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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 I NAHONM WI a1 Mf* MtVtCt K>UCA»t Iv 7 AM IST #*H"«  . 'UL • I**.'' •■•* "f •••' •-• iu A J *' y- ’• ‘i-- ;• -    ...    * i  83, widow of  Ferril  John L. Thompson  John L, Thompson, 56, of 279 Tomahawk trail SE, a Cedfir! wick  Rapid* resident for the last 38  D yi d|pd Thursd followln( ,| years and a contract milk ’    ,    ;  hauler for Mid-America Dairy,  3  ^ on 8 illness. .She had been a died Thursday following a brief resident of Mcth-Wick for IOi illness. He was bom Aug. 19,(years, coming here from Daven-1918, in Clinton, Mo., and was  SfSItt! . in T.^Mi  t0 | She was born July J*. 1892, at Ruth Marie Tilson Oct. 5, 1941. I     3   Mr. Thompson was a veteran l' on d du Lac, Wis. She is sur-of World war II and a member vived by three sons, Donald, of Hanford Post, American Le-! Baraboo, Wis.; Harold, Albu-  MHVrtAtHW»CTOCAitS  ■■■■■NHI  Snow is expected Friday night over parts of tho Rockies, the north Atlantic states, the Lakes region and across the central coast. Mostly fair elsewhere.  The Weather  Hlph temperatures Thursday, low tem  peratures overnight end Irene* of elevation:  Anchorage tai] L. Angeles 44 S3 Atlanta .. S3 ll Miami . 71 «* .04 Bismarck JO IS .04 Min'apolls    40    33  Chicago ..37 30    N. Orleans    54    43  Denver ....43 31    New York    S0    43  Oviuth ...JI 38    Phoenix .43    30  Honolulu 04 74 Houston .. «3 54  gasoline at accident scene al  Park court and Second avenue pro- SE.  10:50 a.m. Thursday. Mistaken alarm at 2445 Lauren drive SW.  Saturday at 9:30 at St. Patrick’s Catholic church, Tama. Burial: Holy Trinity cemetery, rural Vining. Rosary Friday at 6:45 at Mason-Hand’s, Tama.  Walker — William Henry Brugman, 85. Monday at 1:30 at Murdoch's, Walker, where friends may call after 4 Saturday.  Keota — F. Lulu Randolph, 97. Powell’s, where friends may call after 4 Saturday.  Amana — Mrs. Carl G. Neu-  8:32 p.m. Thursday. Burned  ESSE* 44 4i 36 food on stove at 4233 Council .     we V“  w.shinoton 54 35 street NE.    haver, 89, Waterloo, formerly  Extended Forecast — No rain 9*4 p.m. Thursday. Backfire Amana. Parrott and Wood, is expected Sunday through through carburetor at Third  Waterloo >Monday.  Tuesday with lows in the low    Fourteenth    avenue  teens to low 20s and highs in 20s to mid 30s.  Obituaries  Mrs. Ferril Davis Maude M. Davis, 83. Moth manor,  he Cedar Rapids Gazette: lr!., December 13, 1974  gion. He was a member of the Baptist church at Calhoun, Mo., and Mizpah lodge, AF & AM, Cedar Rapids Consistory, El Kahir Shrine and the Elks club.  Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter, Joan, at home; two sons, Dr. Robert Thompson, Eldora, and John Douglas Thompson, Cedar Rapids; two grandsons; his mother, Mrs. G. Jewel Barker, Kansas City; and his father, Amon L. Thompson, Leawood, Kan.; and a brother, Howard, Calhoun, Mo.  Services: Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Saturday by Dr. George W. Carlson of the First Lutheran church and Mizpah lodge AF & AM. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east until 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The casket will not bel opened after the service. All Master Masons are asked to meet with Mizpah lodge at Turner east by 2:45 p.m. Saturday to attend the service.  querque, N M., and Robert, Ontario, Ore.  The body was taken from Turner chapel west to the Candyh funeral home in Fond du Lac for services Saturday. Burial will be in Fond du Lac.  Memorial Services  ll SHOPPING DAYS  * ■ TILL CHRISTMAS  New C. R. Bridge Open for Traffic  Delayed several times, the city’s new Twelfth avenue bridge over the Cedar river was opened to traffic at 2 p.m. Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.  Mayor Don Canney was to preside at the ribbon-cutting at the west end of the bridge.  Morris, Dorothy Graham —  Turner chapel east at 1:30 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. John Shew. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east until I p.m. Saturday. The casket will not be opened after the service.  Temeyer, Helen C. — I p.m. Saturday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Russell C. Striffler, chaplain at St. Luke’s hospital. Burial: Cedar Memo- them, rial. Arrangements by Cedar' Memorial funeral home.  Williams, Robert G. — Services were held today at St.  Jude’s Catholic church by the Rev. Richard Ament. Burial:  St. Joseph’s cemetery, Stark Settlement. The Teahen funeral home was in charge of the arrangements.  Four Persons Sentenced in Linn Court  Four persons have been sentenced or received deferred sentences in Linn district court on guilty pleas to charges against  SE.  2:15 a.m. Friday. Flush gasoline at accident scene at First avenue and Tenth street E.  C. R. Weather  9:45 a.m. Friday. Welder to  High Thursday ...............41 ;  dust in grain elevator at 436 G  Low overnight ........—.. .30 avenue NW.  Noon Friday .................36    Magistrate's    Court  2 p. m.  ...................    .    38    speeding    —    Janice    Amfahr,  Precipitation .............Trace    1317 Oakland road NE; Steven  Total for December ....... 0.19    Murray. 2135 Blairs Ferry  7 Labor Leaders Expected Edgewood Manor J Q  Quit Demo Committee  Asks Rezoning For Expansion  Normal for December ......1.43  Normal through December 33.18  Total for 1974 .............. 39.40  Barometer, rising ........29.99  Humidity at noon  99%  Wind direction and velocity at 2 p. rn. SW at 6 mph.  Sun rises Saturday, 7:27; sun sets, 4:36.  Year Ago Today — High, 30; low, 19; rainfall none.  Traveler's Forecast  Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo  Bismarck.....Cloudy 24-11  Chicago  PtCldy 37-26  Cincinnati ..... Cloudy    38-24  Cleveland  Cloudy 38-24  Des Moines    ..... Snow    31-21  Detroit........PtCldy    33-23  Indianapolis    ...    Cloudy 37-25  Kansas City    ..    Cloudy 43-30  Milwaukee  Cloudy 30-22  Mpls.-St. Paul ..    Cloudy 28-18  Omaha .........Cloudy    33-19  St Louis........Cloudy    42-28  Sioux Falls..... PtCldy 27-12  Degree Days  road NE; William Shorter,  Davenport; Wayne Zieser, 1006 Thirty-sixth street SE; Larry Johnson, 2345 Fifth avenue,  Marion; Alan Fisher, Solon;  Mark Bamd, 520 Twelfth  street, Marion; Donald Stroh- __________ <   man, Lisbon; Jack High, 6813! ,    .  Inwood lane NE; Donald Coon,  me Clt y  clcrk  Hiawatha; Steven Anderson,  208 Eleventh street NW; Delane Kalina, 182ft Williams boulevard SW; Timothy Nott, 104 Summer circle NE; George Sebers, 136 Josephine lane NW; Richard Schulte, 521 Green Valley court SE; Lynn Hudson, Ridgeway, Colo.; Pamela Grimm, Solon; each tined $30 and costs. Larry Brecht,  135 Twentieth avenue SW;  James Null, 3725 Beecher court NW; each fined $25 and costs. Robert Dee, Springville;  Douglas Long, route three,  Cedar Rapids; Reginald Horak,  1156 O avenue NW; Peter Buschman, 1644 First avenue NE; William Kamberling, Mt.  Vernon; Robert Russell-Tuttv,  6527 Boxwood lane NE; Daniel Travis, 760 Forty-third street NE; John Kurtz, 6801 Arbor lane NE; Jane Zanatti, Manito-  Thursday ............... 36    woe,    111.;    Robert    Gaston,    Mt.  Total to date .    • • 2,006  Through Dec. 12, 1973 ...1,655 Percent of normal year .. 