Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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Convened at IO a.m. Passed five appropriations bills. Approved a resolution to set up a committee to study the flooding and erosion caused by construction of the Coralville and Red Rock dams.
Received one bill.
Recessed for lunch and committee meetings until 1:30 p.m. Senate
ConvcncG at IO a.m.
Passed 44-0 and returned to the house a bill to expand the statute on operation of community mental health centers.
Began debate on a measure to “de-sex” the Iowa Code.
Received 12 bills, including IO for appropriations.
Recessed for lunch and committee meetings until 1:30 p.m.
High temperatures Sunday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation:
Anchorage 47 31 L. Angeles *7 S3
Atlanta S3 35 .30 Miami et 75
Bismarck 37 IS Min'apohs 70 ta .01
Chicago ISIS N. Orlrans 64 47.17 Denver 39 23 New York 6) 70
Duluth ..6 2 Phoenix 78 53
Honolulu 80 60 Seattle 59 45
Houston 48 40 1.07 Washington 40 27
C. R. Weather
Speeding — Nancy Mc-Dougal, 418 First avenue NW; Frank Lnenicka, 1011 Vte Tenth street SW; each fined $40 and costs. William Peters, Iowa City; Dale Ahlrichs, Monticello; David Johnson, Independence; Duane Rasmussen, 1115 Sixth .street NW; Connie Ohrt, In-ir. , „ , .dependence; Cheryl Veach,
High Sunday .................21 1570 Third avenue SE; Annette
Low overnight .............. 20 Eckles, 3808 Sprucewood court
Noon Monday ••............. 40 NE; Douglas Herdlicka, 1216 B
« ,n avenue NW; each fined $30
- P*m*............... *11 * and costs. Richard Clarke, 1580
Precipitation ..............None; Second avenue SE; fined $25
Total for March ............1.76 and costs. Patricia Freeman,
Normal for March..........2.48 Center Point; Steven Shook
XT , u in......u rno Calamus; Robin Klein, 85
Normal through March 5.02 ^ Twenty-second avenue SW;
Total for 1974 ............... 6.39: Terry Hiebort, Central City;
Barometer, steady ........30.13 Gary Lekin, 1901 Ninth avenue
Humidity at noon’ 46%,sw: each flnt‘d $20 and Cf,sts*
,,.. , „* Traffic signal violation —
Hind direction and velocity at James Sonka 332] Firs( avc_
Gazette weather station at nuc NW; Mark Calkins, 365 2 p.m. SW at 21 mph. ; Twenty-first street SE; Steven
,, . _ nft. Vorba, 1715 Ellis boulevard
Sun rises luesday, 7.00, sun catherine Sylvester, 2622 sets, 7:25. Schaeffer drive SW; Kenneth
v ____uinh d«- Zimmerman. 1305 B avenue
Year Ago loday - High, 48, NF; John whitman. route one,
low, 42; rainfall, 0.13. Marion; each fined $15 and
Traveler s Forecast Accident, damage to vehicle
Tuesday — Robert Streeper, 611 West
Weather Hi-LoiMain street* Marion; fined $20
Bismarck -Cloudy 37-13
Chicago PtCldy 37-20
Cincinnati PtCldy 42-25
Cleveland Cloudy 39-25
Des Moines .... PtCldy 50-30
Detroit ........PtCldy 33-18
Indianapolis PtCldy 44-26
Kansas City ... PtCldy 54-35 M pl s.-St. Paul .PtCldy 33-18, R
Onrih't ,ty.......PtCJri^ 60-32 Akcrs, 1416 Oakland road NE;
Sv n.ii. ptciriv 45 25 Z Pierce, Springville;
Sloux Fa,ls PtCldy 4 [each fined $10 and costs.
Drive left of center line — Julie Mease, 1323 Twentieth avenue SW; fined $25 and costs. Ronald Lane, 711 G avenue NW; fined $15 and costs.
