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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Rain and snow are expected Monday night in most of the Rockies, while rain is ex- pected over the Mississippi valley and the upper New England area. Clear to partly cloudy elsewh esewere. The Weather High tempera lures Sunday, low Icmccr- alures overnight and inches of prccinifa- .Ji 30 L Anneles Atlanta ____ SI 52 77 Bismarck. .57 23 Min'npolis 70 56 Ctticago ....6756.01 M.Orleans flO 60 Denver (-6 3fi New York (A -in Duluth ____ 62-17 Phoonix 7-160 Honolulu i. .80761.30 Seattle 55 J? .90 Houston .78 72 .01 Washington 7'1 ft C. R. Weather High Sunday Low overnight Noon Monday 2 p.m. Monday 'Precipitation Tola! for October Normal for October 7.') 58 68 71 None 0.88 2.26 Normal through October ..29.39 Total for 1974 Barometer, falling ....40.80 Humidity at noon ..........59% Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m. S al 15 inph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 43; low. 41: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo -Cloudy 56-33 .Tshwrs Shwrs 68-52 .Cloudy nou-u lo gas meter Jones park SW. p.m. Saturday. Unk- nown to leaves 1L Glcnbrook drive SE. p.m. Saturday. Unk- James Kopish, M a r K a re thrown to leaves Sixteenth street Daugherty and Terrance Ma- j and Maple drive NW. honey, all of Cedar Rapids, l p.m. Satin-day. Unk- Shcrry Tripod, Boulder, Colo., nown to leaves Vcrnon drive and Donald Vyskock, Bloom- field, Colo. Michelle Corniea, Marion, and Daniel Prqhaska. Cedar Rapids. Winifred Chamncs and Michel Tanner. Springville. Joan Slater and William Mickey, Central City. Magistrate's Court Speeding" David Stoneking, Mt. Vcrnon; fined and costs. Cheryl McWilliams. Obituaries Pastor Parker, 54, Dies in Florida The Itoberl I'arker founding pastor of SI. Andrew I, n I h it r a n church in Cedar Mrs. Elmor Gadcly Anna M. Caddy. 88. of Madison street NK, widow of Elmer 10. Caddy, died Saturday following a long illness. (Continued from Page 1.) time, and by protracted length of time, 1 mean many months." The former President has been subpoenaed by bolli the defense and Ihe prosecution as wilnc'f.s in Ihe Watergate I'he. Cedar Kapids Gazette: Stun., October 28, 1971 Sandy, Kane Trade Words On Tactics lonown g a ong unless. i M-n-tln S-nulv Henuh can diurch in Cedar- m_ al a in Ihe Watergate! liml trial in Sunday said employes of T' t 11 SI al b'lfore "10VinK E- "''al" afK congre a io, Iron ,959 I? A said Ihe required lo give ,_to 1.5 congrega to lie was associate pastor of SI. Paul Lutheran church of Davenport until illness forced his retirement. Surviving an.' his wife, Dorothy; two daughters, Mrs. Donald Thompson of Newton and Deborah, a Luther college student; a son, Dan, also at Lu t h e r a grandchild, two sisters and three brothers. Services: Tuesday at p.m., SI. Paul Lutheran church, Davenport, where a memorial fund has been established. Burial Wednesday morning in Evergreen cemetery, (''airfield. Friends may call from 7 to p.m. Monday at Hill and Fre- ried to Mr. daddy Jan. 1911, at Algona. Surviving are two daughters, Xelma Ferguson, Cedar Kapids. and Faye Kllyson, Sunnyvale. Calif.; four sons. Lloyd and Floyd, both of Anaheim, Calif.. nffico and Orville and Lyle, both ofj the political vin'percent of their salaries to no comment" on !'f IcharKc came at the Sprmgville Jayeccs candidates night. Kane, also appearing at the did not comment on ;the allegation Sunday, but Mon- "I.ong Haul" l-ungren declined to conse- day slated that "It is not a fact Cedar Kapids; 12 of Nixon's health, buljat