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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa WtAtHt* UIVICI JONCAS! to 7AM i$t 30.24 Obituaries William V. Trachta William V Trachta, 70, of 44071f Mrs. Michael Kapsalakis Kathryn M Kapsalakis, 07. of . ..... ....    ... .    ,2612 Waveland drive NW, died IVpiKTWomi Hill Sh, a HfH»nK.Thursd.ly ,„,.r , ,onR i||m,ss .resident of Cedar Rapids, died Horn Ju|y 26, 1906, in Mon ■ Thursday following a long tirello, she was married to Mi I illness.    tchael Kapsalakis Jan 22, 1928, Morn Feb. 14, 1903, he was in Cedar Rapids For many [married to Evelyn Wilson Marchiyears .she and her husband 18, 1926, in Cedar Rapids. Hejoperated the Victory tavern in ■waft the former owner and oper Cedar Rapid; and later owned ator of Maple Lawn Home for j and operated Mike’s tavern in I the Aged and was a foreman at Alburnett She was a member of Wilson and Co, for many years 'St. Patrick’s Catholic church in Jones county, she was married! Tin* Cedar in 1902 at Anamosa. Mrs. King had been a receptionist for the Metropolitan Supply Co. for 33 years until her retirement, a member of First Congregational church and was a member of Cedar chapter HES for over 50 years. Surviving is a son, John T. King, Cedar Rapids. Services: 10:30 a rn. Saturday "f.*or ..I th- Bcatty-Beurle chapel by; Rob(,r, RlindaU(,r spok(Bmanj Rapids Gazette: Thurs.. Feb. 7, 1971 Some Truckers Refuse To Recognize Representatives (Continued from Rage I.) Ltd , said, “The answer is no. I’ve been on the phone all morn-j ing on this and nobody is in UPI WI AIME* FOK* AST Thursday night, rain or showers wi while snow is expected cloudy elsewhere. in be found over Darts of the south Atlantic states, sections of the Lakes region and lower Rockies. Fair to partly The Weather High temperatures Wednesday, low temperatures overnight and inches of pre aphelion: Anchorage    31    39    .43    L. Angeles    47    4S Atlanta    St    4?    .95    Miami    75    7t Bismarck    13    I    Mm'apolis    18-11 Chicago .    34    33    .35    N Orleans    7»    47    .45 Denver    17    S    .OI    New York    37    37    .17 Duluth    13    -33    Phoonl*    43    39 Honolulu    St    47    seattle    47    40 Houston    7!    43    Washington 38    34    .33 Extended forecast — Fair to partly cloudy Saturday through Monday. Highs mostly in the 30s, warming to the 40s south by Sunday and Monday. Ixjws in the teens north to 20s south. C. R. Weather High Wednesday ........ Low overnight ............. 5 2 p.m. Thursday .......... 21 Noon Thursday ............ 20 Precipitation ........—    None Total for Fob.............Trace Normal for Feb.............I 03 Normal through Feb 2.54 Total for 1974 ...............1.63 Barometer, rising ........ 30.24 Humidity at noon ......... 66% Magistrates Court Speeding — Don.lid Han-gantner, 2121 North Towne court NE; fined $40 and co.st.s. Mark Bideaux, 202 Sixteenth avenue SW; Robert Schroeder, Howard Johnson Motor Inn; Keith Duarte, 1817 O avenue NW; Harry Terpstra, 2022 Walnut court SE; Alan Peck, 1130 Center Point road NE; Brian Scott, 379 Eastland drive SE; each fined $35 and costs. Larry Fuller, Central City; Allan Schanbacher, Atkins. Edward Hutchins, 1800 Grand avionic, Marion; Alan Murray, 11226 Harold drive SE; Ray-25; mond Rank, 1819 Eastern drive SW; Richard Clark, Mt. Vernon; each fined $30 and costs. Kenneth Hunerdossc, 313 Twenty-ninth street NW; Jay Kindrick, 5320 Rosier road NW; each fined $20 and costs. Improper registration — Edgar Nixon, 1309 Second street SW; fined $10 and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Edwin Ama. 4340 Cavalier street NE; fined $30 and costs Judge Eads Withdraws His Jury Warning Linn District Judge William Eads has withdrawn his admonition to the grand jury investigating the Cedar Rapids police department. Suriving in addition to his : wile are two daughters, Janice L Anderson, Hiawatha, and Terry Lynn Hardy, Toddville; a son. William V Trachta, jr., Marion; two sisters, Tillie Te-leeky and Susan Mena, both of Cedar Rapids; six grandchild r e n, and two greatgrandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memories at 10:30 a rn. Saturday by the Right Rev Canon I) A. Ixtferski I of St John’s Episcopal church. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at the Cedar Memorial funeral home the Rev. Glenn Render Murial: Riverside cemetery, Anamosa. Friends may call at the chapel after ll a rn Friday. Memorial Services for drivers in Mobile, Ala., said) Mobile drivers did not recognize the truckers’ representatives in Washington, nor agree to terms of the agreement Burger, Arthur ,1. Cremation ah: bf hi at the Chapel of Memone* Memorial .services Cedar Rapids. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. John G. Ereeg, Cedar Rapids, with Whom she made w„„. „„|d    2 Thursday her home; a son, George, Cedar rat the Toited Methodist church, Rapids; ten grandchildren; twol Independence. Inurnment was great-grandchildren; three step after noon Friday and at the j ^ chapel after 9 a m. Saturday. Friends may, if they wish, donate to the Linn county heart fund or the American Cancer Society. The casket will be closed at 10:15 a.rn Saturday. in the Chapel of Memories col-. , ,,    .    .    .    ..    , umbarium. Arrangements by .grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs Cedar Memorial funeral home. Fred Kreeb, Monticello, and Trpkosh. La Vonn L. IO Mrs. Ethel Pepin, Tustin, Calif a.rn Friday at St Wonreriaus two brothers, Maurice Pepin, 'butrh by the Rev. Clarence rj..rU,o n„A d. *    Prana. Burial; Czech National j Cedar Rapids, and Pat Pepin, of f.f.m{,tf.ry Kuba funeral home Tustin.    oast is in charge. Also surviving Services: Brosh chapel Satur are nine grandchildren. day at 9:30 a.m. and IO a m. tail - T|'l,v' ,C*Arl! ", „/n , .    ,,    ,, Friday at Kobe funeral home St. I a trick s church by the Rev oast by the Very Rev. ('anon Carl Hies. Father Hies will re I). A. Lofertki. Burial: Czech cite the rosary at 8 p m Friday National cemetery. “We will not turn a wheel he said. More Violence work, one-fourth were in Ohio Six coal mines in West Virginia closed Wednesday for lack of supplies, and officials said 2.IMM) miners could not get to work because they had no gasoline. Other Appalachian mines were reported near closing. Armed national guardsmen were escorting gasoline tankers Meanwhile, stretches of the nation’s highways were under heavy guard as violence spread prior to announcement of the tentative settlement. lice patrols were ordered at critical areas in IO states and national guard units were on duty in seven states. into northern West Virginia The tank drivers were defying pick et lines set up at the Pennsylvania state line. Guardsmen were to begin [similar duty Thursday in western Maryland, where dairy (farmers reportedly have dumped milk because they cannot truck it out. One city. Cumberland, re ported only one service station with gasoline to sell Wednesday afternoon. at the chapel Burial: Memorial. Friends may call the chapel after noon Friday. Mrs. F. H. Essig Bernice Essig, 86. of 1045 Twenty-fifth street NE, widow of home The shutdown has left at least] 100,000 persons out of work and    F    nod    Shortages some regions dangerously shore Grand Union, the nation’s of critical supplies.    ninth largest food chain, said The automobile and coal min-| shortages of produce, meat and Cedar!    Ashmeaa, Joseph c.    Jrn~ I inc industries began to feel theipoultry would be    felt    Thursday . maculate Conception church a1 .    ,    .    ,    ,    t-    M    n    t    j    * at    10:30 ^ rn Friday by the Rev    pinch, and gasoline supplies in in New York City. The president. William P. Leonard. Burial: Mi    some areas were nearly deplet-jof a major wholesale firm in the Calvary cemetery. Rosary:'lur-    ed M«*at was being flown to city said he did not have a Mrs. John E. Kinq    Gundrum William!    