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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Cedar Rapids, IowaCedar rapids Gazette the weather Iowa deaths 55 perish episcopalians avoid Flat in wedding denunciation of Viet War party fire solved. Hgt need involve Vinton a Myron Inman. 6 Fry and Holland. By Ken Sullivan. Delegates to the 116th annual Vijayawada India up convention of the episcopal Diodat least 55 people most of Cese 0f Iowa today avoided a Winthrop a Georee x. Reed th8� died in Hames and Flat denunciation of the moral 78. Services sunday at 2, con-lpan1 Friday when wedding Ity 0f the american govern a relational Church. Fawcett a. I guests overturned a gasoline merits position on the War in Oelwein mrs. Earl Schneid lamp which set fire to a Coconut i Vietnam or. Belias Wright Fayette. Ileal enclosure built for thei to pah the hip path nver Fayette Emma Huggins. 67., ceremony. Whelming by approved a resold High temperatures Friday Low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation Atlanta 7? 42 Miami 77 72 .52 8ismarck 48 32 .63 min Apolis 62 46 Chicago 55 4$ n. Orleans 83 72 Denver 58 31 new York 75 54 Duluth 46 46 Phoenix 8? 5? Houston 74 65 5.89 Seattle 46 48 l.an9eles 68 59 Washington 84 62 c. R. Weather High Friday. 66 Bellas Wright Low overnight 48 Oelwein a Fred Coob 85.1 hospitalized with Burns most of noon saturday. 63 Keran a a a so a. Brant s. 1 them Serif us in addition to the two percent i provision the recommendations dealt with i the present followed a Brief l. Awareness by Church Mem which one Derlega terbers to crisis situations exist by Carl Hartman called attention to the current in a a a in a Owa peace efforts being made in 2 Faroe Larity wry groups within communities by an sex the alternative res o 1 u t i o n Chanke of pulpits or visitations. Took into account the Paris peace talks scheduled to he 3 involvement in the needs of a a of North Viets going in for smiles in Paris pm. Mechanicsville Grace none Hempy 83. Services monday at escape total for May. 0.66 2. Methodist Church. Horner s. A Wall. Formal for May. 3.59 Delhi a Nieman Maurer 57. Guests surging Forward for a Normal through Mav 11.40 Gill Bohnenkamp in Man Chest closer look at the couple broke total for 19687.33 or. The lamp. I barometer falling29.95 a to Vav a monday fat i Ames Flora the marriage humidity at noon 67%. United Church of leaped to other tents in the j friends May Call at sheets and enclosure. Many were fatally Gazette weather station a t son amp pet 9 sunday. Memorial j trampled in the Stampede for Gazette Featner station m contributions can be made to Ovit Church my excl Kalona Mary e. Hershberg i a engine sped to the scene or 88. Services monday at 10. I it its Crew was unable to fight mennonite Church. Yoder s. Ithe fire. Vijayawada has been Coggon a Victor Williams Pishori of water in the 115-degree 69. Services monday a 10, Zion heat which has scorched the the Bride and bridegroom by leaping Over the at 2 seat 12 . Sun rises sunday 6 50 Sun sets 8 17 Moon sets 9 06. Year ago today High. 58 Low 53 rainfall none. Fires presbyterian Church. Graveside 2 01 . Friday. Sparks from services monday at 2. Postville engine to building materials on cemetery. Masonic services a Flat in the Rock Island sunday at 8, Murdoch a Railroad Yards. Sunday at 8,. _ Manchester Nieman maurer.1 my n Frap of 57. Delhi. Services monday at2. St. Paul s lutheran Church in vote Rol Sass Delaware. Gill Bohnenkamp. Rose Henderson City briefs Litch 26, who is on r the work release program in be j a a mrs. Harry e. Henderson. 75, Mower stolen a $400 Power Dar rapids from Anamosa h to v6 t i i i q of 3223 Mansfield Avenue be Riding Mower was stolen from a men s reformatory was arrest a died Friday following a Long ill the a Sortore co. Let 931 Blairs de saturday and charged with a delegates to the 116th annual no a. Ohp had open a Fedar ran ferry Road be thursday or larceny. He was serving time convention of the Iowa diocese a n Friday police said. Ion a Blackhawk county larceny a of the episcopal Church Friday ids resident 42 years. Born oct. A charge. A afternoon gave preliminary a 13, 1892, at Poweshiek City she remember Mother with detectives said Litch an pm a Proval to plans for a change in was married to Harry e. Hen tropical plants and Flowers from ply be of the killians shoe re-1 the Structure of the state level Derson May 29. 