Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 31, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Ctdar Tuet., 31, 1IH NATSONAl WtATHIR SMVICf FCWCAS1 to 7AM 1ST I 1 -75 Obifuaries CIA- (Continued from I'ago 1.) Mrs. Samuel Schuyler Committal services for Madge Schuyler, 95, "will be conducted Saturday al II a in. in Shilob cemetery by the llcv. I'uil Tractner of Grace Kpiscopal cliurcb. Mrs. Schuyler, widow of athun opening statement thut Henry A. Rhode tne (or domestic Henry A. Khoda, 112, of intelligence eventually led to Center I'oint road NK, a long- tlme resident of Cedar Kapids, died Monday al Veterans hos- pital, Iowa City. Ilf! was born .June 28, 1912, at Toledo, Ohio. On Feb. 28, Samuel Schuyler, died Dec. 12 19I1B, he was married lo Mar- the panel by coimterintelli- in Willowick, Ohio, where she garetle Marion, who died in gence chief James J. Angleton (he creation of an interagency Intelligence Evaluation Com- mittee. That committee oper- ated from late 1970 until July The CIA was represented on C.R. Man Faces Assault Count offer Knife Incident Eldridge E. Prlnz, 25, of prints In the snow next to (he 4101 Sixteenth avenue SW, house. TULbJay was charged with as- sault with intent to commit Robertson was treated for a laceration about 10 inches long great bodily injury after an- across his back and a second cut about 18 inches long from his right side across his hack to the left side. lived since retirement. The body was cremated. Born Sept. 2fi, 1879, in Sali- na, Kan., she was a resident of Cedar Itapids for many 1944. On Oct. 7, 1958, he was and his aide Hit-hard Oner, married at Las Vegas to Ho- both of whom have been iden- sella Wyalt, who survives. tified in published reports as Mr. llhoda was employed by the managers of the CIA's do- I'enick and Ford Co. for 29 mestlc spying effort. other man was stabbed in a fight. The victim, Dennis Robert- son, 25, of 2107 Blairs Ferry road NE, was treated at Mer- cy hospital for two lacerations and released. was treated at the Scctnd Charge Prim; also was charged with receiving stolen properly. Police said Prlnz allegedly hospital for a cut on his left took a ballery Due. 18 from a years. She was employed in years, lie was a staff sergeant the dental office of the late Dr. .1.11. Calder and was a member of Grace Episcopal church. One grandson survives. in the air force during World Dean denied that the intel- ligence committee had en- war II, flying 55 missions in gaged in illegal domestic the European theater and in spying, but his remarks about Africa. He was a member of the CIA were not followed up llanford post American Le- by the senators and were ovcr- gion, VFW post 788, the Amer- looked in the torrent of his ican Federation of Grain Mill- sensational accusations Mrs. Harry Cohn Hose Hotman Cohn, 88, wid- crs local 100 and served for 15 againsl Nixon. UPI WEATHER FOTOCAST Rain is expected Tuesday night over the Pacific northwest, from the mid Gulf coast, through the Ohio-Tennessee valley, the mid Atlantic states and into the Northeast. Snow is likely in the lower Lakes area. Fair to partly- cloudy elsewhere. ow of Harry Cohn, a Cedar wlth Velerans public- Rapids resident most of her safoty unit- life, died in Los Angeles, Cal- Surviving in addition to his if., Monday. She was Sept. 19, 1908, at Waterloo. Tucson, Mrs. Cohn was a member Jeanne Got More Men Efforls lo reach Ihe former born w''e are a son' "ill Weise, counsel for amplification of Temple Judah. Ariz.; a daughter, his remarks were unsuccess- Overlon, llouslon, ful. Dean, 35, is serving a 'to prison lerrn afler Record- The Weather Hiflh temperatures Sunday, low tem- peratures overnight and inches of pre- cipitation: Anchorage. Atlanta Bismarck. Chicago Denver Duluth. Honolulu. Houston. Los Angeles. Miami. Minneapolis. New Orleans New York. Phoenix Seattle............ Washington.... .28 .B3 .77 .58 12 55 12 32 36 30 .03 .10 daughter; Martin Van Hoe, route 2, Marion, a daughter. Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown, Lisbon, a daughter. Births Lukes Dec. 30 To Ihe families of Frank J. Kaibac, 310 Four- ly-firsl street NE, a son; Sid- ney Rinderknecht, Van Home, a son; Martin II. Gurvey, 1356 Elmhursl drive NE, a sun, Gary W. Kolek, 4420 Bowling street SW, a son. No Extended Forecast rain is expected Thursday Ihrough Salurday. Lows in teens and low 20s Thursday, cooling to 5 to 15 by Saturday. Highs 20s and low 30s.. C.R. Weather High Monday......................41 Low overnight....................33 2 p.m.................................36 Precipitation....................0.10 Total for December..........0.81 Normal for December.......1.43 Normal through Dec........33.18 Total for 1974..................40.13 Barometer, rising...........30.10 Humidity at noon............100% Wind direction and velocity Jack 2 p.m. SWS at 5 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High 4; low -12; precipilation, none. Fires p.m. Monday. Unde- termined to corn cobs at rail- road tracks behind SI. Luke's hospilal. Magistrate Court Speeding Charles Miller, 1433 Thirly-third streel NE; Donald Cobo, 255 Mayden Tommy Whilhead, 1023 Nine- teenth slreet SE; fined and costs. Frank Duffy, 805 Third avenue, Marion; fined and costs. Improper passing Ste- phanie Sells, Cenlral Cily; fined and-costs. Motorcycle riding violation Gregory Conner, 1123 K av- enue NW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Monorni Lee C. Ball, 78. Thursday at 11 at St. John's Lulheran church, Luana. Buri- al: Garnavillo cemetery. Visit- ation Wednesday 2-9 al Schultz'. North English Burton Gardner, jr., 56. Thursday at 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic- church. Burial: St. Mary's cemetery, Williamsburg. Par- ish rosary Wednesday and visitalion after 7 p.m. Tuesday al Powell's. Vlnton Max W. Schiol- fell, 61. Thursday al 2 al Ihe Chrislian church. Visilalion from 6-9 Wednesday at Camp- bell's. Ml. Vernon W.R. Rod- Texas; five grandchildren; a 4-year Surviving are a daughter brother, Charles Rhoda, New pleading guilty to a charge of Mrs. George P. Coulter, Alia-' York Cily; three half-brothers, conspiracy lo obstruct justice dena, Calif.; three grandchil- Carl L. Moore of Shawnee in connection with the Water- Mission, Kan., Earl C. Moore gate cover-up. of San Francisco and George Two sources with first-hand dren, and a sister, Marion Krupkin, Waterloo. Services' Turner chapel W. Moore of Houston; three knowledge have said lhal ear- easl al 1-30 pm Thursday by half-sisters, Mrs. Harry Rich ly in the Nixon adminislralion Rabbi Israel Zoberman. Buri- Houston, Mrs. Walter Zahn the CIA Iransferred addilional al- Ehan Israel cemetery o[ Hiawatha and Mrs. 'Lloyd personnel into counterinlelli- Friends may call al Turner easl afler 11 a.m. Wednesday gcnce to work for Ober. Anglelon has denied he was e, Marion. Services: Thursday al and unlil 1 p m Thursday n-m- at Bealty-Beurlc chapel ever involved in illegal domes- The casket will not be opened by Dr- Wayne Shireman. Buri- tic spying and Ober, now with after Ihe service. Memorial Services Friends may call al the Whiting, Clyde 0. Tues- chapel after 11 a.m. Wednes- day at 1 p.m. at Chapel of day. Memories by Dr. Arnold Hcrbst of St. Paul's United Methodisl church. Burial: Ce- dar Memorial. Cedar Memori- al funeral home was in charge of arrangemenls. Luerkens, John D. Tues- day al p.m. al Chapel of Memories by Ihe Rev. Maur- ice Gamble. Burial; Cedar Memorial cemetery. Cedar Memorial funeral home was in charge of arrangemenls. Pametlcky, F. Nell al in Linwood cemetery wilh Ihe Nalional Security Council, graveside services by llanford has declined lo comment. Since the allegations were published, Angleton has re- signed and his three top aides have said they loo are leaving Hie agency as of Tuesday. Martinez Assignment Senator Howard Baker (R- vice-chairman of thc senate Watergate committee, elbow suffered in Ihe incident which happened about 4 a.m. Tuesday al a vacanl house al 1021 Tenth street SE, aulhoi- lies said. Alerted Police, alerted of Ihe inci- denl after the men soughl medical treatment, located Robertson's ear at the scene. A knife reportedly was used by Prinz in the stabbing, pol- ice said. The men had been lo- gelher earlier Tuesday and the fight took place after Rob- ertson followed Prinz lo Ihe house and an argumenl began. Police found blood and fool- (Continued from Page 1.) date for the 10th district sen- ate seat. The vacancy in the 10th was created by the resignation of former Slale