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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                IHAllOMAt (Continued from Page 1.) clothing was cut but she was unharmed. Her assailants rcpor-i tcdly fled in a red and black sedan. If there was any solid SLA Obituaries The Cedar KapiUs Gazette: Mon., May 20, 1911 connection with the two. black Amelia Coafes Memorial Services Amelia Earnshaw Coatcs, 87, a Cedar Rapids resident must u! her life, died Sunday in a .Ml. liTi Florence L. ;i.m. in church by Hit- Kcv. J. Becker. Burial: Recent Contributions Hike Culver Total to Contributions totaling were received by the ai'Citizens lor Culver senatorial Six figures are dead, vie- Kenwood Park United Methodist _OM Wl MM 8 fOJOCASl Rain is expected Monday night in tho Pacific Northwest, the northern Rockies, the the upper Mississippi valley and tho western Gulf coastal area. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. lims ef a Friday night Shootout with an estimated 500 law of- ficers that lasted more than an hour before their hideout house burned. The dead included Donald Dc- 30, the SLA leader known as Cinque; Nancy Ling Perry, 2G, the group's theore- tician; and SLA members Pa- tricia Hollysik, 24; Camilla 29; Angela At- wood, 25, and William Wolfe, 23. The discovery of Miss Hall's charred body, which was not found until Sunday morning, meant the battle and fire had church and the Evergreen Lad- ies church organization. Surviving are three daugh- ters, Mrs. John Watson, Cedar Kapids, Mrs. Ceorge Gould, Iowa City, and Mrs. l.auther, Cedar Rapids; two brothers, S. Waller Lister, Co- lorado Springs, and Ernest R. Monday in l.imvood cemetery by the Hev. A. Reorgc. Kuba funeral home east was in Hcadrick, Clay Taylor Turner ctwiicl east at a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Kr- nest Larson. Further .services will be in the Wagler funeral bonic at liltminfield, '1'ue.sday at Burial: Odd Fellow ntll, William Quarlun, Theron Thomscn, E. J. Aitorfer, Robert Taylor, Floyd Nordstrom, 0. H. committee Winifred Shuttlevtorlh, March 1 through May 13, it wasjMr. and Mrs. James Hall, Mr. ry at Blooml'icUl. reported Monday. Tlie committee is backing the bid of Congressman John Culver, Cedar Rapids Democrat, for ai seat in the U.S. senate. He isj unopposed for his party's nom- ination al the June 4 primary election. These contributions brought the total received by the com- mittee to since and Mrs. Michael McDermott, Gene Mason and Hoover Hub- bard. Gift of A contribulion was re- ceived from L. W. Van Noslrand of Cedar Rapids. Eastern lowans who contrib- uted 5100 each included: Millard Lundt, Toledo; Charles Svobo- lorado Springs, and Ernest R. Fay, Edward s Held Mon- Lister, Phoenix; eight grand- day a't at Turner chapel I Culver announced for senator da. Cluticr; Donald Mu c h i I d r e n and three great-! if s! Iicv' Francis lasl Hilton; Roger Hhomberg Burial: CogKon cemetery. ji'rank U C r t s c h, Dunn [godchildren. ,u.pkeri shcrman _ Tmm hxpenditurcb Gerald and ended the lives of the known SLA members. best- The Weather ,-i High temperatures Sunday, low temp- eratures overnight and inches of ure- cicilalion: Anchorage L. Angeles iSO 55 Atlanta Miami ..BUS .07 Bismarck .5955.75 Mln'anolis 71 Chicago ..58 si N. Orleans 86681.33 Denver ...8953 New York 7153 DUlUth Phoenix ..7653 Honolulu ..8475 Seattle ...6450 Houston ...6372 Wastilngln .W C. R. Weather 'High Sunday .................65 .Low overnight ...............61 ...Noon Monday ................68 2 p.m. Monday...............74 Precipitation .............Trace Total for May ..............7.44 Normal for May ..........3.59 Normal through May......11.40 Total for 1974..............18.46 Barometer, steady ........30.06 Humidity at noon..........85 Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at -p.m., SSE at 1C mph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, low, 62; rainfall, .02. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Hi-Lo Bismarck .Shwrs 60-47 Chicago .........PtCldy 85-64 Cincinnati.......PtCldy 8S-64 .PtCldy 78-56 Des Moines .....Tshwrs 80-63 Detroit 79-58 Indianapolis .....PtCldy 87-64 Kansas City.....Tshwrs 88-65 Milwaukee PtCldy 75-52 Mpls.