Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 10, 1974, Page 3

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATIOHAl WEATHtft $f*VICt KHI CA* I l» ESI 9 - H 30.00 29.77 Jr-/V^j~5r 2977    30; ao»TON* 'JPS MW WtMKIfcfOIOtAStf* IOX xl^HQW ^3 show, es N r?& Ralph A. Kunzman Ralph A. Kunzman, 70, a foreman at Quaker Oats Co. in Cedar Rapids for 4.'} years be fore his retirement in 1967, died Monday in Visalia, Calif. Burleson Dies, Founded C. R. Ideas Sought On Expenditure Of SI Million I The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tuesday, Sept. IO, 1974 —Reaction— (Continued from Page I.) If you have some good ideas Insurance Firm 1 on how to spend a million dollars, and you aren’t afraid to Howard C. Burleson, 78, longtime Cedar Rapids insurance Chance of rain Tuesday night from North Dakota through parts of the upper Mississippi valley and the Great Lakes region and from eastern Texas northeastward to the middle and northern Atlantic states. Born June 27, 1904, in Cedar. Rapids, Mr. Kunzman attended Iexecutlve unhl h,s retlremcm »> Cedar Rapids schools and was dled Sept* 5 at Laguna married to Ethel Marie Petersen j Hills, Calif. in 1925. She died in 1969. He was Mr Burleson was born Aug. 9, remarried on May 29, 1971, to i896t in Webster City. He was Marie Howard.    graduated from the University Surviving in addition to his of Illinois in 1920 with a degree wife are two sons, Richard, Vi- in commerce, salia; Dr. James D., San Diego; | He was then employed by two daughters, Phyllis Dale,iAetna Casualty & Surety Co., Cedar Rapids; Joan Smyth, Hr- an<i later established his own bandale; three sisters, Laura agency in Cedar Rapids. Smith, Louise Hanson and Lis-; jje romajned with the agency, setfe Kunzman, all of Cedar wbjcb became known as Whip-Rapids; ten grandchildren andjp]e Winterboro Burleson and one great-grandchild.    Wilts, until his retirement. Services: Thursday at 0:30 at Mr Bur,eson was a member Hadley funeral home in Visalia. of phj K Tau and served Burial: Visalia district ceme-1as    ident of the Cedar cry. The family suggests that R ids Assn of ,nsurance Watergate should be revealed to the American people,” Scott said. Scott also said Ford should review the cases of others involved in Watergate “when he feels the timing is right.” But city of Cedar Rapids. Mayor Don Canney put out a call Tuesday for volunteers to help set priorities on how the city can best use funds appre hends may, if they wish, contribute to the heart fund. The Weather High temperatures Monday, low tem- fined $75 Goldsmith, and costs. Monticello; Edwin John drive, peratures overnight and inches of precip- j Herden, 405 Westview Anchorate    m m m L. Angeles    ss 47 (Marion;    Robert    DeBurn,    1600 Atlanta    st ss    Miami    88 79    Seventh    avenue SE; Loren    Bol- Btsmarck    70 SO    Minneapolis    62 SS .08 crim    u-mmn• Chicago    77 69    N. Orleans    86 74    som, route one,    Marion,    cacn £e.nv.r 2?A8 01 N£w Tor*    fined $35 and costs. Steven H&ulu 8S73.66 seatti»x ’I? ss .oi Weidenbacher, 2340 Blakely Houston M—Missing 77 72 .0$ Washington 82 68 Extended forecast — Partly cloudy Thursday through Saturday. Highs Thursday, mid 60s to boulevard SE; Ralph Kane, 5651 Vermont street SW; William Kress, 719 Ninth street SW; Larry Stevens, 1033 Thirty-third street NE; Mar-nn u    j    t • jorie Dundee, 313 Seven- by Saturday. Lows in teenth street NE; Jean Sloan, mid 40s to lower 50s.    J Hiawatha; Howard Haigh, 5001 Eighth avenue, Marion; Bar- C. R. Weather High Monday ........ 81 bara Rowland, 2760 Twenty-third avenue, Marion; Stephen T    •    en' Ridge, 3720 Wenig road NE; I.1OW overnight ...............Samuel    Kielty,    327    Windsor Noon Tuesday  .............73 2 p.m.......................73 Precipitation ........ None Total for September.......0.52 Normal for September .....3.97 Normal thru September .    27.12 Total for 1974 ..............38.35 Barometer, falling .........30.00 Humidity at noon ......... 93% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. S at 7 mph. Sun rises Wednesday,    6:42; f un sets, 7:24. Year Ago Today — High, 73; low. 64; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast drive NE; Thomas Grass, 363 Hampden drive NE; Jody Ter-pkosh, Swisher; James Belden, 8 6 0 West Eighth avenue, Marion:    Dale    Oliphant, 415 South Eleventh street, Marion; Diane Zearley, 98 Thirtieth avenue SE; Donald Ashbaugh, 3639 Twelfth avenue SE; each fined $30 and costs. Fay Benesh, 916 Ninth street SW; Warren Crowe, Davenport; Ronald Hams, Marshalltown; Wilmer Uthoff, Norway; Floyd Ii o n g , route three, Cedar Rapids; Steve Johnson. Mechanicsville; Delores Frey, Forestville; Geneva McCormick, 2704 J street SW; Bonita Smith, 830 Wilson avenue SW; James Blair, North Liberty; Darcy Rosenberger, 3131 Wednesday    Sixth street SW; Peter Millis, Weather, Hi-Lo 314 Hanover road SW; each Bismarck........Cloudy    55-41    i fined $20 and costs Iowa City — Lottie Hutchison, 85. Thursday at 3 at Snider’s, West Liberty, with visitation beginning Wednesday. Monticello — Hulda S. Topping, 80. Thursday at 1:30 at St. Matthew’s Lutheran church. Visitation at Gocttsch’s after 9 Wednesday. Manchester — Peter A. Friedmann, 73, Wednesday at IO, St. Mary’s Catholic church. Burial:    Jesup.    Visitation at Shelly’s after I Wednesday. Iowa City — Roy Lackender, 84. Wednesday at 3, George L. Gay’s. Stanwood — Willis McGuire, 68. Thursday at 10:30, Methodist church. Masonic services Wednesday at 7:30 at Chapman’s, where friends may call after 2 Wednesday. Stanwood — Freda Johnson, 71. Thursday at 2, Mechanicsville Methodist church. Visitation at Chapman’s after 2 Wednesday. West Branch — Dean Stafford, 67. Friday at ll, Springdale United Methodist church. Barker’s. William C. Repstien William Charles Repstien, 78, of 1926 A avenue NE, died in a local nursing home Tuesday following a brief illness. Born March 12, 1896, in Monticello, he had been a resident of Cedar Rapids for the last 55 years. Mr. Repstien was a vet-1 eran of World war I and had been a service station owner- Agents and the Iowa Assn. of In surance Agents. ry memorial for the Attica, N.Y., prison riot. Calls, Telegrams The White House switchboard he termed former presidential was jammed with calls through-    John    Dean the «prin_ work, you may be needed by the1™1 Monday The first 3 OOO calls cipaj crjmjnaj( the principal * ~    Sunday night ran 2 to I against perpetrator” in the Watergate Ford’s decision, a White House affair spokesman reported.    j    scott    said    he    would    consider By Monday night, however,!Dean last, “if I were the Pres-the telephone sentiment had ident.” ......    , .    , switched to 50-50, a spokesman; Conservative Sen. Buckley L U    S said    and liberal Republican Sen ‘ ? /.    '    '    But, there was overwhelming Brooke both said Tuesday that op em ac .    criticism in telegrams and mail-(Nixon should have been re- The act replaces programs grams that Western Union es- quired to admit guilt before he such as urban renewal, neigh- Amated would total some 75,000 was pardoned, borhood facilities, open spaces, messages by Monday night.! Buckley, of New York, said water and sewer plans and They were running 7 to model cities programs.    | against the pardon. More Authority    Bar    Opposition Cities will still have to apply jn Nixon’s home state, for funding, and have the appl!