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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa C. R. Weather High Saturday ............ 78 ll p.m. Saturday ......... 60 Rainfall ..................None Total for April ............ 3.71 Normal for April .......... 2.79 Normal through April ..... 7.81 Total for 1974 ............. 9.16 Barometer, steady ........29.87 Humidity at ll p.m 74% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at ll p.m. SW at 18 mph with gusts to 28 mph. Sun rises Monday, 6:16; sun sets, 7:55. Year Ago Today — High, 67; low, 56; rainfall, .26. Births — Mercy April 19 — To the families of j Suzanne Glackin, 4140 Eighteenth    avenue SW,    a    son;; George Roman, 2731 Twelfth! avenue SW, a daughter, and Russell Nicklas, 522 Thirty-! sixth street NE, a daughter. * j Births — St. Luke's April 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.! Donnie Brill, 71 Twenty-ninth ' street NW, a daughter. April 19 —To the families of I Mark E. Rundall, 1557 Washington avenue SE, a daughter; Donald E. Krapfl, 6508 Laurel lane NE. a son; Kenneth Jacobs, Vinton, a son; Ronald L. Davis, 2190 Coldstream avenue NE, a son. April 20 — To the families of Willis rn Strasburger, 2455 Twenty-fourth avenue, Marion, a son; Harry J. Cole, Mt. Vernon, a daughter, and Donald E. Metcalf, Newhall, a son. Iowa Deaths    ,    .    , ,    ,    ,    , „ .. .    /~M    o eral    hundred    thousand    dollars, Decorah — Clarence S. ..    .    .    ,    ductions Engcn. 64. Monday at 2 at Ma-| internal ievenue service as- dison Lutheran church. Friends,serts. may call at Steine’s after 7 Sat Obituaries Family Affair — Gazette Photo bv Tom Merrvman Retired Col. Joseph E. Wilde, 2433 First avenue SW, did the swearing-in honors Saturday tor his daughter, Sara, at the army reserve center on Wenig road. Sara Wilde enlisted in the 301st field hospital unit of the U.S. army reserve for three years. She will be trained as a lab technician. Her basic training will be at Fort McClellan in Alabama with advance training at Fort Sam Houston in Texas. IRS Claims Tax Owed by Two Iowa Cemetery Firms WASHINGTON (AP) — Two! Midwest Garden of Memories, Black Hawk county, Iowa, ce- which allegedly owes $241,443 in —Rebozo— (Continued from Page I.) zo about the money, in May, 1973. Rebozo was advised by the White House of the IRS interest, in the cash before he was con- avenue NE, died Saturday after-tacted by the revenue service. noon following a sudden illness. Born May 19, 1916, in Waterloo, he had resided in Cedar Donald F. Maack Donald F. Maack, 57, of 2926 E The Cedar Rapids 3A Gazette Sun., April 21, 1974 C.R.'s McNamara Among 7 Jaycee Officers Elected Rev. W. G. McCrory The Rev. W. Greer McCrory, 84, of 1927 First avenue SW died Saturday in Rogers, Ark. Mike McNamara of Cedar following a sudden illness. Rapids was one of six state He was a former I nited Pres-; vice.presidents for region four All IRS dealings involving Rebozo and similarly “sensitive” in- ______,________________ ,    . vestigations were routinely for-    Rapids since 1941. Mr. Maack    byterian    minister,    hawng had    0f fbe    jowa    Jaycees    elected warded to John Ehrlichman, the    was a fireman with the Cedar    pastorates iii Monmouth, Iii.,    njgbf former Nixon White House aide. Rapids fire department for 26 Canon City, Ccio., ( hicago, McNamara was elected at the who relayed the information to years.    Ifox, Dunkerton and    regional Rebozo.    At    the time of his death, he .lagl,s', ( MS )(<J1 " 1!M ,or convention held at the Roosevelt John Bartlett, the Florida IRS was employed by the Collins    lim    irrq    t    and    attended    by    350    Jay- agent assigned to the Rebozo Employes’Credit Union.    He was horn July I . 88. a cee members from 40 chapters. case, began his interrogation of He married the former Velma    Mn    E,ected    national    director    for notontiallv kov vvitnossns bv ini- Church D(,c M ^ d mted Jrom Muskmgum college regi(m f#ur was Tom Shee(s o( Cedar Rapids.    