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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa MAI ION Al 29.41 29)2 H •CAT I AlHlt VtkVWT* IOCK Att it 7 AM ISI Obituaries —Court— (Continued from Page I.) im WI A1 Btl I OI OC ASt & Rain or showers are expected Monday night in the vicinity of the Great Lakes and Ohio valley, as well as along parts of the mid-Pacific coast. Snow will be found in parts of the northern Rockies. Elsewhere generally fair weather is expected. Herbert M. McFarlane Herbert M. McFarlane, 78, of 1224 Thirteenth street NW, died Sunday following a long illness. Formerly of Chicago and Sun City, Ari/,., he had been a Cedar Rapids resident, five years. I torn Dec. 15, 1896, at Cedar Rapids, he was married to Crayon Sherwood Feb. 15, 1947, at Fast Chicago, Ind. He was a World war I veteran and was employed by O. F. Jordan Co. in Chicago prior to his retirement. Mr. McFarlane was a 1921 graduate of Coe college. He was a member of the American Legion and the Masonic lodge. Surviving is a sister, Ethel M. McFarlane, Cedar Rapids. Services: Chapel of Memories at 10:30 a m. Wednesday by the Rev. Ernest W. Larson of Trinity United Methodist church. Burial:    Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home after noon Tuesday and at the chapel after 9 a.m. Wednesday. The casket will he closed Wednesday. at 10:15 a m Joseph F. Postal Joseph F Postal, jr., f>4( 714 Thirty-fifth street SF, a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids,, died Saturday following a long illness. Born Feb. ll, 1910, he was married to Libbie Sophia Buresh July 3, 1937, at Cedar Rapids. A World war II veteran, he was employed by Cherry-Btirrell Corp. for 27 years. Mr. Postal was a member of United Auto Workers local 1026 and the Veterans Special Police Organization. has made public for simultaneous viewing and hearing the contents of that program. The privilege of receiving the broadcast electronic signals and of converting them to the sights °* and sounds of the program inheres in all members of the public who have the means of doing so,” Stewart said. In a separate case, the supreme court overturned fees lev The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Mar., 4, 1974 J Arson Possible in Fire At Prairie High School An early morning fire which damaged Prairie high school Monday and forced cancellation of classes is under investigation by the Cedar Rapids fire department. (Photo on picture page) building received smoke damage. The fire also damaged electrical and water lines in the school. A security guard on regular patrol at the school discovered the blaze and notified the fire department at 2:27 a.m. Fire department officials said led by the Federal Commune    , I cations Commission on cable    The fire started in a utility    the blaze    was    under control in I television system operators.    corridor near the cafeteria,    about 20    minutes, but crews In other action Monday,    the    kitchen and boiler room of the    remained    on    the scene until court:    school    and was largely confined    around 9    a.m.    to make sure the Ruled that congress may law- to the HK) foot by IO foot area, fire was completely out. fully withhold veterarks educa-' The kitchen heat damage The Weathe High temperatures Sunday, low temp features overnight and inches of precipitation: Anchorage .3011 L. Angeles 59 43.04 Atlanta    73    47 .    Miami .....73    ti Bismarck .    37    26    Min'apolis    44    29 Chicago    76    42 .07    N. Orleans    #0    66 Denver ..    52    21 ,C5    New York    43    41.0) Duluth ...36 13.07 Phoenix 7148 Honolulu    84    71    Seattle    44    37 .02 Houston    78    66    Washington    72    58 call at 1000 block of Third avenue SE. 4:04 p.m. Sunday. Unknown lo grass; vacant lot at end of Leisure drive NE. 2:27 a.m. Monday. Cause under investigation at 401 Seventy-sixth avenue SW. 3:28 Monday. High intensity lamp to pillow at 300 street NE. 13-Cent Gain in Gas Price Reported over Weekend By United Press International The price of gasoline soared by as much as 13 cents a gallon in some parts of the country during the weekend, but most tion benefits from conscientious objectors, even though they perform alternative civilian scr-Surviving are a brother, Dave|vjC(. P., of Palo.    