jus( and 17 great-grandchildren. ijn rcply a he said.jthat out." Services: Turner chapel west im at a.m. Tuesday by Dr. .John I'. Woods. Burial: I'jver- green cemetery, Vinton. Friends may call at Turner west. be available for court proceed- "Coslly" id the Fire Destroys Farm Buildings Near Hiawatha Hay valued at anil 'a barn and corn crib of undeter- mined value were destroyed by fire Sunday evening at a farm north of Hiawatha. A Linn deputy, who was with the sheriff's emergency squad providing radio assistance and lights, reported the farm is owned by Arlo Waterhouso and Bud Willman. He said the cause of the fire had not been determined. The fire began at the corn crib and spread to the barn. The house on the farm is oc- cupied by the family Clair i 1 ings. 1 cannot say when. Ovc. c is cosily lo taxpayers, i; employes have quit out the long haul I'm sure he'll requiring con- isidcrable expense to train new available." Dr. Scott Driscoll, another dericks port. funeral home, Daven- Mrs. David Holley Kathryn Holley, 83, of Clinton and formerly of Cedar Rapids, died Sunday. She was born Aug. 5, 1891, in the Netherlands. She Mrs. Frank Wingert Ethel C. Wingerf, 89, of IGUoiconsulting physician, said the First avenue. SE, died Sunday deep venous system in Nixon's employes. following a long illness. She had been a Cedar Rapids resident (if! years. Tiorn Nov. (i, IBM, at Ot- tumwa, she was married to Frank Wingert on April 22, 1908, Boh, re- portedly discovered the fire. Thc blaze was battled by the Monroe township, Hiawatha and Marion fire departments. Thc hales of SlieTaid she would not require destroyed employes to feed a committee, because left leg is "99 44-100ths percent but there is a small superficial vein carrying blood i lo the major vein from Nixon's Mrs. Sandy also commented lower extremities. she would not demand employes campaign they are working for Ihe taxpayer, not the recorder. al Cedar Kapids. Mrs. Wingert j A was a member of SI. Paul'siWct hay. United Methodist church. Surviving are a son, Ricliar ve nog ram belong to either political siWcdncsday showed a clot in the party _ i i. i i__ mi... :r Up oppo- dcep venous system of Ihe left and another clot in the grandchildrcn. Unk- Manchester; Koss, 1801 WiK-nn nvnmir- SW: rvieh finer! and costs. Larry Wear, Center Point; Mervin Hudson, route two, Marion; each fined S35 and costs. William Finxer, 830 Fifth avenue SE; Donna Reynolds, Hiawatha; AValter Steadman, 1417 Oakland road NE; Donald Davis, H502 Brook- view lane NE; Orville Loghry, 825 Fourth street SW; Douglas King, Waterloo; Brad A'Hoarn, 3082 Circle drive NE; Gary Rabik, Center Point; Wesley London. 1403 Miami drive NE; Kona G 1 a s u o w. l Thirty-eighth street SE; Olson, Ely; Jerry Scdlock, Bismarck Chicago...... Cincinnati Cleveland Mninor Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee1 Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha tit. Louis..... Sioux Falls ___Shwrs .Shwrs .Cloudy 04-40 .Shwrs .Shwrs Tslnvrs .Cloudy 59-35 7 032 .283 Degree Days Saturday Sunday Total 'to date Through OiMobrr 28. 1074 Percent of normal year Total normal year ......fi Mississippi Stages (Flood stiiffcs in brackets) LaCrosso (12) -I.fi, no change Lansing (18) 7.fi, no change Dam il 12.4. no change McGregor (18) 0.7, no chang-.1 Guttcnbcn; (15) 3.8, nc Dubuque (17) 7.1, no change I Davenport (15) 4.1, fall .1 Kcokuk (16) mining Ci'dar at C.R. (U) .1.35 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday no report Births Mercy Oct. To the families of T h n in a s Faiifiniann, 3223 Souttcr avenue SE, a .Turk tidily. Eleventh .street Ts7 W, a daughter; Thomas AVolvors, Mt. Vernon. a daugh- La Talbott. 