Hearing Closed In Murder Case
The accused .slayers of two Cedar Rapids teenagers ap-
How To Get a Headache from Radar Session
Sheriff Walter Grant was
Search for Missing Boy s Resumed
'Hic Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Mar. 25. 1971
najiistrate's court for a pri-limi-lra(lar machine Sunday night,I f,'ire department crews Mon-1 nu™,un* »; sw died uncxncctcdlv
lary hearing which was closed but ended up with a headache ^rau^,"^7h^v^^iCtaW*Ce Kl,ne and “.Munday.
........ from u kirk in lim head inxtnad I a ions lr h. Illy OI d 12 ■ fftrmnr fWItir l?ynid« rovirlnnf n________i... 01 tnnn ... ii,ti
Florentine Kline, 67, wife of
peered Monday afternoon in scheduled to learn about a new rn
to news reporters.. from a kick in the head instead. Wl « l4’j former Cedar Rapids resident,
Atwell Junior Conner, of near Held in connection with the ^ . died March 19 in Portland, Ore.
Loo A. Lillis
Leo A. Lillis, 65, of 820 Fifth
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Bertram, and George Nowlin, kick was William I) Everts, 35,1 J; d*0’
Born Jan. 31, 1909. at Williamsburg, he had lived in
31 of rural Keystone appeared* of Linn Junction. He also is Iwo department boats [sept. 21,
withthiur attorneys jcharged with another assault «raggnd the area near-the Sec-
wiiii tileji ciiitti ntya. ti j avenue bnf ce and conduct- .
land other crimes
Grant said he and a deputy
The pair is accused of mur dering and robbing Michael Servey, 18, and raping and murdering Maureen Connolly,
17, on Marc h IO.
The pair is being held in the!east °f ^ r°y Mills.
Linn county jail on $325,000 bond 1 Since the sheriff’s car was the cach. (closest to the scene, the sheriff
ond avenue bridge, and conduct- .)( port)and ed a surface search farther1
She was born in Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids since 1942 and EWG- was married to Clare Spratt at
Services and burial were Fri- Holbrook July ll, 1936. He was a
member of St. Patrick’s Catho-
idownstream in the Cedar river! Amon« survivors is a sister,j iic chuch and the Knights of were in the sheriff s county ear unA cm hi Mrs. LG. Burns, 2926 C avenue Columbus and was employed
When a radio dispatch Indicated for ^ °' Terry elms Lg 7. Ana"!!
there was a drunk in a farmyard|son of Mr- and Mrs- Hu3scl1
Helms, 143 Twenty-ninth avenue i SW
Use of a helicopter for the surface search seemed unlikely
On motion of the defense dr°v® to the farm. However, the mummy
rn motion or anenst., marshal ani there fir*.! Monday morning because of
Anthony Scolaro, associate Coggon marsnai got there Hrs! . - , - . ..
indue ordered Ihe he:,rim, and put Everts in his car toI*™1* wmd3 J.". 'J* I™- "re
Two sheriffs deputies were allowed to remain to guard the prisoners.
hcnnng ^enfrs arnval. department officials said.
While waiting Everts allegedly! Hflms fell from a rope tied to
Two Charges Are Filed in Fatal Crash
bv B. L. Anderson Construction
In addition to his wife he is survived by three sons, Ceroid, Rockford, III., Emmet, San Francisco, and Frank, Cedar Rapids; two sisters, Mrs. Roland Naughton and Mrs. Bill Travis, both of Cedar Rapids; two brothers, Wilfred, Parnell,
Istruck Marshal Lumir Havlik's'hc. railing of tho First avenue Two charges were filed ... , . WHIiamsbura and
Lucille, in (he shoulders:bridge and disappeared down- magistrate* court Monday J*™ ^^driLhfrr
Services: St. Patrick’s church, Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. by the Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Rosary:
ii'and back with his fists An as-!stream He and a companion against the driver of a truck in-The defense also asked all.-md back with Mats. An as for pigeon v*)ved jn an accldcnt which
witnesses testifying in the pre- 3;,“i' “"I. !)aUery charsc WilS under Ihe bridge, liminary hearing or in later I,,ca Ior Inai-court proceedings not be a1- Restrained
lowed to sit in the courtroom until called to testify Judge Scolaro granted the request and cautioned the witnesses not to discuss their testimony among themselves.
killed a Cedar Rapids motor-The companion stood on the ; cychst Thursday, bridge while Helms tried to Ronald L. Randall, 34, of 2706
.. . 54 .5,947 6.018
Grassley Hits UPI Reporters Boycott by Solons
DES MOINES (UPI) - A vol-cran Iowa legislator said Monday the decision by some of his colleagues in refusing to talk with UPI reporters during the current strike against the news agency bye the Wire Service Guild was a “dangerous step” toward denying Iowans access to information.
