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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATION*! WI AT Hi I It ft VICI fOitCAH lo 7 AIA IIT 4,    ~    74 *9.$$ AIA' Obituaries —Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) Tin* Cedar Rapids Gazette: FrL, .lune 21, 1971 Harry T. Selk Harry Theodore Belk, 1329 F avenue NW, a 70, of Cedar quired to pay them, but he said previously he would voluntarily pay up. The IHS’ figure for 1969 is secret, but congress’ joint committee on internal revenue taxation estimated the 1969 under- risdiction into the impeachment J. Claude Goodenouqh I process that (tie Constitution as- y signs solely to the house of rep-.1 Claude Goodenough, 69, of n . w ,natives ,.. .    ,    ...    .910Third street SW, died Thurs- “Balance Altered” K.ip^rariderrt most of his Pf.' ,    j „ Tho offec( wi)a(cwr the in |dkd TMfollowing ,.brief    *    J*    .     of    th( ,     dures    : payment at $171,055. itas Born March 8 IIM ll. • S 'P*. X, UM. he Was a htelong    ^ „ t hc     da|    .-Tho President plans to pay | Keystone,    he    moved    to Cedar!    recent of Cedar Kapid*.    pouter would be to produce jail the amounts that he said he Rapids    iii    I .Mb,    arid    had been    n<> wa s a retired employe of j evidence for the congress that would, including that for 1969,” I Co. Reniek and ford and a member congress could not obtain by a White House spokesman said, years,of u, ( , American Federation of j| g own procedures,” Nixon’s at- “and he is making his payments (Irainmillers, local IOO. Surviv- torneys said.    on schedule.” ing are four brothers, Harvey, if this is permitted, they said,! When members of the judicial! Glenn Goodenough and Ted * * t h e constitutional balance (ary committee complained Williams, all of Cedar Rapids, would be altered in ways that I Thursday that the staff had and James Thome, Chicago. no one alive today could predict raced through the tax matter, Services:    Sunday at 2 at or measure.”    Chairman Rodino (D-N.J.) Brosh chapel by the very Rev.    “Often a price has    to be Canon Dominic Ixrferski. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Saturday. UM WI ATK! I f OTOC AIT 9) until his ago. He and Lera Martin were married .July I, 1943, in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Selk was a veteran . of World war II, and a member of the American Legion and Trinity Lutheran church. Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter, Mrs. .Jeff Konard, and a son, Jack Selk, both of Cedar Rapids; five grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs Robert Meyer, Keystone, Mrs. Richard Pippert, Garrison;, three brothers, Ray, Laporte ] City; Vincent, Newburg, Ore.,' and Albert Granby, Colo. —Colson— (Continued from Page I.) sent to prison because of “public expectations.” He said sending Colson to prison “would be, in my view, a most popular decision. It would also be a terribly short-sighted one.” The judge interrupted him saying, “You’re barking up the wrong tree . . . you are beating a dead horse.” Gesell said public opinion would not sway him one way or the other. As he sentenced the defendant, Gesell said, “The court Pain is expected Friday night from the mid plains, northeastward throughout the mid Mississippi valley, Ohio-Tennessee valley and into most of the northeast. Clear to partly    Trinity Lutheran church by the I Monticello, he had resided in cloudy elsewhere.     n ‘ ~    *     r ' nJ    ”     1    *"     lU ~ Robert Rohrer Robert W. Rohrer, 74, of Linn Junction road, rural route 3,L    .. , ., . died Friday following a bri( . fj tlie na .on s history have cut so 'close to the heart of the basic paid in the short term in order to preserve the principle of separation of powers, and thereby to preserve the basic constitutional balances, in the longer term,” the Nixon attorneys continued. St. Clair said that few cases in Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday at illness. Born Nov. 7, 1899, in    ,     U1C    Ti I., . y .u:vinnii,.,.M„ he hod wMd in constitutional system in which I Key. Richard L. Thompson.;Cedar