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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 2 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. July 13. 1974  *W.v^5^%,\\N>>>V: • svv*\sv*w>*w • -asv v«.v*.-    v    •■•    •        "    '  NATIONAl WfAlHf* MtVICI fORICAM to 7 AM f$l  7~ *4 - M  BOLTON  NfWVORK  ‘ I’  ^30.00  79 7)  Six Men Face Charges after Tavern Melee  Six members of a motorcycle  Notional Soybean Output To Dropt  Corn Will Set All-Time Record  Minnie Harrington  o, Bv Al Swede     ! ures    below    last year’s I 56 bil-  Minnie Marie Harrington, 81,  club were charged with disturb-  0 f 415 \ avenue NVY, died Fri  A  federal outlook projection'lion bushel output.  ing the peace following a fight '.  ft  * * ,    I    issued    Friday    indicated    that    |    A    drop    in    soybean acreage ac-  that broke out at 11:17 p.m.!     01    0    g     ,    ;soybean production this yearjcounted for the projected output  Friday in a Central City tavern.  r  Born March 4. 1893,^ in VV a1-  m . jy  f a jj b t ,| ow  j as t year’sj decline, as the agriculture do- j  above the previous record production records set last year when farmers produced 5.64 million bushels.  The output figures were based  S  began with an argument  tween a patron, Laverne Silvers, and members of the Chosen Few motorcycle club, the Linn sheriff’s department reported.  When deputies arrived at the tavern, about 20 persons were fighting inside the building and in the street.  b e . member of St. Patrick s Catho- ^| ie  Economic Research Ser lie church, National Catholic So-Lj ce  j ssurd an  outlook projec*   tbe  lion Friday afternoon based upon the acreage estimates pre  .    ,    ,    .    upon    a    yield range of 88 0 to 94.0  rhursday estimated ^ J  ;wre .  Lasl  year  The fight, which occurred at  ! °rd. she spent most of het life [ ovt .[ s  while corn output would partment  nick's tavern, apparently  tcdar  Rapids.  sl [ e  * as  t   a  I still set an all-time record.    farmers had planted 52 A million'    'produced    9H    bushels  acres - down from 56.4 million ^ ^ ^  ciety of Foresters and the!;,”-    ~, acres oftest yea .    Officials    again    cautioned    that  Daughters of Isabella.  grandchildren,  grandchildren;  eight great-two brothers,  First Drop Since 1969    the reports this week were  The acreage decline - if it    based upon conditions in June.  materializes — would be the    Another survey of crop conn  I agencies are    within    the    US    ae-! first  dr0 P  in  soybean plantings    tions will be taken the last week  |agencies ate    within    the    U.S.    ag    |    ^     a  ^  May    in Ju i y  before the August crop  Surviving are two daughters,! pared  Thursday by the Statis-Mrs. Gwen Arnett, Cedar  { j ca j deporting Service. Both Rapids, and Mrs. Franklin'  Jones, Jefferson, Wis.; five  riculture department.  Uh WI Aint Ii J CKK AS! $>  Generally -fair weather is expected Saturday night over most of the nation with skies ranging from clear to partly cloudy. A few showers may be noted over portions of the lower Rockies, Lakes region and Florida.  Erger, Cedar Rapids, and two upon historical data and current lier projections of record pro- .    .     the    fjrst    0 f t j c j a i  c i e f n r c M re Ii ait llnlclnn i    nnnnn.4    >.a„    '    Huff    inn    (hic    VPU    I'    Thp ftpITHI'f- i    .    .    ..    ,u-  Silvers suffered cuts and!Louis Erger, Norway; Walter The i bruises to the head when he was I hit with an unknown weapon.  ; He was treated at St. Luke’s hospital and released.  