1954. At Ana Piersons your Ltd Florist. 1800 pair store gave a girl Friend Church administration. Ellis blvd. . Several dresses that were there the 400 laymen and clergy j and a duty to speak against this i rapids for Zipper repair thursday. Meeting at the Roosevelt hotel a kind of inequitable diocesan in people were Tion committing the diocese to. Wholehearted support of the current peace conference in Paris and of a the dedicated men working to bring about peace. The original Resolution outlined seven conditions which must be met before Christian participation in War is allowable then Only when it is the least evil alternative. It was pointed out that a it is Clear to Many that the participation of the United states in the. War in Vietnam is not justifiable on several of these . The action to table the Resolution thus avoiding a firm statement of policy at least for a a a episcopalians vote changes area for a week. A meeting and Only reporters a a if rom communist newspapers Paris apis North Vietnam s anti agencies were admitted delegation to the preliminary a 5 peace talks has launched a French arrangements friendliness offensive since it the fax sure 0f the North Viet arrived in Paris but with Only namese to follow up their first limited Succes. After the move to table had Ivity Vii and a agendas spearheading the drive to win. Friends is the delegation chief measure is a out Obstet with including far h0us�n8 Xuan Thuya a Short Bald m8n Christian 4 making Church facilities Defeated a available for crisis programs. �5. Encouraging Church people a second militarily oriented a t0 make jobs available Especial Resolution there were three in All would have urged Congress to a seriously consider alternative Means of providing for military manpower requirements a other than through military conscription. This measure was Defeated. By during summer months. 6. Mobilization of Church members for personal involvement in help to education recreation or other needed social services. A 7. Provision of a scholarship one opponent to the resold or a child at Camp this sum faces larceny Tion told the delegation a a in a not sure we should go on record As supporting continued disrespect for Law on our campuses. I also would like to have the Law changed but it is not the Best Way to shrug it off in a letter to the president saying a lets do the proposed Resolution contended a there Are fairer and More equitable 1 Mer by each Church or Mission. 8. Provision by each Parish or Mission of a $250 scholarship for a person to attend an area vocational school who cannot attend because of indigence. 9. Responsibility in handling of disorders seeing that order is kept fairly. 10. Continuation of the crisis committee to administer the crisis fund. Of 55 with a conservative taste in clothes and a reputation As a Veteran revolutionary. He got a warm Welcome at Lebourget Airport even though the crowd had to wait three hours for his plane. The first thing people noticed about him at the Airport was Thuya a perpetual smile. Never came off it never came off not even Success in Public relations May have been due in part to arrangements made for them by the French government. The vietnamese did not say so in Public but they were reported dissatisfied with the setup. The u. S. Delegation is lavishly housed in the hotel Crillion where . Delegations traditionally stay. It is next to the u. S. Embassy. A big lounge with magnificent Crystal chandeliers has been turned into a press room where spokesmen Are available Day and night. The vietnamese Are at the when the crowd threatened Toj Lutetia. A comfortable but far crush his ribs As they pressed from luxurious hotel on the left into the main waiting room. The smile was still there next Bank of the Seine. It is More than half a mile from the office Day when Thuy and his aides a of the North vietnamese Diplo had to push their Way Down the j Matic Mission Steps in front of the foreign min no press room has yet been is try. A set up at the Lutetia whether foreign minister