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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NADOMAt WI MHI* SlftVtCI fOtlCAST IO ?AM f $1 30vOO 79 77 %    ~    7* 3 OOO DEATHS Nuclear Plant Test Reveals Steam Leakage The Cedar Rapids Gazette! Mon., August 26, 1071 Compromise Proposal Calls For Fire Fighter Overtime pres- OKI WEATHER FOTCX AST • extensive landholdings in the area and had l)een prominent in business affairs. Among other things, she had served as lident of the Windsor hotel. I There ^re no immediate sur* ■ vivors. Services: Turner chapel west, Wednesday at 10:30 a m. by the I Rev. Alvon Nelson of First Lu*j^ theran church. Burial: Linwood. vvben I Friends may call at Turner, tThc west until IO a.m. Wednesday. ; The casket will not be opened I after the service. Kain is expected Monday night in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and parts of the lower lakes as well as in most of Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Hazel Johnson Dies After Sudden Illness Hazel K. Johnson, 88, of 2430    ..v    »..» I-' avenue NW, died Monday    foi-    ( o Monday announced    a    tern-! Cedar    Rapids fire fighters    ahead of    time    and    worked    on    a manning recommendations lowing a sudden illness.    '    ’    .    ,    may be working overtime again rotation basis.    while staying within the budget. Born June 4, 1886, in Cedar pJ°ra^ I    8t    won, for the first time on a reg-i The third type is unscheduled steinbeck recommended the Rapids, she had lived here all Amold Kner^ Ccnter <DAEC Mular basis since June 1.    medical    leave, when an cm- f fj .    ^ i(J her life. Her family arrived in    near Palo,    That’s    the recommendation    ploye calls    to    sick    and    must    be Cedar Rapids in the 1840s,    had    The nuclear plant was    shut made by    Safety Commissioner    replaced. down last Tuesday for inspec- James, steinbeck to the city' The fire fighters asked for ♦mn ana nf minnr «t«amin response to renewed    time    and one-half    pay    for    the Hon and repair of minor steam    demands |ast week by firemen    1    F * leaks from relief valves in the    The    overtime is necessary be-time.    Steinbeck    said    there automatic depressurization ays-    cause    of a manpower shortage    wasn’t    enough money    in    the tem.    'n the fire depsrtment, if the budget.    .,oww{    ^ ic tw moo! rpmm    $38,000 for the remainder of the The plant was in the process department is to meet recom    Compromise    veflr hp caid of .starting up following the sue- Handed minimum manning re- Ce*MrremPioM1 rei^hTteft STare for thre’TTTSilis «I aPParent compromise, de-1be found in the general salary percent load rejection test,^ ^ o{ equjpmcnt sjn(,(. sjgned lo meet the minimum budget.___ plant was then shut    down to I ^une ^    sow® equipment has repair the valves, which are manned by two firemen, located    in    the    light-bulb-shapod    which is legal but which does containment    of    the    DAEC facili-    not toxify th€ city f0r optimum ty    fire insurance ratings. The leakage was confined to    Change    June I The change June I, elimina- —Daily Record— The Weather Fires High temperature* Sunday, low tem-oerdlures overnight and inches of pre-cioitation: Anchorage    55 49    .02    L. Angeles    75    43 Atlanta    SI 49    Miami    se    78    .19 Bismarck    SI 45    Min'apolis    84    44 Chicago    77 70    N. Orleans    03    74    .03 Denver .    88 55    New York    84    78 Duluth    78 54    94    Phoenix    105    78 Honolulu    90 7)    Seattle    119    53 Houston    82 74    1.28    Washington 87    75 12:24 a.m. Sunday. False alarm at 317 H avenue NW. 6:25 a.rn. Sunday. Grease on stove at 200 First avenue NE. 5:22 p.m. Sunday. Gas flush at Cedar Rapids airport. 