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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                DEATHS The Odar Mon.. Aueust 26, 1974 Hazel Johnson Dies After Sudden Illness Hazel K. Johnson, 88, of 2430 Light Power K avenue .NW, died Monday M- Co announccd a owing a sudden illness. porarv shutdown at the Duanc iJwni June 4. JftWi. in she had liv.rd hen- ail Anwlu Nuclear Plant Test Reveals Compromise Proposal Calls Steam Leakage for Fighter Overtime Cedar Kapds fire lighters aiiead of time and worked on a in a n a i n g it-coimiitiidaliuiis may be working overtime again rotation basis while .staying within the budget, soon, for the firs! time on a rog- The third type is unscheduled sieinbpck recommended the ular basis since June medieal leave, an eni- lif Cedar Her family arrived in auids in Hie 1840s, had The nuclear plant That's the recommendation in sick be was shut made by Safely Commi3sior.fr replaced extensive landholdings in the Tuesday for inspec-'Jamt'sl the city The fire fighters asked for for the nd third tvnes of over- area and had been prominent in business affairs. Among other ident of the Windsor hotel. automatic sy.s There ;ire no immediate council, in response to renewed time and one-half pav lion and repair of minor su-am by fjmm.n leaks from relief valves in the .seconn ovcrMiw- cause of a manpower shortage enough in tlw fii-ii -rt.rn.nt if Ihn llle fil( department if the in the vivors Services: Turner chapel west Hev. Alvon Nelso therai) church. Bu Kriends may c; :west until 10 a. u ;Thc casket will after the service. SHOWS RS The plant was in the process is to meet recom- f starting up following the sue- mended minimum manning re- The rccommen- for three men on ,when the leaks were detected. equipment at Turner I'lant was then shut dov.n to the valves, which Compromise Wednesday at a.m. by completion of a required 'juirements. Hev. Alvon Nelson of First tost. His recommendation Monday is an apparent compromise, de- found in the signed to meet the minimum budget. fire iighters be paid time and one-half for the scheduled over- time, but no! for the unsched- uled overtime. He said that will let the de- partment return to full man- power on each piece ment. It will cost an for ihc- remainder of the year, he .said. Steinbeck said the money can general salary June been UM FQtOCAST Kain is expected Monday night in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisi- ana and parts of the lower lakes as well as in most of Florida. Clear to partly cloudy else- where. The Weather Hiqh temperajwes Sunday, low u-m- Deriilurc-i overnight and inches oi pre- ciDitation: Anchorage 55 49 L. Anqeles 75 63 Atlanta ..6B69 Miami ..8B7S.19 Bismarck 88 45 Mln'aoolis U Chicago ..7770 N. Orleans 8371.03 Denver aa 55 New York 84 78 Duluth .7854 .95 Phoenix 10578 Honolulu ..9071 Seattle 11953 Houston 81 74 1.18 Washington 87 75 C. R. Weather High Sunday .................77 Low overnight ...............72 Noon Monday............... 85 2 p.m. Monday ..............89 Precipitation..............None Total for August ............7.26 Normal for August.........2.97 Normal through August ...23.16 Total for 1974..............38.75 Barometer, falling.........29.97 Humidity at noon ..........72% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., WSW at 15 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 92; low 73; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy 74-45 Chicago .........PtCldy 84-62 Cincinnati.......Tshwrs 87-64 Cleveland .......Tshwrs 82-60 Des Moines......PtCldy 82-58 thernn rhiirt'h. Boimenkamp's, Manchester. Independence 13 o r f o r d "Pud" IIIK, 70. Wednesday ;it While's, where will be military nK'inorud services Tuesday at o. Sisourney Donald W. Gre- a.m. Sunday. False1 gory, 74. Tuesday at 2, Holm's, alarm at 817 II avenue NW. Toledo Hiram Hill, a.m. Sunday. Grease on i Henderson's, stove at 200 First avenue NE. Fires Hugh F. Phelps HughF. Phelps, 87, of 508 Sec- ond avenue SW, died Sunday after a long illness. Horn Nov. 15, 1886, in Holdridge, Neb., he was married to Irene Fry Feb. 1, 1912, at East Moline, 111. He was a member of -St. Pa- trick's Catholic church, National Assn. of Retired Railway Em- ployes, Union of Brotherhood of Engineers Division 159 and the Knights of Colum- i some equipment has Wednesd-iv which are ltt" firemen, in the 'K 'Wl hut which does I containment of the UAEC 1 ty. The leakage W.