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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NAT ION At  30,00  WI AT HI * St It VK I *0*1 CAST lo 7 AM IST I - \tr~7+  30.00  C. R. Expects To Hire 16 New Police Officers  DEATHS  Infant Glaus  Simon Sets Aid Accord With Sadat  ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (UPI)!  DES MOINES (AP)  Shane Timothy (Hails, infant son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Sixteen of the current 83 ap-,Glaus, 1507 Washington avenue plicants for the police force are, SE, died shortly afterbirth Mon- 1 - Treasury Secretary Simon  Iowa ’ s  current heat wave is expected to be hired. Safety,day morning.    reached    agreement Monday on  ,be  hottest since 19%. a Na-  economic aid for Egypt in a meeting with President Sadat at  The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Mon., July 15, 1971    3  Iowa    Heat Wave    Hottest  Since 1936! Averaging 82  Commissioner James Steinbeck; Surviving in addition to his said Monday    'parents    are    a    sister,    Kae    Ann,  The civil service commission, at home; his grandparents, which conducted the written ex- Betty Chase. Cedar Rapids; amination April 17 and oral in-'William Hamilton, rural Todd- 1  terviews June IO and ll. recom-  v j|| e; and Mr . and Mrs. Lester  fore-  the president’s dence here  seashore resi  gnal Weather Service caster said Monday.  “Our average temperature for the first half of July has . been 82 degrees,” said Paul  mended that IO of thp annliranUL’i n a n a *    1    one-hour    meeting,    Waite. “Iowa hasn’t had an  ■ nu nato inui loot me applicants Claus, Cedar Rapids; maternal Abdel Aziz Hacezi Eevnt’s first'    *    u    ■    u  bo hired    .    .u 1    u.,     / * uuri     average that high since 1936  a AMr 1    •    ,•    great-grandmother,    Laura    Ha-,deputy premier and chief eco-  The  closest we have come in  An    additional six    applicants     mi | lon) Cedar  Rapids; and    pa*    nom ic planner,    told newsmen  C,0&CSt We hdV6 C ° me ,n   were    recommended    at the re    t ern al great-grandmother, Mrs    that Simon and    the Egyptians  quest    of the city because of a    Herschel Stone, Lansing.     wou id sign three    accords Tues-  manpower shortage    in the po-    Services are pending at    the    day. He said they    covered:  lice force    Turner chapel east.  * * *  Steinbeck said 150 police officers are necessary to “handle Morris J. Minkel    Ways    to    avoid    double    taxation    systems.  of American citizens.    “The big jet stream that is  Cooperation in mutual invest-  Amcrican participation i n  Egypt’s reconstruction program.  recent years was in 1955.” Waite said the main reason for the exceptional heat is that Iowa has been off the beaten path for the jet stream that moves major weather  about seven miles above the face of the earth has shifted to the north, and that means that  major rains, storms and weather changes have occurred to the north,” Waite  said.  For this reason, Iowa during the first half of the month has been left with dry, stationary air that has brought little rain and much heat  Some slight improvement is on the way, Waite said. Dry polar air from the southern Canadian plains is moving across the Great Lakes southwesterly toward Iowa.  “That should bring some cooler weather,” Waite said.  u*t wi Aint* lOKXASi  Chance of rain Monday night in Eastern Texas, northern Minnesota and the South em tip of Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.  —Daily Record—  — Cyprus —  (Continued from Page I.) the Mediterranean island off the  The Weather  Hioh temperatures Sunday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation :  Anchorage    63 SS    L Angeles    BO 66  Atlanta    89 70    Miami    88 7S  Bismarck    87 57    Min’apolis    86 60  Chicago    95 71    .53    NI Orleans    92 70  Denver    87 58    New York    95 76  Duluth    77 55    Phoenix    102 75.21  Honolulu    88 73    .02    Seattle    76 57  Houston    8 5 70 1.65    Washingt n    94 77  C. R. Weather  High Sunday .................97    Reckless    driving  Morris J. Minkel  the programs and provide cov-j  Morri9  j  Minke |,  84? of 1439   cr age of the city. lie  addod |Richmond road NE, died Satur-i     t d  :    i    •  thai the current force has only  day fo n owjng a short  illness .I    economic    proj  137 men, with two resignations  Formerly o( Dysarti hc had   cus -and a retirement expected rn  |)pcn a Ccdar Rapids rcsldcnt 25   the near future.    years. Born .fan. 4, 1890. at New  The 137 Iola! also does not y ork Fdy was  married to include the five officers indicted.     r , llt c cvh m to 1 ^ at 1 "”     a " u ,,U1   Steinbeck s-iiri he and Police  Rrma Ru  . ^° x  IO, 191o, at  were  JOO percent identical.  Chief Wallace LaPeters were to:    C pm'nloved b'v HaH^Ekfelt! ’ Asked if he felt Simon's visit i    -    .    ■    of 30 scheduled public bearings  meet Monday afternoon to dis-    c llr „: v j n »     arp a    son  Morris     would contril) ute to Middle hast    Discrimination against    the    el- throughout the    Second    district,  cuss the number of officers thai    JTA™ V/A    “ a*,,abler    P 03 ™'  Sadat said '  Ccrtaln| y-     derly w,n  ^  a  P r 'mary topic    on, r e s j dcn t s     of Mf. Vernon    Monday  ,    .    were lo be hired, but Steinbeck    IT I , J    S '    wmS »: and you can convcy t0  the    the agenda of the Cedar    Rapids! morning     told    Repu bl,can con-   soutb COdSt of  lurkey were se- f  •. ..    “good chance” Wayne Kelley, Waterloo, a American people and President H u rn a n Rights commission « rcS sionaI candidate Tom Rilev  ; Jeffrey Camp, 2100 Valleyview, V ered, and the international air- ,1 ,    .     g     .    .    sister, Tessie Schilling, Iowa  Nix    dpp    thanks    for     Mr    meeting    Tuesday at 7 30 n rn in rh    candidate    Tom Riley  drive, Marion; Paul Harstad,; , . M i(wia wa , r i n(! pH     3,1 16 that wcre  recommended    brother    Ben PiDDert c »meeting luesaay at /.JO p.m.  they were stro ngly in favor of  2390 Blake boulevard  S F. ;   1 port al INlC0< ' Jd was c,osed  would be hired.     C ^ lty ’  ab ™;° er ’ ^ e "^ ippen ’'Simon s visit.’    the    city    hall council chambers. I revenue sharing.  I John Kucera, 3322 E avenue Olvcr reported fighting in Ni- “We’ve never had the opnor- Dysart;  and  13 grandchildren.    ..  NW; each fined $30 and costs, cosia and Limassol. He said  tunitv to  brine the strength on  Scrvices:  Chapel of Memories Lu Ann Clinton, 3101 Bever!*—»    *—«    ....    ... tunny to Dnng tne sirengm on  Sadat told newsmen, “We discussed the broad lines of subjects of mutual interest to the two countries and our views IOO percent identical.” Asked if he felt Simon’s visit  Problems of Aged To Be Rights Topic  Residents Favor Revenue Sharing, Riley Is Told  MT. VERNON - In the fifth  avenue SE; fined $20 and costs. | tanks  had surrounded the Nieo^e^l^ Tora up toTsi) ’"said J* 1 *>m-  Tuesday  ““I City Brtefs  sia airport, and the rebel forces Steinbeck .“Tim k.«/i n< >t ic c«i „n  R ev. Wilson Hyde ol irinity    /  Striking fixtures adjacent tor"*,    **  0,, “ “"  , 'i uvl >yj ‘    i sieinDecK. “'Ihe budget is set up  street — Frank Duffy, 805 "ad taken over Radio Cyprus.    for 150 officers.”  Third avenue, Marion; fined! A communique broadcast by $15 and costs.    Thomas     Rad *°    Cyprus     sa * d     the    national  * * *  The list of eligible police force  Low overnight .............. 