114 Ninth street a daughter. Births Sr. Luhs's 27 To Ihe families of F-tcphiin Wc.ckwcrth, S o u t h Amana, n daughter; Larry Carl 4428 Surrey court, Marion; Cyntliia ,Iacobsen, 5720 Johnson avenue NW; .James Cox, 1211 Crest- view drive SE; .Jeffcry Humb- lin, 1263 Thirty-third street NE; Michael Nc w c u in b Walker; Robert Ncwmirc, route two, Cedar Rapids; Mary Dor- man, 28 Alburnett road Marion; Paul Colcman, box 2031, Cedar Rapids; Billy Shears, 1318 First avenue NW; John Reader, 701 Nineteenth street NW; Charles Hodges, 20G Seventeenth street SE; each fined and costs. Ramona Middleton, 3405 Clover drive SW; Wayne Wilcox, 347 Park Terrace drive SE; Arthur Jones, 577 Twelfth street, Marion; Merle Hclmrich, Ma- son villo; Mary Robinson, 300C street SW; Gaylo Shoemaker, Owen street NW; II e o r e n 1G41 Twenty-third street NW; "Fred crick Humphrey, Seventh ave- nue SE; Robert CaldwoU, Nineteenth street SW; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation luigLT Ciiristunsen, 3000 J street SW; fined S25 and costs. Jesse Coin, 1417 A avenue NE: Phillip Pierce, 1311 Fourth street NW; Randall Hartman 257 Twelfth street NW; Brad A'Hcai-n, 3082 Circle drive NE; eauli .fined and costs, Sharon Pfl ugh a u p t, 1235 Center Point road NE; fincc and costs. Disobey police officer David Stoneking, Ml. Vcrnon fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Mary Becky, Marengo; Lyle Sehulte, S wisher; Melvin Gib- son, 1033 Eighth street NW two charges; Diane Jennings Hcgal avenue NE; Mar- vin Mills. 1612 B street SW Terry Sz.'iho, ]fi22 North Townc place NE; Robert Prenosil 2933 K avenue NE; each fincc Jacob J. Wildman, 83, died Saturday at Edgewood Manor care center after a long illness. Born June 29, 1886, in Big Grove township, he was married lo Emma Kimcs Sept. la, 1904. Surviving arc a daughter, Florence Abbott, Cedar Rapids; three sons, Ralph and Earl Iowa City, and Leroy, of Morse; two sisters, Mrs. Chester Dcntci and1 Jane Mace, both of :Io City; 17 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Donohue mortuary, Iowa City Burial: Oakland cemetery, Iowa City. Visitation Monday at Don- obue's. and Ridgoway drive SE. p.m. Saturday. nown to leaves Vernon drive and Fail view drive SE. a.m. Sunday. Unknown ;o leaves GOO Cottage Grove av- enue SE. p.m. Sunday. Unknown to leaves in front of 5100 Gor- don avenue NW. a.m. Sunday. Unknown to leaves Vcrnon RidgcwayI Jacob J. Wildman and Fail-view drives a.m. Sunflay. Tllrff.il burning; Ninth avenue and Fourth street SE. a.m. Sunday. Ovcrhcul- eil oven 1043 Twenty-first street SE. p.m. Sunday. Unknown to leaves H avenue and Maple- wood drive NE. p.m. Sunday. Needless call 286 Lcwcllcn drive NW. p.m. Sunday. Illeca! burning: on oiled street Twelfth street NE. p.m. Sunday. Unknown lo leaves on asphalt 544 Vcrnon drive SE. p.m. Sunday. Unknown to leaves on asphalt 2201 Hid- goway drive SE. p.m. Sunday. Unknown lo urass 1935 Bover avenue SE. p.m. Sunday. Needless call 513 Ninteenth street SE. p.m. Sunday. Unknown to Brass Fourth street nnd C avemuc NE. p.m. Sunday. Faulty carburetor 1000 block Third avenue SE. a.m. Monday. Unknown to leaves 262G J street SW. Iowa Deaths Blairstown ,Joc C. Schulte, Tuesday at 10 at St. John's Catholie church. Burial: St. Pa- trick's cemetery, Watkins. Ro- sary Monday at 8 at Halver- m's. Chelsea Frank Peska, 82. Tuesday at 10 at Hrabak's where liosary will be recited p.m. Monday. Wankon Charles Sullivan 71. Tuesday at al St. Mary's Catholic Church of Ly- curgu.s. Military services at graveside. Rosary 8 p.m. Mon- day at Martin Brothers. Alburn ett Emma B. Thomas. 