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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAttONAt WIATHI* SftVlCI fOttCAl! it TAH Ut 30.00^\ Nx Michelle Lee Walter Michelle l*ee Walter, five-month-old daughter of Mr. and Body of Michae O'Toole Found On Rflil Rridnp    Pallor, route 2. Ce- fjve suspended police detectives 1X0 D,lugc dan Rapids, died Sunday follow- lhat indictments .learns!. them Court Asked To Void Police CaseCharges The claim of one former and ye suspended police detectives WASHINGTON (AP) — The 30,000 IBEW members work for that indictments against them Bell Telephone System and its Western Electric and another The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., August 5, 1074    3 Electrical Workers Balk at Phone Pact The body of Michael O’Toole, in^ ;i sudden illness.    She was|are invalid because    the grand    unions have reached tentativei65,000 work directly for Bell 32, of 3857 Soutter court St], was horn March 7. 1974,    in Cedar    jury was improperly    impaneled    agreement on a $3 billion, three-    Negotiators for IBEW members found by Linn deputies Sunday Rapids    has been set out in    motions in    year contract, averting a na-    at Western Electric rejected the afternoon wedged in the support’ Survivors besides her parents    ynn district court to set aside    tionwide telephone strike sched-    tentative settlement while nego- beams of the Rock Island *are a brother, .Jason, at home; (the charges.    uled for Monday.    tiators    for    IBEW    members her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thr claim was made before But negotiators for a separate Reno Walter, Oxford; and Mr. (he Iowa supreme court last group of International Broth-and Mrs. Lawrence Volesky of.month, but the high court said erhood of Electrical Workers route 2, Cedar Rapids; four the matter should he ruled on in (IBEW) members employed by the Western Electric Co., a Bell I railroad trestle across the Cedar river near Cedar Rapids The county medical examiner said O’Toole, who had not been seen since he    left    to    go    fishing    fireat'8randrnothers.    Mrs Wil-    district court    before being con Friday afternoon,    died    of    a    *'am ^ovak, Oxford,    Molly Vo-    sidered by the    appeal court, heart attack.    lesky, Cedar Rapids, Amelia    Charged in    the indictments *    *    *    Schlotterbeck, Vinton    and Mrs.    arP Public Safety Commissioner Michael F. O’Toole was born Carl Walter, Williamsburg. .James Steinbeck, a former de-Aug. 6, 1891, in Charlotte. He Services: 'limner chapel west'tective, and Robert Manchester, working for Bell accepted it. A Western Electric spokesman said IBEW members had set up pickets at IO of the 15 Western Electric plants employing IBEW OW WI Aim* I CHOC AST i> Rain is expected Monday night from northeastern Texas into lower Illinois. Mostly fair elsewhere. t1 - —Hostages— (Continued from Page I.) had lived in Cedar Rapids for the past 57 years. He had been employed by the Quaker Oats Co. until his retirement in 1956 He is survived by two sons, •John J. and Dean, both of Cedar Rapids; a brother, Wilford, Grand Mound; a sister, Loretta O'Toole, Dewitt; six grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren subsidiary, rejected the tenta- members. five agreement and IBEW He said pickets had been set members struck at least IO    up at plants    in    Chicago;    Mont- Western Electric plants.    gomery, 111.;    Lisle, III.; Omaha; _    ,    ,    The    tentative agreement Columbus. Ohio; Shreveport, a \ a™ . ,v f 10 Kenneth Millsap, Darwin Am- covers the 500.000-member Com- La.; Oklahoma City; Indianapo-Rev. Richard    )sing.    Burial:    I mr    meter,    Donald    Rosdail and Asst, munications Workers    of Anteri    tis; Kearny,    N.    J.; and    Allen- mantle    Lutheran    cemetery    east    chief    Wallace    Johnson    ca. IBEW members    employed    town, Pa of Williamsburg.    