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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa HAI ION Al 3°e\r 3000 ARATI I * wt aim* m*v»c< fo*f cam u. 7am t si I * av- H DEATHS —Britain— (Continued from Pogo I ) jhoped It is nil tin1 more necessary that we should achieve 1714 domestic .saving in the home,” died Fred F. Redies Fred Iv Hediefi, 72, ol Thirteenth avenue SW, Thursday following a long ness    Nation    that    Ik Horn Jan 211, 1901, in Bremer oral election to determine Youth Sought In Robbery of C.R. Woman The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: I rh, Jan. 25, 1074 Courthouse News 3. the government $04 un WI A1 Hi MOIOC AM $ Friday niqht, rain will be noted across much of the area from the east coast of Texas to tho Carolinas. Snow is expected over parts of upper New England, the upper plains and central Rockies. Clear to partly cloudy skies elsewhere. runs Britain or the unions.” “lf the miners choose to come out on strike.” the Financial Times said, ‘‘the caw; for calling a general election will he his retirement, he I overwhelming operated the Hedies Healing county, lie was married to the1 I o r m e r Beatric Kcllenberger July 3, 1930, and has been a resident of Cedar Rapids 43: years. B e f o r e .Jenkin said I he miners decision to call a Police are looking for a youth strike vote also rekindled specu- who knocked down a 74-year-old th will call a gen- woman Thursday afternoon and ‘who took her purse containing over Service. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran church, and had been on tile building committee of the church for seven years, was a member of Meat Cutters union local 431 and Goodlellow Traveling Men’s club. addition An election victory would give Heath a mandate for action against the miners, who are now in the lith week of a ban The purse contained a on overtime and Sunday work mond ring worth $800, a $50 bill, that has cut coal production 40 a $10 bill and personal items, percent. Heath has repeatedly    are    trying    to    locate    a refused to allow the miners young woman who wa* a increases above the anti- witness to the incident Anyone Court Advice Asked on Dispersing Stored Items An amendment wa* filed Fri-jsumed responsibility for the day to a suit seeking court di-    items because of a *tate statute ruction on disposing of un-    calling for him to keep an exclaimed items held by the Cedar    tray book of lost items reported Rapids police department.    to him. The court action is being handled by the county attorney on    References    Added behalf of the county auditor,! The amendment Friday added who is seeking to dispose of the    references to two code sections _    items because of the severe    dealing with items of evidence SE when a vouth shoved her into    stora8e problem at police head-    in addition to the code section a .snowbank    quarters stemming from the    dealing with lost items men- The    purse contained a dia-    ^ar^(‘ amount of merchandise.    Honed in the original petition Auditor Merle Kopei has as-    filed Nov. 21. It cites the sections dealing Withdrawa $800 worth of jewelry and $fi0 cash. Katherine Mitchell, 211 Fifteenth street SE, was treated at St. Luke’s hospital for a broken arm suffered in the fall Police said she was walking in the 1200 block of Second avenue Weathe oiers Bonds otal $7,125 • •    ■    AA    -    jWa8(‘ Surviving in addition to his    inflation ceilings he set and    put    having    information about    the    in wife are two daughters, Mrs.    nonessential business and    in-    cadent    should    call    the    police Ed Cane, Jackson Hole, Wyo.,jdustry on a three-day work department and Mrs. Roland Glandorf, Ma-jW(,e^ jan ] conserve clee    — quoketa; a son, Douglas, at i trjcity I home, five sisters, Alma Good- public opinion polls of Heath’s enbour, Jesup; Esther Nolting,    pro.spc*cts with the voters con- ! Waterloo; Elda Wide, Denver; j tjnued to seesaw between    his I Lucinda Wittenberg, Readlyn, By Israelis Speeded Up High temperatures Thursday poratures overnight and inches