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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NATION At WI At Hit SI ftVICt FORECAST *# IMA lit  Milo V. Nemecek  Milo V. Nemecek, 80, of 3020  Robert Tharp  Robert Tharp, 54. Ozone Park,  Bever avenue SE. died Sunday N Y., died there Saturday. He following a brief illness.    livi d in Cedar Rapids some  9n   Born June 6, 1894, in Cedar yrars ago.  Rapids, he had been a life-long Survivors include his wife, the resident of this city and hadj    former Catherine Noble of  been a machinist for Quaker    Cedar Rapids, to whom he was  Oats Co. for 35 years. He was a married May 6, 1948.  member of the International    Services: Thursday at 9:40 at    ^    -  Assn. of Machinists and a veter-    )upont-l)armstadt funeral    \sOU PC 11 uOyS  an of World war I.    home,    Hew    Gardens,    N    Y  Surviving .in- one daughterJP    ~  Memorial Services Probably Okay  Myers, Lillian C "------  1   UM WI ATMI* IOTOCAM ®  Snow is expected Monday night from the central Rockies into carts of the mid Mississippi valley. Rain is expected from Oklahoma to Ohio. Mostly fair elsewhere.  Mrs. Donald Stastny, Cedar Rapids; two sons, Ivan Nemecek, Lawrence, Ran., and Dr. Dean Nemecek, Rochester, N.Y.; seven grandchildren and one sifter, Mrs. Fred Young, Cedar Rapids.  Services: Turner chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Thursday by the Rev. William Harnish. Burial: Cedar Memorial Friends may call at Turner’s west until I p.m. Thursday. The casket will not be open after the service. The family suggest that friends I may, if they wish, contribute to the Cancer Fund.  .The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., December 23, 1974    3  B    Another    Woe    for C. R.  I Family; Gifts Stolen  By Roland Kneeler    rest for six other children and  A Cedar Rapids woman hopes  a dau Rhter-in law.  a thief who stole items from her* She said she parked as close  car at the K mart west parking  as she could t0  the entrance,  . . c .    ...    ,    since she was unable to lock the  lot Sunday evening will return  statjon wagon thinkjng that   them if he finds out they repre-1 since it was parked in a well-sent nearly all her family’s lighted area no one would have Christmas gifts, bought with! the nerv e to steal the presents.  borrowed money.    . « ' vhen cam «  wl ab ° ut ,  ,    ,    ,    ,    6:30, she said, the gifts, most    of  In case her plea does not j n a re( j plastic sack  work, anyone    who saw someone    1 and one in a box, were gone.  Linn Sheriff Walter Grant was    taking items    from    a blue 1964    This is not the first stroke    of  SHOPPING DAY  TILL CHRISTMAS  Sheriff Films  Turner 1 chapel east at 1:30 p.m. Tues  day by Dr. Arnold Herbst.j told Monday he can probably Buick station wagon parked bad luck for the Hartman fami-  Friends may c^all at Turner*eastj continue to show law enforce-    ^  training films in local  5:30 or 6:30  P* 01 *. Sunday  f Mrs  Hartman said her hus  may report to police informa-  crvice. The family suggests'hotel and mole! meeting rooms., ion  , hat migh , be helpful    X    this    .ar    ta    «  I without causing the host cs-catching the thief.    ?!    USS    22.    T  band has teen laid off from sev-  was a  construction worker) and is un-  Methodist church.  Sexton, 45. Tuesday at IO, St.; Bridget’s Catholic church.I Bluffton. Burial: St. Benedict’s; cemetery, Decorah. Rosary  Minerve Cline  Minerve M. Pyatt Cline.  83,  The Weather  High temperature* Sunday, toy,' temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation  Anchorage    25    23    L Angeles    *5 45  Atlanta    60    33    M.ami    75 69  Bismarck    32    to    .47    Mm'apotis    34 25  Chicago ..    42    31    N. Orleans    69 57  Denver ..    48    28    .01    New York    43 33  Duluth    25    24    .16    Phoenix .    70 47  Honolulu    85    72    .17    Seattle    42 31  Houston .    7*    64    washington    47 30  Magistrate s Court  jllam!i 59 Tucsday at   Speeding — Carl Gaulkc.j corah    Lutheran church  route two, Marion; fined $45|steine’s  Monday at 8 and 9, OLson-T"jel-^ ormer ]y  0 f 2435 Franklin ave-  ,'    .     XT     ■■■■■...