82. Tuesday al I al Cedar Memorial Chapel of Memorial. Vi.silalion al Cedar Memorial Monday and Tuesday aflcrnoon. West Branch Alda Hart- ley, Seattle, Wash. Wednes- day at Barker's. Oehvein Ollic Scholz, 70. Brant's. Independence Hans Henry Kuchl, 82. Tuesday at 2 1m- manuel Lutheran church. Ma- son-Hawc. Toledo Joseph E. Prusha, 74. Henderson's. Independence Winnie A. Kline, 83. Tuesday al Mason-Hawc. Cascade James Dolphin. Wednesday al Si. Knhcrts, 400 Thirty-ninth street ME, a son. Out-of-Town Births At Cnrvallis. Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Danny J. Wail, a son 20. Mr. Wall is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .lames E. Wall, ISC Wall'is Iho'dai'fihicr of Mr. ami Roici- NW; each fined SKI Max NVtnlicky. Solon. costs. At Lake Toresl. 111. To Mr. j Infoxieiilion Amies Scher- and Mrs. Georce Ora.vdon l rcr, Gordon avenue NW: Martin's church. Friends may eaH afler 7 p.m. Monday n! Overtime Parking; Albert! Delhi' Doran H Wilson Dry Cleaners, 1120 First avcnui'lfiu. Tuesday at 11, United NE; fined and costs. JMcthodisl. church. Shelly's Faulty equipment Mcrvin Manchester. Hudson, route two. Urandon Nela M. Honley, Kodnov Vari'ingum, 1247 Third Lois Mains. 244 [''ricnds may call at Cedar Me- norial funeral home after 5 sponding to hospital of and is not in "any undue pain." was married to David Holley. T' Wcsiporti Conn., and three pcrficial system of the lower Surviving are three daugh- ters, Mrs. Mien Heath, Chicago. Mrs. Melvin Cohea, Clinton, and Mrs. Emil Shull, Cedar Rapids; 10 grandchildren; and 20 great- grandchildren. Services: Tuesday at I! p.m. at the Snell-Smilh funeral home in Clinton. Friends may call until I! p.m. Monday. Asked by The Gazelle wished lo reply to his nent's charges, Kane said Burglary In Center Point A report that about j worth of equipment and tools had been stolen from Suchomel Chevrolet in Center Point has ibeen filed with the Linn county portion of ihe leg, Driscoll said, "ignored" them Sunday night Services: Chapel of Memories! Lungren said Nixon is re-'because he did not think them at a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Dcnlon Ericson of St. :5aul's United Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Nixon was readmitted to the hospital last Wednesday after Lungren found that Ihe oral an- ti-coagulanl taken at bis San p.m. Monday and at the chapel Clemenle home was working in- 1 adequately. He left the hospital Oct. 4 after 12 days of tests and treatment for phlebitis, a j inflammation. after 9 a.m. Tuesday. The cas- iet will be closed al all times. Mrs. John Castek Stella Sindelar Castek, 95, of 2132 C street SW, widow of John Castck, died early Monday after a brief illness. She waa born June (i, 1879, near Swisher. She was a member of the Western Frater-l LONG BEACH, Calif. "Voluntary" Of Ihe 12 employes in his of- fice, he said two had "voluntar- ily contributed" be- The items were taken afler the company's building was bro- ken into Thursday night, the report said. Other recent reported break- ins include lhc following: To Pay His Own Hospital Bills Iwcen them. The remainder of the in his campaign fund (as of Oct. 15) came from his own contribution (over from a rummage sale and from friends and family members. Kanu denied (he ac- cusalion Ihat he only has Demo- crats on his staff, saying four I publican. Karr Skelly station, 4705 John- son avenue NW, had in cur- rency and change stolen from a cash register, a drawer and coin-operated machines during a