Rep. Charles Grassley IR-New Hartford* said he was “appalled” to learn of a letter circulated by seven Democrats last Friday asking state iaw-nue NE; each fined $10 and!makers to boycott UPI and refuse to talk with UPI reporters.
“I believe one of the UPI statehouse reporters is a nonunion journalist and the boycott obviously was aimed at him,” said Grassley, chairman of the house appropriations committee. He made the comments in a statement circulated to the le
I Driver’s license violation —
John Curtis, Prairie Creek trailer court; fined $20 and costs. Joseph Brooks. McGregor; Robert Wolfe, 1524 A ave-
equipment — Paul Springville; Wendy
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The sheriff said Everts was I reach the bridge supports, restrained with handcuffs, but! Helms’ father and friends that as he was driving him to (began dragging operations Sat-jail, the suspect got his feet into urday morning after fire depart-the air and kicked the sheriff in ment officials determined it was (his vehicle, and having faulty the back of the head. too cold to work. Dragging was jjrakes.
Grant said a city charge resumed Sunday by fire depart- Randall was the driver of a of assaulting an officer will be (ment officials, however
filed for that since it happened -
at Collins road and C avenue NE
Seely avenue SE, was charged.™?*?* a! ,7 hp m ,by th* by Iowa highway patrol officers;Kn"?h!s °f<'°'umba3 a"dat *;» with carrying 9,000 pounds over p m -v , f. J! Laughlin the the allowable gross weight for Parlsb and the National Catholic
Society of Foresters at Teahen chapel, where friends may call after I p.m. Tuesday.
Gilmor A. Carlson
- | , and no state statute deals with
dcntial bid. The report showed assau|( 0„ an o(fjcor
the funds came from Associated Milk Producers Inc. Mills said he was unaware that corporate funds were used, which is illegal.
The sheriff said Everts also kicked the antenna of the radar unit and that a charge is pending for that. Everts also has been charged with intoxication Senator Howard Baker IR* in a public place.
Tenn.) said certain aspects of nu- .. .
alleged CIA involvement in the "(‘!d ,n ,,al‘
Watergate cover-up require fur- He was held in the county jail thcr inquiry. Monday pending arraignment.
Rep. Tom Kailshi.ck (K ill.) !>e, wa3 (reated at a hosPi,al said there is a “real likelihood" I J”re , n^ !; ,n f0 I thai Nixon could be impeached sulfered mjunrs during a scuf-
if he delays the impeachment fle*ah'ha^ar3hf • GIant “!d-process. Railsback said in an in-1 sheriff said the Everts in-
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each additional hour. The rate is now 15 cents per hour.
The parking lot rate changes won’t go into effect until April I.
Ticket changes were originally scheduled to go into effect then, too, but the date was moved up to Tuesday
truck which struck a motorcycle
driven by Rick G. Lemon. 17, of n.. . n
2227 Shady Oaks court NE, at T ll f , ' ' ‘ 1629
|.-„riv-,,.,nn,l street and I 'epic iT“'th street SE, died Saturday
after a long illness.
Forty-second street and Center Point road NE.
Lemon suffered massive head . . . . , .. . . .
injuries and was killed instantly
Born March 16, 1907, in Ben
in the crash.
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his life in Cedar Rapids. Mr. Carlson was a retired signal maintenance man for the North Western railroad.