—    nue NE, died Sunday in a local  Decorah — Norris Pat WH- .    ’    ,    #.*    ,  2, De-  nursin 8 home  a * ter a  l° n 8   1  illness.  until I p.m. Tuesday. The eas-  m( . n ( ket will not be opened after the  se  that iruMius "»«y , ii uic> ^* B “, I without causing the host cs-catching  contribute to the American!    ®    ,  Diabetes Assn. or to the memo- tablishmcnts to lose their liquor    Dennis    Hartman    told    employed    now.    Also,    their    resi-  rial fund of St. Pauls Ignited privileges.    ^ 1(>     Gazette her family does not (jence was broken into twice last  have a phone, but that if the  summer a nd several items stolen.  Mrs. Hartman is the only wage earner in the family, she said, making $2.80 an hour operating an ironer and related activities. Hartman is trying to get into truck driving, she said.  Born Nov. 19, 1891, in Dundas,  Public Service Christmas Schedules Told  Except for the Johnson county SEATS bus service for the elderly. things will be pretty much at a standstill Christmas day.  Although the Johnson county system will run, the Linn county SEATS buses will not  Grant asked the Cedar Rapids  thjcf doe " s wan( return lhe   T  0rdina " ce ,f°-,Christmas gifts they should be minting the showing of films 1   C. R. Weather  High Sunday .............  Ix)w overnight ...........  Noon Monday ...  2 p.m. Monday  Fain n?f lS Tr h**pTnl^r     s *K° urnev     —    Addle    Rynear-    Minn.,    she had made her home I™** Wednesday. And the SEATS  Fairland Iud. Paul Gilchnst,  g 9, Lombard, 111. Thursday Lu  h a  daughter Mrs Edward  dls P atch off,ce wlU c,ose at 2  tL 0 , n . e i. h i U SE;  J  Charl S !  u f. 0 itf c11 - at 2, Reynolds’, where friends I™"  d t ‘ au R m< ‘ r -  Mrs - Mward,  Tuesdav   4631 Midway dnve NW, Diana  may ca |] after noon Wednes- Wagner.    ...    .    I     .  Johnson. 950 Twelfth street. 74...,     Iri    Mrc     u/ Qflnor     City    hall    will    be    closed  Marion; Thomas Appleby, 410  dd ‘V.     T     «    ,    .    In    addition    to    Mrs.    Wagner,    •    „     h    ff   Anamosa — Leo R Ankeny, she is survived by a son. James! Vc ,  d     L  72. Cremation; no services.    Pyatt    Hutchinson    Ran • two  10     *edeiral    building.The Linn  Second street SVV; Randy Bul-41 man, 369 Seventeenth street 2g SE; Milton Turner, 1731 Four-  40  41  teenth avenue SE; Dean Hart man, Palo; Joseph Engel, route two, Cedar Rapids; Frank Saz  Precipitation '...............None|pal.    Swisher;    each    fined    $30  mal# r,  n  7t  t and costs. James Ridings, 5110  Iotal for December  ...... j  s t r eet gw; Steven Lee, 134  Normal for December ......1.43; Nineteenth street NW; Randal  Normal thru December ....33.18 Ridenour. 212 H Eighteenth  Total for 1974 ............. fe*  NE; Jcny Sc 'l M ^ ,0 * h ;  182d Bever avenue SE; Daniel  Barometer, rising .........30.09  Humidity at noon..........73%  Wind direction and velocity at 2 p m., calm.  Sun rises Tuesday, 7:33; sun sets. 4:40.  Year Ago Today — High, 32; low, 30; precipitation , 0.24.  Traveler's Forecast  Dysart — Elizabeth Skersick, 85. Thursday at IO at Overton’s, Dysart.  daughters, Mrs. Howard French, Lewellen, Neb., and  Independence - Keith Wil- Mrs. Edward Wagner, Cedar son, 54. Tuesday at 9 tat St. Rapids: a stepson, Albert John’s. Parish Rosary Monday at 3 and wake service at 7 at White’s. Burial:    Immaculate  Conception cemetery, Fairbank.  Oelwein — Bessie Fisher, 50.  Tuesday at 10:30 at Grace United Methodist church.  county courthouse will close at noon Tuesday and remain closed Christmas day.  Those wanting marriage li-j  and slides in establishments! with liquor licenses would apply to his training materials.  “This throws a terrific handicap on training programs we have,” the sheriff complained.  Mayor Don Canney said he “doubts very' seriously” if the council would revoke or suspend a license under the conditions Grant described.  He refused to promise that wouldn’t happen, though. He said if the films were shown in the same room and at the same time as liquor was being served, the council might decide to take action.  taken to their residence at 1337 Fourth street NW.  