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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - May 12, 1974, Albert Lea, Minnesota The Tsufis Tribune vol. Lxvi while most of Albert Lea slept. It was shortly after 6 a.m., saturday when close to a thousand Bike riders left the Skyline mall parking lot to travel too Miles around Freeborn county raising Money for the county cancer society. Last year about 600 Rode in the first annual Bike a Thon. The Freeborn county sheriff a a department. Albert Lea police civil defense volunteers and Bike a Thon committee members were on hand to organize the conglomeration of bikes riders parents cars and onlookers. More die turfs on pages 2 and 3._ Tribune photo news highlights Kronholm fear prime rate increased 2nd Kidnap try Minneapolis. Minn. Apr following a trend started by a new York City Bank two of the largest Banks in the Minneapolis St. Paul area raised the interest rate for prime business Loans to a record 114 per cent Friday. Resignation predicted Hibbing Minn. Apr Minnesota a senior congressman predicted Friday that president Richard Nixon will resign rather than face a full fledged impeachment proceeding in the u s. House of representatives. Rep. John Blatnik d-Minn., said the House judiciary committee is currently conducting an impeachment inquiry and an impeachment vote will be taken by late june said Blatnik. Cinematographer Dies Santa Monica. Calif. Apr Hal Mohr 79. A cinematographer who shot the first talking movie Al Jolson so the jazz Singer a died Friday. Mohr won two Academy awards for cinematography one for a a Midsummer nights dream in 1935 and a second for the 1943 version of a phantom of the Spassky eliminated Moscow apr a 23-year-old russian chess Prodigy. Anatoly Karpov has eliminated Boris Spassky with unexpected ease from the world challengers Competition. Karpov Defeated Spassky in the Lith game in the series Friday to win the series 4-1. Hijacking Bogota Colombia apr hijackers flew a colombian jetliner to the Eastern City of Cali Early saturday and demanded $300.-000 for the release of the 83 persons on Board Airport sources in Bogota said. Faisal warning Beirut Lebanon apr King Faisal of saudi Arabia warned that the Arab Oil embargo against the United states might be reimposed if no syrian israeli troop disengagement pact is reached according to the Beirut newspaper Al Anwar. A dispatch from the saudi capital said that Faisal made the comment when Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger visited him in Riyadh on thursday. Elevated trains crash Chicago apr the crash of two elevated trains during the Rush hour period Here has left More than 170 passengers injured. Hospitals said those treated had minor injuries and that Only a handful were admitted overnight for observation following Friday s Accident. It was the third serious crash involving a Chicago transit authority train in a month. Vesco plane repossessed Newark apr Pilot a. L. Eisenhauer says he wont disclose the details of How he managed to a a repossess in Panama the luxurious private Boeing 707 of fugitive financier Robert l. Vesco. Eisenhauer arrived Here with the plane described As a a private airborne Chariot a on Friday. A inside the Tribune entertainment 2 deaths27 editorial Page 4 sports 22 Bridges Horoscope a a a a 20 family Page. 6 Minneapolis Minn. Apr or. And mrs. Gunnar Kron Holm have gone into seclusion for a few Days following an incident earlier this week in which a prowler was discovered in the basement of their Home. The Kronholm said Friday they feared the possibility of a second Kidnap incident when they detected the prowler wednesday night. Kronholm whose wife Eunice was held for re hours in mid March in a $200,000 Ransom kidnapping said. A Why else would he lie in wait for two Days waiting for us to come Home a mrs. Kronholm said could not think of any other reason for the Man to break into the Home North of Minneapolis St. Paul. Kronholm said he was a perplexed and dismayed As to Why anyone would want to victimize them again. A my wife is a Strong person a he said a but enough is mrs. Kronholm admitted that the events of the past two Days have left shaken. A i feel As if in be just about had it a said. After Kronholm called authorities the prowler disarmed two part time police officers from the Minneapolis St. Paul suburb of Lino lakes. Kronholm a South St. Paul Bank president said that he and his wife returned Home late wednesday evening and Kronholm discovered someone had pried open a Side Entrance to gain Entrance in the Home. After he spotted the legs of 2 car crash kills one by the associated press an 18-year-old Pipestone girl was killed in a two car collision Friday night at the intersection of two streets in the southwestern Minnesota town. Authorities said the deaths of Paula Loose in Pipestone and that of a 17-year-old Lamberton youth in a separate Accident raised the states 1974 traffic toll to 199, compared with 277 a year ago. The car in which miss Loose was Riding smashed into another spun around and struck a tree. Police said another occupant of the vehicle Bryan Franklin 17, was hospitalized in Sioux Falls . Authorities said they had not determined who was driving the car and they had no report on Franklin a condition. Three persons in the other vehicle were injured none seriously. Dale Lange 17, Lamberton died Friday of injuries he suffered nearly three weeks ago in the crash of two motorcycles. Lange died at St. Paul Ramsey hospitals bum Center. The Driver of the other Cycle Bernard Schaffran 17, Walnut Grove remains hospitalized with severe Burns. The cycles collided on a Renville county Road near Lamberton on april 21, authorities reported. Someone in the basement he called police. He said the Man had taken food and soft drinks during his stay in the House but had not stolen anything of value. Fri agents investigating the incident at the Kronholm Home shot and wounded a Young Man about 12 hours later. The Kronholm had been in Washington