Rapids and vicinity the    are    ™toi^ Burial: Linwood. There will be I as l 21 years. at does recognize that Colson’s agreed to further examination public image was .somewhat disat Friday’s closed session. torted” but that he had to send Also on tap Friday was a him to prison. review of the secret bombing of neutral Cambodia — a serious impeachable offense in the eyes of some erstwhile Vietnam doves here. Party-Line Split The committee divided along party lines on the question of whether impeachable miscon- The sentence means that Colson must serve at least one year at an institution not yet designated. The judge gave him until July 8 to surrender. Deal with Jaworski Colson had been charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice and obstructing justice in the Seed Oats Trial Comes duct could be charged to Nixon Watergate cover-up case and for underpaying his taxes. with conspiracy to violate the Rep. Mezvinsky (D-Iowa) said (Civil rights of Ellsberg’s psychi- The Weather Extended Forecast — Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday with a chance of rain Tuesday. Highs, 70s to low 80s. Lows, in 50s. High temperatures Thursday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation: Anchorage    63 St    L. Angelas    8$ 84 Atlanta    90 ss    Miami    84    79 Bismarck    89 S9    .03    Minneapolis    87 63 .81 Chicago    87 66    1.SI    N. Orleans    89 67.07 Denver    95 SB    ..    New York    BS 73 Duluth ... 78 48 .. Phoenix 11183 Honolulu    88 74    Seattle    71 53 Houston    90 78    Washington    88 70 .. its core, this is a case that turns i    „    in-.    ....    j    on the separation of powers.” military services at the come-! Surviving are a son, Milo, and, .. A ll other considerations are, KCD Mez , ^Friends 0 may’'cal" ^TLerlof MtntTcel^ 5 ' wven i^': sccon(lary . bccausc preserving!,,,, found “serioiis questions" in|«trirt in the plumbers case. chapel west until 9 Im Sunbelt i N r e n 'and 16 R „ rca t, (hc lntc K r ity of the separation of the tax matter and hoped Ute:Both those charges were dis-i I 'I .,    “ i. * sa i iu ii    powers is vital to the preserva- committee would cursue them, missed Friday. until 3 church from IO a.rn. grandchildren.    tion of our Constitution as a liv- „ w ,     at    r raud    and    Colson    pled    guilty    on    June T    C    ll    u t ’ n Monda y- Ihc Services: Turner chapel castling body of fundamental law,” , nos „ ih u criminal of 3 to a ncwl y drawn charge of O an E n d casket w,n not be opencd * noon Monday by the Rev.; st Claircontended.    at other ^Me mtmna of- -- Wilbert Trusheim of Buffalo    “Not    Sovereign’'    senses,    said    Mezvinsky.    The The seed oat fraud scheme Nellie E. Wagner United Methodist church.l The White House lawyers also I™”*®**!®whimVnu'Jes re trial came to a close in Cedar Nellie E Wagner, JOO, of 430 Burial: Oakwood cemetery,!argued that Nixon should not *" ?    .    .f    _ f    ahat    f>nn . Rapids federal court Friday .Dunreath drive NE, widow of Monticello. Friends may call at have been named an unindicted s [ r . lc ,     n    imn-a „ ha hin Coaler Cedar Rapids Nancy mornin e wilb the final witnessjwillard I.. Wagner, died Friday Turner east.    co-conspirator on grounds he iajf^v! an Miller,’ Marion, and Sidney b e \ n f? government ^rebuttal j at her home following a brief     —    not subject to normal criminal rense - Wiley, Patricia Frit/, and Charles Heneke, Diane Friedman and David Bradley, Ardis Lloyd and William Schindler, all of Cedar Rapids. Lillian Mr-zena, Cedar Rapids, and Ernie P o d h a j s k y, Traer. Annette Kruger, Cedar Rapids. Cher! 1 w i t n e s s Barbara Blake, a illness. Born Dec. 19, 1873, in Tref/, and Ralph Dunn, jr., both I former employe of Interstate Columbus, Wis., she was mar-Loggon. Janice Shipton, g eed B ro j( ers    r j cd Nov. 7 1894, in Northwood, Mrs. Blake, formerly of Audu- where she lived before moving obstructing justice. In that plea he admitted that in 1971 he concocted and carried out a scheme to “defame and of. destroy the public image and credibility” of Ellsberg, then nearing trial in the Pentagon of Coggon. Janice Cedar Rapids, and Dale Wind-] miller, Griggsville, 111. Michele Prochaska and Wes Cerveny, both of Fairfax. Marriages Dissolved Tamae and George Oliphant. Fires First avenue NE. 6:37 p.m. Thursday. Rescue person from roof at 1407 Sev- C. R. Weather High Thursday.............91 Low overnight ...............67 Noon Friday ................ 