66    Keating,    3010    Ravenwood    ter-    8 uard     the    Cypriot    army    of    candidates    includes    a    husband  United Methodist church. Burial:    Cedar    Memorial.  Friends may call at Cedar Me-  (More City Briefs on P. 16) * * *  Gear Taken — Burdette L nance against morial funeral home after 3 Davison, 1025 Pawnee drive nation, p.m. Monday and at the chapel mw. reported fishing gear va- Coty said  Based on complaints the commission has received, Ralph Coty, director, said it is “only a matter of time” before the commission will recommend that I the city council pass an ordi-age discrimi-  Mayor Nick Berry termed the program “terrific,” and said he felt local governments should be responsible for making local decisions.  Citizens also were critical of national environmental standards concerning waste dispos-reprcsentative  a j saying that standards should  ..vx    —     r~    —    —---~-iaiiu wile. V/i aiid auu raute lei I ~ ...    „__m_____i„.. tu. i, ,    ~.    i.  „    ...    Improper    passing  Predoitation a>  ........... None     Co i tcr *     t  Mason    City:    fined     ^ 20 |“government"of naTionai'salva-1^“sinTof present wlice^’foTce| ket wi,! be closed at 10:20 a m car parked at 4648 Johnson ave ‘  A 8 in 8  wi »  expIain  Problems of ^unity"size and^condiTions.  SC July-    :::::::::::    Z™    of    K  Tuesday - _ __     nue    NW    Sa, . urd t y -    .    II They clam,cd national stan-  Normal for July    3    58    McMurrin,    Alburnett;    Richard    the    situation.    It    said elections o rexe i drive SW. and David E.  KT I *U U 1,1.. on IO Steggal, 438'- Ninth avenue “for a genuinely freely elected!johnson Forestville Md  government will be held withini ^Vproved by ’t^  C ommis-[  Normal through July ......20.19     sw r cach fincd  ,i 0 and costs .  Total for 1974 ..............30.99    Studded tires — Gary Soren-  SW;  a year. no later.”  and  It  “Shot on Spot”  said M a k a r i os  First avenue, Hiawatha, died  NW ^  Sunday< and sto i e $10 5  Barometer, falling .........30.13    son, 403 Eighth avenue  Humidity at noon ..........44%|Oarles Hsarik. Hiawatha;:  j j. ..    ,    •    •,    j each fined $15 and costs.  Wind direction and \ elm i \ a intoxication _ Perry Lin-, it said M ak a nos was in  ..  n    nQr . iH    ritv     ,---------^    —  2 p.m. NNW at    6    mph.    deman, 123 First avenue SW;!- a j readv    dcad “  and  that anyone     Dav,d  ,  (,00dw, [ 1 j Rapid A>ity,    Hi a watha five years.  Sun rises    Tuesday,    5:45; sun, fined $25 and costs. Herman     rcsistino    the armv    wou | d br      S D,: Robert D See, y’ Anamo-    Born June ll, 1904, at Macon,  sets. 8:40.    Gipe, Palo; fined $20 and costs.     the     Tadded     88; Dennis L ’  So,monson ‘  Iowa     HI he was married to Helen C.  Year Ago Today — High 84’  Traffic s ‘K naI  violation — ,     1 01 1     .    '    ^    City: Robin L. Naggatz, Iowa t« var . doskv  iw 31 1934 at  Iou 76 rainfaU none    $ lifford  l rii £ 0  Central City; that a curfew had been imposed ^  Da , e R Ne lson, Coralville; i  low,/b, raintan, none.    Terry    Beck, 919 F avenue NE; and no civilians or vehicles    1    otCaoco    \v; c     •    Detroit.    Prior to ms reuremeni,  | t », e S/ rt ^S hrist ^ er, v 302 ?l othcr than  ambulances were a1-    l!/«ink Z’ K ki  he was empl °y ed the U S   Schaeffer drive SW; Frank    j     h     Rickey Sywassink, 1414 h iret     government as a  mechanic. Mr.  koutny, 633 Nineteenth ave-    iowea on    tne streets.    avenue NE; Michael K Klapp-    Tcmevcr was a member of  * Lolo 70A  f PV> i l-i elronl QI9 1  ■  Robert A. Temeyer  lice said thieves broke into Ed Robert A. Temeyer, 70, of 304 g ewood  cleaning, 3421 E avenue  sion were: Mark Fischer  Th! n  l  eS ff!h 00n ^ n ’.?l th  M ,|„ 7 !