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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., August IO, 1074 N At IDN At WI Aint t    FOK! CAII I* ? AM IM f*iiV 'fif  DEATHS  —Hoover—  (Continued from Pape I )  Cou  30.30  BOSTON  W YOUK  Ufi WI ATW 11 DICK AST ®  Showers or thundershowers are expected Saturday night over parts of Texas, the Lakes region and the Tennessee valley. Elsewhere, generally fair weather is expected, with skies ranging from clear to partly cloudy.  —Daily Record-  City Briefs  Edmund J. Dressier  Kdniund Joseph Dressier. 68, of 3635 Twelfth avenue S\V. died Friday following a brief illness Hp had been a Cedar Rapids resident 25 years, and had been employed bv the school district as a maintenance assistant en-I gineer and at Hoover school.  Born Sept. 4. 1905. in Chicago. he was a member of St. John’s Episcopal church; Kingston lodge, AF and AM; Cedar Rapids Consistory: El Kahir Shrine; Ambar Grotto; Epis-j copal Men of Iowa and the church vestry.  Surviving are a son. Thomas. Cedar Rapids; two brothers. Thomas and Anthony, both of Chicago; and two sisters, Lillian Dressier of Chicago and Agnes Serna of Charlevoix. Mich.  Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday in St. John's church by the Very Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski. Burial: St. Joseph cemetery at Parnell. Friends may cali at Turner chapel west until 9 p.m. Sunday and at the church from IO a rn. to 1:25 p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the memorial fund of St. John s church.  ncil Appears    LaPeters to Commission:  Reinstate Five Officers  Cedar Rapids would be best I unreasonable indictment. La-  Ready To Accept  net meeting called by President w    i ii  Gerald Ford Saturday morning V 3 ll O U S L 6 TTG f  The uncertainty of the The city council will apparent* i '     ;     #u,Jp 0 tPrs *aid when asked what  weather aln contributed    lo    a    , v afCepl ’  this    H „, k thf irs , Kna .    served ti the suspensions of    five    Peters sale^    “hen    asked  reduced crowd but    the    drizzle     tion ot  „  p „|,ce officer who re-    H'"  0, ' ms  «"* ‘"tl'aTp    He also sa id hebelieves on  slopped and clouds parted long tired about nine months ago. blately the man "'ho issued lh    .    .    ■  enough lo allow Ihe traditional ,.\ resolution is on file al the suspensions sa.d Friday    (be    ban.    o    '    wh'ttatatows, thai  wreath laying ceremony lo pro-  city r | erk - s O ffit-o accepting Ihe I’olice Chief Wallace l.ai clots •    ■    •    ,-itjzens    of  ceed unhampered    resignation of    former Assistant    made the remarks in a civil    aer-    '    the oolice  Buried in 1M4    Chief Kenneth Vanous, effective vice commission hearing on the .    ,    , d    b    bes ,  Der 21 1973    appeals of Ihe five officers,.department, wouiu  Hoover was buried on this , ||s  ,.’ esj  , io „  was previous . whom ^Peters suspended early se^jf_J<*nsonjs immediately ...u ra ^    d    I)’ accepted effective Jan. 23. last month  1964. Ihe following year a Boys ^     1   chih from Pekin. III. laid a Vanous took early retirement Wallace .Johnson and Detectives p!"    7*    J* ma rkV" ako  aD _  wha* has^econw^an annual  blsl     * elatmedWih Md,ap. Bober,    0^-    Md    Jp.  tradition    compensatory    time and vaca-jchester. Darwin Ammeter    andj p      anchester    Rosdai ,  and  Am-   c  ,    ’    ,    .    .     n    M     „    tion time due him would make Donald Rosdail. They were sus-  .<i ii! av moi lung » ct en <    ^ actual effective date of his pended after thev were indicted  mes involved youth for the most .    ..    .     in74     l    .    a  Dart Hoovpr was instrumental! ^     Jan ’  23  ’  i9 ' 4 ’  and b >'  a    Srand ,Ury 00   P '■     f     ‘    ‘    '.    