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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NAHON Al WI AIM! lf SIKVlCI tOtfCA&l lo 7 t* IU 7 - It* " TA  • I TV. '■ v.‘<'■*•**  30.?4 ,  —Cyprus—  (Continued from Page I.)  Karl A. Schaefer  from UPI correspondent John  Lawton who has been in Mersin  \    -o    „r e-jo r \ ^ or ,wo da y s  observing the huge  88. widow    '    ‘    HiPd ,  Thiiridav  Tlirkish  buildup. Turkish Infor-  of Albert O’Deen, 4035 Johnson '  nu  ^ w -  cd  Thursday  mHtjon Mmister 0rhan Rirgit   avenue NW, a resident of Cedar ;‘ f  [  A ,() ^ J 1 ^  orme ? J  of  later confirmed the ships’ de-  Mrs. Albert O'Deen  Ora Celia O’Deen,  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tri., July IO. 1374    3  Attorney Rules No Need For School Petition Vote  Rapids for the last 17 years, i„ onf     he had    been a Cedar  parturc   (Hod Thursday rn a Cedar    Tm    I'Basel The Ankara    government re-  Rapid., hospital following a bi .cl  Swit2er|andi h( ,  was ’ marricd ta  fused lo permit transmission of  Born Nov. IU. .MS, near Ana- K™ 1 *  M    Jan - »■ '*»••» "f T" ** TV* ^  mosa, she had lived in the Ana-»" »«*  em P l ^ e ?  b - V: l j lwlon  , sal< h ‘    "  mesa area until moving lo! lb( '  Chandc l  Co and H ' gh ," ay mi ' d ' an ’ ) andln « „ craft '  Cedar Raoids in 1957    Equipment    Co.,    retiring in I960, small landing craft, five war*  Mr. Schaefer was a member of ships and two large troop trans  counted 20 five  Surviving are three sons, Buelford and Charles T , both of Cedar Rapids, John A., Vinton; a sister, Mrs. Emil Gustafson, Vinton; a brother, Delbert  60 \  70  _... uh WI Al HIM OUK ASI  Rain is expected over the Tennessee valley, the Atlantic coast, upper northern plains,  the northern Rockies, the northwest Pacific coast, parts of the southwest and over some areas of the northeast.  tho First Lutheran church    ports among the force which put  Surviving in addition lo his to sea. wife are a son, Harold G The medium-sized landing ^ Schaefer*,    Cedar Rapids;    a craft carried tanks, trucks and  Blood    Geneseo    III    •    eicht; dau ^ ter ’ ‘^ r ' s ’  ,,amos ,)avcn ‘    troops. At least 30 tanks could  I grandchildren and six great- £? rt '  C „ dar    two    sis {J rs > :  be seen and the transports had  : Grandchildren.    Mrs. Henry Rudin and Mrs. troops standing shoulder to  Services:    Turner    chapel west;     Rud i n ’     Swit *    shoulder on their decks.  ^     n  zcrland, and 9 grandchildren.  Services: Chapel of Memories Intervention Threat at 2 p m. Saturday by the Rev.; While the destination of the Alvon Nelson of the First Lu-    warships was not released, Tur-|  theran church. Burial: Cedar    key has threatened to intervene.  Memorial cemetery. Friends    militarily on Cyprus to prevent'  at noon Saturday, by the Bov. lice Roy Collins. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends mav call at Turner west.  may call at the Cedar Memorial  Mrs. Walter Dunham  Ida Belle Dunham, 88, widow funeral home after noon Friday of Walter Dunham, died in a and at the chapel after 9 a.m.  —Daily Record-—  -Impeachment'  (Continued from Page I.)  Saturday. The casket will closed at 1:45 p m. Saturday  Cedar Rapids hospital Thursday after a brief illness. Mrs. Dunham had been living with her:    -jj—----——--  daughter. Mrs. Mabel Bendon, PptoflAfl U|fc 1114 Eleventh street NW f , for the ■ GII UVU Billa paper stories about sensitive U.; last eight months.    Oft    ft    ft  Thursday. Flush j S. diplomatic plans.    She    was    born    Aug.    25,    1885.    at    &    3    I    @ PH 6 ll IS OH  Nixon reserved some of his Keokuk, and was a member of  The Weather    12:17 pm  ga s o 11 n p from accident at Extended Forecast — Chance Thirty-fourth street and First    .,    .    .    . v     , ,  of rain Sunday through Tues-1 avenue NE -     wors t    language for describing  th ® christen church at Keokuk.  day. Highs, mid 90s. Lows, mid  2:58  P-”}- Thursday. Un- career government bureaucrats^    I**arn eiX ^ran^  known to brush and trees at i    daughter    are eight grand-  Thirty-eighth street drive SE who talked freely with reporters  c  h i I d r e n , several great- 1  Hills residents have signed a pe-j approval to an act or war.  about U. S. foreign policy.    grandchildren,    two brothers, Ed-'tition protesting the “degrading The meeting was put off while  MMM l Angelet «? a; known to grass atCoT 1 oad^NE    Scare    Tactic     ward  ^ Phillips, Keokuk, and statements” concerning their Ecevit visited London for crisis  97la Minm.poi.1 atli  M I and Milwaukee railroad tracks.  u  ..  t  . . .,    :Carl Phillips, Zion, 111.    apartment    made    by Juan Cortez talks with British leaders and  93 6o' m  NeS r Yo a rk s  *4 73 .01  f  _ 3:5 jL P’TL  Th u rsda y:  Ba fp- distiusted them so much_ Services: Saturday at the Sch- at an informal meeting of the Sisco, who has warned both Tur  bos to lower 70s.  Hiqh temperatures Thursday, low tem-'  an{ j Milwaukee railroad tracks, perafures overnight and inches of pre- i  cipitation:    I    3:03 p.m. Thursday. lln-  Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston  the island republic from uniting with Greece. Turkish Premier! Bulent Ecevit conferred in Turbo key with his military leaders! and cabinet ministers. He has; called the situation “very ; grave.”  The Turkish parliament met; in emergency session Thursday, to consider approving an in-..    .    ii-il     va - slon  of the island, but ad-  Hawthorne Hills  )ou ™ d un ', 11  saturday without  making a decision. Under Tur-More than HK) Hawthorne kish law parliament must give  HI™ c h0 M? ix  !!F 7  m r- le ,  t . hrough  earburetor at 320;that he seriously considered or- inidt funeral home, Keokuk.  92 74  Washington 92 76 .02  dering lie detector tests for Burial: at Hickory Grove ceme-  Cedar Rapids city council last key and Greece of the current  m—Missing.     4     l9    n    rn Thursday Needless  vw ‘ ,, «    I--------------u ---------- week.    crisis’“potential for calamity in  r R    call at F avenue and Edsc woTd more than 300.IKK) state depart-: ,e  u  r 5'- 1urn , er< i hapclwestvvasln Cor,cz '  0ffice of  Bremen!-the region.”  Hinh Thur-dav     roadNW '    I    mom.    Pentagon    and Central In- 0 ""* 6 '° fl#cal arran W s ' Education Opportunity (OREO)  The govcrnm ent announced  High inursaav ..............lui     5;17    pm  Thursday. Un-L ...    .    ,    -- board member, had told the  t h at  Ecevit had sent U N Se-  Low overnight ...............73    known     c     Agency employe*, not Memorial Services council that young people would cretary-General Hurt Waldheim  Noon Friday ................ 8.1     Perry  paz  ad  n § E   lot  '* nd Bla "' because he thought they were spinier. Milo A. _ Saturday “nee the apartment hallways  twl>  | ettcrs , one stated that the  Friday ................oil        .    _    tall    resnonsihlr    for nnwc l^akc I at 9:30 a.m. in St. Wenceslauslfor bathrooms and rattle thp'„„i.,    administration  is that of the  ......     oco         ^    ^—^,.r.    cit,          community    and the new  Normal tor July ............5.38    6:11    p.m. Thursday. Engine to the b- .”    Stewart    funeral    home.    I He suggested that police pa- Greek Cypriot regime should  Normal through July ......20.19    mss    at Rockford road and  p w ..    Naibert,    Dr.    Arthur Charles trois in the area be increased.  not  be recocnized The other ob-  Total for 1974 ..............30    99    Crandic    railroad tracks.    ,    Tot    mer    White House special! saturday at 10:30 at Turner  Moimr nnnaH ronnm ,  7:10 p.m. Thursday. Un- Counsel Charles Colson quoted^hapcl east by Dr.  p.m. J- ridny .........  89     #;#J    Thursd ay.    Possible     al1     responsible for news teaks, I ut »:3# cm in St. Wawteslaus for bathrooms and rattle the  on i y  legitimate i  Total'for*July' ‘ “w iTT"''!"    ‘nw**"*■ ?“’  in 'll*  P !* sid€  J  nt ’ s words '  50  Frana!Burial:'St. John^.To"" 1 doors ’     of ,hc elderly llVmg  'n Cyprus now ii  total tor Jut) ..............I    _■>    powder    at    520 E avenue NW. he could ‘‘immediately scare rv: Friday at 7:30 p.m. in 'bere.    Turkish communit  vnrmul mr I ii I if    I KR    e.1    1      rru....    .J_____• ...    .    ll,.    -.-.IS-.-.    .  nue SW.  Humidity at noon ..........76%' Fourth street  se  Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., S at 7 mph.  Sun rises Saturday, 5:48; sun sets, 8:37.  Year .Ago Today — High, 85; low, 72; rainfall, .03.  Traveler's Forecast  John P.  Ma y° r Donald Canne y respond-; jected to the attempt of the new  )na i ed that the problem seemed [cemetery. Friends may call at concern “internal security” and sides as the Cypriot delegate to  Rarometei,  nsin S ....... I 0 ! 4 )    known    to    grass    iTlDeblock of Nixon as saying in late^ June Woods. Burial: Czech National cd  ( hat the problem seemed to regime to replace Zenon Ros-  street SE.    j     don ‘ t    give    a    damn     tow    “ in,efn ! 1    and i sWes    aS    ,he    Cy P riC ‘    ----------  hii'-Am/lM-n f”     d l d »^‘ d l»ba.ever has to be    ^    ^     C# "‘ ,he Unitcd Na,i ° nS '  done to (prevent  Magistrate s Court disclosures; I don’t want to be Speeding — Vincent Theiss, (old why it can t be done.’  1232 Brockman drive SE; WH-1 Later, the .special White  H a nH, SSS’ FortyleSith str« X l ? ouse     unit    called  NE; Richard Fry, no address; I the “plumbers” was formed.  stop these leaks and opened after the strvice. further unauthorized  The 102 petitioners signed ap    I    A* J  'Aire ^    ^    n    rl    X nr     statement    which    agreed    with    *    6SS6r-Dy    MIQS   Canney saying - “ We teel il wa * Firemen, Suffers  Impeachment' in  Saturday    each    fined $30 and costs. Gre- Even as the plumbers were  Weather, Hi-Lo gory White. 1823 Hamilton! panning the breakin at the of-  unfair to the Hawthorne Hill A    ,u    management    that    the complain-! Smoke Inhalation  Anger ST Memo  in S residents or Mr. Cortez  AI BANY NY (AP) — Rep  didnt  8°  to thcm first t0 see if A fire o{ undetermined cause  Stratton (D-N.Y j, said Friday 'bey could work this out.” that started in a bedroom re-  In an interview, Ed Sider, one suited in extensive damage  Chicago k   Ptcidy    83-65    ton; each’fined $25 and’costs.    House ^Mnsidere^^hi mbfo'headl^  thc  Petitioners added that “it    early Friday to a second    floor  Cleveland    ..... • PtCldv    74-55    McCormick,  D p15 M Forty-fourth    to aide* John    Ehrlichman    that    the so-called plumbers angered *> unds h J c a bu nch of siHmess.!    p^ rRllcn ^ ^ sv^'^hfch^was  Des Moines PtCldy    89-68,street SE:    David Turnhall,    their efforts    were    “not    vigorous    him to a point that he was dis- 1 ; 1 ve hvcd  here five years and    hirst avenue SW, which    was  Detroit ...........Clear    84-58    Clarence; Duane Nesetril, 2151  j0h  „    closing publicly that “I am lean-  never  heard of any such thing.!    vacated this week.  Indianapolis PtCldy 85-61 j Birchwood drive NE; each  8     ,    ,    mer toward impeachment ” Any troubles we have I think we A passer-by, Mike Maher. 21,  K»r* v Ci,y  Fair fnl-    VI-?  