8:20 p.m. Sunday. Overheated wheel bearing at 3325 Johnson avenue NW. 9:45 p.m. Sunday. Short in wiring in radio at 724 Knoll street SE. 11:21 p.m. Sunday. Short in wiring in front of 1810 A street Precipitation ____*.........None sw- Total for August ........... 7.26 Normal for August ........ 2.971 theran church. Bohnenkamp’s, Manchester. Independence B Orford “Pud” Ing, 70. Wednesday at 1:30, White’s, where there will be military memorial services Tuesday at 8. Sigourney — Donald W. (ire-gory, 74. Tuesday at 2, Holm’s. Toledo — Hiram Hill, 90. Henderson’s. Williamsburg — Thomas E. Lewis, 98. Tuesday at 2, Jones’, C. R. Weather High Sunday .................77 1 vow overnight    72 Noon Monday ........  85 2 p.m. Monday ............. 89 Hugh F. Phelps Hugh F. Phelps, 87, of 508 Second avenue SW, died Sunday after a long illness. Born Nov, 15, 1886, in Holdridge, Neb., he was married to Irene Fry Feb. I, 1912, at East Moline, 111. He was a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic church. National Assn. of Retired Railway Employes, Union of Brotherhood of n . c ll /~\ Ivoeomotive Engineers Division RuIb OB lf Out 159 and the Knights of Colum £    £    •    i , bus. He was a retired employe / Of I TBSI Cl Blit of the Rock Island railroad 48 years before time and one-half for the scheduled overtime, but not for the unscheduled overtime. . j , ... . .    .    He    said    that    will    let    the    de- second and third types of    over-     ___,    . .    ...    ^ „,. Kt„i„ww Lin    4w„    parent    return to    full    man- power on    each piece    of    equip ment. It will cost an additional His recommendation Monday Steinbeck said the money can > an apparent compromise, de- be found in the gener igned to meet the minimum budget. Birth Control Plans Not Enough: Rocky's Brother the containment, which encloses! Th„ .h.n„    ,    ,limin..|    BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) His speech reflected the view- the reactor, and poses no haz-Ll 0, overtime came when w !    ’    ?    .    '"    E°mt    voiwd    al    lhls    c°nferen« a rd to employes or the public,    ,    ,nte nritionalAssn ol    *'    T"-0'    programS!bv    m'ny    m™,bers    ot    thff Third *u,. |l<Kfd IL international Assn. ot were n0{ enough to solve popu- World and Socialist countries. IE officials said. Repairs to the valves have been completed, | WQrk overtjme unj(>ss paid time ]j!!kld In * arn the plant was expected to amJ one_ha,f fw {he overtime. be back in operation Monday Fire Fighters, voted to refuse to jlation problems but must be The conference has attracted economic and Rocky Won t social experts from 141 countries. They had been receiving time|deVe,0pfnCnt‘    Rockefeller    said modern de- and one-half for 12 hours of a 24-    “    *?    Buch with an vermont should emphasize hnnr m/oriimn chirt nnri uruWfht ur£ent call for a deep and prob-, an equitable distribution of the time for theother 12 hours    reappraisal    o,    all    that    has    fruit,    of    progress." (Fire fighters work a 56-hour mg reappraisal of been done in the population He said in an interdependent field,” Rockefeller told the week, based on a 28-day ached- '    u    r n°n Vor^’ tbe interna^ task °f the ule. They work 24 hours on duty    Wulatlon    fo™m j developed nations ... is to being held here rn conjunction stabilize their own populations davs then have three days off i*ilh the U N' World P»Na«on and moderate their levels of SS?’ t.he.n„hVC    Conference.    “I have changed .consumption in a sensible and and 24 hours off duty for six where friends mav call after 6 l ■ i j *n    l    r    i    SEAL    HARBOR,    Maine    (Al having worked 48 years before Monday.    