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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAllONAt WIA1MU MStVICt fOMCAM 1» 7 AM IM 9 -it-TH Howard L. Jacobs —Watergate— (Continued: Page 3, Col. 4.) any way because he personally dictated who would have access Joseph A. Houser .Joseph A. Houser, 87, of 210 Howard I/oe Jacobs, 79, of to them as the Watergate inves-Hawthorne drive SW, died Fri- 1021 Eleventh avenue SE died ligations continued to unfold. day. after a abort illness He was Wednesday at loca, h jta| born in Walford, Jan. 12, 1887. L „    .    ...... ..    ,    .    .    „    ,    ]    following    a    brief    illness. A retired employe of Penick1 and Ford, Ltd., he was a member of St. Ludmila’s Catholic (church. He was born Dec. 14, 1894, in Though pardoned for any federal crimes he committed or may have committed during hi? presidency. Nixon would, like Washington county and    was    any other witness, be subject to educated in Washington    and    the perjury statutes during his Surviving are four daughters:    was married in 1951.    testimony. He could not plead    mit murder. Mrs. Vernon Irss, Marengo;! Mr. Jacobs was a veteran of the Fifth Amendment.    John    Kopecky,    1227    K    street Mrs. Clarence Lunacek and WwW war , gnrJ a member of    I'rivilcac    Claims    SW, suffered injuries to his Mrs. Ralph Murray, both of .,    ...    „    4.    .    pelvis, shoulders and arms Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Don Wells, Irst **aP,lst church.    Nixon    issued    his executive wjjen ^ was    truck at. privilege claims to quash sub- 4• 22 p.m. Thursday while cross The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Friday, Sept. 20, 1974    3 Pedestrian Struck, Man Held for Murder Attempt A 65-year-old man was hospi-1 ried on the truck for BO feet talized in poor condition Friday before falling to the curb after he was struck Thursday by a pickup truck driven by a man who police have charged with assault with intent to com- Rain is expected Friday night from New Mexico and Texas across the lower Mississippi valley northeastward to the North Atlantic coast. Mostly fair elsewhere. —Deserter— (Continued from Page I.) Arvada, Colo.; four sons: Edward Houser, Anamosa; Ralph) and Donald Houser, ~ 1 Rapids; Virgil Robert Houser, El Cajon, Calif.; 33 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; Two sisters: Mrs. Frank A. Kula, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Albert C. Kula, Prairieburg; two brothers: Frank and Ben Houser, both of Cedar Rapids. I Services: 9:30 a.m. Monday in the St. Ludmila’s Catholic church by the Rev. Robert W. ICizek. Burial: St. Joseph’s cem-e t e r y , Prairieburg. Rosary: Sunday 7:30 p.m. in the Janeba- thc First Baptist church. Survivors include his wife, Florence; two sisters, Ethel Cedar!Cedar Rapids, and Loui sa Bell, Mt. Pleasant, and a brother, Neal, of Birmingham. Services 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Jones funeral home in Washington with the Rev. Frank E. Dunn, jr. Burial: Woodlawn cemetery. Hurley Infant Scott William Hurley, infant son of Jean M. Hurley, 1340 D Hartman was detained by passers-by when his truck stalled at the scene. Police said Kopecky and Hartman were former neighbors and had a long standing quarrel. Kopecky is a former administrative assistant chief of the Cedar Rapids fire department. He retired in 1967. Hartman was being held in the county jail on $15,000 bond. suit filed by a Democratic party intersection with Second street.    _    - was bugged SandWin* V sui* by Hic ,    was    takcn t0 Mercy Court Battle Democratic national committee 0SP‘a • against Watergate burglar James McCord. McCord had ,ruc^- Dean Hartman. 