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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATIONAL WI ATH!* 1MVICI IO«CA»T lo 7AM IST S -21 - 3>M 2V.J3 2V5V /T\ ^    \    30,00 —Hearst— (Continued from Page I.) clothing was cut but .cbe was unharmed Her assailants reportedly fled in a red and black sedan. lf there was any solid SLA connection with the two black men sought early Monday, police did not give it. SLA Dead Amelia Coates Amelia Kumshaw Coates, 87, Memorial Mc Ha I til, Services The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., May 20, 1074 AM Kd - C o n t r i b u t i o n s totaling nell, William Quarton, Theron Mi. I $48,116.44 were received by the {Thomsen, E. J Aitorfer, Robert . UFI    I    OIC*    AM Rain is expected Monday night in tho Pacific Northwest, the northern Rockies, the Dakotas, the upper Mississippi valley and tho western Gulf coastal area. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weather Hiqh temperatures Sunday, low temperatures overniflht and inches ct lire cl pl tattoo: Anchorage    <0 43    L. Angeles    AO    55 Atlanta    BB 68    OI    Miami    Bl    75    .07 Bismarck    59 55    .75    Min apolis    71    62 Chicago    SR 51    N. Orleans    86    68    1.33 Denver    89 53    New York    72    53 Ouluth    61 42    Phoenix    76    53 Honolulu    86 75    Seattle    64    SO Houston    83 72    Washings    68    53    XI C. R. Weather High Sunday .................65 Low overnight ...............61 Noon Monday ................68 2 p.m. Monday..............71 Precipitation ............ Trace Magistrate's Court Speeding — Nancy Reeker, Delhi; fined $40 and costs. Richard Mueller, 1521 Washington avenue SF,; Thomas Crone, 4420 Bowling street SW; John Strait, 1600 Ellis boule- Hearing Set On Barnett's Retrial Move A hearing has been set for 9:30 a m. Tuesday in Linn district court on a motion for a new trial for .Jackie Harnett, 46, Florence L. ,, ,    I ti i ti Wednesday at 0 a.m. in Cedar Rapids resident most ol Saints ..hurdl b lh(, R(.v her life, died Sunday in a Mt mund J. Becker. Burial: Vernon nursing home following Calvary, Friends may ca a long illness. She was born I‘?tf‘wanrt funeral home Tue Nov. .TO. 1886, at Newton.    I    sot- Mrs. Coatee was a member of vice: were conducted at. 2 p.m. Six SLA figures arc dead, vie- Kenwood Park United Methodist ^nnday in Linwood cemetery Urns of a Friday night shootout church and the Evergreen Lad-j funeral home eaVt^wc, " * ' with    an    estimated    500    law    ol-    ies church organization    I charge. fleers that    lasted    more    than    an    Surviving are three (laugh- A, **‘‘adrRk> Clay lavior hour before their hideout house !|crs> Mrs. John Watson, Cedarj Tuesday V’thr *,ljrn(,(T    Rapids, Mrs. George Gould, nest Larson. Further services The dead included Donald De- Iowa City, and Mrs. Leslie will he in tho Waller funeral Freeze, 30, the SLA leader Lauther, Cedar Rapids; two    ;,t 1    -m.I ue.Hay at ,    '    ..    .. I, .,    ’    ...    .    f,    J pm. Burial: Odd    Fellow known    as Cinque;    Nancy    Ling brothers,    S. Walter    Lister,    Co-    cemetery at Bloomfield Perry, 26, the group’s theore* lorado Springs, and Ernest R Fay, Edward S. Hold Mon- tieian; and SLA members Pa- Lister, Phoenix; eight grand- day at I 30 at Turner chapel tricia “Mizmoon” Soltysik, 24; children and three great- Camilla Hall, 29; Angela At grandchildren. wood, 25, and William Wolfe, 23. Services: I p.m. Tuesday in The discovery of Miss Hall’s Chapel of Memories by    the Rev. charred body, which was not Clifton W. Eller beek of    Kenwood found until Sunday morning,{Methodist church. Burial: Cedar meant the battle and fire had ‘Memorial. Friends may call at    will    not ended the lives of the hest- the Cedar Memorial    funeral    '    ..‘V.    .    ...    with    the    secretary    of    the    senate .    ,    I, ___, j    j i ii.  i    met,line, Koijert a.