and COS S ' ... ' „ Th o re  2 "°l hmg ,hat  > h0WS  He si d ”1 had Ten that it can work out among ourselves.” ! no address, was given oxygen at  Milwaukee........fair    70-5i Vehicle control violation — the President knew in advance    I    .,    ,    rrniuinn    oiifrroH    fhat    vn\/    ru    n    u  Mpls.-St. Paul ...Cloudy 84-65 Paul Abodeely. 2875 Twenty-that a breakin was Denned But  was  P robabl y P ro P° r for me t0  The petition alleged that eev-j the scene after he was over-Dmaha    .    .    Fair    100-74, third avenue, Marion; fined $20     nri ., Q f 0     Mix-    withhold any public comment on  era l °f th® fi ve  residents that come by smoke while helping  me HIOS I private or i>ix- .___  ICnrtPT    had    hrnneht tn thp meet- firomon or*/wnrdinrT in nictrml  By Judy Dauhenmier  A nine-month-old petition requesting the establishment of seven director districts in the Cedar Rapids Community school district does not have to be placed on this September’s' school election ballot.  Phil Klinger, assistant county! attorney, issued that opinion Thursday afternoon.  An attorney had requested the opinion on behalf of 85 signers of the petition presented to the school board last November.  Vote Asked  It asked for a vote on dividing the school district into seven director districts, each represented by a director living within that subdistrict and elected  Marion Farmer Is Electrocuted  MARION — Kenneth Keith Mays. 38, of route 2 Marion, was electrocuted about 2:30 pm.! Thursday when he attempted to pull a hayloader from an electric line at the Witw r er farm east of Marion.  Linn county deputies reported Mays had been crossing the road in a tractor pulling the loader when the loader became entangled in the line.  They reported he safely lo-sened the tractor from the loader, but was electrocuted when he attempted to pull the loader from the line.  Mays was prounounced dead at the scene of the accident.  A * *  Kenneth Keith Mays was horn  May 8. 1936. in Ashland, Neb.,; and was married to Henrietta Bowers June 17. 1971, in Buffalo, Mo.  Mr. Mays was an employe of Witwer Farms for two years.  Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Kenneth De-wayne Mays, and a daughter Angel J. Mays, both at home, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Childress. Buffalo, Mo.  Services: Turner chapel east at 1:30 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. John D. Green of the Free Methodist church of Toddville. Burial: Dunkard cemetery. Friends may call at the Turner chapel east.  even in  on’s conversations, there is no!  St. Louis   Fair 94-70 and costs.  Sioux Falls PtCldy 96-67 Driving on wrong side —,  Herbert Miller. Boone; fined mention of restraint, of caution, j . $25 and costs.    I    or    of    how    far    his    men    should    go  Mississippi Stages  (Flood .stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) .4, no change Lansing (18) 7.7, rise .4 Dam 9 (18) 11.8, fall .1 McGregor (18 ) 6.4, no change Guttenberg (15)    3.4, no!  change Dubuque (17) 6.5, fall .3 Davenport (15) 4.4, fall .8 Keokuk (16) 5.8, fall .1  impeachment until the judiciary I Cortez had brought to the meet-; firemen according to District committee report was in.” mg were not even aware of Cor-j Chief Thomas Phelps, smoke But he added, “In view of this| tez’ intentions. Two of the resi-i while helping firemen.  Enter through street _ Al-lin keening the President’s “(attempt to associate me with dents in whose behalf Cortez! The building owned by Copper ben Powell, 368 Seventh ave-  cre t s     the plumbers, which of course is' said he was speaking had been Construction Co., 2205 Grand av-  nue, Marion; fined $30 and *    fantastic and absurd. I ought to 1  waiting at a bus stop when he enue, Marion, was supposed to   costs -    make clear that I am my own asked if they wanted a ride. have been vacated earlier this  Driver’s license violation — Vice-president Ford says he  m an.”    