On Aug. 22, 1935, he was married to the former Helen T.
jceived in 1972 - up 5 percent Gessner, who survives. Also
from this month. surviving are a son, Joseph VV.,
Sunday was the first one since Rock Island; two daughters,
because the city has nearly j January that gas stations were Mrs. Theodore Pospisil and
exhausted its supply of the < permitted to remain open and Mrs. Darwin Busch, both of
old, 25-cent tickets. Simon said this — coupled with Marion; three brothers, Elmer,
... ...... Safety Commissioner James ending of the embargo —Watkins, Merle, Vinton, and
terview with the Chicago Tri-ic*de,lf vyas (third one he was Steinbeck Monday urged mo- might ju|i somc Americans into Clair, Cedar Falls; three sis-
bune that if the impeachment inv^cd *n during the evening torists to continue to use the minimizing the depth of the en- tors, Amelia Duferne, Vinton,
process was delayed beyond the and Jhat hue dld not ^ct a chance ticket drop boxes to pay their
ergy shortage. Leona Daneluis, Minneapolis,
November elections “there i°icarn about the radar. fines ii they are unable to pay -p^e U. S., he said, had dem- and Madaline Zipp, Ottumwa;
would be a real likelihood thai The other incidents involved a within an hour. the President would be im-icar whose hghts were not work- However, he stressed that peached ... I think there’s still and a t1}311 w^° was driving | no tickets in the drop boxes a serious question as to whether erratically because he was too! which contain only 25 cents
the President would be convict-
tired. | will be accepted. They will be
od by the two-thirds necessary! The fust cai was escorted to returned to the motorist with in the senate. But my feeling is I Hiawatha and the man in tho a notification that he still that he would be impeached.” second car was advised to stop owes 75 cents, and if the full Rep. Charles Wiggins (R- for some coffee. fine isn t paid within [ive
Calif.); a member of the house
Lot of Fat”
judiciary committee has proposed that Vice-president Ford and House Speaker Carl Albert be assigned to study 42 White House tapes sought for the committee’s impeachment inquiry.
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Cedar Rapids, a firm owned by local interests.
The company proposes provid-
days, he will owe $5.
The only way to get by with paying only 25 cents, he repeated, is to pay the ticket at the office within one hour of the time it is issued.
Total normal year
on cm Permit unauthorized person. ... . , , .
89.59'to drive — Edward Koehn, 1919 g»slators and members of the
Total to date ......
Through March 24, 1973
Percent of normal year ______________________
... .6,631 j chandler street SW; fined $20 j press.
and costs. Gary Cooper, 1255 j Grasslev said the seven Dem-: |Derats wore "asking that we
Meter violation — Michael (keep readers and radio-TV lis-J a g i e I s k i, 1325 Fourteenth j teners who rely upon UPI for in-costs**' Marion: lincd and formation about the general assembly from knowing what’s Iowa Deaths going on. Will their next step be
Decorah — Ben Manning, 80 (a news blackout?”
I Sci vices were Monday at IO at ( “It smacks of the most crass
Cedar at C R. (13) 5.07. fa.l 'V Decorah - Nora Haugen. 87Jtype of hooliganism,” he said
(Flood stages in brackets)
Lacrosse (12) 5.2. rise .1 Lansing (18) 8.0, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 13.6, fall l l McGregor (18) 7.4. fall 4 Guttenberg (15) 5.6, fall .5 Dubuque (17) 8.6, missing Davenport (15) 7.3. fall .8 Keokuk (16) 6.9, fall l l
Se na ter John Tower (R-
Texas) long a supporter oMng the four stations now re-President Nixon, says evidence ceived locally, plus two indepcn-exists to exonerate the Pres-iden^
onstrated it could conserve fuel nine grandchildren I and had avoided the school clos- stepgrandchildren. ings, industrial shutdowns and Services: Tuesday at IO a.m. ieconomic slump that some had in Immaculate Conception predicted last fall. church by the Rev. Richard J.