All are charged with perjury directly by Bell and a group of He said there were no IBEW Friends may call at rumor land obstruction of justice and 135 sma|ler independent unions. | pickets at Western Electric west until IO a m. Tuesday. The all except Johnson are charged casket will not be open after the with conspiracy in connection service.    with an alleged attempt to in jure the reputations of other officers and to have charges; pressed against the other of- Memorial Services at it and tried to topple it with powerful water hoses. 2040 Glass road NE; Merle Don jnside Carrasco and Domin- 1 Anderson, 3117 Meadowbrook,    ....... ,r^!,Tv^;u»r.Srrn:h«*1,Tr"o: drive NE; Russell Loc Marks, I suez apparently picked their cipitarion ___ _    _    Hiawatha; Nadine Dorothy own targets. The Weather church by the Rev. Richard J. Hess. Burial; Mt. Calvary. Father Hess will recite the Rosary Anchor* 47 ai l Antieitt 7*44-1----       *    ——Tuesday at 7 p.m. and the ... SJR J3 Merry man, 2237 Birchwood jn the midst of the violence Knights of Columbus will lead cncmo a? ss .01 n orleans §4 47- J*nve ^E! Craig A. Murphy,i y Willard Stewart of the de- the Rosary at 7 30 p rn in the Denver 84*3.01 New York 90 71 .33 Center Point; Lawrence Donald    t    .    ..    ,    ,    p.m. in me 2u,uihi    Jo 74    —    82    55    Sills, 585 Twenty-ninth street,    Partment °‘ corrections rushed    Stewart funeral    home,    where Houston*    8475    — vvashinotn    90    71 1.31 Marion; Rickie Lee Slater, 441    out into the courtyard of the    friends may    call    Tuesday    from r*    o    va/ al    Twenty-sixth street, Marion,    ) prison and cut the ropes which    2 to 9 p.m. Le.    K.    Weather    and Randy Lee Smiley, 3631    Kn..na *Up eioht ether hncta0p<; Dick, Frederick W. — 3 p.m. Services: Wednesday at IO Tuesday at Turner chapel east|Mcers-a m. in Immaculate Conception b.v the Rev. Allen S. VanCleve Their motions claim the jury of Central Park Presbyterian that indicted them had no power church. Burial; Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner east until 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. The casket wil! not be opened after plants in Vancouver, Wash.; Reading, Pa.; Denver; San An IBEW spokesman said Ramon, Calif.; and Little Rock, Ark. Eight other Western Electric plants whose workers are represented by the Communications Workers also were unaffected, the company spokesman said. Western Electric spokesmen estimated that 56,000 to 57,000 IBEW workers were on strike. Rejected Settlement Tension Mars Greek-Turk Peace Talks to indict because it began in the January quarter and did not follow statutory requirements the service: He was a memberjfor being extended while April By United Press International Church’1]nd m*hS5S"tod*? and July 9uart^ &rand Jun('s Greek and Turkish negotiators and was married to the former I were in session.    madp    g    new    attempt    Monday to T h e A hearing on motions in the|set cease-fire lines in war-torn which requires rank-and-file ap- Alcne Burk in 1916. Erenberger, Mrs. George — case has been scheduled Brosh chapel in Cedar Rapids (Thursday at 9 a.rn 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Burial:] Oakland cemetery, Solon. Wage Boost tentative agreement. a h mf ii , j    bound the eight other hostages uirrh cim/ioif    78    Oakland road NE, all fined    /    ° I High sunday ................,«    t30 and costs, Connie Rae .im-    »ho had been forced by the con-    Harry A. Behrens Low overnight .............. ™    drich, 2911 Sixth street SW; victs to surround the wooden    _    Dauffenbach.    Albert    W.    —I Noon Monday ................77    Larry Michael Green, 3709    shield.    Harry    A. Behrens, 67, of 1616 Tuesday at 10:30 at Chapel of 2 p.m. Monday.............. 