that date was accepted bv the charges of perjury, obstruction  in sponsoring youth organiza-i ..    ..     v J  "  8  7.     h  .  3     „„„„„  tions and Saturday a number of!  y  council. .    of justice and in some cases  tions anct .Saturday a number of.    however, Auditor Bob conspiracy.  ISh tJST    McMahan said there are dis-  P V   100th birthday.  ly returned to work.  _    ..    civinf    Each    of the other lawyers at  The five are Assistant Chief ^ ^     |hen askpd u .  meter — and he said they did.  .Meeting Adjourned  The commission was adjourned then, only 35 minutes after it convened. The commis-,aPeters specified the indict- sioners met privately to make a  Boys clubs drum and bugle  c r e  F  a  n  c  •  e s  between what  men ( S as  the reason for the sus- decision, but Chairman Allen lips’ led the procession to the ^ anous (, l* ums  and what city p ens jons, not the alleged illegal Yarowsky declined lo predict  corps led the procession  w  _  :    d     show    is    due    him  gravesite. There the Chicago.recoins snow is due nim.  acts named in the indictments. Questioned  when the decision would be an-children’s choir, composed of 74  Ac c° rd ing to  c * l y records- ^he    Questioned    nounced.  young people from throughout    I*    V.    i    „    7    a     h     After    the    hearing.    I.al-eters  the Cill    presented two    gelee-    ^  Dce '  2I '     Wh, ’ n ,he pay    dls '  He was     qi*estione-d Friday by     was asked    whyi it    hP  has   tions     '     P     ^    Pute surfaced in March,    the     a  lawyer    representing Johnson     changed his    mind  regarding the  Dr.    Joseph    McCabe,    chan- councd was     ^°' n £  t0 cban 8 e    tbe     about his    (LaPeters i own in-suspensions,    he didn't    merely  cellor    of    Coe    college in    Cedar     res 'S nat ‘ on    da,e .  ,0  December,    vestigation into the allegations    reinstate the    officers.  Rapids, then followed with a  l,ut put doing s0 at the of wron 8 d °i n R    .    .    The    chief    said    he    was    not    sure  The Weather  Mrs. Charles Reitz  Hospitalized — Mary Nemec Kilberger, 1508 Twelfth avenue  Iowa Deaths    I®®*     ls    a     patient    at    Mercy hospi-  ...    ^    .     nn     tai.    Visitors    are    permitted. I Elizabeth R. Reitz, 87. of 431  Lisbon — Grace Whitlock. 90.     v     .    .    ,    .    .    ’    ’  Monday at    1:30 at Morgan’s    *    *    *    Longwood drive NE,    wife of  where friends may call after 2 Games — Sat.-Sun. Montrose. Charles Reitz and a Cedar  'doors. 6:30.—-Adv,    Rapids resident most of her life,  Myles Roach, 54.    *    *    *    died Friday following    a long  Radios    Taken    —    Howard    illness.  Fvtended Forenst — Partly I Catholic church. Waukon. Visi-!Helm. manager of Kingston sta-  Born  March 25. 1887. at Hills-  rlmiHv to Houdv through the  tation 2_10  Monday at Bakke-:dium. Friday reported two Mich., she was married  Sri w^ L chan oTf rain in  Hanson s -    radios valued at $400 taken from Sept. 29. 1928, at Ottumwa. Mrs.  ^^«t norficm ^arlv Vlondav 7n^ I Vi' n ^w7,?^ , Fl l!° n ' Cedar Rapids Community Reitz was a member of First the east portion early Monday 70. Monday at 10:30 at Mur- ,    .    ,.    ,    .    ;    ,    ,    ,    *.    rnnorooaMnnai ^hnrr-h ana u/ac  and in the west Wednesday, doch chapel, Marion. Visitation Schools district trucks parked at Congregational church, and was  Tpmneratures are exDected to after 0 a.m. Saturday at Mur- the stadium.     a  59-year member of C edar  temperatures are expected to     riar    M     ,    ,    chapter. OES.  be below seasonal normals, with    ...    