retirpmont    I—    Nelson Rockefeller refuses to The overtime periods    ,    . Jo^"a“bW* d^ay Latth" Surviving in addition to his '"'"cede that his acceptance of j workedI during the regular three ,|y p]annjng a|(|nc b not ^-jorderly way_ Jones’, where friends may call wjfe are three sons, Hugh V.[the vice-presidential nomination a^s ..    .    quate.” Miller and Thoma! Carro1'' b0,i? of at 66 has ended his long <*uest'typeset overl'imt^workcd at the He also stressed the need Mennonite (cdar    and Ix-o E. OI for the presidency, citing world fjrp department. The first is for women to “pursue roles in Convicts— Kalona 93. Tuesday Jacob at 2, P Normal through August ...23.16 Total for 1974       38.75 Barometer, falling.........29.97 Humidity at noon ......... 72% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., WSW at 15 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, 6:27; sun sets, 7:49. Year Ago Today — High, 92; low 73; rainfall, none. church. Powell’s.    iCenter Tuftomboro, N.H.; three McGregor - David N. Olm- daughters, Mrs. T H Cobb, Magistrate s Court stead, 84. Tuesday at 1:30. Salem, Va., Mrs William R<>-Speeding — Kenneth Dr. h- (J‘‘U njktAred Methodist church, binson, Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Schultz’, Monona. man, Geneseo, 111.; David1    >    iUW,UIia'    Roldo Fonteyne, Silvis, 111 Walters, Alburnett; each fined) Anamosa — James F. May, grandchildren $40 and costs. Jeffrey Sindelar,    W e d n e s d a y at 1:30, „randruj|rfr_n 2718 E avenue NW, Glen Clark,)Goettsch’s, where friends may grandchildren 3706 F avenue NE; Steven Sweet, 1414 Oakland road NE; each fined $35 and costs. Brian Godwin, 1972 Second avenue SE; Ronald Wendt, Ana- 26 24 great- department. The first is, are called in and they re-one-half for I when extra men I for emergencies, loeive time and those calls. Medical Leaves addition hood.” to that of mother- their way to Lovington, N. M. There they kidnaped two 23-year-old women and forced Rockefeller, 68, and the eldest them to ride to Rotan, 175 miles brother of Vice-president desig-least into Texas, nate Nelson Rockefeller, has for' It was there they crossed the mosa; Michael Spegal, Sigourney; Harlan Witte, 3812 Mt. Vernon road SE; Roger Kar-rick, 2020 Glass road NE; Kenneth Newell, 1907 First avenue NE; Steven Fish, 2 3 7 5 call after 7 p.m. Monday. Lamont — Charles Bigelow, 79. Tuesday at 1:30. Grace United Methodist church. Krem sel-Fa wcett. Services: St. Patrick's Catho- “ lie church Wednesday at 9:30 a m. by the Rev. Carl Ries. Burial: St. Patrick’s cemetery, Vinton — William Brody, 85. Fairfax. Rosary by the Knights Tuesday at 2, White-Phillips. A of Columbus Tuesday at 7:30 memorial fund has been es- p m wi((l a vjgjl prayer    run for President Donald MrKee 77    «'15    P m by the parish at the I    when Ford    would be    ineligible, at 1:30    Walker    Teahen    funeral    home where    Rockefeller    replied,    “Did you Twenty-sixth    street,    Marion; p,p]e church. Burial    at Troy    friends    may call    Tuesday from    ever know Golda Meir? Konrad John Wagner, Atkins; John Mills. Friends may call at Mur- 2 to 9 n rn    i    Adenauer? I knew them well. Christiansen, 1729 Meadowdale doch-s after noon Tuesday.    P drive    NW;    Deborah    PosustaJ tablished. Walker - Wednesday NE; John street three, fined $30 Traveler s Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck....... PtCldy    74-45 Chicago ......... PtCldy 84-62 Cincinnati.......Tshwrs 87-641 4739 F avenue Cleveland.......Tshwrs 82-60) J ates,,400 Twenty-ninth Des Moines PtCldy 82-58 NW; Terry Merta, route Detroit • •.. .Tshwrs 85-561 Cedar Rapids, each Indianapolis ....Tshwrs 85-631 an^ costs. Kansas City  Tshwrs 85-63:    Martha Robidou, 3746 F Milwaukee  PtCldy    76-57    avenue NE; Joyce    Kane, route Mpls.