79    Twelfth avenue SW, and John    Carrasco, Dominguez    and an-    Memorial drive SE. died Sunday Memories by the Rev. John P. Precipitation ..............None    Jfru^hy^EfJed^O^and    other convict, Ignacio    Cuevas,    following a brief illness. Born in| Woods of Westminster Presby Newhall Nov. 28. 1906, he was a !^Ilan    Burial    (    cdar j * r    j    .    Memorial.    Arrangements    by resident of Cedar Rapids most)Cedar Memorial funeral home. Total for August............2.211 costs.    began    the climactic move when Normal for August .........2.97    violation of restricted license they walked out of the third- Normal through August ...23.16 — Thomas Eugene Reddin, floor library surrounded by hos- °f bis Be and the former Total for 1974  .............33.70    2525    Indiana    street SW. fined tages and headed down a steep Regina M. Stock were married c .    • Barometer, rising ........ 30.16    E    an_    costs*    ramp    toward the armored car 0°* 8, *955, in Cedar Rapids. OGHIOT V*rlTIZ0n Work Resumes Next Week on Loop Streets Barometer, rising Humidity at noon 58% Disobeying traffic signal — Thomas E. Bowell, 2019 G ave- Mr. Behrens was a retired employe of Cherry- Burrell Corp where he had been em- Sun rises Tuesday, 6:05: sun - Wilmer Kermit Blair, 1408    PloFed    for    10 Fears' He was a sets, 8:20    Ellis    boulevard    NW,    fined    Mf*    member    of    United    Automobile ..... ^ they had demanded. Wind direction and velocity at nue NE" fined SIV and costs.”Inside Shield 2 p m. NE at 3 mph.    Striking    unattended    vehicle Insjde the makeshift shield Year Ago Today — High, 89: and costs. low 68; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Improper muffler I Bruce Hepperle, 818 Third (street NW; Michael    Keith Lange, Springville, and Steven,    ,    ,    . Tuesday    Mark Sigwarth, route three, caPfured unharmed Mr Weather. Hi-Lo Marion, all fined $10 and costs, lard was not hurt, but Father Bismarck .........Fair    52-82    No driver’* license — Delane O’Brien was shot once in the left Chicago   PtCldy    52-69    Allen Johnstone, 2333 Rom-I side of the chest. Cincinnati  .PtCldy    55-78    pot street SE, fined $15 and Cleveland  PtCldy    56-72 j    costs. Des Moines    Fair    52-77    Accidents, damage to vehicle Detroit   Cloudy    52-73j— Duane Powell, 230 Atwood Indianapolis .. •. . PtCldy    56-76    drive NW. fined $20 and costs. Kansas City........Fair    55-80j    Responsibility for minors — Milwaukee  PtCldy 53-70|Dana Nowlin, 1247 Third street Mpls.-St. Paul .. PtCldy    50-78;    nw, fined $20 and costs. Omaha    Clear    51-88    Other defective equipment — St. Louis.......... Fair    50-78(John ley and two other hostages: the Workerg unjon and Lutheran citizens will The downtown asphalt overlay project, plagued with delays because of difficulty in obtaining material.s, should be completed next week. Daryl Walk of Shive-Hattery and Associates, consulting cngi-Special bus service for senior neers, said Monday cleaning Saturday Bus Service Ended Steve Rev. Joseph O’Brien and Mrs. h h ' ' Novella Pollard, who was handcuffed to Cuevas. Cuevas was Pol- for Cyprus, but charges of mass ex- proval, would boost wages and pulsions, atrocities and abduc- benefits 35.8 percent over the tions marred the faltering peace next three years. talks.    In    announcing    the settlement Greece ordered a high alert in a* a news conference Sunday response to reported Turkish night, CWA President Glenn troop movements along their Watts said the contract would joint border. Athens sent war- be submitted for ratification ships into the Aegean sea fol- only after local contract negoti-lowing Turkish naval maneu- ations are completed vers near two Greek islands. No A deadline for wrapping up clashes were reported.    