss DEATHS Three Cedar Ilapidians, a Hazleton man and a former Cedar Rapids couple left New York Saturday to join some 20,000 others at an international peace meeting in Cassino, Italy. Leaving Cedar Rapids Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ernest, 1832 Eighth avenue SW; Charles Sweeney, 109 Janice drive NW; and Jerry Snoble, Hazleton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abo-deely, formerly of Cedar Rapids Clay T. Headrick Clay Taylor Headrick, 90, of 224 Ninth street NW, a Cedar HiredI employe cif Rollick and Nw ' report( , d Krjd a (e|cvj . Ord. died friday.     s j on    se( va | ued a t $200 was taken from the Spin City Laundromat, 12 Wilson avenue SW. * * * LaSalon Bleu has openings for full time and part time hairdressers. 393-5452.—Adv. * * * Breakin    Reported    —    A    clock radio valued at $75,    an    electric undetermined were reported C. R. Weather High Friday ............... 65 Low overnight .. ....... Noon Saturday 2 p.m. Saturday ..... Rainfall ................82 Normal at Bloomfield and was a typewriter of former teacher in Davis county. va j ue an( j $39 Surviving in addition to his    taken in a breakin at the resi- wife are a daughter, Mrs. Jo-    dence of Benedict Meyer, 2024 soph Langr, Key West, Fla.; a Sherwood drive NE. .    .    ,    .    . . .    .son. Dan C., Cedar Rapids; two    *    *    * 13(H B    ivvnuoNW     asemcn    at    and    are    seeking    a    third    in    con- 1 s t e pdaughters, Mrs. Raymond    Opening for Beautician, full or 7.43    a    rn.    Saturday.    Air-e-    nection    with    a    fight early    Satur-C. Freeman and Mrs. Eugene    part time, Becky’s Fashionette. vac at airport.     !t j a y a t a tavern.    Dyrland, both of Cedar Rapids;'NW Side, 365-9649.—Adv. Iowa Deaths    Police    responded to a report, ^ our S r ^dchildrem seven great- Toddville — J. Irene Morris, I a fi 8 ht at Mike ’ s Lounge, 2210 grandchildren ALTA VISTA - Four valued at $60, 12 tapes valued at'members of the Truman Dvorak $59 and a shift lever valued j family were hospitalized and $/    were    taken    from    his    car^heavy livestock damage    was    rewhile    it    was    parked    at    tho ported after anhydrous    amino- Ground Round restaurant, 3939! n j a f umes leaked from a tank First avenue SE.     on the family farm late Friday *    * *    'night. Experience Counts! For Truck Reports indicated as many as Lettering and General Sign 6() dairy cows and a large Painting, call Bob Martin Sign number of calves anti pigs died Company, 363-6371, evenings f rom ( j 10 f umes> Many other 363 5589.—Adv.    !animals on the farm were re- *    *    *    ported    “very sick.”    .    ,    _    ,    ,    .... Classes for May Beauty Bas- Authorities said Gerald hut now living in Toledo, Ohio, kets will be Wednesday May 221 Dvor a k, 24, and his younger were to join them in New York at 1:30 p m. The Spinning brother, Stephen, 19, were Wheel. 108 29th St. NE. 365- transferring anhydrous ammo- 0231.—Adv.     n j a t 0 a smaller tank when the * * *    safety valve popped on the Linn County Community Food smaller tank emitting the paigns at Cassino Bank Steering Committee 7:30 fumes.    Many    of    the    Americans    fighf- Monday,    May    20th,    First    Pres-     T j ie two brothers raced to the ing at Cassino were with the byterian Church,    310 5th    St.    SE.    b a ni in an attempt to save some 34th Division, headquartered in of the livestock and firemen Iowa and Minnesota, from Elma finally were able to I To mark the 30th anniversary turn off the valve after dousing 0 f the destruction of Cassino, themselves with water and! veterans f rom a ]| participating using air packs.    nations are meeting May 23-26 The brothers and their j n a gesture of peace and “inmotors was humeri out    .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman j t ernat j ona l brotherhood.” motors was burned out.    ; Dvorak, were hospitalized in Thj t fi    divisions from    15 “A crane from Dubuque is on Ncw Hampton but only Gerald natjons were involved in the remained hospitalized today. battle, which lasted five months and killed thousands as well as All are associated with the national organization of 34th Division veterans, who fought in one of World war IPs bloodiest cam- Open to the public. — Adv. — Lake — (Continued from Page I.) broken and one of the dam the way,” he said. “Whenever it gets here we'll have the gate down in a couple of hours. It Motorcycle in Bedroom; reducing much of the town to and four * * * step- Wheel Missing —. Mike grandchildren.    1    Walker,    2712 Wenig road NE, Services: Turner chapel east reported Friday a wheel, tire should be closed yet today.” The vandals apparently broke into the gatehouse early Saturday morning, according to Walton. Gas Fumes Start Fire 54 67. Monday at 1:30. Free Moth-1 Sixteenth avenue SW. When of-odist church. Visitation at Mur- Jficers arrived, patrons indicated 9°pm. Sunday. «nd at^ihe'three men had been involved in at 10:30 a m. Tuesday by the and nrn vjdued at $M were 56'church after ll Monday. a struggle.    Rev.    Ernest    Larson.    F    urther; taken from his bicycle while it 58 Centra! City—Paul P. K.cir- The men were ordered toservices will be in Wagler tuner- was parked and locked at Monday at 10:30. st.     toua „ n    Thnt ,    a1    home    at    Bloomfield    at    3    p    m.    Pierce    school. * * * hospital and released. He was injured when a motorcycle he was repairing in a StonhJn'f CathoUc 1 chfrcl!: leave the tavern. They refused * 1 at Bloomfield at 3 p.rn Total for May ............. 7.24; Burial: lit. Olivet, Coggon.I and police began to escort them Tues d a y- Ba I| al ' ( d L*. a s Normal for May ........... 3.59 Wake service Sunday ai 8, Mur- outeide. One man allegedly cemetery at Bloomfield friends    .    , Normal through Mac ......11.40 doch ' s Central City.    began to fight with officers, may call at Turner east after IO hunters, 149.95 - Jeromes. I°‘ al * 1973    ............18 26 M ~'f:i?SSt®a“- The other two allegedly joined;*•<»• Barometer, falling .........30.07, crcelc Lutheran church. Visita- in the fight and were placed As long as the gate remains open, the water level of the lake continues to    drop. A    local resident expected the lake level to be    near that of the    river    bedroom of his residence caught channel before long.    j    fire, firemen said. Damage was “All I know is that the water confined to the bedroom. is all    gone.”    remarked    Mar-    The fire was caused by igni- Metal Detectors for treasure (cheta    Cooey,    co-owner of the    tion of gasoline fumes, fire of- Hartwick Lake Marina.    ficials said. rubble. Since 1960. ceremonies in Cas-David Brotz, 19, of 618 Sixth have been held to com-avenue SE, suffered second de- m emorate the event, but this gree burns on his left hand year ’ s conference is the largest Friday in a fire.     ve t. Brotz was treated at Mercy Among those expected to at tend is Pope Paul VT. Jerome Kolda Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weatherstation at 2 p rn SE at 18 m p h. Sun rises Sunday, 5:43: sets, 8:24 Year Ago Today—High, low, 54; rainfall, none. Adv. * * * Fence Missing — Fifty feet of chain link fence valued at $34. a Humidity at noon .........8b% j tion after 2 Sunday, Martin’s, under arrest. The third man es- Waukon.    ,    ...    u    i    • Newhall — Elizabeth Rathic P ,, ,    Jerome Wayne Kolda, a bicycle seat valued at $6 and a 90. Sunday at I, St. John Luth- Jerry Hepker, -/, address f 0rmer Cedar Rapids resident, five-gallon can valued at $2 eran church. Visitation at Fell- j unknown, and Gary Williams,' died Friday in San Francisco, were reported taken Fridav Ced % R T dS ' he m dif,0m ,hC residence °' Elhel day    " ert charged later with intox- been living in San Francisco the Meyers, 1520 Fourth street SW. Anna Rainbow, loo. i ication, resisting arrest and as- last three years.    *    *    * Campaign Trail sun 68; C’lutier- Services Monday, 1:30. Fell- sault and battery. met’s in Keystone where friends__ may call after I Sunday. Alburnett — Frank B Flick.