26. of sought the tapes for his defense, Thirteenth street, Marion. .    ,    ti a    . E- J    after witnesses said he    allegedly Lawyers    for    Pros,dont Ford    ajmed his vehicle at Kopecky. filed a similar motion, citing the    .    '    J agreement between Nixon and Witnesses said Hartmans    p    .    .    .    . the White House on use of the ^ru(’^ entered the intersection] tapes and arguing that    their use    w,thout tryinK to stoP    or av0ld    80 to    court    to keeP    the name    of in a civil    suit    would    interfere    the Vlct,m- Kopecky    was car-    John    A.    Yates    on    the    Nov.    5 poenas for the^tapcs in a civil, jng Thirteenth avenue SW at its Police arrested the driver of: Vowed over Linn Ballot Republican County Chairman avenue NE, died at birth Friday with pending criminal proceed-in a Cedar Rapids hospital. j ings Surviving in addition to his! Nixon.a motion said he was The Weather Hitjh temperatures Thursday, low tem preliminary processing,” Hult-David Neustel, Central City; man said. Michael Smith, Ely; Donnie:    ..jn my judgment J (jonT (Cuba funeral ho!f "est’,whcr<’ mother arc three brothers, Kus-1 • ■ raisw”    2r0und.s| friends may call after 7 pm Ise|j Hurley, jr. - ^ i c .. k primary grounds. Vote TV License Ban, Citing Bias Saturday. perafurcs overnight tnd inches cf pre- Maddox, 301 Twentv-eichth L    * J    M AncitortM 49 47 L„ Angeles 76 62 Street drive SE; Thomas Far- foresee confinement in any of Atlanta    82    64 Bismarck    66    37 Chicago .    84    59 Denver    69    43    New York Duluth ..    61    39    .01 Phoenix Honolulu    87    72    Seattle . .    BO    59 Houston ..    89    74    Washington    72    68 Extended forecast Min'apoiis 66 40 0JTclli    804    Eighteenth    avenue    these instances.    The whole    pur n. orleans 87 «7    sw;    Jan    Novak, 2017    Mallory    pose is to work    out the    altema- „ }, street SW; Michael Bideaux, tiv ^    »    what    our Tower Terrace trailer    court,    , .    . Marion; Merle Fishel,    North    80a‘ ls-    There    would only    be Mostly Tenth street, Marion; Mark Ro- confinement or arrest if they fair Sunday through Tuesday, bertson, Martelle; David!failed to carry out the alterna-Highs in    the    mid 60s to mid 70s    Maynes, Iowa City; Bill Elliott    tive service,” he    said. Sunday    and    Tuesday, and in 70s    t , e?i    Marion to low 80s on Monday. Lows in Dale Hemphill, 1014 B avenue the mid 40s to lower 50&.    j    NE; Loren Capron, ronte    three,    I “There will    be    nothing    de- C    r    Weather    (S'T!31 ^aPids; each^ fined $30    grading    or menial    about the    a1 High Thursday Nothing ‘Menial’ general election ballot as a candidate for state representative from the 27th district. Democratic County Atty. Wil- _    J0 lll<‘ 1 S-1 that the material subpoenaed wacuivi'tov tmv, *‘arn baches rePhed that Mrs. army;    Donald    and    Steven Hur-    contains    communications    be l "ASHINGT0N <A*J> ~ The    Palmer, bv    seeking to keep the ley, both    of^ Cedar    Rapids; and    tween    the    former    Persident    and    fedoral communications com-    name on the    ballot, is unwitting- Hurley of His advisers Dopamine to the mission has voted tentatively Jv working to get James Wells, not to renew the license of the f*'mo(Tatic incumbent, reelected Alabama agency that operates! Meanwhi|e Countj. Auditor the eight educational television    i Merle Kopel    said Friday that he stations in the state because of    still intends    to have the ballots a history of discrimination!printed without Yates’ name on against blacks, an FCC spokes-: dlem‘ on ,^le basis °f Faches wntten opinion. It was that opinion, °f his advisers pertaining to the conduct of the office of the oft r!?    