breakin Sunday between p.m. and p.m. Thomas Heath, 2649 fndian .Hill road, east of Cedar Rapids, I arc independent and two are worth ,of [was stolen during a breakin at ibis residence Friday. fined S30 and cosls. Kerkless driving Caniicle, -I 111 I nvenn fined and costs. Meter violalion Phillips, Vi n tc memorial fund lahliscd. Solon KcKva 81. Tuesday at Brosh's and f) a.m. St. Mary's Ulster Bomb Blast Kills 2, Injures 35 BELFAST (UPI) A stolen van packed with explosives blew up a canteen at Ballykinler army camp Monday, causing deal hand many injuries. The army said at least two soldiers were killed and other persons were injured, V. of them seriously. Most of the injured also were soldiers. Firemen who doused the flam- ing remains of lhc shattered' canteen 200 yards outside the World war Tl camp found Ihe charred body of one victim. The force of the blast shat- tered windows in a nearby pri- mary school, but none of the children was hurt. School of- ficials dismissed classes for Ihe day. An army spokesman said whoever planted the bomb knew there would be a large number of civilians and soldiers al the canteen. He called Ihe attack "completely indiscriminate." Police said Monday I hey still had no clues or motives to lead them lo Protestant and Roman Catholic extremists who havc been waging an increasing as- sassination c a m p a i g n which claimed ils ITIh victim in six where a j weeks during lhc weekend, been es-; Tho Sunday victim, an 18- ycar-old Roman Catholic, was kidnaped, beaten and shol lo nal Life Assn. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Stephen M. Svec, Cedar Rapids; Iwo sons, Joseph V. Sindelar, Cedar Rapids; Charles W. Sindelar, Casselbcrry, Fla.; nine grandchildren; 2R great- grandchildren; seven great- great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. John O'Mcra, Mus- cat inc. Services: Jancba-Kuba west Wednesday at Rev. Clarence II. a.m. by Ihe Frana. Burial: Czech National. Rosary: Tues- day. p.m. al Jancba-Kuba west where friends may call after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Memorial Services Ilrnska, Charles Turner chapel cast at p.m. Mon- day by the Rev. Dcnlon Ericson and Crescent lodfic AF and AM. Burial: National. Mr. Ilruska is survived by bis wife, the former "Anna Maria Mittelstad, to whom he was married June 20, al Everett. Wash. Richard Nixon's liospitalization is another blow to his battered finances. Nixon has no health insurance. "All hospital cosls come out of his own pocket. Someone ne- gleclcd to lake out former While House Press Sec- rclary Ron Xicglcr said Sunday. Nixon spent II days in Ihe hospital before he was dis- charged Ocl. 4. lie was runo.spilalizcd last Wednesday, and doctors say thai under Ihe best conditions he I will nol he released until the end of this week. If surgery is appears increasingly likely the 'stay could run to weeks. Nixon's Chamber Does Not Register Repair Crews I The business consumers The Linn County Heart Assn., bureau of the Cedar Rapids- Dyke funeral Infant Tbornbui'R home McGregor at local arrangements. I'enninRrotti, Bcrlha Keiehcrl First Presbyterian church at noon Monday by the Rev. John A Cedar Rapids woman told police Monday she was robbed at knife-point by two men who Shew. Burial: Cedar Memorial. U.S. ITlCeS "P M WM Turner chapel east was in j iCmKin0. iihargc of arrangements. llARTKORn. Conn. (AP) AJ Deborah S. Black, 22, of 2918 Klass Ann T r a x I e r to equalize oil avenue SE, said two Turner chapel east at .1 country will bc'mc" drovc ncr oul "lc by lhc Kord whcrc tllc-v lHllled a ___ The casket will nol he opened