They    were    then taken to the week for remodeling.  Mo”SS'awte 4 DiS?°Burdi n ck  changed his mind about listen -    .Stratton said evidence made    council chambers    where    they    Fire investigators were    check-  960 West Ninth avenue!  ing ,0 White House  Watergate    public Thursday indicated that    were “humiliated    by Mr.    Cor-    fog    to determine if a    tenant did  Marion; Paul Abodeely, 2875 tapes and after hearing them    charles Colson had suggested    fez’ actions,” according to the    not    move out when    the    owner  Twenty-third avenue, Marion:|still thinks President Nixon is    that the congressman might be    petition.  oanh f I nnrf ClH onH nAcle    *      a     a    i_    ?___ •_______ ..    ..    .    I  Cedar at C R. (13) 4.30. fall .08  Coralville Lake  Pool level Friday.....  Births — Mercy  July 18 — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ynhe, 3808 First avenue NE. a daughter.  July 19 — Mr. and Mrs. Terence Devereaux, 3600 Redbud road NE. a son.  Births — St. Luke's  July 18 — To the families of Robert Menzel, 338 Crandall drive NE, a daughter; Larry Taylor, 4405 Navajo drive NE. a daughter; Lyle Broer, 219 Crandall drive NE I William Toomer, 1175 Twenty-sixth street. Marion, a daughter; Michael Lewis, 2215 Twelfth avenue. Marion, a son; Paul Bauch. 6704 Idlebrook drive NE. a son; Wayne Rhine-hart. Garrison, a daughter; A. James Aldrich, 273 Windsor drive NE, a son; Car! Johnson, 1428 Sixth street NW. a son.  each fined $15 and costs.  Right-of-way violation —  Catherine Randall,    1315.  Twenty-second avenue SW;|  innocent of anything impeach- willing to lead thc plumbers.  a bl°-    j    “I    never    met    the    gentleman,”    j  He disclosed at a news confer-  "Just a Retired Old Fellow Now," Hunt, 56, Claims  expected or if someone else had since moved in.  MIAMI (AP)—Convicted Wa-  Grand Jury To Hear Child Burning Case  Thomas Vrzal has been bound  said Stratton, “and I never even  .690.991 Mathias Stephen, 736 Thir-lence on Thursday that he    heard of the name Colson until  and^costs 01 NE ’ ° aCh fined S15 ;changed his mind because of    the Watergate thing broke.”  ii.iTn fh h    r*ie controversy over conflicting i The Albany Timcs-Union re-  411 First avenut NW; fined C $20  transcri P* s ‘    iP orted that     described  and costs.    I “I have. I think, read, heard Stratton to H. R. Haldeman as;tergate conspirator E. Howard;over to the Linn county grand  Traffic signal violation —or otherwise absorbed the    “an articulate and ambitious”    Hunt, 56,    has    settled    down    in    jury on    a    charge    of assault    with!  Perry Lindeman, 1012 Eight- j various material that has been    individual who, “although a    Miami, calling    himself “just    a    intent    to    inflict    great    bodily    in-  clsts. ^Benia rd^ *K r a basher  3  641 submitted to the judiciary com-! Democrat, is totally on our side [retired old fellow” trying to find (jury in connection with burns Summer circle NE; fined $15!  n1 *(tce. There are some dif-Hie issues.”    nrivarv    I    suffered bv his son Jpffrev IO  and costs.    Iferences in the (White Houser    -----  Obstruct crossing — Chicago, and panel versions of the) tran-Milwaukce St. Paul and Pacif-iscripts.” Ford said. ic railroad; fined $25 and costs.    , „    „ , .  Aud after listening to two of  them, I could understand why there were differences in in-, temptations,” citing their poor audio quality.  Iowa Deaths  Oelwein — Helen Mulford,  79. Friday at 2 at Hintzl Burial: Fremont cemetery, Winthrop.  