30 80me arcas in ,h<‘ Northeast, I pound of poultry    on    hand    OI Dora    F. King.    97.    of    IOU    Hill    P-m. Thursday at the Beatty-    and an increase in rail traffic jficials said what poultry was drive SF widow    of    Dr    John    F    Keu,l<-‘ chapel by the Very Rev    bv food shippers was reported available in the city would sell King, and a    resiX^ of^darj Czech N^tionaklmekry    1 j Hut officials in the Northeast thursday for double what it    cost Rapids since    1923, died Wednes-j    Kramer, Russell B.    1:30 said a combination of the strike aweek ago day in a Cedar Rapids nursing Rm    Und Panic buying by consumers! Grand Union said serious The warning not to read or lis* I Pf' Harold Essig, died ten to news accounts concerning [Wednesday following a long the investigation, given Tues-)"mess. She had lived in Cedari day, was challenged by the Rapids a short time. county attorney. The county at* Horn Nov. 6, 1887, in Indiana, torney said the court does not|^p was married June 4, 1921, at have authority to limit in anyF^^P0^8’.^*0^’ way the investigatory powers of I Mrs. Essig was a Born Sept. 15, 1876, in rural Friday at the Beurle chapel by the Rev Francis King. Burial: Linwood cemetery. ; the member of First Church of Christ. Sci- Action Delayed on Move Against Tavern's Licenses Linn county supervisors) Efforts have been made to Two Meters Stolen, Eight Are Returned the grand jury and    DAB,    both    in    lio.!Thur^ay^P°MP°ned action on a,change the nature of the bar. he mo‘“e';ban I Uehling Ti i i Will on, 510 Wind direction and velocity at,Third avenue SW; fined $25 Gazette weather station at 2 and costs. p m NE at 12 mph.    LD-LvlSF    on,.nri|,i‘,    side T    David Burr, 230 Wiley boule- Sun rises Friday, 7:12; sun,vard SW; fined $30 and costs, sets, 6:30.    Richard Hunt, 7100 Mt. Vernon Year Ago Today - High, 24: |road SE; fined $15 and costs. Vehicle control violation -Hugh Campbell, 2216 Chandler low, ll; rainfall, 0.13. Traveler's Forecast Bismarck .... Chicago • • Cincinnati .. Cleveland Des Moines Detroit..... indianapolis . Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City . . Omaha Sioux Ka I Is • • Friday Weather, Hi-I.o Cloudy 28-10 PtCldv 25-15  Fair 30-19 ...... Fair 26-15 PtCldv 28-13 PtCldy 28-12 .. .Fair 29-15 .. Fair 37-25 Fair 24-10 PtCldv 22-8 Cloudy 35-17 PtCldv 39-21 PtCldv 28-8 would be an illegal by the court. In a ruling Thursday, the judge said. “It is never pleasant to. in the language of slang, ‘eat crow’ and the verbal fare is especially unpalatable when it must be done as a matter of public record. “However the court knows of no honest alternative other than to utter the painful words, ‘I was wrong’.” Meanwhile Asst. Attv. Gen. possible suspension or revoca-j reported “A lot of it was the tion of the liquor license and clientele. This summer I was gang wagiac, Mich. Surviving are a son, Robert,. iEssig. Cedar Rapids; a daugh-|,b<‘(‘r l>ermit of lhe Sa,tv Dog plagued with a motorcycle :ter, Mrs Paul Crane Wilton tavern west °f Cedar Rapids on that caused problems, iconn.; a sister, Mrs Albert I hi^waJl30 „. . .    , A sheriff’s deputy called and Luchene Merrillville Inc! and' Sheriff s officials and share-jasked if a deputy should patrol five granchildren    ’    holders in Taureen, Ltd., owner the tavern’ parking Services: Chapel of Memories °* tavern, testified Thursday j summer, he reported. at ll a m. Friday by a reader of mornin^ at a bearing on the “I found it very helpful for the First Church of Christ. Sci- mattcr____________.    