— turner known SLA members. Recent Contributions Hike Culver Total to $113,743 of the best- home today and at the chapel DeFreeze was an ex-convict a',rr 9 '* m- Tuesday. I he ras' whose voice was most often w:"    (    l°se{^    af    12:45    p.m. heard oil the tapes spelling out I,Jcs^;,y SLA demands. Miss Soltysik, a    _    ~ woman’s rights activist, and    Mae    Co.ey Mrs. Perry, a former high Mac Coley, 80, a former resi-school cheerleader, belly dancer dent of Cedar Rapids, died Fri-i and one-time supporter of Sen. day in Baraboo, Wis,. She was vard NW; Stanley Clark, 400 recently convicted of attempted Lindale drive, Marion; Mary I extortion. Umbarger, 2121 Blairs Ferry | road NE; Dennis Taylor, 622 Wilson avenue SW; Patricia Soukup, Fairfax; Ronald Nel-: son, 1622 Third avenue SE; Randy Smith, 2922 O avenue! NW; David Fisher, Ely; Alan Andrews, Central City; Glenn The request was resisted by Linn county Attorney William Laches, who in a resistance filed May 6, stated “the defense is attempting to ‘shotgun’ the court with unnecessary mo- Harry Coldwater, were believed Lo be the principal theoreticians and writers of the SLA’s quasi-Marxist political philosophy. The county coroner said Miss vivor.s. Hall died of gunshot wounds in Services: Tuesday at 2 p m the head, as did DeFreeze. He at oak nill cemetery, North said tests were being conducted Freedom. Redlin-Scheible tuner born Jan 16, 1894, in Cedar Rapids and lived here until she moved to North Freedom, Wis.. about 20 years ago. There are no immediate sur- at I Citizens for Culver senatorial1 Taylor, Floyd Nordstrom, O. lf hay c a rn p a i g n committee from Daniel, Winifred Shuttleworth, March I through May 13, it was Mr. and Mrs, James Hall, Mr. reported Monday.    and Mrs. Michael McDermott, The committee is backing the Gene Mason and Hoover Hub-hid of Congressman John Culver,1 bard. 1,11 Cedar Rapids Democrat, for a    Gift    of    $200 I seat in the U.S. senate. He is: at 10:301 unopposed for his party’s nom-!    contribution    was re- Rev. F.r- mation at the June 4 primary coived from LW. Van Nostrand ele(-ti0n    of Cedar Rapids. These contributions brought Eastern Iowans who contrib-the total received by the com- uR‘d $100 each included: Millard rn it tee to $113.743 29 since {Bundt, Toledo; Charles Svobo-Culver announced for senator da, Clutier; Donald Murray, west by the Rev. Francis King, last September.    Pul ton, Roger Rhombcrg and Burial: Coggon cemetery.    FYiM»nditnrp«    I*rank. Bertsch, Dubuque; Hcpker, Sherman Turner    '    ^    Gerald    Parker and Mrt\. Arthur Chapel west at noon Tuesday by Campaign expenditures I 0 Martensen, Clinton; C h a r I e s Burial/ Palo f emetory. Frie nds lotal *91<258.04, a commit-j Williams, ji Charlotte; Ed may call at Turner west until    fee spokesman reported,    leaving    Shima,    Marengo;    Carl    Strub, 11:30 a m. Tuesday. The casket    a balance of $22,485 25.    jr., Iowa    City,    and    Raymond opened afb r the Copies of the report were filed McDermott, Cascade. ,    Ti    $110 contribution was chapel west at 3 p.m. Tuesday    in Washington and the Iowa    sec-    ccived by the Rev, Mary A. White,    rotary of state’s office    in    Dps    Clinton rn ay    Moines. Contributions for the March I* May 13 period ranged from many of $1 each to one of $3,000 were received from John Crys-by the AFL-CIO Committee on ital, Coon Rapids, and Joseph Political Action (COPE), Wash- Rosenfield, Des Moines, ington, D.C.    , ether $1,000 contributors in- Kennedy Gift    eluded: the international Ladies Garment Workers Union, New the Transportation be I rom Leis re-Beardslee, Burial: Linwood. Friends call at Turner west until 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. The casket wilF not be opened after the service. Accidents over Weekend Injure Eight Persons Four traffic accidents involving personal injury occurred over the weekend in Cedar Rapids Kenneth Paul Oliver, 39. of $1,000 Contributors Contributions of $1,000 each Included among tributing $100 to campaign was Sen. Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts, on whose staff Culver served before being elected to congress in 1964. Cedar Rapids residents who those con the Culver York City; P o I i t i c a I Education League, Cleveland; Stewart Mott, New York City. A $2,(HK) contribution was received from the Laborers’ Polit- Total for May ..............7.44    McCaughy,    Mt.    Vernon;    Francis    tions.” Normal for May ..........3.59    Huffman,    2405    Tenth    avenue,    ^    „,i    „ •,* a -i Normal through May ll 40 Marion; Thomas Burd, 1090 Barnett was found guilty April Total for 1974 ..............18.46 Twenty-third street NE; Robert King, 4505 Benton street NE; Barometer, steady ........30.06    Mary Costello, route three, Humidity at noon......... 85%    j Cedar Rapids; Harold Ambrose, Wind direction and velocity at    ^ by, I .ml Laita, 1016 wind direction ana velocity «* , First avenue NW; each fincd Gazette weather station at — j S3cj and costs. James Fit/.pa- p.m., SSE at 16 mph.    trick, 202 Second street NW; Sun rises Tuesday, 5:41; sun Jane Nicholson, sets, 8:26. Year Ago Today — High, 88; low, 62; rainfall, .02. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, lli-Lo Bismarck ........Shwrs    60-47 Chicago .........FtCldy    85-64 Cincinnati.......PtCldy    86-64 Cleveland  PtCldy    78-56 Des Moines Tshwrs    80-63 Detroit ...... Indianapolis .. Kansas City .. Milwaukee ... Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha ....... St. Louis..... Sioux Falls . . Fair 79-58 .PtCldy 87-64 .Tshwrs 88-65 PtCldv 75-52 ..PtCldy 80-60 . PtCldy 84-66 .PtCldv 84-66 Tshwrs 88-68 . Shwrs 74-53 18 of making threats in an attempt to extort $100,OOO from Cedar Rapids business man Robert Armstrong. Foreman Comments The motion for a new trial filed by the defense claimed comments made by the jury foreman to The Gazette indicate the jury made a finding of fact contrary to the evidence. The finding of fact referred to Black Infant Lynn Black, neth Hastie, William Ryan, Jgj^gj flgjjjgy Degree Days Saturday ............. Sunday ............. . Total to date ........ Through May 19, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year Jane Nicholson, 731 Estroy drive NE; Joseph Borak, 1915 Hamilton street SW; Robert Beck, 1038 F avenue NW; Robert Thompson, Robins; .Tames Young, 2020 Glass road NE; Douglas Thompson, Nevada: each fined $20 and costs. Faulty equipment — Milton Hendryx, 1323 C avenue NE; Robert Gilmer, 6333 Crest-ridge avenue SW; Ty Krumm, Hiawatha; each fined $10 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Michael Pazour, 44 Twenty-ninth avenue SW; fined $25 and costs. Kirk Procok, 604 Fourth street NW; Larry Emmons, 1463 Council street NE; Patrick Richards, 840 Or- First avenue NW. chard road, Marion; each fined $20 and costs. Geoffrey Lasko I    “Accident” Iowa City; fined $15 and costs, lr, ..    , .    ,    T ... Bruce Engelbart, Anamosa; Barnett claimed Lewis lound Mary Iv n Porter, 1300 Oakland I the package accidentally when road NE; John Cooper, 418; }le was trying to get a telephone «inStniivenit,<> <atl1 lin< 1 number from a poster so Bar- $10 and costs.    \    ,    , Traffic signal violation — nett, who is nearly blind, could Joe Kaiser, 3810 C avenue NE; call about buying some siding t    v    _________ ______leal League, Washington, and to find out if any of the victims aj home, Baraboo, in charge of 1{2^ jj. {i,1r'eet SW’ was charged    contributed    $100    each to the    I one of $1,200 from    the    Action had committed suicide as their! arrangements.    W1.    ^    ^,In? a / g    Culver campaign    included: Ron-    Committee for Rural    Electrifica- hideout crumbled in flames Fri-    - when he pulled out from a stop    ajd jensen    Mr and \jrs. Thorn-    tion, Washington. day.    |nfanf    as Collins, Roger Undo, Len in addition to Miss Hearst and the Harrises, the only other known fugitive still at large was There Wheeler, an escaped convict who knew DeFreeze in pris-j on and who was identified in pUo r?on s° who dragged^MissIParcnts- tw0 sisters' shann“n car- D,:'n,lls McVay, 19. of 1000 Hearst from her Berkeley! 