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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Burlington, Iowa Long Range plans Are considered continued from Page i split equally Between the Parks and playground funds. Dullea said he wants to hire the director As soon in 1969 As possible. The director would be in charge of the maintenance of All City Parks and would be responsible fir developing a year round recreation program for the City. Director Only during the summer months. A this recreation is a tune i works Tion of government that has Long been neglected in Burlington a Dullea said. The second new key position will be that of Public works i the director will be the chief administrator for All Public divisions including the county supervisors Dullea Public Library. Dullea said the f a a $215,000 streets program. The Hawk Eye Burlington Iowa sunday july 28, 1968 pay fines Hawk Eye happenings for illegal Library Board is just beginning a a great Deal of this will go Jerry Raymond Richard 505 deaths Raymond a Bruegger streets engineering sewers and Board would eliminate the work. Sanitation and Macarthur double taxation of Burlington residents who presently pay tax Bridge. Other major items in t h i to the City and county halves �?$78,000 for repainting Macarthur Bridge. Such As a Central ave. Over pass at the Railroad tracks or Vine thursday. A connection Between future us with a Pellet gun damaged his car while parked at ninth and it. Madison eight people were fined in the court of Rector for which $15,000 has budget include been budgeted. Licensed Engineer of a joint health Board. The a j �?$20,000 for a study of the an j Bridge a a the elimination of the c i t a f311 f8mcnt would save to a sanitary sewers the study said. A it also includes much 50 cents each adv health Board and the creation n8on taxpayers some $10,000 would include an analysis of the Sree of a single county wide health f Ycaro accords a to a taxing j capacities of the various parts. Evv Mitia Mil hut a it r aaa t _ Raymond n. Bruegger 70, 23d8 Gnahn died Friday at 3 . In mercy Hospital. While he had received minor full i. Of ulat burling a. W. Mitchell Justice of the Duli a ton City map at the Hawk Eye peace. J a nth a Jean Robert f. Menke 51. 311 ave. I a it. Madison was charged j Quot by the conservation commission a Richard Schneider 803 i Central told police the rear did Taw Quot a to a a a Quot a a p a a a cd uni int Neer and will function As the would include Burlington. Approved by councilmen Ana Timuia incr a name a incr or Rolfi turf Aanna to j 0 n8 a Trout Tine in m Dullea pointed out that the City Engineer though he will City now employs a recreation not have that title. County assessor school budget hearings monday Public hearings will be held rate will increase about a half monday night on the Des Mill. The present rate is 97 Moines county assessor and cents per $1,000 assessed value supervisors. Arrangements for the new set up Are being worked out with i �?$20,000 for remodelling t h extensions. Would determine the locations Quot my engineering or related de while parked on the East and water and not having my capacities of future sewer study on riverfront improve Side of the 800 Block of s. Cen attached to the Bank he ment. School Board budgets. Hearing on the school budget will be at 7 . In the office of county superintendent of schools Howard Ortmeyer located on the first floor of the courthouse. Increased costs Tion. The assessors hearing will be at 8 . In the supervisors room on the second floor of the courthouse. The county conference Board approved assessor Paul Rynelle a the 1968-89 budget approved proposed budget of $38 too on july la by the school Board. July n Calls for increased expenditures the budget includes $4,315 of $38.616. The budget total is which is to be set aside to repay $169,460. Debts expected this year. By included is a salary increase Nell had asked for an Amend of $1,500 for Ortmeyer begin ment to this years budget to eng aug. I. His new salary cover these debts but the re will be $16,500, of which Des quest was turned Down by the Moines and Henry counties pay Board. 