Tipton — Donald R. Challis,  TIPTON are being  privacy.    1    suffered by his son Jeffrey, IO,  The former CIA agent. Bay of on July ll.  Pigs invasion coordinator and| The case was sent to the author of 45 novels, bought an j grand jury Thursday afternoon $80,000 four-bedroom home with 1 after a preliminary hearing in a swimming pool in the north-  magistrate s  east section of Miami. He and ^    ., ..    .  - his four children were in the L. f .    5  - Twelve Mexicans     o( moving ln on xhurs . fifteenth street St, poured gas-  held in the Cedar![j av     olme on the boy and another  Mexicans Held For Authorities In Cedar Jail  Federation Head To Probe Chess Politics Charge  AMSTERDAM (API - The president of the International Chess Federation, Max Euwe, says he will go to Solingen, West Germany, to investigate charges by expatriate Czechoslovak grandmaster L u d e k Pachman that he was expelled from an international tournament on political grounds.  Pachman charged his own club at Solingen withdrew his invitation to play in its tournament last week after Soviet grandmasters Boris Spassky and Lev Polugaevskv and East German grandmaster Wolfgang Uhlmann threatened to pull out if Pachman played.  Pachman made the charge in a letter to world champion Bobby Fischer, the federation and other members of the international chess community.  Euwe said he understood from the Solingen club that Pachman agreed before the tournament that he would step out if the Soviets threatened to boycott it because of his presence.  by voters in that subdistrict only.  The attorney for the signers said a suit asking for a writ of mandamus to force school officials to put it on the ballot was being considered.  A four-member study committee established by Hawkeye Labor Council to look into the director district issue was scheduled to meet Friday night to discuss thc latest development.  “Very Concerned”  Joan Long, chairman of the committee, said there “arc some people on the committee that are very concerned about director districts,” but did not know what the committee might recommend.  The school board last November declared the petition was defective because it did not carry the signatures of one-third of the voters in the school district and did not set out the boundaries for the seven director districts.  Supporters of the petition contend it is valid because it is based on a section of Iowa law which states the school board must submit a proposition to the voters if it is asked to do so by at least 50 petitioners.  No Plan  In September, voters had approved another measuTe which asked for the establishment of director districts without specifying a plan.  The board has since devised an arrangement of four director districts with three at-large directors. That plan must be approved at the Sept. IO school board election before being implemented.  School officials have said if that plan is defeated they will not be legally obligated to offer another one.  Second Night of Trouble in C. R., Youth Charged  A 17-year-old boy was charged Thursday with disturbing the peace and resisting an officer after the second night of trouble at the First avenue bridge.  Police arrested the youth shortly before 10:30 p.m. Thursday when officers went to the park at the northwest end of the bridge to inform a group of youths that the area would close in a few minutes.  The youth allegedly swore at the officers and then tried to get away when they arrested him. He was released to his parents.  Three adults and a juvenile were arrested early Thursday in a disturbance at the site where many young persons have been gathering at night.  Bill Bars White House from IRS  WASHINGTON IAP) - Re-spending to Watergate disclosures, the senate voted Thursday to bar executive-branch employes from access to federal income tax returns.  