80 2 p.m. Friday ................82 Precipitation .................37.    2:42 p.m. Thursday. Malfunc- Total for June ..............3    48    ^ on    of    alarm    system    at    1820 Normal for June ..........5.21 Normal through June —16.61 Total for 1974 ..............24.74    enth avenue SE. Barometer, falling .........29.67    10:01 p m Thursday. Appar- „    ....    .     0 . if w    ent false alarm at I <76 Mallory Humidity at noon 83%    i street sw Wind direction and velocity at    2:56 a.m. Friday. Malfunction 2 p.m. S at 6 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 5:31; sun sets, 8:46. Year Ago Today — High, 77; low, 59; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck ........PtCldy    72-54 Chicago .........PtCldy    75-59 Cincinnati • • Shwrs 80-58 Cleveland  PtCldy    71-52 Des Moines . . •.. Shwrs    73-55 Detroit ............Fair    75-50 Indianapolis Tshwrs    79-56 Kansas City Tshwrs    82-62 Milwaukee  PtCldy 63-50 Mpls.-St. Paul ...PtCldy    74-50 Omaha •  ........PtCldy    82-60 St. Louis........Tshwrs    84-60 Sioux Falls......PtCldy    74-51 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 9.4, fall .3 Lansing (18) 12.0, rise .4 Dam 9 (18) 21.2, no change McGregor (18) 14.2, rise .5 Guttenberg (15) 13.0, rise .7 Dubuque (17) 16.3, rise 1.5 Davenport (15) 12.9, rise .6 Keokuk (16) 14.7, rise .2 bon but now living in Sterling, Colo., testified she worked part time as a secretary for the finland its two officials, Sarby and Mert Wolf. to Cedar Rapids 14 years ago. She was a member of Northwood United Methodist church Duane I and a charter member of Helen Hilman Dwelle chapter of DAR She also said she used to be a in Northwood. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Reid Lyford, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. D. L. Johnson, Missoula, Mont.; three granddaughters and ten great- bothering them.’ She also said the reasoning of alarm system at 118 Second avenue SE. Magistrate’s Court Speeding — Carol Carrell, 137 Twenty-ninth street drive SE; fined $40 and costs. Beverly Sanders, Solon; Tony Bara- nowski, 1614 Third avenue SE; I behind raising dealership    fees each fined $35 and costs. Al- .. ben Sturtz, 1332 Ninth street was lhjt    sa,d    lf    "'ey NW; Nate Cohn, 2222 First ave- could get $750, they might as nue NE; each fined $3() and well try for more.” The men, costs. Charles LeGrand Lisbon; sbe sa j d thought “farmers were Rex Smith, jr., Hiawatha; Allen .    ’ „ . °    ... Heintz, Springville; each fined eas y ( ° “•* to - "’ey would bu y $20 and costs.    | anything." Traffic signal violation -J When Interstate went out of Arden Fitzsimmons, 1326 Vi I business, Mrs. Blake claimed, Second street SE; fined $20 and g^y, anc | Wolf thought it was costs. Mark Olinyk, Coe col- ..,.. J lege; fined $10 and costs.     1,ke a J oke or something.” She Intoxication — Wilma Lewis,    didnt led it vsas 1127 Sixth street NW; Gerald “very serious.” Hepker, no address; each fined| The defense’s sole    witness, $25 and costs.    IS a r b y ,    finished testimony Plate violation — Joshua Thnrsdav iftpmnnn Sun, Mt. Vernon; fined $10 and ,hurs(id > afternoon. “personal friend” of Sarby’s, having met him while both were employed by the Carlson Sunflower Co. in Audubon. She later commuted to Omaha — 80 miles away — to work, “one or two grandchildren, days a week,” for Interstate. Services: Monday at North- Commission Cleeks    r° d , U "i te<i Me ' hodist church Burial: Sunset Rest cemetery, Mrs. Blake testified that the |Northwood. Friends may call at two defendants in the trial sent,the Conner funeral home, North-$50 commission    checks to    wood. The family suggests that dealers “so people    would stop    friends may, if they wish, con- HntHnrinrr tisAm    tribute to the charity of their Memorial Services processes. They said such ac- Mezvin:sky ^ al d he p ’ p ap€rs case Himes, Eugene E. — IO a.m. Bon also prejudices the ongoing     mR    In    return    for the plea, special or.