40 per cent and Louisa county pays 20 per cent. Tax Askings will amount to slightly More than eight tenths tax Askings total $123,750. Of a Mill approximately the Ortmeyer estimates the millage same As this year. Attorney general candidate visits James p. Hayes 30, a Candi stances and attitude Altema Date for state attorney general lives to present correctional in on the democratic ticket was Sti Tutins such As Community in Burlington saturday seeking programs better trained and support More parole officers seminars for county attorneys and training sessions for judges. Criminal code revision. Establishing a state crime lab. He suggested a Laboratory at the University of Iowa in conjunction with the department of medical services where evidence could be Analysed professionally and efficiently. Hayes was accompanied by a Hayes is a native of Forest former Burlin tonian Earl a. City he was graduated from Al Burrows jr., mayor of Loras College Dubuque and the Burlington from 1962-64, n o a University of Iowa College of Deputy director of the state de Law. City youths to get View of Rural life some Young City folks Are going to get a look at Rural life in a Day Long Outing tuesday. The Myca Extension service and salvation army Are arranging the trip aboard the salvation army bus which will leave the y at 9 30 . Head Start youngsters y trial thursday. Rent travel trailers pm. 2-4797 Laverne trailer adv. Robert i. Hale 1425 West ave., told police four fishing rods and reels valued at $6.9 were taken from his unlocked garage Friday. Tribute to a stroke. Or. Bruegger was born mar. 1898, in Nauvoo do the son of George and Elizabeth Loesch Bruegger. Nov. 23, 1922, he married Marie Anderli Tifka in Keokuk. She died in 1966. He was a member of St. Paul a Catholic Church and the holy name without a tag attached with a amp Quot i a Railroad shops machinist he was also fined $10 for using Trout lines in Inland Waters name and address. Don Schaffer 30, Burlington attempting to take fish without a License $10. Also charged with not having a fire extinguisher in boat powered with More than a to horse Power motor. $10. Sympathy wreaths. Schierts. The men of the Izaak Walton league will sponsor a c a r d party at the clubhouse monday. Point improper passing do unto others As you would j have them do unto . Francis b. Huffman. 53, West for was a member of the Railroad veterans. Surviving three sons. Robert and Kenneth of Burlington and Eugene of Chicago a daughter mrs Dale Knight of Burlington and 20 grandchildren. A son Donald a brother and a sister Are dead. Services monday at 9 . In St. Paul a Church sacred it. Madison it. 2. Speeding 93 Edith Brooks a Burlington in a 60 mph zone $100. Suspend High school senior performed de was $20 of the Fine with this weekend in a Ballet at the recommendation of suspension heart cemetery. Rosary to Mark f. Rippenkroege 24. Night at 7 30 Prugh a Chapel. Elizabeth Eichelberger University of Kansas Law of Drivers License rence Kan. Edward j. Herald members and salvation army Ink China $24 a a recruits will visit a variety Lincolnville taste Freez 1703 j Winnike 36of farms in Des Moines county. I it. Pleasant now open for bus-1 West Point improper passing with burial in Ashton cemetery. They will be accompanied by Bess. Free ice Cream Cones j 5 a or it Fri Holh Prapro Kph on a funeral services for mrs. Elizabeth Ellen Eichelberger 21. Keo-,83, Granger mo., were held wednesday at the gutting funeral Home in Kahoka mo., they will be accompanied by Les Schoffelman or Rich my j monday 3 . To 7 .�?adv. Donald of the Extension office and Gary Cameron of the y. Mrs. Eichelberger lived on a James l. Larsen 24. R. R. I farm South of it. Sterling for United commercial travellers Montrose speeding $15 James Harry Lippart Council 393 will hold its annual the scheduled stops 9 45, i family picnic aug. 3 at 4 . I ave. Left. Madison charged Laverne Lucas Dairy farm in t h e Perkins Park shelter by Greenwal super Market for 10 15, Steve Ucko baby beef House. Each family is to take false drawing and uttering of a 10 45, Roger cling Swine and covered dish and service Check. He was charged with sheep 11 15, Mehaffy Kossuth games will be provided. Jr5f Clifford