d c., attending a Bankers convention. We were tired and almost went to bed immediately a said mrs. Kronholm. A but then my husband thought things did no to look quite right so he looked around. If we had gone to bed. Well you can imagine what would probably have the Fri said Friday that the suburban Chicago Man who was wounded has denied breaking into the Kronholm Home. He also denied knowing the Kronholm family or anyone else connected with the kidnapping of Kronholm a wife two concluded on Page 2 Washington a Julie Nixon Eisenhower said saturday father will fight any impeachment move against him All the Way through a Senate trial even if Quot Only one senator believes in holding a news conference with husband David mrs. Eisenhower said the president is a stronger now than he Ever has been in his determination to this David Eisenhower standing beside his wife in the Sun drenched East Garden at the White House replied a absolutely not when asked if he could any circumstance that might prompt Nixon to resign. The Eisenhower appeared a few hours before the president was to Fly to Oklahoma for a Campus appearance in a continuation of his quest for Public support. The news conference followed by a Day the chiding of Nixon a Republican critics by his wife Pat and a suggestion by a top aide that Nixon conceivably might consider resigning at some future Point if he Felt it would be Best for the country. As a mounting chorus of congressional republicans called on Nixon to consider stepping aside because of his watergate problems the presidents wife concluded on Page 2 one victim still serious Annette Wells 17, of Albert Lea remained in serious condition saturday at St. Mary a Hospital in Rochester As a result of a thursday night Accident in Albert Lea according to a Mayo clinic spokesman. Steven Shymanski Driver of the car in which was a passenger was in satisfactory condition at St. Mary a. Annette suffered a fractured leg cuts and head injuries Shymanski cuts and head injuries. The Accident occurred at about 9 30 . Thursday when the car Shymanski was driving struck a tree near 447 Lakeview blvd. Annette is the daughter of or. And mrs. F. Dale Wells it. 2. Shymanski is the son of or. And mrs. Vince Shymanski 227 Ridge Road. Stopping traffic Albert Lea High schools annual Junior senior promenade through Central Park As usual Drew hundreds of parents who lined the streets and sidewalks to watch the procession and congested traffic in the High school area for about 20 minutes. Even though the weather did no to cooperate Friday night the promenades and their parents Many of whom travelled the same route a few years Back seemed to enjoy the event which precedes the dance. Above Junior class president Wade Henrichs and Debra Dreisbach Lead the procession. Tribune photo committee asks another tape Washington a the House judiciary committee is expected to subpoena another White House tape next week despite president Nixon a announced intention to turn Over no More watergate material. Committee sources said Friday that a subpoena probably will be issued for the tape of a pre watergate White House meeting in an Effort to if Nixon had Advance knowledge of the plan to Bug democratic Headquarters. Chief committee counsel John Doar said he would request a subpoena at the committees next business session. The april 4, 1972 meeting involved Nixon his former chief of staff . Haldeman and former atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell. It took place four Days after Nixon a re election Campaign aides had approved a plan for electronic surveillance of the democrats according to testimony by Jeb Stuart Magr uder an official of the re election committee. Nixon has denied knowing in Advance of the watergate break in. Nixon lawyer James d. St. Clair said this week that no More watergate material would be delivered. Chairman Peter w. Rodino jr., d-n.j., said a Day would be set aside next week for the committee to act on such business As the issuance of the subpoena. Checks with committee members indicate there would be Little opposition to issuing it. The committee resumes closed hearings on tuesday in its inquiry into possible grounds for impeachment. Of a majority of the House votes to impeach Nixon a two thirds majority would then be needed in the Senate to convict. Sludge produces not Green grass but 40,000 tomatoes Tavares Fla. A Charles of Neal fertilized his Lawn with three tons of sludge expecting it to produce Lush Green grass. Instead he ended the 16 end constr. Section under construction Detour up with 40,000 Tomato plants. A Ripe or Green i like them a said the 63-year-old of Neall a Cabinet maker. A but in a not a nut Over them. And in a sure i wont be after this is of Neall said that when a started hauling the sludge in a sewage Plant official told him he would probably later find a few Tomato plants growing in his Lawn. A naturally we thought wed have some Here and there but certainly not this Many a of Neall added. A a we be even got four or five Watermelon and pumpkin vines in with three different kinds of tomatoes surround the couple White two bedroom Home in Tavares located in the heart of Central Florida a Lake country. A a we be got Cherry tomatoes the regular ones and one kind in a not sure of a said mrs. Of Neall. The plants Laden with tomatoes Are about two feet High and will be ready for Harvest in two weeks. Asked How the sludge produced Tomato plants of Neall explains a Well i done to quite know How you say it politely but they came from people. Tomato seeds Arentt digested. They just pass construction starts monday construction on Highway 65 . Broadway Avenue will Force a Detour beginning tomorrow and lasting most of the summer. The Road will be under construction from Myers Road to 5th Street. Detour routes will be marked on interstate 35 and Highway 16. Motorists will be Able to Cross Over the construction zone on Margaretha Avenue and South Broadway Avenue. 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