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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 ho  se A n 11  ^ADONAI WFAlHf* SfRVfCf FORCCAM Ic ? A M ( ST I  I 30 OO  " Ll ” 74  30.00  UH WI MMI* fOtOCAS.1 ®>  Rain ii expected Friday night in the lower lakes, northern Louisiana, and the mid Atlantic states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.  ■Impeachment-  /Continued from Page. I.)  Charles Hoover Dies of Auto  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tri., July 26, 1074    3  C.R. Public Housing Gels Conditional Commitment  have paid more than $90,000 in  I . ^ ra  r ?^ n ^'    Anne    Mezvinsky    added thai “this  I  ran     jTJ’j jtu tax matter falls into the pattern  Mt. Vernon road Sh died Thurs-  ()f a jj USe of 0 jfj ce  because it is    Two ^edar    Rapids    public    the    developer    for    the 96-unit  /-x ii**  (la y *°  a  Lledar Rapids hospital  vidpn , ,u„,  t u p  p r pci dpn t enter, housing programs are expected;Oak Hill Manor project for low Ordsh    Injuries following a long illness.  Rrf)rn |tained an expectation for and* 10    move  * nto    bl B b  Sear    this fall    income elderly    and    handicapped  Charles Arthur    Hoover,    62,    of Minnie hTd bwnTresWe^uf t0ok advan,aKe of  favorable'months    of    doubt that they    had    signed a    conditional com  204.1 ti avenue NE, injured May p-j  and  (; edar  Rapids vicin-7 in an auto accident near Iowa  jty near|y al] of his lifp  City, died Friday in a Cedar jj e was rm pioyed by the .IS.  Rapids hospital.    (cook    Co.    for 15 years prior to  A lamb and veal buyer for  re tj remen t j n  1972. He was a  Wilson and Co., Mr. Hoover  was Irjicmbc r  of Calvin-Sinclair Unit-enroute home from a buying| e<J Presbyl e rian church .  rip to Wapello when the ac-Lr Surviving in addition to his (ident happened. He had heem w jf e ^ j u |j a arp a  sister, .Johan-  westbound on interstate 80 and had turned off on the highway I interchange when he applied the brakes on his car and it skidded  na Pokorny of Cedar Rapids, and a brother, Justus Pokorny, Bensenville, 111.  .    ,    ,    Services: Turner chapel east  on wet pavement into the back  at 3  Saturday by the Rev.  of a semitrailer truck.    Ft ay mond Garvey. Burial: Pre$-  Mr. Hoover sutfered a broken byferian cemetery, Ely. Friends  may call at Turner east until  advantage _________  treatment by the IRS.”    would ever be started.    mitment to proceed.  He suggested that the    com-    Hon Salyer, director of    plan-    Salyer said the    developer,  mittce must “bring Richard ning and redevelopment for the Darwin T. Lynner of Des Nixon into account for    grossjcity, said Friday a    developer    Moines, is expected    to sign final  abuse of office ... lf we do not,    will be sought this fall    for    a new    commitment papers    for the Oak  who will?”    low-income rental housing pro-Hill Manor project in ten days.  Republicans Defect gram.    Construction  Thursday it. was announced Nixon’s hopes of holding the    '    Construction    on    the    96 units is  committee Republicans together _    ..    expected    to    start    by    Sept. I,  vanished during the debate biatt Challenges with initial occupancy projected  for late next summer. Plans call for a single-story unit, and four  when Rep Butler (R-Va.) be- 1  came the first of the uncommit-, ted members to take the side of impeachment.  “There are frightening impli-  Library Head s  Ollalifiea+innc  lw(, * slory  structures, evenly di-Vf/Ua I IT iv*a I IO! la vided between one-bedroom and  —Drought—  (Continued from Page I.)  The Weather  High temoeratures Thursday, low tem oerafures overnight and inches of ore donation  Anchorage  Atlanta  Bismarck  Chicago  Denver  Duluth  Honolulu  Houston  iS 48 77 68 »3 56 74 68 ♦0 63 80 57 88 74 94 78  L. Angeles 87 67 Miami *3 St Min apolis 89 64 N Orleans 89 76 New York 76 67 Phoenix 113 88 Seattle 75 53 Washington 79 71  fourth to a third of the crop they would normally expect,” says Paul Crane, agronomist at Purdue university.  