Couve de by French omission or Vietnam Murville watched apprehensive Mese request is not known. By from the door. A Thuy smiles even when he a proponent of the plan argued in a losing cause that current conscription Laws Are a wasteful of both manpower and tax Money and it bears heaviest on those we consider he said the Law it was emphasized that the a f13 a that he won t answer questions recommendation dealing with i the $250 scholarship proposal is a recommendation Only not an obligation. The following persons were elected to diocesan commit tees provides outlets for those who i a standing committee the Rev. Can afford to take advantage of a Jack Wolter. Davenport and them. A the Church has a right a mrs. Kenneth Bogaard Cedar in when a i f vietnamese a Man meld Tot drunk driving 34. Of 814 was being Bizek so Mosa. Mrs her of Henderson was a Mem John Wiley son of police said the girl took them approved by voice vote a com a he said. Council to h e Franklin Klohn Mason revs. City the Cedar chapter1 honoured a Jum Quot a key son of of the order of the Eastern Star. I a and mrs. John Wiley of to Armstrong a to have the i Mizee s plan to employ five a an amendment soft ened the Thomas Hulme Cedar rapids the Gethsemane chapter of the a a has been in tinted into Phil pers. A a cd since the directors to administer dioceses stance on the third of and Gordon Roberts. Clinton White shrine the vow Auxilio a a a a Nora Ryt Atay Ltd Alia Quot Eisl a Church pro rams a the military slanted resolutions and Paul Neuhauser. Iowa City previously the Church had with adoption being won 152-�poss Sidney Des Moines and it Pic used a system of appointed Lay a 119 among the delegates who mrs. John Christiansen. Durant. A after a bit the helpfulness began a authorities said men to assist the Bishop in noted. Directors of the episcopal Ary the eagles auxiliary and the Royal neighbors. Surviving Are her husband a the american Institute business at Des Moines. Of was made and it was Learned j the dresses had been stolen. Saturday the girl returned to he is known to speak excellent French. Donald b. Aides distributed plentiful cop Thi. Ies of his arrival statement plus. A capsule biography. The Biog a e i a in county jail Raphy said he was born a into a saturday on a charge of drunk family of patriots on the out driving skirts of Bizek was arrested Friday can to answer n get by the Iowa Highway ,. Patrol at the intersection of later there was a Multi copied highways l and 30 in it. Vernon English translation of both texts. When he was observed driving in this kind of press Gentry is an erratic manner highly unusual among repro i authorities said when the Sente Tives of communist govern patrolman pulled him Over he stopped and then backed up into ments. The friendliness remained but in a ,. ,.a the patrol . There was Little Armstrong s to pick up a a a ing out Church programs. I dresses. She was detained by i a a employees for police. A the committee report objectors corporation a the very Rev. I a Viniam Swift. Davenport Wes mesh spokesman. But he proved a a off a count against the Resolution had urged that inv Jwj apr rllr1intrt�?zn. I pm up incapable of answering the most son. Thomas Kendall of Cedar a buy Silver to pick up the rapids four daughters. Mrs. William and mrs. Emp Yeser Ponce noved Frida was presented by a be �?o1�?o �?o2zt�?Tley Swiler Burlington Leslie Roger Ackley both of Tucson. Open House Irene s nursing told police i cd told or Frederick Kramer of my f p to Hawkins Mason City and mrs. I Judi a a Ariz. Mrs. Elza Yates of be Home Sun. May 12. 2 to 4 she Cou d have the dress Newton r it t . Of Reilly. Des Moines. I a Thuy 848 2nd ave see adv cause they were going to be Eveton i conscientious objectors to All War a a thrown away. Litch was then directors a in the Laws. And their and j arrested and booked in the City carried out. The program ministration. Find an amiable North Vietnam Dar rapids and mrs. Jack Baldwin of Park Forest. 