c. Salons farm Berquist has joined the a Quot in Miji i a j i or. F of is Floc by is i p Ollit he Wes coh there will be a visit to Chau a staff of operators at Doris re. Tau qua Park East of Mediapolis hairstyling lounge no. 2. Fair 27 years before moving to 3210 Granger. Survivors include one son Vermie Colchester 111., a daughter Rachel Brewer Keosauqua and a brother Ernest cashing an $18 50 Check drawn i Justice it Kahoka to for lunch at 11 45. Way shopping Center. Beauty the remaining places i ., Cian in the Burl area with years Ron Stover place horses 1 30, of experience in All phases of Jim Perdelwitz general farm Beauty work. She welcomes Alii old As Well As new customers. So Call Lida at 753-1691. Adv. James Hayes Little Joseph King 3, of North Abington mass., appears to have gotten himself a big catch As he stands atop a 20-ton whale which was found dead Early saturday. The 3-year-old mammal which has been spouting and diving off Hull mass. For most of the past week was found beached at Moon head. The coast guard planned to Tow the whale out to sea at High tide for burial. Up photo rays shot apartment of Revenue. On a ave As Deputy commissioner of Public safety he worked with. The Iowa Highway patrol the on a leave of absence As Bureau criminal i Vestiga slate director of the Iowa a Quot Ime l0n and the stale fire or. Commission Hayes said if office elected attorney general he would work to implement the recommendations of the com Mission dealing with Law enforcement. Juvenile delinquency the courts. Specific recommendations pickets Are withdrawn attorney says King threaten reds him Ray also has an by Charles rond source and this will All be system Memphis Tenn. Up the brought out in attorney for accused Assassin a e c 0 ? visibly angry Lames Farl rav chanted Hanes said Are playin2 10 the idea of cameras being saturday that the slaying of or. A a a a major a Eaues a do a quote focused 24 h0"5 a a it a Martin Luther King was part of my Aon and Arete 4w0 has ones sad. Ing 2 ., ame Nielsen beef cow Herd with a combination of Bluff and Bottom land farming. Final activity will be a swim at the Myca. Announce jury list a total of 50 persons have been selected As prospective jurors for an operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated trial scheduled aug. 6 in municipal court. Mrs. Martha Conrad clerk said those whose names were drawn Are to report at 2 . Prospective jurors Are Genevieve l. Bop cd. 906 s. 10th Helmer j. Campbell Loo Lvi n. Seventh Winifred j. Kamman 1401 n. Sixth Alice e. Murray. 914 Oak Robert a. Oberlander. 1637 Osborn Jane r. Harvey to Val Aire drive Bernice c. Hauser 1504 Grove Roy a Carpenter 1123 s. Ninth. Robert e. Mark. 1505 s. 12th Ethel l. Hippo 241 s. Ninth Robert c. Matsch. 406 s. Leebrick Mae sue Long bittersweet place w. R. Sparrow. 2701 Madison John r. Hurl Inan 727 Sweny Martin b. Mccord. 906 n. Ninth Virginia e. Glenn. 310 Louisa Pearl Timmerman. 1901 Agency Nora e. Pitts 810 Gratton Lucy c. Crow. 511 s. Ninth. Sharon l. Wells 1115 acres Raymond c. Petersen 808 Gratton Bessie m. Weak. 223 summer Paul e. Around the clock human guard. Of b a neither my hint nor i like Mckeown. 909 Hagemann Alfa Nell inclined my client nor i axe Snaith 1226 s 10th Iris m Conor King was part a nationwide communist conspiracy that now threatens his own life. 1803 Sunnyside Bonadelle j. Raid 128 Golf Lane George h. Hafner 1511 Remey. Jack m. Mebane 1418 Washington William p. Brower 1619 Eim Marjorie l. Gustafson 2610 Clear a a. To View Edward a. Nuss. 1406 it. Man. My neck is out on this 8 after a search by world police pleasant Rov f. Fitzpatrick. 