ms ^    «    “Past    Help”  12:45 p.m. Thursday. First  aid rail at 200 First avenue NE. “Most of the corn is past 2:25 a m. Friday. Nuisance help,” says Dai 1 . Shively, a  Mrs. Loewis White, 1722 Apache Trail SE.  Fires  Extended forecast — Partly cloudy Sunday with a chance of rain Sunday night and Monday. Clearing by Tuesday. Highs in 80s, lows from upper 50s to 60s.  C. R. Weather  call at K  street KW.  avenue and Fifth  says  county farm extension agent for the southeast Kansas area around Parsons.  Harold Steele, president of the Illinois Farm Bureau, says that unless tile dry spell ends  neck in the crash. He had been in a coma for two months.  Born Nov. 19. 1911, in Decorah he had worked for Wilson and Co. for 38 years and had lived in Cedar Rapids for 44 years. He moved here from West Union  Magistrate's Court  Speeding — Thomas Burns,  309 Sixteenth street, Marion;  Lee Heidt. 718 Fourth avenue SE; Randy Morrison, Alburnett; Glenn Waite, Mt. Vernon;)soon the low yields of feed John Elliott, 422 Seventh ave- grains will guarantee rising High Thursday .............. 82    nue SE; Kim Strub, 895 South; •  f     .  Low overnieht    .. .    78     Ninth     Marion;  Rober t P r ^ s     '° r mea,s   .. i? ij    sc    Bowser, 640 Sixteenth avenue The department of agricultor! Friday  ......• ••    ™     S W; each fined $30 and costs. 1  ture’s    Food Marketing    Alert  2 p.m. Friday ................ Lois Leichsennng. 2429'Reyn- ^ issued said, “Corn is head-  Precmitation    None    olds avenue SE; Pearl Yancey, ,__ ’    _  Total for Julv    I 55    *810 Jana drive SW; SuAnn ^ ^ or a rec °id  cro P 5 to I - por-  ..    . ,    . .    Leo    Tichy, Ely; Donna Bascom,  Normal for Julv ...........3.58|    Newhall; Carl South, Daven-  Normal through July ..... 20.19    port; each fined $20 and costs.  Total for 1974 ..............31.49    Traffic signal violation —  Barometer, falling ... 30.00    James Altig, Boone; fined $15  Humidity at noon ..........76% ,ancl     ^ osts ’ ...    .  Failure to follow truck route  Wind direction and velocity at _ Clyde Schultz, Center Point;  2 p.m. SSW at 6 mph     !     fined $10 and costs.  Sun rises Saturday, 5:55: sun Driver’* license violation —  IOWA CITY - Members of efficiency apartments.  cations for the future of our the Iowa City library board and The housing project will be  230 Dm Saturday The casket  coun * r y *(  we do 001  i m P cacb its staff clashed Thursday over located on two blocks of Neigh-  will not he onen after thp ser- the Presldcnt of tbe pnited!  the appointment of Charles Kau-' borhood Development Program will not he open alter the ser    „     sajd    the    freshman     Ro-1 derer as Ubrary dircctor     (NOP)    land    bounded    by   _publican.     In    a  j etter to the  board, staff Eleventh and Fifteenth streets  u.:i c prtf ; rp .     NlX0 "     was dealt perbaps an  members claimed Kauderer and Twelfth and Fourteenth av-  Memorial Services , wn  sharper blow shortly after-  does M have  ,  mastcr - s  „ I  enU cs SE  2 prn !i’bKnUnM r Moth’- I*     whc ? ?     of     in library    science,    while    seven    The other program involves    40  He was a    member of    the    Unit-1 odist church by the Rev. Harley;  s    most  c o    n s    e    r    v a    i v    f     mombpr5    0 f     t (, e  library    staff    single and multiple    family unils  cd Methodist church in West IC ar ba ugh. Burial: Garrison; miners, Rep Harold rroelicn h ave  ^at degree.    to be located throughout the  I Ininn a first lieiifenant in cemetery. Kuba funeral home i (R-Wis.) said ne was ready to I    ,     Unx .. attnt .    