The Internal Revenue Service could disclose returns only to thc President, if he personally-asked for them in writing, or to treasury or justice department employes involved in filing or auditing returns, under the senate measure.  The provision, introduced by Sen. Weicker (R-Conn.), was adopted by voice vote and added to a bill setting limits on the number of high-level employes that could be hired by the White House.  “If anybody can be 100-per- county jail for federal immigra- Hunt’s wife, Dorothy was  son '  alle S cdl y  t0  scare them 63. Monday at lo at Red Oak;cent certain that their version is turn authorities after they were  k ii] od in a  Chicago plane crash    he    thought    they had    • •   m0re accura,e th an any stopped by highway patrol of-  in  | ate J9 7 2 .    lied to him. The gasoline was lg- -  and Son’s    ^    other    version, you would have fleers at 7:30 pm. Thursday on Hunt served IO months of a oited when Vrzal lighted a 1  Advertise where people look Use a want ad. Dial 398-8234.  It Pays To Advertise  Marriage Licenses  and Jeffery  and Son’s  Toledo — Ralph R. Stevens, he a genius, he said. TO. Henderson’s.  Oxford — Leonard Frees, 54.  Dawn Brooks and Jeffery Sunday at 11, St. Mary’s Catho-'  Gibson,    Susan Beecher and;    lie church. Rosary Saturday at J  Gerald    Haan,    all of Cedar    8 at    George L. Gay’s. Iowa  Rapids.    Ruth    Yanacek, Wal-    City,    where friends may call  ford,    and    Danny Becker,    after    7:30 Friday and at the  Atkins. Victoria Patton, Cog- Oxford chapel after IO Satur-j gon. Kurtis Fucssley, Walker. day.  Monticello - Mrs Rueben 1   interstate 80 east of the Cedar 2' 2  to 8-vear sentence after match or a cigaret, police said  Marriages Dissolved  Leggett. 68. Goettseh's.  Monticello Mrs. John P.  Vivian Yvonne and Keith.......    ^  Ray Price. Patsy Darlene and!  ms * ® • Gocttsch s. Michael Patrick Shea. Polly A.j and Charles F. Alnutt. Paula and James Bendon. Anita L. and Daniel G. Phillips.  Fi  ires  10.36 ®m. Thursday.    Un- jofonforr    Sent 23    Prime    Minister  known In outdoor trash    con- ^     1 nmt     Mimsur  fainer at 167 Jacolyn drive NW. Trudeau said Friday.  11:17 am. Thursday.    Un-  Tanakato Canada  OTTAWA (UPI) 1— Japanese rime Minister Tanaka will visit Canada for three days lie  Cedar Rapids Emergency    Numbers  Ambulance......... 366-7654  F B I .......... 402/348-1210  Fire ..............  398-5343  Highway Patrol..... 364-5171  After Houri ......363-5629  Police  ....... 398-5353  Sheriff ............. 398 3521  Medical Society    365-2527  (lf you hov* no phywcian)  Foundation ll    362-21/4  (Cml* ho Ip. I pm midnight)  Information, Referral 398-3955  (To loom who eon holp)  (Clip and Corry in your billfold)  river bridge    pleading guilty to lite Water-  The eight men. two women gate burglary but is now ap-and two children are believed to pealing the conviction, have been enroute to Chicago  k non n to grass at Twenty-eighth street and John.on avenue NW.  when (ropers stopped the car for speeding.  Seven Mexicans were taken to Tipton for questioning where they said five more of their group were in the trunk of the; ! car.  Ambushes  MANILA (AP) Twelve ci-jvilians were killed and three wounded in separate ambushes Friday on a highway iii central Mindanao, reports monitored in Manila welfare agencies said  ■■■j  C.R. Drug Numbers  To report a violation:  Michael Dooley 363-0671 lf you need help:  Foundation ll 362-2174  (4 p m to midnight)  mmm  The boy was in good condition at Mercy hospital Friday. Custody of tho children has been given to the county department of social services. 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