- house of dclegates of the Call-! r)espite thcir divergent politi-cations approved, as they rtid forma bar voted 347 to 169 in ca] views> Buckley and Brooke I the pardon was premature and Brooke, of Massachusetts, predicted it would hurt Republican candidates running for election th® i this year. were among the first Republicans in congress who called on Nixon to resign. Senator Ervin (D-N.C.), who under the old categorical grant favor 0f a resolution which said systems. However, much more Ford’s action “violates the prin-authority is given local govern- cipje that au persons stand ments under the new bill in equai bef0re the law and deciding exactly how the money presents a substantial threat heade7‘the‘ senate ‘watergate He was a member of the. AI , e sper],    i that the confidence of our citi- committee, said the pardon only armed forces during World war AIonfi WI h he ai,thonty zen.s in the American system of helped those who have been try- » __j L.u 1—u:_    .u.    requirements to make sure the justice will be undermined.” inc to cover ud Nixon’s    involve- money is spent in the proper Two hours before the vote, Cent in WalerLVe manner, and one of the require ,Nixon’s attorney announced that! And Vice-president-designate ments is for a mechanism to tbe f0rmer President planned to    Nelson    Rockefeller    called    the provide citizen input to the resjgn his bar membership in    pardon    “an    act    of    compassion planning process.    ^    California and New York. Nixon and courage.” He said it will be J hat s where Canney s call decided some tjme ag0 that he “undoubtedly controversial in .or volunteers comes in.    would not practice law, said Los the short run, but promising in L and held membership in the Masons, Elks and Kiwanis. Surviving are his wife, Alice, and three grandchildren Private services will be held int Waverly. Clarence M. Shay the long run in that it will speed the healing of our nation.” Will Choose 60    Angeles    attorney    Dean    Butler, Clarence M. Shay, 62, of 5117;    ,    nc,    .    denying    that    Nixon    made    the .    ,    f    ,    ,E avenue NW, died early Tues-* ... ™    volunteers    he    nossible    disbar-    Attnrnpv    General    Saxbe    said mentor and a former employe fo|lowing a |ong j|lncss Hej will choose 60 persons^ IS from    P°sslblc    TueLafL    Las    L    consult of Collins Radio.    was g rptjrcd Rock ,s,and each of the four quadrants, to , „    ^    Jue:^ ha "a!!    110    - - He is survived by a brother, R ., d swilchman Born July fo™ liaison committees^    a    g    “    P    dis    dLisiL    and    said    it    came    as    a Raymond. Cedar Rapids, and a    a, Wat(l(loo ho and lhe They will be briefed thorough- ™s «a ™a‘£    and    ad,d    “    came    as    a sister, Mary Rosencrans, Ana- .’    ’    Ad« Reinke werelly by Clty staff members on the ciaea upon Dy me ™siaera on|surprise to him. mosa. c .    ..    .    ..    married    June    2,    1934,    at Wa Services arc pending at the ,    „    h    d    rcsiden, Stewart funeral home. IO YEARS AGO — Barry Coldwater said he wouldn't be surprised if there would be a crisis in Cuba before the election. No More Delays in C.R. Housing Unit for Elderly A certified check and a deed changed hands late Tuesday morning, ending three years of delays, disappointments and Cost of the project is estimat- Waterloo new act and what thcir duties “s au,,hority Under.utj,e    “*    wi"    sa7    thia    ~    fdst “*al tenon UC nan been a resident    will    probably    bo ex- tlon;. * *as “meUMn8 1    within    the    R-csidents terloo. He had Peen a resident    m    .• oc participate in.”    power    to    do    this    and    second, °vfeimsdar Rap    e    St    «    Part    pLocLs*.    of    dcten    '^ovara («uits .    I.feel    he    thoroughly    conoid- mining what the most urgent But, one of his chief aides, ered it and did it as the best Mr. Shay was a member 0T;needs 0f their area are.    