Iicrk’,ularlcrternate service jobs. They will 80; City; fined $25 and costs. Carol , ... .    ,    ,:    ..    .    J rVu/ nwrnioht    ti    Ketchum, Mt. Vernon; Clara likely be hospital or nurs Low overnight  ...... J?    Marrow, 148 Twenty -    ’    ...... Emmet J. Giblin a sister, Roxanne Emmet J. Giblin, 70, of 2263 C Cedar Rapids, street SW, died Thursday after j Graveside services: Linwood I President of the United States.” a short illness. Bom July 17. jcemetery at noon Saturday by 1904, in Parnell, he was married the Rev. Allen S. Van Cleve, there to Opal Boland.    Friends may register at Turner’s He was a member of St. Pa- east until ll a m. Saturday. The trick’s Catholic church, the Na- casket will not be opened at any tional Society of Foresters and j time. the Fatemal Order of Eagles’]    -- He was a retired chemist of Ideal Chemical Manufacturing Co. Noon Friday .............—61 2 p.m. Friday ............... 60 Precipitation ............Trace Total for September ........1.02 Normal for September .....3.97 Normal through Sept......27.12 Total for 1974 .............38 85 Humidity at noon........ 83% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. calm. Sun rises Saturday. 6:53; sun sets, 7:06. Year Ago Today — High, 65; low, 51; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Saturday fifth ing home jobs, related to perished drive SE; Virgil Peters,jsonal service. Lisbon; Richard Burger, 401 Twenty-eighth street NW; Richard Smith. 1712 Twentieth street NW; Kevin Johnston, Fairfax; Walter Cashatt. Lisbon: I^arrv Solem, 325 Carter! ,    .    , street NW; Scott Fudor, 316 not >’et received any inquiries Fourth street NW; Corol Good- from draft evaders or deserters. love; Palo; Marvin Barnett,] “I think we will receive more Lisbon; John Denson, Home- inquiries fr0m persons not stead; Edward Shehan, Svca- .    .    , r . ,, ‘    LrW    /vt    UM    f t Wa- »17«6a    «•»    *    1    I    r    h    r\    M more, 111.; Denni ‘‘They’ll probably be a greater contribution to society than most jobs.” Hultman said his office has Irvin C. Hartrum Irvin C. Hartrum, 76, a former Cedar Rapids resident, Surviving are two sons, Rob-(died Friday at his Worcester, ert E., Cedar Rapids, James L., Waterloo; two daughters, Mrs. Nixon’s lawyers noted that the supreme court, in ordering that certain materials be turned over for the Watergate trial, also said that some presidential communications could be kept I man said Friday confidential under the executive! The spokcsman said the ac- Wednesday afternoon "that privilege doctrine.    lion    wjll    reviewed    aitcr    a    ^ Delay Opposed    written    report    is    drafted,    a    day afternoon Also on Thursday, JaworskiH*8? said wil1 lake sev’ asked the U.S. court of appeals erf, s‘ yy 1 If the commission sticks by issued Joseph Roman and Mrs. Owen Hartrum workcd Winterberg both of Cedar ca| c jncer for 30 Raptds, and 13 grandchildren. Cedar Rapjds and w(^ked (or Services: St. Patrick’s (Merchants National bank the church, Monday at 9:30 a.m. by Zaruba, Spr-i n g v i I lo ; Dorothy Beekes, Atkins; Kim Snell. 5506 Sharon lane NW; Wendy Lucke, 3103 Huxley lane SW;| each fined $20 and costs. Failure to stop — Joseph Weather. Hi-!.o|<=erUcr Poinl; fln,?d 840 Bismarck ........Clear    62-37 ‘    ‘    ’ Chicago ....... Fair    63-41    violation    -    Darrell Cincinnati .......Fair    71-48 VoRL Shellsburg; fined    $20 and Cleveland  .........Fair    64-441 costs. Des Moines ,.. PtCldy 63-39:    Overload    —    William    Ford. Detroit ............Fair    64-40 Mt. Vernon;    fined    $20    and Indianapolis  Fair 68-441 costs. Kansas City  Fair 68-50 Milwaukee  PtCldy 63-42 Mpls.