os;-    a  u   ■ c _________ r,v-    ,------1    park.    Legion    Lanes    will re-open Surviving in addition to her  number of readings from Her-  re J ueat of  ^nous' attorney.  bort Hoover addresses     Vanous    has    flled    su "     ask,nB   for the back pay he believes is  Participants    due    him,    about    $5,000  High temperatures Friday', low temp eratures overnight and inches of pre ciPitation:  Anchorage    60    49 W    L Angeles    79    65  Atlanta    84    68 . 45    Miami    86    80  Bismarck 74 43.06 Min'apolis 81 6$ .32! Sundav.  Chicago    73    70    N. Orleans    97    71  Oenver    71    4j .08    New York    84    63.28    Waukon  Duluth    72    57    Phoenix    104    82     n f pra.j.ip Hti    Chirr,    Wi«;    Tnrs-  Honolulu    89    77    Seattle    82    56    OI Hdinp ail    mien,    wis.    iuth-  Houston ..    89    78.03    washington    83    68.32    dav at 10:30 at St. Patricks  lows in the upper 50s to lower  60s and highs in the upper 70s to; ^n.«. Sunday afT^o V  M °" day a m Au * USt 12  ~ Adv 1 hUSband  *  3 SiS ' er ’  N “ a S " ider '  r, ii* if u-ii    ,    a    *    *    Wichita,    Kan.  Powell s. Visitation immediate-    ,    _    *    _    _    ,  fly.    Car    Entered — John G. Services: Turner chapel east  st. Olaf — William Ct Herr- Dennis. Fairfax, Friday report-;at noon Monday by the Rev.  Participating in the wreath-! laying were Boys clubs from T WO  Listed 8S Des Moines, Ames. Omaha.    , rn  Minneapolis, Sioux City Dubu- r3ir FoMOWinQ que, Waterloo and Pekin, III. Ai a • J There were Boy Scout and Girl AUTO Accidents Scout groups from Cedar; Two persons were in fair con- in  “My conclusion is that it is an  hp had the  authority to do so  once the civil service commission was formally involved, and that he believes the hearing was the proper place to have the question decided.  Culver: Must Halt Inflation To Help Housing  Rep. John Culver (D-Iowa), surveying the housing situation  Hearing Sept. 4 In Police Case  _    .    .     I______ - I Cedar Rapids Saturday.  Rapids, Waterloo. West Branch clition Saturday at Mercy hospi-:  warned t h a t “unless inflation is  A hearin 8  has  ^ en set for 9  and a number of other Eastern tai with injuries suffered early ,    ...    .    „• a m. Sept. 4 on a petition for a  Iowa communities.    Saturday in a two-car collision     more    10    ge     .    '    writ of certiorari filed on behalf  William B. Anderson, presi-    on highway 218 just    south of the     tban  heretofore, the housing in-     0 f  s j x  p resen t and    former  dent-emeritus of the Hoover    airport road.    dustry in the United States will    members of the Cedar    Rapids  Presidential Library Assn., pro- Daniel J. Richardson. 19, of continue to deteriorate.”    police department indicted by  vided the welcome for what was    814 Owen street NW. suffered a     Citing  skyrocketing mortgage     the IJnn  £ r and jury.  indeed a solemn ceremony in    fractured leg and    Ervin Ege.    j nterest rates and  increased ma-     The  petition for the writ was  remembrance of Hoover.    Swisher, suffered a dislocated  (er j a i  costs at a mee ting in the  filed  thursday morning, asking  “We have a place here that is hip and facial lacerations.    neighborhood development field  th e court to nullify the findings  very meaningful, ’ Anderson They were injured when cars  office  Culver said ‘ housing  cm/4  4  < I .I ,, c emir cdr thin      I___ TA  I n I____ r«  of the grand jury because the  said. “Let us now ask the Great driven by Ege and Rodney R. shortages mav soon'become the ^and jury itself was allegedly Architect of the Universe to Hrdlicka, 19. of 717‘i Ellis boil-  norm rat h rr  than the excep- invalid  lower 80s  C. R. Weather  High Friday ...........  