Sen. Michael Blouin (D-Dubuque) afler he was elected lo Ihe Second dis- trict's congressional seal on Nov. 5. Stockbroker vehicle owned by Val Kramer, 3018 Canton drive SE, while it was parked al First avenue and Fourteenth street SE. Prinz was laken to Ihe coun- ty jail in lieu of bond on the assault charge and bond on Ihe receiving stolen properly charge. Sniper- Illness (Conlinued from Page 1.) "There is a great deal of high fever, even among adulls, and most of it seems lo be in Ihe las rcPnrteri lhat (Conlinued from Page 1.) in the chest, was found aboul 20 feel from the room where Barbaro was arrested. A school administrator, George Pancio, said he saw two homemade firebombs on the third floor when he and others found Metealf's body. The firebombs looked like ehemislry beakers with rags stuffed in them, and the rags had been burned, Pancio said. Efforts Thwarted Allempls lo assist Mrs. Wright and her brother Ju- lius, who had been riding in the car with her and was in- jured by flying glass, were thwarled by Ihe sniper's bul- lels. A force of aboul 50 slalc, lo- upper respiratory syslem. "Some is accompanied by vomiling and diarrhea, and in many cases it seems lo be lyUllUlU 4I4U 1'IUJUVII on K4 drive SW; each fined and nla.n: Morgan's cosls. Gerald Marlhe, 1414 B avenue NE; Constance Bel- linghauscn, 901 First street, Degree Days Monday..............................37 Total lo Through Dec. 30, Percent of normal year ....40.8 Traveler's Forecast Lisbon Mable Sueppel, 65. Morgan's. West Union Joseph Rol- Marion; Efrenn Chavez, 710 Danie's. 51, Fourth street SW; Steven Yu- at in, 3207 Elaine drive NW; Schneider, Hiawatha; Patric McMickle, Ii02 Thirty- second slreel NE; Joanne Chadima, 215 Cresccnl slreet SE; Donald Dunlap, Independ- ence; Thomas Elias, Vinton; Donald Cummings, 275 Ninth streel, Marion; Donny Rich- mond, Otlumwa; William Kill, Tuesday at a.m. at Chap- going through entire fami- el of Memories by the Rev. Al- len S. Van Cleve of Central Park Presbyterian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Cedar Memorial funeral home was in charge of ar- Fcver, Sore Throat "Fever, sore throat and cough. Nobody has really lagged il wilh a com- Watergale burglar Eugenio was given a domes- lie assignment by a CIA case officer who was his regular contact at Ihe agency. "It is known that mel wilh his lasl case officer on June (i, 1972 and al lhal State Sen.-elecl Carr, 37, a Dubuquc stockbrocker, had the advantage of Iwo years of legislative experience over Es- cal and county police had sur- moil, 33, a former newscaster rounded the building. Slate Police Maj. Arnold Bardossi said four troopers and two lo- cal policemen entered the in Dubuquc and a newcomer lo politics. .lochum, 23, Dubuque, win- ner of the 19th house seat, is a school through a rear entrance John Deere company employe and found the room where the and part-lime Loras college sniper was barricaded. The Miss sludcnl in Dubuque. Kann, 30, is a Dubuquc- junior high teacher. door had been lied shul from Ihe inside. "The officers blew out the Tauke, 24, a Dubuque law- glass in the door with a shot- yer, was loo young by a year gun, lossed in a tear gas can- ister and wailed for about three Bardossi odist church, Parkersburg, and 3 p.m. at Burnham and Wood's, West Union. Central Cily Ruth N. Johnson, 64. Thursday at 10, LlQUOf Inventory United Methodist church. Vis- itation after 1 Wednesday, Murdoch's in Cenlral Cily. A memorial fund has been es- tablished. Alburnelt Pearl W. Tri Million Liquor Inventoi Hit By Auditor DES MOINES Slale Auditor Lloyd R. Smith has criticized the Iowa beer lime had al leasl two report- to run against Carr .for Ihe ing assignments, i.e. marl- senate seal. Bui his second-el- time operation Information inentcd anolhcr doctor, and information pertaining to seat paid off handsomely in room, they found Barbaro on There has been some lonsilli- possible demonstrations at the victory. He lost by only the floor wearing a gas mask. Miami Baker voles to Carr for Ihe same They recovered al least three rifles in the room. I think some olher weapons the sni- per had may have been Cedar Falls; John Severs, 7fj Frjday at Umlcd ,md )t cnntroi Department driveT SW each Methodisl church. Visitalion drive