™ n    Watergate    prosecutor    Leon Ja worski made public his under- Saturday in St. Wcnceslaus impeachment inquiry church bv the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Wake service: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Kuba funeral home east. Perkins, Boletta (Halstead — Saturday at 10:30 at Christ United Presbyterian church by the Rev. Robert Bouton. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west. Gentile, Aimee — Saturday tial acceptance of a $482,018! Jaworski responded that the deduction for the gift of vice-framers bf the Constitution prudential papers a e uc s ^ anc ji n g s w |th Colson. “were very careful to provide Allowed upon re-audit.    ....... for a presidency with defined Rep. Wiggins (R-Caiif.) found and limited constitutional Nixon “pure as the driven “Mr. Colson will immediately powers and not the prerogatives snow,” and Rep. McClory <R- provide statements under oath and immunities of a sovereign.” Ill ), said the President^ has a nd will produce all relevant Jaworski argued that “under;been “vindicated” by the IRS. our Constitution the people are-- cemetery. Friends,^ gtate rema j ns subject to the law.” Manchester Woman To Energy Council documents in his possession upon the request of the Watergate special prosecution force,” the Jaworski letter to Colson’s attorney said. “He may be required to testify Ap- as a witness for the U. S. in any at 3 at Turner chapel west by | sovereign and the President, the Rev. Lyle V. Kuehl. Burial: though Chief Executive and chief 1 Linwood cemetery. — may call at Turner west. Hunter, Blanche Pauline —!    ,    .    ,    „ Saturday at 1:30 at Turner! Although there have been a DES MOINES (AP] chapel east by Dr. Arnold i few notorious instances in our pointment of five people as pub- and all cases with respect to Ilerbst. Burial: Oakwood come- * history in which Presidents have lie members of the state’s new which he may have relevant in- calf’at^rurncr^ast unTiM Sit- refused lo 8 ive appropriate ener gy policy council was an-formation.” urday. The casket will not * be force to judicial decrees, or are noU nced Friday by Gov. Robert Colson himself said he pled opened after the service.    reported to have made disdain-j Ray    guilty to regain his “ability --ful statements about the deci- Tho five, whose terms will i 10 te " everything I know about Want ads are easy to use and sions, non involved directly dis- r(jn un ,n j^g 30 1975 are:    the Watergate and Watergate- choice. Turner’s east was in j produce quick, satisfying re- obedience of a court order. ”    <bren S. Olson. 60.' Hum- related matters." charge of local arrangements, (suits Dial 398-8234. Seven Injured in Four C.R. Traffic Accidents Seven persons were injured in j Maude Holsinger, 68, of 120 four traffic accidents Thursday Thirty-fourth street SE, suffered and early Friday None was lacerati011s and bruises Thurs . hospitalized.    I , mi .    .    .. .    . day when she was injured in a The most recent accident sent |    ...    ., Edward Cable, 30, of 815 car *P edestr,an acc,dent at the Jaworski wrote. “More impor-j^'f^^ and president of He said wou,d not have tautly, it is the judgment of his- < the board of the Iowa Assn 0 f been able to do that while a de- tory that those were essentially R ura j Electric Cooperatives. fendant in two cases. lawless departures from constitutional norm ” the Conversion Robert D. Porter, 46, Sioux City independent oil jobber. After leav j ng the White House llarriette J. Baum, 63, Man- in March, 1973, Colson said he chester business woman and became a Christian. He met real estate broker.    