She said she had borrowed money for the gifts and spent about $150 on them, when she remembered there was another gift she wanted to buy, so she stopped at the shopping center. Many of the gifts were for a 2-vear-old son and the  Her former husband, the father of five of the children, had been supplying considerable support for them, she said, until he was burned in a car explosion at a Cedar Rapids salvage yard on May 6.  ery of the Abu Rodeis oil fields, B is discouraging, she noted the strategic Mitla and Jidi tearfully, to have to pay the mountain passes, or both. Israel money back to the credit union, is seeking a number of political  an ^ y e t h av e nothing to show  Mid-East—-  (Continued from Page I.)  concessions in return.  \ city attorney's opinion last Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal  for it.  week said the enforcement of Alloo has made it plain that any Sees Possible  Bra ut-Kerns’    |    p r iends    may    call at Stewart   v   Mt ’     Im °8f n     B.    f unera ]    home Tuesday from 9  Emery, 87. Turned chapel east, i    “ .    __    . \    ....  'a rn to d p m. The body will tx  Cedar Rapids.  Tuesday  Weather, Hi-Lo  Bismarck .......Cloudy 14-IB  Chicago ..........Snow    32-22  Cincinnati  Shwrs 50-32  Cleveland .........Rain    43-33  Des Moines ......    Snow 28-12  Detroit ........Cloudy    39-23  Indianapolis .......Rain    46-34  Kansas City.......Snow    30-2G  Milwaukee  Cloudy 34-27  Mpls.-St. Paul Cloudy 21-7  Omaha..........Cloudy    27-14  St. Louis ..........Rain    40-25    ........  Sioux Falls    Cloudy    19-51    575     anc j    costs  (B) Below zero  Reilly, 1500 Oakland road NE;  Vallie Lucas, Mt. Vernon; Ronald Downs, 912 Eighth avenue SE; Michael Smith, 228 Twenty-seventh s t r e et NW;  Charles Marsh, 1366 Third street NW: Gary Bovles, 507 Second street SW; each fined S20 and costs.  Right-of-way violation —  Debra Shebetka, route two,  Cedar Rapids; fined $29 andl  A    man    rpported     ,  Vehicle control violation - I? 1 '** a billfold containing more George Glass, 813 Eighteenth than $4,500 in cash, checks and street SE; fined $30 and costs, a money order was lost or sto-Jerome Turner, route one, i en  Saturday afternoon  Russell Callahan told police  $4,500 Missing In C. R. Market  taken to Parker funeral home, Faribault. Minn., where services will be conducted Friday at ll am. Burial: Oakwood cemetery. Austin, Minn.  Intervention In Middle East  BONN. West Germany (AP) —West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt said joint interven-  Cline. Cedar Rapids, and two' 060868  ^ or  weekend weddings;the ordinance, as well as the agreement must include steps stepdaughters.    Mrs. G r a c e h™; 5 *  a PPty By noon Tuesday.    definition of    what “patrons” sig-    by Egypt toward recognition of  Kleinhans and    Mrs. Edward,  ( ’ ar ba£e pick-up will not be    nifies in the    context of the ordi-    the Jewish state.  Bednasek.    both of Cedar imade  Wednesday, and the    nance, would be a policy deci-    Sources said these could in-  Ranids eieht    grandchildren *  sc ^ edu ^ e  will be set back a day.    sion for the    council to make in    dude a pledge not to support  and four great-grandchildren.    buses will not run Christ- each case.    guerilla    activities    and    to    cease   mas da >    The ordinance, on the books economic and propaganda war-  The Cedar Rapids public Ii- since 1971, came to public attern fare as well as allowing third-    ak    *  teary will close at I p.m. Tues- tion recently when a furor de- country merchant ships carry- J 1 , 00     ®    iliw  day adn reopen Thursday. The    veloped over a proposed substi-    ing cargo for Israel — and with     a . m< 2?    . P® 55  lf ^  post office will close Wednesday; tute    ordinance.    The substitute    Israeli seamen aboard —    die Last lf the OU problem    or a  only.     was     withdrawn    from consider-pass through the Suez Canal.    military    crisis in the area  All Coe college offices will be ation after many citizens pro-    “imDMilble”    threatens    world peace,  closed from noon Tuesday tested, claiming it would “open    ^    But    in    an interview published  through Thursday. Gage Union    the    door for    hard-core por-i    Meanwhile, Kissinger said    in    (Sunday    by the German    cco-  will stay shuttered Friday.  