bw, eacn ;jt jn Marinn ,M6r (he A fined and cosls. Jeffrey McEowen, 5919 Crcslridge av- ,m' Jlwrsitay and al I cMinn SW: fined and cosls. uiurtn. al'cr rriday. cnuc SW; fined and cosls. memorial fund has been es- tablished. Walkins Bernadine Dennis Lefman, 2380 Country Tuesday drive, Marion; Gary Wil- Wcather HI-Lo cnx. Toddville; Henry Van- Bismarck............PtCldy Dyke, Tipton; Fredrick St. Chicago...............Cloudy Behrlc, Tipton; David Thomp- Paurs Calholic church, No- Cincinnati.....Cloudy son, 5310 Midway drive NW; vigil prayer service Cleveland............Cloudy Tcrrancc Leidigh, 3905 Pine Wcdncsday ai 8, Tcahen's in DCS Moines.........PtCldy Tree drive NE; Keith Elson Ccdar RapidSi wherc friends Dclroil................Cloudy Jr., 2710 Twelfth avenue SW; may caii from 2 (r, 9 p.m. Indianapolis...........Rain each fined and costs Wednesday. Kansas Cily.........PtCldy Traffic signal violation Vern Dudley, 1800 Edgcwood drive NW; fined and costs. Stephen Nelson, 2516 Amber drive NE; Diane Moore, 2068 Brookland drive NE; John Lehner, Fairfax; Delberl Mar- schall, Alkins; James Wil- liams, Alkins; James Brown, 700 Thirly-fiflh slreet, Marion; Allan Bennetl, 203 Twenty- Ihird slreel NE; each fined and cosls. Fanlty equipment Ken- nelh LeCere, 2635 Twenly- Mpls.-Sl. Paul.........Fair Omaha...................Fair St. Louis.............Cloudy Sioux Falls.............Fair Coralville Lake Pool level Monday.........672.83 Marriage Licenses Suzanne Robinson and Wil- liam Page, Pamela Donahue and Kenneth Cornwall, all of for carrying an inventory in spirits worth million, saying some of the money should avc been invested lo draw inlcresl for the slate. Smith said the inventory was increased as a hedge against price increases and possible shortages of fasl-sell- ing items, bul said less inven- tory would also save storage and handling cosls. Assistant Department Director James Pedelty said Ihe large inventory was neccs- tis mixed in with il loo." One nurse said Ihe doctor's office where she works was crammed wilh coughers and sniffers. "The doctors say il is flu of various and sundry types." It apparently arrived in ear- ly December, according to one pharmacist, "and really hit right before Christmas. They have been coming here in families, and coming he said. Some Pneumonia "We've been seeing a lot of a spokesman at Mercy hospilal family praclice center said. "There is no name for il. People arc developing respira- tory complications, and in some cases pneumonia." One physician said he said in a report on possible CIA involvemenl in Water- gale. Hunl, convicted along with Barker and Martinez in the Watergate brcakin, told a closed session of the Water- gate committee on Dec. 18, 1973, thai he was chief of co- verl aclion in the agency's Do- mestic Operations Division, which he said was set up in 1962 following the unsuc- cessful CIA-backed Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. According lo a parlial Iran- forl for (he 20lh dislricl house said. "When they entered the seal lasl Nov. 5 to 848. fast Chairman Tauke is immediate past Dubuque county Republican thrown out the window." Barbaro was carried from the school on a strelcher and chairman and slill holds Ihe was laken by ambulance to Second dislricl Republican chairmanship. His opponent, Sullivan, is a 21-year-old Loras student. A factor in the Tauke-Sulli- van race was lhat Sullivan, from Armstrong in northwest Iowa, has been a Dubuque res- ident only since altending Lor- scripl of lhal hearing, Hunl as, while Tauke is a Dubuquc said the division had field of- nalive. nnlri___ doesn't recall "being this busy "UIU (ain itcms Ho that at this time of the year in 17 (Continued from Page 1.) more and more items are in years of praclice." High fe- dcmand, thus necessitating a vers, chest pains, harsh cral Deposit Insurance Corp.) iarger inventory. coughs and aches character- wants banks to be dealers." Smith's annual audit, for ized most of his patients. fices in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and olher U.S. cil- ies bul denied thai he had par- ticipated in any illegal domes- tic surveillance operations. The Domestic Operations Division is separate from An- glelon's counterintelligence unit, but both have been