111. Two Sisters mrs. Charles Francis routine questions such As what was to meet Parker Job a or. Clyde e dark a of Des Moines and mrs. Myrtle a Parker formerly of g e Whelchel of Pilot Mound and a rapids has been named Educa i two granddaughters and eight tonal consultant for a Chicago Philippa Bevans great grandchildren. A architectural firm orput orput actress la memorial services 1 . Mon-1 associates effective july la. Day at the Chapel of memories i when he retires As superin a new York up j will include hiring of lowing five directors the company thrown out Couve Nashville a a charge de Murville. Against a Detroit trucking firm after the first session Between 0f conspiring with former team. F a Dodge Robert Gilliam Cedar a Reniese natives Friday an of sters president James r. Hoffa Fol however a Section of the a a representatives Renaay. A spokes. Resolution was deleted which fails g�i1�?T.1,1s,0uxman was pleasant As Ever and was dismissed thurs May by . Court for trial of a Clergyman the revs. John Taylor it. A and North vietnamese by or. Arnold t. Herbst of st. A pendent of the Niles township a a Bevans. 55. A Paul a methodist Church. Burial a High schools Cedar memorial his friends May Call at the Cedar a Quet from Cedar rapids were she appeared on Broadway memorial funeral Home after 10�the Joseph Halls Harold last year with Paul Ford in . Sunday and at the Chapel j Millhiser John Donnelly and a what did we do wrong a. One of memories after 9 . Mon Gale Millers. Of her most notable appearances on Broadway was As mrs. North of Chicago actress on Broadway and in would supervise training and to or Litany service who do not a Tendorf in est had is retirement ban films died Friday. Re Gigious education of clergy a do so on religious grounds and Beer. Des mines. Or Dan porters it had two 7edar ran Iris were she am eared on Broadway foam Horn he Leyerer Amny i to those who object to Partick a Egbert it. Dodge or. William Teets it was held Day. The casket will not be a opened after the service. The worship at fair Oaks family suggests that friends a congregational Church sunday May if they wish donate to the j take f ave. New to 18th st. To cancer fund. I Apache Trail and Stop at 1243. Sermon a an ancient poor Richard. Time 10 30.�?adv. Lumir Trachta Lumir j. Trachta 64. Of 2936 j Dale Wood Avenue be died at his j Home Early saturday after a Long illness. Born in cedar1 rapids Jan. 2. 1904. He was m a Matic roles on television. Eight injured in five . Traffic accidents. 4 t cad icily Rollin keys. Marshalltown Jeven bad some information .but1 District judge William Miller. A director of diocesan admin convention urges the and Marlin Whitmer Deport. A he explained he had t attended commercial was accused of do a or a Nance of ties Congress a a or c1.�rcb� As he Felting. Conspiring m give a Philip pm consideration to recognition of Sembly a the revs. Roberts. The chief spokesman Nguyen him trucking business through character a or tar of education who those who object in conscience a Clinton and Alfred Malone. Bet a than be. Held a briefing. But test Fleet corp. Which the a. N Arthur Case from the viewpoint of most re government contended was a major de Dummy company. Test Fleet object to Partick Togert n. Usage or. Viniam a Secis u was Neia before the was headed by Hoffa a wife. A Mckibben Grinnell. And Frankj Wichael. slut on As adopted deputies to provincial Synod did a declare sympathetic sup a the revs. James Gundrum port of the conscientious Posi a Cedar rapids Pau Davis Des Tion of All its episcopal Dio j Moines Robert Holzhammer a Iowa City Robert Kem Des a Moines and James Postel. Ottumwa the very Rev. Swift. Davenport and Ross Sidney again a speaker arose to de Des Moines Clark Caldwell Clare a i hate to see the Dio a Iowa City Wayne Fox West. Cese support disrespect for the Des Moines William Talbot development to study needs for aws we to a on record Keokuk Jay Horning. Des teachers Lay leaders Camps and conferences. A director for life and work to supervise social services for the aged alcoholics minority Pearce the housekeeper in groups migrant workers and a my fair lady a role she others. Originated and played for More a director of Parish services than two years. J to Deal with such things As she also appeared in dra-1 clergy recruitment placement Lar wars. Cases a members and More especially of her own sons with regard to military a stewardship and other Parish level problems. J a