30.2 Total normal year .....6,631  Coralville Lake  Pool level Friday .......683.15  Marriage Licenses  Eleanor Congletcn and Roger Carman, Glenda Stallman and Patrick Noceolai, Marsha Ax-mear and Larry Erb, Joyce Cook and Raymond Patterson,  Diana Smith and Barry Ash,  Linda Hazewinkel and Dennis Dunek, all of Cedar Rapids.  Linda Lanning, Toddville, and Marvin Morris, Center Point.  Ann Kimball, Cedar Rapids, and Harley Gingerich, Ely.  Carol Curry, Cedar Rapids, and Richard Woolery, Freeport, 111.  Marriages Dissolved  Bruce F. and Joyce R.  Graves. Carol Ann and John E.  Wlrtz. Vergermaine and Joaeph W. Klima Mary Frances and George Hinckley Schell. Kathleen M. and Carl W. Wallig.  Marita O. and Floyd T. Parsons. Jon C. and Christine R.  Hankemeier. Deanea and William L. Graybill.  Births — Mercy  Dec. |2 — To the families of Jeff Playman, 3011 Sixth street SW, Apt. 8, a daughter;  Mike Stallman. 3204 Ravenwood NW, a daughter.  Dec. 13 — To the families of Patrick O’Donnell, 3000 J street SW, Apt. 2001, a Bon;  Gerald Zareuba. 44 Twenty-seventh avenue SW, a son.  Births — St. Luke’s  Dec. 12 — To the families of Michael Franks, Ely, a daughter; Willard Horak, Center Point, a daughter; Allan Harms. 4302 Twin Pine drive NE, a son; Allen Hansen,  Vernon; each fined $20 and costs.  Traffic signal violation —  Larry Finn, 1709 Fourteenth avenue SW; Darlene Oakley, 2420 Tenth avenue, Marion; Ralph Bush, 4312 F avenue NE; Thomas Hennessey, 115 Sixth street SW; each fined $15 and costs. Jack Ranney, 36R Park terrace SE; fined $10 and costs.  Assembled gun In car —  Randy Hagerman, Central City; fined $25 and costs.  Hunting license violation — Richard Powers, Central City; fined $25 and costs.  Turning violation — Robert Hall, Hiawatha; fined $15 and coats.  Passing violation Jones, Walker; fined $50 and j coats.  Faulty equipment — Thomas Farland, 2460 First avenue NW; fined $10 and costs  Resisting an officer — Michael Sevart, 2601 Thirty-third avenue SW; fined $15 and costs.  Vehicle control violation —  Paul Espe, 1025 Sixteenth avenue SE; fined $25 and costs.  Drive on wrong side — Steven Rooks, 2723 Southland street SW; fined $10 and costs.  Iowa Deaths  Waukon — Ben Peterson, 81.  Saturday at 10:30, First Presby-terian church. Military rites at graveside. Martin's.  Elkader — Goldie Hoffman, 65. Monday at 1:30 ut Witt’s where friends may call after I Sunday.  Vinton — Nora Merchant, 84. Monday at IO at St. Mary’s Catholic church. Visitation after 7 Saturday and Rosary 7:30 Sunday at Campbell’s.  Dysart — Claude T. Mitchell, 90. Monday at I at Geneseo United Methodist church  Officials of Edgewood Manor Care, Inc., 200 Give drive SW, have requested rezoning of nearly three acres of land north of the present site to permit construction of another health care facility.  In a rezoning request filed in s office Friday, Thomas F. Juchette of Edgewood manor asked that the land be rezoned from R-l residential to R T, residential transitional.  A 30,419 square foot one-story nursing home is proposed for the site.  In the request, Juchette said there is a need for long-term care beds in the area, and that rezoning of the area would act as a buffer between existing residential and industrial areas.  The facility would contain IOO beds and provide basic nursing home care.  LOS ANGELES (UPI) — definition are most workers, se-Seven or more labor leaders are expected to resign from the Democratic national committee next week, charging the party  has  Robert T. Cheeseman was sentenced to up ot five years in the reformatory at Anamosa on his guilty plea to a charge of rape.  The 21-year-old Cedar Rapids man was accused in connection with an incident at knifepoint involving a 24-year-old woman at her northeast Cedar Rapids residence May 16.  