-St. Paul  Fair    72-50    one, Marion; Bruce    Wilcox, 144 Omaha .........PtCldy    83-56    Bever avenue SE;    Joe Buresh. St. Louis  Tshwrs    87-63    Anamosa; Robert    Klein, 1410 Sioux Falls PtCldy 78-581 Clifton road NE; Thomas Jed- licka, 1800 McGowan boule- ben. Eugene McCarthy (D-vard, Marion; Larry Sievertsen,|Minn.) says he may be a candi-1669 Twentieth street leaders who governed in their 70s and 80s. But President Ford’s vicepresidential nominee told a news conference at his summer home Friday that political spec- Tbe second is to make up for j years b0611 0116 °f    world's first name off the death list. T. ulation about 1976 and 1980 is absences due to vacations or ,eac*in8 advocates of family L. Baker, 64, a widower who totally irrelevant” in view ol ^rescheduled medical leave. !^anrdn8- donated, millions of I lived alone on a farm, was the tremendous problems facing    overtime    is scheduled1 dodars toward population re-killed with a shotgun blast. The the nation.    I-------------------  —-------(search and is founder and chair-)list was then dropped by Wil mar of the Population Council, Rams, apparently for police to a private U.S. organization find. funded largely by the Rocke-| Names, Addresses feller and Ford Foundations. He said the motivation to use When a reporter asked if he thought he would be too old to at 72 in 1980, “This list had Mr. Baker’s name and address, and also the Monticello — Anna Reimers, 88. Wednesday at 1:30, Fii’st Presbyterian church. Goct- tsch’s. McCarthy May . Make 1976 Bid Everett C. Hass Everett Charles Hass, 50, of Great people.” Mrs. Meir resigned as Israeli premier at 75, while Adenauer was West German chancellor CHICAGO (AP) Former Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.0, rise .3 Lansing (18) 8.0, no change Dam 9 (18) 12.6. fall .7 McGregor (18) 6.8. fall .4 Guttenberg (15) 4.0, fall .9 Dubuque (17) 7.8, fall .5 Davenport (15) 5.6. rise .1 Keokuk (16) 4.3, rise .3 to Lena Mae Coleman in 1947 in Wisconsin. He had been a heavy .    .    equipment operator, and was a J”;; I date for President in 1976 on an member of local 234, operating 1501 A ""enue NE, died Sunday jnt0 bjs g0S at Un;, cr, ty of Iowa hospitals Rockefel!er*s aides have said after a brief illness. ,    be    ^0^    ^    challenge    Ford    in He was born March 13, 1924.11976 in Linn county. He was married contraceptive services is best names and addresses of the dis Grand Jury To Hear (stimulated by hope that living trict att and (he djstrict Charge of Larceny    #nd    #pportumUes wl"    J**? out there,” Glasgow said. Martha Clark, no address.! boundl over to the grand! following a preliminary    (Continued from Page I.) was —Ford- The oldest man elected President was William Henry Harrison, who took office at 68 in 1841 and died a month later. Dwight Eisenhower was the oldest to serve in the office, leaving at 70. Glasgow said Baker had once testified against Williams in a jury tollowmg a preliminary tuonunuea irom rage i.r .burglary trial. hearing in magistrate’s court on aujckiv delivered bv separate C(mvKis ^en drove south ■    quickly    a (livered DV separately Graham where they released the two women, who say they had been raped. The trio continued on to Breckenridge and « . -....... ^    ,    took    over a sport car at gunned Zoll of Libby-Owens-1    •    t    r    6 Glass Co., the Presidentr * a charge of larceny.    car She is charged with taking jn goods from the Me Too store, 1420 Mt. Vernon road SE, June 27. the four-hour game with on two business executive-friends. I William Whyte of U. S. Steel! and F Ford Cedar fail .01 at C.R. (13)    3.: Coralville Lake Pool level Monday .....692.63 Births — Mercy Aug. 24 —To the families of) SW ^DenmT’v^Tornrne. * 4204    independent ticket    backed by    engineers. Culver street NE; Bradley Vin-    the Committee For    a Constitu- Surviving are six daughters, cent, 5310 Gordon avenue NE: tional Presidency.    