director for research and services and to develop new saying any0ne who objects to Moines and or. Dan Egbert. War should get out of it a it. Dodge. Ministries. Current system a the convention delegates the Rev. Or. Kramer pointed a adopted following Brief debate married sept. 3, 1929, a Lourdes to Bessie Wacha. Here it Ghi persons suffered minor�222 fifth Avenue so. The Neikai was a member of All saints a injuries Friday in five traffic a vehicle was pushed into the lout that All of the duties to be a series of 11 recommendations Church. Accidents in Cedar rapids. A Dean Auto officers said. I handled by the professional staff j submitted by a diocesan com surviving in addition to his a three pile up at first Mayhew was charged with a Are currently performed by in a Mittee on social crises wife Are one son Marvin Avenue and eighteenth Street a failure to have his vehicle under a trained laymen from scattered j crises funds Trachta of los Angeles three West involving an Iowa Highway a control. A parts of the state. A Johnson continued from Page 1. On Church in its pro Sisters mrs. Frank resulted in three in mrs. Wes Soukup. Mrs. Frank juries and one charge. Bena. All of Cedar rapids and Albert r. Ullrich jr., 2020 two Brothers. William Trachta j High drive be. Was charged and Adolph Trachta also of with failure to have his vehicle Cedar rapids. A under control when his Auto Etscheidt 190 Twenty-seventh1 Bers perform duties which will services monday at 9 30 the rear of a Street new. Be assumed by the full time i at the Kuba funeral Home East it operated by Richard l. Officers said the Accident rectors and the standing com and 10 . Requiem mass. All i Mcbride. 5116 Rich mar Lane j happened at the intersection of i Mittee which acts As a Council Michael l. Feller 720 four a the committee Teeth Street be suffered a Structure included Back injury but refused treat up opals recommendations for ment when his motorcycle closer cooperation Between the seeds of despair and frustration by cutting off the very pro one Point of debate entered Grams that Are so vital to he on a proposal which called upon Man Well being All through the All parishes and missions in the Iowa diocese to be assessed an it urging the business menus struck a driven by Ronald diocesan Council whose Mem amount equal to two percent of a help in holding Down inflation saints Church by the Rev. De jew. Mund j. Becker. Burial the Mcbride Auto was Johns cemetery. Father Becker forced into a ahead of it a and the Parish will recite the Highway patrol squad Rosary sunday at 8 . In the driven by Richard a. Hen Kuba funeral Home East where Erickson 33, of 1111 thirty friends May Call after 7 . A fifth Street be. Saturday. A sixth Street and fifth Avenue iof advice to the Bishop. A so. No charges were filed. A struck by a in Brief discussion father Kramer was asked if the new i plan would tend to involve More Sharon a. Walkner 4, of 1214 laymen in Church affairs or b Avenue new suffered facial a fewer. He answered that he lacerations when she was struck j thought the system would Lead a to More involvement by laymen Anamosa Man is charged with reckless driving by a at b Avenue and thir Ullrich suffered lip and spine a Teeth Street new. Injuries and was treated at authorities said she ran into j mercy Hospital and released., path of a driven by a Hendrickson was treated at m. Skala 67 Twenty flukes Hospital for neck and no nth Street new. No charges spine injuries and released. A were filed. Miss Walkner was a passenger in the Ullrich treated at st. Luke a Hospital Gene r. Potter 25, o f vehicle. Gary m c c i u r and released. Anamosa was arrested Friday Hiawatha was treated for head a yep charges were filed after a night and charged with reckless lacerations spine and neck in two Accident at Blairs ferry driving. Juries and released. Road and c Avenue be. Officers said Potter ran a heavy damage police said a driven by flashing red traffic Light at be investigating officers s a i d. June m. Balsanek 3624 Oakland a Cedar rapids applauded cond Avenue and tenth Street there was about $600 damage to a Road be struck the rear of a work of the study committee be. He turned right onto second the of the Patro the i