the sheriffs department to pa entist. Cremation will be held at Sheriff Walter Grant could soon deplete supplies of shortages of meat and produce produce and meat if the shut- could be expected by the week-down continues through tho I end. weekend,    -- Prices for available meat and produce in the area were going: up. "Guerilla Warfare”    Repf)r,s of slo|en park,ng Governors in many of the meters continued to be received 40 affected states Thursday by police, but this deplored the “guerilla warfare”!time there was new twist, tactics evident Wednesday in Eight meter heads and several some areas.    posts were found abandoned Dozens of fistfights were re- shortly before 7 a rn. by a park ported between non-striking department employe in Ellis iii MI    | ITeamsters and independents in ParK Pennsylvania. Police said a! Police are investigating the trucker was shot in the leg re appearance ot the meters. Wednesday night in Texas. At    Meanwhile, two meters valued scat- a* $167 were reported missing the chapel with burial at River-;suprrv,fflr j* side cemetery, Dowagiac.. Friends may register at the p.osw; Cedar .Memorial funeral home ....    ,    'n'd    "J*    trollhe    outside    area/he    said    *‘a£s    andC*    throw!1 WedwLJy "from tho 50(1 block Im not here to, The corporation has invested *erea shootings ana root mrow    cr recommend the business be more than $15,000 in remodeling in8s’ and Pittsburgh police said    *__ completely, but would;and establishing the business;'*® men broke into the headlike the management to make a and has plans for at least an- quarters of a striking steel Garry Woodward, special Lftpr - Thursday and a! commitment in writing to coop- other $10,000 of improvements, haulers group and attempted to prosecutor for the grand jury. \tha    n    «    J    lerate    with    the    sheriffs    dcDart-    «,*;a    start    a    fire. street SW; fined $25 and costs. Resisting an officer — David Pierson, 2316 Coldstream avenue NE; fined $25 and costs. Making taxable sale without j transcript sales tax permit — Merlin Yantis, 1710 Park avenue SF. two charges; fined $100 and costs on each charge. Traffic signal violation James Moran, Bol ~ jury .    ~    ..    ..    ,the    chapel    after    9    am. Triday. told The Gazette the jury    v.    ,,    ,    .    ,    . .    ....    ’    \ * The casket will be closed at all may be called in next wok. i timers He said he is now reading the! of the county attor-j Mrs. Walter Kirkman ierate with ment and operate an business out there.” Four Arrested depart- orderlv Mrs. Walter Florence C The hearing resulted after two Kirkman 91 of Persons wcre atTCSted on widow charges of possession of mari- Days .. 50 4,347 4,581 j 65.36 6.6311 673.28 Degree ^Wednesday ............ Total to date .... Through Feb. 6, 1973 . . Percent of normal year Total normal year .... Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday Births — Mercy Feb. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs James I’elech, 1441 Thirty-! eighth street SE. a son. Feb. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs Dale Pierce, 2131 F avenue I NE, a son. Births — Si. Luke's Feb. 6 — To the families of Arvin Parrott, 1106 Ninth street NW. a son; Rudy J. Light, Lisbon, a son; Donald C; /ach-] Inever, 2795 Twenty-fifth avenue, Marion, a daughter;! Harold F. Hutson. 619 Meadowdale drive NW, a daughter. Out of Town Births ney’s investigation of the police department last year. He said I _ Pm mf u ahi; William iTachnu 1500 Nineteenth streetNE, _______, County Atty. William rachcJ Walter Kirkman dieri'juana and two others on dis- had supplied a copy of the tram; '    "    a    1    e.r    £    ^    Df> n s i n e alcoholic beverages Ta'oniv i sprint for him hutnut th.* ornnH Wednesday in a Cedar Rapids j P c n s i n g aicononc Deverages second street. M.rion Karen I lovtw.'    nMr'in" hnm"    ° a,l<,r h°UrS a' 'h<‘ 'a' ern “ ,he Soderlind. 