Pittsburgh Xenia Seminary at 1ndePendence- Mr. Maack was a member of Pittsburgh, Pa. He was a Other state vice-presidents the Fraternal Order of Eagles member of the Senior Men’s e^ec^ed were Mark Vanoumy of No. 2272, the Moose Lodge, and christian Assn of the YMCA. Anamosa; Greg Pabelka of ms'or'    anv    agency    lo    conduct jBoPe Lutheran church.    He was ' He is survived    by throe sons,!    Wert Union: Dean Alburg    of an    investigation    'through    the,3 Past I>re*1(ient of ht;    Eagles^. Greer, jr.. of    Cedar Rapids:    Bof ' U™.r^ASe" ,°n subject taxDaver’s own attor    !and was chairman of the board    the Kcv.    j. Albert    .McCrory of    and leonard    Grasso    of    Indepcn- of trustees and zone director for    Hobart,    Ind., and    Charles of    dence- the Eagles.    Rogers; one daughter, Alice K. State Jaycee President Robert Surviving in addition to his Birzetis of Naperville, 111.; 13 Bone of Manchester delivered wife is a daughter, Mrs. Earl grandchildren and four great-; the keynote address. Glandorf of Homestead, two grandchildren.    - step-daughters, Mrs. Robert Services will be 3 p.m. Mon-    Fffct— Bockenthien of Cedar    Rapids,!day at Turner chapel west by| "IIBiVllQ"CU3T“ and Mrs. David Stevens of j the Rev. Paul Pfaltzgraff, and (Continued from Page I.) Marion; one step-son,    Ronald; the Rev. Reuben    Tjaden. Burial I mascus s~f^nhe shelling potentially key witnesses by ini tially requesting the interviews through Kenneth Gemmill, Rc-bozo’s attorney for tax matters. “It is, to say the least,” Lenzner wrote, “unusual for the subject taxpayer’s own attor ncy. Similarly, Bartlett subsequently told Rebozo that investigators for the special Watergate prosecutors office, then headed by Archibald Cox, had been given his IRS file. Such information, normally not disclosed to a suspect, was given to Rebozo on Oct. 18. 1973, shortly before Cox was dismissed by President Nixon, Lenzner wrote, raising the possibility that the Three Injured in Traffic Mishaps Three persons were injured in two separate traffic accidents Lenzner’s most significant (Saturday.    j    complaint dealt with what he Dwight Eloy Wilcoxson, 57. of! termed an attempt by the IRS Church of Onalaska, YVis.; two,will be in Linwood cemetery. was hoavjcst the vicinitv of rft'onHnbilHr*otl onn 11 ctnn. FVinnHf moir nail af I lirnDf1    ~    . the ouster was in part linked to 'j'urner chapel east where Coxs inquiry into Rebozos ac- j friends may call after 4 p.m. tivities.    Sunday. “Roadblocks”    _ Evelyn B. Hegland Evelyn B. Hegland 59, of 204 grandchildren,    and    ll step-    Friends may call at Turner!jjermon    but later    in grandchildren.    chapel west after 5 p.m. Sun- day extendcd    a„ al‘onR    thc Services    are    pending at    day.    mj|e    fron. Battles Intensified Memorial Services Kudin, Edward C. — Cedar; Mt. Hermon, the strategic :hapel at I _ p m- peak overlooking the entire battle arca, has been the scene of The IRS also claims urday. Flkport Monday at driving overturned.    (vide    it    with    agreed-upon    docu .. . A passenger, Edward DulinJments. 44    of 826 Twentv-first avenue    Tho    spnatp invostmatnr    cnid    on Eeb-    20< 1932 in West    Union.    Beurle chapel at 1:30 Cedar    Valley    Memorial    Gardens    IL’    01    , ^eniy iiirsi avenue    me    senate investigator    said    nernrah for    sever-    Monday by the Rev. The two firms are the Mid- owes    $64,730    in    taxes    for    1965-68    SV''    was    l!jeated at ^Ieicy and    \ huai    he and two ,IRS    Tin‘;ai vears    before cominc to    Cedar    Hucbn,Sr- Burial: Unwoot ■ ~....... released.    