2004 summer Mabel m. Broeg 514 bar people who have talked to this Ray captured in London june one. A Hanes said the threats which months and four Days following r. -,1 or train a a Thiara in Orient i t t a. % a Rodmon c. Bell 61 morning Mere is a giant conspiracy Fie first revealed when he was King s death on april 4, was drive Richard e. Hermann. A a n ,1 a r a1 i Artia k him of i r a a a it a it it it nil a a to get a 1 to 91 1 q vastly improved police Salar in on pickets at a tin claim a Mecl e?lii�1s Here for a it is arraignment brought to the Shelby county 0 of 4v, a a 1 4ao Nnoli a. In _ i used Les. Of the 3,400 police in Iowa petrochemical Fertil a Nonni the Ujj Asp a the a Versae salary is $300 a Plant declared attorney Arthur Hanes he characterized it As a a left the average salary is $300 a construction site in Green Bay month he said. Only about 220 Bottoms East of Here have been started with salaries greater withdrawn. July 22, have become More jail in the pre Dawn hours of serious and Are mostly in the july 19. Form of Telephone Calls to his Wing conspiracy which he said Home. Than $500. Hayes added. He said he favors a minimum of $8,000 a year for Law enforcement officers. Greater qualifications required of police officers gained a meeting of contractor and Union officials is set for Early this week according to James Slabaugh project manager for b. F. Braun and company. He believes is responsible for a my wife answers the a phone Al Quot Towel for fair civil disturbances throughout and a voice says. A death death death or a you will but he declared a nobody is die nation. 41,-1. I�?z�?z4�?zj c 4 i summer Mabel m. Broeg. 514 liar 3genc.es that lasted for two ret Arlene a. Bonar 115 s. Seventh. Jean g. Tiemeyer 2001 Lucas Rodmon c. Bell. 621 Morningside 230 Lewis Pauline b. Daly 211 s. Seventh Mary r. Livengood. 1733 Dill Betty a. Niehaus. 2503 Clearview Marian d. Long. 2216 Burlington ave Lewis k. Lawrence. 209 Gratton Geraldine j. Mccartney. 513 s. Ninth. Barbara a. Sutter. 912 n. Seventh Richard a. Pohl. Jr., 1004 Arch a Deedwin White. 409 s. Fourth Jane c. Singsank 112 Greenwood Eloise l. Beekman 115 Windsor Circle Roy we. Miller. 1005 Perkins James r. Helmick. 1503 s. 10th. Says life endangered Hanes said he believes his 8oin� to Chat a me out of mgt i j i Home. If anybody comes on my i a. He said the meeting has been c use Assoc Atlon we a Ray property trying to harm me i Keosauqua Twenty five through More extensive training of j1 placed his life and the lives of they Are trespassing and Are teenagers attended a commit and a county wide Merit sys a i a whig family and emd loves in fair came a tem a Only 14 per cent of?638 ii5? of socrates�?�1 i m y a employees in Lair game. Van Buren is payments Are $141,093 form guidelines for sentencing after a walkout last tuesday in said his statement about a was critical Quot of Security Meas in Quot a a a i me Keosauqua a according to offenders mandatory pre sen an apparent jurisdictional Dis conspiracy was based on ures imposed by Shelby county meetin2 were Farmington Paul Georget District manager tence investigation of the offend Pute Over work being done by information he received a from sheriff William Morris which he Douds Bonaparte Cantril Mil-0f the Ottumwa social secur Iowa a police Are trained now a he pointed out. Local 83 in Kansas City. Workers Are scheduled to re danger. The former Birmingham May critical of Security tee meeting to discuss plans i for the teen town a new pro Hanes arrived Here Friday for Jet this year at the Van Bur port for work monday As usual or interviewed at the Airport a conference with Ray a that in county fair. A pkg. It or Sauha a i. Court reforms such As uni the picket line was thrown up before returning to Alabama lasted nearly three hours. He town at the irm Mii Galinac for can ten Ina Affer a Wall Mit lad Tunac Plotr in cosh Iio of Atomon or vol o. I cd Rico ii leu Ai me mrs. Bertha j. F Stratton Whitten 318 Prairie West Burlington is a patient in University Hospital Iowa City room s408. She was formerly a patient in mercy Hospital. A Burlington Man Neal Pierce 43, who is charged at it. Madison with intent to Rob does not live at 1429 Osborn As previously reported. Mrs. Betty Louise Snider 348 Grimes informed police saturday that during the night someone spread yellow paint and glue on the rear of two autos parked in front of her residence. The theft of a 12-gauge Winchester automatic Shotgun was reported to police saturday by George Charles Wanek 1913 s. Central. Wanek said the Shotgun was taken from his Home but that there were no signs of forcible entry to the House. Paul of. Lee 1039 s. Leebrick told police that a six gallon Gas tank was stolen from a b o a t parked in the Yard at his residence. Sell Bonds for Well Washington Becker and Cownie inc., of Des Moines was Low bidder on $50,000 in Bonds sold by the Washington City Council. The firm was awarded the contract for Selling the Bonds at an interest of $11,207.33 or 4.5 per cent. The Sale of Bonds is to finance the drilling of a new City Well. The City Council also approved raises for tile City policemen to compensate for the hours Clifford c. Sabins 69. 