1>e(‘ an<l Shawn Marlc’ and lhe 1 E'Khlh street NW- ,fcth wcre ‘ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. treated for lacerations at Mercy en by Harry J. Holmes, 21, of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul ^Tay night.    ^    S<Jt'    Fr^    ^ibson’    M(^    a"d    Sullivan" SW I Sundav She was one ' ^    occurred at the and Mrs. J. F. Roland. Rich- SW, died Sunday She was one intersection of C street and Fit- ;jrd Scher|inc, Michael O’Don- of triplets born Saturday.    iteenth avenue SW Ininrnd wnrp triplets born Saturday.    ,    teenth    avenue    SW. Injured were She is survived by her Holmes and a passenger in his —Lawsuit— (Continued from Page I.) Pleads Guilty In Jewel Case apartment on Feb. 4. Wheeler’s girl friend said recently that he has broken with the group. H. J. Whitehead. Cedar Rapids, hospital and then released. Former Cedar Rapids business man James Aossey, now an infilings, the state and the com- mate at the Fort Madison peni-and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Black.    *    *    *    pany    entered    into    negotiations    tentiary    changed his plea Mon- Easton, Pa.    Four    people    were    injured    fob    toward    a    compromise.    day lh Cedar Rapids federal Raid House    Private    services will    be    con-    lowing an accident early Sun-    The company maintained the    court to guilty on one count of a The FBI and police, who said    ducted at    Cedar Memorial    cern-    day morning involving cars driv-    sale of promissory notes is ex-    two-count indictment dealing concerned whether Gary Lewis,{(hey believed the remnants of etery. Turner chapel east was in en Donald D. Hartman. 21, empt from regulation by the stolen jewels. 26,    of    Cedar    Rapids,    a    com-;    the SLA were on the run, raided    charge of    arrangements.    of 2123 Thirty-third avenue SW.    state. Last month, the Iowa City    Aossey admitted to transport- panion    of    Barnett’s,    could    read    a house Sunday afternoon, not!    -- and William H. Lynch, 50, of 3011 company maintains, its offices    ing stolen jewelry, valued at and write.    far from the site of Friday’s, K/jrs Jack Stilson Larick drive, Marion.    were    told    a    Johnson    county    dis-    $100,000.    from    Moline    to    Cedar Barnett and Lewis were arrested early Dec. 29 after Barnett picked up a package purported to contain money from special weapons team kicked inlnue SF,, died early Monday fol- M of ’North Car()lina were ;iM the front door of the pink frame lowing a sudden illness. Born trea(ed a( Merey hospita, and the doorway of a house at 3(Kb house but found no one there. It Sept. 7, 1927, in Cedar Rapids, re|oased Mississippi Stages (Flood stairs in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 7.9. rise .1 Lansing (18) 9.6, rise .4 Dam 9 (18) 18.3, rise .2 McGregor (18) 10.8, rise .3 Guttenberg (15) 9.9, rise .6 Dubuque (17) 118, rise .4 Davenport (15) 14.5, fall .5 Keokuk (16) 18.2, rise .1.9 13 8 6,835 6,871 103.01 6,6341 John Cooper, 418 First avenue 10ff the house. The jury ap-! j . d NW; each fined $15 and costs. Duane Fouls, 3051 Sixth street SW; John Murphy, 1423 Thirty-fourth street NE; each fined $10 and costs. Registration v i o I a t i o n Kenneth Siemering, 2106 L street SW; fined $25 and costs. Vehicle control violation— Dean Kaplan, 1209 Rose street SF: fined $15 and costs. Intoxication - Richard Wolf, | Fiftieth street NE; John McKee, I route one, Cedar Rapids: each fined $20 and costs. parently believed Lewis could not read or write. In his resistance to the mo-I tion. Faches noted “that the portions of the transcript provided in the defense motion does not give the full disclosure of the entire testimony, but only bits and pieces, apparently favorable to the defendant, and that the complete and accurate Three Are Arrested C edar at CTL (13) 7.71, fall 1.36 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday .......699.64 Births — Mercy May IS To the families of Lawrence Koch, 1330 Burch | avenue NW, a daughter; Eldon Silvers, 4420 Bowling street* SW. a daughter. May 19 — Mr. and Mrs. Jaynes II e n ti e s s e y ,    3212 Kenrich drive SW. a son. May 20 Mr. and Mrs. ii-j flay ;»t 2, Woodlawn cemetery, I pnfi m cpnar ite incidents bam Jacobson, 2532 Towm Toledo. Visitation at Render , !