c nl „ °  lf   union, was a first lieutenant In ,  J  h     ,     f     impeachment if the  The staff also  contends a city However, Salyer said it is  the army in World war ll and  H »llqul» t>  Ariel. Blanche -    '™ p  n  e  f  a ;." m ™    "    woman staff member meets the hoped that a number can be  a    member    of    Hanford I Graveside services will be con- 1  "i 1 ® 1     truing 01    me    arucies met     rcquirementg    for    the    dircc .    built in the Oak Hill    area also.  ducted at noon Saturday injWitn    ms approval.     iU     *  Cedar Memorial cemetery by    _-u.Kl.ri    ° rShlp    hven    after    th «     lwo     ST 113 "  the Rev. Richard Ernst of Hill-    iniunien    Arthur    Kantor, a member of  blocks are taken f 0r Oak Hill  side Wesleyan Methodist; ft eps  Fish (R-N.Y.) and the board, however, said the  Manor > Salyer said, the city will  Turner* wes^ until "ll ^ nf^at-  Coh€n ,R * Mainc )  who  havc; s taff wants “us to appoint the  have about a block and a ha l f  of urday.     bpcn  regarded for many weeks!present interim director, Lollyproperty in Oak Hill remaining  Traeumer, Kathleen 1:30 as the most likely Republicans Egger, as permanent director  for  tfcvelopment. and Mrs. James Stripe, Cedar p.m. Saturday in Grace Epis- to vote for impeachment, with- they can just forget it    r> .    ...  Rapids: a son, Richard C., St. I copal church by the Rev. John  h  , d  ...  fina |  deci c ion  hut not * *    F uture Tenants  .    —    ■    -    .    e    Tavlnr of Fort Dnripp and f'nn-l 0610 lnC1P 1,031  O^ClSIOn, DUL nOI ,.^ e af( , n 01n g to See this „ .  „ iK., .u . ,ri th °  CV ‘ d K, nCei ‘hing through, No^amount of at- * oth  programs are similar, D A. Loferski and the Rev. before them told a troubling;.  w  t ,  t  mntiva ^ a lyor explained, in that future  Thomas C. Aycock^ jr., of Cedar story of misuse of government.:    innnmnainnM    tenants    will    not    have    to    pay  nervine Bi,rid. Mrichrith uvvmo  J    b     ,tions, lncomDetcncc. etc..    ..    •  more than 2d percent of their m-  was  American Legion post.  Surviving are his wife, the former Agnes Gillies, to whom he was married at Fort Sill, Okla., Jan. 31, 1943; two daughters, Linda Hacklcy, St. Louis,  cent bigger than 1973’s.”  That's just a projection or educated guess, however. The most recent government estimates on the corn crop were issued July 12 and the next set won t be out until Aug. 12.  The department of agricul-  Louis; two brothers Robert, of    belief that  Rudd and Horace, of Dubuque.    ~  and three grandchildren.         —----->oiu,» ,y, uii.xu.-yc s»i KVTciuumiif i:  n  _ _ inonmnntnn.m  Services- Turner chaccl east  Ra P>ds. Burial: Nashoth House     DOwer     tions,    incompetence,     pt c.,  cervices, iitrner cnapei east  cemetery  Nashotah, Wis.     power ;    directed toward    board  at noon Monday by Dr. Arnold^ Friends may call at the church    Pro-impeachment    speeches    members    will deter this    action  Herbst. Burial: Cedar Memorial between 4 p.m. Friday and 1:151also came    from    the committee s    or turn ip    amund ”  with military services by Hanford post. Friends may call at Turner east until 11:30 Monday. The casket will not be opened follow ing the service.  p.m. Saturday. The casket wiU; three  Southern Democrats -not be open after the service.    ..    __  Turner east is in charge of ar- R e PS- Mann (S.C.); Mowers rangements.    (Ala.)    and    Tomton /Ark.).  O’Bannon, Alphonce A. — Meanwhile Vice-president New Jerusalem Church of God  p „ .    , ..  r .  in Christ at 3 p.m. Saturday j f ' ord sald  conviction and im-by the Rev. Hurley Bassett and peachment of Nixon would be j eaye   Russell Megonigle, 408 Seven-,ture, which has had to revise its  several times, said July 12 that . its  [) r f , bIa ? k firo     WilHamp"    I?o U nar h d. b Burial:    Mt.  Rosaries at 4 and   11  the 1974-75 corn cron wag ny die Safety Commissioner James calvary SWrf4T n sOT«sU>c.ed to be between 5.95 bilhonI S! “    ^    17:30    p    m    Friday    at    Teahen's,  Miller, 3002 Twelfth and 6.35 billion bushels. SW; fined $10 and!  