Brenda Meyers, Pam Oakley,! ro7dnNF>;*Tch f'ineS »»kl£d McCar,hy said Sunday 'hat Mary Beth and Sheila all of costs.    the Washington-based group is    Cedar Rapids; Elaine    Pudans, | Resisting an officer — Tom an outgrowth of the 1968 Demo- Des Moines; and Sherril Black, Evans, 115 Fifth avenue 3W;jcratic national convention, aUSpokane, Wash.; his mother,) fined $25 and costs.    which he lost a bid    for the pre-    Marie Hass, Lisbon;    and two the quality of service our cus- Meter violation - Cathy)sidential nomination to Hubert brothers, Donald C., Walford; j tonners deserve. Hastings, 1214 Thirty-sixth,and Burnell, Clinton; and six Iowa Electric-- (Continued from Page I.) Man Is Bound Over To Linn Grand Jury Gifford Grother. no address, was bound over to the grand t0 Births Charles Einstein, 229 Broad- more road NW, a son; Wayne Struchen, 295 Fifth avenue, Marion, a daughter; Richard Ruble, 1811 Eighth avenue SE, Stopping on highway — Dan-a daughter: Leo Coleman. Cog- id Gardner, 2044 North Towne gon, a daughter.    > court NE; fined $15 and costs. Aug. 25 To    the    families    of Traffic    signal    violation Virgil Ashley. 220 Sixth ave- James Coleman,    Swisher; nue,    Marion, a daughter;) Ran Chalupsky,    115    Twenty- Dennis McKenna, I(454 Thirty- fourth avenue    SE;    Tellena fourth street NE, a son.    I Spake, 1615 Park Towne place ,    NE; each fined $15 and costs. it. Luke S j Richard Powell,    830    Twentv- Aug. 25 — To    the    families    of    fifth street    NE; fined    $10 and Darrel Obadal,    2025 .I street    costs. SW. a daughter;    David    L. Striking Staab, 165 Broadmore road KW, a daughter; John VV. Iii!- fined senbeck, 855 West Ninth avenue, Marion, a sdn; Edwin W’endel, Watkins, a son; Robe L. Kuk, 2326 Victoria drivel SW, a daughter; Jon Vol*, 6041 Twelfth avenue SW, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Anamosa — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knoll, a daughter Aug. 26 Mrs. Knoll is the daughter of the William Hoffmans. 1713 j Twentieth street NW. Paul is) the son of the Richard Knolls, j 349 Thirty-first street NW. Marriage Licenses Sherrie Fairweather and) Thomas Dvorak, S a n d r a | $16.1 Million Iowa Electric’s application re- , 1214 Thirty-sixth,., _ . street SE; fined $97.50 and Humphrey costs. Jane Hall, Victor; fined, McCarthy said erosion of con- grandchildren $20 and costs.    stitutional limits on the presi- improper passing —- Carol    dencv and failure of either the and costs. 0nne SOn    "    I/emocratic or Republican party    Johii’s^Catholic mil,'on rather than the $9.2 mil- Faulty equipment — Howard    !o adequately represent the    ft*    VveTOn'^Burfah'S    lion    re<luested    in    A.Pril’    The    ^ Padgett, Central City; tined S15    People were two of the primary    cnurcn,    oil.    vt room nu,    ...    *.    piicatjon    does    not    however,    ask and costs-    ’reasons for formation of the b™ cemetery Friends may call fi ]| ^^ ^ maH(> at Morgan’s after 2 p.m. lues- the east they shot randomly into a cafe and then sprayed a car at an intersection with shotgun fire, new organization. Work Stoppage By Miners Ends reported he got off to a bad! Late Saturday they escaped start but managed to come ^rom highway patrolmen near through to win $10 from them. Mineral ^e,Is’ Texas> b-v ,,    4    .    ..    