The accident occurred    telhgence agents met last    Jan-    al J^ars    hetore coming to    Cedar    wcrlmg, Beryl O. Memorial chapel at Monday by thc Rev. Marion! Williams. Masonic services by;    . Mi. Hermon Lodge 263. Burial: heavy fighting all week. The Cedar Memorial park cemetery. [Syrians said artillery and tank attics intensified on its slopes Saturday. i* ion r m,.inn    u.    The    Israeli    command    in    Tel HOm UCt. 14, 1914, in L3WlCr? p-op). Wofinnnl nnm/'ti'rv    A * ll * t • . . . ’ m    f    czech    iNationai    ccmcieiy.    I    Aviv    had    no    immodiato    coin- she married Oberlin T. Hegland cote, D. irene — Beatty-    , c .    ,    .    ,    , h 1    ’    ]>30    *    ment    on    Saturdays    reported Earl fighting. Linwood.    in    Lebanon, villagers said ■7a    that Israeli artillerv shelled the « j .n west Garden of Memories, the md a nenaltv of 714    i    i -    —    --------- —i™ -j • ,«rr  ......    1^0    ^    Appleton®:    Cedar    Valley    .Memorial Gar- ' A Memorial Gardens petition Private property north of nary and agreed lo exchange all ;KaP‘dstm 1955m    church, a1^ 10:3» a^|outskirts of the town of shibaa Edgewood. Burial: Asbury dens, and Ray Iimbrecht and claims the IRS erred by includ-    °    2700    in formation regarding tho    'n    rhur^h    Thompson!’ Bunairiniand cern- in southern Lebanon seriously cemetery, Elkport.    Albert Vocke - identified as of-    jntr in a    determination of the    bIock SU'    Hughes-Rebozo investigation. At    Lutneran cnurcn.    etery, Bennett. Friends may Hopkinton — Beecham ficials of the firms.    firm's tavahlo    inr*om<> i    sum    Elsie M.    Daman, 52, of    1135    the time, Lenzner wrote, the    Surviving in addition    to    her    caii at Turner west until 9 p.m. Kerby 76. Monday at IO at St. r ennkoumon    said    FriHnv    niiocypdlv    nniH    m Ran    l im    Country club drive, Marion,    was    committee had conducted more    husband is a daughter.    La    Sunday and at the church from Luke Catholic church. Rosary)., tour! spokesmen    said    today    allegedly    paid    to Ray    Urn-    a(    ,,,    ^ hospita,.    than 300 intervje„s in thc mat-!Verna Feuerhelm of    Cedar    9 .am. to 10:25 a.m. Monday. paid to Ray Lim Sunday at 8 at Goettschrs,!that the two firms and officials brecht, president of the corpora-where friends may call after IO dispute the IRS claims of back hon at the time. by Midwest wounding a 10-year-old girl and destroying a number of houses. The villagers said Israeli jets ter. taxes and penalties. Development Corp. College Community Breakins Net S200 —Ore Plant— (Continued from Rage I.) a.m. Sunday. Iowa City — Harold Telling 65. Tuesday at IO at George L. Gay’s, where friends may call after 4 Sunday. A memorial has been established. Burial: Cedar M e m o r i a I cemetery, Cedar Rapids.    I    have    an annual payroll of $34 Luana — Ldrw Smith, 93 Breakins at three College rnillinn MKeou —lCharlesCDUtKirkpa- Community scihools lute I burs- The specific order by Lord trick, 84. Monday at 2 at Unitedly or early rnday netted demands a halt to discharge of Methodist church. Powell’s. thieves more than $200 in cash. rnrk wn<dp« that result from R^STaT-iX arrs[.Taken from a safe at Prairie!,! pro^ucUon of tZiie a Reynold’s. Toledo — William J was driving However, after a series of let- Dennis, both of Cedar Rapids; Whitmer, Janie and released. The car she crossed the center line and went ters to treasury department of-in the ditch near Sixth street ficials Lenzner’s report said, thc and Waconia drive SW. She was committee was told last April 12 charged with driving on the left lbat it could receive no addi-hand side of the road. Rapids; two sons, Dale and 12 grandchildren; two great- chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Mon grandchildren; a sister. Mrs. da-v bv tbc Bev- Marlin The casket will not be opened I also were seen overhead ap parently searching out Pales-Turncr I tinian guerilla hideouts. after the service. Counterfeit Bill Is Vcrle Anderson of Decorah, and whitn'er. Buriah°C?dar Memo-' Charged On 3 Counts three brothers. Glen and F rank! rial cemetery. Turner west. FoMowina Di^turhnnco tional data pending a dispute (Nims. both of Clermont, and ----- “    ^ ,over language in the agreement. (Melvin Nims of Fayette.    