Decline    to    consider    the    rights Services: Chapel of Memories 0f an unwed father in determination p.m. Tuesday by the Rt.'jng whether to abort a preg-Rev. Canon D. A. Loferski of St. nancy. John’s Episcopal church. Crc- Refused to hear a plea from mation will be held, with inurn- n. Rap Brown that he deserves ment in Cedar Memorial mauso- a new trial on a federal leum. Friends may call at firearms charge because of al-Cedai* Memorial funeral home.jeged illegal electronic sur-Monday and at the chapel after voidance by the government. 9 a.m. Tuesday. The family sug- Agreed to decide if newsmen gests that friends may, if they have a rjght under the constitu- area sustained and the entire wish, donate to the charity of their choice. Mrs. James Borgenson 650,000 gallons of gasoline to the i m    n region to meet their fuel de-1 ^am,,r Moister Lorgensort, 3, mands. They also demanded wife of James J. Borgenson, that Cov. Arch Moore lift a ban 3400 Sheridan drive SF], a life- on gas sales to customers who iong resident of Cedar Rapids, motorists seemed eager to pay morc ^an a (iu<irt<’r t<in^ died Monday following a linger- mattress and the higher prices. Lines waiting Thirty-eighth I at filling stations in several tanks were dry. “Gasoline availability has slipped to its lowest point since C. R. Weather High Sunday .................67 Low overnight ...............44 Noon Monday ................39 2 p.rn...................... 38 Precipitation ...............0.34 Total for March ............0.34 Normal for March ..........2.48 Normal through March -----5.02    Towne House drive NE Total for 1974 ...............2.30    Bejggren. ,71(J Jac0!-Vun    drive r, ,    ,    I    on    ..    NW;    Richard    Smith, 17121.. Barometer, steady ........29.44,    Twentieth street NW;    Nelson I Humidity at noon ......... 89%    Evans, 582r» Langdon    court sold out    and    closed for the .... ,    NW; Charles Hayes, 1300 weekend Wind direction and velocity at oakland road NE; Jeffery Fos- sum, 2631 Westwood    drive1    Worst    Situation NW; William Haley. 349 Twelfth street SW; Donald I Jones. 1125 Center Point road of gas. Rep. Los Aspin (DWis.) said Magistrate's Court Speeding — James Daniel, 1311 Highwood drive NW; fined $35 and costs. Richard .Johnson, Swisher; Raymond Cullen, 1060 Second avenue, Marion; Matthew Drilling, 2440 the surveys began last June,” Gary,said Jim Walls of the Georgia Richard Smith, “m21    ?'?b    "e    sai(|    8    loUr,b    ot state s filling stations were areas were reported longer than 129 Percent of the gas and oil ever, and many stations were I we^s in the Gulf of Mexico are closed because their storage not producing. He estimated the Gazette weather station 2 p.m. NE at IO m.p.h. Sun rises Tuesday, 7:36; at sun High 48; sets, 7:01. Year Ago Today low, 40; rainfall, 0.01. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck  PtCldy    42-19 Chicago ........PtCldy Cincinnati  PtCldy Cleveland  Shwrs 51-31 64-34 61-30 Des Moines • ■ Detroit ...... Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee ... Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City . .. Omaha . . PtCldy 50-32 •Cloudy 51-30 ..Cling 58-34 ... Fair 57-33 ..PtCldy 42-29 .PtCldy 42-25 .... Fair 65-37 .PtCldy 52-35 Sioux Falls PtCldy 50-25 Degree Days NE; Gary Cooper, 225 Wiley boulevard NW; William Gin-kins, route one, Marion; Robert Miller, 1808 Chandler street SW; each fined $30 and costs. Frederick Whitney, Rockford, 111.; Floyd Collins. 800 South Fifteenth street, Marion; each fined $20 and costs. Failure to dim lights — Ronald Meyers, 283 Lewellen drive NW; fined $10 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Jimmy Bean. 721 Second avenue SW; Bradley Martin. 