-St. Paul . PtCldy 57-35 Omaha .........PtCldy 69-38 St. Louis.......•. . Fair 72-48 Sioux Falls  PtCldy 82-61 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 4.7, fall .1 Lansing (18) 7.6, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 12.3. fall .4 McGregor (18) 6.3, fall .3 Guttenberg (15) 14.0, fall .6 Dubuque (17) 7.6. no change Davenport (15) 4.5, rise .2 Keokuk (16) 3.6, rise .4 known to the system at all. than from those who are known to the system. That is, more inquiries from persons who never registered for the draft and we have no record of, than from actual deserters,” he said. 24 Cases Hultman’s office currently has 24 active cases of draft evaders or deserters in its files. Information will be sent to these people at their most recent Vehic le control violation -    >._______________ Mark Kinkcad. Whittier; fined a<^ress explaining the program. Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.34, fall .05. Coralville Lake Pool level Friday ..... 683.87 Births — St. Luke's Sept. 18 — Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bascom, Arnes, a son. Sept. 19 — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordon, 112 avenue SW. a son. $25 and costs. Craig Arnold. Mt. Vernon; Dennis Fabor, Belle Plaine; Gertrude Vcldhouse, 139 Thirty-seventh street NE; each fined $20 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Ronald McKiernan, Bernard; fined $20 and costs. Mark Stalkfleet. 516 Sixth avenue SE; fined $15 and costs. Attempt to elude police — Steven Moneypenny, 5115 Kessler road SW; fined $100 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Joseph Conner, Bertram; fined $15 and costs. Glenn Blattner, 861 Fourth avenue SE; fined $10 and costs. One-way street violation — Ipangene Cox. 1857 Eighth street NW: fined $15 and costs. Meter violation Seventh I Lubbock, 912 Eighteenth street NW; fined $25 and costs. what their rights are, and who will actually be negotiating with them. “The fact that not too much has happened so far is not a surprise to me. This program is open until the end of January. There are a lot of considerations to be made by the individuals involved. ‘ They will want to know as much as possible about what their status will be before deciding what to do.” said Hultman. the Rev. Martin T. Laughlin. Burial: Mt. Calvary cemetery. Rosary at 7:30 p.m. Sunday by the parish and the National seven years preceding his retirement. He    moved to Ohio two years ago. Survivors include his wife entui;« k. t    . - Estella ; a son, Newell, of Catholic Society of    Foresters, at    Worcester.    two sisters Rafael t h e Teahen chapel    where,    "wuI LL    r?V v k u 7u friends may call    from    2 to 9    ^    liadys NashJ of p.m. Sunday.    Muscatine;    four grandchildren Ohio home after a short illness. .    ai    su,.,    uv .    f    to deny a request for indefinite t .    ..    ...    J A native of Utica, Nab Mr. po6tpoiement' of ,hp OTVer.up he ten alive act,on. it will be as a mcchani- (r| , from Ehrlichman and tw'0 *e first time citizen comp amis other defendants, former Whitefc ed ,hc commission to de- House chief of staff H R Hal-fc£ rene" a tcJevls,on sideman and former Attorneytl0" ''^nsc thespolresmansard. Pnnnrtl,    He    sald 11 would also be the first time it has blocked renewal Lawyers for the three noted,an educational television Memorial Services Attrutt, Irvin — St. Patrick’s Catholic church Saturday at 9:30 a.m. by the Rev. Carl Ries. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Vigil prayer service, Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Teahen chapel. Ilynek, A n g e s — Teahen chapel Saturday at I p.m. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Visitation: 2 to 9 p.m. Friday arui' after ll a.m. Saturday. Randall, Sam A. — ll a.m.I Saturday at the Cedar Memori-| a1 Chapel of Memories by the and two great-grandchildren. Services: Sunday at I p m. at M c I n t i r e funeral home in Worcester. Burial:    Sherwood Memorial gardens. —Economy— (Continued from Page I.) Reserve Board in its anti-infla- an | that Jaworski has publicly pre- franchise, dieted it would have taken    _______ Nixon    a    year    before    an    impar-    u Doeifln»t*    TUrt,.rvU4 tial jury    could    be    chosen    for    a    neW nesiaen.    < n0U£i*T fair trial. They said the same Burglar a Neighbor standard should apply for their „    ,    .    .    .    . , clients    man    burglarized    the Jaworski .said Sirica should be fdo" d; Zacvck ^residooce. 812 G permitted lo decide ,f the jury VT""e    Thursday    ex- chosen in hi, courtroom i, im.Pan»!d feelings as he left the , home with a new resident of the •    neighborhood unfamiliar with 'the neighbors. I    Zacek reported    a calculator chosen in his courtroom is im partial. Kirshen Reinstated tion efforts. HEW Cuts Hit Cites Code Faches said that if Kopel finds that Yates does not live in the district, his name should not be on the ballot, citing a section of the Iowa constitution requiring a candidate to be a resident of the district at east 60 days before the election. Mrs. Palmer called attention to another section of the constitution which says that the house of representatives decides whether a person has met the qualifications to sit in the house. She said that, if necessary. Republicans will seek a court injunction to order that the auditor place the name on the ballot. Faches replied that he feels sure that the courts would find that the power of the house applies only after the election. Can’t Override By Iowa High Court valued at $30. $55 cash and a six . . IT „    ...    ..    ... pack of pop taken in the breakin Asst. U.S. Atty.    Alan    Mr- which happened between 12:30    He said that    section of    the shen's suspension from practic-‘and 3:30 p.m. Thursday.    constitution    could    not override ing in the U.S. district court.1 The neighbor told police he    residency requirement    in Al another of the presummit northern division of    Iowa.    has said hell°'<> a man he saw leav-    ,h('    constitution    Thus, if Yates F    ling    the    residence at 2:30 p.m.rcre *° recelvc the majority of .    .    with    the    soda. The Iowa supreme court rem- The suspcct was dcscribcd ls 5 feet 6 to 8 inches tall, slimly built, dark hair and in his 20’s. —Budget-— (Continued from Page I.) Rev. Thomas E. Manson of the conferences, leaders of the na-Kenwood Park United Method-1 tion’s sick    and    poor    told    the £avC    ^ K.>sh;r;;".'he7owa Bar morial. Arrangements by the    ® e ban their share from m-j^ssp Wednesday after Kirshen Cedar Memorial funeral home, j nation and    need more    federal    convinced the body his failure Hanaway, Nellie A. — Satur- j assistance.    f0 pay jn^0 a client security day at 1:30 at Murdoch chapel The 180 delegates agreed at (funds was not willful in Marion. Entombment: Cedar TWsdav’s nnenine «4inns of l- u . *u c, *u iw«m«rioi    |    inursaay s opening sessions ot Kirshen, along with 51 others. Memorial. Carolan, Agues Beatrice — Saturday at 9 a m. at Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Rosary a two-day. economic mini-summit conference that they rigidly oppose the Ford administration’s attempts to cut the feder- had been suspended by the supreme court for failing to pay the mandatory $25 fee. votes, he could not be seated. By giving the Republicans notice that Yates’ name is being removed, they are given their only chance to get a candidate who can qualify for the office, if elected. Faches said. A deputy in the office of Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst, state    elections commissioner, Richard A. Cooley, 79 Twenty- said it appears there is no au- m„ ^cvcxt.    >    .    He    latcr Pa*d *be fund ninth avenue SW. has been thoritv for removing    Yates’ Friday at 7:30 p.m. at TurneV;3^ s<>c*al welfare budget.    under    protest, saying that since awarded a master of science name from the ballot, chapel east.    I    Hie    Ford    administration had he had no    clients he should    be I degree from    Bemidji state col-    The    deputy J Herman called    them    here so they might|Cxempt.    ‘lege, Minn. Births — Mercy Sept. 19 — To the families of .lames Arens, Belle Plaine, a i daughter; Robert Butterfield, Failure to signal — Velma Morrissey, Monticello; fined $15 and costs. Disobey school stop sign — Woodhouse, Dr. Keith W. — -----------—„ ____ Helena i need has been superseded j Saturday at 10:30 a.m. by Dr. point out fat in the department * and such loans can now be1 Wayne Shireman. Burial: Ever-;0f Health Education and Wel- financed under the pending Ag-1 green cemetery, Vinton. f budget but thev urged in-ri«.n.,roi    km *fiends may cal I a t Turner east *'drt uuuBcl« DUi wty urged in- rittiltural Appropriations Act. j until 9 p.m. Friday.    ;stead that HEW spending be Also to bt1 revoked under Ferguson. Louise Fels—Sat- increased to absorb spiraling 291 Red Fox road SE, a daugh*, Edith Machal, 1412 Fifth ave-ter; Byron Kinnan. 1170 Fifth nue. Marion; fined $20 and street, Marion, a son.    i    costs. Marriage Licenses , Following too close — Robert I*ois Trcka and Joseph Jasie-1 * au*U lt wicz, Laurie Graham and Robert Brumley, Valerie Brown and Gary Nelson, all of Cedar Quincy, III.; fined $20 and costs. Iowa Deaths Monticello — Marie Egeland, 96. Saturday at 1:30 at St. Olaf Lutheran church, West Union. Burial: West Union cemetery. Burnham and Woods’. What Cheer — Elmer A. F'ord’s proposal would be budget authority for $40 million for construction of the Appalachian Regional Development airport. The President said airport safe- urday at 1:30 p.m. at Turner i prices chapel east by a reader of First) “Increase Revenues” ‘‘Tight money, restrictive Church of Christ United. Graveside services 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Homestead cemetery Amana. Friends may call C.R. Breakin, Life Term Escapee, Another Arrested Two men, one of them a life- A search of the car then unbudget cuts have term escapee from the peniten- covered a gun which later was Schweiker, said he was 'told by the attorney general’s office in a similar case last week that nothing could be done by the secretary to change a certification made by a party, even if a candidate could not qualify for the office he was seeking. credit and produced the current recession ty objectives contemplated; at Turner cast until I p.m. Sat-*    .    1h    ...    .    •    .    .    f urday. Toh casket will not be    ,    aw*    risinf»    ... opened after the service. when these funds were provided jurdav* i ch casket wil .    r    I nnnnnn aftnr tho corvio are now being achieved through C. R. Rites for Theodore Riddle NORTH LIBERTY — Theo- Rapids. Judy Sedlacek, Fairfax, and Billy Folkcrs, jr., Cedar Rapids. Jean Kemmerer. Cedar Rapids. Jeffrey Rechkemmer, Oelwein. Deborah Weber, Mech anise Ville, Kerry Brackett, Cedar Rapids. Marriages Dissolved Kart Frank, jr., and Charito Miller. Debra I.