local    issues    was    set for mid- Mediating British military nigbt. Au8 after which time officers described the Greek- arW    s    23    operating com Turkish negotiations on the island as “rough going” following an abortive attempt panics across the country could be struck individually. Watts estimated that the agreement will cost the company more than $3 billion over Cuevas has been charged with capital murder. Burks, wearing a flak jacket, said he was hit once in the chest by a bullet fired from within the shield. no longer be avail-    work on the remaining streets able on Saturdays, Ray Bagley,    should begin Tuesday and pav-    Sunday to agree on demarca Surviving    in    addition    to    his    president of the Regional Tran-    ing should start the following    tion    lines and buffer zones, wife are three sons,    Harry,    Rob-sit Corp. (RTO, said Monday.    day. He said the paving work    lt    s Undersecretary of State l^e    contract> ert and Eugene, all of Cedar For several months the RTC cou^ fbus be finished by next ,\rtdur Harman arrived in Tur- addition to pay increases, Rapids; two daughters, Mrs. has been operating two buses Tuesday.    stmday    f°r    ta^s    on    the    the union chief said the offer Frederic Ahi, Minneapolis^ and for the    exclusive use of senior    The contractor,    Kutehera    (crisis. He was expected to fly to    provides full protection against Mrs. Phillip O’Connor, Elgin, citizens.    The buses run six days    Construction Co., has been    Cyprus and Greece    later in    the    inflation, the “largest improve- 111.;    16 grandchildren; his a week    on varying schedules,    hampered by a lack    of aggre-    week in an attempt    to break    the    ment ever made” in pensions, a mother. Mrs. Claus Behrens, I picking    up riders at their door    gate material. The    material,    talks deadlock.    company-paid dental plan and Atkins; two sisters, Mae|by prior arrangement. Ritscher, Keystone and Pauline Kreunter. Mt. Pleasant; and three brothers, l>ouis, Walter, “It knocked me down. I saw and Elmer, all of Cedar Rapids. Sioux Falls.........Fair    50-781 fourth ^ree^NE, ^nd Terr^L. 0 other offic®rs 8® down the| servjces; Turner chapel east1 Coralville Lake    f    A\re€t    sw>    -Uu    .P.T°    al    1:30    P-m    Tuesday    by    the both fined $10 and costs. Pool level Monday 681.60 Unlawful use of license — rill    Michael Dean Wampler, 397 Births — St. Luke S    Eighteenth street SE, fined $30 vests saved our lives.” he said. Rev. Richard I Rammed Shield    Trinity    Lutheran church. Walker County Sheriff Darrell Burial: Cedar Memorial. Aug. I Alan Wescott nue SE. a daughter; Tn tho families of and ' costs- Wi,,iam Joseph (White said officers fired only j Friends may call at Turner east ridership than weekdays, t. 1804 Sixth ave- S    NW’    finod when gunshots came from with- untn \ p.m. Tuesday. The cas- “It’s run into a money prob- Mi_ in the shield after the hoses ket wj]i remain closed after the Jem,” he said. “I don’t want quarried in Minnesota, is Red Cross and U. N. spokes-1more ^an million in local available, but the problem has    men accused    the Turkish in-    money for resolving    what he been finding rail cars to trans-    Vasion force    of surrounding    caHed inequities in    job    clas- port it to Cedar Rapids.    Greek Cypriot    towns along the    sifications. The project was scheduled for 'island’s northern coast and A major stumbling block dur-Baulev said the Saturday ser- ^mpletion by the end of July, hauling off male villagers.    ing the more than two months of rnhnmncnn vice is bpinc eliminated to rut The late completion will not he U. N. sources said Turkish negotiations had been the issue costs and because Saturdays cause for any PcnaRy or in-troops briefly ejected a peace- of union security and Watts said usually have considerably less crease in costs’ however.    