al Dec. 1. the church. Ilali'li, Prairie View. III., a son Oil. '17. Mrs. llalcii is the dauchter of (.'ill. and Mrs. Kdwin tl. llouejuon, (ilil I Kenl drive NK. Al Minneapolis Mr. and j YMCA: fined andiMunloeh Mrs David M. Slrarhan a Virginia Unties. ISIil D I'oim where friends T.inda Sleven dealh, police said. His body was found in a field 24 miles south- is the ilaiiRhler of Mr. and Mrs. William f'.. Kane 11132 ninth Mieci NK. slreel SW; fined S4f> Diana Heed. 1B2 1 in and costs. fter 1 Tuesday. What Cheer lioberl Maxwell (M. Tnesdav al 2 ivesl ol Belfast Sunday. His death and Ihat of Ihe army camp victim brought lo 1.095 the loll in five years of lilsler strife. P 1 e a s ;i n Monday, Gi, Burial: Turner west was in charge of financial advisers have already indicated that his money problems arc almost certain to force him to sell one of his homes, probably the es- tate al Key Biscaync, Fla. Nixon appeared certain to have a bill here lor at least 20 (lays of hospitalizalion, plus the fees of a battery of medical specialists. in cooperation with Ihe Iowa lipid research clinic at Ihe Uni- versity of Iowa college of medi- cine, is conducting a free coro- nary risk factor screening pro- gram in Cedar Hapids for men Ijedi'een Hie ages of 35 and 59. specific risks being checked are cholesterol and blnod pressure levels. Thc check takes about five minutes, and each parlicipant and his doctor will be notified confidentially of the resulls of Ihe test. Marion area Chamber of Com- merce has issued a caution to area residents who may be ap- proached by door-to-door home improvement crews, Chamber general manager Harold Ewoldt has Announced. "information reaching 1. 1) e bureau is that some of these crews 1 operating in the area have implied they 'registered' with (he Ewoldt said. He commented that there is no registration procedure with the Chamber for such opera- Eagles club rooms, 202 Seventh avenue Sli, until Nov. 15. Ap- pointments may be made by telephoning 366-0787. Predicts Ford Plan To Equalize U.S. Oil Prices Testing will be done weekdays j lions. The Chamber neither from 11 a.m. until noon at the gives approval nor disapproval. The bureau recommends that individuals exercise a "normal amount of caution" before en- tering into arrangements (or such work. Ewoldt said a list of previous jobs should be requested from an improvemenl firm and that (additional bids be obtained from local businesses for price com- parison. Woman Robbed Knifepoint Stnrbaiim, Stephen Charles West m i n s 1 e r Presbyterian chapel at a.m. Wednesday Dr. John r. Woods. Burial: tration on Tuesday, according lo switchblade knife on her and Rep. Slcelc Sleelc said that Treasury Sec- Tuesday now program will go into effec. Jeff Paper Rated As Alt-American The Jefferson high school stu- dent newspaper has received its lOlh consecutive All-American rating from the National Scho- aslic Press Assn. Compel ing against oilier bi- weekly newspapers published by the schools with enrollments be- utility cusloniers in states that are dependent on high-priced foreign oil h took a bracelet and her billfold containing The men had offered her a ride when they saw her hitchik- ing in the BOO block of Eighth av- enue SE about a.m. Mon- day. Miss Black said the two men (Continued from Page 1.) surtax proposal. Simon also said congress would approve a wind- fall profits lax on excess cor- poration profits, but he said that many corporations appear to have excessive profits now be- cause of inflation and outdated accounting methods. Simon blamed much of the nation's current economic woes on excessive government spend- ing, which he said has been the higher bills because of" that cle- drovc wnilc jcasc fur 14 of the last 15 years. pendenee. 