Elna K. Voss  he lost his black billfold wdiile at the A and P store, 2727 Sixteenth avenue SW.  He said the billfold contained  Degree Days  Saturday   ...........  Sunday .....  Total to date ........  Through Dec. 23 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year ...  Marion; fined $25 and costs Prohibited passing — Francis Welter, Masonville; fined $25 and costs. Steven Lee, 134 Nineteenth street NW; fined $20 and costs.  Drag racing — Gordon Bent-. „ _ ley, 160 Ridge court, Marion; a $2,606 money order, two  checks amounting to $1,083, and Plate violation — Kenneth $850 in cash.  IStangland, Williamsburg; fined|____  47)520 and costs.  38j Improper registration —  2.399 Kevin McCarthy, 2042 Knoll-2,170! shire drive NE; fined $15 and 36.171 costs.  Evidence Frivolous,' Morals Cases Dropped  6,631 Traffic signal violation — ■    — • — i- i- —   r     i    i    !Carl Gaulke. route two, Marion.I    '  Coralville Lake    two charges; fined $25 and Charges against employes of parlor, and Miss Pate turned    (    bange    Rejected  Pool level Monday .. 676.58. jeo^on each e^arge^Ronme j ,„ e Ebony Massage  p ar | or , 225 herself in to police later.     He    a|s0 rejected a sugges[|on   Births — St. Lube s fined $20 and costs. Debbie Fourteenth avenue SE, for a1-    Shock    Justice    |    to go over the specifications and   21  — P  and  c ^L rs A,,Pn  c^Me 3 C^n^en el  Spn^gdflc;  1 e 8 ed  prostitution activities;  S colaro said he dismissed the  ma ^ e  changes to reduce the Harris, 5609 Jjdieet S , a son ^ no I mar rnhvm. oil OIH i have teen dismissed in macis- chorees teeause the county at-i tos  * ^  ma D l)r n<>w  bids  a changed project would probably be just as “unrealistic.”  nography” in Cedar Rapids tav- an  interview with Newsweek nomic newspaper Handelsblatt,  erns  ‘    magazine that it is “impossi- Schmidt said such intervention  a former Dpifjgp.    *    *    hie” for the U. S. to recommend is “very unlikely Mouther.  Cedar Rapids resident, died    j n    a    re | ate< j  ma tter, the coun-  that IsraeI  negotiate with the Schmidt added that; “One must  Tuesday at Mesa. Ariz.    I (Continued from Page I.)  c il unanimously adopted a reso- Palestine Liberation Organza- remember that the 1956 Suez  She moved to Arizona 12  estimated  at llTmillion That  luti on Monday urging the state Bon “until the PLO accepts the crisis ... and other world-en-years ago from Cedar Rapids,  fi uys wvised (0  $34  mi]  I e g i s I a t u r e to either pa.* existence of Israel as a lcgiti- dangering crises since then were where she was employed as ani lK)ft  j^  s in     1 stricter legislation dealing with  mate  state.    resolved through partly open,  inspector at Collins Radio Co. | The' biggest differences be obscenity or give local commu- Kissinger said the U. S. ands partly hidden concerted action She is survived by a sister,L     tho b id and tho oc.im ito 1  cities the power to do so.    Europe “will not negotiate overiof both powers.”  Edna Yoss, of Mesa.     aro    found    jn |hp vQ&t Q{ dam LpubBc Improvements Com- the survival of Israel.”    j “. . . I would consider the  Services and burial were in  nates jnd reIat( , d m H  hinerv ‘un missioner Richard Phillips, who Whatever compromises Sadat same also possible in case the Mesa    : h     5, ini    from ' th p proposed the ordinance, said he Anally may make, it is consul- Middle East should again present  - estimate    Only one compaa b 0 !* 55 lhe  resolution will have a ercd extremely unlikely that he a difficult, world-endangering  Submitted a bid on    the cates    ’    tangible effect, but he believes    will accept an agreement with- criiis. I would also consider (in-  “As far is Pm    concerned    I  also has va,ue    as    a formal    out Israeli  surrender of oil fields jtervention) possible if, from the  don t need much study at alf to    expression of the    city    council’s    and mountain passes seized in oil problem, either in connection   £     f ^    1 •    „ ^    _ ii . ,    tho f ni/HAi/AP rvf Qinfli sit trine? fhnltuifk o    /irieio a»» in_  reject the bid.” said Mayor Don feelings on the subject  prostitution    activities!    