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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NA1I0NM WfAlHII SI VI C t fOttCAM lo 7AM I $1 tAssA- “T J Obituaries Mrs. Jack Steele* Winifred Steele, 57, of 2019 j Williams boulevard SW, died Thursday following a sudden illness Horn Dec. 26. 1916 in Cedar Rapids, she had been a lifelong resident here She was married to Jack T Steele March 14, 1942, in Cedar Rapids. She* was an employe of The Casette Surviving besides her husband I are two daughters, .Julie, of Cedar Rapids, and Usa Eacret, Cedar Falls; three sons, Jon, Des Moines, and Chris and Deter, Cedar Rapids; a sister, Mrs. Orr Greedy, Cedar Rapids; and a brother, C. V. Johnson, Cake Macbride Services: Saturday at 1:20 p.m. in Christ United Presby- Harley G. Richards Hailey (I Richards, 62, of 1856 J avenue NE, a Cedar Rapids resident. 24 years, died Thursday following dines. Ile was born 1912, at Rutland, Mo., and was Full Holiday Monday; Parade Planned at IO Ihi ( filar Rapids Gazette:    l    r!.,    May    21,    1974 —Hearst— (Continued from Rage I.) Airport To Ask Federal Funds For Landing Aid fiance who was badly beaten when    she was kidnaped from All city, county,    state    and    fed-j their    Berkeley apartment He era! offices will be closed Mon-.said he hoped he convinced the i ^    brief    j day in observance    of    the    Memo-    panel    that she was not involved! Feb.    3,    rial day holiday.    in the kidnaping, and said that    .    . ,r, y ... y ,    , ..iiv,,,,,,!, u .iii, i ,u era! funds for purchase and con- Iiierc will be no city or rural although he still loves her therein i:__ r . ._____,    _    ________ The Cedar Rapids airport icommission Friday gave approval to request additional fed- married to Fvelyne Strause m.n| delivery,    except for    special    is nothing in the    woman    he was Aug 4, 19.jJ, in Loft Madison delivery, and    collection    pickups    engaged to that    exists iii “Tan- Mr. Richards was a member will be made    from all    deposit    'a>” the SLA name Miss    Hearst of the .Santa Fe United Method boxes at I p m    Saturday    has taken, ist church in Fort Madison be- Postmaster C.J. Seda said all ‘ ^ he? reversal has been just fore moving to Cedar Rapids, evening pickups on Saturday, J®8 degrees," Weed told a news and was a retired employe of Sunday and    Monday will be    conference. “It seems to be the Harnischfeger Corp. Mr. Rich-1 made? only    at boxes marked    bed thing Ratty could ever he    manager    Bud Jamesen said    the ards was a veteran of World with «.:iar    Mr. u/imh.w «.rvic(.    come is what she seems to he    construction    should    he    in    the $10,000 range. struction of a visual approach system in connection with its current runway improvement project The system itself will cost $15,000, with installation costs not yet determined. Airport war lf, a now only at with a star. No window service a member of the Vf'W w,|| j)r provided ct either th< and a member of the Eagles majn 0fj,(.(. 0r the First street    olhor developments lodge.    station Monday, but the lock Los Angeles County Surviving in addition to hisi box lobby will remain open. Thomas Noguchi wife are six sisters, Selma She-) City garbage collection will microscopic examinations UH WI At Mf ft I CHOC AST Rain or showers are expected Friday night in the Pacific Northwest, the middle plains and the middle Mississippi valley. Clear to partly cloudy skies aro expected elsewhere. ; Bergstrom, 82. Saturday at 2 at Hoover Wesleyan church. Ma-| son-Hawe’s, Independence. Dysart — Mina A. Uenaburg, | HI. Tuesday at 2 at Trinity United Methodist church. Overton’s. Garrison of Monett, Mo., week, with Friday collections on ^'A s leader wl Mo., I saturday.    namf* “Cinque,” terian church by the Rev Roi>l,)ard’ ^aZ(*f 1 Huett and Ruby (run a ('ay late throughout the d*ca|ed ert Bouton. Burial: Cedar Me-|*^wartz' a* morial. Friends may call at j C^Jadys E. Curl, Purdy, j Turner chapel west until 9 p rn I MiWred Schrepfer, Fort Maili-1 Friday. The casket will not be son\ and *'va Shearer, Cedar    lh* opened at the church. The fami-|^aP!f^.