Burlington Hawk Eye in Burlington, Iowa
29 May 1977

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29 May 1977

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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Burlington, Iowa Sunday both barrels cocked Oklahoma City up Cleggs Christian headed by twice unsuccessful presidential candidate Billy Joe has started a Campaign against use of the metric system in the United the metric system is aiding and abetting the communist cause by con fusing the american Clegg Billy the kick has arrived and is going to drive communist infiltration out of America without firing a shot and i have both barrels cocked with the word of Clegg got drunk and did this1 Toronto up confessions Good for the but As one burglar it wont necessarily keep you out of Mary Murphy returned from a Florida Holiday to find her Home had been broken into and Worth of goods As she bemoaned her a Man came to her door with a letter he said was written by a i got drunk and did but i hated to do the signed letter the writer offered to return the goods if Murphy didst Call Murphy phoned the police and they arrested her he even stole a roast beef and a Chicken from my deep she it was a dirty portly sailors left in port Cape up there Are five sailors who missed out on a cruise with president Carter Friday because they Are too the overweight Crew members of the los the nuclear sub Marine Carter piloted for a time Friday were left behind As John the skipper of the los put it they didst present a military appearance and they we rent essential for Deputy White House press Secre tary Rex Granum said the Navy had to choose a few members of the nuclear submarines Crew to stay ashore in or Der to make room for the presidents the men were assigned to other ships in port while Carter toured the everything is Beautiful Philadelphia up Anita Josefowicz saw her husband of 19 years for the first time thanks to a tiny Telescope implanted in her right for 29 years of has been Able to distinguish Only vague shapes and but a three hour surgical operation by Juan Arentsen gave her 2020 vision in one i want a bit she said of her husbands appearance when she first saw my husbands a Little bit grayer than i expected him to be but Hes All everything is just she said As she exuberantly described the colors of the Flowers in her Hospital room and her excitement at being Able to Bankers Chanty san Francisco up the Bank of California has been sued for million by the Thomas Dooley foundation on the grounds that Bank employees allegedly stole contributions to the the filed this week in Superior said the Bank had agreed to collect the foundations remove Cash and checks and credit the contributions to the Between 1968 and May 1 of this the foundation Bank employees stole the foundation said its reputation suffered among persons whose contributions went the foundation said the amount of the loss was not but that it exceeded the suit asked for damages totalling War Veteran finally to be buried stared in amazement at a rotted coffin containing a As soon As you opened the door you could see the Bones and said Stuart the cemetery trustee and genealogy Buff called on to set matters right for a forgotten Merrill said his research showed Davis was born Here in 1835 and died at the age of 86 in he was shipped Home for burial to a town where All his relatives apparently had someone placed him in the receiving Tomb Cut into the Hillside to hold bodies until the Spring then forgot cemetery officials for decades assumed the locked Tomb was Merrill a 1imtoh on the Mississippi 140th year 275 May 1977 44 pages four sections Price 25t ours de night club fire kills 100 scores trapped Center the whole town plans to turn out memorial Day to Honor civil War Veteran James whose body Lay unburied and forgotten for 56 there will be music at the octagonal a recital of Davis War record and a Reading of the militia will fire a final and the town conscience will rest a Little 1 Davis body was discovered last a when two men tried out an an Tique key on the lock of the Brick re vault in the old cemetery up behind the fire the lock f they tugged open the Metal then Tkv South Africa angolan president Agostinho 1 v said saturday his finance min ister and several loyalist soldiers were a burned alive in Luanda during an i ils abortive coup radio South of f Neto also said there were indications members of an Antis yet faction within Netos marxist re were still outside Luanda and urged peasants to track them the radio the nearly 12 hours of fighting Cen tired around the presidential Palace caused Many deaths and angolan Security forces were placed on full in Luanda late radio South Africa quoted Neto As the angolan embassy said comrades helped crushed the revolt and radio Luanda said cubans the capital pc the South african radio quoted a angolans burned alive in abortive rebel coup radio Luanda spokesman As saying one of the alleged coup army commissar Jose Van was exe and former Interior minister Nito escaped from a government the rebels demanded the release of Alves and Van arrested