Philip    Lacovara, submitted his!thing for the country, Saxbe 1116 iwntnLUJkC1kn .church and Two members of each of the resignation because he said added, the LTU Brotherhood.    four    jiajson    committees    wju    Ford’s pardon of Nixon “dis- In addition to his wife, he is.form, along with a chairman, a P°ses of the question” of the survived by four sons, Fiene,|commjBee to coordinate the former President’s legal status. Oelwein, Larry, Lee and Jim, findings of the quadrant liaison Lacovara’s was the second Cedar Rapids; a daughter, I groups.    resignation    stemming    from    the Karen Valenta, Cedar Rapids;) The smaller committee will pardon. 12 grandchildren: a brother. work concurrently with an en- Ford’s press secretary, J. F. Bob Shay of California; and a j vironmental review committee terHorst, who quit on Sunday I half-brother, James Damon, to make recommendations to as a matter of conscience and Deny Ford Asked Nixon Confession As Pardon Deal ed at about $1.6 million, ac cording to Darwin Lynner, prcs-|Zlaa Lutheran church in ident of Oak Hill Manor Services: 2 p.m. Thursday at Oel- the mayor and city council. NEW YORK (AP)—The New York Times says that during credibility, went back to work negotiations over President Nix- ..    .    ...    rc.siinn'c rvarrlnn WhitA House law- on Monday for the Detroit |on s Par<^on White House law _    wein bv Dr (’.force W. Carlson The city and* PHA tried on and the Rev Laverne H. Strike.Im,ttee work Wl11 probably take A Lot of Time    News, where he will now be a1 yers u^uccessfuby trj^ t° I*1’- Canney stressed that the com- national columnist.    suade Nixon to make a full Congressional reaction was statement on his role in Water- p^tems to attenip's to P^'two prior occasions to obtain a B^iap ‘ Woodlyn'''cen^tmjf lot of,'ime; Particularly be-;m7x'” d“ 'Se'nate' _5c'm0cratic|gatc. subsidized housing for elderly housing complex in the NDP;Qejwein    tween    the formation of the Leader Mike Mansfield siiggest-l Quoting    what it described as Traffic signal violation — Timothy Steel, 535 Knollwood drive SE; Jack Hansel, 2590 Twenty-fifth avenue, Marion; Dale Blackford, route one, Marion; John White, 3904 Lennox avenue NE; Gerald Carolan, 2433 Thirteenth avenue NE; Phyllis Paulson, Keystone; each fined $20 and costs. David Smith, 802 N street SW: Mark Holmes, 400 Lindale drive, Marion, two charges; James Valenta, 4609 Aspen lane T1 . ... cr. „. .    ammINE; Waneta Peal, Los Gatos. Pool level Tuesday ......683 88 Calif.; Glen Sasek, 2711 Bever Chicago - ..... Cloudy    83-62 Cincinnati  PtCldy    83-65 Cleveland  PtCldy    80-62 Des Moines......Tshwrs    79-57 Detroit..........Tshwrs    78-61 Indianapolis .. •. .Tshwrs    80-67 Kansas City PtCldy    87-65 Milwaukee  PtCldy    80-61 Mpls.-St. Paul Rain    74-54 Omaha ..........PtCldy    78-55 St. Louis  PtCldy    84-68 Sioux Falls......PtCldy    75-46 Coralville Lake Births — St. Luke's avenue SE; Donald Miller, 1028 Third avenue SW; Frances Correra, Glenwood; Richard Henderson, 1802 Western drive SW; each fined $15 and costs. I n t o x i c ation — Randall Sprague. 436 Twentieth street Sept. 9 — To the families of John Ward, 1809 Gary avenue NW, a daughter: Frank Janas-zak, 1707 Eleventh avenue SW, a daughter; Charles Hamilton, 280 Windsor drive NE, al NW;'fined $75 and costs, daughter; Larry Johnson, 2345 Driver’s license violation — Fifth avenue. Marion, a son; laarry Messerschmidt. Oxford; Larry Roman, 2925 Johnson fjned $20 and costs. Mark avenue NW, a son.    Holmes, 400 Lindale drive, Marion; fined $15 and costs, i.tns Mercy    Improper    passing    —    Allan Sept. 9 — To the families of; Jo h n s o n ,    700 Thirty-fifth Berry Wendt. 