-St. Paul ...PtCldy 80-60 Okla. City .......PtCldy 84-66 Omaha ..........PtCldy 84-66 St. Louis........Tshwrs 88-68 Sioux Falls ......Shwrs 74-53 Degree Days Saturday ..................13 Sunday.............-.......8 Total to date Through May 19, 1973 Percent of normal year 103.01 Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 7.9, rise .1 Lansing (18) 9.6, rise .4 Dams (18) 18.3, rise .2 McGregor (18) 10.8, rise .3 Gullenberg (15) 9.9, rise .6; Dubuque (17) 11.8, rise .4 Davenport (15) 14.5, fall .5 Keokuk (16) 18.2, rise .1.9 Cedar at C.R. (13) 7.74, fall 1.36 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday .......699.64 Births Mercy May 18 To the families of La-wrcnce Koch, 1330 Burch avenue NW, a daughter; Eldon Silvers, 4420 Bowling street SW, a daughter. May 19 Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Hennessey, 3212 Kenrich drive SW, a son. May 20 and Mrs. Wil- liam .Tacobson, 2532 Townc House drive NW, a son. Births Luke's May 18 To the families of Paul 2211 Kenrich drive SW, triplet daughters; Gary Sctiag, 412 Twenty-ninth street NW, a son. May IS To the families of Keith Franck, Winthrop, n (laughter; Daniel Coffey, 211 Sussex drive NE, a daughter; Thomas SI. John, Swishcr, n daughter; Daryl Zerfoec, E .-ivcnuo NW, a daughter: Mi- chael Fricdcn, 1005 West Tenth avenue, Morion, daughter. Marriage Licenses Joan Haskins and Donald Crippen, Susan Taylor and Thomnn Chchak, Karen Prctz and Robert King, JoAnn Mull ami Charles Brown, jr., Vicki Cross and Charlie Mason, Dcbrn Annclt and David Miller, all of Cedar Rapids. Janet Hnl- hcrl and Dennis Iloltorf, holh of Denver, Colo. Mary Sankey, Marion, and Michael Mc- Donald, Cedar Rapids. Paula Lowe, Marion, and Timothy Whilters, Cedar Rapids. Carol Stone, Central City, and Daniel Stcckcl, Marion. Linda flccd, Walker, and Byron Bach, Center Point. Patricin Ber- licsnti, Marion, and Hichnrd Rei.sner, Cedar Rapids. Fires ii.in. Sundiiy. tinder In- vestigation lit 1531 Washing- ton avenue SK, a.m. Sunday. iMiilfuius tliin of alarm al. Wilson nnd Cci. Monday, Surge In sprinkler system nt 1150 Shaver mud NK. Magistrate's Court SnceUinff Nancy Recker, Delhi; fined and costs. Richard Mueller, 1521 Wash- ington avenue SE; Thomas Crone, 4420 Bowling street SW; John Strait, 1GUO Ellis boule- vard NW; Stanley Clark, 400 Lindale drive, Marion; Mary Umhargcr, 2121 Blairs Ferry road NE; Dennis Taylor, G22 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 McCaughy, Mt. Vernon; Francis Huffman, 2405 Tenth avenue, Marion; Thomas Burd, 1090 Twenty-third street NE; Robert King, 4505 Benton street NE; Mary Costello, route three, Cedar Hapids; Harold Ambrose, Iowa City; Paul Barta, 1016 First avenue NW; each fined 530 and costs. James Fitzpa- trick, 202 Second street NW; Jane Nicholson, 731 Estroy drive NE; Joseph Horak, 1915 Hamilton street SW; Robert Beck, 1038 F avenue NW; f Robert Thompson, Robins; James Young, 2020 Glass road NE; Douglas Thompson, Neva- da: each fined and costs. Faulty equipment Milton Hendryx, 1323 C avenue NE; Robert Gilmer, 0333 Crest- ridge avenue SW; Ty Krumm, Hiawatha; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation Michael Pazour, 44 Twenty- ninth avenue "SW; fined and costs. Kirk Procok, 604 Fourth street NW; Emmons, 1463 Council street Larry NE; Patrick Richards, 840 Or- chard road, Marion; each fined and costs. Geoffrey Lasko, Iowa City; fined and costs. Bruce Engelbart, Anamosa; Marylyn Porter, 1300 Oakland road NE; John Cooper, 418 First avenue NW; each fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Joe Kaiser, 3810 C avenue NE; John Cooper, 418 First avenue NW; each fined and costs. Duane Fouls, 3051 'Sixth street SW; John Murphy, 1423 Thirty-fourth street NE; each fined and costs. Registration violation Kenneth Siemering, 2106 L street SW; fined and costs. Vehicle control Dean Kaplan, 1209 Rose street f SE; fined ?15 and costs. Intoxication Richard Wolf, Fiftieth street NE; John McKoc, route one, Cedar Rapids; each i] fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Manchester Bernard S. Swanson, 78. Tuesday at Shelly's. Dccorah