Hess. Burial: St. Michael’s cemetery, Norway. Father Hess will “We have a lot of fat, a lot of recite the Rosary Monday at 7 waste, in our consumption in p m. at the Stewart funeral this country and with the mar- home, where friends may call.
velous cooperation of the Ameri- _ -
can people and conservation ef- Milo VV. Koutny forts we showed we can lick this Milo W. Koutny, 63, a resident thing and we did lick it with of Cedar Rapids before moving minimal economic impact,” to Sanibel Island, Fla., died Simon said. there Sunday following a sudden
Administration sources have illness. said President Nixon intends to Born Jan. 23, 1911, at Urbana, (name Simon treasury secretary he was married to Marie Milota
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tations from Chicago.I*1*01’ would be likely to reveal when George Shultz steps down Oct. 22, 1932, at Nashua, Mr. ident but, despite*'pleas’ by the I Channels will also be provided Vescrfs contribution; that Don- in May. Asked about this, Simon Koutny was a member of As-
Republican leadership he re- f°r public access, municipal a*d Nixon, jr., the President’s said: bury United Methodist church
fuses to release it access, educational access,1 nephew, was involved with Ves- “I have not been asked by and the IOOF.
He said Nixon is refusing to weather, news, sports, stock ^ and that Edward Nlxon- lhe President Nixon to become sec- In addition to his wife, he is
release the material because of his “jealousy of the institution of the presidency.” But Tower said “the leadership collectively has urged it.”
Pool level Monday
Births — St
f‘lll|Scr^U^Wednc^ay‘7r2rFirst! Grassley said he would con-Lutheran. Stcine’s. tinue to talk with UPI reporters
Decorah — Emelia Dahlcn, and added: “We need more
670.51 69. Services were Monday at 2,,frcedom; not less. We need tGlenwood Lutheran church. I ’ . , .. ,
I ukc'r I Stcine’s. more unbiased, unfettered news
Decorah Marvin Sande, 77. reports; not less. All I can say
To the families j Stone’s
Out of Town Births
of Raymond Pena, 1519 Ninth street SW, a daughter; Edwin L. Morris, 1770 Sixteenth street, Marion, a daughter;
Dennis J. lings, 4432 Benton
Harold! D. Fort Atkinson Teresa
belander, 3801) Pine Tree Kruse, 75. Services Tuesday at drive NE, a son. I lo, St. John's church. Rosary
Monday at 8, Chekal’s. lion ma—Archie Thorn)
At Amsterdam. Holland 76. Services Wednesday at
To Mr. and Mrs. Charles But- 1:30 St. Paul’s Lutheran tor, a son March 24. Mrs. Butler j chut ch. Friends may call at is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schultz’ after 9 a m. Tuesday. Harold Donohoe, 3813 Dale- Independence - John P. wood avenue SE. Shannon, 84. Services Wedncs-
, , . (day at 10:30. St. John’s Catho-
Doreen Griffin and
Ross, both of Marion. ---------, A at ,
( alison, Leslie, Mich., and Hest I nlon Lam Hugh Smith, Cedar Rapids.
in closing is shame on the writ-
GuS.vl"tK!To:|of the letter. To deny a re-Morgan's. Friends who wish Perter the right to collect the may make memorial contribu- news is a dangerous step.”
tions to the Heart Fund. 1 -___
C.R. Man Fined on
Drunk Driving Charge
Paul Bennett, 931 Old Marion road NE, pled guilty in magis-i
markets and PM radio.
In communities where cable television is available, those residents who want the service pay an installation fee and a monthly charge. Those who do not want the service pay nothing and continue to receive the local stations as they have in the past.
President’s brother, also was retary of the treasury. I consid- survived by a daughter, Mrs.
cr the job that I have . . . one of Raymond Veeerka, and a son, the most important in the Donald, both of Cedar Rapids; a
connected with the case.
‘ Die whole thing is something we don’t need before election.’ Dean quoted Mitchell.
Testimony has indicated that Vesco and his aides took the, Fifth Amendment before the SEC.
The contribution was not
country if not in the world.”
Burglaries Net SI,IOO in C.R.
Cedar Rapids police are in
brother, Frank. Center Point; four sisters, Mrs. Jesse Dvorak and Mrs. Frank Dvorak, both of Walker, Mrs. Charles Krejci, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Jewel Andrus. Clinton and seven grandchildren.