317 B avenue NW; each fined $20 and costs. Steven Boore, 408 Sixth avenue SW; David Trimble, 1206 Eighth street NW; each fined $10 and costs. Failure to transfer title — Charles Gifford, Mt. Vernon; fined $10 and costs. ](j Traffic signal violation — 13 Nancy Karr, 834 Fourteenth 5,2711 street NE; Ted Slaman, 3021 The situation was described as the worst since the energy shortage became severe five months ago also in Michigan and parts of California. Lines in the San Francisco arca were longer than ever, stretching as far as five blocks. The price of gasoline leaped by 13 cents a gallon at two filling stations in Tallahassee, F’la. The stations, both spur centers, raised their prices from 45.6 cents to 58.5 for regular and from 49.5 to 62.5 for premium. Manager F7d Mathew said the 13 wells could produce 140,000 barrels of oil and one million cubic feet of natural gas a day. * * * Citing “skyrocketing costs” of jet fuel for U.S. overseas air ing illness. Born Get. 27, 1920, in Cedar Rapids, she was married May 12, 1945, at I,ake Forest, 111. Mrs. Borgenson was a member of Indian Creek Country club. She was graduated from Lake Forest college. Surviving in addition to her —Golda— (Continued from Page I.) “We shall do our best to convince her to change    her mind.” Asked if Mrs.    Meir still planned to resign by returning her government-forming mandate to Katzir, Adon said, “I suspect that yes, she will, but I don’t know if the president is obligated to accept it.” 5 Years in Office The decision—if she sticks to “VIIMi J^MUI UIHVC VI    UCC    J/I to demand interviews with spe- ^ -would put an end to Mrs. cific inmates in federal prisons. I Meir s five years as leader o* Agreed to review an Illinois Israel She would stay on as court’s threat of contempt pro-1 caretaker prime minister until ceedings against Chicago dele- a now government was chosen, gates    seated    at    the    1972    Demo-    She was unable    to get Hieratic    national convention.    The    gather a coalition in    the knesset Fire department officials said arson has not been ruled out as the cause of the blaze. Supt. James G. Bayne told The Gazette classes will not be held at the high school for the remainder of the week. The clean-up crew was expected to give Bayne an estimate of tho time needed to complete cleanup Monday afternoon. Bayne said the school’s loss was fully covered by insurance. court agreed to consider an insurgent delegation’s challenge (parliament) despite increasing calls from Labor party leaders of an Illinois appellate court Tor a majority government, decision that state courts have Labor leaders said Mrs. Meir jurisdiction in the selection of told them party factionalism, delegates to a political party personality disputes and her op-convention.    position to growing demands for ♦    *    *    a majority coalition led to her Refused to interfere with a decision to step down, rule of the International Union of Operating Engineers requiring a candidate for union of- husband are two sons, Fre- lice to submit an affidavit say-lines, energy chief William d e r i c k Diers, Marion, and jng he is not a member of the Simon proposed Monday a plan James J. Borgenson, Kansas Communist party. to equalize the price paid for City, Mo.; a daughter, Mrs. Ter    *    +    * fuel by domestic and foreign carriers. In a rule to be published Tuesday, Simon would place the U.S. overseas airlines under the allocation program used fo r domestic airlines. Gas Price Hike As High as 8,3 Cents in C,R. ranee Kopet, Cedar Rapids; a Held that a New York law brother, George McManus, F]au, prohibiting marriages by prison-Claire, Wis., and ll grand- ers serving iife sentences is con-children.    