I Kill Bu 5 I ll I ll Tdi Ro^ert Bensen’ 2333 Rompot “As a result,” Lenzner said.! Services will be noon Tuesday,    L,    *    [street SE, was arrested Satur- i“except for a handful of tax re-;at Trinity Lutheran church with jf) Cdf"! FUCK UTSSll day    following a distur- Rpilflrfpr! bv PnlifP turns ancl the chance merely to the Rev. Richard A. Osing ot- ,v    .    ,    , hance near his home. /    .,    •    ,    .    ,    |    read a few interviews, we have I ficiating. Burial will be in Bin- ne Pcrs01? as known dead He was charged with intoxica- ______________________   ,........  ..       Cedar    R^ids    pohceadwseci,    received nothing from the IRS I wmxi cemetery.    in a car-truck accident about H tion< resisting officers, and View schqpl was $35.86 in cash, grade of ore used in the pro-1 P^°Ple Saturday night to be on and bave furnished them with Friends may call at Turner ujml f ^    ,    ll!    striking fixtures adjacent to a Kubik, Thieves entered the school by duction of steel. Taconite is Ble l()0K°ut f°r bogus money voluminous rn a t e r i a I s. “He ‘chapel west after 2 p.m. Sunday a ,.°^t sixths1tree:tS\\.    street. Police said a ear he was ender- nrvine ODen a door on the east mined at a Reserve nlant lo- aBt’r turning up a counterfeit ur£TPd the committee to antho- until q n m \inndnv and ut the oiice could not release 80. Monday at 1:30 at Bender-1    prying open a door    on the    east    mined at a Reserve plant lo- S,Trarr - William L. Burch-    side of the building.    outed near the    Wisconsin-Min- »WbHI- art. 64. Monday at lo at Over- Thieves took $50 in cash from nesota border near the tip of    oui    ,    -------------- ton’ .    a safe jn a studv room at Prai- Uake Superior and turned into    number K3857/i95A, was tinent information.” Victor - Carl Ma hmann, ,    .    .    .    ,, ;rnn nee "it th.. Rpcorvo nbmt turned in with a bank deposit 76. Sunday at 2 at st James    ne elementary school. From    iron orc at me    Reserve plant    v Lutheran church. McAninch’s. ~    Prairie junior high    school    $123    at Silver Bay. Volga — Leo F. Krieg, 73,(in cash was taken from the ‘Reserves discharge creates urged the committee to    autho-;    until 9 p.m. Monday, and at the 1 uucuf ,C,UU1U "UL Ie,cast‘    Ihc‘    driving    struck a mail    box,    and . ,    nze subpoenas for    IRS    agent    church from IO a.m. Tuesday!^1710,0 ]v PJ'r;sori PenclirikT    n°-    Bensen    allegedly scuffled with a 1_^ .^eries Wlth 1 Bartlett and others    with    “per-    until 11:55 a.m. The casket will lRJatlon ^hves.    officers who arrived    at    the no, he opened foiling the "'JESSXVZ    -ne to    investigate. VICC-    cident.    - Evanston. IU Monday at IO at scho(>1 ,,ore cash hox SU) from a serious health hazard to the Witt" Elkader.    0 Ba j the secretaries’ cash box, and $4 people exposed to it.” said Lord Waukon — T^o Fitzgerald, BO. Monday at 10:30 at St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Rosary fit 8 Sunday at Bakke-Hanson’s, where friends may call after 2 Sunday. WTiat C heer Ethel Braden Lackard, 78 , Davenport. Sunday at 2 at Hardin’s, What Cheer. Burial: Barnes Citv. from a kitchen cash box All three breakins were dis- in a 13-page memorandum. Lord said earlier that there C R. Man, 34, Held in Frying Pan Assault Doug Hickey Hurt in 1-Car Crash on 149 AMANA — A rural Cedar Further Claude L. Stratton accident Claude L. Stratton, 62, of 86 available. Rapids man was injured in a Eighteenth avenue sw< died Sat* A 34-year-old Cedar Rapids one-car accident Saturday night urday ni8ht following a brief information on the U>on’t lose time locating a lost was not immediately Find it fast with a want ad. Dial 398-8234. . .    ...    .    ,ls    was    sufficient evidence to show man ls being held in the Linn jn which his car landed on top illness, covered^ by custodians Friday tbat asheStos fibers, which county J3*1 on a charge of as- 0f him.    Born    Feb.    29, 1912, in Musca- morning'    come    into Lake Superior in sau,t and battery for allegedly o0ug Hickey, 18. of route two, tine, he lived most of his life in the    Reserve discharge, consti-    bitting his    roommate    with    a    fry-    was listed in fair condition at St.(Cedar Rapids. On Nov. 13, 1939, fute    a public    health hazard    to    inS Pan-    Luke’s hospital with abrasions    he married the former Bertha By Los Zacheis the    thousands    who depend    on Thomas    William    Thurston,    and possible head injuries.    Adams in Iowa City. 14311 ^ Second avenue    SE,    is    ac-    His car left the road one mile    Ml Stratton was a driver for Barbershop Parade Earns Roars from C.R. Audience Cliv Briefs (More Briefs on 20A) Cash Taken —Police reported Nab 16-Year-Old In Robbery Try A 16-year-old boy was alest ake for their drinking wa- bond the ter. • n - i f.    .    , Reserve is owned bv Republic cd Saturday afternoon in con-S(ell, and Armc0 S(ec| nection with an attempted rob- u,rd said Rescrve-s plant bere of a grocery store.    wou,d ri,main closed    (he The youth    was charged with    company proves it is in    com- .59 in cash was    taken    from    a    assault with    intent to commit a    pliance with state regulations cigar box    in a    breakin    Friday    felony in an    April 5 robbery at-    Minnesota water and air    qual-    9§ night at the Dairy Queen. 501 tempt at Thrifty Food store, jty standards are notably strict- < <■ ontinued from Page I.) Sixteenth street NPT    1201 Fourth avenue SE.    cr than federal limits    apartment    for    about    an    hour * * Chuck Traylor directed the The Cedar Rapids Harmony I Hawks in a brilliant “Cool Hawks reeled off their 24th an- Water • Among the guest quartets was the flashy Boston Commons, hich scored with a “Music Enthusiastic audiences roared Man” medley, a fine tenor solo him.    ^    Surviving    in    addition    to    his    ^bejr    approval    of the sparkling!voice on “Sentimental Journey” The Iowa highway    patrol    is    wife is a daughter. Mrs. Linda    arrav 0f entertainers starting    and    a    nice blend    on    a plushy continuing its investigation,    and    Smith of Redondo    Beach, Calif.,    with'Old Time Harmony Music    ballad,    “Who Told You?” charges are pending.    four sons, James    of Sacramen-    4 and the evergreen “Are --to, Calif., Daniel    in the U.S    y0ll from Dixie”? charge C.R. Man was    Uuard,    Port    Angeles.    ‘    Tjle    sbow    was emceed I hurston is held in lieu of $125 Hickey out. and then landed on Muscatine. Comedy by Also present were the Jax of Harmony from Des Moines, a foursome long on comedy and lean on blend. *    Police    said a    would-be robber    The judge also ruled that    Re- He said    police had been trying    . f ~•    ...i poc:cf:„r,    Wash., and Larry and Ronald of    George Coontz < oms Stolen    —Roy    Doty, 137 left the    store    after pointing a    '-ene was in violation of    the lo reach    Bush Saturday to ques-    mTOX tare , rcesisrmg    ^edar Rapids; his mother, Mrs. Thirty-seventh    street    NE, told I gun at    the    owner, Loretta    federal Water Pollution Act    | hon him    further but they did not    Marvin A. McMurrin. 37, of    Ethel Strong of Cedar Rapids: a Harmony    Hawks police $150 in old coins were [faddy, and announcing a hold---know where he was.    