Two members of the motor-  Data and Trends  report Friday,  which washed out some corn figures arc released, fields once or twice, the agri-    Official Estimate  based culture department held to ear-  The dppartment  is calling the  cycle club were treated at St. Patrick's church, by the Mercy hospital for injuries suf- Rev. Martin T. Laughlin with  sisters, Mrs. Ray Holston, production trends, pegged soy- duction this year. The depart-  est * mate 0 f production this Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Frank bean output this year in the went pegged cern output this downplaying the two re-  'year in the 5.95  m| l' ion  ' p _ ■ ports'issued this week.  ‘ Corn and soybean production still be turned  Maher, Norway.  range of 1.39 billion bushels to  fered in the fight.  Rim L. Christianson, 23, of 612 Wilson avenue SW, suffered a head injury and Frank H. Bauch, 29, of 1844 A avenue NE, suffered a broken ankle.  Services: Monday at I p.m. at 1.47 billion bushels — both fig-  6  3J> million bushel range  K. of C. Install  the NCSF honor guard. Burial: St. Michael’s cemetery, Norway. Rosary by the National Catholic Society of Foresters and Daughters of Isabella at 7:30 p.m. Sunday with a vigil prayer service  The four other members of by Father Laughlin at 8 p.m. at  The Weather  Extended Forecast — Chance of a few showers and turning cooler Monday followed by near seasonal temperatures and fair;  at the Holm’s. Atalissa  Methodist church.  Andreas Found Not Guilty of Fund Charges  •MINNEAPOLIS (AP)  the group that were charged  the Teahen funeral home where  Min-   Curtis H. Well-.  ing, 68. Monday at    2. Visitation!neapolis financier Dwayne    An-!  after 7:30 p.m. Saturday.Jdrcas has been    found innocent!  Sheets and Son, Tipton.    lr.    ,    ,    I  Vinton — Clark Geater, 64 of charges involving four $25,000  skies.    High    about    90    Monday    Monday at 2 at    the Wesley!contributions he    made to    the!  and In    80s    Tuesday    and    Wcdnes-t    U n 11 e d Methodist church.    I  'Burial: Bear Creek cemetery, 19™ Democratic presidential!  were Larry A. Licht, 22, Low- friends may call after I p.m. on den; George D. Williams, 20, of Sunday.  2936 Bever avenue SE, and Er-j    --  nie A. Meierotto, 21, Fort Madi- Ronald R. Wilson  son.    I  __;    Ronald    R.    Wilson,    60,    a resident of Cedar Rapids until 1944 when he moved to Long Beach, Calif., died there Friday.  Born Dec. 30. 1913, in Cedar  |26 of Carrier Crew Reported  Cx; 11 A VA/ O I Rapids, he was a veteran of OTI ll     Wor|d warH   YOKOSUKA, Japan (AP) — Surviving are his wife, Gloria,  daw Lows in 60s.    |»uoai: oear crees cemetery, 1    Democratic  I Brandon. Visitation after 7 p.m. c a rn p a i g n of Sen. Hubert Forty-three crewmen of the U. a daughter, Nancy, Long.  High temperatures Friday, low temp- Saturday at Campbell’s.    u    aircraft    narrinr  State  overm9 and    Prec " Keystone _ Bennet Wood.lHumphrey.    lf    aircraft    carrier    Midway  Anchorage a*ss .. L a, 1 ? 901 ” w« 62. Tuesday at 1:30. Visitation! jj S District Judec Edward; .    return    to    their    ship  Min apoi.s 89 73'.os after I Monday Fellmet’s. |    ®    '    when    she    left    for    maneuvers    off   ------“    McManus    found    Andreas    and  Atlanta    88 69  Bismarck 94 62    -----  Chicago    75 71    N Orleans    98 74.25  Denver    89 41.25    New York    87 45  Duluth    80 49.1?    Phoenix    105 86  Honolulu    88 73 .02    Seattle    7’ 52  Houston    90 74    Washington    85 42  C. R. Weather  High Friday .............. 93  Low overnight ............ 77  Noon Saturday ............ 91  2 p.rn..................... 94  Rainfall ..................None  Total for July ............ 1.05  Normal for July .......... 3.58  Masonville—Engelona Foster, 56. Monday at 1:30, Grace United Methodist church. Visitation after IO Sunday, Kreus-sel-Fawcett’s, Lamont.  NFO Charges Forced Burning  Japan Tuesday, a navy spokes-the First Trans Interoceanic man said today.  