°  Sunda y following a long illness.; from vcnd j n g machines in the Thirty-fifth street, Marion; |  Formcr | y of  Detroit, he lived in'  business   * * *  Ki'ttttn VfnnHav    83    race    NW;    fined    $50    and    costs. 6,000 troops led by 650 Greek and wife Crain and Pamela -    ,    ________  ................ ■    -    Dennis army officers - had formed a  Uri(M  2012 G avenue NF and  aftcr 9 3 m ‘,     CaS-    lued    at    $86 was ,aken from a from thc Linn county Council 00  be tailored according to com  led S20i.—------,    .<    ......    I    '     MU .     11     avenue    ne,_ aim  kct w||1 be c |os e d at 10:20 a rn. car parked    at    4648 Johnson    ave-    *-*—          '  the elderly    at the    meeting. Coty    j  rn. t    *„    *, * a    p     aSk M    L hal    a l y  “a 0  ' h ‘ nk  ‘I'X    darts'puTan    “unnecessary    bur-  Business    Burglar,zed    -    Po-    m.ght    have    been    discriminated     dcn -    ^  sma , |Cr    commuril [ es   against because of their age at-    ,  tend the meeting and air their    areas    of concern voiced  complaints.     at the meetm 8  included infla ‘  “I know for a fact that people j’ 00 ;  we ^ are  reform, federal between the ages of 40 and 65:J and use ’ amnesty, abortion, have difficulty gaining employ-'  atergate and  governmental Calculator Missing — Woo- ment,” said Coty.    reform and campaign financing,  drow Rajtora, 829 Third avenue He said, the commission now Wiley s next public forum will SE, told police a $132 calculator has no jurisdiction over age dis- lbe  Thorsby at 7 p m. at Straw-  crimination complaints. The  berr V Point, complaints must be referred to  j the iowa civil Rights commis- Woman To Seek  Mower Stolen — Mary Jane- sion.  Traveler’s Forecast  Tuesday  Weather. Hi-Lo  Bismarck .......Tshwrs    97-68  Chicago    .Fair    81-63  Cincinnati .........Fair    85-64  Cleveland..........Fair    75-59  Des Moines......PtCldy    92-70  Detroit ..........•    Fair    82-55    J  Indianapolis  PtCldy    85-64  Kansas City  633 Nineteenth ave- j on the Streets, nue SE: John Kucera. 3322 EJ Officials at the Cypriot em- holz 724  a r." uc nZ. : ,r. ad n. f i"L d K* 15 v," d bass y in Athens said they heard  Robcrt   was taken from Saturday.  ♦ *  his residence  Thirtieth street SE; lQ ross  p 0 j n t Masonic  &Kos£ ,Umb0 -  Hy;  rhaMhere'h'ad'be"ep “much reHsF^'RotenC^nS'n'Min'  N °  584   Vehicle control violation —  Herman Gipe, Palo; fined $50 and costs. RoAnna Koenke,! ( 0  Makarios 1402 First avenue NW; fined  * ’ ‘. PtCldy 95-76:  $2 i, a ^  c ° sls - . .  Right-of-way violation —  sistance” to the army coup by  0C q Ua , Wis. “Cypriot officers and men loyal They said there: was “much fighting” in the center of Nicosia.  -Impeachment-  (Continued from Page I.)  St. Louis   PtCldy 97-72  Sioux Falls.........Fair    99-72  Coralville Lake  Pool level Monday  694.44  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 4.7. fall .2 Dubuque (17) 8.4, rise .05 Davenport (15) 6.3, rise .1 Burlington (15) 9.4, rise .2 Keokuk (16) 7.3, rise .2  Cedar at C.R  .21.  Births — St. Luke's  Loot Totals S2.915 in Breakin at House  lodge sovsky, 1721 D street SW, said a Coty said the Cedar Rapids $60 lawn mower was stolen from commission may soon have the Surviving are his wife. Helen; I her garage recently.    jurisdiction to handle the com-  a sister, Ruth Dickey, Decatur,;    *    *    *    plaints and would provide a  III.; and    a brother.    John E.    Pistols    Taken — Two    pistols I faster avenue for solving them  Temeyer. Cedar Rapids.    valued at $100 belonging to'than the state commission.  