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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAllONAi StUVICf to 7AM HI 7 9 ?4 fiSt Justices Grill Jaworski on Jury's Action on President The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., July 8, 1974 KANCIBC vw LOS ANartts lOWIM I fe NEWOfntANB 30.00 ,V 0 'Continued from Page 1.) from the start un the question of ing named Nixon an unmdieted co-conspirator in the cover-up. JUMICI: led oil ine questions before Jawor.ski had been up five minutes, asking what the grand jury's naming of had to do with the tapes of 64 conversations ki wants in the Sep- Uial ol six ol Nixoii'.s aides and associates, oilier judges jumped into liut some congressmen be- lieve a ruling favoring Nixon would give his actions an air of legitimacy that would go beyond tile issues before tiie court and lake tile steam out of the im- peachment isxae. possibility raises tiie court rules against Nixon and he abides with thi: decision and surren- Cedar Rapids Obituaries A lliird doubts. If would be under compulsion In try to get the tapes for its own Pastor of Two Area Churches Dies at 59 The Kev. Harold Justice, d! Robins, pastor of the Robins and Garrison Churches ut tiie Brethren and a resident of the Cedar Rapids and Robins area for the last 22 years, died Sun- day in a Ccdar Rapids hospital. C i t y he was married to Kathryn lliller. July 22. 19-13. at (irandview. The Kev. Mr. Jus- W Ofl Wf f D1DCASJ Rain is expected in parts of upper California and the western sections of Montana. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. n's, Clarence, where friend liay. Memorial has been es tablisiied. jury's aetion against Nixon was-weeks, and congress is already i necessary lo get a full picture to get the vote over with -the conspiracy and thus to lo get out of town so tain an order'from Judge John members can have time to ex- for the evidence. plain their vole on impeacii- 'ment, no matter wliieh way they Sending Material jgo. Republicans particularly Douglas .said the grand jury i feel the pressure, jwas sending material to thej chairman Rodino ID-N.J.) is j h o u s c judiciary committee j (0 dlsalss whiit course .Which is conducting an follov, Rul ,he I into whether grounds exist for t jibe impeachment of Nixon, but m-jgjna[ (imet-ible .jJaworski responded: jealli I "Ihe grand jury sent nothing1 Ijiiversity of low a. In he was ordained in the Church of Cod in North Ameri- ca, and has served as pastor of Calvary liible church in North and the Robins and 1 Garrison Churches of Ihe Brethren. He had also been cm- i ployed by Collins Radio 18 i years, until retiring in 1970. i Surviving are his wife; three sons, Robert II., St. Paul, and j Rapids; six daughters, Mrs. Janis Holland, Debra Gardner, Cindy Gardner and Tracv Gardner, and two brothers, Mi- chael Gardner and Danny John- son; and a grandmother. Lvdia Rcd.-igaez, all of Cedar Rapids. Services: a.m. Thursday ;at Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. William Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary. A chapel east. Friends may call at Turner chapel east after noon Tuesday and until lu a.m. Thursday. Mrs. Lumir Kolarik Louise Adelaide Kolarik. Ii2. of 2623 .Ml. Verncn avenue KK. diet! at her home Sunday eve- ning after a brief illness. A life- long resident of Cedar Rapids, she was born Feb. 3, 1912. She Was married to Lumir Ko- larik March 1933, al Cam- bridge, 111. Mrs. Kolarik was a member of First Christian i" addition to her usband is a daughter, Judv K. John Bahning, 424 Memorial drive SE, died Sunday sftPr long illness. Born March 6, 1836, at New Vienna, she came to Cedar Kapids from Uyersville 22 years ago. She was a member of All Saints Catholic church, the Rosary and Altar Society and the Catholic Daughters of Amor- Surviving in addition to her daughter are three grand- children and three sisters, Ann Freiburg, Fort Madison, Clara Vorwald, New Vienna, and Rose Uyersville. Services. All Saints church Wednesday at a.m. by the Rev. Edmund Becker. Burial: Dyersvillc. There will be a wake prayer service Tuesday at p.m. by Father Becker and a Rosary at 8 p.m. by the Catho- lic Daughters of America at Teahen funeral home, where friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesdav. The Weather en s. Dy.sart at Ccnlt G avenue XK. 