74    mann. Tuesday at 1:30 at ed 19 stereo tapes valued at $124! Glenn Bender. Burial: Memorl-  Low overnight    .....68    Lutheran    church.;taken from his car while it was a1 cemetery in Ottumwa.  Noon Saturday . ........... 74 K v“Tatfon““t" y ’ 7^ 3S P»rked at the Cedar Rapids Friends may call at Turner cast  Rainfall ....................1.92{sunday at Witt’s.    Roller Drome, highway 30 W. after I p.m. Sunday and until  Total for August ........... 4.31    Tama    -    Mrs.    Joe    Chy    ma,    Ti    I    *    *    *    11:30 am. Monday. The casket Anaerson men ioia inc M CrC y hospital and released. I " d  ^pniVspnTatives of^hous- Detectives K e n n e t h Millsap.  Normal for August ........ 2.97    Pending at Mason-Hand’s.    Roses — $2.50 a dozen, cash will not be opened after the ser-jyoungsters and others in the Richardson was a passenger in  inp  industrv in OHar RaniHs Donald Rosdail. Robert Man-  Normal through August .. 23.16 ArlinxtoD _ George Bassett and carn'. 4 Seasons Florists, vice.    crowd    to    look down the valley  Hrd i icka ' s car     *    •    L    deli-    chester, and Darwin Ammeter.  *TWni fAr 1Q74    15 Rn  73 ' Sundav at 2 at United 3028 Mount Vernon Road—Adv      toward    the    little    cottage    where    *    *    *    in    nis iaiK prepared tor aeu    Wallace  lotal tor 1974 ............. 35 80  Methodist church. Burial: Cass    *    *    *    VICR L    Hoover    was born “This is /,. L     .    •    .  ie  very, Culver said the shortages  Assl ol ' c ^ Chiel Wallate  Barometer, rising .........29.87    township cemetery. Strawberry    ^    *  D . .    .    Viola E. Beecher ho®*i was Dom. iras k |bree persons injured at 1:15  woujd  « impose heavy burden  Johnson is charged with perjury  Humidity at noon ......... 90%    Point. Oleim-S. ''    Tttpes Taken - Dan Richard-| Viola E Beecher, 85, of Cedar|"i e  (  re „ (  ,V I r ,„ H00Ver    the ,a    m. Saturday in a two-car colli-  on the indu ; try and also on  and obstruction of justice.  bless this 100th anniversary ccr-'jevard NW, collided. Linn depu-jR 0n          r     Indicted    for conspiracy, perju-  emonv.”    |ties charged Hrdlicka with fail- ^  meetinK vvas  attended by  r >’<  a nd obstruction of justice  book Down Valiev    ure to yield half of th* roadway. I  Dg|e     Bryant    director    of the'* ere Ced ar    Rapids Safety Com-  \ ode r son then told    Ihe    ..”. rd  ll.'n 5     ,r f 3t * d . 31 c «<ar Rapids    housing    office, I ^ si .® ne . r .    SWi^ck.and  Roses - $2.50 a dozen, cash | will not be opened after Ihe    ser-j youngsters and others in    mcrtardson was a passenger  Wind direction and velocity at;  Np w Vienna—• Laurence wi sui,, m,    >"<w     r, ‘’    Rapids    route    I.    died    Friday  _  c  . „     J     Westhoff.    70. Monday at 10:30 f * day reported 26 music tapes ,/    ..    „    „    ...     cu '    —    -i— — •— ----- ------- avenue  noon, Sat 8 mph    at St. Boniface’s. Visitation  va j ued at  jj 82  taken from his     a     ,    ni that    han ^     over    us    we    are    re *    treated  Sun rises Sunday, 6:10; sun after 6 Ikn^turtjr ,t,  whj|  ,  parkfd in the  w* born Apr,I 29. 1689. -sets, 8:13.    ;    Kramer    sjn Dyersville, inste.d| 7nil     iGreenville, Tenn  sion at the intersection of Third  those least able to cope with  “In spite of the dark clouds  avenue and  Fifth stree t  SE werel m nZ"Vt increases -at hang over us we are re- treated at Merev hosDital and  laflal  ® nar > ^ ost  ^creases  in ;minded of the great religious.released     e     elderly,    the    poor,    and    those  on fixed incomes.”  low. 65; rainfall, .09.  