Services: Chapel of Memories;Richard Carpenter, 615 Third ____  Mok a st C paul "'ptCldS Htn I Sum*" Haddy*'’ 3830 , “'skylark | "rh* rebeTcorn rn u ni q ut  ......*    "» v  ‘ ' at 1:30 pm Thursday by the avenue SW, were reported slo-  Omaha* . f    Fair    UneSE^ined and c^.    ' WamedMakariOS and his gov-^ «*     intCTds 10  J P T  r L, Me^HaT '.Tw $ 7“'"“     2269    C   Driving on wrong side —    ,     b     call    tombment:    Cedar    Memorial,    street SW Sunday.  R o n Covington, Hiawatha; ernmen.for    chaos within the;     Aft     examining Herbert    Friends may call at the Cedar    *    *    *  fined $30 and costs.    ranks of the armv and church L. ,    ,    ‘    m„r««rioi    f„ noP ,i    ,ft.r    n.    n    o u j    »  Driver’s license violation - and     said     the army    was in  Kalmbach -     N,xon s    former    per *     Memonal    funeral    home    after     Gun    Gone    -    Richard    D.    Bar-  Ron Covington, Hiawatha;  H     _r    f a ii; ncr     “i ntn     the' sona ^ aw - ver ’ T uesda y<     tbe com *  4  P m   fined $15 and costs.    ! d  J anarchist and crimi-  mittee wil1 prepare for its cru -l chape! after 9 am Thursda y-  Iowa Deaths    Inals”    i cia *  debbcrat ' ons * which are to j The casket will be closed at  Dyersville — Hilda Joesterj The broadcast said the newj s * ar * next Monday. A final rec-|F15 p.m. Thursday.  74. Tuesday at 10;30, St. Fran-U  0  v e r n rn e n t would conduct! 0  nimendation is expected   a i!for«.ign rclaiions “as before'’ around July 30 Monday at Kramer’s    and    thai    “friendly    relations! 'n    other    Walergate-related  Manchester — George W. would be maintained with alp developments.  I Webber, 83, Des Moines. Thurs- countries.” It    added that talks)    Senator.    Weicker. (R-Conn.)     m ji|j on  showed any significant  A   ,13. 4.04. Mi ■ day a, 3. Shelly sw    I between ihe Greek Cypriot and Mid he would vote for Nixon* a-  —........... ;day.  Delhi _ Mary C. Grapes, 85.1 Turkish Cypriot communities conviction in a senate lmpcach-Wednesdav at 2, United Moth-; would “continue as before.” ment trial if Nixon refused a July 13 - To the families of|odist church. Friends may call, , n whgt appoared {0  ^  House Post in 32nd District  INDEPENDENCE - M a r y Loftsgard. 35. Independence, will be the Republican candidate for state representative from the 32nd district in the November election.  David Iloeck. Walker, a son; after 2 p.m. Tuesday at Clif-  crime decrease. Taken together, big cities reported an 8 percent decline in robbery, a 4 percent supreme court order to give up  dr0 p j n  assault, and a 5 percent  She was named Saturday  David D. Anderson reported  n *8 b t at a special caucus meet-  Tuesday and at the rett, Mt. Vernon, said a $40 pis- to the Linn sheriff’s office that  in S  beld bere for  committeemen  tol was taken from his unlocked his residence at 3731 M avenue  and women in  t be  32nd district,  car while it was parked at Third mw was broken into Friday which includes 14 precincts in  avenue and Second street SW. night and items valued at $2,915  Bucbanan  county and ten in  ♦    *    *     were  stolen     B ^ ack Rawk  county.  Windows Broken — Police re- Included in thc    loot were    two    special meeting    was  ported two windows valued at I television    sets, coins, a    ring,    called by State Chairman    John  $100 were discovered broken at clothing    and a    sewing    ma-    McDonald. No candidate sought  Harding junior high school Sun- chine.     tbe post on  * be  Republican    tick-  _ I et in the June primary.  KA rL i    Mrs.    Loftsgard,    a    Buchanan  /Vian Charged with  county native has  ^  active   — Crime —  (Continued from Page 1.)  David J. Svoboda. Clutier, a | ton’s, Earlville.    