keeping patrol    from the village    the new contract offered    sub- The experimental service is funded by revenue sharing money allocated by the city council. Joseph $20 and costs. Disobeying stop sign Va n d e v i I Ie, 1055 Parkview (chae, Charles Cox 480 Twelflh were turned on it. One hose nip- service. ririve, Marion, a daughter. street Marion, fined $20 andltured and the shield wasn’t top-    _ Peter Bischoff. 1840 Daleview    ,    .. drive, Marion, a daughter; yakjng over limit of catfish    ,    off,c®rJ    . a™    Roswell    McCaulev Duane Long, HI.    jJSh    L.    Kub^.^Shelfsblr?}'W,th 3 l0n* meU1 ladder they    Medley street E, Hiawatha, a daughter, fincd $20 and costs. John lluschka, 4001 Fourteenth, Expirpd temporary MlfPfr’ Permit - Cra>8 A-700 Thirty-fifth street. Marion, renter Point fined SIS and    ^ a daughter; Richard Holmes, costs    ’    Burks    said    when    he and other A lifelong Cedar Rapids resi- 355 Twenty-first sti out SE. a Crossing at other than cross- officers reached the battered daughter; Gary L. Henderson, walk _ George Michael Han- shield. “Carrasco and Domin- appeared dead Two Iowa Deaths    women    were    als0,?ead    1    _?**    a movement. It was Father Cascade - Mike Noonan. 82. 0.Brien. , told him. .|t s a|| to! do it, but we just don’t have enough money in the budget.” Bagley said the service is •'There isn’t any problem.” Bellapais, three miles from stantial improvement, said Public Improvements ''he northern port of Kyrenia. commissioner Richard Phil- ejecting about I 500 Greek Cy-lips. “The delays are under- prints during the U. N. absence, standable.”    In    Nicosia,    President    Glafkos —Nixon— (Continued from Page I.) pushed through a window.    Roswell    James    McCauley,    45,1 driver's J There were more shots and 3^4 Wilson avenue SW, died C™1* A-    then it was over. White said. Sunday following a long illness. About 25 blocks were included grides accused the Turks Sun-1said ^ sources reported that nniiP^* .nr-PPsefi.V ' JiVk * 74.80 if1 the Pr°ject- to be com- J ° ®Ject,n8 20’ ,rp^ the new tactic was proposed beguile successful, with 75-80 pIefed greJ fhe north ha)f    ^>^1^    the    64    tape    recordings Route I, Anamosa, a daughter. Aug. 3 — To the families of David Anderson, Central City, a daughter; Stephen Murvihitl, 1420 Oakland road NE, a1 persons using the buses each weekday. Less than half that many use the service on an average Saturday, he said. First avenue from Fourth street    TRS    which Nixon has been ordered to the bridge. First street NE a ars0" ,and„ 'old b'°®d*d to turn over to U.S. Judge John block norlh of First avenue, I murder Turkish rn y " i Sirica contain information po- Second avenue SE between flcers denled ,he char«es'    tentially damaging to the Pres- In some cases, weekday calls Fourth and Sixth streets, First Military officers representing jdent dent, he was born Dec 28. 1929. j Mr. McCauley and the former, Mildred "Midge'’ McDonald have necessitated using autos to street SE between Second and Britain, Greece. Turkey and the    hieh    IpvpI    WhitP    Hm.cp were married in Cedar Rapids (supplement the bus service, Third avenues, Third avenue SE U. N. peacekeeping force took    ie    '    J    a*ie    ™use I3’ 1972.    Bagley added.    (between    First street and the'their search for firm cease-fire    TouMaT    I    net daughter: « 1111. rn O h Un. Wednesday at 10:30, at St. Pa-1”    *    ■”“    ...... “• ”"| “"K in addi'jon «» »is. "Through the week, we're get-bridge and Fourth avenue SE lines to the battle zones on Sun-    ,h(1    case    inst Blairstown, a daughter;    Dean trick’s Catholic church, North overt Lather. Everything    is wife are three daughters. I atsy j ting more calls    than we can west of L irst street.    nay.    Nixon voted bv    the house iudi Dennis. Swisher, a son.    Garryowen. Friends may call going to be all right’.”    Kroupenske, Kristine McCauley handle,” he said.    - As    they inspected the zones. carv committee Aug. 4 To the families of at’^"®y s 8f£    Authorities    said    Mrs.    