donation: la 0 L. Angeles 72 SS .OI Miami 47 14 Mm'apotis SS 34 N Orleans 41 15 New York 17 12 .17 Phoenix 87 71 OI Seattle 50 46 .25 Washington low tem of pre Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston .31 72 47 77 70 31 27 77 63 .18 45 37 69 47 50 43 .26 54 39 .44 fined $15 and costs. Edwin Hanson, 350 Edgewood road NW; lined $10 and costs. I rn ii r ti ii e r registration Robert Baldwin, 1312 L street I being held in Linn county jail SW, two charges; fined $10 and' and Darlene Bcisterfelt, Tripoli; two brothers, Arthur Redies, Tripoli, and Emil Redies, Waverly, and two grandsons. Services: Monday at 1:30 p.m. Clayton Arnold Spiers, 60, of at Trinity Lutheran church by Conservatives bourder. and the La- GM Announces Layoff of 75,000 In 14 U.S. Plants with stolen or embezzled property and property taken by virtue of a search warrant. ll asks for a court declaration that .stolen and embezzled property, including that taken by search warrants, should be applied under direction of the The Israeli army accelerated '    for the **”• its withdrawal from the west flt of the P0™ bank of the Suez Canal Friday.    Original Petition Egypt was scheduled to oegin *fbe original petition asked for — With sales mov*n£ somc    tr00Ps ,0 directions on how to dispose of Bv Associated Press —Gas— (Continued from Page Cumberland City, Tcnn.', was Friday in lieu of a total of $7,125 bond following an appearance in Cedar Rapids federal court. Extended forecast _ Chance j 'N‘^“    ‘£3 Spjers faces two stato cha al showers Saturday night and coats.    .    r(,celv|    stoU,n    ,    and    I    opened    after    the    service. early Sunday. Sunny Monday. Reckless driving — .Joseph!    J    J    ----------- Ho lf pa nie, 227 Thirty-first I1carrying a concealed weapon street drive SE; fined $25 and|and one federal charge of ille-| Mrs*    thompson costs on each charge. Traffic signal violation Mary Coppess, Ely; Charles S t a h I rn a it n , 1611 Thirtieth street NW; each fined $15 and the Rev. Richard Osing and the Rev. Richard Thompson. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until 9 p m. Sunday and at the church from IO a m. to 1.25 p.m. Monday. The casket will not be DETROIT (AP) of its large cars slumping, Gen- reduce lfs ,fjrces on me east |ost property, pointing out it an- s*^e    waterwayt but mere woujd prove a hardship to con- was no confirmation that this fjnue storing it for a year, as movement had started on sched- v/ould be required under the Ute.    statute. The Israeli withdrawal began oral Motors has announced D other round of major production posal did not save consumers cutbacks. money. In fact, it cost them GM said Thursday the reduc- ,    . wlthr1raWo. Deoan a * a ; n k money. A spokesman    for Ten-    ‘ions will idle 75,000 assemblers    IsrThe    n aT    i neco    confirmed rn a    telephone    « 14 plants and an indefinite ^ *'ZmZd totSavW    a    I    T'Jl? T ^ interview that as soon as tho number of OM component Partslj]^,*^^    in    Tel    Aviv    *ad    par,s    to    the    Jaycees for FPC denied ocrmis-ion for the workers between now and April refused ‘0 disclose details of the repalr and distribution to needy uen,eu permission mr int    »    movement    Friday, and Defense familia interstate sale to Northern, Ten-!1 neco    sold the gas at    a higher    11 is GM’s second major group on the intrastate market    °f layoffs since Jan. I. Partly cloudy Tuesday. Lows mostly in 30s Sunday and 20s Monday, rising lo lower 40s Monday and Tuesday. C. R. Weather High Thursday .......... price where price is not regulated. in Tel Aviv details of the movement Friday, and Defense families. .Minister Moshe Dayan refused    County to let newsmen from Israel ob- Horan said he Atty. Thomas anticipates a GM laid off 86.000 workers, serve it. hearing will be set up soon for A spokesman for”tho power »•«» indefinitely, in the period    But *P°kesm™ confirmed disposition of the other item* as A spoilsman tor inc power ,    ,    that the movement was going a resu|t of the amendment to ,mml«,an «»,H tho nr,oo,    between Jan. and riday    jn accordance wi(h lhc (hc    an(j    m    oxpcc(cd    for. final disengagement agreement mal entry of the city attorney costs. Low overnight ... Noon Friday 2 p.m. Friday — Precipitation ..... Total for Jan. .... Normal for Jan. .. Barometer, falling Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. S at 13 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 8:25; sun sets, 6:14. Year Ago Today — High. 52: low, 34; rainfall, none. 67% iowa Deaths Iowa City    Lewis G. I Dohrer, 70. Services Saturday ...40 at 9 at St. Wenceslaus church. 