J    waning to Turkey, it said wh at ;”" 6  ° ‘ J nf7hp*spn- Q  L  e , C  *  6 3 S 8   daughter; Terry A. Radtke. An- Sigourney — James Icenbicc, had happened was “strictly an  VV(1(Xcr ’  a rntmDer 0     ^ thefts.  internal affair." and that' the: a,e  Watergate committee. wa S| By region .  Sigourney -  amosa, a daughter; William 19. Reynolds’.  Welch. 6505 Bradford road NE. Wellman — Frank a son; Charles Tew, Martelle, a Barth. 69. Tuesday at son; Ed ward A. Goebel,  Swisher, a son; Ernie F.  Walters. 307Va Ninth avenue,  H i a w a t h a. a son; Francis Quinn. 931 Old Marion road L  Nettier Reports  W a t e r g a te tape recordings.  decr e a se  j n mo , or  vehicle To Hospital, Not  Federal Officers  Motorcycle Theft in the Republican party several Robert A. Fults.  crime increased  fo se g b takeov"er was* “for The benefitof' interviewed ontheCB 5  program  the  mosF _ 23 percent - in Joseph’s Catholic church. jthe entire    Greek Cypriot    peo-    Face    the Nation    southern    states. Western states  Burial at Keota. Friends may I pie.”     Ihe    house comm ' ttee    is    ex * :     reported    a    17 percent surge and  call Monday at Powell’s.     1     Utmost    Concern    pected    to    release more im-1 northeastern and north central  Mt. Vernon — Mrs. Edward'    peachment    evidence this week. j states  listed a 9 percent in-   rtu  .    _    ..    ,    i     Ankara ’    the    Turkish,    The.    trial,    of. California. U.\crease  NE. a son; C atherine Lingo, 608| Brosh s, Ccdar Rapids, and at fnreion ministry said the Tur-L-.    «„•__\ii nn     ... .....  Eighteenth avenue SW, a son.    9:30 at St. Weneeslaus church, ,, ; * u      v '_    . R® l °ecke    heg<^    .    -    Ihe FBI    report said that only  Marriage Licenses  Jovce Taylor and Michael! Kalona —    Mrs.    Willard  Cole ShelTv Anderson and Marner, 66. Tuesday at 2, Men Rand Duffy,' Mary Oakley andlnomte church. Powell’s.  Darwin Lewis, Cynthia Novak 1  Tipton — Lars F. Larson, 66.*» and Leonard Thompson, all of J Tuesday at 1:30, Sheets and (Cypriot community.  Cedar Rapids. Loretta Zalesky,    Son, where friends may call) a source    in Ankara    reported  Cedar Rapids, and Gene;■    .    „    that several ships of the Turkish  Rucker Vinton. Carolyn Clark Dysart — Dorothea L. Han-    .    ,    ,    ,    ,    ...  and Merle Drexler both of sen. 94. Tuesday at 3, Over-;navy had been ordered to sml to Hiawatha. Gail Wood and ton’s.    the Medditerranean as a pre-  Wayne Howington, both ofi Waukon — William Cun-; cau Bonarv measure and an Solon. Ohio. La Donna York.    inurn    26.    San    ;     ar my battalion stationed on the  IR of 57in' years and lS Rrst v i ce *P res ( dent   Briarwood street SW was being  of the Buchanan county Repub -BriarwoHl street sw, was wuigl.    Women. Her husband,  he id rn Linn county jail on $1,000  Dean b a construction superin .  Although federal Judge Ed- .  on  ,° f  n . a '  n a L. C ,i a  ° tendent for a Waterloo firm. She ward J. McManus turned down  la ^ cn >'o a motor vehicle. is the mother of three children, requests for a new trial and a was arrested at his resi-  Kenneth  Miller is the Demo-delay in confinement for Everett  den( j e bunda - v and  charged with  cratjc  i ncumbent m  the 32nd Sam Nemer, Nemer failed to  sleabn 8  a  motorcyle belonging  district   meet the Friday deadline for  !Cedar l Rapids. ei Rosary 8  Mondayigovernment was watching| day  He is charged with lying to 33  ma j or c iti^ reported an ac-l^shal  h * mS€,f  ’ n t0 the U S '   at 7 at Brosh ’"    “withu^mosr    concern”    STS     crime    decrease ’     comparedi     Instead.    Nemer    had    admitted  witn utmost concern put sO| about hls  involvement in trying  XV ith IOO for the same period a ih i ms elf to St. Luke’s hospital.  