Corp. of which he is chairman He said, however, that 17 of  ! innocent Friday of eight counts/ be  missing sailors had reported  of Violating federal statutes I  dealing with corporate cam-  Most rep0 rte‘d, he said, that paign contributions.    they missed the departure be-  The government had charged cause of Typhoon Gilda, which  Beach; four sisters, Mrs. Robert Mohrbacker and Clarice Oakes, both of Long Beach; Mrs. Robert Ford, Cedar Rapids, and Esther Smith, Leesburg, Fla., and a brother, Quentin, Fulford Harbor, B.C.  Services will be Tuesday in Long Beach.  Memorial Services  Of Recording that in October, 1968, Andreas lashed Japan’s main island of'  Goodman -  Anna ,  Kru *,  ^ lineally withdrew Si OO (WI from Honshu last week Yokosuka  is  I Services were Saturday at IO at  Normal through July ... 20.191 DES MOINES (AP)  City Briefs  Thrifty Steam Carpet Cleaning rentals. The original! 366-2926—Adv.  * A *  In Hospital — Mrs. Ed Kunce, Hiawatha, is a surgical patient at St. Luke’s hospital. Visitors are permitted.  AAA  Living room $9.95, bedroom $7.95. Diamond Carpet Cleaners, 366-6226 —Adv.  aaa  Purse Snatching — Emily Barta, 823 Fifteenth avenue SW, Friday reported two youths knocked her down and took her purse containing $15 at the intersection of Third street and Fifth avenue SW.  * A A  Announcement: The law offices of Gerard J. Glaza, William J. Matias, Robert F. Wilson, Robert W. Matias and Larry P. Walshire have been moved to 810 Dows Bldg.—Adv.  * * *  Opening for hairdresser. Max-i n e ’ s Hairstyling. 365-2335.— Adv.  AAA  House Entered  Stan Hanzelka As Grand Knight  rn mu  Stan Hanzelka  figures could around in next month’s report, as some farmers replanted soybeans when rains washed out their corn acreage in early June.  The inclement weather during May and June may cost Iowa farmers over $100 million dollars, said Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Robert Lounsberry.  “I don’t want to be an alarmist,” he said, ‘‘but the cash market loss may be over $100 million.”  Lounsberry said Friday that 580.000 acres of row crop has either been abandoned or shifted to less profitable crops such as late planted beans or forages.  Conservative Figures  In estimating the potential market loss, Lounsberry used conservative figures — acreage yields of 90 bushels for corn and 30 bushels for soybeans and per  bushel market prices of $2 corn Stan Hanzelka, 127 Wesley and $6 soybeans, drive NW, was installed as That spells out a market loss Grand Knight of the Knights of of $180 per acre for both corn Columbus, council 5544 Tues- and soybeans.  dav     Lounsberry    said    multiplying  Installed as Deputy Grand 'bis figure by 580,000 acres Knight was Bernie Nachazel. gives a conservative cash mar-Robert Kraft was reappointed ket loss of $104,400,000. cw I financial secretary and the Rev.  Tho     wi,hdrew    %mm     from    j    Honshu last weekjokosuka is     0 7    M=7    by    the,    ^    „  fwth avenu ,  sw  .........  inc Ad-  In t eroce am C  accounts and sent on Honshu, about 30 miles south!Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain  pau ? r ’  206 hourt / 1  avenue bW,  John  Gregory retained the posi-    fnmrcfl    in  nization I the money to Humphrey’s cam    of Tokyo.    of Kenwood Park United Pres- friday    reported her purse  con ’tion of chaplain    rliemciil    injured    III  The spokesman,    Lt.    Julius| bornan church. Bimah Cedar taming    $90 cash and $50 in food George Merrifield was named  TI!!!:___!* tampS    WaS ,aken fr0m her rCSl ' : treasurer, Larry Sharp, record-  dence.     1   Fort Madison Man Is Killed  9 to  Total for 1973 ............30.99 tional Farmers Organization! the money to Humphrey  Barometer, rising ........30.13 charged Friday that Securities P a *8 n  committee in Illinois.  Humidity at noon   64 % an d Exchange Commission in-'  Andreas and the f »rm    had draw, said it was not known if  Wind direction and velocity; .    