Among six persons certified where friends may call.  cptc 8 ‘31    •    I    r     -    ________ _______  Year Ago Today - High, 79; ^"^  street NE: fined $15 Hnd  production estimates downward . low, 66; rainfall, 0.11.    Failure to signal — John  Traveler’s Forecast    Mineck, 288 Twenty-second av  enue  Saturday    Phillip  Biamarck ..... * KCMyM-M ™  SW:     *'° “""I But the National Com Grow-  by     -«mce    comm,talon  Chicago —PtCldy    87-64    striking fixtures adjacent to     ers     Association    says    it    doubts    J[ as     *    ^     ae  Jf en ^p n ’  Cincinnati  street — Raymond Andrews,    there will be more than 5.52  vvon,lctb a venue SW. a black  n'Tip,  Ptcfdv    RO-esl® 8 ® 16    Grove:    fined    $25 and     billion    bushels,    and    that    does    Steinbeck said it    is    antici  Detroit ... .V.PtCldy 83-58  c °!, ts *    ,    not give the full effect to the P a *ed all six will be included in  Indianapolis PtCldy 85-71, Faui't^~  c ba rles  weeks  ° f   d  roiJg ht and heat.    a resolution of appointment to  Kansas City .......Fair    93-72    Flint,    Robins,    two    chaiges.  Milwaukee.....PtCldy    80-60  CD    To    Hjav/O     Dr ‘  Lc R 0 .v White. Burial: Holy    “very    very    bad” for    the  • IX*    I    VJ    I    lOYw    Cross cemetery, Pensacola, Ha.    both    on domestic    and  Friends may call at Turner s     r  .    .    .     T1  , , , , tr   east until 9 p.m. Friday and at     forei 8 n    fronts    addcd -  1    csn   the church between IO a.m. and    say from the bottom of    my  2:30 p.m. Saturday. The casket will not be open after the service.  Dautremont, N'orbert J. —  Cedar Rapids will soon have Saturday at IO at Immaculate  First Black Fire Fighter  heart the President of the United States is innocent right.”  come for gross rent —- which  includes utilities, appliances  ,, .    ,    and maintenance services. Un-  Kantor read an 11-page state- , ike the Q , d  , cased housing pro .  mcnt that was unanimously ap- g rarn>  where the city leased proved by the board. It said, in houses from owners then subpart. “ employes who cannot ac- i eased  them to low-income ten-cept or tolerate a new boss can  an t s>  the new program will involve the city only in certifi-Staff members countered with cation of eligible renters, Salyer their own statement, however, said.  claiming they, as professionals, j n a |j ?  Thursday’s announce-w...v  are  featly concerned about  men t s on  housing for Cedar  He is  tde cbolce a  P e  f  rson wbo does  Rapids involved more than $lf not hold the qualifications requi-  m iUi on  j n  Federal Housing Ad-site for the position ...    ministration funds.  Mpls.-St. Paul  Fair    82-58  Omaha .......-..Clear    93-64  St. Louis   Fair    90-68  Sioux Falls........ Fair    90-62  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 5.0, no change Lansing (18) 8 8, rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 13.4, rise .3 McGregor (18) 7.3, rise .2 Guttenberg (15) 4.8, rise .6 Dubuque (17) 7.7. rise .3 Davenport (15) 5.1, rise .1 Keokuk (16) 5.6, rise 2.4  Cedar at C.R. (13) 4.13. fall  .02  Four More Arrested in Bridge Area  Report Nixon Threat to Fire Shultz over IRS  WASHINGTON (API - Pres-  Loan Guarantee  Mein Lasted F^ir    The    Oak    Hill    Manor    project  After Auto Mishap  ,nvolves 516 million for con ’  struction loan guarantee and Walter C. Buchcr, 78, of    $7.2 million in rent subsidies  1032 Seventeenth street NE. Kri-    over the next 40 years,  ident    Nixon    threatened    to    fire    day was in fair condition at St.    Authorization of the 40 units of  George    Shultz    as    treasury    sec-    Luke’s hospital with neck inju-    low-income housing added $1  retary if he tried to prevent use ries suffered Thursday when the  m i]ii on  f or  construction loan  of the Internal Revenue Service car he was driving and a motor-; guarantee and $1.7 million in James Cerveny, 1134 Summit lf the July~12 estimates hold P res «"W d  to tile city counts! DriOqe Mred; 3 **™* P»1'«cal enemies the cycle collided,    subsidies.  •venue SW; Damon Wolfe.  tru e, the amount of corn avail-  next . Wcdnesday - effective     a  M  Newspapers reported Fri- Bucher’s car struck a utility KHA also is involved in $5  rtarJeach Ve ,me e d jYo Lnd  able  V'' 3 '’- counting  im . appomtment date will be Aug. 3. : „adult and three ]uveml« ^ d.y^    pole after the collision    million    loan    guarantees for the  costs.    ports,    will    be    between    6    39    bil-l    Also    certified    were    Leonard    cvidav    morninp    npar    Pipet^ threat is contained in a The motorcyclist. Russell J. new Cedar River Tower project.  improper passing — Steve,hon and 6 80 billion bushels. ^ Drake. Garrison; Brian J,-  avenue  b r [ dge   R (  '  s  segment of a Sept. 15, 1972 con-Keeney, 20, of 350 Third avenue;Topping out ceremonies for the  Miller, Swisher; fined $20 and Demand is estimated by tho Rauch, 6520 Laurel lane NE;  costs.  Right-of-way violation —  Bloke Perkins, Rapids City, IU.; fined $25 and costs.  government to be between 5. billion and 5.96 billion bushels.  May Not Hold  Kevin F. Sterenchuk, 600 Tenth  f Qi6  V 6 F S 3 1  • ° ° ' nv0,v ' n S Nixon, sw, suffered abrasions to the 25-story residential vhorond f° rm er chief of staff H. R. Hal- right hand and bruises to the were held Thursday.  the accident, ,  structure  Petition for Bankruptcy  to.  Coralville Lake  Pool level Friday . . 685 Marriage Licenses   u  Debmah Lcderte and Harry.^y^d All-States Dis-  Hoover,    Hamm and t-ributing.Inc.. and with Tires  Kevin Wade Donna Hamm and  Unlimit £,  Ino Bolh  , islcd   Jeffrey Bulsk. all o: r  ^ 3I ^ debts of $121,907.06 and assets Rapids. Patricia Nath, Marion,    with    $1    To    claimed  and Lawrence Yancey, Hia-°f  51 ,605 with $ I,*.00 claimed  w a I h a . Mary Schoneman,  as exem Pt-Center Point, and Anthony; Dorrance Melvin and Susan  timates may not hold true. Ear  .. „    *     0     lier estimates — for corn and  Kathy Lynn Quick, 113 <;    _    ....  Fifteenth street SE. Debts; °^ brr  crops had to be revised $8,242.56. Assets:    $4,035.69. down because of bad spring  with $100 claimed as exempt. weather, including heavy rain.  Micheal    aud Patricia The wheat harvest, a source of  Marv Lvnch, 2037 Washington    ,    .    ,  avenue SE. formerly doinKi c0nc<>rn dunn S the spring, was business as Mike’s Car Wash speeded up by the ensuing dry and as Peppi Distributing, and weather.  Alan C. Willis, 20.  street SE, Richard G. Larson,  Tw ® lfth NE ’ ^. as chaP 8 ed  I deman and former counsel John left"shoulder in  lIIC  .........--    ■    —  106 Fisher street, Hiawatha;  res,s      y      n D ea °.    the Cox story said.    which    happened    at 2:58 p .rn.I  and    Robert    W.    Chapman,    IOO    * ! s was  ff   0 e  , a e     ^ be  story said    the Cox Wash-    Thursday    at the intersection of  The trouble is that the es- Twenty-seventh    street,    Marion.     siauon ’  0, ‘ ,cers  discovered ne ; i ngton  Bureau    had obtained    First avenue    and Fifteenth  was wanted on a warrant charg.  from a  government source a Wet SE. ing a driver s license    violation.    | transcript of the    final 17 min-     K     at  A 16-year-old girl,    recognized    j  u t PS 0 f  t h P  Oval    Office conver- 1  Feeney    was    treated at St.  bv the officers as a runaway was I  sa tion     Euke    s    bospda ^     and    re l eased -  charged with resisting an of- The house judiciary commit-  Police said Bucher s car was  ficer after she tried to escape.  tee and  watergate special pros-' eastl)0und on Pirst avcnue wben  A 17-year-old boy was charged; ecutor Uon  j awor ski have been!