^a and Samuel M. Smothers. Karen K and Dean N. Sutliff. Richard Ix*Roy and Madonna J. Kohl. Jim and Jeanne Rigsby. Karolyn M. and Lee Elden Deck. Cynthia L. and Richard A. Daubcnmier. Ruth E. and Ernest L. Hagerman. Frances and Leland Cooper Fires 8:.L p.m. thursday. !• IushIneral home. Oskaloosa. Buria.. f*M>,!n^in front of 204 Second (Cole Creek cemetery. Prayer service Saturday at 7 at Olson- use of other appropriated fund?. | In the case of deferrals, F’ord’s action takes effect auto-! matically unless either the ( house or the senate votes to J reverse it within 60 days. In the tiary, were arrested early Fri-,found to have been stolen in Des day after a Linn deputy recog-Moines, and a money bag. unemployment.” said the AFL-n*zed their car as one listed in I which later was found to have CIO’s Bert Seidman.    'an    Au8-    6    bulletin    to    be    on    the    been    stolen    in    a    breakin    at    the    ..    .    . He told one session “lf the^re l°ok°ut for.    Pizza Hut, 523 Sixteenth avenue dore, ' d :    ? resident of A '    ,    . .. ..    |is a need to bring federal spend-! Ronald M. Knedall,    34. who    SW earlier in the night.    North U^rty vicimty most of na    Installat    nijn}, an(j revenue into closer bal-!was serving a a life    term for    Another money bag reported-lg^,.^ {jjncss He Resided a^the Helicopter Asked for The city council has becnjance. the answer is not to cutiburglary with aggravation in ly was found in the patrol car as;R . *fannr asked to allow a helicopter to federal expenses, but to expand'Scott county, and Robert F. the suspects were removed evtrv a nor eonva Smith. 84. Saturday at 2 at I    f    _r ' kln'p s Bending'Ford iinstall    a Harden’s. Burial: Sixteen cem-lcas€ ot rc'0MnS spending, rom; etery. Oxford J. Latare, formerly Visitation 11-2 Sunda 11 den's where lamilv 31-foot microwave federal revenues.” Ballfield. 40. of Des Moines.ifrom it. center in Iowa City the last few years. must set the approval of both radio tower on the IE building!tionaTorganizaSons withTstake cnterins"' carrying "a'concealed    |    A    retired    farm worker, he Junction — Rmlolnh;the house and senate within ta downtown.    in    ti,e    jm    billion    HEW    budget    weapon, possession of burglary Kendall reportedly gave a dif- “as J30™ noar    Liberty ’ nytlrH^ii'iSli I T    tx.    ,    •    i    The    request    by    O.    F.    Paul-    gave    examples    of    how    inflation    tools and receiving stolen prop- Brent name on the basis of 9, IWZ. Of Oxford Junction.! Congressmen influential    construction    Co    asks    that    has    already    hurt    Americans:    ertv.    1    idenlifieat    ion    cards    in    his pos- Surviving is a brother. James, seemed to bel    !Slum    families    moving    three!    a    deputy    recognized    the    car!8**810"'    but    his    ,rue    identity;rural Swlaher. services! appropriations nims wncro «nn.y si^T?=SIwUUbb')o bo alona'with some of I St. Louis Helicopter Airways, |“ura 'muurs movinR ,hr(''' A deputy recognized the tar    ..... May flower ce7tefv It h c" s    he    allowed    to    transport Ihe ^h'mS    *    ^    awn“    and    ™,h    p„7T    ,7 d 'rman.L.o,.    •    .    .    .    I    ,    *    lL    .    f    ..    l u and changing their names to get Fast and then radioed for ass s- Police discovered 2*30*    was    bound    to    stir    controversy    I tower to the top of the building! ,in,b J.    ana    men    raaioea    un    assis Decorah — Mrs. Ollie Miller,Ion CaDitol Hill    sometime between Sect 26 and r*    cit    ctricitx. children tance when the car suddenly at the T izza Hut, • l '8I. Monday at I at Garland fu-i     ‘_ (M 1() Th#i nnorabnn ufmiid'    on    tnd,an    reservations,    took    off    south    on    F’ifth    street.    