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stases in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 5.4, rise .1 Lansing (18) 8.8, no change  —Text—  (Continued from Page I.) openness and candor with full  Ethel Sat- Open after resurfacing Sat. " ‘  v  * ‘ ’ ,™“; ■“‘’"TV,  a it a b I i s h i n g freedom in this j^e Boley 36 of 2IM8 F avenue  ,he  P rn ale SPC,or  *”*[  on  un™*-: confidence that honesty ts terthwaite, 79. Monday at 1:30,  A ' , ftth 12 n00n May *  city  brother. Burton Mercer. Cedar ,     r "' e ' n     Jj    f M ”     r    a     ™' ponstve governmental economic  a | w , y ,  best  poije,.  in  y,,  United Methodist -hurch. Zding Lanes-Tdv     Ra P ids :     thrw  frandchildren „ Ho  y   fitli „ g  „ „ ,od ay  when    ° f iPolicy.    He also saidI the housing  fnd .  Buna.: Greenwood cemetery.    .    and    four    oreat-crandchildren.  honor  ^  dedlcatlon js  ques-    c*,"    i s R u< ‘ ez <‘     W,H  P rovid « an early  My  f e] | ow  Americans, our  ,    of after 6 Sunday as reported 1 70(1 block of Ellis boulevard NW. J'*    ‘T*''''    ^heritage    that    so    many    like    PoR^     said    tbe     collision    in-.     r ..i v< » r     i ai j     thp     hlamo    no)    an  Year Ago Today - High. 8/; earlier.    *    *    *    ..    .    V    l/LJL    "l-”!    „    Hoover    possessed    in    helping    «*s-     voived    cars    dr i V pn    bv    Sandra     Cu,ver    lt,ld    ,he    blame    n<)t    00   West Liberty  cemetery,! Muscatine. Snider’s.  Anamosa William Willard  Wvn-'OS- R rA ch f>barw»l -vt 1(1 .    --------.—, .    .     1>1,s     roiey    sunercu    a    scalp  Auto Rallies — Iowa region of ^ ^ Monday Burial C^dar^-* 000 ^ | bat    remei y iber  laceration. Allen s injuries were  a man like Herbert Hoover.  Mrs. Foley suffered a scalp l tea t of the new administration.  •President Ford has been: Our Constitulion works; our  long national nightmare is over.  not determined.  Dam 9 (18) 13.9. no change Dayhoff, 67. Monday at 1:30, the sports car club of America,. *. .  McGregor (18) 7.3. no change iGoettsch’s. where friends may  wd |  ra jj„  a , 7    Saturday     Pia     ^ r,ends    ma y     caB   Guttenberg (15) 4.9. rise .I ! call after I Sunday.    .    c,,„A n „  k „ nmK ;_ n  ‘ the chapel Sunday.  Dubuque (17) 8.L rise.I    Montirello    -Hazel Wilkins  ! n00n Sunday    at     __ .     f 4 .    ....    ,    ..  Davenport (15) 5.4, rise .5    80. Monday at 11 Goettsch’s. Lindale north lot.    -ic*     e    v0lces    the chddr ^ n s  was a passenger in his car. suf-  Keokuk (16) 4.9, rise 1.3    Chelsea    — Tillie Riha, 9ft.I    *    *    *    Hu^^FoiriLt     ,h T° Ugh th ^  va,1ey  fered pains in her right shoulder  . Tuesday at 2, Hrabak’s-Burial:, Dr Zmcos Chiropractic Office'    ”    at    PhTftP    ’of     au 8 m enting    the peaceful sui- a charge of driving through a  iAiil .    ... ..  Proci/ ; on . .  Cedar at C.R. ,13) A IS. ria,  Nstlona , cemetery. Vining, clotted Aug. 15 lo 19. Orthopedic Memories by the Rev, John P roundings.    stop    sign    was    filed    against Mrs, ™ /I J an ft ? < "" S  «> ly  r'8bteousn«» bu,  • 40     Vinton—-    Mrs. Felix Tick- and X-Ray Seminar.-Adv. Woods of Westminster Presby-! As the wreaths were laid on  Fo i ey .    !°^ ar(l     .  ,ove< not on, V J ust,c e but mercy.  Fires    worth, 60. White-Phillips.    *    *    *    terian    church.    Burial:    Cedar    the    grave    a violinist played the    *    *    *    r    rom    what    I    hate    seen bere.  wp  bind up the internal  It indeed    seemed    appropriate.     sbeda    Allen    28    who    Hves    at     duoted as I*!»    “'“'J"    Rreat republic is    a government  After days    of    national    anxiety     thp     „ me    addrpv c     as     a    lion    and     channelin S  of    crodlt    in, °     fhe     of laws and not    of men. Here  - ■     lhe     housing sector    that I    have    ad-     the  people rule.    But there is a  located. Culver said.    higher power,    by whatever  He said he believes congress ; name we honor Hinit  ^  or .  2:47 p m. Friday. Children Bennett — Ida Von Roden. Warehouse Entered - George Memorial.  --- r    |     Q     .     VInnHay       —     o-    Stephen Foster of Hoover's william Scott Galbraith. 14. of  thePe    WlU     ° F    al ! ll,t  l  y     wounds    of    Watergate,    more  KW     a!     a?'    139    P d ace    Cfmrch Christ A. S v o h o d a . 1025 Twenty-     _ oi _ ru” ~~A    h" Tt”'  3611 rtrtMf    NE ‘    *» s     Ire oronde'd "    P* inful    and m0re  P° ison<>us lhan   5:02 nm Fridav Investigate United where friends may call seventh street, Marion. Friday Man, 21, Charged lowed by the playing of laps  re | eased Fn day from St. Luke's  p     those    of foreign wars, let us resmoke odor at 698 Fifty-eighth after 9:30 Monday. Sheets and reported four or five cases of With Damaqinq Car  and ,ben ,he crovvd  proceed^ hospital after he .suffered a back    ,    store    the Golden Rule to our po-  courtSW    Som.    Tipton.    antifreeze    valued    at    about    $120    .    back toward the library area, to i n j ury  Thursday when the bi- Sentence Women in Iitical process, and let brotherly  6:43 p.m. Fnda\ Short in • P nnR  > \ 1 p     ’'    taken    from    a    warehouse    at    2930    Steven    Erlacher,    2!.    of    14.16    await afternoon ceremonies. cycle he was riding and a car Mail Order Fraud * ove  P ur £ e our  hearts of suspi-  Sons, Tipton.   ______   i n     Springville — Bruce H. Ful-|  television set arifio5 Fifteenth ton. 70. Monday at 10:30. Mur- :  street SF.    doch’s in Marion where friends First avenue NE  6:53 p.m. Friday. Mistaken may cal! after 9 Sunday,    *    *  alarm at 1256 Eighteenth ave- Burial; Cedar Memorial. Cedar  Fa jj  nue SW.  7:42 p.m. Friday. Short in television set at 1931 Washington avenue SE.  9:23 p.m. Friday. Flush gasoline at accident at. Twenty-seventh avenue and Bowling street SW'.  Rapids.  Hiss Sees "New  Bever avenue SE, was charged Friday with injury’ to a vehicle, opening Monday 10:30 Erlacher allegedly threw a A M Rose’s Candle NicheJ^ 0 ^ 6  which broke fhe wind-Marion.—Adv    shield    in a car parked in the  * * *    3400    block    of    .Alt.    Vernon    road  Man Arrested  collided.  The accident happened at  Tw0  Waterloo women pled 10:05 p.m. Thursday    at the    in-    8 udt y  m  Cedar Rapids federal  5850    Buralarv    tersection of P’ortv-second street     court  Thursday to mail fraud in  '    and Golf street NE    connection with an alleged at-  Kevin S. Morgan, 18,    of 86 Six-;    police said a car    driven    by    tempt to order merchandise  cion and of hate.  p    f    I ,• ii Selling S. E. Beauty shop. ^^  Thp car  was owned by Mike  )e onth avenue SW, was charged D av ,d Gregory. 24. 1058 Regent  from  the Spiegel mail order  era Of Justice good established business. 363- kappas, 281 Fifteenth street Thursday with breaking and en- street NE. was eastbound on company without paying for it.  PARIS (APt  — Alger Hiss, 5818  7:43 a m. Saturday. Short in whom Richard Nixon helped grinder at 1120 Twelfth avenue  §end to pnson jn   9:09 a rn. Saturday. Air-e-vac  S P. V case  25 years  Adv  * *  NW.    Itering.  Police in the area stopped a Morgan allegedly took  at airport.  i a sensational Groceries delivered every day  car  * n  which Erlacher was rid- stereo set valued at $850 from bound on Forty-second street. >' ear  probation, ars ago. said except Sunday. Nelson’s ‘ Oro-  tn S  af,er  hearing the sound of  the  Kenneth Vine residence. Gregory was charged with fail-!  