to Jim Center, 3220 Bramble road SW. Wednesday.  far the coup appeared to be “an  to  bring the 1972 Republican na- year ago  a  internal matter of the Greek |  R onal convention to San Diego    -  No Comment on  —Pickets—  (Continued trom Page I.)  Ammeter Gets Time To Plead  Man Gets Two Sentences for Bank Robbery  OhRhe!' Kan 't'atliy' iVumphrU's! Panick's^h^'ch^ Jlosary^Mon-]south coast facing Cyprus had Dwight Morgan Bachman._ 30,| negligent manslaughter, accord-  according to a deputy marshal Nemer had been found guilty We’re trying to keep costs do\*n Darwin Ammeter, a suspend-tn early July of receiving, pos- and provide good service.”  ed pollce de tective, has been sess.ing and disposing of stolen Seda said postal employesj given unti i j u i y 2 6 at 8:30 a m. cigarets and was ordered to un-  now  receive a starting wage of  Crime rn Cedar Rapids duringi^, m ^,a!“    rn”ihe'edar^Rap^prfs'  Ihe first quarter this year in-  Manus  tentatively gave Nemer  officc , he said, including fringe one murder or  n on-| a  io-y ear  prison sentneco.  C.R. Report  to plead to charges against him in connection with an alleged conspiracy to damage the repu-  Hartsvillc. S. C.,    and  Stoner, Mt. Vernon.  Fires  10:14 a.in. Saturday. Torch to kitchen floor tile    at 2 3 3 6  Blakely boulevard SE.  11:43 a rn. Saturday. Faulty carburetor behind    129 Six  teenth avenue SW.  6:09 p.m. Saturday. Short in outlet at 619 Nineteenth avenue SW.  7:38 p.m. Saturday. Stand  Dan day at 8, Bakke-Hansen.    been    alerted,  Tama — Albaro Guardado, canceled.  22. Mason-Hand. Burial in!    _   1  Mexico.  Cascade — Bernard Keating.  82. Wednesday at 10:30, St.  Martin’s church Rosary Monday at 8:30 and wake service Tuesday at 8 at Devaney’s,  with all  Paper Asks Powell To Allow Trial Coverage  WASHINGTON (AP) - The  eluded one murder or non-la'm” rnrkon ^enmeee    ne    8    tat    ions    of    other    police officers.  lu-year prison sentnece    benefits,    is $7.58 an hour     At     i mn   u o    o _____  r  _____iii____l in turning down tho sddosI for    the    drrsi^nrncnt    in    L<inn  leaves Des Moines, was sentenced to a j ng  j 0  jh e  p edera i Bureau of In-  a npw  * r i a i j ud o P  McManus  lbose wb() work  nights district court Monday Judge total of eight years in prison by  vesti8ation rcport     |    ’     ws     ceive a ten percent pay dif- WilUam Eads also set July 24 at  federal Judge Edward J. Mc- There were also 16 robberies, clearly against Nemer and that  lerenlla1,  ^ cda sa ! d ’  and pcl ”5 p.m. as the deadline for Am-  *    ii    mn ti    Jo    onnt morn ics noiH frtr    ...    _i    ...    .    ai -    .    J    — „ a _  Manus Monday in connection  9 ag g raV ated assaults, 438 lar- no  irregularities occurred dur-i cent more is paid for Sunday  meter and five other defendants with bank burglaries in north- ^  thefts> and 98 motor  vehi-;  ing  the one-day trial.     work    whlch    is part of a reguIar  to file motions in connection  central Iowa.    cie    thefts.    The    judge    refused    to    allow     vvork    week    witb  indictments returned by  He was given a five-year term police Chief Wallace ^Peters \ erncr  additional time before  Seda said none of tbc w or kers  the grand jury last week after a  where friends may call after TiTimes Picayune Publishing  on one coun t  ban ^ burglary  was no t available for comment having the medical evaluation  was oR  the job Monday. The probe of the police department.  Corp. of New Orleans asked' and tbree  years for conspiracy  on ( h e  report Monday morning.  