mg out the Crosier s windshield He went from the golf course    di(ch the nearby poolside party|v    ' jnilirpd jury following preliminary hear-,gjven by NBC’s Ronald Nessen! e ^    ' togs in magistrate’s court on for 50 guests, who reminisced a road to charges of assault with intent to about his vice-presidential days. do great bodily injury and rob-j pord gnd bjs wjfC) wbo joined bcry with aggravation.    him at the party, surprised the    il’1.''    TW He is charged with assaulting h0St by staying for the Korean- .,    rn    rnrdnn thp Jackie Hansel June 28 and rob-) styje beef barbecue dinner. |! trtveled to £ Services IO a rn Wednesday luv'd CaICVUIV 3 flnw-'flUV" Wtntr ,nun Wu,rttxn vt lV 91    y    home of Ray Ott, who had once at’ the Morgan funeral home cluests an increase in annua] g VVhrtfton *    *    • When he left at 9 p.m., Ford testified against Ulmer. ? ii    I electric revenues totaling $16.1;      ,    was asked how he characterized:    *    ffB1    . )n’ *    ’    ’    r«;iii«n    rntuw tho« tho M4 mil.    pleads Guilty his relations with the press.    Wife    Killed “Couldn’t be better. Just won-! Ott’s wife, Lena, was shot and derful,” he said. “They’re good killed and Ott was wounded. He that full collections be made on Larry Malloy, 329 *2 I welt th ^ne pe0pje »pbey couldn’t have was hospitalized in satisfactory ,    .the basis of the $16.1 million fig- avenue SE, pled guilty Friday in b-pn kinder I think I’ve been condition. day-__,    |ure. It requests collections on magistrate's court to a charge ^ ™hthem the basis of $14 million annual- of assault and battery and was, _ fined $20 and costs. Man To Assault Charge Leslie N. Whitson Iv Leslie N. Whitson, 53, of 1021 In May, the commission First street SE, died Saturday    granted permission for collec- CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP)    evening in a Cedar Rapids hos-    tion of $7 million of that $14 — The United Mine Workers    pital.    million. Monday the company union’s five-day work stopagei    Mr. Whitson was an engineer    asked permission to collect on . . (has ended, leaving many firms: at the Roosevelt hotel. He is (the basis of the additional $7 Mark*Ramsey!* Springville;    dwindled stockpiles of coal;survived by four brothers and a million, effective Sept. 26. 1974, d $20 and costs.    and the union in a better bar- sister.    and subject to refund, with in- gaining position    in    the upcoming    Services at    I    p m.    Tuesday atjterest, pending    final    determi- ,in    Rick Rasmussen,,2568    Fifth av-    contract negotiations.    the Downs-Theulen funeral    nation by the commerce comart    enue,    Marion;    fined    $20    and    ,    ,    , ___.    ... • n_Q.*v Houri* costs.    Curtis    VanGorp.    3747 j    The national stoppage, called    h°me m Al™8- Beatty-Beurie Kencrest drive NE: fined $15Jag a memorial to victim? of;cHapt'l is in charge of (odat and costs. Arthur Rogers, 404 mjne    and    black ,ung Rapids arrangement Fourteenth street SE; fined $10 ..    .    .       - and costs.    .disease, cost    the    nation about Disturbing the peace — Don nine million tons of fuel, in-Burrows, 1040 Clifton street dustry spokesmen estimated. NE; fined $10 and costs.    j    .    . Right-of-way violation —J ®Rt UMW President Arnold Richard Carlyle, 1635 Tenth Miller said the stoppage “was street NW; fined $10 and costs, effective in creating an aware- lowa Deaths    iness ,l! Hie    general public,    Russejj the    world's longest    $3 15 per month,    based    on usage w. congress, regulatory agencies I rvivi' heart transplanl recijr of 1,125 kitowatt-hours per 30, j and or new president of minerLenb bas eelehrated the sixth month. An average commercial problems.    .mniimrcnrv    nf hie    iift‘-savinp    oiLstomer using    1,620    kilowatt- He was charged with assaulting Debbie Brecht Aug. 16. Paralyzed in Try —Cyprus— (Continued from Page I.) suit of an unsuccessful attempt Sunday to break his own world’s mission. The amendment requested by the company would result in an:    ,    .    .    ,    . increase of 8 58 percent, or SI 40 p<'r month, for an average residential customer using 584 kilo- Lives Six Years «a»-hours per month. The three held a farm family at gunpoint and stole their car, j and then attempted to break into the home of J. L. Floury, __ north of Stephenville. They fired cd the talks hesitantly in view I Jbrou£h the d o o r, wounding of rival peace plans backed by !'lour>’ whcn ** refuied 10 °P™ kA-trl/ Greece and Turkey to solve the lli) ror ^ycle McJTK Cyprus Crisis.    “One    of    the blasts took a hunk BRUCETON MILUS. V. Va. I in Athens, the government out of my arm,” Floury said. “I (AP) — A doctor said motor- moved Monday to formally ac- had a gun there and would have cycle daredevil Bob Gill was cept a Soviet plan for an inter- killed them but it jammed on permanently paralyzed as a re- national peace conference” Gets New Heart, The amendment would in INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — In crease farm customers’ rates dianapolis school teacher Louis an average of 9.73 percent, or Russell, the world’s longest tended by Greece, Turkey, Cyp-j a few hours later, authorities ms and the 15 members of the j said, they ran into an embank-U.N. Security Council.    jment and fled into the un- An estimated 9,400 persons) Diplomatic sources in Wash derbrush. watched Gill fall three feet mgton said the U.S. and Britain short of a makeshift landing consider the Soviet plan unwar-spot. His motorcycle slammed ranted meddling to the explos- 1 Wenndt and Darold Delamater, Wendy Kimm and Douglas Cox, Alberta Johnson and John Keegan, Margaret I Ray Bell, Betty I Robert Swehla, Daisy Cst tom and Joseph Horsky, all of Cedar Rapids, Norma Nye and Jack Spangler, both of Anderson, Ind. Beverly Krapfl, Cedar Rapids, and Philip Boots, Mechanicsville. Marcella Golern-biewski, Cedar Rapids, and Thomas Urban, Marion. Rita Meyers* Marion, and Thomas Me y e r s , Bremerton, Wash. Rena McKinney, Marion, and Richard Sterling, Springfield, Mo. Manchester — Morrii Hines, 70. Wednesday at Shelly’s. Marengo — LaVoy Thornton, Hoover-Valentine’s. f I ravcside at 10:30 Thursday, Thornton I Harlan, He told a Ky., miners that the rally at stoppagt of his life-saving iaird and! cemetor-v’ Van Meter- Visitation had generated so much national;stand it,” Rte 7rr> »ml a,Kj^«£I.T-”m^chc Srhon-! a''™";in |ha‘ " would tx* 'hope housc a, I ken. 80. Wednesday at 2, St. John’s Lutheran church. Friends may call at Fellmet's after I p.m. Tuesday. Aurora — Emmett Randall, 83. Brant-Kem, Oelwein. Little Turkey — Albert Jarosh, 79. Wednesday at ll, Assumption Catholic church. Balik’s, Spillville. Elgin — Adelia Torkolson, 82. Muehlethaler’s. Dundee Carl Ahrens, 7(5. Tuesday at 2, St. John’s Lu- fully the last time we’ll have call a memorial period operation. “lf I felt any better, I couldn’ Russell said at an his home on Sun- 1° day. Russell, 49, received the heart mf aul) iii into the opposite bank of Appa- live Cypriot crisis, lachia lake. He was thrown onto (solid ground and the motorcycle was stuck in the bank. Gill was taken to a hospital | in Morgantown with back injuries and was paralyzed per- customer hours per month would receive u ii 12 percent increase, or $5 02 maneatly ro™ ,be Waretown, mo*nth    [according    to    Dr,    Robert Nugent, Chavez Released SAN JOSE, Calif (UPI)- •ord mg He was listed non Monday. in Nugei serious condi- t nit ---- J-    -    ,    ROYAL OAK, Mich. (UPI)- a 17-year-old gunshot-victim ^ Farm workers Leader Cesar The Rev. 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