29 Rosary Friday at 7:30 at Don-12 j ohue’s. 4,. Tipton — Mrs. Dorothy P. • ■ ■ }j Reeve, 69. Services at 1:30 None j Monday at First United Moth-0.66 odist church. Friends may call .1.511 at Sheets and Son after 7:301 ruction with an alleged attempt 30.13lSiltun??-'M litv} at lhe thu, rh to swindle a Cedar Rapids man after ll Monday.    *    .    ,    ...    v xx i..    « j ... I out of $25.(KH). Dyersville - Leander Weber,    ’ 61 Services Monday at noon att ^ loaded Browning Kemi-au-Basilica of St. Francis Xavier tomatic pistol was found in ~    i    -------—    -    ......jwww..,    ”•    Luiiiiiuojiuii    aulu iii across state lines as a con- route ^ wjdow 0f ^ p Thomp- proved for the foreign gas were gally transporting a loaded pistol victed felon.    ,    ... Federal Magistrate James”’™’ dlcd suddenly Thursday. A Hodges set bond on the federal (<ldar Rapids resident 48 years, charge at $2,000 Friday. The I she was born Sept. 23, 1904, in ! remaining $5,125 bond is on the Calhoun Mo two state charges    Mrs'.'    Thompson Spiers was arrested Saturday member of ^|rst by Cedar Rapids police in con- cburcb Surviving are a Shirley Ann. Cedar Rrooksic Thompson, fit), of commission said the prices ap-|£tweon Jan. _7 and Friday    accordant(,    with    the    ,he petition and an expected tor- final Hisfinojinomenf apreement moi nrHrtr nf (hn fits/ aftnrnnu was a Baptist! crV GM’s normal U.S. for supplies delivered to *l» t e^P*®ynwnt ta    signed by the Israeli and    Egyp-    into the ease. East Coast cities where the gas Many of the worker.- affected t. n „UiA(a nf ctoff ai    „r was to be used.    !wiP receive up to 95 percent of He said the domestic prices take-home wages through unem-involved in the FRC ruling were Payment compensation and wellhead prices, without deliv- Pay protection plan in costs included.    contract with the LAW, tian chiefs of staff at Kilometer 101 west of the canal Thursday. Military sources in Tel Aviv said all Israeli troops would Sc “If you add on the delivery.w)ryipany said daughter, costs for the domestic gas, the a s probably be out of the city of ( Suez, at the southern end of the hlesinqer: No Military Spy Ring Scripture service at 8 Sunday at McBride’s. Iowa City Ross Sloan, 52. Services Monday at 11 at St. Thomas More church. Rosary at 8 Sunday at George L. Gay’s, where friends may call Sunday. Independence — Michael Traveler's Forecast Kelly, 75. White’s. Saturday    |    _    —— —Fire— Spiers’ car during a search following the arrest, police said. Rapids; a prices son, Dale, Elgin IIL; a sister, said. Jewell Barker. Kansas City, However, Mo.; three grandchildren and that even go much higher,” FPC after WASHINGTON (AF) - De-! canal, by Monday.    *    fen se Secretary Schlesingcr r * on J* S r ?uUreS u The sources said the Egyp- says there is no indication that he oo oi ? I Is year J tians would probably regain full a military spy ring was involved .I UnlJSoocSnlo C*°mP possession of Suez by noon Mon-in the 1971 transfer of secret figures show U1,h saIes °‘ 226,03^ units during ,    an^    ggyp.    White House    documents to the delivery, the the san?e ^period in 1973•^Iv?.ac: tian Third army could start Pentagon. C. R. Man Faces Trespass and two great-grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel east the cost of the foreign gas. at 3 p.m. Saturday by Dr.    ------------- Wayne Shireman. Friends may    FifC- (Continued from Rage I.) call pm at, Turner east until 2:30 Saturday. The casket will domestic gas doesn’t approach counted for more than half of the domestic cars built and sold in the U.S. last year. GM described all the layoffs as temporary furloughs But a GM spokesman conccd- A c c ja 1114- ^/-vnn+c no^ be opened after the service, sheriff’s department handled'1 s,,m' L*yofts predated ^0! force js to take? control of terri- as Moorer, V^UUll I 5 Rnri ti i •    .rf,,.    ..r    component    parts    workers,    as    *____ —i    u,,    -it    i,,;n# Weather, Bismarck ...... Chicago ..... Cincinnati..... Cleveland Des Moines Detroit ....... Indianapolis • •. Kansas City . . Milwaukee ... Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha ...... Sioux Falls Iii Lo Rain HU-48 PtCldy 53-37 .. Shwrs 52-48 . .Cloudy 48-40 Cloudy 41-30 Pttldy 43-32 .. . Rain 50-42! .. Rain 52-27 Cloudy 39-30 .Cloudy 34-14; PtCldy 57-30 Cloudy 41-30! (Continued from Page I.) sink, McMickie said. Pans were found near the chair. Tile fire was ignited by smoking materials. McMickie said. He said Hinrichs was kjiown to be a heavy smoker. Hinrichs was dead on arrival 39 Degree* Days Thursday ............. Total to date ..... Through Jan. 24, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Friday 680 92 Births — St. Luke's Jan. 24 -To the families of P. Wayne Karris. 308 Eleventh street, Marion, a son; Michael Anderson, 19U6 Wilson avenue SW, a son. Births — Mercy Jan. 24 To Mr. and Mrs Jonathan Gorski, 71 UU MI. Vernon road SE. a daughter. Jan. 25 To Mr. and Mrs. David Kalder, Swisher, a son. Marriage Licenses Carol Hanson and John Crane, both of Codo- Rapids. Ardyth Haynes and Francis Pusatcri, both of Hiawatha. Fires 12:02 lf rn. Thursday Smoking materials to ehair at 128 Seventeenth street SW. resulting in death of John ( Hinrichs, 88. 5:18 ain.    Friday. Assist Marion    fire    department 3465 Seventh avenue. PtCldy 40-25 j at St. Luke’s hospital. He suffered second and third degree burns to both hands and McKinley street SE Burial: Cedar Memorial. Terry L. Kerr. 24. of 523 McKinley street SE. was charged with assault lo do great bodily injury and criminal after he allegedly forced way into a neighbor’s home tedlv at her home Wednesday. Thursday night while armed Born April 15, 1896, in Cedar with a knife.    Rapids, she and Mr Police said he was arrested; were married Aug. 20, 1917, in after the incident at the resi-| Marion. She was a charter dence of Robert J. Drafahl, 527 member of the Edgewood Bap- traffic. Because of the early hour, traffic was light, however. Traffic Rerouted ()f Traffic on Seventh component parts workers, as opposed to assembly line layoffs, may be indefinite. Corporate spokesmen would not estimate how many of these man- army moving across from the east    At a news conference Thurs- bank where it has been trapped day, Schlesingcr acknowledged since the October war ended. there were improprieties in the Under the agreement nego- distribution of National Security Hated by Secretary of State Kis- Council files to the Pentagon, singer, the U N. peacekeeping    But he defended Adm. Thom- the re chairman of tory evacuated by Israel for at Joint Chiefs of Staff, who least six hours before handing it ceived the files, over to the Egyptians.    Schlesingcr    said    Moorer For three months, while should have been more alert in sraeli troops held about half of noticing that the material came Mrs. Elvin T. Harris Blanche Mae Harris, 77, ui| irattle on seventh avenue    ___________r__________________ ^______________________ trespass    1241    Woodland    court    NW, widow    the city’s main street and which lecturing division layoffs there    gue/    ^    ^ Egyptian civil-    from an irregular source, the his    of Elvin    T.    Harris,    died    unexpec-    also carries highway 151, was might be.    jafls jn ^ cj^y an^ Third    joint chiefs’ liarson office within rerouted.    bord    said    it    also    is    planning    armv have been fed and wa- the NSC staff. Police said the cooperation further layoffs. Chrysler    de-    temJ    by u.N. convoys which    The secretary called Moorer fcSreceived from Ccdar Rapids po- cl;ned comment.    _    J    Israel    allowed to pass through    “a dedicated officer who has tist church. 3,798 *bc felt leg, McMickie said, but Kerr was looking for his wife Surviving are a daughter. 4,142jibe burns alone were proba- wjien he entered the dwelling. Mrs. Clarence Coonier, Shef-57.16 bly not serious enough to cause po]ico Mid    1    field.    111.,    and    a    son,    James    E.,| 6.631 death. The impaired judgment that carbon monoxide causes was blamed by McMickie for lhe victim's failure to leave the house and eall the fire department. Bond was set by police at Cedar Rapids; six grand-$5,000 on the assault charge and children, seven great-$150 on the criminal trespass grandchildren, and two sisters,) lice and firemen and from the f*or(f Motor Co. said Friday it county sheriff’s department would lay off 13.0(H) workers in “was tremendous ”    the next two weeks, almost 4.(MHI ___indefinitely. Ford said it is an eftort to cut back car production by 23.00!) units from its original auto production plans for the three-week period be lts lines on the west side of the served the country well.” canal.    -- Skylab Trio Sets In-Flight Record CLC Freezes Prices On Copper, Aluminum Accused Gas Gouger Gets $500-a-Day Fine CHICAGO (AP) - Samuel A C E CENTER, Houston «inn,ng Jan. 28 astronauts, 1 brasier declined charge —Energy— (Continued from Page I McMickie said carbon mon    . oxide poisoning results in a false *be available supplies. sense of security in the face of danger. Death was possibly due to inhaling superheated air rather than carbon monoxide poisoning, he said. The fire in the one story frame dwelling was reported at 12:02 p.m. * * * John C. Hinrichs was born Nov. 16, 1885. near Victor. A res- S I (AP) — Skylab 3’s I Mrs. Mike Bundra and Audrey ^u> *irst men f0 orbit the earth I Carney, both of Cedar Rapids. I (MM) l,mes. began their linal Services: 1:30 p.m. Saturday ,w0 weeks m “P3™    imd at Turner chapel west by John set a spat.'endurance mark that Arbitre. Burial: Fairfax certie- m|P stand for a decade. Friends may call at 12 47 a.m. (.DT. (.erald ■om men I Non-Profit Units Control-Exempt terv. At Carr, 12:47 am. William Pogue and Ed- WASHINGTON (AP) - The r/    Turner    west The    family    suo- v'arr>    william rogue ana nu-    ^ost ()* Living Council Friday    ___________ _______________ Zausncr said.    ru    a    >    • k |V|ard    Gibson eadl established a    exempted non-profit, tax-exempt    wJ price nM m    December. Jackson said    that unless a    gists ti    n may,    y    . ,    .    for the most time roent in    organizations from wage and    tn mid March    Daniel) said check is put on oil prices “we’re contribute to the memorial fund ma,K Ior ’J0”11"11 ^penl in nric(> contiols    mid-March.    Dunlop    said. Romp to SCC the most dev** of Edgewood Baptist church space by an tndiv.dual    ^c acto includes su i, or- • n* * .u n a, „       The    previous    mark    of    69 days, ,nt    *ni«uuts    sn    ii    or me inflation that the nation has    ls    hra,U    rf,    had hL ganuations as civic ever been up against.    bmith Intant Highest Ever    The    infant    daughter of Mr. Magistrate’s Court ident of Cedar Rapids since 1926. he was married to Bertha Schultz iii 1907 iii Cedar Rapids. Mr. Hinrichs had been em-** I ployed by the S and W Tenth Street Service, and by Schrim Brothers as a tire vulcanizer j for most of his life. Robert Sw-ehla.) Surviving are a son. John ll avenue SW, f‘ni(1 Hinrichs, Cedar Rapids; two brothers. Iconic Hinrichs, Brooklyn, and William Hinrichs, Ven-$30 and | turn, and one granddaughter. Services: Saturday at 10:30 a in. at Trinity Lutheran church by the Rev. Richard Osing Burial:    Victor. Friends may register at Turner chape! west until 9 p.m. Friday. The casket will not Im1 opened at any time. With lhc oil companies report-1ilnd Mrs f*™* ST^' ^ ,he M': d'lv sk>'lah 2 triP “nd mg their highest ever profits in *’os* roa^ • e    the    to    day    Apollo    12    moon-land- an energy-hungry economy, *’r^ay-    ing    mission Simon told a senate finance sub- Surviving