* 1 ran a  . red h S ht ’  hit the motor -  Four+h Running For Two-Year School Term  Ehret, Central City. Cheryl Da-boll, Hiawatha, and Terry Hart, Cedar Rapids. Jacqueline Harris, Hiawatha, and Raymond Schulte, Norway. DeeAn-  Geneva Meister, 1207 Third avenue SE. Both listed debts of  Corn is the critical crop now. The less corn available, the higher the price. Higher prices for corn mean Jiighcr prices for meat.  Two years ago, the price of j tem f0r ten  years.  The two-year term  Mary Ann Kucera. 38. of 2IM; with  ^''"8  atter he  aUegedly ]Gnluccessfui "iii "etfoTtYTo obtain!' * hich was  northbound on 11 Larry drive NE. Eriday took out  ,ri «<‘  10 hp| P  lhe  girl run from the segment.    fifteenth street, and continued. |   1     down the block before hitting ^   r T%.  nomination papers for the two- ° p ic ers *    The    transcript    shows    a discus-.    .    ™,  year term on the board of direc-i Willis and the two juveniles  S j 0n   of ways in which the IRS     on    r ’^ ht    slde     ° f    ldc     Cl  tors of the Cedar Rapids school  were arrested at 10 07  P m  might be manipulated before district.    Thursday.     t he 1972 election and planning of  Mrs. Kucera has been a sub-1  A  15-year-old boy was arrest- a wholesale ouster of un  road  No charges were filed. Police are continuing their mvestiga-  stitute teacher in the school svs  od at 1:42 a m. Friday on a cur- cooperative officials after the * 10n ,rd0  * be accldeoP   few violation  $6,551.73 and assets of $500,1 coro was aboot a  bushel. The mpt.  Jeanne and now is over $3 a bushel on  on the  with none claimed as exempt, [price has been steadily rising^  d of directors  was recently NeW Loitering  ann now ic nupr s.4 a hiKnr>! on    ....    ,    O  election, according to the Cox  story.  After the election, “ . . . the  William John and na Christianson, Atkins, and) Elizabeth Irvin, Sumner, for-[some markets Roger Volz, Watkins. Melody; mer Iv doing business as Tjadcn, Monticello, and Duane; Sumner Sports. Both listed Oltman, Cedar Rapids.  Births — Mercy  July 25 — Mr. and Mrs.  George Vozenilok. 1385 Meadowbrook drive NE, a son  July 26 — Mr. and Mrs. Ray-[ Saturday mond Stark. Fairfax, a son.  Births — St. Luke's  July 23 — Mr. and Mrs. Ken Carpenter, 4915 Kesler road NW. a daughter.  July 25 — To the families of Edward Julich. 240 Nineteenth street NW, a daughter; James Stripe, 2508 A avenue NE, a daughter; Lea VV. Matties.  2350 First avcnue, Marion, a daughter; Larry P. Olson, 374 Eighteenth street SE, a son;  Charles Crossfield, 4500 Rush-more drive NE. a daughter.  Out of Town Births  At St. Louis, Mo  vacated by Steve Sovern, who I resigned to run for state sena-Back in June, when the    costly  debts of    $54,120.02 and    assets of was about $2.50 a bushel, it    cost  $15,212 IO with S14.337.10; a bout 45 cents to put one pound! claimed    as exempt.     of wej( , h ,  on a s(ccr and mos ,|  Iowa Deaths    cattle that are fed on corn    gain  Malcom James Keller. 86.1 about 400 pounds on the grain —  Woman Injured  HAWKEYE - Mary Jo Joyce, whole g— bunch go out and if; 19. Hawkeye, was in fairly good §f  Law Ready Soon    he (Shultz) doesn’t    do it, he is    condition Friday in the West  *    out as secretary of    the treasury,    Union hospital with back inju-  A new city ordinance covering    and that is the way    it is going to    ries. She was injured when the J |  Ihree    other    candidates    arc    loitering was expected to be    be played.” Nixon    is quoted as    car she was driving on a gravel  running    for    the two-year    term.     read y for public inspection late    saying.    road north of here, rolled sever-  Scott Olson, Howard Beall and F r j day  or Monday, according to! Shultz, who left the adminis-a1 times. Authorities said she Carl Ledford have returned public Safety Commissioner Aration May 8 and now is in swerved the car to avoid birds  at  :30,  Madison I  W hi t .h  Nevenho-  . i   means a cost of more  Church of Christ. Nevenho-L. , lr ,     f ,, „ .  