1634 C avenue NE; Esther Fields, 4825 Louisa stnet NE; each fined $15 anti    'SDVfinCI“-— (Continued from Page 1.) he said. Supervisors will make a deei- ( sion on the matter at a 10:30 a rn meeting next Wednesday. Tourney Bill Is Sent to Governor Of the 100.000 persons out of Two Injured in Two Crashes man who suf- Petitions for Cable TV Vote Are Validated The petitions requesting a referendum on cable television have been validated. City Clerk John Arthurs said Thursday. The petitions ask for a refer- home following a long 25. 1882. in early morning hours of Jan. 23. paj. Deputy Dennis Biome testified Waterloo DES MOINES t API — A state Women s bowling tournament in next week would be 41-3 Faulty Thorpe equipment Sandra 3233 Cameo lane SE; fined $10 and costs. Iowa Deaths Bennett — Clat a R. Weih, 87. Services Saturday at 1:30, Sheets and Son, Tipton, where friends may call after 9 Friday. Tania — Earl J. Mulligan, 71. nursing illness. Horn F>b _____ ...___ timore, she came to Cedar    sheriff ’s    department has j legal under a bill passed Rapids two-and-a-half years ago jrecord ^ °Iber incidents at Thursday by the senate The senate concurred with April.    ihouse amendments and passed These range from false bur- i a jjjjj (0 legalize golf and bowl-ambulancej jng A 25-year-old fered cuts and loosened teeth endum on whether to grant a 15-whon his car hit another in the year franchise to Community the 1300 to make her home with her J be tavern since it opened last titled he ordered them returned daughler Mrs Robert Eckard on learning they were improper- She was a member of the Gaily obtained.    tonsville,    Md., Presbyterian Radford has vet to be heard jc’burch. ,    .    ..    ..    Surviving    in addition to Mrs. |from directly rn the invest!**a* hvo son.,, j Walter Hon. A phone call to his house in I Kirkman and Karl Kirkman. Cable Co. of Cedar Rapids. The signatures of at least 25 proper- city’s required to was answered by both of Baltimore: eight grand- Sfrviees Saturday at IO. St. I Salem Ore son-Hand^ ath0li< (lnmh' his wife, who said he was sick, [children, and eight great-1 Salty Dog moved in found, the Delhi — Dan M. Schnittjer.j In a closed session Wednes- grandchildren    same    general reputation ut dis- 20. Services Saturday at 1:30 day, the committee voted to call Services: MacNabb funeral Jurbance calls ann tignts, at Delhi united Methodist !ad(jitionaI witnesses, including I borne. Baltimore, with burial in! Biome said Clifton’s,^arMdeparter02    Fri-    White House Counsel J. Fred a Baltimore cemetery Turner day.    Buzhardt, Admiral Rob(*rt We- chapel cast was in charge Oxford    Junction    -    Elmer    lander and Radford    bical arrangements. Kganhouse, 77. Services Satur-    Afterward. Chairman Stennis day at IO at Sacred Heart Cath- (D.Miss ) said of Moorer and {Kissinger, “Frankly I don’ti Jesso E Marshall. 85. an at* [think either of them are at the|torney in Sioux City for 60 root of any conspiracy.”    years died in a Cedar Rapi^ I u    I The committee called Buz- nursing home Wednesday fol- to hear of his investiga-1 lowing a long illness. rear Wednesday in block of Center Point road NE was treated at St. Lukes ho«pt-ty"ownerJ jn eacho[ lhe tai and released.    ;#i    precincts arc Police charged the driver,(force the election. Robert A. Hildenbrand. 1601 City Attorney Dave McGuire glar    alarms    and    ambulance    jng tournaments,    rodeos and    Thirty-fourth street NE. with    said he plans to    study a    procalls    for    sick    patrons    to    com-other    sporting events, cooking    failure to have his vehicle under    posed ordinance    submitted    by plaints of rape, indecent enter* and fishing contests, and other control.    'the    cable company next    week. similar activities.    Hildenbrand    was    southbound    The    company    has    asked The    bill was sent    to the gover-    on Center Point road NFI when    Mayor Don Canney to set    the nor.    the ear in front, driven by    j referendum for    March 5    or The action became necessary [David A. Harger. 