Kath enne N( Nixon resigna- eery and Meats. 362-3189 -Adv. breaking glass. Officers re- 1333 A avenue NE. on Tuesday ure to stop for a stop sign     t0    four   Pajama-Clad Ford  Seeks Newspaper  ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP)  President Ford appeared baby blue pajamas Saturday to Riviera start his first full dav as Chief  Fridav that the  .....  .      -    -    .    ...    „    .    ,    .  Hon may ope,, “a new era of    *    *    *     le ’ , ' , ‘ d     J h , e     " CCU , pants '     a  bul    ar ‘    or Wednesday.  justice in our country.”    See    Women's    World    in    Class!,    rested    Erlacher later when they Bond was set at $5,000 and  The Hiss case brought Nixon lied. Patterns, Needlecraft, discovered the damaged car. Morgan was taken to the county his first national publicity.    Sewing    Machines,    etr. It hap-    ~    _    ~    jail.  Hlsn, who lives in New York pens e\ery day!—Ads.    Two    Persons Charged  in is vacationing on the French    *    *    »     wj ,h    Drunk    Driving    Possible    Brake  Tapes Missing — Edmond VV.     a   Trenkamp, 1035 Thirtieth street. Two persons were charged!    Defect Is Cited  Marion, Saturday reported 20 I* riday with drunk driving music tapes valued at $130 Terry Allen Cook. 21, no I* LINT, Mich  Peruvian Magazine  He poked his head out the     9   door of his clapboard suburban  Washington    home just    after    j  dawn and looked down the steps  z j ne    for j! is m0r ning newspajser. ItJ 0 f insulting President Juan hadji t arrived yet.    'Velasco’s military regime, was  About half an hour later he  ord e r ed reopened Thursday, peeked out    again and it    still    Closing    of    the    magazine,    high-  hadn t arrived    j y  ^pyjar in Latin America.!     r     .  Shelley Deming. 14. the paper  raised a  fyroj. both in Peru and “ ~ girl. delivered the President’s  abroad   Even Velasco support Washington    Post at 6:45    a m,L rs     criticized    the    measure.  She handed    the paper to    a se-__ _  (UPI  (len  in the beginning I asked you to pray for me. Before closing I again ask your prayers for Richard Nixon and for his family,  May our former President,  Golf street when it collided with Gladts Roby, 32. pled guilty to **o brought peace to millions.  a the bicycle, which was south-  one CTunt  and was put on one ' ln<1  " for himself. May God  ‘ in.    bless and comfort his wonderful  Newman, 26, pled  w ‘^e and daughters whose love counts and was  and  loyalty will forever be a sentenced to one year imprison- j shining legacy to all who bear & I LAC\ TL Ii.*    ment    on each. The sentences  lb e lonely    burdens of the White  J I ,64U I h6Tt in    were suspended, however, and House.  Cn n I she was placed on two years' J  ca n only guess at those bur-.i\. DUrCjldry probation.    dens, although I have witnessed  Fred W. Todd. 1529 A avenue-- at close  band the tragedies that  NE. Thursday reported items Enates Lodae Teams betell three Presidents and the valued at $1,640 taken in a  A K , .    .     lesser trials of oth ers.  breakin at his residence    ^ re     National Champs    “Very    Best    I    Can”  I he items included three shot- The men s ritual and escort With all the strength and all  Going Out of Business! The with failure to have his vehicle  rea r brake pipe that could re-Folks and Uncle Leonard,[under control    auk in a loss of the rear brakes    vi ■vfwv wuremvm    countless    Americans    I    have en-  Marion Selling out entire stock Gook was released on $1,000 Ihe loss will bo signaled to W ASH I NOTO N (AP) — The ritual and escort teams countered in recent visits to 40 all week; auction Sat Aug. 17th, bond    the driver bv the brake warning Former President Nixons re-  werp  participating in class “C” states. I now solemnly reaffirm  £  A     herm An tho mein imani nunol a I ac I mr, nnmmiit>« Un«.  -------  1     ___ ... .    "    "-nutt tit  * * *    Mary    Reid.  Notice: All City Brief Adver- land boules tisements must he in The (ia- ed a? 9 49 p rn  «77«; finn Colilcmnnl     nal 0rder of     Eagles in    Milwau-    me.    and with the goodwill of the  ai to,uuu deTTiemeni  Allp 2     mmti***    i    h-------  VV ASH I NG TON i AP i -J  .... ------ _          „    . -rmer President Nixons re-  werp  panicipaung in class l siaies, I now solemnly re  light on tho instrument    panel    election committee has agreed    competition Thev also    look fifth    mv    promi.se I made to you last  •id.    43.    of 2*16    Fruit-     bv a "    increase in brake    pedal    to pay the Democratic national     p | acp in  , be     p^rark-    Dec    6: to uphold the Conatitu-  yard    SW    was arrest-     travcl    and m  normal stopping    convention $775,000 in settle-    'n*  ( ’ edar    Hapjds    a   Friday in the  distance -  Rapids auxiliary tion, to do what is right as God  cret service agent who in turn ...    $  D     ,  knocked on the door and gave it Watches Reported  zette Classified (Mike by 10:15 2600 block of Bowling street SW  a m day cf publication. (ll a m. Police also charged her with $300 Fine Imposed  ment of a civil suit arising from  dr j|j  and  ritual teams won sec- gives me to sec the right, and to the Watergate break in, the  (>nd p j ace  j n c | ass  >  C ompeti- do the very best I ran for Democrats say.  Stolen from Store  Jor  Sunday). Dial 388-8234. failure to carry and display a  — Adv.    J valid Iowa driver’s license and  Watches valued at $379 have    * a    *    failure    to    have her vehicle un-  deliverv rn macer  6000 repor,pd taken from two     Fred C.    Fisher    Jr.,    Allen    T.    der    control  „     8     display cases in a breakin at G yarowsky, William D. Martin,! Mrs  & R Drug Co. 1209 Fourth ave-  and  john ll. Ehrhart. announce $625    bond  nue SE.    they have    moved    their law    of-  The 47 watches were reported    flee from 415 Granby    Building  missing Thursday bv Joseph G. to 4»o Paramount Building. -Gatto, 359 Thirty-first street SFL Adv.  who operates the business i    ...................  to the President .Shelley told reporters she was sorry about being late but the circulation  for her territory was late Thf (ffdnr JRupul i $;tjf44f  Estobliihed In HU by The Coiffe Co ann pubHthed dolly ond Sunday ot 500 Third ave SE. Cedar Rooid$ io**a 52406 Second cl"** pottage paid ot Ceoor Rapids, I two  For Drunk Driving Suspends Ehriichman  Richard Henry Bartling. 119 OLYMPIA. Wash. (UPI) — I ifth street NW, pled guilty in The state supreme court Friday Reid was released on  ma K*strate’s court lo an April ll suspended John Flhrlichman charge of drunk driving He was from law practice because of tined $300 and costs.  his conspiracy conviction  place in class “A” compete do the very best I can for tion,    America.  The Scarlet Angels drill team God helping me, I will not let placed fourth in jvarade youth you down groups competition    Thank    you  When you run a classified ad , . . plan on being home to answer your telephone!  Subicr.ptioo rote* by eorrl*r 95 < *nt* o •'•tx By moil. Night Edition nod Sunday 6 issue* 13 75 a month, 139.00 a yeor At ♦•moon Editions and Sunday J issues 13 IS a month. SAO OO o yeor Other states ond U S territories 560 OO a veer No Mon Subscriptions accepted In oreos hovtng Codette cornier service.  Wallace Home  MONTGOMERY. 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