linked in published reports to the domestic spying charges. He said the federal insurer thc fisca, ycar cndcd Junc 30_ Cedar Rapids Deborah Cov- thjrd avcnuc SE; Mary mgton and Gerald Purifoy, Lcc Bosen, 3612 both of Denver, Colo. Anita Sprucewnod flrivc NE; Sandra Hcndricks, Cedar Rapids, and wllliams 713 Fourteenth During Ihe holiday period, One source has indicated that apparently is worried about were up many people who become ill the domestic operations unit the speculative aspects of gold over the lasl fiscal have a lendencey to push off may have gathered the raw m- ycar. going to the doctor, but many The auditor said the results simply can'l pul Ihis off." of Ihe agency's operalion for He prescribed that persons business, where monied buy- ers would adjust gold prices to their own advantage. may have gathered telligence data for analysis by Ihe counterintelligence sec- lion. Dunn thinks "anybody can (he r wcnj ,.ln conformjty with symptoms of the "no- deal in it." But to gel Ihe gold wjtn RCncraliy accepted audit- name" flu "stay home tonight VV. Michael Rcecker, Marion. Linda McCalley, Cedar Rap- ids, and Timothy Kniffen, Ely. Marriages Dissolved streel SE; each fined and Linda McCalley, Cedar Rap-1 Intoxication Louis Valen- cia, 249 Drexel drive SW; fined and costs. _ Accident, damage to vehi- Virgima Mae an1 Robert cle _ Dclbcrt Marschall, At- Lloyd Greenlee. Mary R. and Kenneth 0. Buresh. Cindy L. kins; fined and costs. Driver's license violation and John W. Davies. Nancy Slcpncn Schrader, 2016 Park Lee and Jimmie Lee Slracho- la. Sharon and George Wood- son. Susan R. and Douglas A. Palumbo. Tyanne Amelia and George Lucas. Kay-Carol C. and Walter R. Iliff. Births Mercy Dec. 30 To the families of Wallace LaPclcrs, 1647 Memorial drive SE, a son; avenue SE; fined costs. Ef- renn Chavez, 710 Fourth streel SW; Ronald Zimmerman, Ml. Vernon; Keith Boots, 2060 Glass road NE; Hosella Vine- yard, 1206 Fifth avenue SE; each fined and costs. False report Michael Serbousek, 1001 Orian drive SR: fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Philip Kuhn, 1125 Eighteenth Virgil Benesh, 310 fa G avenue fined and costs. Resisting an officer Louis Valencia, 5830 Ungdon slrecl NW, a daughter; Ml- chael Duke, 810 Seventeenth street SE, a son; Jertme Llp- sky, 129 Harbct avcnuc NW, a avemie SW; fined and cosls. Frank Duffy, 805 Third avenue, Marion; fined and costs. RIght-tf-way violation Ronald Xlmmerimin, Ml. Ver- non; fined and costs. One-way street violation Thc Cedar Rapids Gaiclle Established In U83 bv The Goiettf Co. ond published dollv ond Sundov ol 500 Third ove SE. Cedor Roplds, lowo 52404. Second class oostaoe pold ot Cedar RooldJ, lowo. Suhsrrlptirm rotes hy corner 9S rents a MK. Bv malh Night Edition and Sunday Issues VI75 a month, 00 o vf or: At- lo sell in the first place, he said Ihe merchanl must be a licensed dealer. Thc Government Services Administration says banks may accept gold as collateral for loans, said Dunn. Bul he added banks may nol use gold as cash to satisfy re- serve requirements. Dunn predicts thai, "Like all new things, it will be a fad for awhile. "Bul when Ihe price goes up, il may lose its appeal." Ex.-Gov.Earle Dies BRYN' MAWR, Pa. (AP) George Earle III, 84, the scion of an old Philadelphia family who became Pennsylvania's first Democratic governor in this century, died Monday of pneumonia. ing accounting princi applicable agencies." to government nulil- name" flu "stay home wmgni IUol_-woi.ft :iples and go lo bed. Forget about H d IBI cd IB lU., U'liH the he said. There have been no known deaths from the sickness. (Continued from Page 1.) the Watergate grand jury in May Have Been "Used" by Nixon DALLAS, Texas (AP) Evangelist Billy Graham says he may have been "used" by members of the Nixon admin- istration who on his friendship with Richard M. Nixon lo bolster the former President's image. "Maybe I was naive at that lime; maybe 1 was Graham said (luring a news conference here Monday. Nixon himself never at- tempted to exploit their rela- tionship, but "some of his staff may have tried lo do the evangelist said. The usual advice of gelling April, 1973. plenty of rest and drinking lots of licpiids may or may not be adequate lo shake whatever it is. Many persons