ven’s Brooklyn    than    $180 to fatten one steer for  Lowden — Albert Nieting. market,    a    cost    that    eventually  82. Sunday at 1:30 Trinity means higher    prices    at    the    meat  Lutheran church. Visitation j counter from 3-9 Saturday, Chapman’s  nomination papers.  in Clarence.  Delta    Paul V. Gibbons,  83. Saturday at 2. Holm's in Sigourney.  Marengo — Mrs. Wallace (LaVonne) Albert, 50. Monday  Also in Trouble  Agronomists and statisticians say soybeans and grain sorgh-  Motor Freight Charge Rises Two Percent  James Steinbeck    business in San Francisco, could on the road when the accident  Steinbeck said he intends to not be reached for comment    happened  present the proposed ordinance  to the city council for first read-! ing next Wednesday .  City officials were concerned about the possible vagueness of The cost of .shipping by truck;the ° ld  ordinance covering loi-rase F rid av with the an- 'taring and similar conduct.  JOHN E. LIPES  ut kj&r*'  at I, Hoover-Valentine’s, where  coro bu *  a ^ s0  *° trouble  urn crops aren't as hard hit as  nounccmfnt of ’  a ratc incrcase l pdiltjns   of  friends may Saturday:  Waukon  79 Services c hanged  call after noon;  the law was  bv the Midwest Motor Freight I prompted bv recent distur-bureau, according to Richard bancos on the First avenue Petska of the Chamber of Com-1 bridge and in riverside park merce transportation bureau Petska said the six percent Need a bike, car. or home?!  flowers  (or all occasions  DOS 3rd Ave. SI-36.)-0.)  The usual mixture of feed for cattle and hogs is three-quarters  Ben Trocndle,| c0rn w ,th the remainder grains ix i f vitcn 1.1 lei11ucn lo Saturn »    t    «  Mr and d.y at 10:30 at Si. Mary's in  such .  as soybeana  or sorghum. _  Mrs. nicharri Hoover, a rtaunh- L^Tuirus Hakke-HansonV.    so shin tapes til thesi    also would j L|e |  surc h a rno proviouslv in of. Shop tho want ads.  tor July 23. Hoover is the son; Shellsburg —    Thelma Bones-    add to the meat price.     r   of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoover,DffL 49. Saturday at 2 at G>; ap0  Most of the Corn Belt’s prod-2043 G avcnue NE.    LT,? nity church    Whlte - phll,, P  s -     uct  _  as much as  q 5    DercC nt    in  At San Ramon, Calif. - Mr.'Vmton     ucl as mlK0    P ^ rccni    10   some areas — goes to livestock feed.  But some is set aside for foodstuffs such as corn meal and  Carrier Fire  ALAMEDA, Calif. (UPI) - A Hire broke out in an electronic  and Mrs. M. Douglas Carlson, a  daughter July 25. Carlson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carlson. 2107 Country Club  parkway SE.    i    .    .    ...  At Great Lakes. III. — Ensign maintenance space arca of    the  and Mrs. Richard White, a aircraft carrier    Enterprise    but    flakes, and    crop    shortages    could!  daughter July 25. Mrs. White is' no one was  hurt.    it was reported    mean higher    prices    for    these    as  the daughter of Mamie Frink,  Thur9 day.    well  386 Eighteenth avenue SW.     3    v ' t "  White is the son of Mr. andj'  feet was dropped, but that a general eight percent increase! was added Similar rate increases for shipments to other parts of the country either went into cf-1 feet Friday or will be made  prepared cereals like corn Monday. Petska added.  Fit KSU . .  fiji mats  Prompt  Ih'lirrrp  PLC K S FTI! I LOW Kit SHOP  5008 Center Pl. Rd. N.E. 393-5565  Sh*’» Spatial! Let her Know with Flowers  PIERSON’S "hor  INOD l l LIS HI VI). NW’ I lowerphone 366-1826  BROSH CHAPEL  ( edar Rapids  Itrvoh'tl to I'uhlir Servile"  Inquire Aboul Our Pre-arranged Servirr*  holnn  let our flowers speak for you  FLORIST and GIFT SHOP  364-8139  phone answered 24 hours every day  NEW IN THE WANT ADS!  Look To Classified Each Day For  PATTERNS  VA Pl*.  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