frequently for prayer and fel- Harriette Lindberg, 32, Des    lowship with a group including Moines homemaker and former-    Hughes, ly an education consultant to Hughes has said it was at WASHINGTON —''The house     Iovva * >ower arx * Light Co.    these meetings that Colson, on to j d    James F. Fuller, 45, Musca-    j his own, decided to plead guilty. Panel Told IRS Eyed Nixon Tax Fraud Penalty Gazette Leased Wires uu " aiu v " aurc ,     Ui    ,    .    judiciary    committee    was told James r. ruuer, u, ,Yiusv.a-;pis own. aeciaeu to pieaa guilty. Eighth street NW, to St. Luke’s I intersection of I irst avenue and    ^    Internal    Revenue    ^ ne *    8 enera l    manager    of    Mus-    Colson    himself    would not dis- G’cdar at C.R. (13) 6.0. fall .IO Coraiville Lake Pool level Friday 706.07 Births — Mercy June 20 — To the families of Christine Miller, 314 Norwich drive SW, a daughter; Thomas Harris. 225 Twenty-ninth street drive SE, a daughter; Jerome Lott titer, 1780 Valley View drive, Marion, a daughter. June 21 — To the families of Russell Williams, 2621 Johnson avenue NW, a son; Edward Mattes. 99 Boca Chica, Hiawatha, a son. Births — St. Luke's June 20 — To the families ofj James Tripp, 1224 Rainbow boulevard, Hiawatha, a daughter; James Vogt, 384 Thirty-first street SE, a son; Scott Andrea. 1800 Ninth avenue SW, a son; Edward Burnell, 1705 B street SW, a son; David Reese, 82 0 Twenty-seventh street, Marion, a son; Michael Elliott, Martelle, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Medford, Ore. — Dr. and Mrs. Marian Morse, a son June 20. Mrs. Morse is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I Ben, 3200 Twelfth avenue SE. At Carol Stream, III. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Swanson, a son June 20. Swanson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swanson, 155 Twentieth street drive NW. At Overland Park, Kau. — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schley, a daughter June 19. Schley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schley, 1512 Tenth avenue SW. Marriage Licenses Sally Cook and Steven Taylor Judith Martin and John Graham. Kathleen Carleton and James Cole, Diane Eren-berger and Daniel Bernacle!, Laurel! Hutton and Michael costs. Driver’s license violation — Danny Fenton, 5409 J street SW; fined $10 and costs. Faulty equipment — Terry Wells, Davenport; Becky Stout, Palo; Jak Jones, 2925 Johnson avenue NW; each fined $10 and costs. Driving on wrong side — Courtright Hawley, 3200 Southland street SW; fined $15 and costs Striking unattended vehicle — Joyce Carman, 1219 Eighteenth street NW; fined $30 and costs. Striking fixtures adjacent to street — Margaret Gleason, 1506 E avenue NE; fined $30 and costs. Meter violation — Randy Hey, 1323 B avenue NE; fined $165 and costs. Harry Hitte, 1624 Fourth avenue SE; (fined $25 and costs. —Painter— (Continued from Page I.) hospital suffering from a cut Thirty-fourth street NE.    Service mnsidered ritinp Pres-1 catine Power and Water Co. above the left eye and torn    liga- she was treated at    St.    Luke’s    '.dent Nixon for    civil    fraud in ■Hents in his left knee.    [hospital.    connection with his    income tax Cable was injured when the! po|jee sajd she ran jlUo , het returns for 1969-72. committee motorcycle he was riding struck side flf car drivcn    b    h    mem bers said. a parked car at 2:09 a rn.    Fro A Chiaram0nlc . ,539 w as h,ng- day in front of 617 E.ghth street! (on avenue gE NW. No charges were filed.    „    . No charges were filed in the accident. She was hurt when sh Denies Allegation He denied being what Asst. U. S. Atty. Alan Kirshen termed “a silent partner” in Northern Seed Brokers of Waterloo, one of the other firms indicted for fraud. In replying to a question by Kirshen, Sarby said farmers who argued that Interstate;St.    Lukes    hospital Thursday     s0u ^j 1 j 30und j ane    0 f    Thirty-fourth promised a “buy back” arrange- i a ffor they were injured in a two-     street ment of their oat harvest were car    collision    at First avenue and    *    *    * “liars.”    