'sire-; a.m. Sunday. Broken: hitivelv at ArSSe 4555 L Anodes J3 so lino t'han-; T r i ii i t y Up.iter Atlanta 85 .0-7 Miami B5 75 .15 j cik-r street SW. I i-hureh. Overtoil's. Bismarck 10066 Mill'aQQlis 9773 MMI PhiidriMi I cnicaqo .9172 M. Orleans 35 67 l-.-io p.m. bunu.n. UlllUlCll Denver ..9159 New York 7i with matches tci davenport at kcr Oululh .9172 Phoenix .97 73.10 jr 87 74 Sealtle 71 57 Dr. Robert C.i iMossman, Services sot ten-1 that the fad that Nixon was Jaworski agreed with Burger Then' llc could if t-e.-Mrs. tapes become available and Victor L. Ross Houston ..90 76 Washington 92 70 C. R. Weather High Sunday Low overnight Noon Monday p.m. .Monday I p.m. Sunday. Malfunc- Hi alarm system ;u 701 Kowley Leonard D. Cor- ry. 82. Wednesday at St. John's Catholic church, In- dependence. Rosary Monday at 8 and Tuesday at 3 and and wake service Tuesday at 8 ;iv in fft luc i uusc u es to inipcaci, me tiuu e, an at nome uvo p r> i i i n--u- junucmv ..iwuuaj. uum nuv. ii, ot ou h in i J o Muld bc uscd evidence grandchildren; three Bothers "o had lived in not uiougn in itsci to clemon Kerne, Los Angeles Cedar Rapids the last 35 years. Total for July Normal for July Normal through July Total for 1974 ..............30.12 Barometer, steady ........30.06 Humidity at noon ..........60% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., S at 12 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, Tenlii street SE. ..93 U'A'l p.m. Sundny. Vnder White's, Independence. 75 vestigatiun in car in 2050 Glass' L. Caraway, "Q.J road NE. jK3. Tuesday at 10, Morgan's. A 1 memorial been established. US, Magistrates Court Bobbins, Elsie E. St. Pius a.m. by the Rev. Bernard a.m. by the Rev. Bernard C. Precipitation ..............None; Speeding- Vern McMurray, .0.18 ...3.58 1521) Sixteenth ovenue fined SI 00 and costs. Ralph Swallom, 100G Eighteenth street SW; fined 535 and costs. Jack Rigby, route three, Cedar Rapids; Raymond Kimm, 1731 Miami.drive NE; Oliva Vega, 1507 Sixth avenue SE; Susan Woodruff, 1525 Fourth avenue SE; Barrel Weiland, 5801 D av- enue NW; Julie Zeller, Hia- watha; each lined S30 and costs. Ernie Meierotto, 1027 I TT- U n" ivitltl UILU, iui. I Ago Today High, Fifth avenue SE; Deidra Dague. low, 76: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DCS Moincs Detroit ___ Indianapolis Weather, Hi-Lo --PtCldy 92-63 ___Fair 96-73 .PtCldy 89-72 ..PtCldy 90-72 .....Fair 96-70 ....Fair 93-66 .Fair 91-72 Kansas City ...PtCldy 93-73 Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City .Fair 90-67 .Fair 96-72 .Fair 95-70 J903 E avenue NW: each lined and costs. Marie Bell, Robins; John Tefcr, 801 Twenty-seventh street NE; Jay Kacena, 2745 First avenue, Marion; each lined and eosts. Striking: fixtures adjacent to street Lonnie Bell. 1633 Thirty-fourth street NE; fined and costs. License plate violation William Schmidt, 1256 Thir- tieth street NE; fined and Omaha ..........PtCldy 96-72 St. Louis ....PtCldy 93-71 Sioux Falls ......PtCldy 94-68 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday ___699.38 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.5. no change Lansing (18) 7.3, fall .5 Dam 9 (18) 13.5, fall 1.0 McGregor (18) 7, fall .6 Guttenberg (15) 5.5, fall .5 Dubuque (17) 9, rise .3 Davenport (15) 6.5, rise .1 Keokufc (16) 7.5, fail 1.2 Cedar at C.K. (13) 4.77, fall .35 Births Mercy July and Mrs. James Franla, 1312 Ninth street SW, a daughter. July 7 Mr. and Mrs. John Ondler, 2951 Sixth street SW, a daughter. Births tub's July 7 To the families of Michael Rckemcyer, Tipton, a daughter; Larry Trout, 2339 Eighth avenue, Marion, a daughter; Gcnrpe Nolle, 333 Lcwellen drive NW, a daugh- ter: David Afhey. 