* aHd a brother, Stanley e<>unci I ly suggests that friends may, if I ^ I they wish, make a contribution I Services »y * * * Cedar Rapids Veterans will hold it? traditional Coroner disclosed that in- Donald DeFreeze, the who went by the killed himself in Friday’s shootout that left five other SUA members dead Los Angeles police said two Cedar Rapids.    services,    starting    with    a    parade    ^u,nd,    *nL^P    (    ^arr( Bryant Clements fu- at IO a rn. Federal funding will pick up 75 percent of the project. Included in the system is a runway identification lighting complex, to he visible from 365 degrees, and a visual approach slope indicator Both facets of the operation will be vital landing aids, ac- The Weather Hiqh temperatures Thursday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation; Anchorage M M M I. Angeles SS 59 Atlanta    83    45    Miami    St 78 Bismarck    48    29    Min'apolis    57 44 Chicago    72    55    n. Orleans    8148 Denver    79    48    01    New York    75 58.17 Duluth    53    41    OI    Phoenix    101 47 Honolulu ..MMM Seattle MMM Washington MMM -Jessie E. Houston 80 70 M—Missing Extended forecast — Fair and cool Sunday, followed by a I Gerald Allen Norine. Sharon warming trond and chance of Bae and Lester Owen Bailey, showers Monday and Tuesday. Lows mostly in upper 40s and lower 50s. Highs mostly in the Marriages Dissolved Pearl R. and Carl D. Mi- _ chads. Karen R. and Lawrence Services at graveside in E. Ary. Herbert P. and Helen Garrison cemetery Saturday at Louise Thome. Kathleen, Ann LSO. Campbell’s, Vinton. and Terry Lee Freeman. Robert De ll e Plaine Richard Lee and Marleen W. Campbell. Rucker, 04. Saturday at John I), and Pamela S. Ballard.!Peffers-Halverson. I atiicia Ann and Duane Mere- Coggon to the memorial fund of Christ neral home in Fort Madison at Tht United Presbyterian church. 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Friends may park, then -- call at Turner chapel east in avenue to parade will form at Jones go west on Din wood cemetery, :<i debrisjeord'n® *« Jamesen. of the SLA’s hideout were linked Airport engineering consultant with two young SLA members Harold Miller said the FAA is after I p m Sunday. 70s. C. R. Weather High Thursday ............ 70 l,ow overnight ............. 49 Noon Friday ............... 62 2 p.m. Friday .............. 65 Rainfall ...................None Total for May ............. 7.84 Jesse Anderson Jesse Anderson, 79, of 716 Eighth avenue SE, died Thursday following a brief illness. He Baum, j was a retired employe of Penick and Ford.    Wencil    L. Baria Born Juno 12, 1894. in Evans,    Wenci, L Barta 73 of |l)17 E    he had been a resident of Cedar    streel sw d|ed par| 2.    Rapids most of his life. He was    Frid    af(er a , j|lncss ,jorn X. ,    r. , IT    ll "I. f0,T- Mmy! Aug. 25, IMO, in Mortar, Czech- u;    TJ    .    „    --------- Ihclma    Gerickc,    86.    Coleman Dec. 18. 1923, in HU-    n ■> m« t, the d.th Walton. Rcneta    Rose and| Saturday at    2.    Zion    Presby-1 „ois. Ile was a member of    I uiZ    stat^ and Cedar Ran.Hs tcnan church. Murdoch s. !n iu 1 »ur u u    *    united    Mates    ann Loda. Rapids Waukon Alfred Monfort, Bcthpl AME church, was a yet- jn „15 90. Saturday at 1:30, East eran of Wor,(1 war 1 and a Paint Creek Synod church.!member of the American Le-Mattin Brothers.    gion Cedar Rapids between IO a rn. where memorial services will and 9 p.m. Saturday, and at the begin at 10:30 a m. Speaker will Fort Madison funeral home Le Leo Maynard, vice-chairman of the National Americanism council of the American Legion. Wi|so„ held on suspicion of killing Oak- strongly in favor of the project land School Superintendent and has indicated it will raise Marcus Foster last November, 'he amount of the grant to the FBI Director Clarence Kelley airport, defended the police assault on. The airport improvements are the Us Angeles hideout. “When now estimated to cost $2,060,000, they chose to fire, the decision while the FAA has approved a became theirs at that point,” he maximum of $2 2 million. Fires a.m. Friday. Overheated rear of 4501 8:28 traction motors First avenue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding - David Ham, Hiawatha; Larry Freerksen.J 1396 G avenue NE; each