Fortieth    street    NE. He also said he intended to Police .said the accident ♦ * The IRS finally decided on a 5 percent penalty for negligence, in addition to finding that Nixon underpaid his taxes by $432,787 Four persons were treated at attempted to run across ^ I over the four-year period, they oc- inspect the crop of oats Interstate sold to farmers but that his business fowl'd before the crop came in. Shirley J. Pratt. 35, of 2968 Waveland drive NW, suffered a Iowa Deaths Oelwein — Newell Davis, 71 Saturday at 1:30, Hazleton Methodist church. Brant’s. Toledo — Glen L. Steward, 67. Monday at 2, Henderson’s. Burial: Haven cemetery, rural Tama, with flag presentation by the Toledo American Legion post. Sigourney— Anna Hull, 88. I Saturday at 2, Holm’s. Decorah — Mrs. Rent* Rosenthal, 75. Saturday at ll, Hope Abandoned for IO Aboard Cruiser LONO BEACH (UPI) pleasure cruiser Shooting Star. The week-long search for survivors of the craft, which sank off Mexico, officially ended at midnight Thursday. said Discussion within IRS over whether to cite Nixon for fraud or negligence was brought to the attention of the committee in connection with its impeachment inquiry. Committee members said the decision to settle for the lesser penalty percent made by IRS Commissioner Donald Alexander. his wife, Becky, who accom-■ fraud calls for a 50 P anied bim to Marion Thursday,; assessment — was hav e one child. F red Day, the former city I manager, resigned May IO for 1969 Not Paid Members of the impeachment health reasons. curred when a car driven by head cut Thursday in a two-car Nora Shay, 32. of 1734 llinkley Jcollision at the intersection of avenue NW, and another car j Collins road and Council driven by Barbara J. Woodard, |street NE 38, of Wyoming, collided as j The car driven by Pratt and a Shay attempted to make a left car driven by Steven I). Shif-turn in front    of Woodard’s car.    flott, 17, of 4418    Walker street , Shay was treated    for head and j NE, collided. T^’lneck injuries at St. Luke’s hos- No charges were filed in the coast guard Friday gave up for pita j    accident. Police said one of the i no mrv^s a id 'thev also learned lost the IO people aboard the     members #f all ()nslow overhead traffic lights had becnL at whju , NixoI ; has paid bis family who were riding in Wood-1turned from Collins road to overdue taxes for 1970 through ard’s car were injured. They Council street, which gave: 1973^ he has still not paid back northbound cars    on    Council street the green    light    at the same time as traffic on Collins cuss the circumstances surrounding his plea except to say that yes, “absolutely,” it occurred because of his becoming a Christian. Outside the court, Colson made a brief statement to reporters. “I just want to say one thing and that’s all I’m going to say: I’ve committed my life to Jesus Christ. I can work for the Lord in prison or out of prison before "coming To and    ‘ Wet* to do,” he said. “What happened today is the Lord’s will and the court’s will.” Ohio, Portland State in Oregon and did graduate work at the University of Oregon. He holds a bachelor of science degree in public affairs. He was an administrative in tern in Beaverton and Spring field. Ore Burlington. He served as lieutenant in the U. S. army artillery from 1966 to 1969 Painter is married. He and Sh*’* Spatial! l0t h»r Know with Flowers PIERSON’S I HOO ELLIS BLVD. NW Flowerphone .T66-IH26 ELO SHOP were: Charles Castle, 26, who suf- ^ All reasonable possibilities of I fo red a ^ cad injury; Debby ^ a *H ro . ld detecting possible survivors in l ^ c * w ^° suffered a > ignt that area have been exhaust- 1 ankla '"W. and !? ra " d J! ra ?" < M taxes for 1969 Since the statute of limitations had expired for the 1969 taxes, the President could not bt' re- First Lutheran church. Olson- od,” a coast guard spokesman one y ear * Fj els tul’ Decorah — Adclla Curtis, 84. Saturday at IO, Steine’s. Burial: Morgan Center cemetery, Cresco. Iowa City Angela Whet-stine, 4. Saturday at 1:30, George L. Gay’s. Burial: Washington cemetery. There will be no visitation. A memorial has been established. Independence Alta M Basquin, 68. Saturday at 2:30, White’s. Burial: Hazleton cemetery. 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