a  Missouri hospital, saying leaflets handed out by the postal The judge said that if the  tirrtrbzirc nriitz'i'Ktd *“hliinH^rg'’ in nthnr fi\'n rlnnirln tn Anlor a nlpa  Monday. Central City  Delbert Birk-) at  ford 79 Tuesday at i-3o" supreme court Justice Powell  t0  commit banit burglaries. The other police officials declined to that he already had sufficient wooers criticized “blunders” in other five decide to enter a plea United Church of Christ, visi-jMonday to stay a lower court sentences are to run concur-, commen t  on  the report because chance to work out personal planning by higher postal of- rather than file any motions the  tation at Murdoch’s after  by clown wires at 1212 Maple- Monday, wood drive NE  1:56 a.m. Sunday. Faulty outside alarm at 1010 E avenue NW  10:39 a in Sunday. Food In oven at 1526 Sixth avenue SE  4:53 p.m. Sunday. Air-e-vac at airport.  6:51 p.m. Sunday. Flush gas at accident at Sixteenth avenue and Edgewood road SW.  8:10 p.m. Sunday. Unattended fire at Circle 1  drive and Glass road NE.  1:30 a rn. Monday. Malfunction of alarm system at Americana Nursing home.  Magistrate’s Court  Speeding    .lames Miler,  Vinton; fined $35 and costs.  David Buwalda, 425 Grand avenue, Marion: David Hubbell,  3703 F avenue NW; Kevin Wade, 2221 Haven court SW;  Fred Frodick, Atkins; Howard Young, 242 Wilson avenue SW;  Michael Randolph, Anamosa;  West Liberty    Patrick  White. 81. Tuesday at IO, St. Joseph’s Catholic church. Rosary Monday at 8. Snider’s. Burial: Memory Gardens, Iowa City.  Oelwein Kina Kern, 81. Tuesday at 1:30. Brant’s Fayette  gartner, 60  St. Franc Oelwein.  fi iorder restricting coverage of a j renny.    they    had    not seen it.    problem?.    ficials.    time    for entering of the pleas  murder-rape trial.    Bachman    had    pled    guilty    to    p 0 |j c€     officials had said last Nemer was listed as a patient  Tbo  leaflet also criticized will remain as scheduled at  John Weinmann. attorney for j the two counts near the end of a (month any increase in crime  a j st. Luke’s Monday.    what the workers believe are their arraignments last week  the paper, said the order was an trial in which he, Robert Weeks|reflected on the FBI report    ____ ,    luxury items rn the postal sci- A hearing has been set for 9  unconstitutional prior restraint j and Jack Scott were defendants, would he largely due to a Hardware Store Entered vice’s new headquarters build- a rn. on July 26 for any motions on publication.    I Scot* was found guilty on change in bookkeeping.    LAMONT    -    Thieves    broke    ing in Washington.    filed    in any of the six cases. The   --seven counts, and Weeks wast The value of a missing item is  in '‘  X L ( , m ,, u . n  hard*It was not known if the protest judge explained that in this way  Death of a found innocent. Scot. has ye! «o| now bascd on tbe ow „ c r s valua-l "'I Ll  20 YEARS AGO  William    Baum-    large number of small fish in    be sentenced.  0.    Wednesday at H,    Cedar lake during the dosing    Four other counts    against  ms    church.    Brant’s,     days ()f  j utlp was  blamed on a    Bachman were dismissed.  (temporary lack of oxygen in the) His prison term is    to    begin  30 YEARS AGO - American|water.    JulyJJlT_  troops reached the outskirts  store here over the weekend and    P a », of     demonstrations    he    ran    hear    arguments    on    sun.  Hon, rather than the market^ , hree sh0tguiug tWH rifles J at other postal points  lar points of law' at one time  value of the item, police said  Drive Safely  75 boxes of shotgun shells and IO,(KM) rounds of .22 cal. riflt ammunition.  Less ay, western German in Normandy.  of anchor  Horal Fantasies  from our th Mod artistt  PIERSON’S ’S’  IHM) I I I IS HI VO. NU H CW I K PHON! 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