Services; Turner chapel west
The referendum was endorsed made pub,ic unU1 after thc SEC vestigating several burglaries at at a time to be announced
Rep. DeJong Holds Seat Illegally: Demo Chairman
trate’s court to a charge of Recently by the Linn County- a cjvjj frau(j acqjcn ggginst residences over the weekend drunk driving and was fined Property Taxpayers Assn. be- Vesco Nov. 27, 1972. which netted thieves cash and
$300 and costs, given a 60-day cause it feels the broadened tax i)ean sai(\ st ans had fold him goods worth over $1,100. . nth cU; ^ a
suspended jail sentence and or- base and the percentage fee the jn |a(e october that he was con- Eugene Robertson, 2315 Six- *. , cnueaw, cued
cerned about tho Vesco cont*;tenth street NW. reported f*r
bution because Common Cause j someone entered his home; ’ * ’
had filed suit demanding re-1 through a bedroom window and had lived^ rn Cedar Rapids most
celation of all large donations j broke into his safe using tools
to thc Nixon campaign before I found in his den.
April 7. thc effective date of a; Thieves escaped with items
aw requiring contributions to valued at $615. including a scan-,
dercd to attend thc school for company would pay to the city drunk drivers at Kirkwood Com- could reduce taxes, munity college.
He was arrested Jan. 13.
East Side Band Roundup Tuesday
Harry L. Miller
Harry Laverne Miller, 73. of
his life. He was a retired truck driver and a member of the Teamsters union and St. Paul’s United Methodist church.
By Harrison Weber
DES MOINES (IDRA) - Dem-
abdicated his representative seat and has bet raved his con-
More than 350 elementary and be reported. ning monitor, a .22 revolver, ai ^reiving are three grand-
secondary students will partied Dean said Stans told him the .38 antique revolver, silver (children ; Hve great-
pate in the East Side Band Vesco contribution was design-coins, old pennies, two hunting &randc^dren: three brothers, Roundup Tuesday at 7:30 p m s attn! only by the initials “JM.” knives and an intercom. ,Forrest, Lang Beach, Calif.,
in Washington gymnasium. j Stans said he was concerned! Richard Larson. 417 Twentieth Peter, Monticello, and Nevins,
____...... Appearing on the program about the date thc money ar-1 street SE, told police thieves en- ^°t°n-
ocratic State Chairman Tom sHtucncy^ by filing an alfidavit wj]j b(, (|ie Washington high rived. It was delivered April IO. tered his home Sunday night Services. Teahen chapel at I
and stole three watches worth P,m Wednesday by the Rev $80. pearl earrings w orth $35.1 Glenn McMichael of St. Paul s emerald earrings worth $20, and church. Burial. Ccd*r Memori-
. . .j;:.'ocrauc Male (nairman lorn . - •’ . v asuiu^iun mgu
SCS Sic Church Rosar> XeJdav at Whitney charged Monday thai 0 tand.dacy with the secretary,schoo) band, directed by Rich. Richard 3 «»d wake* service Tuesday at Russell DeJong, Republican of state dr .an.oth^r e8»Hative ;ird Beckley; the Franklin jun-Marsha!8:30 at Mason-Hawe. state representative from the S(’at ,n w",ch ne declares that lor band, directed by Don
he now resides in Des Moines.
11:44 a in. Saturday. CiittiiiR torch to .junk car at 509 .1 avenue NW
11:48 a.rn SdU’dav. Defective dryer a 1 I K mr ‘ii avenue SE.
19. Services Tuesday at 2, Pres-lr" r,'l»resenlative district, is byterian church. Burnham and illegally holding his seat in the Milligan Seat
Wv!i!ton - Laura I I nee 7« lowa Ie«islature, . DeJong is seeking the iowa
Services Tuesday at" 2, Camp- 1 d‘s^r*ct containsjsenate scat presently held by
bell’s Burial in Oak Wood cern- parts of Jasper, Mahaska,! George Milligan (R-Des
Marion and Poweshiek counties. Moines), who is seeking the
Olson; the McKinley junior high (Continued from Page I.) band, directed by Robert Sadi- investigations in addition lek; and the East Side eiementa- those by the grand jury, was taken Sunday morning from thc ry band, directed by Gene Per- followed by a walkout by police Gene R. McHugh residence at
a $25 pearl ring. to Police said $80
in cash was
call at 224 Tenth street NW.