are seeing One by One? Another factor was that in winning the nomination, Sulli- van defeated Pat Smith, spouse of Donna Smith, Du- buque counly Dcmocralic chairman, which may have re- sulted in some disgruntled Democrats voting for Republi- can Tauke in Monday's elec- tion. Senate Democratic Leader George Kinley (D-Des Moines) welcomed Carr as "a good as- set" lo Ihe Democratic senate caucus and said he "was pleased with the result of the election." Organize Senate With a 26-24 edge, senate Democrats now will organize thai body. The firsl decision will be lo select a senate sec- relary at a meeting of Ihe sen- ate rules and administration committee at p.m. Thurs- Some lawyers speculated day at the state-house. the jury was going their doctor after the illness Ihrough the charges againsl lingers for a couple of days the defendants one by one, be- II is anticipated that Clark Rasmiissen of West DOS Moines, former Democratic without improvement evident, ginning with Mitchell, who is slate chairman, and a 1974 One thing is certain. Drug named first in Ihe 23-eounl in stores arc really busy. "Sure dietmenl. business is said a pharmacist, "bul we're all sick." Ex-Legion Head Dies WASHINGTON (AP) Re- camlidale for the parly's nom- ination for governor, will be Dean, LaRuc and Magruder named lo succeed Secretary all had testified about meet- Ralph Brown, DCS Moines, a ings with Mite-hell in which political espionage plans were discussed. All three pled guilty to obstruction of justice. After denying the transcript Republican. The committee is composed of four Democrats William Palmer, Des Moines, chair- man; Kinley; Boss Vnn Gilst, tired Brig. Gen. Paul Griffith, Sirica told the jurors Oskaloosa, and Lowell Jun- they could have specific por- kins, Montrose, and two Rc- 76, past national commander of the American Legion and an assistanl secretary of de- fense in the Truman adminis- lralion, died Sunday. lions of testimony reread or could listen again lo any of the 34 tapes introduced at Ihe trial. publicans, Clifton Lamborn, Maquoketa, senate GOP lead- er, and W.R. Rabedeaiis Rabe- dcau. Wilton. the city police slalion. He was held wilhoul bond. Murder Suspect On Most-Wanted List Captured WASHINGTON (AP) An escaped prisoner charged in the slaying of a millionaire Miami industrialist and his wife was captured early Tues- day by thc FBI in an apart- mcnl in New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Thomas Olis Knight, 23, one of the FBI's 10 most wanted fugitives, was heavily armed when captured, but "was giv- en no opportunity to offer any said FBI Director Clarence Kelley. Knighl was charged in the slaying last July 17 of Sydney Gans and his wife after alleg- edly forcing the industrialisl lo pay in ransom. Au- Ihorilies said Ihe pair had been abducted and forced lo withdraw from a bank in return for Iheir'release. After the money was with- drawn, the couple was driven to a nearby wooded area and shot lo death. Knight, an em- ploye of Gans' paper and plas- tic bag factory, was appre- hended in the area aboul four hours later. He was charged with two counts of first degree murder, false imprisonment and using a weapon to commit a felony. Knight broke out (if the Dado County (Miami) jail in a mass escape with II others in September. Kelley said that in October Knight allegedly shot two per- sons during an armed robbery in Cordele, Ga. One victim died. ternowi Edition's "and Sundov '7 Issues Si a month, MO 00 a veor. Other slates ond U.S territories MO.OQ a year. No Moll Subscript Goiettc rorrl Subscriptions accepted In oreos having irrler servl" The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use tor republlcotlon of all the local news printed In this news- paper as well as all AP news dlsoolches. fstabllshed In 1M1 tiv The Cmette Co and published dollv and Sundov ol SM TMrd ove SR. Cedar Roolds, lowo class OMIOM paid ol Cedar t, lowa. jtcemd cla RODIdt, low Flowers Soy What Words Can't Aye. Floral 4 Botanicals 39 S.W, 366-7148 floral artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 For 61 years flowers for all occasions! John E. Lapes 3083rdAvo. SE 365-0511 Convenient downtown location 0 tell someone you care with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 ;