were    tied    in    h street SE. lo:39 pm. Thursday. Pons-Hilo riRaret to mattress at 402 Fourteenth street SE. 7:55 ain. Friday. Fire in mailbox, cause under investigation at Ninth street and Twentieth avenue SW. Magistrate’s Court Speeding Steven Moneypenny, 5115 Keister road SW; fined $100 and costs. Russell Fisher. Coggon; Frank Kohl. 123 Eighth avenue SW; Neal Bunce, Moline, IIL; Ernest Speth, jr.. Davenport; Samuel Billand, Williamsburg; Gloria Mangold, Ryan; Stephen Compton, 1742 Sixth avenue SE; Sh*'* SpmtialI Lei her Know with flowmrg PIERSONS I I OW! SHOP I HOO III IS BLVD. NW I low et phone 100-1820 Fjclstul’s, Decorah. Waukon John Mc Morrow8. 101. Saturday at IO at St. John’s the Baptist church. Burial: Mt. Olivet. Visitation! after 2 Friday. Rosary at 8 Friday at. Bakke-Hanson’s. Swisher Mrs Frank Smei-kal. 86. Monday at 2. Brash i chapel. Cedar Rapids. Burial: Czech National cemetery. Visit- ; ation begins Sunday. North Liberty Theodore Riddle, 92. Monday at IO, Brash chapel, Cedar Rapids. Burial: I Snick cemetery near Ely. Visit-) ation afternoon Sunday, GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For Nows, Sport!, look It toping C«notol Infer motion ond Offices Not Listed blow (oil  ..................... (ululation Subscription Dept Mon thru Sol. I a rn to J p m Sunday! Unit! 12 Noon Holidays 11 am to /pm. Wont Ads ...................... Mon. thru Fri I a.m. to S pm. Saturday until 12 Noon Display Advertising ............. Bl 122 I o m to 5 p m Ma’ion Offnt    391    1430 391 8211 398 8333 398 8234 and putting off medical care. Oct. IO The opera!,on would and o](, |e pa(in fa, [(XKj take about an hour. A company spokesman said the tower is being erected for IE. Under city and federal law, such operations must bt* specifi ed the sus-bv the money He lost the car, but another ^borities naid. Services in the Brosh chapel, the break,,, ^ liaPl,d8' at 19; Monday' Burial: Sulek cemetery near Ely. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Sunday cally approved by the city council. Renamed Premier ANKARA. Turkey (AP) -President Fahri Koruturk reap-jwinted Bulent Ecevit premier Friday and asked him to form a inew government. Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5606 deputy picked it up and followed Police found the rear dooi ot (the (fcditr HnpicU I it. The car stopped at Eighth av- the building open and that)' t stabiishod In ill] by Tho Ooxwtt* Co. ^ 'enue and First street SE after money had been taken from the Thfra nve'sr cmIu Rooids"iowo'vim0 (the deputy turned on his red cash register, a juke box and a ftSSS£&0” P*‘,0B# poid ot c#(,or ;lights.    'vending machine. (’•un Found    I The two were held    in the ,    . 'county jail in lieu of $25,000 The deputy arrested them ‘^’ikona possession of burglary tools    _______ when they were unable to ex-j Turn that unused piano mto a plain the presence of tools, suchcar or whatevtr w , I; as a pry bar, in the car. | (0 buy wl|h a wan, ad| Subscription roto* by corrlor f$ cents a wcfk By moll: Night Edition and Sunday A issues ti IS a month. *39 OO a vear Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues S3 IS o month. *40 OO a year Other states and U S territories SAO OO a year. No Mall Subscriptions accepted In or eat having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Pre** It entitled elusively to the use tor republic often of ail the local newt printed in this new%. paper as well ai all Al* news dispatches. Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from ... 4 a    Flower Seasons shop 3028 Mi. Vernon Rd. 363 5885 BROSH CHAPEL ( edar Rapids " I frrolrrlio I‘uh I if Scnicr" Inquire About Our Pre-arranged .Service* JOHN E. 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