scolaro    said    he    dismissed    the]  Dee 21 — To    the families of Delmar    Cobym,    911    Old    (have been    dismissed    in    magis-| charges    because    the    county    at-1 cost   Georjtv    Cummin**. Vinton, a M arion road *    trate’s    court because evidence    torney's    office    failed to show  0,1   wfrdTwnucSW; each' fined    submitted    against    them was    "^le    cauae.’;  a son Jeffrey Bourgeois, zoi    •    They    didn    t    give    me    enough  Northview place    NE, a son.     51,)  ana cosis.  Accident, damage to vehicle Births —-    Mercy    — Sandra    Smith,    216    Atwood    judge  i) Pf , 21 To the families of drive SW; fined $15 and costs. Judge Anthony Scolaro dis-! laro.  Harold    Walker.    240 Eleventh, Improper turn — Jeanette     missed     .Up    charges    Friday folded, Marion, a    son; Gregory|Pityer, 78 Thirty-sixth avenue     missca    me    cndr S es     rriaay 101  Ba  Imogen Emery Dies;  Services Are Pending  MT. VERNON - Imogen B Emery. 87. died in a local nurs ing home Monday morning.  the takeover of Sinai during the with a Mid-East crisis or m-1967 Six-Day war.    dependent thereof, a new crisis  In other Mid-East develop- would come endangering the en-ments:    'tire world.”  Beirut press reports said Newsweek magazine quoted Syria's armed forces went on a Secretary of State Kissinger as _ “maximum alert” Monday fear- saying in an interview in this ing Israel would launch a big at-'week’s edition that he is “con-  Born in 1887 in Bloomington., ,a<k d , urin S ' he  Moslem Al Adha vinced'j the oil situation will not  '(sacrifice) feast which starts reach the point that military in-  “frivolous,” according to the  111., she received her law degree from the University of Iowa in  Tuesday. There also were re- tervention would be considered, ports Israeli naval units were at  evidence to show me a crime!  He su 8g ested the council ask jl910  had been committed," said Sec- “*  fe ? cral     Mrs.    Emery    was    a    reporter    at     s, ' a  a poss'ble attack agamst Turn that unused piano into a    A    AU “'    ,p     (> 1H    conine    rrnirt    for    is    coastal Palestine refugee camps bike. car. or whatever you want  Marion, a son.  [airon, Van Horne, a daughter.  Dec. 22 — Mr. and Mn Chester Glaneman. 7100 Vernon road SIS. a son.  Out of Town Births  At McChord air force base. Wash. — Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Miler, a son Dec. 21. Mrs. Miler is the daughter of Mr. and Mn James L. Patterson, 5701 lorado drive SW  tion to permit building the I The evidence presented wa$'^*«    «»■"    *<    year;  SW; fined $35 and costs.  Faulty equipment — David i ^  w0men  «h 0  had been  Mt Gingerich, 102(1 A avenue NW,  u  int  "° men uno naa  ^ten LaVern Hess, 115 Fifteenth av- charged were Angella C. Gret-jenue SE; each fined $10 and; ten. 30, of 2275 C street SW, and  i costs.  lowing a preliminary hearing.  Iowa Deaths  old superior court for 15 ,    ,    .    _.    .#-—■!    and    then    for    six    years  “frivolous,” he said, for such a| a d< 7    council    con-     as    de p U jy    derk    of    dis-  serious crime.     cu il 0     # 4     trict    court.    She    was    active    in  ‘ The evidence was very weak |le ^ hy  “'^n^Zday morm ^ ^  un,il rectBl   this Stage of the proceedings, j j ntr  hAtu,or»n fh#> fVMinril ^nH rprv-i ...    .  She was a member and past  at  Marriage Licenses  New Albin — Janice Colleen Kester, 18. Tuesday at ll, St. Co- Joseph’s Catholic church. Rosa-ry Monday at 7:30, New Albin funeral chapel. Burke-Thorn-; burg, Lansing.  stage of the proceedings,    j n g between the council and rep-  Pamela    L.    Morrison, 19, no     and    1 had  no alternative but to     resentatives of the city 0 ngi-     f     ..    r> au2 hters    of* the  address,    both charged    with    dismiss  f he charges.  1  said S    neering department, consulting  Ar J erican     Revolution    and    was  prostitution,    and Bamie    Pate,    |^ e    lime  the evidence shocked    engineers and bidders  21. no address, charged with! m - v ^^sense of justice, the judge!   -—.............  soliciting for prostitution.  