1420 j Leebrick died saturday at 2 30 . In University Hospital i Iowa City. He had been admit Ted thursday. Born Jan. 28, 1899, in Bur Lington he was the son of Edwin and Christine Stiefel a bins. Surviving one brother Walter Sabins Burlington and Sevy it. Pleasant a Bur eral Niece a and �ph1fw1?�?T 5 Lington Man who is being held was preceded. A death by is at the mental health Institute two Brothers and one leaves Mhz borrows car to visit wife Here for evaluation borrowed a car saturday for a trip to sister. Services monday 2 ., Burlington and a visit with his i Jurugh s Chapel Rev. G. A. Wife. He is Gary Lee Wayman 25, who was reported missing from the Institute at 11 45 . Saathoff. Burial cemetery. Aspen Grove miss Sophia Hennies Donnellson a miss Sophia Hennies 92, died at 7 20 . A Short time later mrs. Rex saturday at the Metz nursing Mccleary 613 Palm ave., it. Home. Donnellson after a one pleasant informed police that year illness her car was missing from the she was bom near Warren parking lot at the by Vee store dec. 7, 1875, and was a life on East Washington. Member of the United Church a pickup order was issued for of Christ first in Primrose and Wayman. At 3 30 ., police chief later in Donnellson. Only survivors include cons Werner Smith and officer Fred his. Preceding her in death Combs observed Wayman on foot headed Back toward the Institute. Smith said Wayman admitted taking the car driving to Burlington and returning the vehicle to the by Vee lot. The chief said charges against Wayman in connection with the use of the car Are pending the results of Waymann a evaluation. Were her parents August and Sophia Vornkahl Hennies three Brothers and one sister. Services tuesday to a. Rn., Millers Home for funerals Donnellson Rev. Victor Engel Mann. Burial Primrose cemetery. To Vietnam duty Grandview mrs. Sherman Wagg and daughter Bren Wayman is charged in Bur Ida wiil make their Home with Lington with disturbing the peace on the complaint of two girls who said he bothered them. Wayman was arraigned in municipal court but left the courthouse when judge Gary j. Snyder refused to release him on his own recognizance. He later surrendered voluntarily. An evaluation of Wayman was mrs. Waggus Mother mrs. Ruby Krueger while sgt. Wagg serves in Vietnam. Worked Over 44 hours. The a rec used a county attorney. Or his family school Circum-1 pipe fitters. I what i believe to be a reliable said had violated rays right to ton and Keosauqua. Ity office $141,093 is being privacy. I n the Haik Eye spotlight continued from Page i special class Aims four Days of activities Are paid in monthly benefits to 1,-Ray is housed in a third floor Ibe no planned in the Een 903 in Van Buren coun a tank a a four cell Complex that to which win 5e a normally houses several prison. Ers. The windows have beeni3 Neva u1ina at the fair sealed with steel plating and air conditioning has been installed along with a close circuit television monitoring gets traffic Fine Gram possibly requiring coun Tion adequately in regular class Marvel Torkelson Horace Mann Farmington a Dennis Selorus to teach part time. Rooms but who Are ineligible for language arts Virginia Camp James Weaver Burlington try. This is an increase of $21,-473 Over the amount paid for december of 1966 and includes the increased Benefit rates provided by the 1967 amendments to the social Security act. If irs a name for the teen 1,684 retired workers wives and husbands of retired the program tentatively includes a style show motorcycle display and dancing. A dance will be held on the last Day of the fair. Included in the list a contest is being set up to those getting benefits select inclusion of special education. Special education. Such a class Corse kindergarten Fredjr pm a i wit be tid ofthe1 erkers a Quot it skiving wid classes in regular school Situ was piloted at Perkins school Chaney James Madison math action As has been done in the and the committee thinks it Frances Ford Grimes second past but not planned for 19g8 proved profitable. 