Bernard Borlaug, 58, of Natchez, Miss. Services were Monday at 10 at Steine's. Edffewoocl Abbic Probas- co, 83. Tuesday at Ap- plelon's. Lee (Sylvia) Jackson, 86, Thousand Oaks, Calif. Graveside services Tucs- fi day nt 2, Woodlawn cemetery. Toledo. Visitation at Hender- son's after 7 Monday. J. Hatton, 5D. Tuesday at St. Patrick's Catholic church, Tama. Burial: Woodlawn cemetery, Toledo. Wake service Monday at p.m. Henderson's. Schurficld, 77, Jacksonville, III. Tuesday ai 3 at the graveside in Linwood cemetery, Cedar Rapids. Bcatly-Bcurlc funeral home, Cedar Rapids, is in charge. Freeman Faces Escape Charqe A charge of escape was filed Monday in Linn county clislrict J court against Tony Freeman, 19, who escaped from l.inn county jail Saturday night. Freeman was found to be missing about p.m. Satur- day during a routine jail check. He was found a short time later hiding in the boiler room of the courthouse. Deputies said Freeman removed some bricks from a wall in Ihn jail bnsc- nienl, and then walked through a service tunnel lo the court- house. 'Floral fci from our skilled arffsfs PERSON'S "S" 1800 KI.I.IS NW Hearing Set On was an ex-convict whose voice was most often heard on the tapes spelling out SLA demands. Miss Soltysik, a woman's rights activist, and Mrs. Perry, a former high Retrial cheerleader, belly dancer and one-time supporter of Sen. A hearing has been set for a.m. Tuesday in Linn district court on a motion for a now trial for Jackie Barnett, Goldvvater, were believed to be the principal theoreticians and writers of the SLA's quasi-Marxist political philoso- recently convicted of county coroner said Miss The request was resisted by Linn county Attorney William Faehes, who in a resistance filed May 6, stated "the defense is attempting to 'shotgun' died of gunshot wounds in the head, as did DeFreeze. He said tests were being conducted to find out if any of the victims had committed suicide as their hideout crumbled in flames Fri- court with unnecessary Barnett was found guilty April 18 of making threats in an attempt to extort from-Cedar Hapids business man Robert addition to Miss Hearst and the Harrises, the only other known fugitive still at large was Thero Wheeler, an escaped convict who knew DeFreeze in prison and who was identified in Foreman reports as one of; the The motion for a new who dragged Miss tiled by the defense from her Berkeley comments made by the jury foreman to The Gazette on r'eb. 4. Wheeler's girl friend said recently that he Ihe jury made a finding of broken with the group. contrary to the House The finding of fact referred FBI and police, who saic concerned whether Gary believed the remnants o: 26, of Cedar Rapids, a SLA were on the run, raidec panion of Barnett's, could house Sunday afternoon, not and from the site of Friday's Barnett and Lewis were rested early Dec. 29 after armed members of a nett, picked up a package weapons .team kicked-in ported to contain money front door of the pink frame the doorway of a house at but found no one there. I First avenue that the occupants left suddenly, abandoning Barnett claimed Lewis found the package accidentally when he was trying to get a telephone number from a poster so Barnett, who is nearly blind, could call about buying some that had been prepared in the kitchen. A pair of police dogs trained to seek out Miss Hearst's scent was led through the house. They found nothing, police said. Meanwhile, authorities re- off the house. The jury apparently believed Lewis Christine Johnson, 35, who ran from the besieged not read or write. In his resistance to the motion, Faches noted "that the portions of the transcript provided in the defense motion during the Friday gun battle, and had been booked for investigation of harboring crim-i n a 1 s The charges were not give the full disclosure ;he entire .testimony, but only jits and pieces, apparently Still vorable to the defendant, and that the complete and Daughter testimony as reflected in the record provides a Calif. Sentencing for Barnett is l- Patricia Hearst's for Thursday at 9 still convinced their has been brainwashed, Three Are Monday they hope she will herself up and come