Miss Gretten and Miss Mor-.     u     „  , , rv , A  f I ney could either file a rison were arrested Dec. IO fol- 1 J   said  Scolaro said the county attor-j true information in the cases or submit!  in Lebanon.  The    Beirut newspaper.    An  fire said Marshal Andrei Grech-;  ko. the Soviet defense minister.)  is paying a secret visit to Cairo  to discuss Egyptian arms needs.  The    Beirut newspaper,    An  Nahar    said Iran will provide  I*  4  auu ,    Egypt    with several kinds of    de-  president    of the  fe »f ve ucapons inthldjn) ,     a   to buy with a want ad!  Debbie Baldwin and Kevinj Worthington — Alvina L. lowing a raid on the massage!  lhpm t0  the grand jury  Gunman's Leap Ends Standoff   .........  i    _    .    “If    he has further evidence, I  armed  with a shotgun who bar-  Tlirn     rwiy.  at 6:30. Kramer s. Venezuela Completes , would urge him to take it to the  r j cade( i himself all night in an A    ^    ’  Malamphy, Beverly Maltas andjSoppe, 66. Tuesday at 9:30, St.J Ernest Hagerman, Patricia Vo- Paul s Catholic church. Rosary mack a and Gordon Powers.; Monday  Jeannie Lynch and Ronald Dyersville.    ,    .    ..  Franks. Jinger Dayton and Manchester — Miss F. Louise  { Oil lakeover Dill Irvin Blattner, Robin Hootman Dunham, 57. Tuesday at 1:30,  and Kenneth Hootman, all of; Shelly’s, where friends may call The draft of a bill to complete.  Gail Grimm, 1  after 7 pm. Monday.    the    nationalization    of    American)    Horan,    assistant    county  NEW YORK (UPI  A man  international Quota club Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Eva Marie Gabor Parnell. Bowling Green, Ohio; and a grandson.  Services are pending at  modern radar network and will train Egyptian pilots to fly American-made Phantom F-5 warplanes.  The (ffclitr J&ttpuU fltairPfc  t OoftinStd "A )4*3 bv Th# Oottft# Co. ana published daily and Sunday at SOO Third ow# SE, Cedar Rapids, iowa SJ406 Second class postoat paid at Cedar Ropids. Iowa  Subscription rotes by carrier *S cents a. week Bv mail: Night Edition and Sunday 6 Issues SI 7S a month. %39 OO a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday I issues S3 85 a month, 140 OO a year Other states and U S territories 160 OO a veor. No Mail Subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service  The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to th# use for republication of oil the local news printed in this newspaper os well as all AP news dispatches.  grand jury,” Scolaro said To Grand Jury?  Cedar Rapids  Cedar Rapid: Murphy, Belle  , and Plaine.  Laverne  Waukon — Anna Houlihan.  0 jj holdings in Venezuela was!attorney, said he had just been  M tf tin '. s :    , lma    Knl „_    !    being    submitted    lo    President    notified    of the dismissal of the  Tu^da?"i ll, st john P s Lu-Carlos Andres Perez Monday, jehargcs. No decision has been theran church. Fell met’s.    Perez. who pledged w hen he « whether to proceed to  Central City — Irma M. Pat- ,    ...    .    •    *     the     g ran d    jury with the charges,  ten. 87. Tuesday at ll, United ^ °V flce .  ast  ?P nn 8  to nat ‘ on '  ht .  sald  nandez HI, 270 Twenty-fourth) Methodist church. Murdoch’s, j alize the oil and iron ore indus-i avenue SW. Both listed debts of Ti lf}  casket will not be open tries and make the country eco- , VV imam H>rnt of tne $27,386.55 and assets of lo am. Tuesday    'nomicallv    independent    is    cx-l redar     Rapids    police department!  Petition for Bankruptcy  David J. and Karen K. Fer-  apartment was critically injured Monday when he jumped six stories to escape police who rushed in to subdue him A police fqxtkesman said Robert Higgins jumped from the window of the Staten Island apartment minutes after poliee-fired canisters of tear gas into it and broke in »o disarm him.  Rapids.  R,- W M«nri.T    P«*ted    to    present the bill to the| said  £  C0U  u  ,d not  understand  86. Moriday at ., Murdot hs.. (v     , conercn^ in March  how the  charges eould have MONI HEAL  I Burial Thursday at rrenton.j v« ntzut lan (ongitss in Mart    treal    airpi  nd assets of $25,795, with $23,500 claimed as exempt.  Richard W. Reutner. 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