759 Gateway j street, Marion; fined $25 and street NE, a daughter; Richard costs persons. The check for was for the balance of $31,476 that Oak Hill area, but failed each time, once because a selected developer, was unable to obtain financing!Wedn£da    at Brant funperal Friends may call at Turner / °mmi 0:3 a    ed    that    Jaworski disregard the a reliable source, the newspaper year.    pardon.    The special prosecutor y^ Tuesday in a dispatch from The congress has authorized aa obligation to take what-!^an Clemente, Calif., that Mr. Manor, Ltd., of Des Moines and once because no acceptable bome jn Oelwein after 5 n m. billion nationally for the ever acBon be sees fit jn confer-;?pxon was asked by President agreed to pay for the deed to proposals were submitted. Wednesday and at the church n    I,    ^    f ^ mity with his oath of office and For'^ from noon until 1-55 nm Thurs- Ikn f» ea?h °f luhe ne,xt ^ that should include any and all the forn?f President regarded om noon urn 1.do p.m.^ ^year. Based on those figures, indjvjdua]s »» Mansfield said. as‘a public confession of cnm- the Cedar Rapids share will, Minority Whip Robert Griffin:1™1 8ui,t-’ He angrily refused, two blocks of Neighborhood! Jbe project nearly failed    1I1UIS.,    „    ,    ..    ..    ,_____  ^ Development Program (NDP)rb*rd time, as Oak Hill Manor;dav    cas|(et    wjjj    not    ?sec^r,00    figures,jjndjvjduaiSt” Mansfield said. land. The land is bounded by (bad problems lasting nearly opened after the service.    °k.    m    k    i?,C^    -.r    Minority    Whip    Robert    Gr......... Eleventh and Fifteenth streets ant*1 the deed transfer Tuesday. I      probably    be    about    $1.3    million defended Ford’s action, saying ancl subsequent negotiations be and Twelfth and Fourteenth av-    Late    Problems    Memorial    Services    ''"prospective volunteers should 1that..heal,h was am0"g ,he most'dX" in rclcW^LLagrcement Z I U U oi „.M « J “As la.e as3 p.rn Friday^his cudwiB> Glady# Elim - call ihe'mayor's ofhee 398 MSK Ln .'TldLn    *    ”    the    eSSf Oak Hill will build 96 apart- project was down the tubes, Wt?dnesdav at 10:30 at Turner  __ dential pardon.    *u..    newspaper    re- However the Riehl, 833 Wellington street SE, a son. Adoption Mr. a nri Mrs. Joseph J. Thompson. 2455 Fourteenth avenue, Marion, a son, Aug. 23. Marriage Licenses Viola Ohlhauser and Leslie Forde, Nancy Damesch and Gary Strandberg, all of Cedar Rapids. Susan Melver. Cedar Rapids, and Jeffrey Fontana, East Amana. Sherry Gibbs, Rowley, and Jack Tiumalu, Fa-gotoga, American Samoa. Patricia O’Brien and Edward Land, both of Marion. Cheryl O’Hara, Coggon, and Derral Power, Central City. Fires 10:34 a rn. Monday. Stove to grease at 719 H avenue NW. 1:39 p.m. Monday. Fire in earth scraper engine compartment at Thirty-third avenue and 1-380 SW, Vehicle control violation — Melanne Schutterle, Norway; fined $20 and costs! Faulty equipment — Lester Rowe. 1115 Thirty-third street NE; Randall Hora. 366 Nineteenth street SE: Gars' Moen, 329 Nineteenth street SE; Stephen Garringer, 289 Fourteenth avenue, Marion; James Sprague, Lisbon; each fined $10 and costs. Parking violation — Robert Northrup. 625 Fifth avenue SE; fined $20 and costs. Robert Ilowrev, 712 Thirty-second ,    *    Gladwin.    Gladys    Ellen — apart- project was down the tubes,”; wednesday at 10:30 at Turner. _ merit units on the property. El-;Lynner said Tuesday. “There: chapel west by the Rev. Paul;    . _    But    there was no indication of    ullc?uon derly and handicapped persons were things happening that PfeltzgrafF Burial: Linwood —School Vote  any health problem for Nixon, l i t a i i •    ..t    i    I..L...L    ti    cemetery. Friends may call at    wag at the Palm Snrines White House press secretary, who> meet federal low-meome would have scrapped it.    