home. For Drunk just hope everybody will Three persons were that physically Patty for drunk driving over the weekend in separate still a kidnap said her mother, Mrs. Catherine John Fiore, 21, of Troy, is free on bond after was taken against her arrested by the Iowa and psychologically she patrol near Forty-second the victim of thought con- and Edgewood road NE by terrorists." Hearst and her husband, Glenn Homer Freeman, appeared outside 43, of Walker was being held home for the first lime Linn county jail Monday Hie FBI announced thai ing, lie was arrested by the Hearst was being sought Monday morning after lie an armed and dangerous gedly drove erratically on cil street family spokesman, John Craig Weekly, 20, of said after hearing the was charged with dnink Hearst "just sat in a chair ing, second offense, after remained very quiet for a was arrested Friday. period of lime. deputies slopped him on taking it very hard, way HO about one and a hard." miles west of Cedar snid that "Iliis whole lie was free on 105 days now, it has so Iwisls it's difficult lo pro- 30 YEAHS AGO what's going lo happen Ih ous and lirilish mostly Indians, escaped from camp near Kpinal, France, n want ad help you solve he confusion caused by buying or selling prob- H.A.I'', Dial K. Convenient Downtown Location rloiiittor 308 3rd Avo. SE 365-0511 Over _ ____ Services: 1 p.m. Tuesday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Clifton W. Ellerbcck of Kenwood Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Ihc Cedar Memorial funeral home today and at the chapel after a.m. Tuesday. The cas- ket will he closed at p.m. Tuesday. Mae Coley Mac Colcy, 80, a former resi- dent of Cedar Rapids, died Fri- day in Baraboo, Wist She was 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- vivors. Services: Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Oak Hill cemetery, North Freedom. Redlin-Scheible funer- al home, Baraboo, in charge of arrangements. Shell! Black Infant Lynn Black, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pau" J. Black, 2211 Kenrich drive SW, died Sunday. She was one of triplets born Saturday. She is survived by her parents, two sisters, Shannon Lee and Shawn Marie, and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs H. J. Whitehead, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. B. "E. Black, Easton, Pa. Private services will be con- ducted at Cedar Memorial cem- etery. Turner chapel east was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Jack Stilson Guadalupe J. Stilson, wife ol Jack Stilson, 1580 Second a nue SE, died early Monday fol- lowing a sudden illness. Born Sept. 7, 1927, in Cedar Rapids she had been a Cedar Rapids resident all her life, and was a member of Immaculate Concep tion church. Surviving in addition to her husband, Jack, is her father Joseph Chavez, Cedar Rapids; four brothers, Joseph Chavez, jr., Las Vegas, Larry and Free Chavez, Cedar Rapids, Jesse Chavez, Hiawatha; and a sister, Mary Mullin, of Cedar Rapids. Services: Immaculate Con- ception Catholic church at 10 a.m. Friday by .the Rev. Wil- liam P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary cemetery. A Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Thurs- day by Father Leonard in Turner chapel cast. Friends may call at Turner east after 11 a.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Leo Burger Ruth E. Burger, 79, of 1041 Fifth avenue SE, widow of Leo F. Burger, died Sunday after a long illness. Mrs. Burger was born April 26, 1895, in Cedar Rapids and had been a lifelong resident. She was a retired 25- year employe of Quaker Oats Co. She was a member of the In- terdenominational church and the Quaker Oats Employe club. Surviving are two sons, Elmer, Cedar Rapids, and Kenneth, Davenport; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services Wednesday p.m. at Brady-Kuba funeral home by the Rev. A.J. Stoakcs of Inter- denominational church. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call al Brady-Kuba funeral home after 10 a.m. Tuesday. Steer Killed When Hit by Car A steer valued at was struck by a car and killed on lighway 150 south of Center Point Saturday night. Driver of the car, Duane P. Enos, 33, of Hudson, said ho was rounding a curve when he came upon Ihe Black Angus steer standing in Ihe middle of Ihc road. chapel at noon Tuesday by imiy rail at Turner west untili'ce spokesman reported, leaving a.m. Tuesday. Tlic casket j a balance of Murray, and Duuuqiie; _____re Arthur Campaign expenditures__toJMartensen, Clinton; Charles "Williams, jr. Charlotte; Ed will not bo upcnrvl after the! service. McCunc, Kobfirt A. Turner chapel west at 3 p.m. Tuesday the Rev. Mary A. While. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Turner west until p.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Shima, Marcngo; Carl Strub, jr., Iowa City, and Raymond Copies of the report were filedlMcDcrmott, Cascade. over re Four traffic accidents involv- ing personal injury occurred weekend in Cedar over the Rapids Kenneth Paul Oliver, 39, of 1323 K street SW, was charged with disobeying a traffic signal when he pulled out from a stop sign into the path of a car driv- en by Harry J. Holmes, 21, of 1400 Fourth street SW, late Sat- urday night. The accident occurred at the intersection of C street and Fif- teenth avenue SW. Injured were Holmes and a passenger in his car, Dennis McVay, 19, of 1000 Eighth street NW. Both were treated for lacerations at Mercy hospital and then released. Four people were injured fol- lowing an accident early Sun- day morning involving cars driv- en by Donald D. Hartman, 21, of 2123 Thirty-third avenue SW, and William H. Lynch, 50, of 301 Larick drive, Marion. Lynch, Harlman, Jean Marie Lynch, 48, of 301 Larick drive, Marion, and. Lena 20, of' North Carolina were all treated at Mercy hospital anc released. Hartman allegedly crosset the centerline and struck the car driven by Lynch. Hartman was charged with driving on the wrong side of the roadway. Randy Dulin, 22, of Vinton, was charged with failure to yield right'of way at a stop sig- nal following a collision Friday night of his car and one driven by Charles M, Vanourny, 37, of 2443 Illinois street SW. Darlys Jones, 22, of Calmar, Dulin's passenger, was injured in the mishap. She was treated at St. Luke's hospital and re- leased. Dulin's car allegedly ran the stop sign at the intersection of Twelfth street and First avenue SE colliding with the eastbound car driven by Vanourny. Sharon Ann Urban, 23. of 1512 Seventeenth avenue SE, was treated for whiplash at St. Luke's hospital and released fol lowing a three-car accident early Saturday morning. Her car was struck in the rear by one driven by John H. 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 cars were traveling cast in the 1100 block of First avenue SE at the lime. No charges >were filed. Jury Chosen For Bank Case A federal court jury of seven women and five men was select- ed Monday for the trial of three men accused of burglary and conspiring lo rob five Iowa banks in and 1970. Defendants in the case arc with the secretary of the senate in Washington and the Iowa sec- retary of state's office in Des Moines. Contributions for the March 1- May 13 period ranged from iiriany of each to one of !by the AFL-CIO Committee on 'Political Action Wash- ington, D.C. Kennedy Gift Included among those con- tributing to the Culver campaign was Sen. Ted Ken- nedy of Massachusetts, on whose staff Culver served bc- 'ore being elected to congress in 1964. Cedar Rapids residents who contributed each to the Culver campaign included: Ron- ald Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as Collins, Roger Lindo, Ken- neth Haatie, William Ryan, Fred Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Jo- seph Kosinski, George Sullivan, Mr. 