Beseda,    and Deana Ray McCauley, all    '---- \A/0LL    skirmishes    were    reported    along    \.\„ .    •„ nona'd fobnsoo Leisure^je-;    « prison math teachrr. w« khrt of. ^r Rapid.: th« gong    —Webb—    .    ..    All    hell    will \ard NE. a daughter; Charles Ream. 1818 Washington avenue SE. a daughter; Miguel Alcaraz. 6103 Underwood avenue SW, a    n daughter; Harry Beauman, 2629 MrtiT—    cur    „    donoh.or    i    Mason-Hand    s. at 10:30. Goettsch’s.    once.    Mrs.    Standby,    a librarian!Michael, David and William, all Supreme Court Tama — Mrs: Earl Soth, 93. the prison, was shot four °f Cedar Rapids; a grandchild: times in the back. —Webb— (Continued from Page I.) „    .    ,     -....... break    loose (hr northern coast near Kyrenia when ,h c0[w t,h p and along the “Green Line 1 Tuesday at 2, Mason-Hand’s. Olsen, 83.1 Wilson avenue SW. a daughter. Births — Mercy Aug. 4 Montour — John Antient, 69. Harrison’s, Tama. -T-    *    •«/i Atkins — Carl H. Gerhold, lo the families of gj Wednesday at 1:30, St. Ste- —Collapse— (Continued from Page I.) a sister, Mrs. Donald Clark. Cedar Rapids; a brother, Donald McCauley, Willimantic., Conn. Stays Start of Schaffron Tria quoted the source. However, the Kovarik apartment by breaking separating the Greek Cyprio    said    ^    sources    refused a kitchen window about 9:30 an(^ Turkish Cypriot sec ions o discuss the substance of in-p,m. He grabbed a butcher knife ^lcosia'    formation    on    the    tapes. off the wall, and threatened the may call at Turner west after 7 p.m. Monday and until IO a.rn Wednesday. The casket will not he opened after the service. frat City a daughter    after I Tue.sdav arui at    the    whole ceiling    came dowm    ConmMtioMl    church    Friends Aug 5 To    the families of church after IO Wednesday.    “I    was next to    a wall    and    a    ^OfRegational    (huiin    rrienc. Donald Stine Mi. Vernon, a Keota — Alma    Arnold,    82.    file    cabinet so there was space daughter,    Jerry    Haag,    5316, Graveside services    Tuesday    at    for    underneath I crouched Pine Grove drive NE, a son. 1130, Keota cemetery. Pow- tor unaerneala- 1 crmicnea ell’s.    on    the floor and the stuff (rub- Out of Town Births Waukon — Earl Johnson, 55 hie) was heaped all around At Seattle — Air force Major I Tuesday at 2, St. John’s Lu- me.” Mr*; I'iii    3    duuchtpr!    cnurcii.    Burial    I    Old!    ,    .    .    . horn Aug. I He is* the son of|West Paint Creek cemetery.! Police said the rear section of George H.    Cisler    4016 Mt.    Ver-1 Martin Brothers.    the    building collapsed when non road SE,    * Iowa City — Henry F. Mein-(cars    parked    on    the roof    ap- •    lr rn HI Timer!: Marriage License** John Frank Huston and 3:30, Monona cemetery Trial of Herbert Schaffron on|two. who then ran out the front f^irl Drowns in T* ________     Services:    Turner chapel west a charge stemming from an door, police said.    lime, blipping a*daughtu*meIvin*Kuba'^Cen -1 phcn‘s lutheran church. Vislta-; was a rumble and then the at 10:^ a-mA Wednesday by the alleged conspiracy to take over Another tenant, Etta Hitch. 84. ReSCUe Attempt Caused Trine Gtnn fM.SRLte.rU    \u™ ai. gurnets in Keystone .hnIflMilinnMm#Hmn    Rev.    Mary    A. White of Bethany garbage hauling businesses in of 518 First avenue NW. notified    ^    ^OUSea I Ope OOp Linn and surrounding counties j police. When officers arrived. NEW YORK - A 12-year-old. NEW YQRK (Ap> _ Time has been stayed by an IowaiW’ebb broke out a window in the!K*i*l who couldn't swim drowned magazine said Sunday that a supreme court justice.    (front    door and attempted to es-1 Sunday in a vain attempt to five-minute. 12-second gap in a The trial was scheduled to cape until officers drew their saVe her 10-year-old playmate' White House tape of a conversa- begin Monday morning in Linn I guns.    ;ajter he was *pushcd 0ff a float- tion atween President Nixon district court. The justice who    Kicked    Doors    .    .    ,    ,    and his top aides resulted from -Impeachment-    the    slay    order and at-j Wpbb is al accuspd 0( at ,ng P‘' r ;y    ;';'v the end of one reel and the ,cjzfw ..I sffi-jssrssrshr*-,? r:r u Kir- s* ”w ” current T    ,R°^rt    ^"Meyers    apartment    at    522 First ISS o(    conversation involving Nixon current mundson last week denied a *    0    k,como„ij    ar,d aides John Lhr lehman and avenue NW through a basement: As Gllbert struKR|ed in the H „ Ha|d(.man was onp o( 30 ken. si. Tuesday at lo. noon- parentjv caused the ceiling to !nc,udinR ,,ho "“J d('bla<;    flails about the stay order hue’s. Burial: Tuesday at    lU    tween senators that would be in motion for continuance of the give way and send tho autos .    , —    i . .    *    ,    ,    „    ,. | closed session under J ii I i a n n e Rap Green well; J Mt. Vernon — Kenneth Earl I?    0    concrete crashing, rules. George Edward Hill, jr.. and Whitman. 35. Wednesday at I, into the floors below    ILTi'    i!    Wl    l,'x    window, and entering the    office u,.w„r tmiahoth\anrhi>y "«"hni"it' !' "j    ,    . j . t. «,■ Janet Helene Hauge: James First Presbyterian ehureh An a0pnrv .nnb*man    ^aid In discussing the need to sub trial based    on a medical ail- .    . s si_kprk.. jn    watfL El zabt th Sane ne/, snout- turned    over to Judge John Siri- Alden Johnson and Georgia!Morgan’s.    ^    JP    ‘    ‘___ poena the White House tapes, ment not allowing (Schaffron)J V..     ,____. P(I help and then jumped in-*ca    ]aS( week Ann Klinefelter; Ivan Elmore; Vinton   Walter G. Geiken. corner of the former Parsons .and .Jennie Lee Gris- 65. Wednesday at 2, Christian house that caved in housed w'old; Larry Wayne Wilson and*church. Campbell’s.    processing    department and Barolow and Florence Feierci- qq'^Th^ff s”d a**3*0 laboratory. He said normally ordpr j() ^ ^ jr ^ fYesident n.Y resident was indicted in r ^    '    " i ' u f " ' k ” rev,ve mem la,iea    changing of the reels. Time said son. all of Cedar Rapids. Hayd2n.“ where fncnds may ab0U' mm- arsons would be    thc    ^    ™    charged    with    rn    T Y t . *'T    8    ------- Wendy Dean^Mathewa,1 botlfof “«a«" 1    M TZI 0 "Le rn,ss,ne    ^ W ^    and    fal.se    pretenses    The    Pac, Walker. David Keith Faust,I«feVCf T HnZn , Estimates >f tho.( missing whether to remove a President stay order brought about the on vL iitK Arn trMn ,nH LAGOS. Nigeria (AID Whcanadndand I°'M' -'1,C"bs- cd MothodSis"Vchur<'h. Mas,'.mr    '’IR m#r<‘ a" from offic(' "    "'"'h    continuance of trial dales |h w , announced a 25-year «ena and ,h<‘ Unil('d s,a,M (:f". John Bfnnel1' who «uard- Wh<'*"anri    ritcs Tuesday al 8, Chapman's. J do<pn      in    the    ease.    ™    *m^n5 oi| signed an agreement Saturday cd the tapes for almost a year. w'hcre friends may call after ll    13 Drowned Tuesday.    General    Retiring    , JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — General j a tugboat sank of Taliabu is- Fi res Nixon’s Watergate lawyer. overed ,|arptvS St. Clair, said earlier attempts to that the gap was caused by the that no more than one minute was needed for the change Ni- Time also quoted retired Maj. 9:11 p.m. Saturday. Short in doorbell at 4023 Vine avenueL*D!!fora.h “ ,CarI Fre^cim, TAMPA. Fla (AP) eu    65.    Tuesday at 2, Decorah Lu- „    ’    .    , 8 (16 a rn. Monday Endloader    tberan church. Steine’s.    Bruce    J aimer,    commander    of    land in the    North Moluccas and to electric lines at First avenue    Oelwein —    John Still,    91.    the U.    S. .Army    Readiness    Com-    13 persons    were drowned, a and Sixth street West.    Brants.    niand,    is retiring Aug. 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