-LS confined to Change June 1 the containment, which enclose.' lot qualify the city for optimum fire insurance ratings Birth Control Plans Not Enough: Rooky's Brother HlX'HAliKST, Romania iAP) His speech reflected the view- the reactor -md noses no r K'i- 'T'' 'Joh" noekeMler 111 said'pomt voiced at this conference the reactor, .md posts iw when bjrth programsiby mombers flf (hc ;h to solve popu-j World and Socialist countries, iblems but must conference has attracted and social experts from 141 countries. !They Ind been receiving time- PmClM' Rockefeller said modern de- !and one-half for 12 hours of a 24-: Bucharest with should emphasize [hour overtime shift and straight "rgent ca" for.a Prob- an equitable distribution of the Itime for the other 12 hours. a" that hasjfruits of progress. been done in the population He said in an interdependent ,tKin ol overtime, came when hirth ard to employes or the public, A.ssn ol 11. officials said. Repairs to Kj M ,0 rpfusc ,0, c.nnu valves have been comple ,d P "Wuii and the plant was expected for overtime. hrt h.w, n Ml.llf Ut L1O >IIILIU. be back in operation Monday. WHIiamsburff Thomas E. !bns. He was a retired employe p.m. Sunday. Gas flush Lewis, 98. Tuesday at 2, Jones', Of tne Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls .Tshwrs 85-56 ..Tshwrs 85-63 ...Tshwrs 85-63 PtCldy 7B-57 -Fair 72-50 PtCldy 83-56 Tshwrs 87-63 PtCldy 78-5! Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.0, rise .3 Lansing (18) 8.0, no change Dam 9 (18) 12.6, fall .7 McGregor (18) 6.8. fall .4 Guttenberg (15) 4.0, fall .9 Dubuque (17) 7.8, fall .5 Davenport (15) 5.6, rise .1 Keokuk (16) 4.3, rise .3 Cedar fall .01 at C.R. (13) 3.73 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday .....692.63 Births Mercy Auff. 24 the families of Charles Bildstein, 229 Broad- more road NW, a son; Wayne Struchen, Marion, 295 Fifth daughter; Richard Ruble, 1811 Eighth avenue SE, a daughter; Leo Coleman, Cog- gon, a daughter. Aug. 25 To the families of Virgil Ashley, 220 Sixth ave- nue, Marion, a daughter; Dennis McKcnna, 1054 Thirty- fourth street NE. a son. Births St. Luke's Aiiff. 25 To the families of Darrel Obadal, 2025 J street SW, a daughter: David L. Staab, 165 Broadmore road NW, a daughter; John W. Hil- senbeck, 855 West Ninth ave- nue, Marion, a son; Edwin Wendel, Watkins, a son; Robert L. Kuk, 2326 Victoria drive SW, a daughter; Jon Volz, 6041 Twelfth avenue SW, a daugh- ter. Out ot Town Births At Anamosa Mr. and Mr.s. Paul Knoll, a daughter Aug. 26. Mrs. Knoll is the daughter of Ihe William Hoffmans. 1713 Twentieth street NW. Paul is Ihe son of the Richard Knolls Thirty-first street NW. Marriage Licenses S h c r r i c Fairwcnthcr and T h o m n s Dvorak, Sand r a Wennclt and Darold Dclamatcr. Wendy Kimm and Douglas Cox. Alberta Johnson and John Kccgan, Margaret Baird and Kay Bell, Betty Perry and Robert Hwchla. Daisy Ostrom and Joseph Horsky, nil of Cedar Rapids. Norma Nye and -lack Spaniiler, both of Ander- son, Incl. Beverly Krapfl, Cedar Rapids, and Philip Boots, Mc- cbanicsville. Marcella Golem- at Cedar Rapids airport. p.m. Sunday. Overheated wheel bearing at 3325 John- son avenue NW. p.m. Sunday. Short in wiring in radio at 724 Knoll street SE. p.m. Sunday. Short in wiring in front of 1810 A street SW. Magistrate's Court Speeding Kenneth Dreh- man, Geneseo, 111.; David Walters, Alburnett; each fined and costs. Jeffrey Sindelar, 2718 E avenue NW; Glen Clark, 3706 F avenue NE; Steven Sweet, 1414 Oakland road NE; each fined 535 and costs. Brian Godwin, 1972 Second av- enue SE; Ronald Wendt, Ana- mosa; Michael Spegal, Sigour- ney; Harlan Witte, 3812 Mt. Vernon road SE; Roger Kar- rick, 2020 Glass road NE; Ken- neth Newell, 1907 First avenue NE; Steven Fish, 2375 Twenty-sixth street, Marion; John Wagner, Atkins; John Christiansen, 1729 Meadowdale