f    been arraigned under a 1907 fed-1the 26 sailors remaining absent  at Gazette weather station  a t:  v estigators forced the burning  cra j j aw  prohibiting campaign without official leave were fol-2 p.m., SW at 12 m.p.h. j°  a . ^cording of their donations from  C0r po ra ti 0 ns. lowing through a protest last  Sun rises 5:42 a m.; sun sets  meetin S  w, *h NFO members. j The defense contended that month when Midway crewmen  8:42 p.m.    ; Attorneys for the farmers    Andreas took out a loan from,    tailed to return to the carrier as  Year Ago    Today—High, 89; | group contended that commis-    his company and deposited the    she left on maneuvers,  low, 67; rainfall, none.    lawyers    attempted    to    co-    funds'in his own checking ac-' But he said ‘‘26. even 43, is  j j • c    i     erce  members to destroy evi- count to make the loan to the not unusual for a ship of this  I raveler s Forecast dence which would have bene-1 campaign.    jsize” The Midway normally   Sund w    ut I fitted the NFO’s defense in ai Edward Bennett Williams, de-1 carries about 4.200 men, he    __   Bismarck      at Fair    87’-58  fra ^ d  suit brought by SEC.    f en se attorney, pointed out that,    said.    lowing the crash    of    their    light    Friday reported a mobile radio  Chicago .........PtCldy    95-67 NFO spokesman Ben Strong    when the campaign organization    A Japanese newspaper, Maini-    plane about four    miles    south    of    unit and an    electric calculator Mein HCdC OO n3pGj  Cincinnati ’.*../.. .. Fair    92-67 said the organization knew of    repaid the $100,000 to Andreas.    chi Shimbun, had reported Sat-    here along U. S. 61.    were taken    in a breakin. The     --------i.    ....    ......  had been  Lyman David Wiseman, 27, items were valued at $2,000.  ship left Yoko-died of head and neck injuries    *    *    *  C. R. Blaze Battle  * * *  Porch Sale: Desk, couch, stereo, 2 amplifiers, guitar, old  In Plane Crash  dishes ' Avons ' clo,hing ' Sunday   FORT MADISON (UPI) -  411 17th St. S.E.—Adv *    *    A  er. and Eugene Hess, chan- A fire that started when insu-cellor.    lation    in    the    wall was ignited by  Ed Mayor was installed as ad- a torch used to remove plastic vocate and guards are Jim tiles Saturday caused extensive Glynn and Al Fiorentino. Frosty damage to the Rick Edleman Davidson was named a three- residence, 2336 Blakely boule-  One Fort Madison man died  Kadlo Taken _ Virgil Novak.T"    ^,5.,  early Saturday and another re- president of Novak LP Gas Co., mained in critical condition fol- 420 Hawkeye Downs road SW.  1  •  trustees are Ray Rentschler and Fire officials said Edleman   ■ r cm    repdlU    inc    31W.UUU    IO    rtnurCdS,    4-ui oiimiuuii, nau ic]  Cleveland  PtCldy 86-63 35-40 instances in which SEC in- he also repaid the corporation. !urday that 47 men  Des Moines; \ vestigators questioned NFO, McManus decided the case> a.w.o.l. when the ship  Sodomy Warrants  Detroit  Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee .. Mpis.-St. Paul Okla. City ... Omaha ......  St. Louis Sioux Falls • •  *  < Fair 92-70 members in Iowa. Illinois and' without a jury. Since both sides I suka.    *    at    University    hospitals    in    Iowa    Games,    Montrose.    Saturday  Randy B. Goodman,  was working in the kitchen when the insulation in the walls began to burn.  The fire extended to the walls, attic and roof and caused heat and smoke damage throughout 26. no'the house.  PtCldy    98-74    North Dakota    “sometimes    as    had agreed on    the facts, there    Forty-five crewmen went    City. George Bahl. 26, was crit  ^-Cldy    90-63    late as IO    or    ll o’clock    at    were no witnesses    and Mc-    a.w.o.l. June 14. Their leaders    ically injured and taken to a Courage.    — Adv.   J  “ 7 .    night.'    Manus heard    only    concluding    said they were protesting “poor    Pwt Madison hospital where his    *. *    *  Chief U. S.    District Judge Wil-    arguments.    treatment and racial discrimi-    condition was reported “stable.”    Money    Missing    -  ? and SunHav Dnorc S M Carnn address, was arrested on a rape A fireman. Clair Clark, suf-> n t. and Munday. Doors 6.30. Camp     cnAnmt ,     ..... fprpH  a  hinnHv    facial  .. .Fair 95 Clear 100-70  Edward  and sodomy warrant Saturday fered a bloody nose and facial afternoon following a foot chase bruises when he was hit by a that lasted 24 minutes.    piece of siding. He was treated  Police officers spotted Good- at Mercy hospital and returned  PtCldy 95-70 ham C. Hanson refused to rule Had Andreas been convicted nation” aboard the carrier/ The crash occurred shortly Dvorsky, 1427 Fourth street SW,,    vininitv    nf    TWifthlto    dutv  PtCldy 98-70  on an  NFO request for a tempo- on the four counts against him, The Midway’s captain, Rich- after takeoff from the Fort Ma- lfrrida y reported $90 was taken    .    .     y _........*  Mississippi Stages  Lacrosse (12) 5.1 fall .2 Lansing (18) 7.7 fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 14.3 no change McGregor (18) 7.7 rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 5.4 rise .1 Dubuque (17) 8.8 rise .5 Davenport (15) 5.9 rise .6 Keokuk (16) 6.3 rise 1.0  Cedar at C.R. (13)    4.92,  rise, .07  Fires  11:12 a.m. Friday. Faulty smoke detector at 701 Tenth street SE.  rary restraining order barring he would have faced up to a ard Schulte, at a June 27 news  d ison airport and the plane  in a  breakin at his residence. SEC from contacting NFO year in prison for each offense, conference, denied the sailors’ landed on its top with one wing    *    *    *    .  members except through court- The corporation would have charges. He said private Ameri- broken off, authorities said.    wanted: Old coms. Free ex  sanctioned deposition proceed- been subject to fines of up to can anti-war groups in Yokosu- An employe at the Fruehauf P* 21  *  a PP ral sal. ^Jerome s.—Adv.  mgs.  $5,000 on each count.  Drug Charge  ka apparently encouraged them Corp. plant, who saw the plane    ’    ’    ’    under    a    ted    ta    ThSSse”M USB Robert J. Wilienborg. Ti' t v  to miss the deoarture.    come    down    about    8:15    D.m.    Fri-:.. d . 000111 s P dLt Iur reni 10 cur    ism    Bnui,    cr    ......  avenue ac.d L street SW. He fled on foot and officers pursued in    I—|<alrJ rm  cars and on foot.    I ,v,an 1   Goodman was finally located at 1:44 pm Saturday hiding  Outfit from Library Bar Man Flees Jai  Hauls Down Frisbee Title After Sentencing  Richard  dryer at 705 Danbury street NE.  1:20 p m. Friday. Flush gasoline on First street between Second and Third  highway.  The witness said it appeared  MARQUETTE. Mich. (UPI)- cia,rn    the    coveted    Jut,us T     K>dc '    ! 8 '    escaped.that the plane w^s attempting to  Trnni,,, Friday from the Linn county land on the highway. The craft, The air was heavy with spin- ^  ff      1     .    __    jail where he was    confined which belonged to the YMCA  a coffee    can and beer can •    ... _ .    .    ...    in- , ,    .  soldered together with attached  a ' v , altmg ,  ,ranst f r  ‘°  ,he mcn  (  s Fl f ng  , club 0 F ° rt Madls T the u—[reformatory    at    Anamosa    to was extensively    damaged  . begin serving a 10-year sentence did not explode in the crash.  The tournament was origin- f or ro pb er y with aggravation.; Traffic on U. S. 61   W,1C  :.    r    ail • i licensed cosmetologists    Georee  Fourth  street SW.  day, said the wing of the single “Yensea cosmeioiogisis. treorge  engine plane hit a high wire and Hairstyling Salon. Adv the plane then crashed along the  3518 Be I air drive SE, was He was taken to the police charged Saturday with posses-  j station for booking.  