Judge Loins Schultz said he imposed the minimum sentence because it was recommended by the county attorney and the vie-  Gaal Charged with Assault, Resistance  James Gaal, 31, of 509 Fifth avenue SE, was charged Thursday with assault and battery in the beating of a man who suffered a three-inch gash on his head.  Gaal was charged with heating Jack Dale, 1120 Second street SE. after they left a tavern about 9:30 p m. Thursday to take a car ride. Dale, treated at  been taken over by the "new left,” the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.  AFL-CIO leaders feel they were snubbed at the party’s mid-term convention in Kansas City last week and are ready to bolt, reported Times labor writer Harry Bernstein.  "Plans have been made for a group of union officials to meet next week in Washington to finalize tentative decisions for seven or more of them to resign from the committee in the after-math of what they contend was the shabby treatment of labor” at the convention, the Times said.  Those preparing to resign "are generally identified with the position of AFLrCIO President George Meany, and Alexander Barkan, national director of the AFLrCIO Committee on Political Education,” the report said.  ‘‘Run by New Left"  It quoted an unidentified labor official as saving "the (Democratic) party is now being run bv new left people who disagree H o .a rJI I n o    tory' 8  talc, a broken glass pane  with them (the AFLrCIO lead- L'Cauline. Quiver  jn # g  ^nt*. filled  ers). The new left people are WASHINGTON — Rep. John with office supplies dumped, those who helped push through ^ Culver Thursday called for four wood chairs broken, two the nomination of Sen. Mc-  gn end  ^  the amnesty  p rogr am picture frames broken and a  nior citizens, Jews, Catholics tim.  and other segments of what was .    ^    *    *    ,  ....    .    .    I    Lynn D. Boots received a sen-  once a united coalition of forces . '    .  m  .    ..  tence of a year in the county  called the Democratic party,” jail, with six months suspended. Zack said.    on his guilty plea to a breaking  He said the labor leaders re- and entering charge, sent being put in a position in The 24-year-old Cedar Rapids which they appear to be against man was accused of breaking minorities.    Into a southwest Cedar Rapids  “Racist Brush”    business Sept. 19.    ^  "The AFLCIO has been the Dave M. Fuller was given a key element of victory in all chance to erase his breaking civil rights laws passed at both and entering conviction by refile state and national level, and maining on good behavior for it is a lie to try and tar us with two years on a deferred: sen-the racist brush,” he said. j tence |>rob3tion.  The Times said that the AFL | The 19-year-old Cedar Rapids CIO is not united on the issue, man was accused of breaking with a number of leaders of into a southeast Cedar Rapids "large and influential unions In record shop Sept. 27. disagreement with what is being    *    *    *  called ‘the Barkan position’ ” Jan/s L. Welland wa* given The Times identified the lead- chance to erase a charge of liters expected to resign as tering a forged instrument by George Hardy and S. Frank remaining on good behavior on R a f e r t y , * AFLCIO vice- a deferred sentence probation, presidents; Steelworkers Pres- The 25-year-old Cedar Rapids ident Joseph Maloney, and State woman was accused of passing AFLCIO Presidents William a $24.24 check at a Mt. Vernon Marshall of Michigan, David;grocery July 23, with the name Roe of Minnesota, Victor Bussie of a Cedar Rapids woman of Louisiana and Herbert Ma-forged on the stolen check, bery of Georgia.  