Turner west.    (Continued    from Page I.) r a bf desert resort esfefe of sald in Washington Monday guidelines may rent the apart-. Now that the problems are Willard Mildred I — a non ^     ~    .i.    *    i    Lal1*-’ desert resort estate or    Hnill.a AtA ments. They    will    pay    a    portion    s o I    v e d    and    the    deed    has    Wednesday noon at Turner J ^ s v e in a elec-    U.S. Ambassador to Great Bri- 8    statement    from of    the rent,    which    averages    changed    hands,    Lynner    plans    to!    chapel east by the Rev. Glenn(non-    tain Walter Annenberg. $200, based on their income and!waste no time in starting con- Bender. Burial: Cedar Memori- Nixon school reported the low-j    m conjUnctlon w,th hls not to exceed 25 Dercent of struction    a1. Friends may call at Turner pst turnout at 1:30 p.m. Only    Knew    Charge    p,ardion. not to tweed 2a percent °i siriwuon.    /,PPnmnniockast ^til 11;3o a.m Wednes-|q    h    d    j    Senate Minority Leader Hugh The newspaper said the White their income.    Ground-breaking    ceremonies    day. The casket will not be persons    naa cast Ddiiois in    Unncn    wont^ a full <.i9iflmflni FHA Share    were scheduled at I p.m. Tues- opened after the service.    that precinct.    &ott of Pennsylvania said Mon- Ho^e wanted a full statement The rest of the rent will be day Lvnner said he expects    Grover    A.    —    Wednes-    Voting was heaviest in the day that bord knew the nature from Nixon to satisfy congress 1    day at IO at Turner chapel east Qrant Wood school precinct, of the charges that were to be and allow Ford to grant the Wes^umon cewS^*' Friends Iwhere 118    Persons had voted by    brought against Nixon.    oardon    without mamr Tritium may call at Turner east until L30 p m.    The public impression    given 9:30 a m. Wednesday. Tbe cas-j “School elections are always    by reporters was that Ford ket will not be opened after the|sjovv »* sajd one election clerk,    “was pardoning somebody with- 1 Morrison. Marion ll. (Bish-J but this seems a little bit    out knowing the nature of the op) _ Wednesday at 1:301 slower.”    charge,” Scott told a news coney Dr. John P. Woods. Entomb- “No one seems to be very en-    ference. supplied by the Federal Housing some occupants to move into Administration (FHA). The the apartments in eight months, FHA has guaranteed the sub- with all construction finished in sidies for at least 40 years, a year and all additional which means a commitment of aspects of the project finished in nearly $8 million. 15 months. Marion Child Stabbed; Police Have Suspect False Arrest Case: Policemen Cleared A Linn district court jury has found against Milan W. Freese of Cedar Rapids in a $50,000; “That is not correct, and hope it finally surfaces. I pardon without major criticism. Nixon reportedly joined the talks and refused. But the Times said a compromise was reached last Saturday night after a series of telephone calls between Washington and California. Nixon was al-* lowed to acknowledge he was street NE: Cvrus VanDcuscn. ■■    ■■■ 801 c avenue NW; each fined head. chest and abdomen. $15 and costs. Streets for storage—Michael Gardner. 3214 Soutter avenue | SE: fined $10 and costs. Interfering with traffic device — Arlene Martin, 2719 j Falcon drive NE; fined $10 and | costs. Meter violation — McGrath I Pontiac; fined $20 and costs. Driving: wrong: way on oneway street — Everett Brown, merit in Chapel of Memories.j,husi ti .. commcnted another Friends may call at Turner east; , . until 9 p m. Tuesday and at the cierK-    ;    hope it finally surfaces. I sug-,    -    , church from lo a.m. until    1:25    The voting turnout was also g^gf you ask the special prose-1without admitting to any p.m. Wednesday. The casket,described as light in the Collegelcutor why it hasn’t been sur*I^-tvninal acts, the newspaper will not be opened after the j Community school district.    