drive NW; Deborah Posusta, 4739 F avenue NE; John Yates, 400 Twenty-ninth street NW; Terry Merta, route three, Cedar Rapids; each fined S30 and costs. Martha R o b i d o u, 3746 F avenue NE; Joyce Kane, route one, Marion; Bruce Wilcox, 144 Bever avenue SE; Joe Buresh, Anamosa; Robert Klein, 1410 Clifton road NE; Thomas Jed- licka, 1800 McGowan boule- vard, Marion; Larry Sievertsen, 1669 Twentieth street NW; Cherrie dimming, 814 L street SW: Dennis VanTomme, 4204 Culver street NE; Bradley Vin- cent, 5310 Gordon avenue NE Kevin Dawson, 1208 Oakland road NE; each fined and costs. Resisting an officer Tom Evans, 115 Fifth avenue SW; fined S25 and costs. Meter violation Cathy Hastings, 1214 Thirty-sixth street SE; fined S97.50 and costs. Jane Hall, Victor; fined and costs. Improper passing Carol Hatfield, Donnellson; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Howard Podgett, Central City; fined and costs. Stopping on highway Dan- iel Gardner, 2044 North Towne court NE; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation James Coleman, Swisher; Lil- 115 Twenty- SB; Tellena where friends may call after Monday. railroad, Won't Rule Self Out For President SEAL HARBOR, Maine (Fire fighters work a 56-hour week iule land 24 hours off dutv for six i based on a 28-day schcd-'field'" Rockefcller told the "the internal task of the nations is to having worked 48 years before! retirement Nc'son Rockefeller refuses then have days off being held with after 4 Tuesday. Kalona Jacob P. Miller, 93. Tuesday at 2, Mcnnonite church. Powell's. McGregor David N. Olm- tead, 84. Tuesday at Jiard United Methodist church. Schultz', Mouona. 79. Tuesday at Jnited Methodist church. Kreussel-Fawcett. Vinton William Brody, 85. Tuesday at 2, White-Phillips. A memorial fund has been es- tablished. Walker Donald McKee, 77. Wednesday at Walker Bible church. Burial at Troy Mills. Friends may call at Mur- doch's after noon Tuesday. Montieello Anna Reimers, 88. Wednesday at First Presbyterian church. Goet- tsch's. lian Chalupsky, fourth avenue Snake, 1615 Park Towne place NE; each fined and costs. Richard Powell, 830 Twenty- fifth street NE; fined and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Mark Ramsey, Springvillc fined and costs. Driver's license violation Rick Rasmusscn, 2568 Fifth av- enue, Marion; fined am" costs. Curtis VanGorp, 3747 Kencrcst drive NE: fined and costs. Arthur Rogers. 404 Fourteenth street SE; fined and costs. Disturbing the peace Dor Burrows. 1040 Clifton street NE; fined and costs. Right-of-way violation Richard Carlyle, 1635 Tenth street NW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Manchester Morris W Hir.es, 70. Wednesday at Shclly's. Marciigo LaVoy Thornton Hoover-Valentine's. Graveside at Thursday, Thorntor cemetery. Van Meter. Visitation hicwski, Cedar Thomas Urban, Meyers, Meye Rapids, Marion. and Rita Marion, and Thomas Bremerton, Wash. after noon Tuesday. Keystone Blanche Srhcn- Witliamsburg Mrs. Luther (ones, 95. Wednesday at Surviving in addition to his Jones', where friends may call wjfe are three sons, Hugh V. and Thomas Carroll, both of Cedar Rapids, and Leo E. of Center Tuftomboro, N.H.; three daughters, Mrs. T.R. Cobb, Salem, Va., Mrs. William Ro- binson, Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Roldo Fonteyne, Silvis, 111.; 26 :oncede that his acceptance of he vice-presidential nomination at 66 has ended his long quest or the presidency, citing world caders who governed in their 'Os and 80s. But President Ford's vice- Anamosa James F. May, randchildren 24 ffreat- 91. Wednesday at g d n a c n 1 1 a r e n gredi oettsch's, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. Lamont Charles Bigelow, Grace grandchildren. Services: St. Patrick's Catho- ic church Wednesday at a.m. by the Rev. Carl Ries. Burial: St. Patrick's cemetery, 'airfax. Rosary by the Knights of Columbus Tuesday at p.m. with a vigil prayer service at p.m. by the parish at the Teahen funeral home where 'riends may call Tuesday from 2 to 9 p.m. McCarthy May Make 1976 Bid CHICAGO (AP) Former Sen. Eugene McCarthy (D- Winn.) says he may be a candi- date for President