are her parents and Carr. Pogue and Gibson have committee Thursday that at ber grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. j recorded all their space time on space bv an individual. The previous mark of 69 days. 15 hours, 45 minutes had been Ka,l,Zkllions as civic leagues ..... held by Alan L. Bean. who business a>sociations, employe pri(.t>s logged his tmu' on two fliehts associations, non-prolit social WASHINGTON <AP) — The McBride, accused of gasoline Cost of Living Council (CLC) price gouging, was fined $500 decided Thursday to bar further Thursday for every day he fails price increases of basic copper to produce his financial records, and aluminum until the middle Judge James Parsons ordered of March.    McBride    held    in contempt of Council Director John Dunlop, court Jan. 9 for refusing to turn announcing the temporary the records over to the Internal freeze, said that the council act- Revenue Service. cd because copper and alumi-1 -------- num companies had been grant-    Brezhnev    Display .MEXICO CITY < AP) — A pic-p said, ture display showing visits to the council will take ann her other countries by Soviet leader 'ock to sec whether copper and Leonid Brezhnev has opened in aluminum companies can raise Havana, the Cuban news agency Prensa Latina said Thursday. Speeding 220 Seventh avenue SW, fined $35 and costs. Jane Lewis, North Liberty; Gerald Gustafson, Palo; Donald Raiin, Mt. Vernon; each fined costs. Carol Primrose, 3000 .I street SW. Mattie Bright, 240 Fifteenth street NW: each fined $25 and costs. Everett Huntington, 632 Twenty-sixth street NW; William Smith, 821 ('Hillburn court SF,, Constance Rover, 3041 Sixth street SW; Lyle Huke. 1317 Nineteenth I avenue SW; Jerry Patterson,] 271 Drink wa rd street NWL Mary Gilbert, 3811 Lennox .rveiiue NE; David Johnson,' .'WOO Northwood drive NE; Douglas Vogt, Homestead; Min I each I C. R. Man Fined $15 On Assault Count Dean Voltenburg, jr.. 422 list St $!tn "'/ill11WnIsl!! Jang>v‘,nue, NW’ Pled «lllll-v 111 ma«' El cnherger, Martelle; fined $151 is!rate’s court to a charge ol as arin costs. Driver’* license Sherry Lathrop, fined $2U and cost: man, 3(130 Bever sault and battery and was lined violation $|5 mK) posts SconVore-1    **''    Wi,s    (’,ialT9‘d    Wl,b    assault avenue SE; mg Tern Hchman on Dec 8 1 least one profits tax proposal is "focused on an elusive concept of excessive profits rather than the real culprit, excessive crude oil prices." lie said he prefers Nixon's bill I for an "emergency w indfall profits tax” which would more or less leave the oil industry alone, including sizable tax grants and ‘ incentives’’ to find and produce more oil. Simon specifically referred to a bill by Sen. Mike Gravel iD-Alaska) proposing a tax and im port duties on oil. Gravel submitted his bill after a resolution by Sen Walter Mondale (D Mum ) calling for a rollback of oil and gasoline prices to Nov. I levels "We can pass all the laws we want to rolling prices back.” Gravel said "AII we’d do is give the American people no gas to buy. You can’t repeal the law of supply and demand ” C. K. Smith, rural Olin. William this one journey Radloff, North Liberty, and Ro bort a Salisbury, California. Private services: Tentatively set for Saturday afternoon at Antioch cemetery east of Anamosa. Turner chapel west is in charge of arrangements. clubs, credit unions, and religious, charitable and literary organizations. It also includes private nonprofit schools, colleges and universities. although tuition charges previously were exempted : ndt*r the Phase 4 control program. LONDON (Al’t Major Gen. A council spokesman said tho Sir Hubert Ranee, 75, last Brit- new exemptions art* based pri-ish governor of Burma before it marilv on the fart that such gained independence in 1948. ge ums are basically non-com died Thursdax    niercial    in    nature. Last Gnxcrnor Dies Memorial Services Oregon. I.Min Set vin were held Friday at 10:30 a.rn. al Beatty-Bourle chapel by Dt Wayne A Shireman But ml v\;is in Cedar Memorial cemetery. 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