vehicle driven by Frank j. Of a which came up with the plan for Avenue and travelled at speeds Mcbride vehicle received about Ting 70, of Cascade. The Otting the Structure changes of 50 Miles an hour in a posted 5qq damage to the front and Auto was stopped for traffic of the delegates approved the 30 mile an hour zone police rear and the Ullrich Auto about filers said. Committee report by voice vote sat a. $300 damage to the suffered a neck injury with several dissenting. There when Potter was stopped he Ann Thor three pile up at and was treated at mercy was no discussion of financing who would be organized and supervised by the professionals. Ecumenical work another questioner asked if the plan will a a inhibit ecumenical work by the Church. Father Kramer said the present laymen Council does no to have the time or Energy presently to work enough in that Field anyway. The Rev. James Gundrum of the the 1966 operating expenses to a Johnson said a i do not adv assist the diocese in problems Cate any system of mandatory intended to Deal with such a direct controls on prices or or it ses. A wages. We must not stifle the an Effort to delete the two Market system we must per percent provision from the list feet i was Defeated. In j one supporter of the provision Jar Rry Lar ga2f�tp� told the delegates the Money established in 1m3 by the Gazette co. And published Dally and sunday at Sou third ave. Be Cedar rapids Iowa 55zc6 second class postage paid at Cedar Raa ids Iowa. Is not important but there has to be a decision about dealing with people. We need to be challenged on How we Deal with people and our attitudes toward the poor. All of us need to be challenged to rethink our attitudes in dealing with still another speaker challenged a people to become in subscription rates. By Carrier 55 cents a week. By mail night edition and sunday 6 issues 51.50-a month $15 a year afternoon editions and sunday 7 issues $1.60 a month $16 a year. Other states and . Territories $26 a year no mail subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette Carrier service. The associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of All the local news printed in this news paper As Well As All a news dispatches refused to sign a Promise to prs Avenue and fifth Street Hospital and released. For the new director system. Appear and was taken to the i West Serd two persons t0 mercy to jail where he was being held Hospital Wuh minor injuries a since 1909 saturday m lieu of $110 Bond. Ellen k. Dean route two Marion and a passenger in her bal Longcr Dies Julia d. Aubry 1193 fourth London api a Fred Street. Marion were treated for Bellenger. 73. Former Secretary neck injuries and released of War once described As the police said an Auto driven by most statesmanlike of labor Louie l. Mayhew Green Bay. Party elder died wis., struck the of a saturday. Operated by Honorio c. Naira a Flowers for every occasion John e. Lapes casket Spray. Floral baskets. Sprays. Floral baskets. All types of Floral designs 308 3rd ave. Be 365-0511 an evening of choral and instrumental music Schubert mass in g orchestra with adult choir and choristers of the lutheran churches of Cedar rapids and Marion Michael Davenport pianist Howard Glewwe organist John h. Sievila director soloists Frank Malone Tenor Elgene Gonnerman Soprano John Nelson Bass cantata sunday May 12 7 00 . First lutheran Church 1000 3rd Avenue be Cedar rapids the Public is cordially invited to attend Turner traditions every Turner facility is available for every Turner memorial service with no additional charges. At Turners the Cost of a memorial service in the Turner service area depends entirely on the casket selected by the family in Complete privacy. It includes the use of every Turner facility and the services of the Turner staff a and our Assurance that the memorial service will be our Best regardless of which casket is selected. In following this tradition at Turners we carry on another one service to All a with Cost entirely a matter of personal Choice. John b. Turner and son o National selected morticians Turner mortuary West 12z1 first ave. West Turner mortuary 800 second ave. $.�. J

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