in 1976 on an ndependent ticket backed by the Committee For a Constitu- tional Presidency. McCarthy said Sunday that he Washington-based group is an outgrowth of the 1968 Demo- cratic national convention, at which he lost a bid for the pre- sidential nomination to Hubert Humphrey. McCarthy said erosion of con- stitutional limits on .the presi- dency and failure of either the Democratic or Republican party to adequately represent the people were two of the primary reasons for formation of the new organization. ken. 80. Wednesday at SI John's Lutheran church Friends may call at Fellmet's after 1 p.m. Tuesday. Aurora Emmett Randall. 83. Brant-Kern, Oclwein. Little Turkey Albert Jarosh. 79. Wednesday at 11, Assumption Catholic church. Nalilt's, Spillville. Klgin Adelia Work Stoppage By Miners Ends CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) The United Mine Workers ion's five-day work stopage has ended, leaving many firms with dwindled stockpiles of coal and the union in a better bar- gaining position in the upcoming contract negotiations-. The national stoppage, callec as a memorial to victims of mine accidents and black lung disease, cost the nation aboul nine million Ions of fuel, in- dustry spokesmen estimated. Rut UMW President Arnold Miller said the stoppage "was effective in creating an aware- ness of the general public, congress, regulatory agencies and or new presidcnl" of miner problems. He told a miners' rally at Harliin, Ky., that the stoppage had generated so much national attention that it would be "hope- fully Ihe last time we'll have to call a memorial period." Everett C. Hass Everett Charles Hass, 50, of 1501 NE, died Sunday at of Iowa hospitals after a brief illness. He was born March 13, 1924, in Linn county. He was marriec ;o Lena Mae Coleman in 1947 in Wisconsin. He had teen a heavy equipment operator, and was a member of local 234, operating engineers. Surviving are six daughters Brenda Meyers, Pam Oakley, Mary Beth and Sheila, all of Cedar Rapids; Elaine Pudans, Des Moines; and Sherril Black Spokane, Wash.; his mother Marie Hass, Lisbon; and two brothers, Donald C., Walford; and Burnell, Clinton; and six grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Wednesdaj at the Morgan funeral home Lisbon, by the Rev. Robert Fer- ring of St. John's Catholic church, Mt. Vernon. Burial: Lis- aon cemetery. Friends may cal at Morgan's after 2 p.m. Tues- day. Leslie N. Whitson Leslie N. Whitson, 53, of 1021 First street SE, died Saturdaj evening in a Cedar Rapids hos- pital. Mr. Whitson was an engineer at the Roosevelt hotel. He four brothers and a sister. Services at 1 p.m. Tuesday a the Downs-Theulen f u n e r a home in Albia. Beatty-Beurle chapel is in charge of Cedar Rapids arrangements. Hcn'a Mi'Kinrcy, Marion, and 'Muehlcthi'iler's. Hichard Mo. Springfield, Carl Ahrens, 71! Send a bit of cheer with a bouquet from 4 Seasons 30IIKI lnitiH Ifenfasies from our skilled arllilt PIERSOM'S "S" 1800 11 1 IS 111 VII. NW n.owuii'iioNi-. Ifl YEARS AGO Pope Paul 'I, in a peace appeal recalling Gets New Heart, Lives Six Years worked during the regular three days off.) Actually, there are three types of overtime worked at the in conjunctionjstabilizc their own populations World tnejr jeveis Of a sensible and iresidential nominee told news conference at his summer lome Friday that political spec- ulation about 1976 and 1980 is 'totally irrelevant" in view of he tremendous problems facing the nation. When a reporter asked if he bought he would be too old to run for President at 72 in 1980, when Ford would be ineligible, Rockefeller replied, "Did you ever know Golda Meir? Konrad Adenauer? I knew them well. Great people." Mrs. Meir resigned as Israeli premier at 75, while Adenauer was West German chancellor into his 80s. Rockefeller's aides have said he would not challenge Ford in 1976. The oldest man elected Pres- ident was William Henry Har- rison, who took office at 68 in 1841 and died a month later. Dwight Eisenhower was the ol- dest to serve in the office, leav- ing at 70. fire department, when extra men for emergencies, ceive time and those calls. The first