fined! $40 and costs. Robert Bowser,1 640 Sixteenth avenue SW;: Leonard Schaeffer, 780 Fifth) avenue, Marion; David Wolfe, 1713 Third avenue SE; Robert Poppy Sellers Ousted from Mr. Barta was a retired employe of Wilson and Co. and was a member of the Retired Em- All veterans organizations in Cedar Rapids will participate, along with the VFW hand and the Emerald Knights drum and bugle corps. In case of rain, services will be held in the armory of the Veterans memorial building at 10:30 a.rn said Three Kennedy Students Hurt In Car Crash Thro** youths were injured when the car in which they Miller said Friday the repaving work is about 50 percent complete and that, work is progressing satisfactorily. ♦ * * In other action at the meeting Friday: Tentative approval was given to a new telephone communi- Firing squad ceremonies will were riding veered out of con- ca'ions system to improve cus-be held at 8 a rn. at Mt. Calvary trol and ran into a ditch shortly tomer service. The system pres-cemetery and St. John’s come-after IO a rn. Friday tery. and at 8:30 a m. at St. Normal for May..........3.591    Merritt, 6022 Crestridge avenue Normal through May ......11.40    ^W;    J'01'1    V    ’;‘0n0(1 _Fosts- ai * , r ,nB,    “    loon    Darrell Bahrndorf, 2438 Rcyn- Total for 1974 ..............I8,88,    olds avenue SW; Dorothy Bopp, Barometer, steady ........30.11    107 Meadowlark lane NW; Humidity at noon ........55%    Cynthia Evron, 2329 Bever , ..    j    i    i .    avenue SE; Dennis Dietrich, Wind direction and    velocity at    Middle Amana; Sally Madden, Gazette weather station    at 2 p.m. NW at 18 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 5:38; sun sets, 8:30. Year Ago Today—High, 74; low 53; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck....... PtCldy    70-48 Chicago .........PtCldy    66-49 Cincinnati    •    •..... Fair    68-47 Cleveland     PtCldy    62-42 PtCldy 74-53 .. . Fair 65-42 . . . Fair 74-52 ... Fair 78-58 Fair 65-45 . PtCldy 65-45 . PtCldv 84-65 PtCldy 81-55 .. . Fair 80-58 PtCldy 75-50 Des Moines . Detroit ...... Indianapolis . Kansas City Milwaukee .. Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City . .. Omaha ...... St. Louis..... Sioux Falls . . Degree Days Thursday................ 6 Total to date.......6,841 Through May 30, 1973 .6,876 Percent of normal year .103 Total normal year ......6,631 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 8.2 no change Lansing (18) 9.6 rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 8.7 rise .1 ' McGregor (18) ll rise .2 Guttenberg (15) IO rise .1 Dubuque (17) 12.3 fall .1 Davenport (15) 14.5 fall .1 Keokuk (16) 17.7 fall .7 Cedar at C K (13) 6.93 tall .37 Coralville Lake Pool level Friday 705.13 Births — Mercy "May 23    Mr. and M Timothy Blanchard, Vinton daughter. Births — St. Luke's May 22    Mr. and Mrs. George Bounds, I IO Ninth street SE. a daughter. May 23 To the families of Gerry Barr, 1205 Indian Creek road, Marion, a daughter; Ronald Strand. Hiawatha, a son; J o h n Gratins, Swisher, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Virginia Olmstead and Albert Green, JoAnne Miller and Otto Brasier, Kim Payn and Kenneth Krapfl, Darla Jindrich and Benjamin Michalec, all of Cedar Rapids. Patricia Scott, Cedar Rapids, and James Wedlock, Bartlesville, Ohio. Elizabeth llockrn, Winthrop, and Ronald Miller, Independence. Joyce Miller, Fairfax, and Robert Ktheredge, Cedar Rapids. Deborah Usher, Cedar Rapids, Jiid David ottsrn, Nebraska City, Nill Ariette Pelley, Marion, and Keith Meyer, Codal Rapids Barbara Maluch-11ik, Solon, and Steven Whiting, Cedar Rapids. Emile Jurgins, biwa City, and Mare Taslitt, Cellar Rapids. Sharon Nieman, ( Velar Rapids, and Michael < >s-weiler, Ely. Mary Menning, Cella i Rapids, and David Barnes, Spence! 4349 Fox Meadow drive SE; Lind a Gut/., 323 Crescent street SE; John Uchytil, 1737 B avenue NE; Stephan Stickcly, 1248 Third avenue SE; Michael Cannon, 1304 First avenue NE; James Garoutte, 1500 Ninth street NW; Dennis Wiese, Tama; Dennis Whiting, Ely; Gordon Wensel, 1413 Fifth street NW; each fined $30 and costs. Roy Browning, Iowa City; fined $25 and costs. Cindy Robbins, 62 Dcvonwood avenue SW; Dennis Tcrnam, 1609 Sixth avenue SE; William Waltz, 816 Ninth street SE; In addition to his wife he is; ,    ,    ^    ,......................,.