37. of Center March 12. when Atty. Gen. Richard Turner Point, stopped for a school bus. Costs of the referendum are said the state gambling law    *    *    *    borne    by    the company. passed a year ago prohibits , A collision early Thursday in--- many sporting events, contests yoking a parked car in the IOO block of Sixteenth avenue SW tainment and larceny, he said. Records of two other bars located at the site before the Marshall At Monmouth. III. Mr and JVIrs. Michael S pronto n. a daughter on Feb. 5. Sproston is the son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Sproston, HHH Cheyenne road NW Adoption Feb. 4 Mr. and Mrs Dale Martin of Robins, a son born Jan. ll. Marriage Licenses Barbara Trcka and John! Rtauh, both of Cedar Rapids. Marriages Dissolved Donald Quinn and Bonita I Mao Schmidt. John J. and Ann' K. Cana. J olio church. Rosary at 8 Friday | at Haden's, where friends may call atter 2 Friday. Atkins — Donald IL I Haerther, 41 Services Saturday J at 1:30 at St. Stephen’s theran church. Friends may jcall at Fellmet’s, Keystone, after noon Friday and at the church after ll Saturday. West Union Tony Haas, 69. Services Friday at 2 at St. Paul’s Lutheran church, Maynard. Burnham-Wood’s.    to flu Oelwein    Mrs. Pauline When a White IIousi Block, 77. Hints’.    ligation    bv the so-called plumb- Watson, F:ustis.    Fla o    ,    Fn'(!    Vm2?llz; HI lt>rs un“ turned up evidence of granddaughter. Services Friday at 10:30 at St. „ ,,    ,,    ..    “    ..    ...    Wvicoc    N**knn-Rereer    fu- Pa ul’s L mile r a n church. Radford s activities, the office « ™ lies. i\t Ison uergt iu Schuttc’s.    was abruptly    closed on Kis- ner‘d    bottle at Sioux    ( it\ al 2 Walker Raquel Ka\    Cady,    singer’s order    iii 1972. Neither!Friday. Burial:    Memorial Radford nor Welander was dis ciplined. A special agent of the Iowa of public safety division of liquor and exhibitions. and beer, listed numerous viola-; Lions of state liquor laws or regulations at the bar including Dispensing beer and liquor after hours. Serving persons under 18 years Twin Trailer Bill Gains in Senate Report Breakins At Two Churches side churches broken into of age    DF;S MOINES t APi    - The known ing Iv allowing persons senate state government com* hardt to near of his investiga- lowing a long illness.    convicted of prostitution, drug jmittee voted 8 to 4 Thursday to tion of Radford's activities in! He was visiting his daughter and other charges on the send a bill to legalize 65-foot 1971 when Buzhardt was chief and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. premise*.    |Wjn trailer'trucks to the sen- counsel to the Pentagon.    Michael O'Donoghue, 1920 Un- Possessing unbroken empty ll- ale floor Welander was Radford’s boss dt'n drive SFL when he becameLuor bottles without state    committee    voted to in the joint chiefs liaison office)*H-    stamps.    amend    the    house    passed    inea- National Security Council. | ^ur\u,n ,a‘    ,ISi    “From    my experience in sure to prohibit the trucks on daughter are a sis er, rs. ,s hearings, I believe there is defi-j other than four-lane highways. nile cause for this hearing and The hill, as passed bv the caused minor injuries    to    the driver of the moving vehicle. Carol Shramek, 32,    of    1230    Two    southeast Sixth street SW, was treated at were reported St. Luke's hospital for bruises Wednesday, and released. Police said    her    Two    electric    typewriters    and car was westbound on Sixteenth one photo copier worth an unde street SW when it struck a prop termined amount wert taken erly parked ear. No    charges from    F i r s t    Congregational were fill'd. Loss Estimated at $1,989 in C R. Breakin mvcs- and one 10:38 a.m. Fires Wednesday Short i