last week for criticizing the rising soviet and cuban influence in after capturing radio Luanda at the height of the reports reaching the for Mer colonial Power in said the coup was launched by an Ultra nation Alistick Black faction within the move ment to protest the arrests of Alves and Van its the Black nationalists oppose the growing soviet and cuban influence in Angola and the More orthodox marxist policies of the movements who Are predominantly Neto is a almost forgotten decorated with a plastic Ernest Richardson world War i american legion stands adjacent to the hard Maple planted in Crapo Park in memory of the 23yearold Burlington Bachelor killed somewhere in France in Twenty four Des Moines thus honoured on mothers May Richardson rela a sister inlaw and a Nephew named after Ernest have Only sketchy memories of the relative they never Hawk Eye photo by John Gram up a fire swept out of control through a packed night club in this Northern Kentucky Community late Satur Day Over 100 persons were believed killed in the fire at the Beverly Hills supper a near capacity crowd of was at the which is located across the Ohio River from Cincinnati where the featured at traction was Singer John it was not immediately determined whether Davidson escaped the a second major fire was reported at the Duro paper in about five Miles Northwest of the be verly it was not immediately known whether there was a connection be tween the two reports from fire officials rushed to the Beverly Hills were still but As Many As eight departments have been rushed to the club which had 21 private rooms and a main Ball room and dining room where Davidson was the Blaze was reported still burning out of control late Ken a service station attendant at the Thomas Exxon Sta three blocks from the supper club on Alexandria Pike some of the people from the who stopped by the station to catch a said they thought the fire started in the Kitchen or in the dining they were evacuating people in pickup trucks from the dutch ready with Force the Netherlands up dutch officials warned saturday that combat troops might attack a hijacked passenger train in Northern Holland if South moluccan terrorists harm one of their 56 four teachers also were held at elementary school in 15 Miles where a second band of gunmen released More than 100 Chil Dren hostages since the officials have maintained intensive negotiations with the gunmen at both Friday troops in armoured cars and a Convoy of 18 military ambulances moved to a rail crossing near the halted combat ready marines also replaced wooden barriers at the Side of the track with a twin Wall of barbed wire and officials stressed privately the stepped up activity should not be seen As a prelude to an but signed largely to prod the gunmen to free the remaining o Iii v to memorial Day is a forgotten time for Ernest he wont be in Burlington monday for the Holiday commemorating the nations War the most anyone Here knows is that he is buried somewhere in France in a grave probably marked by a simple White one of 24 Des Moines county sol Diers who died in action during world War he is remembered in Burlington with a Bronze Marker under an aging Maple tree in Crapo Park on Potter and on an Honor Roll plaque to world War i veterans on the first floor of the county signs of old age Are evident on Rich arsons weathered Marker and bark peelings lie around the dying Trees base As hundreds of ants Scurry up and Down their wooden the markers have been there since mothers May when Sev eral Hundred persons braved a steady rain for the formal ceremony Dedica Ting the memories of Ernest Richardson were probably fresh relatives and friends Felt his loss and hoped to assuage their pain by honouring him and other local members of the Ameri can expeditionary Force who were killed in but today Ernest Richardson is a name on a Marker that has outlived his friends and the Only surviving blood relative is a Art Richardson of 1508 arts Anna Richard is a sister inlaw of she married his brother Paul after world War but remembers Little she was told of Art Richardson vaguely recalls things he was told about the Uncle he never but was named after in Ernest Richardson was in his Early twenties and single when he he was born in the North Hill Home of Arthur and Mary Richardson and grew up Here before going off to Art Richardson Little Trace of his existence remains in the family collection of pictures and written Mary Richardson kept a Large Oval photograph of her dead son with a american Flag Back but it also has not few probably recall names of the other fallen world War i Honoreen William Floyd Carl Mike Mitchell Charles Leslie Henry Walter Louis Hugo Paul Roy Anthony Ewald to Gebhardt William Verner Charles Arthur George Herbert Carl Junghen and Ben but they will be if Only As Long As the Park markers it wend forecast partly Cloudy with a Chance of scattered showers through out the High of 80 expected today and monday with nighttime temperatures in the upper River stages Burlington steady Davenport Down Keo Kuk Down

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