'and Mrs. J. F. Roland, Rich- ard Scherline, Michael O'Don- A contribution was re- :eivcd from Lois Beardslee, Clinton. Contributors Contributions of each verc received from John Crys- al, Coon Rapids, and Joseph iosenfield, Des Moines. Other contributors in- cluded: the International Ladies arment Workers Union, New York City; the Transportation 3olitical Education League, Cleveland; Stewart Mott, New York City. A contribution was re- ceived from the Laborers' Polit- cal League, Washington, and one of from the Action Committee for Rural Electrifica- tion, Washington. (Continued from Page 1.) filings, the state and the com- pany entered into negotiations toward a compromise. The company maintained the sale of promissory notes is ex- empt from regulation by the state. Last month, the Iowa City company maintains, its offices were told a Johnson county dis trict court judge had issued a court .order for the company to produce-its records tor exami nation. No Order Issued The attorneys contend that af ter checking with the court, i was learned no such order had been issued. Further meetings toward compromise were started. Thp state filed a suit against the firm May 6, contending the firm had not fulfilled licensing re- quirements as required by law. The firm asks damages, con tending the suit filed by the James Aossey Pleads Guilty Former Cedar Hapids business man James Aossey, now an in- mate at the Fort Madison -peni- tentiary changed his plea Mon- day in Cedar Rapids federal court to guilty on one count of a two-c o u n t indictment dealing stolen jewels. Aossey admitted to transport- ing stolen jewelry, valued" at from Moline to Cedar Rapids Aug. Asst. U.S. Attorney ,.Robert Sitatia said the' second count, charging that Aossey subse- quently transported the proper- ty to Las Vegas and Los Ange- les, will be dismissed at the time of sentencing. Possible Sentence Aossey could receive a max- imum sentence of and-or 10 years in prison. He presently is serving a five-year term in connaction with the theft of in merchandise from a Cedar Rapids supermarket in 1970. In court Monday, Aossey state "has caused irreparable injury to the company." 'dalmed he and others injunctions against the company and appointment of a receiver for the firm. The firm claims the state's action was "in viola- tion of due process." (Continued from Page 1.) interviewed on ABC's "Issues and also said Nixon should not resign. The country, Bush said, "should leave aside political expediency and see the (impeachment) process through." Michel also said he was "un- alterably opposed" to resigna- tion. In other developments: Dwight Chapin, sentenced last week to 10-30 months in prison for lying to a Watergate grand jury, appealed his conviction Monday. Cliarlcs "Bebe" Rehozo Mon- day accused the senate Water- gate committee and three of ils staffers with leaking false news stories to "humiliate and em- jarrass him" during their in- vestigation of a cam- paign contribulion from Howard Hughes. Hep. Harold Froclicli of Wis- J a c k Raymond Scott and'consin' ;l Republican member Dwight Morgan Bachman, both of Des Moines, and Robert Weeks, 38, now serving a prison term in Uniisiana. Opening arguments were ex- pected to begin lale Monday af- ternoon, following the selection of juries for two oilier trials. when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST nnd GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED HOURS [VERY DAY. asked the house judiciary com- mittee Monday to let the courts decide whether President Nixon must surrender tapes sub- poenaed by Ihc committee. Sikma terms the action a real hold-up, however. "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 C.R. According to the government, Aossey kept the property in Cedar Rapids until taking them to Las Vegas on April 19, 1973, for the purpose of selling them. Sikma says Aossey eventually sold the jewelry for "about in Los Angeles. He was arrested by FBI agents and Cedar Rapids police on his re- turn on April In addition lo Sharon Rogers, others will be formally charged with federal crimes, according to Sikma. Aossey, 43, formerly lived at 3225 Parkview court SE. Central City Man Arrested after Fight A rural Central City man was arrested by Hiawatha police Saturday night for fighting and disturbing the peace following a disturbance at the Fireplace Lounge, 200 North Center Point road, Hiawatha. LaVerne Silver, 22, was re- leased after posting bond on each charge. John B. Turner Son Funeral Directors since 1888 Now, two completely-staffed locations to serve you. 'UtriKT'sUast HooSccond Avc.Si; 'lUrnrT'sWosl U-JlFir.slAve.Wcst'   

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