*    —LA - "" o 97. Monday at IO, Chapel of 6,814 Memories, Cedar Rapids. Vis- (Continued from Page I.) 6.867 jtation after 2 Sunday at Cedar 102.7 Memorial funeral home. 6,631 Maynard—Edwin Olson. Monday at 1:30, St. Lutheran church. Delsing-3:58 p    m.    Friday.    Ignition    of    Wright’s. gasoline    fumes    from    motorcycle    Manchester—Laura Hamblin,    by, 27. Both were said by au- 80. Visitation after 2 Sunday,    thorities to be founding mem- Bohnenkamp's.    hers of the SLA. which authori- Manchester — Jennie Beadle, ,    ._____,    . 92. Pending in Cooperstown,    ^ ies bate described as a heav- N Y. Bohnenkamp’s.    ily armed, multi-racial Greeley—John E. Harris, 47.     0 f about 25 persons Bohnenkamp’s Mr. Kolda was a member of Coralie Mihal, now at Pretti Ginsberg: Previous Service Unnecessary Stanley Ginsberg, Democratic Degree Days Friday................ Total to date ........ Through May 17, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year Fires at 618 Sixth avenue SE. 2:02 a rn. Saturday. Ender in- First Church of Christ Scientist Lady Salon Tuesday thru Satur- canc jid a te for Linn county sn-th in Bor- day. 362-3631.-Adv. and the Mother Church ton. He received his master’s degree from the University of ond district congressman, in remarks prepared for delivery at a reception sponsored by local 94 of the United Auto Workers Friday night. * * * Canoe Taken — Richard Mil- vious service as an elected official is not a necessary qualifi- identified the man from pie- Iowa and had been teaching at len, 2060 Glass road NE. report- ca ^ on f or being a supervisor ” 80. lures as William Harris, 29, Nova academy in San Francis- cd Saturday a canoe valued at    . , Paul’s an( j police said ore of the worn-leo.    J 300 wa s teken from the top of . M y lon 8 experience in help en was probably his wife, Em- surviving are his father Ru- his car in a Peking space at his ,n K t0 manage a successful busi r    surviving    ait    msii aine*,    ness    and my involvement dolph, his mother, jwen, and a    ^    various    organizations sister, Mrs. Byron Thompson, all of Cedar Rapids. Scouts' Fund Drive Reaches $264,000 Mark Contributions to underwrite the cost of providing Boy Scout camping facilities have reached $264,494. Chairman Frank Pfaff reported Friday at a meeting of campaign committee chairmen in the Elks club. The figure represents 66 percent of the $400,000 needed to complete the development of Camp Wakonda and to renovate facilities built in the 1930s at Camp Waubeek. Donald Hattery, president of Hawkeye Area pervisor said Saturday “pre- Jensen accused southern congressmen crusted with seniority 'b c seven-county with carrying on efforts “to turn ^ oy ^ cout Council, said specific back the clock on racial and eth- plans for the project are al me equality.’’ Iowa Democrats Asked To Back Tax Formula Rain Coincides With Start, but Pa rade Goes On group DES MOINES - The Iowa Taxpayers Assn. (ITA) today asked the Democratic party in the state to support retention of tne single factor state corpora- residence     ness ana my involvement in    Case: Controls of *    *    *     vanous organizations dealing    £ conomy Are yVrona Shampoo living rooms $9.95. w '^ needs of people are the,    — ..    .    bedrooms    $7.95 Diamond Car- 1 real qualifications needed to (LARION _ Robert E. Case, Services are pending. Friends t 366-6226.—Adv    function properly as a super-    Cedar Falls, a Republican can-    . ^ may register at Turner east ' J *    *    visor.” he said.    didate for congress in Iowa’s ,1<>    '     1 s A woman in    a van    fired    27     aiter 1 pm. Sunday. The casket    Radio    Taken — Robert    “A sharp critical anaylsis of    [bird district, insisted here    Fri- carbine shots at    the store front    J? 11 f not ^ °P c ‘ necl af a " y time>    Kayser, 86    Twenty-second ave-    all county budgets is of high im-     t a ^ J” 8 , 1 '     at ;    volunteers and a clerk fired three shots i The famiiy su 88 ei sts that friends nue SW, reported a citizen's portance. However, services p o control the economy    throughout as the trio fled    in the    van.    