*    .    i TZ son’s after 7 Monday.    i    I* lore, 21, of Troy, Toledo Merle J. Hatton, 59.1 is    free    on $500 bond after    being Tuesday at 10:30, St. Patrick’s arrested by the Iowa highway Catholic church, Tama. Burial: patrol near Forty-second street Woodlawn cemetery,    Toledo.    rp    w Wake service Monday    at 8:3o(‘»nd    Edgewood road NL    early p.m. Henderson’s.    Sunday. Coggon Harry    Schurfield, I Glenn    Homer Freeman, jr., 77, Jacksonville, 111. Tuesday at 43, of Walker was being held in 3 at the graveside in Iinwood e e in e t e r y , Cedar Rapids. Bcatty-Beurlo funeral home. Cedar Rapids, is in charge. House drive NW. a son. Births — St. Luke's testimony as reflected in the Iowa Deaths    record provides a contrary Manchester - Bernard S. vjt.w ’» Swanson, 78. Tuesday at 1:30,1    , ,    ,,,, •    . Shelly’s    I Sentencing tor Barnett is set Decorah — Bernard Borlaug, for Thursday at 9 a m. 58, of Natchez. Miss. Services were Monday at IO at Steine’s. Edgewood — Abbic Probas-eo, 83. Tuesday at 1:30, Ap-    ■    ex • ■ pIt TS mif T , For Drunk Driving Toledo Mrs. Lee (Sylvia)    0 Jackson, 86, Thousand 'oaks. Three persons were arrested Calif. Graveside services Tues-1 for drunk driving over the wcek- N.Y shootout.    1    fiiaiinliinp    I    Stilson    wife    of    "ynch'    Hartman'    Jean    Maric    trict    court judge had issued a Rapids Aug. 31, 1972. Heavily armed members of a jack ,Stilson ' ,589 Second ave- l?nch' "f,301 L?"ck driyc- court ordcr for thl' comPany t0 Asst. U.S. Attorney Robert Marion, and LAiiia WiatnwngliL,.produce its records tor exami-j^kfffa said the second count, charging that Aossey subse-No Order Issued    quently transported the proper- The attorneys contend that af- ty to Las Vegas and Us Ange-ter checking with the court, it les, will be dismissed at the was learned no such order had time of sentencing. been issued. Further meetings toward a compromise were started. The state filed a suit against the firm May 6, contending the firm had not fulfilled licensing requirements as required by law. The firm asks damages, con appeared that the occupants, ^ had been a Cedar Rapids Harlman a|ieCed]v crossed had left suddenly, abandoning resident all her life. and was a ,hc center|ine and struck the food that had been prepared in member of Immaculate Concep-    hv T vnrh‘ ii .rtm m the kitchen. A pair of police    tion church.    was charged lhh driving    o^he dogs trained to seek out Miss    surviving    in    addition to her    wrong side of the roadway. Hearst s scent was led through husband. Jack, is her father.    *    *    * the house. They found nothing. joseph Chavez, Cedar Rapids; Randy Dulin, 22, of Vinton. police said.    four brothers, Joseph Chavez, was charged with failure to Meanwhile, authorities re- jr ^ | as ycgaS( Larry and Fred yield right of way at a stop sig-( brist inc Johnson, 35, Chavez, Cedar Rapids. Jesse nal following a collision Friday who ran from the besiegediChavez, Hiawatha; and a sister, night of his car and one driven house during the Friday gun    \lary Mullin,    of    Cedar Rapids,    bv Charles M. Vanourny,    37,    of battle, and had been booked for    Sm,j(,os.    Immarulalc Con-    2443 Illinois street SW. investigation of harboring crim-ceo(jon Cathoiic church at 10 Darlys Jones. 