Plaque, 52 Years Later  At Thursday night's annual meeting of its medical staff, Mercy hospital presented recognition plaques to all of the staff's former presidents. Among them was Dr. W. J. Neuzil, 2343 Grande avenue SE, who was the staff's first president 52 years ago — from 1921 to 1922. Dr. Neuzil now is 89 and retired.  Steger Pleads Guilty to One Drug Charge  Ayers Gets 40-Year Term For Murder  Vandal:.—  Extend Clemency (Continued from Page I.)  Gary Joseph Steger, 22, of 1800 Seventh avenue SE, Eddie Ayers has been sen-changed his plea to guilty Fri- ^oed to serve up to 40 years in  day in Cedar Rapids federal    reformatory at Anamosa on  ... his guilty plea to a charge of court to one count of an indict-  socond . degroe murder .  ment charging him with posses- ^ jj. yeard)ld    Rapids   sion of amphetamine tablets  man  „as sentenced in Linn dis-  with intent to deliver.    trict court Friday in connection  Steger did not change his plea with the shooting death of John  on another count dealing    S'to*  street SE Sept. I.  large piece of glass covering a desk was smashed. Several office machines were also dam-  Govem as tho party s 1972 pre- requirement for alternative sen sidential candidate.    Jvice    for    those    who have already  AFLCIO spokesman Al Zack  served  ^ fe<j cra i prisons.  Mercy hospital and released,|w a s quoted as confirming ^  I(wa  ggnator^iect also aged  told police he did not know serious plans by labor leaders  a  fj V e-month extension to No arrests have been made where the beating took place to resign.    jj uiie     30,    1975,    the clemency The building was reported  nor how he got to the hospital. "The Democratic party s t rue-  ( j ea( jji ne ’  Police arrested Gaal at Merli- hire is now catering exclusively;  In g    to  ^ ^hite House  checked during the night by se- j* ™    John, IO, in which less than $10  curity guards who discovered ted possessing WX dmphttami ^  taken   importation of cocaine, but  Asst. VS. Atty. Robert .Sikma ^     by   said this charge would be judge Clinton Shaeffer. was rec-dropped when Steger is sen- ommended by the county attor-tenced on the first offense.    ney.    A    defense attorney  Steger had been scheduled to described ii;e recommender(sen-go on trial Monday along with  en ce as being fair and in the in-  Jchn William Dodge, 22, of the  terest of  J U8t,cc -same address. Dodge was In an apparent reference to named in three    counts of    the    the fact thai a sentence    of a  our-count    indictment    on    term of years permits an    early  charges of importation and pos- parole, the defense attorney session of amphetamines with spoke of Ayers’ becoming reha-intent to distribute.    jbilitated and entering again into  Sikma noted in court Friday  s0 £ iety .. .    .    .    .    .    .  Steger has agreed to cooperate .  He     ^*  a ! ten  ^  with the government by provide Jf ?^f re6  ^ . f «‘ in* information in connection habilitation, admitting wrongdo-  with the charges against Dodge. * n ^ A J crs ' ^ asked whether A third man,    Guillermo    Gu-    he had any comments to    make  tierrez of Call,    Columbia,    *a.s    ™ore being sentenced, said he  also indicted bv the federal . w “ 90r 7 l< *  what .£ haddie grand jury Nov. 19. He has not! ^  sho ° tin S’  w ‘ tha 22 cal * been extradited, however.    P* t0, > took place during an ap-  In court Friday, Steger admit- ?*™*  A  robbcr y Be yin f •«.  TVmniH  83 8  Tap, 862 Fifth avenue SE. ito blacks, bi owns, youth and r^ver said he believed these noshing out of the ordinary.    ,    table    ts    Aug.    Second-degree   Donald     TZ_____I______ —J —a..sta that uuver sam ne Benami mew p,.