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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NA1IONM itXVICf fOfclCASl 7AM I M 10- 3 30.00 DEATHS Man Faces 3 Counts after Weilhrnan Infant Hospital Scuffle Allan, Viktor Weilliman. in .lanl son of Mr. and Mrs, Wil' ;liam Weilhmaii, 21111 .1 strcol died Tuesday. I'hc Ci-il.n- KapifK IVc-il.. Ililnlipi- ITM 3A Prober Say? lE's "Late" Judge Rules -i I v? i (Continued from Page I. -7 rie _. _ i c I n Cnarap Fair 'n Soybean I.I, no VxliaiV-Jl., I Oil i-helon- 95 Suit 'imnission otfieia! Tuos- a brolher, William: his aller he allegedly punched a se-'day thai any Iowa grandparents. Mr. and Mi's- curily guard al .Mere-huspilal 'Utility could realize a' -Servey. Merrill Lynch I'iorce r'cjnner Kormil Irom' late paymenl charges ris.'Miss Connully and killed her. of Hapids. and Mr. and Mrs. Ku-l essed lo customers Wilh a pliolograph of Miss i gene Weilhman. New dire-tor of ton. Ohio: Iwo great-grand-! In-alment of c hesl pains lie iin.pSli'Kalion'for the his by i ;iiii jui i in...... ade Ihe nbscrva- defendant is responsible 1 I, e lirokeragc linn had iCodar Hapids, and Clara hall stolen leslifyin" before Ihe for triinsforming an atiraclivc; ,0ughl a iudgment from Yeager, Calion. Ohio, a his truck; ussion in n.njunclion will, a young girl inlo a lifol...... blood o Kurlenhaeli. The main igreal-grandfathcr. llarry Klm omp'.ainl hied bv Joseph M.'slainpc! corpse and her suit Lmeville. hea, lull of had lo do with fulures. I (.raveside services: p.m drinking for mo.st of the dav 'Klcclnc Light and Power o. of 11" Inen di-pla-'ed to the jl.-ri.lay in SI. .lohn's cemetery! wm. Ha.mls and ils Me pav nichres of MissVrnnoHv lakei, K'-rU-nbiK-h. according lo Ihe by the Hev. Paul C. McManus of at her autopsy 'judge s ruling, on Jan II. ,St. Ludmila's Catholic com-! Fair ami .Hrl homes are sjrk. Kepharh Armknech! said liiken to the hospital laic p'ii'iicv" "is rlll'nl lenr-een! slop S-l.-lli. lair and just" lor a number of 'lUS1'- olhei- words, he sold soy Aller in, examination failed lo'reasons "The stale." one allornev lold Memorial services Snow flurries and rain are expected Wednesday night over norlhern New York and upper Now England. Rain is forecast for parts of the Pacific northwesi coast and over the norlhern and central Rockies. Mostly fair elsewhere. .John Thursdayj reveal any medical disorder. )n ln figuring the market would drop at H) a.m. at Brosh bim of Miss Connolly's murder. ,jmc, delivery was due. Burial- Hulok cc'mei'ery with officers and said charges ulihlies "do Thl'-v hiln Instead, explained the ruling. Kliiott. Clara M. Turner "'anled his truck back within have Ihe characteri.slics of wiml there was a rapid "up hmil" chanel cast ill. I :'io u.ni. Thurs- minutes. i interest rise of March sovbeans in sever- Record- The Weather High I (import Anchorage 34 30 L. Anqeles 76 66 Atlanta 75 W MiBiri .84 7? Bismarck W K Min'.-'polis 45 22 Chicago 49 U tl Orleans SI M Denver ,.72 37 New _York tl 47 Honolulu .'.9912 Seattle 7556. Houslnn 84 63 Washington M M M I Lucia KscilllO TraCCV. Keith Tcrcsu Jcnn ;iiu Victor Lcrnv West. Mnrv .1. and jDanid J. Vuclkor. Arlys K. and l Ray Hull. CliarlotU' Mai'io and Tniniiin Lt'on .Inhnsrin. Dennis j .1 (j h n and Maria iKcifL-r. Frank A. and Lorcllo C. i MnkinsUT. William Knuicis and tions lie west Kiflnt'.v cent or. Scallk1 Sicinc'y. Dccornh Curdoi j Thnnr, 7li- Thur.sciay at 2, Pilj. Cfinnr n t h c r a n church Clare P.ui'ial: Na'ionaL! IWCTU Passes arrived in the emergency hearing he tried to run away. During Gen flic-hard C. also consisted of lies. Ihiit followed. KcpliartiTurni'r against Iowa Kleelric in [allegedly punched the guard Kvhich Turner claims Ihe lhe lestimonv of Steve Kepharl was lield overnight charging "illegal who said -idmil- courl- ilhe county jail and releasedjusurious interest" lo customers him saving his Thc i Wednesday on his personid pay their utility hiiving been rii'fcndant could not IH D K. t r: Police Kxlendcd Fri-j day with highs in 7ns and lows in -IDs. Gradual cooling Saturday and Sunday with highs by Sun- day in the GOs and lows in upper d 40s. Not much ch C. R. Weather Fires II: 18 a.m. Tuesday. Broken Kits line fenlhlR overheated furnace at UaO Shaver road NF.. p.m. Tuesday. A.ssis- '3ns and 40s. Not much chance !lvl'mlc rain. ,.i.v ui I radio in airplane at airport. p.m.. Tuesday. Child High Tuesday................56' Lew overnight ...............24 Noon Wednesday............ -17 2 p.m........................47 Precipitation .......None Total for October.........None Normal for October Thu The annual session (o ;45 flM dl of Woman's IGrO UP To S U D D Orf casket will not be npcned after Christian Temperance Unhrn' .....2.26 Normal through October ..29.39 with matches In sewer at Thirty-sixth street and E ave- nue NE. p.m. Tuesday Check leak in residence at 1715 Kllis boulevard NW. i WCTU i wound up in Cedar Hapids Wednesday with the pas- ;sagc of eight resolutions. Resolutions were: ill To promote Hie program inf Inliil abstinence in alcohol Indicted Officers president of the Police- Proleclivc Assn. said Ihe group will support five indicted police officers because an invcs- 'I'c-n Days Al the time the complaint v.-as'Ihe teenagers' deaths. But. it filed, according to Armknechl. iwas added. Martin had never allowed its customers len jbecn charged with any crimes, days from Ihe day the hill was i The testimony of ..Isoyheans account. owever. Ibe judge only al- ed the M.flfll) plus some rendered lo pay lor gas and percent on the first SIO and two amount was involved in a hog futures cely." the defciisej Youth OvePCOITie One of Xowlin's allornevs fold rs and other drugs that are detri-'police chief has determined thcjassessed as a one-time charge, jlne jury Ihere is no direct ov'-itSJot mental to the life and well-being j charges arc false. I The late payment c h a r g eidence of penelralion concerning Donald Sawyer, president of'may he waived twice each year.jlhc alleged rape, l-'urthcr. he Dennis A. Vorba. 13. of 1715 iof mankind; i M AOOK.S, criinmes and .n cily hall are bemg searched Ci To urge cliurch leaders lo Hie group, said Wednesday thcjhe added. as a way of Christianjdrawn. subsequenllv blood p.m. Tuesday, 'invi-s- "'hat could mount lo j The (n suppon !changed" 'is'in Miss r.lmp. in odor at Fifthjmjilion in missing, unnaid Iraf-! en Tn urtm ehm-chf.K lo in- nfficnr? mil vnli-cl nnon hv given 15 days to pay before has '-vllc; A blnot1' p'.m. Tuesrlay. Over- tickets. O) To urge churches lo in- gambling, which exists hi-ati-d fu'riiaco at. (iSlli jMindenj One closet in Ihe cily judgcs'lconlcniporaneously with crime ilaw library yielded eight car- lawlessness. debauchery andI tiuor traffic, in their cducati- officers was mil voted upon by Ihe membership, hill will lake the form of financial support necessary, he said. said, while there was testimony boulevard NW. Tuesday Difference ;ihat spcrmjrom individual hospi_ tal after he was overcome, by e bascmcnl of company assesses a late pay-! In addition, he said, his client residence. He was not acl- "doesn't have lo rape women Unmitlcd. i Dclich. according to Ihe ulili-ihave sexual intercourse." point-1 said Ihe youth went y. owed S5.fl! because of  i up ;ilte Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone .mi-m-M Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids .'liW-fifiOS readying Iheir future home for ling alley. The hems were occupancy, but a spokesman iued al more lhan Still Ihe four-bedroom house m n nol lie ready until Ihe end Meningitis Toll ol 'be inonlh. I'.M'I.H. (CPU Oilier new I'reple should ri-membi-r Wednesday a lhe award are lhe .Mason rcsiitulion pees arc lhe original epiilemic had killedClobe lOmmelsburg lie- liomcs." lii1! said. "Indian lhan persons in live porter, radio slalion Ol- Now is tin- lime lo I1'1' hardships showed no signs of lumwa, and radio slaliun KCIIIv (arm eiiiiipmeiil m tin: want a. ispcmsihlc tor the winning enlnc-s D mghi- If Uollc. whn bad been more than Ihis one lie said al the annual IShlA t'oiu'enlion accused of a bad cheek he asked slate ollieials for a in DCS Moines Del 17 by ISK.A in the amount ol (piiek nuluation nf what Ihe Kvecinive Seereiary Kenneil, The slale had rcfinesled the latest Irusl did to lhe dismissal "in lhe mlere-ls e; liarvesl. ncd'a ing lustico" since had maile i lie..'1 ni ihe rarl r.Kl ir'im.il in lllle u i Mcirriciqor, Dir'olvod DrrniMh SnmeonB's Flnwcis 11100 till. Blvd. NW n nwFRpnoNr 3ft6- 1 i Flowers Always Show You Care Irom 4 HI. Bit. 36J-OBB5 BROSH CHAPEL edar Hapid', I'lll'li: i' Almiil (Inr Scnifci Solon Lot our Flowers express your rdspecf and lovo FLORIST nncl GIFT SHOP phone 7'1 JOHN t. L4PES   

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