JIH    Fifth    street    SE,    was    half-sister. Mrs. Velma Westfall taken from his apartment some- up. He fled when she screamed. A    good    salesman has to    cover    Bush phoned the    FBI immedi-    charged with intoxication and 0f Lone Tree;    ................................... ...... ii*    territory    Want    ads    do    this    ately after he was    released and    resisting officers Saturday night, j Lance Stratton of Cedar    Rapids,    tion    of    Len    Bjella    displayed    Jones with theV matchless j    was questioned at    length, but a    He was arrested after Cedar and sjx grandchildren.    splendid    dynamics on    the Al    Jol-    “Shenandoah”, and the Certain -    duty officer there    said he hadf*^aPlds P°hce were called to a; Services are pending    at    son    standby.    “Sonny    Boy”,    and    D’s who certainly need not take : “no information” on the case. |fight at 610 Sixth avenue SE. [Turner chapel east, where a clever and versatile arrange-[a back seat to anyone with their friends may call after 5 p.m. ment of a trip down memory smooth and tasteful rendition of time in the last four months while he was out of town.    39    YEARS AGO - The Vichy    daily. * * *    radio    reported a detachment of Locker Entered — John Soviet troops had arrived in Baddy, 3427 Sheridan drive SE, southern Italy to fight Italian said a $29 watch and $21 pair of Fascist forces, tennis shoes were taken recent-1 ly from his locker at McKinley! junior high school. The impressive-as-ever liar- Local quartets appearing in-a half-brother, mony Hawks under the direc- eluded the ever popular Vigor- n AuiEsj Jcq- i we Want ads perform an important community service, read them daily Che (Crime ftujitim (6uzrttr TEAHEN FUNERAL HOME Since J 936 Marian F. Teahen    Elden    B. Rohn OWNER    MORTICIAN Phone 364-6627    600    First Ave. NW* lane in a medley of bon-bons. ; the nostalgic “Baby Shoes”. 5 NIMIIIMHMMItllltmilllMIMIMIIHtllllMtlMDillHttliHitltHMIMIMMIMNIIiMtlltHllMMIMttMtllHllllllllllllllillllMIIIIIMIIMIItlUllilltMIMi Established In 1*83 by Th; Gazelle o. and published dolly and Sunday at 500 Third Ave. SE. Cedar Rapids..Iowa 52408. Second Class Postafle paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates by carrier IS cents a week. By mail: Niqht edition and Sunday 6 Issues 52 25 a month, $24 a year: Afternoon editions and Sunday 7 issues $2 50 a month, $25 a year. Other states and U S territories $40 a year No moll subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication ot all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. S^Mways A Welcome Gift! Planters with Green Foliage Terrariums PIERS0N’Sfshopr I 800 Ellis Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1836/* S CENTURY BURIAL VAULTS Since 1927 Charles, Henrietta, & Charles Jr. Pochobradsky 4219 MT. VERNON RI). S F. 364-7478 .Hill* E. L A I*ES flowers Since 7 909 Convenient downtown location 308 Third Avenue S.E. 365-0511 HIK SU . • - Prompt KIM WK It*    lleli rem VKAti'S I* I ll I'M!WEH SHOP 5(108 Center Pl. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 NOVAK MONUMENT CO. FINE MEMORIALS SINCE 1892 203 14th Ave. SE Phone 364-4439 irkers, Monuments and Private Mausoleums We have so many beautiful ways to say something special FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day ll#* offvr only thv finvst in Service . . . Facilities Knowledge . • . tai* Thv K'amilivH WV» Harp Svrvvtt BAXTER MEMORIAL CHAPELS MARION: 377-1538 3 blocks north of Library MT. VERNON: 895-8606 % Block west of Post Office iii* Time and Understanding For many years we have served the families of this^fc community with dignity, understanding and integrity. At Cedar Memorial we take the extra time to render the finest, service our profession is capable of. Our first consideration is to conscientiously serve the needs of each family with respect to their religion and their f financial need. Serving all Cemeteries Mar Memorial v FUNERAL HOME 4200 FIRST AVENUE EAST TELEPHONE 3*3-8000 ;