1'iitler the js'cad of taking her home. "if (here's one thing that I .system, j they drovc out on a gravel road during this process of tween and 2.000 sli Ihe Jefferson (liillonk ro said nil importers can lllp and robbed her, designing new economic and fis- tickels to buy price-controlled sllc although she did policies, it's that wo in the ___mtrollcdj domeslic oil at per barrel. The tickets can be sold lo do- mcslic oil refiners who arc now The llc oxad lni'alio11- United States of America have men dropped her off imm0re government than we need thc 1100 block of E avenue we certainly have more dependent on cither lnlfl shc was than we're willing domestic or foreign oil, he said. Arr iid -ntli iflfnt. information Allfl 2K'.fi Ki slivi'l SW; fined S2II n il 2 Die as Trains ollide Headon U Marriages Dijsolvnd Glen Allen Mane Van and Waviv f Lloyd and I I .enion. 1 .an1.1.' i Ifnhri-l I.awMin l.vim T and llehnrah Clai Dislurhimr Iho pearr c'eeil i Mai den's. imphior. Center Poinl; fined I (icrinan Visit MOSCOW ilTII Wesl Ker-; HKFUN, Ala. ll'PI) Twr man Chancellor Helmut Schmidtjf re i g h t trains, sehedulcc arrived Monday for three ibis casl Al; of lalks, and Communist Parly minulcs aparl. hit Leader Leonid re- fined reived him al Vnnkovo airport hough nol by o do so. i others. olTim' Dun "ill" DaTewond mi" fini'iTsriil mid ens! points out of The paper earned marks of distinction in all five categories Nudged, including coverage and jconlcnt, writing and editing, rd- leadership, physical ap- pearance and photography. i Editors of the paper din iiig Ihe judging period. Ihe second land third lerms of the last Jsclmol year, were Mark Dukes owllland Dei) Slrchle. Adviser is lion system would enable lo buy some oil at bc- possiblci'wml 'pss Barrel "armed. Rural School Is Damaged to pay he said. Let a want ad help you solve your buying or selling prob- lems! Dial 398 Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone S63-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids Klsewhere to slop Ti Trance i-l on Saturday in a thunderous, fiery collision Ihat killed two and injured three! j The I-inn sheriff's office dis-i M'losed Monday thai an estimat- ed SS.OOO damage was infliclori DM properly :il the Seventh Hay Adventisl. si'hool. roule une. Marion, last Thursday night. Furniture a n d etiuipnient; ucre luriHul paint ua.s spread on walls and water dam-. was inflicted liy leaving Ihe )water 1111 and clogging drains, 'officials said. lnblisliccl in I SflTbv Tlio GoVel I e Co. nubllincd clnllv nnd Sunday nt 500 d nve SE. Cedor Rapidi, Iowa ond flnsi pmlaoe onld fit Cedar Iowa. nltls il.fl nnd Mitls icttr bcrlohon rolei hv cnrrlet 95 cenli o fly moil: Nlohl Edition and Sundav' i3.75 a J39.00 a year: M- n month. HO. 00 o vear. Olher Mater S Irrrllor lei 1AO 00 o venr. No Moll ullioni accepted In nreoi havlna rHrHf lottd Preii Ii enlitle the for reputillcotlon o lwi printed In Ihli rieMi t all AP Piwt dllpatchei Sui' Ann .Ir i'h Licrnsfs S.rltii iln lil [drive Slv fli'lp. p in. 'lo triivos Itlnc avenue Slv In III'. m Halim nkmm n Fioral fenlnsies from our arfiifi PIERSON'S "sZ" imon.i.isni .vn. NW I HPIIONJ. .Tfili-lrt7fi Send a bit of cheer with a bouquet from... 4 Seasons 311! HI Vtntn Shtp O when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST nnd GIF! SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWf.Rf.0 HOURS fVFRY DAY   

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