is are called in and they re- one-half for Medical Leaves The second is to make up for absences due to vacations or prescheduled medical leave That overtime is schedulec --Iowa Electric- (Continued from Page 1.) the quality of service our cus- tomers deserve." Million Iowa Electric's application re- quests an increase in annual electric revenues totaling million rather than the mil- lion requested in April. The ap- plication does not, however, ask that full collections be made on the basis of the million fig- ure. It requests collections on the basis of million annual- In May, the commission granted permission for collec- tion of million of that million. Monday the company asked permission to collect on the basis of the additional million, effective Sept. 26. 1974, and subject to refund, with in- terest, pi nation by the commerce com- mission. The the company would result in an increase of 8.58 percent, or per monlh. for an average resi- dential customer using 584 kilo- watt-hours per month. The amendment would in- Court Grand Jury To Hear Charge of Larceny Martha Clark, no address, was bound! over to the grand jury following a preliminary learing in magistrate's court on a charge of larceny. She is charged with taking goods from the Me Too store, 1420 Mt. Vernon road' SE, on June 27. ly planning alone is not ade- quate." He also stressed the need for women to "pursue roles in addition to that of mother- hood." Rockefeller, 68, and the eldest brother of Vice-president desig- nate Nelson Rockefeller, has for years been one of the world's leading advocates of family planning. He donated millions of dollars toward population re- search and is founder and chair- man of the Population Council, a private U.S. organization funded largely by the Rocke- feller and Ford Foundations. He said the motivation to use "'Icontraceptive services "is besl stimulated by hope that living conditions and opportunities wil improve." (Continued from Page quickly delivered by separate Man Is Bound Over To Linn Grand Jury Gifford' Grottier, no address, was bound over to the grand jury following preliminary hear- ngs in magistrate's court on charges of assault with intent to do great bodily injury and rob- bery with aggravation. He is charged with assaulting Jackie Hansel June 28 and rob- bing John Wharton May 23. Man Pleads Guilty To Assault Charge Larry Malloy, 329% Twelfth avenue SE, pled guilty Friday in magistrate's court to a charge of assault and battery and was fined and costs. He was charged with assault- ling Debbie Brecht Aug. 16. Paralyzed in Try For Cycle Mark BRUCETON MILLS. V. Va. (AP) A doctor said motor- cycle daredevil Bob Gill was permanently paralyzed as a re- sult of an unsuccessful attempt record jump of 171 feet. An estimated persons watched Gill fall three feet short spot. a makeshift landing motorcycle slammed into the opposite bank of Appa- dianapolis school leachcr Louis Russell, the world's longest. surviving heart transplant recip- ient, has celebrated the sixth anniversary of his life-saving "If I fell any belter, I couldn't stand il." Russell said at an open house at his home on Sun- day. Russell, 49, received the heart of a 17-year-old gunshot victim in an operation at the Medical college of Virginia at Richmond an per month, of 1.125 kilowatt-hours per month. An average commercial customer using kilowatt- hours per month would receive a il.12 percent increase, or j per two business executive-friends William Whyte of U. S. Stee and Fred Zoll of Libby-Owens Ford Glass Co., the Presiden reported he got off to a bac start but managed to come through to win from them. He went from the golf course to the nearby poolside party given by NBC's Ronald Nessen for 50 guests, who reminiscec about his vice-presidential days. Ford and his wife, who joined him at the party, surprised the host by staying for the Korean- style beef barbecue dinner. When he left at 9 p.m., Fore was asked how he characterized his relations with the press. Couldn't be better. Just won- he said. "They're good fine people. They couldn't have bsen kinder. I think I've been frank with them." .NDIANAPOLIS ,AP) In- lake. He was thrown onto Gill was taken to a hospital in Mnrgantown with back in- juries and was paralyzed per- manently from the waist down, according to Or. Robert Nugent, j lie was listed in serious condi-j lion Monday. (Continued from Page 1.) ed the talks hesitantly in view of rival peace plans backed by Greece and Turkey to solve the Cyprus Crisis. In Athens, the government moved Monday to formally ac- cept a Soviet plan for an inter- national peace conference at- tended by Greece, Turkey, Cyp- rus and the 15 members of the U.N. Security Council. Diplomatic sources in Wash- ington said the U.S. and Britain consider the Soviet plan unwar- ranted meddling in the explos- ive Cypriot crisis. month. he tragedies of two world wars, on Aug. 24, 1958. lie returns irged nations to avoid an arms each year to Richmond for a rare. (physical examination. JOHN Convention. Downtown Locotio 3083rd Avo. SE 365-0511 Chavez Released SAN.IOSE, Calif. (UPD-Unit- ROYAL OAK. Mich. (UPII ed Farm Workers Leader Cesar [The Rev. Charles Coufihlin. the Chavez was released from a hospital Friday after treatment for exhaustion and a recurrent back ailment. controversial radio priest of the; 19311s. has left Established In 1B83 bv The Gazette Co. ana pvsusneri datlv off) Sundav (it 500 Third ave. 5E, Cedar Rnnids, lown 52J06. Second class poslaoe oaid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription bv rarrier 95 cents o week. Bv moil; NiaUt Edition ond Sunday 6 Issues J3.7S o month, 539.00 a veor: At- lernoon Editions and Sundov 1 issues 1.J.8S a month, J40.00 a vear. Olncr states and U.S. territories 160.00o veor No Mntl Subscriptions accepted In areas having The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use tor republicotlon ot I all the local news printed In this news- j paper as well at all AP news dispatches, i icir way to Lovington, N. M. 'here they kidnaped two 23- ear-old women and forced hem to ride to Rotan, 175 miles ast into Texas. It was there they crossed the irst name off the death list. T. Baker, 64, a widower who ived alone on a farm, was killed with a. shotgun blast. The 1st was then dropped by Wil- iams, apparently for police to iind. Names, Addresses "This list had Mr. Baker's name and address, and also the names and addresses of the dis- trict attorney and the district judge out Glasgow said. Glasgow said Baker had once testified against Williams in a burglary trial. The convicts then drove south to Graham where they released the two women, who say they had been raped. The trio con- tinued on to Breckenridge and took over a sport car at gun- point. Late Saturday they escaped from highway patrolmen near Mineral Wells, Texas, by shoot- ing out the Crusier's windshield and forcing them into a ditch. No one was injured. On a farrrTrbBd to the east they shot randomly into a cafe and then sprayed a car at an in- tersection with shotgun fire, wounding three persons. They ;hen traveled to Gordon, the lome of Ray Ott, who had once testified against Ulmer. Wife Killed Ott's wife, Lena, was shot and killed and Ott was wounded. He ivas hospitalized in satisfactory condition. The three held a farm family at gunpoint and stole their car, and then attempted to break into the home of J. L. Floury, north of Stephenville. They fired through the door, wounding Floury when he refused to open up. "One of the blasts took a hunk out of my Floury said. "I had a gun there and would have killed them but it jammed on me." A few hours later, authorities said, they ran into an embank- ment and fled into the un- derbrush. "They aren't trying to get Glasgow said. "They're just here on a binge. They have some animosity toward us down liprf. "They're just hell-bent on mischief." It Pays To Advertise t'rnmnt FIMWKHS I'ErifS n.ow SHOP 5008 Center Pl. Rd. he underwent a hospital where j an operation to! place a pacemaker in his chest. z s when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED HOURS EVERY DAY. Serving all faiths since 1888. John Son Turner's East, 800 Second Avo. SE! Turner's Wesl, 1221 First Ave. West   

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