279 Jacolyn drive NW, a daughter; Kenneth Robertson, 4101 Sixteenth avc- a daughter: Jon costs. Intoxication Harold Orr, tnos Eighth street NW; fined S30 and costs. Ronald Milota, 2121 North Towne place NE; Gregg Klees, 272 Drinkward street NW; each lined and costs. Resisting- an officer Gregg KIces, 272 Drinkward street NW; fined S15 and costs. Driver's license violation Gary Hoist, 1212 Thirty-second street NE; fined and costs. Rhonda Weathenvax, 806 Sec- ond avenue SW; fined and costs. Meter violation Orvin VanLangen, DCS Moines; fined S42.20 and costs. Traffic signal violation Ahmed Schcronick, 400 Twenty eighth street NW: fined and costs. Glade Stockweli, 1411 Memorial drive SE; David Parr, Luzerne; Er- nest Schlemmer, 1224 Wiley boulevard NE; Gary Hoist, 1212 Thirty-second street NE; Rich- ard Rstom, 1408 Twenty-ninth street NE; each fined S15 and costs. Vehicle control violation Wayne Brosh, Toddville; fined and costs. Sylverious Gallo- bit. Mt. Vernon fined and costs. Truck route violation Donald Gitch. New Hampton; fined and Fighting Donald Petsche, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Novak, Center Point, a son; Philipp, 3019 Schaefer fined ar Iowa Deaths Boyd Palmer, Central City, a drive SW; fined and eosts. son; Gregory Pingel, Hiawatha, a son: Larry Webber. Deep River, n daughter; John Ncmce, 100'; Sixteenth avenue SW, daughler. Out of Town Births At Littleton, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Holccek, a son July 6. Mrs. Holecck is the daughter of Clifford Davin of Arkansas, formerly of Cedar Iiapids. Mr. Holecek is the son of Mrs. Ernest Fikcjs. 2714 Iowa avenue SE. nnd Jerry Ho- lecek, Colorado Springs. At Burlington Mr. and Millcrsburg _ Melvin (Bill) Scaton. 66. Tuesday at 1, Best's, North English. McGregor Lcona Mc- Millin, 81. Tuesday at 11, St. Paul's Lutheran church. Burial: Garnavillo. Thornburg's. E. Balfour, 86. Henderson's. Deep River Helen Wine- garden, 78. Wednesday at 1 0 3 II, Ecumenical church. Burial: English Valley ceme- tery, North English. Steffy's, etery, Vinton. Wake prayer ser- vice: Monday at p.m. by Father Collins at Tcahon fu- neral home, where friends may call. strate a need for obtaining the presidential tapes and conversa- tions. Justice Powell said Jaworski lad said in his brief filed with ;he court that naming Nixon j foreclosed the President's claim j of "executive privilege" as a reason for refusing to yield Ihe I A II material. Powell said Jaworski O' was claiming that the naming of the President reduced him lo (Continued from Page 1.) they can Stein said. "If people have endless demands, we will have increas- ing inflation and that is what': happening around the world today." On the outlook for continued inflation, Stein said: "We must think in terms of years, not months. We must follow a program of much greater dis- cipline. We need a.period in which the economy is not in an exuberant boom, when there is some slack in it." However, he said he believed that in terms of economics, "the American people and the people of the developed world will be better off in three years." Stein said he disapproves of such moves as a tax cut for Americans because "we should not be putting or billion in their hands which they'd only go out and spend." As for current soaring inter- est rates, the presidential eco- nomic expert said: "I would not interfere to put them down even if they went a good deal higher." Interviewed on the CBS televi- sion program "Face .the Na- Stein, who plans to leave his post soon, was asked what advice he could offer to his yet- unnamed successor. He replied: "I would just urge him to stick with the old-time religion." Mrs. Steven S. IIulli, a son July 7. Mrs. Hoth is the daughter of Mr. and Frank G. Maly. Bever avenue- SE. Marriage Licenses Mary and John Edna Taylor and .lames normlein, all of Hapids. Marriages Dissolved Susan L. and Warren L. Wil- liainr, and David L. and Linda J. Helmiok. Petition for Bankruptcy Webster Jessie Clara Bcinkie, 80. Wednesday at. I-'rienils mav Tuesday Powell's. South English. Di'corah David II. Wikan. 18. Tuesday at 10. Dei-orah Lu- theran church. Steiue's. (Continued from Page 1.) Young said he reviewed with Ehrlichman, Ehrlichman tes- tified he remembered a busy schedule afler the files were de- livered March 21 or 22, 1973. "I remember saying I'm not joing to get to this. I'm leaving town for several days I'm sure I caused them lo be sent he testified. Ehrlichman said before the _ Krogh-Young team got involved in covert activity it was as- signed lo act as "a prod, a goad" to' keep other agencies vigorously investigating leaks. Ehrlichman said Nixon was par- ticularly interested in learning whellier Ellsberg acted alone or was part of a group. Tokyo Quake Percy Johnson, Isle, and Elizabeth, Janice mpui uLLuiiiu tivtiiitiuie dnu u .uuui., aim .unnce i Pnhpi-t the house votes to impeach, Christine, all at home; twoU., At. iv, Victor L Ross> 56> of ,G50 111.; street NE. died E. Born Nov_ in the senate trial of the Pres-jHoward, Marion, Vyrl, Cedar ident a trial in which the Rapids and Melvin, Morrison, house designates members, Colo.; and two sisters, Mrs. Wil- probably including Rodino, tojbur Lincoln and Mrs. John Rock- serve as the prosecution. afellow, Iowa City. Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday at -i VY the status of any other defend- ant. Jaworski said the claim of "executive privilege" is not foreclosed, but the situation is such that the claim is "inappro- priate." "It is a factor that is impor- tant. That's why we lay stress on he said. But St. Clair said Jaworski's argument that the President must produce the subpoenaed material "would make Richard Nixon, let's say, an 85 percent President instead of a 100 per- cent President." "This can't he added. "The framers of Ithe Constitu- tion had in mind a strong presi- dency even in the caurse of im- peachment proceedings." Justice Powell asked St. Clair, "what public interest is there in preserving secrecy in relation to a criminal conspir- "A criminal conspiracy is only criminal after it is proven to be criminal and we are not at thai point St. Clair replied. But a lawyer for the special prosecutor's office, Philip La- covara, urged the court to order tapes surrendered saying the conversations were "not in the course of lawful conduct of pub- lic business but in the further- ance of a criminal conspiracy lo defraud the United States and obstruct justice." Lacovara presented the special prosecutor office's rebuttal 'to St. Glair's argument before the court. Nixon Appointees Debafe Tickets WASHINGTON (UPI) More than 125 persons, many in blue jeans and T-shirts, waited pa- tiently in line through the night to get a glimpse of history at Monday's session of the su- preme court. Twelve hours before the ses- sion was to begin, police es- timated between 125-150 persons were on the steaming sidewalks and the lawn adjacent to the marble building hoping to get one of the seats allotted the public. With temperatures in the 90s all weekend, the would-be spec- tators had the added discomfort of having to stay awake. Police said anyone found sleeping would be arrested for vagrancy. Elena Sassower of New York was the first .to arrive, at a.m. Saturday. But the bulk of the crowd did not really begin to form until Saturday evening when she was interviewed on national television. Miss Sassower said she was surprised more people hadn't shown up. "You see people wait- ing in lines for gas, you'd think people would come early to see history." Rohins Church of the Brethren the Rev. Virgil Blosser. :Burial and graveside services: 2 I p.m. Tuesday in Memory Gar- jdens, Iowa City. Friends may at Murdoch chapel in, Marion until 9 p.m. Monday. Friends may, if they wish, con- tribute to the Latin American Mission as a memorial. iCedar Rapids the last 35 years. Services: chapel east He had bccn associalcd with at noon Wednesday. Czech National. Friends may L. W. Hess and Sons. _ He is- survived by a sister, call at rurner chapel cast until Mrs, Donald Cham. am. Wednesday The j and five brotherS] __ ket will not be opened after the; charles and james> Cedar service- Rapids, Lewis, Joplin, Mo., Donald, Effington, III., and Dr. Fulton, New York. j Services: Brosh chapel at Vernon road SE, widow of Jo- a.m. Wednesday. Burial: Mrs. Joseph Wencil Anna Wencil, 88, of 2613 Mt. Elizabeth Blong Elizabeth Blong, 82, of 1215 Forty-second street NE, a Cedar Rapids resident about 20 years, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Saturday following a short illness. Surviving are a son and daughter, Clement and Rose Blong, with whom she made her home; another son, frvin, Fort Atkinson; two daughters, Mrs. Daniel Poirier, Mundelein, HI., and Mrs. Joseph Schmelzer, De- corah; 13 grandchildren, and a sister, Josephine Schroeder, Os- sian. Services: Tuesday at 11 at St. Luke's Catholic church, St. Lucas. Rosary Monday at S at Chekel funeral home, Fort At- kinson. seph Wencil, and a lifelong Cedar Rapids resident, died Sunday following a long illness. Born Oct. 10, 1885, in Cedar Rapids, she was a member of CSA lodge. Surviving are two daughters, Florence Wencil, Cedar Rapids, and Charlotte Dobry, Ohio; a grandchild Canton. and Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Tuesday. Memorial Services Chittick, Ellen Mary 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Cedar Me- morial Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Stephen R. Root. Burial: Cedar Memorial. jCedar Rapids. Services: Turner chapel eastj. at p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Earl A. Huebner. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Turner chapel east until 1 p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the ser- vice. Mrs. Anton Schermer Frances E. Schermer, 88, widow of Anton Schermer, who made her home with her daugh- ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For News, Bookkeeping, General Infor- mation and Offires Not listed Below toll ............................398-8211 Circulalion-SubsrriplionDepr.......398-8333 Hon. thru Sal. 8 o.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays Until 12 Noon Holidays II a.m. lo 7 p.m. Wont Ads...................'.....398-8234 Man. thru Fri. 8 o.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday unlit 11 Hun Display Advertising................398-8222 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Marion (Wire ....................398-8430 No Decision on Bankruptcy Case Of C. R. Fireman Federal bankruptcy Referee William Thinnes Monday de- ferred making a decision on a petition to dismiss the case of Fireman Jerry Lee Buol. After a hearing in his chambers with Buol's lawyer and Asst. Cily Ally. Judith Red- mond. Thinnes gave the parties in (he suit two weeks to file briefs, after which he said he would make a determination jased on the merits of the case. In April, Buol's lawyer re- quested an injunction to keep Buol from being dismissed from the fire department after he had Tiled for bankruptcy. Olin L. Davis Olin L. Davis, 88, a Cedar Rapids resident from 1924 to 1952, died Sunday in San Diego, Calif., where he had made his home since retirement from Cherry-Burrell Co. Services and burial will be Tuesday in San Diego. Among survivors are his wife, Rose; a daughter, Mrs. Vernon Paul, Chula Vista, Calif.; two sons, Q. Dale of La Mesa, Calif., and Donald D. of Marion; seven grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Michael Joseph Carr Michael Joseph Carr, one-day- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carr of Pittsfield, Mass., died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Sun- day, The family had been more obligated for funerals." The arguments were heard by h re e Nixon appointees Burger, Powell and Blackmun; one Franklin Roosevelt appoint- ee, Douglas: two Eisenhower a p p o i n I e e s, Brennan and Stewart; one Kennedy appoint- ee, Bryon White; and one Tohnson appointee, Marshall. The ninth, Justice Rehnquist. removed himself from the case jecause of his close past ties with former Ally. Gen. Mitchell, one of the six cover-up defend- ants. The supreme court decision. ivhen it comes, could affect debts." Buol is still on K- D' Da'ton, foundly the impeachment pro-'department payroll. Family Rents Town (Minus Bar) for Massive Reunion When the Cichos clan decided lo have a family reunion, they realized they'd need someplace big enough lo hold a pretty good-sized crowd. So they rent- ed a whole town all except the bar. Over 200 members of the clan from nine states went to mass Sunday in a rented church and had a massive picnic in this tiny plains township where their an- cestors homesteaded in 1919. "We never really got together as a family unless there was a said Jerome Cichos, one of the organizers of the event. "Sure, we sent wedding gifts, but that was no big thing. Somehow family members felt enroute to a new home in Wyoming. Surviving in addition to the parents are a brother, Travis John, and twin brother, Marcus Andrew; his grand- parents, Barbara Filkin, Lee, Mass.. and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Buol claimed he was told hclCarr> Lenox' Mass-> ailtl would be fired because of Elva departmental policv against I Dcrljy Linc' Vl- ancl Mr- anci ........