faced.    I    said.    * Furman, Mary Ellen —j    Polls in Cedar Rapids will “The President did know.HH 'false arrest suithe filed    in con-    Wednesday at lo at Immaculate remain open until 8 p.m.    Tues-    You’ll have to pursue    this.    Pm A 10-year-old Marion girl    was nection with his arrest    at the    Sr°"cePti°nTchurch, *be Rev. day.    not gojng to tell you    now,    but admitted to St. Luke’s hospital c^ch Inn in Cedar Rapids J ne calvary FrRnds may call at!    ()n Ha,,ot    the President did know the spe- early Monday night for    treat-h(    1972.    1    stewart funeral home.    ()n the ballot in the Cedar j cities involving the investigation ment of stab wounds on the! Freese alleged he was falsely Dlouhjr, Mary — Wednesday)Rapids Community school dis-of former President Nixon.” Sympathy is the ha rile st word to write, say it with flowers PIERSON’S Xer arrested bv John A To end the Watergate 2:32 p.m. Monday. Mistaken 325 F avenue NW; fined $15 alarm at 311 Third avenue SE. ancf costs. 3:18 pm. Monday. Cheeked on smoke odor at 959 Oakland    Iowa    u6d'hs road NE.    A r I i n K t on — William 5:10 p.m. Monday, Mistaken Behrens, 74, Thursday at 1:30 alarm at 311 Third avenue SE at St. John's Lutheran church 6:29 p.m. Monday. Defective where the body will lie in state light ballast at 3607 First ave- after 6 Tuesday. Gleim’s. nue SE.    Delhi — Mrs. Blake (Edith) 11'13 p.m Monday. Un-1 Micheals, 54, Lacrosse, Wis., known to trash at Daniels Park, (formerly of Delhi. Thursday at Reed and at    2 at    Janeba-Kuba funeral    riot are the names of four per- McClurg, Cedar    n,nnj"g    forjwo thrce-yoar ,r0versy,    Nixon's "full role Services    terms on the school board. Rob-j  ____ Mt. Calvary. Marion Police Chief Richard Stanley A. Cayler said details of the in-1Rapids police officerson charges:    Byrnes,    Anna    C cident are sketchy since officers of intoxication and resisting an were Tuesday at IO at Immacu- ©rt Barber, Norman Lipsky, had been unable to question the officer. His petition pointed out l?le 1 miception church by the Curran Rosser, and Jan Zon-girl by late Tuesday morning. he was found innocent of the Rcv W,",am Conton' BunaI'    «“ However, Cayler did provide Charges on Sept. 20, 1972. these details.    j    He    also    sought    damages, The girl was stabbed with a small-bladed knife shortly after 6 p.m. Monday. None of the wounds penetrated deeply. The incident happened in the southwest section of the city. Cayler said the girl left the scene of the incident and went conin 1*00 ti.LIS BLVD. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1H26 Magistrate’s Court Speeding    James MacArth-J Burial ur, 1105 Fourteenth avenue SE; I Delhi. 1:30 at Clifton’! may call after where friends [declined 2 Wednesday. Evergreen cemetery, against the operators of the tavern, Charles J. and Darlene Bulicek. At the conclusion of the; plaintiff’s evidence, however, Judge Robert Osmundson, cli- i ruinated them as defendants in the case. He ruled there was no evi-to her home, at which time her'donee that the officers were act-parcnts called police. About 15 ing as employes of the Bullocks. minutes had elapsed.    ----- There is a suspect, but Cayler 30 YEARS AGO — Transit of to release additional all German freight to and from EOobli*h#d In IMI bv Th* GoieMe Co. ana published dolly and Sunday of SOO Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids. Iowa S2400 Second clast postage paid at Cedar Rapids. 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