infant daughter of Mr and Mrs [Reginald Cady. Graveside ser-| vices Saturday at It at Walker | cemetery. Murdoch's. Martelle    Mr    Lowell I Kohl, 82. Service? Saturday at j 1:30 at United M e t h o d i s t church. Goettsch’s. I park, Sioux City. Turner chapel east was in charge of local ar-! rangements. for revocation or suspension oil house, w ould have permute the licenses,” he said,    highway commission to desig James R Juilf.s, 29, a share- nato other roads for trucks in holder in the tavern and tavern excess of the current 60foot manager, admitted alcohol was limit, served in the tavern after hours.      ...    --- —Terrorists— (Continued from Page I.) Lyle E. Martin made a wrong decision, s no doubt about that.” he Helping Hand )n television set oiul avenue SW. 1202 p.m. Wednesday. pot to chjir at 2718 Court NW 4:14 p.m. Wednesday S I g o ii r n e >• power voltage at 1606 Hillside drive NW. 4:38 p.m. Wednesday. Low power voltage at 5401 I) avenue NW 7 20 am Thursday. Alert at airport. Peter A. at 3709 See-: Peiffor, 00. Services Saturday [at lo at St Mary’s Catholic church. Rosary Friday at 8 at Holm’s. Elkader Elmer F Rente. Low175. Service? Friday at 10:30 at toffee Henry “I then said. Lyle Edward Martin, 43, of j He said he was “entertaining j tom doorman from among their 2053 North Towne court NFL a    o group of    musician!* in town A hostages this morning The Cedar Rapids resident for the:    that night I    was talking to pro-    a n 0 1 women, who are secretaries at last six months, died at his    looters about    lining up groups to    dropped    her    purse    while shop the embassy, looked exhausted home Sunday lie was bom Aug.    perform    P,nU Wednesday    evening at    Hu church. 361 Seventeenth street SE A breakin occurred at St. Paul s United Methodist church, 1340 Third avenue SE, but noth-1 terns valued at $1,989 were ing was missing, reported taken Wednesday eve-!-- ut the nin8 ,rom ,h<> rt’sld‘‘nc< of Tom Vision Requirement . . V    Anderson, 370 Sixteenth _    „ ,,    _    . st feet    SE    por Police Corrected Police said an unlocked base- Applicants for police officers ment window was opened and a must have at least 20-40 vision stereo set valued at $1,300, a correct I hie to 20-20 portable color television set I A story in Wednesday’s Cavated at $389. 50 records va- xette incorrectly stated the vi-q    I    /-N    .    I    lucd at $200 and >0 tapes valued sion requirement w.i? at lea I iiOV0Cl V^OStly at IKM) were missing.    20-30 woman who was helped by r woman when she Peaee Witt': United Church of Christ. but unharmed They were taken j 5, 1930, at Sheridan. Mo to the foreign ministry next! The body was taken to the door for questioning.    Shorn    Novinger funeral home at Kuwaiti authorities estimated i Bedford where services and Include the price for faster there were three to nine gueril- burial will be held. Turner chap results when you advertise in las in the embassy, including a el east was in charge of ortho Classified Ads!    woman.    I    rangements. Not F amiliar floral artistry FLORIST wn and Country Shopping Center    364-2146 flowers can say everything <X FLORIST <****)    364    8139 and O Gin SHOP I Red    Shield store, 523 Third    ave nue    SFL discovered later    that Juilfs said he has “only run a she was $4.5 poorer bar for a year I’m not quite ta- J Sherri Kinkead, 117 North miliar    with all    the    statutes,”    wood drive, Hiawatha, told    po though    he admitted    he    knew    lice    her billfold containing    $40 alcohol should not he served cash was missing after the iii afterhours.    eident. 3 generations of Florists to Serve you. PIERSON’S'shop R 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1826 FMF.S/I .... I* I-inn/ii Fl.dHF.IlX Ih'iii ■•Kl K H F l it Fi nn f:ii sum* :>oun I enter Pl. Rd. 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