69�?T l o0u�?o use of teachers aides ekes court on a charge of im-1 four evenings. Officers in charge of the special education for 1968-69, to proper passing filed by High Grade Laura Kroeger re Way patrol july 21. Weaver project Are Carl Mullins Bonin ele placement kindergarten through was ticketed on Highway 2 West aparte chairman mrs. Betty own or aged dependent parents of workers who have died. Relieve situations in elementary Centary classrooms As need sixth grades Florence Pray of Farmington. I i v o j j a schools until the Middle school concept is adopted Kerr Keosauqua also in the county Are 165 assistant widowed mothers and children John Smull members of the committee school. Establishing in Between class were Robert Francis chairman math and latin Oak Street and Harry Scarlett of farming chairman Dixie Miller Mil who receive benefits amount Burlington High ton was fined $10 for assault ton vice president mrs. Paing to $9,076 each month. And Battery charged by his Tricia Halverson Douds Secre receiving a monthly total of Tolmen work 48 hours while All other City employees work Only 44. No figures were Given As to the amount of the raises but they will also include raising Hie clothing allowance gig in the patrolmen from $100 to $150 j 4jp daughter of senator held a year. Charge pair for fighting two men showed up at the local police station saturday morning to ask for help in settling an argument and both wound up in jail. They were identified As Herbert Carl Parrish 26, 334 Hayes and John Joseph Hoffeditz 30, 326 Hayes. Police said the two had been fighting in the 300 Block of Hayes before Kerning to toe station at 1 20 . While police were trying to get information from the pair they started to fight again in the station police said. Rapid City. . Up Teresa Mcgovern 19-year old daughter of sen. George Mcgovern d-s.d., was arrested Friday night and charged with illegal Possession of narcotics after a raid at a local Motel by s Tate agents. Also arrested at the Motel was Barry Mogin 19, who is reported from Silver Springs my. A third suspect Mary Shanley 24, Evanston 111., was arrested later. Each was released saturday morning on $2,500 after arraignment on the charge. Authorities said a a Quantity of marijuana and other narcotic paraphernalia were found in toe room where miss Mcgovern was arrested. Prugh funeral service information mrs. Bertha m. Tiemeier funeral services for mrs. Bertha m. Tiemeier who passed away july 26, 1968, will be held in Prugh a Chapel sunday afternoon at 2 00 of clock. Rev. Or. Donald v. Klohr will officiate. Interment will be in Aspen Grove cemetery. The family will receive friends at Prugh a saturday evening from 7 30 until 9 of clock. Miss Mcgovern was reported both were arrested charged taking part in a City canvass with fighting. Bond was set at for her father during her stay $105 each. They Are scheduled is for students who cannot fun Oak Street science teacher Mer study is $3,000. Estimated Cost of the sum wife Jennie g. Scarlett Fol tary and Jane Hoover Bona $5,242 Are 54 disabled worker to appear in municipal court lowing a family quarrel. Parte treasurer. And their wives. Monday 9 . Here. Mcgovern is seeking reelection to a second term in the . Senate this fall. Or. Raymond n. Bruegger funeral services for or. Raymond n. Bruegger who passed away july 26, 1968, will be held in St. Paul a Catholic Church monday morning at 9 00 of clock. The cortege will leave Prugh a Chapel at 8 50 of clock. Interment will be in sacred heart cemetery. The Rosary will be recited in Prugh a Chapel sunday evening at 7 30 of clock. Or. Clifford c. Sabins funeral services for or. Clifford c. Sabins who passed away july 27, 1968, will be held in Prugh a Chapel monday afternoon at 2 00 of clock. Rev. Or. G. A. Saathoff will officiate. Interment will be in Aspen Grove cemetery

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