No     may * they contrlbute t0    band radio    valued at $179 was    should not be cut or diminished    * n hi« h ,ee S(K '! e    v    vountv area    Volunteers    in    each a memorial fund at Nova aca-    taken from    a truck parked at    to save money. Instead, we     on,y ,0ad fo h ^ r P rices    in    thc    c : 0Unty . arC . a -    \ 0,unteers . in    ead ! ready under way and that the council’s executive board will meet Tuesday for a 6:30 p.m. dinner at Elmcrest Country club for further discussion of future Scouting plans. Robert Vernon, chairman of in the fund campaign, reported at the Friday day night that government at- mee,in L r 'hat organization of — :    nearing comple te seven- 1S one was hit. Kidnap Driver The trio later abandoned the .van and. brandishing guns, stole demy. long run. Joseph A. Marsh Joseph Anthony Marsh, 83, 2740 Sixth street SW.    * should look for ways to main *    *    *    tam. or even increase, present -peaking at a meeting spon- Plant Pierson’s Potted Rose- services for less money.’’    by    the    Wright    County Re- “      .     comm i ttee    ported. district either have held kickoff meetings or will be holding them later this month, he re bushes for earlier last two years Bom Sept. 12, 1891. he had lived most of his life in Cedar Despite a drizzle that broke tion income tax in the party's ' nt0 a d° vvn P cur - the 29th annual three vehicles. They told one of 1974 platform    Eastern Iowa Band Festival I the drivers. “We’re from the ?! ea llu ^ sa * y dl ,^ usc , vv ^ NW.-Adv. In remarks at the party plat- with 31 bands was hold Satur- SLA We need your ear.” au-    *     ,Vt |    * form committee hearing here, day in downtown Cedar Rapids. I 1 2,[ ltie , s sal . . M. O. Grummert, ITA director the oarade over a six block a ln » kldna P^ °f J the of education and information    ‘    drivers,    Thomas    Matthews,    18. said a three-factor formula area g0t Und<?r " ay five minutes an(i drove h 101 bis van to a Rapids. He worked in the grain would cut the tax of many out- a * ,Pr l ^ e scheduled time of 10|drive-in theater He said they'department of Quaker Oats for of-state corporations without a m    ,    apparently    planned    to    meet    more    than    37    years.    I    gauges valued at $15 were taken! vices, over-spending and unnec- factories in Iowa, who contrib- Shortly after the first bandi so [^ e( >9 e 'here.    He    is    survived    by    his    daugh-    f rom his car while it hinommer I • u a .•$»    publican    Central    cunimmee,     1 ------- His Blvd ,    9“     sald    P ast    “P*™nce    has    “People    In    ^    CUy    have    in- died Thursday 'at Edgewood ®P* n j“ nday: 1800    EIUs Blvd    tory that experienced people in-    demonstrated    •' pent-up inflation    dicated    a desire to do their part *    *     s P ect ,he c° unty expenses be-    bursts at the    first opportunity’'    >n this    important council-wide t r    A    p. j i caus€ rarn P ant inflation has when g 0vernm ont wage and Project and key volunteers have d    ♦    *u V    seriously eroded the purchasing pr j ce con t ro j s are initiated held a series of 6 am. breakfast Barber. 192 Twentieth avenue     powe r of our tax dollars. I    „ Jf    meetings there in the last week St. reported friday a .ape wou , d make eve ry effort lo re-     1     ncd °f    Z    the    Umg    or so.” Vernon said ‘ The pro]- player valued at fib    a tachome-     duce county expenditures by     hl storv of “age and pr ee on    «• "ill    be in full swing there in ter valued at $o5 and two j looking for duplication of scr- 1 *     dna    pr,ct    con ......-    - increased' - VIa tthews said he was told ter, Genevieve Kazimour. and parked at Quaker Oats Co. to 'hey were SLA members He a son. Joseph, jr.. both of Cedar    *    *    * said he was treated cordia I ty ( Rapids; a grandchild and a and was given food and drink.