^ principal K e n n e t h planned to use some and sell the ^^ecwo-aegree  Gaal was charged with resisting women, and excluded by that an officer following his arrest.  Bond was set at $125 on both kvl^n | r  Arriicpr! charges and Gaal was being iIV ' an ,S  ^ CCU5ea   held in the county jail.  Two Guns Are Reported Taken  Clarence Brockman, route one. Marion, reported to the Linn sheriff’s office that his residence was broken into while he was at work Thursday.  Reported stolen were a television set, a shotgun, a rifle, some  Of Passing Fake Bill in Dubuque  two moves would "help America put behind it an era of divisiveness and bitterness.” Culver wrote "alternative service amounts to additional punishment for individuals who liave already served penalties  _ .    ,      imposed    by    the    federal courts.”  Dubuque man has been,  IIc said hp was  .. dbtressod by   murder calls  ,, .     t     iv>    a    sentence    of    a    term    of    ten  Steine said classes at the school  re?l -     vean5    OP     ^    „    iif ft   were not affected by the dam- Sentencing of Steger, who is  or  ™ re or a llfe   a g e     free    on his own recognizance.    _  "We just cleaned up the mess  wa8  delayed pending a presen-    ,  and went back to class," he tence report. Maximum sen- ^/0/'k HI Cl GS f said    tence    on. the one count is five:  n  > >    r •#  * * *    ,years    imprisonment, a $15,000 r\0 DDG Ty    I CHIS  An estimated $2,500 damage fine, or both.  charged by the federal govern- ^  re|ativp| sma]1 number of  was reported at Truman school,|    .  •Rent with attempting to p iss  yQunR men wh<> haye appHed  441 West Post road NW, where Skltch S Trial Ends:  counterfeit $20 bills in a Du bu que bar Nov. 17.  for clemency" under President  According to a complaint filed  !  ?!jj    is    permitted     was    a,s0     sported    in    the    cafete  „ . to expire on Jan JI, 1975. as is  ri »  where  • <*** ? nd  1 »  drink  Mein  j i i__j_    ing    fountain    were    broken.  by Asst. U.S. Atty. Robert  Sikma. VUlliam James Klein    hundreds  ------------  purchased    a drink ut the King     even    thousands  - rf in-  liquor and other items. Value of    pubs tavern and paid    for it     dividua j s wi]1    lose    the  opportuni-  the items was estimated to be a f a ^ e     ty    to    join    the    mainstream    of  about $300 or $400.    He allegedly purchased a sec-  ican life  »  vee    ond drink with another counter-    __________  The Hawkeye Sky club re-    f®*t $20 bill, at which time the j    .    , ^    ,  ported its building on Wilder    bartender became suspicious    * bf    Cfmir    MnjwlB  drive SE was broken into    and questioned the man.  Wednesday evening and a kcro-    Klein reportedly fled    at this  sene heater, a fire extinguisher!point and was apprehended by  die tavern owner and two em-  paint was poured over office)  c  »  r ;  machinery and files. Damage Second Conviction  NEW YORK (AP) - The nine-dav federal trial of conductor  A man wearing a white stocking cap and armed with a chrome knife with a ten-inch blade tried to rob a Cedar Rapids Grocery store Thursday but left empty handed when a clerk ran into the basement.  The clerk, Douglas Dighton,  _______    and    drop    cord    were stolen.  Clarence, son; Ronald lt < »z i nek,jQ verton * Si  Dysart.    i    Value    of    the    item*,    was estimat-lploycs. According lo authorities,  Vinton, a daughter.    j ^t. Lucas — Mrs. John Mihin.  d  . *jgn    (Klein    fired    a    shot as he ran.  