12:44 p.m. Friday. Faulty pjng plastic discs but when the  a C(J H ee can and  beer can  Six Are Hurt, One Seriously In C. R. Crash  Apartment Fire Takes Six Lives  guts competition ended — |handcuffs  hard-hurling boys from Library  ^ i v    ct • COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A  iar> LaKose, 19. of 1225 Sixth mother, her four children and a  sion of marijuana.  Police arrested Wilienborg in the 4700 block of Werner street NE shortly after 7:30 a m. when checking on a complaint that a man had fallen on the street.  Wilienborg was searched and a small quantity of what is  but avenue. Marion, was in serious girl reported to be a baby liner believed to be marijuana was condition with a broken pelvis  d j ed  saturday in a fire that; found  in bis pockets. He was  ira    SF.:“,bar emerged champion over the  a „y held in Eagle Harbor bu. *2^2, aTl^ree SMurdav" bloiTfor"ab^t three’ S *i Ur ; ■*«’»  in  the' living room of a beng held rn the county jail.  Friday Possible Highland avenues Aces in the  moved t0  Marquette when dis- kvh„ J [ $    I    L    ll    11 IVala    .‘TTfl. 00  !‘?‘ 0n that  second-story apartment, auth-  Hyde. formerly of Milwaukee, following the crash and had to also caused minor injuries to  or i ties said ;  7:53 p.m.    Friday    Possible    Migmana avenues Aces in me    moved to Marquette  ? h o^ n set    flre to    tras * h    at     27th annual international Kris-    ar Un tied    residents eomniainerij    .    .u    j    .    .    j .    ,    .1  1723 Grande avenue SE.    bee tournament    complained    ^  a trusty at the Jad  He be detoured. The destination of five other persons  9:01 p m. Friday. Leak in gas    °f Woodstock-type young peo-  wa lked away from the jail be-    the plane was not known.    The    accident   420 Hawk « ,e  Down., The twcbday weekend event, pies riots with open sex. pot  tween2 and2:30pm Friday. road sw.    h e i d  on the shores of Lake    smoking    and motorcycles.”  Iowa Deaths    Superior in this upper peninsula  __  Four Arrested on  -Ehrlichmon—  (Continued from Page I.)  Marengo — John D. Hansen, 'own, saw 38 Frisbee teams  42. Hoover-Valentine’s.    from as far away as California  Monona — Leslie D Seeland, demonstrate their wrist-snap-  80. Monday at 10:30, St. Paul  nin „  nrnwP c S  Lutheran church. Visitation at  ping prowess -  Known alternately as the Harvey J. Kukuk Memorial Open, the tournament lends an air of legitimacy to a sport often relegated to college fraternities.  Lori Besta, 17 months, was in critical condition at Mercy hos-    --  pita) .saturday with head inju- Struck Officer, Man  Ties suffered Friday when she' was dragged by the wheels of  her father’s car.    Mark    B.    Smith,    60,  occurred at 12:23 a.m. at the intersection of Blairs Ferry road and Council street NE.  . Police said a car driven by;-, .,    * !al —     was    a     hut    nm    iii«r,oi  SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - LaKose’s brother. Jerry, 20,  Fnd f y w ‘ th  consuming beer on «‘    ^    JMgal  military court Thursday! 1346 Eleventh street, Marion,' a  bile street.    L    8  SW, of $2o at knife-pomt on May found 21 persons guilty of plot- failed to stop for the stop sign ,  Car< >l  A - Richter, 18. of 324 ‘  Dcfinini .  what h »nm* n pH uhpn 12-    finn    «fiiHpnf    unricinrrc    in mmr.ldml clnmlt a nor    lu,    Ti.,    I    Second    avenue SE* .leannip I. —  Linn district judge Robert Os-mundson Thursday sentenced Kyde to prison after he pled guilty to robbing James Mold-  7 Koreans Get Death Sentences for Plots  Dragged by Car,  Child Is Critical ::S au , c L.Bowling street A military court Thursday 1346 Eleventh street, Marion,  a  f^blic street.  , ecution testimony centered on Beer Law Violations the distinction between a break-  Four persons were charged  in u bat Ehrlichman said  The sentences against To Ye-   D  ..    .    ,    jilS nojjong, head of the now-defunct  * oRce said the child was in-jaddress, was charged Friday)People’s Revolutionary party, - Harvey Glom •*•*“***''    ^    and    J ured  J n  a paiking lot across with intoxication, assault and and six of his followers were the  2. Monday at 2. Stroh Brewing Co., a fitting  fro ™ jl Sovcn ' ecn 'h avenue SW battery and resisting an officer, first death sentences since Park liman, where fri- combination in licht of one of . dt p  f’ rida >' "hen Gary Police said Smith was arrest- in January cracked down on hi  lt was co-sponsored by the  ting student uprisings to over-;and struck a car driven by Pa- Second avenue SE; Jeannie L.     Birkcr     .. nH     U « n t«r«»f  throw President Chung Hee trick A Gardner. 29, of 2107 Cook. 18. of 189 Tiki terrace.  Park and sentenced seven of Blairs Ferry road NE.    Hiawatha and Frederick H    J***    *  0     "     ,0  ( . P h ?  ogra P h   Faces Added Charges  t * 1(m t0dca *h    Jerry    LaKose    was    charged;® er fv 23, of 222 Fifth avenue ••wj ien a  government a^ent in  raocb wuucu undrgtsb  Thp cnntpnpoc aoalnct Trt    failii _     h      sw wpre arrpapd on fhp  p. ipst   wnen a  government agent in  vades an area in which there is legitimate expectation of pri-  Schultz’ after noon Sunday.  Anamosa — Bessie F. Androgen, 75. Monday at St.  Paul’s Lutheran church. Goct-tsch’s.  Kalona — John Y. Swart-zendruber, 83. Monday at IO,  Lower Deer Creek Memonitc church. Visitation at Powell’s,  Kalona, after 5 Saturday.    „    r, ,  Wellman — Harvey Glennham-0 Frisbee Corp Wagamon, 72. Mi  Powell’s, Wellman, where fri- j combination in light of one of  ^Atkins ~ Frillers S J 1 U Voss r^ e  ' ournamen '’ s  most-honored,    .               Mvavvu    av    ol .,  Monday at lo, St. Paul’s Catho-;rules: “All participants must :  rnu( ‘  bacK( ' d out 0 a  Park-street at 11:14 p m. on the intox- dent leaders threatening his au- 1  Luke’s hospital and released. Richter and Cook posted $55 He said government officials or ch, Newhall. Rosary/drink before, during and after  lr %, spac . e ^ .  Jf  ication charge.    thoritarian    rule.    They    were    Kristine    Lurth.    20,    ‘    ‘  at 7:30, Teahen’s in nlav.”    child    was    diagged for 62 Smith allegedly punched pa- The three-man military court of 807 Third ctnmt cw ...h,, 1   kins francis S j! U Voss’I** 1 ®  tournam(int,s  most-honored  Iae( '26. of I9!5 Higlcy^av* ed at Sixteenth avenue and B tellectuals, politicians and stu- LaKose car were treated at St.|charged with intoxication.  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Visita-! lion Sunday morning. Burial;!  Ridgewood cemetery, North Liberty. George L. Gay’s. Me- j morial fund established.  Sigourney — William Ii. F Ahrens, 88. Monday at Holm’s.  Sigourney  michael, 82. Services tenUUve-1 The Library bar team blasted arguments on defense motions j ly scheduled for Tuesday at IO the Aces, 23-21 and 21-8, to Tuesday.  fered a cut on the inside of his diets are subject to review by Diane LaKose suffered mouth, but refused hospital higher authorities, and the de- shoulder injury and Tracy La-treatment.    fendants can also appeal.    Rose suffered a cut knee.  Bond for Smith was set at $125  NEW YORK (AP) - The pros- on each charge. He was being ecution has rested its case in beld in the county jail  the misdemeanor trial of Iowa —-—-  Beef Processors, Inc., and its board chairman on bribery con-  The object is to make the op- spiracy charges.  Monday at 2.1 posing team drop the Frisbee, The defense is expected to! Ruth M Car-  tbereby  coring a point. 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