stitutional. Services: Turner chapel east--_ at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday by the  CrOSH"""8 Rev. Paul E. Traeumer of Grace Episcopal church. Entombment will be in the Chapel of Memories. Friends may call at Turner east after I p.m. Tuesday. (Continued from Page I.) At the heart of the matter were demands by Defense Minister Moshe Dayan and others for bringing the Likud bloc into a broad coalition with the Labor party. Mrs. Meir said inclusion of Likud would be a “disaster for a nation.” Dayan pledged support for Mrs. Meir, but refused to serve as defense minister in a minority coalition despite the prime I minister’s pleas. t0 A government official said the the prospect of new elections would Harriett M. Heilman Harriett M. Heilman, 511 Second street SW, a retired employe of the Order of Railway Conductors, died late Sunday Gasoline prices in the Cedar,aftcr a jong illness. Miss Heil- finding several bodies up eight miles from where ___ plane hit the ground. An airlines n°f immediately alter Israel s official said the huge crash area .bargaining stance in next might indicate an “explosion,month’s troop separation talks aboard before it hit the Syria. He said it might ground.”    take three months to arrange Banked Sharply    another vote. .....    ..    ..    . In other Mid-East develop- Witnesses said the big plane mcnts. reflected a government-!1^ ™8 have increa^ 85'man was ^lifelong resident of|f“    /ti-    fc.    ta|lcd    Monday    (or    talks price, plus a wholesale fuel higher cost for Gazette survey Saturday ........... Sunday ............. Th mu Kb^M arch 3 1973    5 546iGateway Gardens SW: Carolyn ,MS an« Percent of normaVycar . .79.48 : Lcidigh. 752 Carroll drive SE; companies arc responsible for Total normal year ......6,631    Greta    Van    Fleet,    1315 O ave nue NW; Michael Coeciola, 150 Echo lane NW; each fined $15 cents reiieciea a gUVCllHnciU-i -    —, turin aftor tnlronff crkarinrr im isgvpi caiieu WlQIIuay IIM lama allowed 2-eent hike rn the retail|much as 8.3 cento per^gaIon.a CedaMtaHs^an^a member of {J*** .a^ff, g up    * lifti thc i    €~    °    R    a    1    j    Surviving    are two brothers most windless skies. Then it Arab oil embargo against the 'selling gasoline under 19 brands    !,    RaDidsand    suddenly banked sharply, ios( US following the windup of I Clarence F., cedar Rapids, ana    J    ni.meeri    to    the    Israel’s    withdrawal    from    the Robert, South Sioux City, Neb. altitude plunged to me, (-ana| ana the start of Service. wnHnncrfdu at m m ground in a cartwheel.    hULZ    Lanai ana me start 01 Services. Wednesday at 10.30    ^     JU    ______;trnnn separation talks with Meanwhile, debate still rages on just how much oil the U.S. has and whether the big oil year .. Coralville Lake Pool level Monday ...... 676.15 Births — Mercy Mar. 2 — Mr. and Mrs. liar-vey Denlinger, 4440 Midway Tama drive NW, a son.    j    Services Mar. 3 — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Webster, 814 Wilson ave-I cemetery near Vining, nue, SW, a son.    Vinton    — Don F. Fowler. 55. D. ,i    c, j I i    Services Wednesday at 2, Trin- birtns    ot. Luke S    ity Lutheran church. Carnp- Mar. 3 — To the families of ; bell’s Richard Luerkens, Central City, current gasoline shortages. John Swearingen, board chair- lar prices above 50 indicated. Regular prices ranged from a I low of 43.9 to a high of 56.9 cent* a m. in St. per gallon, with eight of those church by contacted reporting their regu- Laughlin altitude and plunged ground in a cartwheel rathnim! The plane hit the ground with trooP thunderous explosion, shatter- Syria. The Middle Last news j windows in homes on the I agency said President Anwar, Sadat asked for a meeting of —Hearings— (Continued from Page I.) statements over the weekend on the mistrial motion. Friday’s sudden turn of events in the conspiracy trial followed a week of careful screening of hundreds of potential jurors. The jury of eight men and four women selected Thursday was sequestered and continued to be kept in isolation as Gagliardi studied the mistrial motion. Speculation arose that had a mistrial been declared Monday, it would have been more difficult to find a new jury — especially after the Watergate indictments announced Friday. Among the seven former top Nixon administration officials named was Mitchell, charged with conspiracy, obstruction of justice and making false statements. Mitchell and Stans are accused of trying to impede a Securities and Exchange Commission fraud investigation into thc financial activities of Robert L. Vesco. The government charged that in return, Vesco made a secret $200,WK) contribution to President Nixon’s 1972 re-election campaign. Mitchell now faces a maximum of 30 years in prison and $40,000 in fines if convicted in Washington, in addition to the 50 years both he and Stans could get in the New York case. The New York jury of eight men and four women was isolated from news of the Watergate indictment. It will be sequestered for the trial duration. Patrick's the Rev. Martin!? . Burial; Unwood. In«    ln, nm of the forest. on It broke into cents persChristian wake service Tuesday, , . ..    .    , al 7:3(1 n m. in Brady-Kuba fu-:smali blts after hitting thc fro- snowcovered woods. Arab oil ministers in Tripoli, Libya, next Sunday. be New fighting between the Seven Juveniles Arrested Sunday By C.R. Police Cedar Rapids police youth Iowa Deaths — Eman J. Dvorak. 77. Wednesday at 2. Ma-j National I Le son-Hand. Burial in a daughter; Gordon Jones, 280 Drinkward street NW, a daughter; Steven McDaniel, 1365 Eighth avenue, Marion, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Shirley Ault and Alan Van Antwerp, Merry Nuremberg and Wayne Callan, Antonette Ralston and Edward Stuesscl, Bernice Tillman and Weber Patterson, all of Cedar Rapids. Debra Moyer and Randall Gilds, both of Marion, Pamela Welton, Des Moines, and John Binder, Cedar Rapids. Adoption Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mi-eliaelson, 850 Keyes court, Marion, a daughter. Petitions for Bankruptcy Iva Janet Clark, formerly known as Iva Janet Sch.vien, Delmar. Debts:    $4,808.17. Assets:    $1,850, with $1,800 claimed as exempt. Hollis Duane De Yoe, Oelwein. Debts: $12 4,8 07.1 8, Assets: $111,525, with $38,700 claimed as exempt. Russell Lynn Manson, Mallei tester, filed a chapter 13 debt repayment plan. Kart James and Alice Mac Kl apii, Edgewood. Debts: sill ,915.64. Assets:    $38,010; he claiming $37,150 as exempt and she claiming $34,150 as exempt. Ronald Wayne Krapfl, Edgewood- Debts: $52,245.01. Assets: $4,157. Fires I 15 a in. Sunday. Short in television at 4120 Sixteenth avenue SW. 2:09 a tit. Sunday Faulty sprinkler alarm systems at Third street and Sixteenth avenue SE 10:21 a in Sunday Surge in sprinkler at 333 Fifth avenue SE. 12:47 p.m. Sunday. Vent smoke at 701 Tenth street SF.. 1:25 p.m. Sunday. Needless Vinton — Alpha M. Fry, 84. Services Tuesday at 2. White- arrested in in- and costs. Richard Bradke, 1122 man of Standard Oil of Indiana! gallon.    I at 7:30 p.m. costsCnUe NW: fin0d $1° and(Amoco), predicted Sunday that Only one station operator re- neral home, where friends mayjze”’ ^ . .    ..    .    would the present gasoline shortage ported his prices have gone register after I p.m. Tuesday. i ibJ J identify mast of Israelis and Syrians was report-]bureau officials reported seven would be over in another six down since the first of The casket will not be opened at    J;    ic    , months to a year. But, in a March and one other reported any time, heated argument with Sen. no increase this month. Abraham Ribicott (D-Conn ), he Clark No. 2, 3334 First avenue denied charges that the big oil;NE, reported the largest in-j    ^ TT„   companies had played a role in I crease and highest prices at 56.9. Tu”iday'in ChapcTof Memories I causing the crisis.    1 for regular.    by the Rev. Larry R. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Ar- first DL-10 to crasil. rangcments by Cedar Memorial] funeral home. l*olitis. Constantine N. — 1:30 at Beatty-I chapel by thc Rev. j Energy Office to cover increas-1 Alexander George. Burial: Oak Shouting Match Phillips. Burial at Urbana. j Hibicoff said the Lamont — Orville King. 95. wet Services Tuesday at 10:30, (off Kreussel-Fawcett. Burial in I degenerated into a shouting The increase reflects a 6.3 cent per gallon increase from| companies 11^ company and a 2 cent per; the bodies. “This is the most ed on the Golan    Heights. It was    juveniles    were horrible sight I’ve ever seen,” a the first major    outbreak since    cidents    Sunday i~cT .    fireman    at the scene said.    