[great-grandchild. , L.    i    ..    .Later he identified Mrs. Harris law against buildings when the rain 1 Ute little if anything to this moved out, the rain state’s economy, while mcreas- but the bands continued ing it on the firm with factories march in formation, and employes in Iowa.    j    A    moderate    sized    crowd    stood Grummert said a tax wording change made years ago resulted in a substan- ! in sight 15 miles, then left him in the home “I    bet    you    question our san-     van un der a blarket after they Tty,”    said a wet    parade co-chair-     a PP aren ^ y    commandeered a .    ,    ,    ,    „    man Darrel Morf of Cedar car in this stale P    P    '     Ra P^ ™ aa > « ^ J ad K^ - He    i-scried    „    sw„ch now    the4MW^k    Woman Charged with from    the    single-factor to    a three-factor formula would actually reduce the tax on corporations such as those which use Iowa as a products, often was essary expenses.” trois in this country and in many others around the world, we would have to conclude that the immediate future. be at Adv. Teahen funeral Tools three Threatened to soak everything a ,’? nf ^ lv a ^ uc ' ors - ponce I the Rev. Robert W, Cizek. Visi-| 6 sa !f    tation will be Sunday from 2 • ,    i    t    l    c    said thc trio drove about to 5 Dm tial amount of tax revenue    Judges    Stand    ..... I v being collected for the first time from out-of-state manufacturers who sell in Iowa but who have Ginsberg spoke at a coffee at, |hc only , hing wp , carn fn)m ,    . r . t rf,    home of Bev Mitchell, 1501 I,istorv is that we do not learn Lowest Cost Term Life Insur- (First avenue. Marion ance mentioned in recent con-    _ Private services: Monday, by sumer publication. 362-1161. — from history Nixon Visit to Bahamas Isle * * * Taken - Bruce P. Martin: To Form Rape Task Force GRAND CAY, Bahamas (APT — President Nixon made an unexpected trip to this tiny private island for a secluded over- 4 Convicted in Muslim Deaths at Third event. WASHINGTON JAP) jury Friday convicted Taking Several Items Rv the tune the hour and a Mary I^cu Pierce, 39, of HOI C Black Muslims in the murders wafha Garden Center, 393-2910    Im''ITerti,m . -........ ........ half parade ended the ram had avenue NW. was charged Fri- of    scvcn mcmbers of the ortho . -Adv. n i ar e tn soil their st °PP ecl an d marchers were re- day with allegedly attempting to j f    ,    * * *    Manas    saw    it    ne n in con. aet .non furnin *» to school buses for a take two dresses, a belt, a pair °, X and 1 * s ‘ cm s    Music    Missing    —    Milton    I 11    '?    hts    firm    intention    to    mod- with Iowa-made good; Same Wallet Stol en Twice; Loss Is $67 For week, owned Thirty- the second time this a wallet and money by Hollis eeond stree Hodge NE. p f i ; change of clothing.    of men s trousers and two During the height of the down- records from .a store, pour several bands broke ranks j *^ rs - Pierce was arrested at I a short distance past the judg-.'be Target store. 4501 First ave-ing stand and uniformed mem-j nue SE, when she allegedly at-1 hers carried their instruments I tempted to leave the store with and banners across Greene i 'he items in her purse. She was Square to the staging area far- charged with larceny, thcr east on F’ourth avenue, j Police said the items were; t hree Classes     V * Iu#d at morc lhan ,2 ° parade, .sponsored by the    -    i three ^    ^    9    ^    With    Prosecutors    said    religious    dif- Matias: Need Faster    Trials Heck 1604 Eighth avenue SF Robert W Matias ’ candldatc ‘‘ Women wh( \ are threatened night visit with his two closest "rated    Friday    a    til box    com     for the Democratlc nomination    with rape usually succumb, sci-    friends taming    touts    valued    at    $W    and     for Linn county a,,orncy ‘ sald    do ' n f ream ‘ rarrlv "J 0 " '<• It was the    first time    in a year a1 a coffee in his honor at the    and almost never see their as-    „f growing    Watergate    troubles home of Mr. and Mrs. John    savants convicted."    , ha , Nixon wcnt t0 , h( .     is | and of Zahorik,    Lisbon, that if    he    is' That    quotation was repeated    his millionaire industrialist to    wage by Bill    Martin,    candidate    for the     frjcnd nobfrt Abplanalp between Democratic nomination lor' Abplanalp. from New ,ork. and the county attorney, at a coffee and ,\j xo n's Florida neighbor given by Mrs. Ed Burrell 212 c . G ,. Bebe -. nobozo , he \ is elected, j T 1 ^ X avenue SW, on fn-|t*red from Key Biscayne FTF a , y : ,    ,    .    ,.    day afternoon after Nixon    had Martin said    he would    enlist four speakers valued were taken from his car. ♦ * * A Geraniums 3 for $1.00, Rutger four tomato plants 89c dozen. Re nominated he intends a vigorous campaign the primary election panel, after 13 hours of Carter. 4002 Sherman street NE. crmze and streamline the prose- th    ; s .    ,    _    would chum spend just 24 hours of an expect vpr Ilimp /Iave    ...______ _______’'Clition of rrime«j Hp cair! nften- su PP or ' OI law enforcer*' «    i Mates said if ipeuuoni    y    ,Tu’l.J  — ” ,r T.——’ “ w '"’ “ Ht,,,    US    C deliberations over three days. reported Friday stereo equip-1 cution °* crimes Re said often returne'-i mtiiiu «/«r/-iir.*c onoin.t      ,.^i i ..I,    ,    ■    ,limps: ihppp arp Hpif.v/c thai am ag(n(les J Moody 29, and John W Griffin, 28, all    *    *    + of Philadelphia.    Fun    and    games    for    camp    Jensen Asks Vigil They had been charged with Courage. Sunday night at Long A •    .     n . .    .    . murder, assault, robbery and branch Doors open at 6. Stan A 9 am: * f discrimination iconspiracy in the death Jan 18. Jones caller —Adv.    DLBUQUFJ    — Congress must 726    - - -    1973, of two adults and five chil-    +    ♦    *    stand “a constant vigil” against has 'I’be parade, sponsored by the n £|    ,    .    ,    drcn, one just nine days old Omer (Ozziei Miller, Master legislation designed t> under- been taken from the jf.od , r-; Jaycees, was judged in thr*-e '    Prosecutors said religious dif- Barber and Stylist, welcomes m| ne” our progress toward vice office af Wa I... on hi; h | classe- according to school en-    Stealing    TV    Sets    ferences sparked the slayings. his friends and customers at elimination of racial and ethnic school, where she work'    rodmen!    Two boys were arrested F ri- Police said the victims were    Joseph’s Barber Shop. Starting discrimination. .She reported W’ednc day the One band was in a class by it-day shortly after a neighbor.shot or drowned at the Hanafi I Tuesday, May 21. May’s City That was the statement of wallet containing $60 wa take r self because of its size, Morf (called police to report the boys headquarters, a home in Wash- West. 3113 16th Ave. SW 365-61.31 Martin Jensen of Hiawatha, a Thc empty wallet was found said Valley of Des Moines was were removing television setsi ,n f>'on donated by Milwaukee Tor appointments.—Adv.    Democratic candidate for Sec- later in a men s restroom a? the in the AA class and no judging from a nearby home.    Bucks basketball star Kareemj    '    ..    '    ~ school    Aas held    in that category.    The boys, ages 14 and 15, were Abdul-Jabbar, a member of the Thc wallet, this time contain- A high school queen’s lun- charged with taking two porta-. seeding $7, disappeared again Fri- cheon was held at noon at the hie television sets valued at $600 day from the same office and Montrose hotel.    from the residence of louise was found later in a men’s room Winners in the band perform-J Sanders, IGOU F irst street NW at the school.     ance anc j the queen’s contest Police arrested the boys in the i were scheduled to be an- 1300 block of Third street NW. lf you’ve never used a want jounced, weather permitting, at The television sets were later ad, you’ve been missing a sure,ceremonies at 2:30 p m. in found concealed along the Cedar performer. 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