Oxford Junction — Manfred V. Po we I k a , 76. Services, i Wednesday at IO, Hayloek-Nefdlesfc O’Hara, Maquoketa, where:
, I,*, • posed of 5 students from I
GOF nomination for United ... .. ,, ,,
..... bur, Erskme. Garfield, (ira
States senator. \ . . * n
'Wood, Johnson. Mnnrrui Pn
elementary band is comprint
7:29 p.m. Saturday. Needless luesday. |J0 r(.fUSf
Mil al C sire, I dump SW. < Irnm.nl Diana Lee,
, .. Wolfs, 26. Services Tuesday at|,,,,UM Ml
. 1o v!l "-V !U; ’cur ’ * 2, Stavanger Lutheran church.'('lure his
Admission is $1.25 for adults and 75 cents for students.
Whitney called upon DeJong, Whitney said DeJong s action 0 ,
friends may call a Gee 2 pm (to stand aside and stated that if (js jn “clear violation of jowa N(lu;,w Cleek and I >k‘r school
■ r j a J il i_ _ I Arlmiocinn ic 41 fnr ;idii'
efused to do so, the Iowa law.
should immediately de- whitney stated he was t .» oiwi r'lii/.. (iriur sw i*" v....v ...,x legislative seat vacant(shocked at tile blatant insensi-
, n I Ossian. Schutte’s, Postville. and demand that Gov. Robert tivities of DeJong toward the
2:19 a ni. Sunday. Overheated Postville — XII *11 J Heck- t, • i i . r n wwung mw.nu tut
oven at 1852 A avenue NE, apt.!nuinn 2 > Services Wednesday(,tay ca,, a SPCClal elect,on to f,lli citizens of the 70th 2. I ut ii, st. Paul Lutheran church, the position until the next genor- tative district.
2:50 p m. Sunday. Assist po-]Schutte’s. al election. DeJong was not available
Whitney said that DeJong has comment.
YEARS AGO - It was ______’ ___________
30 YEARS AGO
lice on invcstiaation
Third avenue SW.
4:57 pm. Sunday. Mistaken alarm at 1031 Tenth avenue; disclosed Nazi lorces recaptured SE. (one-quarter of the Italian town
7 22 p m. Sunday. Unknown 0r Cassino
to hrush at rear of 1125 Wilson | “3BIUU'
8:31 pm. Sunday. Overheat-cd llreplacc at 335 Eastland drive SE.
!»4ii p.m. Sunday. Broken
sprinkler line at 308 Twenty-ninth street SE.
6 21 a.in. Munday. Faulty
sprinkler at Third .street and Sixteenth avenue SE.
were not change.
The ordinance was requested A Kus- by Special Prosecutor Garry represen- sum dispatch reported “the Gor- Woodward, who in light of thc mans have been pushed back to police reaction has indicated it for tho border where the war start- will be of little value in the <hI.’ grand jury probe.
a1. Friends may call at Teahen chapel after I p m. Tuesday.
for part of a day. 618 Eighth street NW Hall, Willie C. — IO a rn.
Ordinance Changed Trcva Klam-can.. W A Rev* John °m!
The ordinance was chanced in ’ ssid 3 bank containing $J00. Gregory, Burial! Cedar Memo-a nicht nicotine of the council in coins was ,aken from her rial. Arrangements by Cedar
during tho walkout. Although aP“' "S'K' Turner
police went back to work, they p1 tus vv*10 enlt,(d thiough Uh cbapCj Wl.sl al noon Tuesday by with tho ^,on* do()l’ die Rev. Dale Batcheler.
------ Burial: Linwood cemetery.
Why take our word that want Friends may call at Turner
ads work? Try one
Call 398-8234. 'the service
if west until 11:30 Tuesday. The y casket will not be opened after
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John B. Turner & Son
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Serving all faiths since 1888.
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