U. S. Secretary of State Kis- Memonal Services    The    McDonnell-Douglas    plane, singer persuaded the Syrians to See, William S. — I p nv w h i c h seats eight persons release a list of prisoners of war abreast in tourist class, was the as a prelude to    disengagement talks with Israel. e a monopoly and touched gai|on increase allowed indepen- Mon"ay* at an argument that at times]dent retailers by tho Federal Beurle cha] Spangler cemetery, Aurora. Anna P. Tuesday North English Prandy, 63. Services at 1:30, Best’s. Springville — Neal C. Larson, 81. Services Tuesday at; 1:30, United Methodist church.! Murdoch’s. Tho names of two! surviving brothers, Raymond of Anamosa and Harlan of! Marion, were inadvertently! omitted from the obituary in J Sunday’s Gazette. West Liberty Carlie M.| Hinkhouse, 91. Services Tuesday at 2. United Methodist church, Snider’s. Independence — Donald C F’cnner, 53, Waterloo, Wednesday at 1:30, Ha we. High Amana    William Foerstner, 92. Services Wednesday at I, Middle Amana Community church. Friends may call after ll ain. Tuesday at the family home in High A m a n a . Hoover-Valcntine, Marengo. Iowa City — Hazen A. Ixnm. 75. Services Wednesday at 10:30, St. Mary’s church, Lone Tree. Rosary Tuesday at 8, George I#. Gay. \V o r t Ii i ti g t on Henry “Hank” Hess, 64. Services Wednesday .it 10:30, St. Paul's Catholic church. Rosary Tuesday at 8, Kramer’s, Dyersville. Ossian Fred J. Brockamp, 68. Services Wednesday ut ll, match. ing overhead Both men appeared on ABC’s supplies public affairs show “Issues and The Western Answers”. During the interview, Swearingen denied charges made recently by the shah of Iran that the U.S. oil was importing more oil than ever despite the Arab embargo. “The world is awash with oil,” Ribieolf said. “This is not true,” Swearin-Soi vices j gen said. “We are still deficient Mason- as jar as our ability to run the refineries at capacity and thc ability to distribute the product ... “We can kill this (shortage) problem in the long run, but in the short run — and by this I mean the next six to 12 months] we are going to be deficient] in supplies as far as the public is concerned.” In other developments: Iii a move to offset rising gas prices. Rep. Ronald Sarasin, (R-| Conn.) and Stanford Parris (IL Service Station and Discount store, 3325 Johnson avenue NW. reported the lowest prices and the one-cent per gallon decrease. Offering only self-service fa-1 fuesday at I p.m. by the Rev. cames, the companied “ station is selling at 43.9 cents | rnents by Teahen chapel. The bargaining bill, the house adopt- St. Francis de Sales church. Hour cents to two cents a gallon. Friends may call after 2 p.m. I „„    .. ...    ..    . Tuesday at Schmitz’.    I    I he Mobile Oil Corp. said it highways in the state, it apparently would suffer the same veto fate as the long-truek hill did. Ray acknowledged the view than an okay to the border city bill would put interior stockyards such as those in Cedar Rapids and Waterloo at a com Va.)! 'prup^i'T'lt'Klsia'tiaii' lo cut    d^vntage with Sioux City s. lie said he had considered and decreasing Hill cemetery. Also surviving are two stepsisters, Hazel Dennison, North English, and Mrs. Joe McNabb, Cedar] Rapids, and two stepbrothers, Albert Harris, Chicago, and]that collective bargaining nego Vcrle Harris, North English. I Rations between public bodies Schertz, Mary Elizabeth —    .    ...    .    .    u    u Immaculate Conception church jand    their    employes    may    be    held in secret. In its ninth day of debate on a I v. Cliv ut V    hi 11 v*n    iv. rn    *    ii    a* at 43.9 cents monts bv Teahen chapel. The the public employes’ collective per gallon for regular.    j    Rosary will be recited Monday The Linn Co-Operative sta- at 6.30 p.m. by the Rev. Rich-.    rn. » . r-f.u    a«<l J- Hess and at 7:30 by thc tion, 335 Thirty-fifth stn ’ Dominie club at the chapel. Marion,    was    the    only    other    sta-    |.(H)r    |);l|y K __ services tion not    reporting    an increase    in    were conducted at 1:30 Mon- [ tegy    sessions” of either    side day by the Rev. John P. Woods. Entombment: Chapel of Memories. Moyer, Edith lluebanan — Turner chapel east at 1:30 Tuesday by tho Rev. Allen 14. Van Cleve. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Tinner oast until I p.m. Tuesday. Tho casket will not be opened after thc service. Welton, Ada - ll a m. Tuesday at Beatty-Beurlc chapel by the Rev. John Little. Burial: Cedar Memorial. The casket will be closed at 10:30 A 16-year-old boy was charged with possession of a controlled substance and released to his parents Sunday night. Police said the youth had a small quantity of a substance believed to be hashish when police were called to the boy’s home by his father. In a separate incident, a 15-year-old boy was charged with . ,      „„    ii    I    possession of a controlled sub- DKS MOINES (AP) - The "strongly held im jai bargain- btance when a substance believ- lowa house decided Monday positions, and this can bi cd (Q bc marijuana was (ound jn Amendment Passes House For Secret Bargaining done in public.’ And Rep. David Stanley (R-Muscatine) known as the father of Iowa’s open meetings law, said negotiating sessions probably could be closed under the law as it stands. his possession. Police were questioning him about a runaway girl when the substance was found. Two 16-year-old boys were caught inside the Ellis Branch YMCA about 9:30 p.m. Sunday, pair was prices. —Truck Bill— (Continued from Page I.) In any case, Stanley said, a    Tile pair was charged with cd (52-45) an    amendment    spell-    requirement    that negotiating    breaking and entering and held ing out    that    meetings    which    and strategy    sessions be held in    in the county jail overnight be- mav be    closed included    “stra-    public would    apply only to pub-    fore being processed and relic employers.    leased    to their parents. The open meetings law ap- The youths had entered the plies only to public bodies, and building by breaking out a w inemploye organizations are not (low on the building’s southwest public bodies, Stanley said.    corner. - Two    youths are accused of Cabinet Approved    malicious damage to a building RANGOON, Burma (AP) — in connection with damage at He said he doesn t know what The People’s Assembly Monday Grant Wood school Sunday “strategy sessions” would in-: approved an 18-member cabinet night. Rep- Terry Branstad (R-Lcyland) protested that dosed negotiating sessions would interfere with the public’s right to know what their elective representatives are proposing to do with their money. elude, and added: “A lot of headed by Prime Minister Sein decision-making is done behind Win, the 54-year-old former con-closed doors in smoke-filled Instruction minister, rooms in detriment to the pub---— The boys, ages ll and 16, ar© accused of driving a car across the grass and attempting to pry open the school’s doors with a the federal gasoline tax from amt wilt net lit' • M*• ai' • I aftei ,    ...    ....    .    .....    #i__. the service.    lie    s    right    to    know.    29    YEARS AGO — State of-crowbar. finals said 42 of Iowa’s 99 eoun-j A 14-year-old boy has been charged with larceny for allegedly taking IO gallons of gas lie’s right to know.” But Rep. Gregory Cusuk (I) Think small, use a Classified Davenport) said both public em-ties rejected free surplus food Ad for big results. Place your ployers and employes will need for distribution to the unem- that, but surveys show most m-...    .terior    stockyards get their live- I would cut wholesale gasoline s^ock from Inside Iowa rather prices 2.2 cents a gallon andLjjan from bordering states, heating oil prices by 4.2 cents al gallon, effective Saturday. Mo  _— btl did not say if or when the cuts would be passed dong to consumers. ad today a way to back down from ployed and needy. from a car Sunday night. Keota Veronica K. Weber, 85. Powell’s. Central City Emily M. Hornier. Services Tuesday at 3:30 at Unit e d Methodist cli it re Ii, Anamosa. Burial: C c d H r Memorial cemetery, I wholesaU Cedar Memorial funeral home|f in charge. Striking southern West Vir-, Let a wont ad help you solve)ginia coal miners indicated they your buying or selling prob- would not return to work this loins! 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