Out-of-Town Births 'gfirSS&'fcMFfe*    *    *    *    |    Kid,,    w,s    «h«.uU-.l to ap.v-ar  At Columbus. Ohio — Mr Friday at 8 an ) K( Rosary at A Unit deputy discovered at before U.S. Magistrate James  and    Mrs.    Curtis    Hungerford,    a    a 3o ut Burnham    and Wood’s,    3.45  a m>  Friday that the Shell  daughter    Dec.    1°. HungerfordI    is    West Union.    station at Springville had been  the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter: Thornburg — Glen LL ,    . ,    . .? ...    ., ..  1724 Grande ave- i Adams, 65. Saturday at 2 at I broken into. Authorities said the!  Harding funeral    ehajxd, West    deputy apparently scared thelonties    on    additional    charges    in  Union. Burial: Garrett come-    burglar away, since no items • connection    with    the    Nov.    17 in-.  Hungerford, nue SE  Hodges Friday afternoon, bu' the hearing was post[xmed as | he is being held by state auth-  E siobll*h«d In IHI bv Th* Calotte Co. nna published doily ond Sunday of 500 Third avo. SE. C*dor Rapids. Iowa 52406 Sf(.onti dots posies* paid at Cader Rapids Iowa  Subsr Option rot** by torrlar OS cants a w««* Bv moil: Nieht Edition ond Sunday ti Issues 13 75 a month, SJI OO a year At.  t*r noon Editions and Sunday 7 .*su*s S315 o month, 140.00 a year Othar states and u S territories 540 OO a y*or. No Moll Subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service.  The Associated Press Is entitled exclusivity to th* us* tor republication of on tt y loc al news printed in this news paper as well as an AP nows dispatches.  Skitch Henderson has ended Several fixtures in a restroom, with his conviction on a second 1115 Daniels street NE, told po-at Truman school were also count of filing a false income lice he was in the back of Nel-reported broken.    tax statement that claimed a son’s Grocery store, 1556 B ave-  *    *    *    $350,000 donation of music to th* nue NE, when he heard someone  Damage from a breakin at !  University of Wisconsin.    I enter. Dighton looked down an  Adams school, 1635 Linmar The former music director oi aisle and saw the man, who was drive NE, was estimated at|NBC-TV’s "Tonight Show”!staggering and appeared to be $100.    could get up to three years in intoxicated  Police    said    $1 was    taken and    prison and a $5,000 fine on each    As Dighton ran to the stair-  conviction when he is sentenced    way to the basement, the man  in U. S. district court Jan. 15.    yelled, "Hey, come here."  I The jury deliberated 20 hours    The man left without    any  over three days but could not    money after Dighton hid, police  No    estimate    of    damage    at    decide on a tax evasion charge.: said. The suspect was described  Coolidge school, 6225 First ave- Judge Edward Weinfeld finally as being young and wearing the nue SW, was reported. Police | dismissed on Thursday the stocking cap over his face and said entry to the principal’s of-1 charge that Henderson evaded a dark * colored waist - length I fice was attempted, but was not more than $40,000 in taxes. jacket.  four light domes were broken. 'Offices and the library were  )ransacked.  * * #  5:25 p.m.  Fires  Thursday. Hu*h  tory.  Toledo  Mary Biley, 91.  were found missing.  I cident.  Express Your ■ Sorrow With Flowers  - aa    rtowtr  4 Seasons skop  3021 Mf. Vernon Sd. 363-5885  Soy it with  PIERSON’sHr*  IHM KLUS SU O. NW  ■"'"■■Kl MMUS--  BROSH CHAPEL  Odar Rapids  oled to I'ublir Service"  Inquire About (Kir Pre-arranged Services  Solon  JOHN E. TAPES  (lower*  for all occasions  306 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511  let our flowers speak for you  FLORIST and GIFT SHOP  364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day   

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