_f _ T> 11. Several members of the clan talked about the situation last winter after a funeral in James- For Sunday's picnic, the or- ganizers provided: 35 pounds of hot dogs, 20 cases of soft drinks, and 50 boxes of potato chips. A sitdown dinner Saturday eve- ning took care of 55 pounds of ham, 70 chickens, 100 pounds of baked potatoes, and 56 dozen dinner rolls. The relatives, from six weeks to 76 years old, are the descen- dants of John and Mary Cichos, and 14 of their children spoke to the reunion crowd during a Sat- urday evening program. "I'm only 30 years old and I've seen people that I haven't seen for 25 Jerome Cichos said. "My cousin from Minnesota and I were only five years old when we saw each other last, and we remember running around in a farm yard together." town, N.D., and decided to doj Cichos already is looking for- something. he said. ward to another reunion, next ceedings. In May, City Attv. David Me-! Private cremation Eventually they rented Wind- year. And it may be even big- sor, N.D. population 38 ger, Cichos said. He explained including the town hall, the that some 70 to 80 family parish hall, the church, were unable to attend, other available facilities for of the missing relatives July 4 weekend. ihave called Windsor because of The organizers sent out ques-jnews reports on the gathering jlionnaires to family members; and town rental, he said, services asking about a reunion and the: This year's guests included most convenient date. They got j people from California, Kcn- a 95 percent return, Cichos said, [tucky, North and South Dakota, Between 210 and 220 Washington, Oregon, Raelee Gardner "10 "10 and Indiana, he said. Raelce Gardner, 14, of 14271arcn'' really sure of Ihe exact! The family group could not Nixon allies and foes petitioned for dismissal conducted in Turner chap- agree that his defiance of anilhe suit, arguing that (he East Monday, order lo surrender the (i4 tapesjlacked jurisdiction over an. sought by the special Walcrgalei "employer e m ploy c rela- irosccutor would produce i mn.-u.-i; uanum, ,.i I-K.I -----j swollen and bipartisan house1 Thinnes said Monday the.Fourth avenue SE, died Sunday attended the event that local bar because of Tiajoritv for impeachment iquestion of jurisdiction has yet Lit University hospitals in cns'about I licensing restrictions, he said, The only comparable event'to ''e resolved. Ifity following a sudden illness.! Snme of tllc monc-v wcnl foribul lhc har has bcm "very Di-iMirah Mr.1- son. Tuesday nt 2. Highland Lutheran ehurcli. Steinc's. Drrnrali .Tcihn Doerr, SO. and Doris Ka.v ivas the one which awakened commented thai was born March S, lliGO, in the impeachment drive in cases have been Rapids, and had lived he within the limits of bank-'here most of her life. of; She would have been an i mi. i .u.i-o H.AU., thejoighth grade student at McKin- slreet lamps to wobble and favor, the impact would nature. ley junior high. She Ifood. [operative1." theran church. Sterne s. I first place. Nixon's firing lie within the limits of t )-AmodCiac- k fi.i. Mondav at 2. Decorali strong earthquake shook the UIM.IMULI. _u. i tiu-nm ehurch. s.ehH-'s. fokvn area Monday, causing lf lhe in that arc of exactly buildings lo sway. No difficlll( The commillee, of 30 YEARS AGO junior high. She was a- member of Immaculate Concep- Americanilion Catholic church. kcta. lloth claimed drills nf I What William Kim-! bcrly 18. Tuesday all 10, Ilarden's. Hurial in Indian- Drive Safely would continue toward a captured three Italian] Surviving are her mother and j on whether lo recommend fortresses Kosifinano.j stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-j the house impeach. and Colle di Val A. Koltcr; her father, S7IKUII! ami assets nf S71S eemelery. will, claimed as exempt. Kreddio Kuuenr .-m.1 .ludv Keith Gardner: and assi'ls (if i Fires u. Sunday. Nllisin 'weli'lii .-n-fiilli1 ;il el SW. a.m. Siimlay. Car fire d "Fioral "fenlasies from our skilled artists PIERSON'S "siy KI.I.IS UI.VD. NW when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWtRtD 24 HOURS EVERY RAY. JO1IN E. Convenienl Downtown Location 3083rdAvo. SE 365-0511 PHONE RINGS FROM 6 TO 11 PM! TWO bedroom house. V641 13m N.W. 846-3036. HOUSE RENTED "Half of Cedor Ropids must have said Mrs. Wilma Sedivy. If you have a rental unit, advertise it now in The Gazette want ads. Dial 398-8234. ;