22. of Calmar. a m. Friday bv the Rev. Wit- Dulin’s passenger, was injured! Ham P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. in the mishap. She was treated Calvary cemetery. A Rosary'at St. Luke's hospital and rewill be recited at 7 p.m. Thurs- leased. day by Father Leonard in1 Dulin’s car allegedly ran the; Turner chapel east. Friends stop sign at the intersection of may call at Turner east after ll Twelfth street and First avenue! a m. Tuesday. Possible Sentence Aossey could receive a maximum sentence of $10,000 and-or IO years in p-ison. He presently is serving a five-year term in connection with the theft of $400 in merchandise from a Cedar .    *    ,,    ..    r.    J*    u    Rapids supermarket in 1970. tending the suit filed by the    £    Mond    A -has caused irreparable cl    otho.s    engaged 1 hi' cnmnanv    .    .......... state injury to the company. I ii a I s . dropped. The charges were in a “fake hold-up” of jewelry Hearsts Still Think. Daughter Brainwashed The state, in its suit. asked for sl|esman B3njamin Go|dbc a, injunctions against the company Mo|ine motH eind appointment of a receiver for the firm. The firm claims hJd™“ the state's action was “in viola- wprn fitnIpn. lhp tion of due priK'ess.’’ HILUSBOROUGH. C alif. (UPI) b- Patricia Hearst’s parents, still convinced their daughter has been brainwashed, said Monday they hope she will give herself up and come home. “I just hope everybody will May 18 To the families of Paul Black, 2211 Kenrich drive SW. triplet daughters; Gary Sofrujr. 412 Twenty-ninth street NW. a son. May 19 To the families of Keith Franck. Winthrop, a daughter; Daniel Colley, 211 Sussex drive NE, a daughter; Thomas St. John. Swisher, . daughter; Daryl Zerbee, 716 E avenue NW, a daughter; JVIi-ehael Frieden, 1005 Wt t Tenth avenue, Marion, si daughter. Marriage Licenses Joan Haskins and Donald' A rharRe of (‘s<‘al)(‘ was Hied Crippen, Susan Taylor and Monday in Linn county district Thomas Chchak, Karen Bret/. court against Tony Freeman, 19, who escaped from Linn Freeman Faces Escape Charge Peetz and Robert King, JoAnn Mull and Charles Brown, jr.. Vicki. .    .    _    .    ,    . Cross and Charlie Mason, j(W,ntV J-'"1 Saturday    night Debra Annett and David Miller,    Freeman    was    found all of Cedar Rapid.1 Janet Bul missing about 8:45 p.m. bort and Dennis Holtorf, both' of Denver, Colo. Mary Sankey, Marion, and Michael McDonald, Cedar Rapids. Paula Bowe. Marion, and Timothy Whitter#, Cedar Rapids. Carot Stone, Central City, and Daniel Steekel, Marion. Linda Reed, Walker, and Byron Bach. Center Point. Patricia Ber- geson. Keisnor Marion, and Cedar Rapids, Fires Sundav Piebald to he Saturday during a routine jail cheek He was found a short time later hiding iii the boiler room of the courthouse. Deputies saidj,|lt Freeman removed some bricks from a wall iii tho jail basement, and then walked through a service tunnel to the courthouse. Linn county jail Monday morning. He was arrested by the HIP Monday morning after he allegedly drove erratically on Colin- fugitive. oil street NE. Craig Weekly, 20, of Newhall, was charged with drunk driving. second offense, alter lie was arrested Friday. Sheriff’s deputies stopped him on highway 30 about one and a half miles west of Cedar Rapids. He was free on $500 bend Mrs. Leo Burger Ruth E. Burger, 79, of 1041 Fifth avenue SE, widow of l^o F. Burger, died Sunday after a long illness. Mrs Burger was!|owjn^ born April 26, 1895, in Cedar remember that physically Patty Rapids and had been a lifelong is still a kidnap victim,” said resident. She was a retired 25-her mother, Mrs. Catherine J year employe of Quaker Oats Hearst.    ; Co. She was a member of the In- “She was taken against her terdenominational church and will, and psychologically she the Quaker Oats Employe club. is the victim of thought eon- Surviving are two sons. Elmer, trol by terrorists.”    I Cedar Rapids, and Kenneth. , hl0Ck Mrs. Hearst and her husband, Davenport; three grandchildren tho (jm() Randolph, a p p e a r e d outside and three great-grandchildren their home for the first time j Services Wednesday 1:30 p.m. at since the FBI announced that Brady-Kuba funeral home by Miss Hearst was being sought I the Rev. A. J. Stoakes of Interns an armed and dangerous!denominational church. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Brady-Kuba funeral home atter ll) a m. Tuesday. SE colliding with the eastbound car driven by Vanourny. ♦ * * Sharon Ann Urban, 23. of 1542 Seventeenth avenue SE. was treated for whiplash at St Luke’s hospital and released fol-a three-ear accident early Saturday morning. Her car was struck in the rear by one driven by John ll Lamb. 32. of 3028 G avenue NE, forcing her car into the rear of one driven by Jim Schuller, 18, of 286 Thunderbird road SE. All —Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) interviewed on ABC’s “Issues and Answers”, als) said Nixon should not resign. The country, S kma terms the action a real “The jewels were stolen; there’s no doubt about that.” Aossey, and a companion who Sikma said is expected to be charged in the case, then brought the jewels back to Cedar Rapids. Held in CNR. According to the government, Bush said, “should leave aside Aossey kept the property in political expediency and see the Cedar Rapids until taking them (impeachment) p r o c e s s through.” Michel also said he was “unalterably opposed” to resignation. In other developments: to Las Vegas on April 19. 1973, for the purpose of selling them Sikma says Aossey eventually sold the jewelry for “about $50,000“ In Los Angeles. He was arrested bv FBI agents and ..    .    .    .,    j    ...    . Cedar Rapids police on his re cars were traveling east in the Dwight Chapin, sentenced last turnon /\ ,UI27 1973 of First avenue SE at week to 10-30 months in prison    add|tjon t„ sharon Rorits for lying to a Watergate grand nthors wi„ ,x. formany (urged No charges were filed. Jury Chosen For Bank Case with federal crimes, according jury, appealed his conviction Monday.    l0    sikma Charles “Bobe” Rebozo Mon- Aossev, 43, formerly lived at I day accused the senate Water-3226 Parkview court SE. I gate committee and three of its    —----- 30 YEARS AGD Several thousand British prisoners, mostly Indians, escaped from a camp near Epinal, France, in confusion caused by an R A F. raid A family spokesman. John Lester, said after hearing the news Hearst “just sal in a chair and remained very quiet for a long period of time. “lie's taking ii very hard, vert hard ’’ Lester said that “this whole thing, 105 days now, it has so many twists its difficult to predict what’s going to happen next." Let your loins! a want buying Dial 398 8234 ad help you or selling $400 Steer Killed When Hit by Car A steer valued at $400 was struck by a car and killed on highway 150 south of Center Dwight Morgan Bachman, both Point Saturday night    30 of Des Moines, and Robert Driver of the ear, Duane I* Weeks, 38, now serving a prison Enos, 33, of Hudson, said ho was term iii louisiana rounding a curve when he came solvei upon the Black Angus steer prod- standing in the middle of the ternoon, following the selection staffers with leaking false news stories to “humiliate and embarrass him” during their investigation of a $1(10.960 campaign contribution from Howard Hughes. A federal court jury of seven women and five men was selected Monday for Hie trial of three men accused of burglary and conspiring to rob    five    Iowa! banks iii 1969 and 1970 Defendants in tho ease are'    Harold    Froelich    of    Wis-    disturbing the peace following a Jack Raymond    Scott    and a)nsin> a    Republican member    disturbance    at the Fireplace asked the    house judiciary com-    1-ounge, 200    North (’enter Point Central City Man Arrested after Fight A rural Central City man was arrested by Hiawatha police Saturday night for fighting and the house judiciary com- lounge, 200 North Center mittee Monday to let the courts road, Hiawatha, decide whether President Nixon Laverne Silver, 22. was re-must surrender tapes sub- leased after posting $125 bond Opening arguments were ex- l>oen«iv d by tho (oninnttft*. on each chai go peeled to begin late Monday af- i'oad J of juries for two other trials 1:17 a.m. Sunday. 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