--------   ,    _    , survived by a sister, Anna    club.    cemetery    and    St. John’s ceme-after IO a m. Friday .    en!Iv at the airport is termed Walker, Cincinnati.    | Surviving are his wife. the ' and at 8:30 a m at st. James Hullinger, IS, of 1626 "indaequate by Jamesen Services: 3 p m. Tuesday in Jormcr Adela Gregor, to whom roc cemetery.    Park    Towne    lane    NE.    the    driver    I he new program would raise Bethel AME church by the Rev.|^e was marr*t‘d *n 1926; a son,      —    0f    ^e car, and Gary Caldwell,! monthly phone hill to $325, . a    a    George    Moore,    jr.    Burial:    Oak    Lawrence Welbes, ( edar    k    A ^    ,8-    Hiawatha, were taken to St an increase of $90 In adn ion, Como ex ^*11. Friends may call at Turner Rapids; ll grandchildren and 17 |>|lXOn ivlOSSBCJG Luke's hospital.    there would be a $165 installa- ■    chapel    east    until    9    p.m.    Monday    j great-grandchildren.    RroiLnPV    Hullinger suffered chest and '10,1 DES MOINES (AP)—People and at the church after IO a.m. j Services: IO a.rn iuesday in    „    internal    injuries    Caldwell    re-    Approval was given to request selling poppies for the Veterans I Tuesday. Military Fervices    will    Janeba-Kuba funeral home west    WASHINGTON (UPI)—Presi-    p^rtedly suffered internal inju-    P';ms and specifications for an of Foreign Wars Poppy day be conducted at the grave by    by the Rev. Ernest Larson oi    dent Nixon got a personal mes-    rjes report on their condi-    estimated $61,500 improvement were ousted from cafeterias in! the American Legion.    Trinity United Methodist    sage Ihursday from Sxjvjet    (tions was available from the    in 'he airports electrical sys- the state capitol complex Fri-!    - church. Burial:    Linwood.    Leader Leonid Brezhnev, but    hospital.    tem day.    |_ee m Mudd    Friends may call at Janeba-    the White House is keeping the    A third perS()n( Alan I). Goff. "Stanley McCausland, state (ii- Lee M. Mudd, 38, of    3302    Kuba funeral home west after 3    contents secret — indicating a    n of )642 Tenth stret>t NW, suf-    Woman Suffers Head rector cf general services, said We nig road NE, died suddenly P rn- Sunday there is a jgeneral state policy of a heart attack Thursday against permitting any solic-(night. He had operated a gener-itations in state government I a1 contracting firm, and was a buildings and that includes sell- member of the Cedar Rapids ing poppies.    Home    Builders    Assn. He said he had informed Mr. Mudd was born Aug. 8, —Police List— (Continued from Page I.) was not certified George Ca mo I ho ii ol I) e s 11935, and had been a resident of 001 """'"'"'"I Moines, a VEW official, by let- Cedar Rapids all his life.    .councsl.    as    Ihe    other    candidates,    (be Prcsidcnl. Also present al/p,,r.«t    log,    control    of,rn block of seventh    ■ JVA ter on April IS about (he policy. He is .survived bv his wife,"™    ,    on,    n    v    I    J , J J ^ his northbound car. crossed into when the car driven by Miss rho council named Wallace N brynin. Soviet ambassador to the southbound lane and ran oil Kray emerged (rom an alley a possible connection with the summit conference planned in Moscow next month. Brezhnev’s message was delivered by B. N. Ponomarov, head of an eight-member demand thus was gation of Soviet parliamentary second street. by the city inns who spent 45 minutes with The Iowa highway Cut in Car Collision fered foot and finger injuries. He was taken to St. Luke’s hospital after officers inter- Peggy Sue Kray, 20, of 335 viewed him. ’    ‘M. residence was burglarized The accident occurred on suffered a head cut Thursday in Edgewood mad north of Forty- a two-car collision. She was treated by a private doctor, patrol re-i The accident occurred in the a son. David; a The letter said it is 'against Patricia; state policy to let any group set (daughter, Ann; his mother, up a special table for such!Myrtle Mudd; two brothers, Linda Earley, 96 Fortieth street I sales in state buildings or to Dale and Benny; two sisters.! cif’i*Ed'!jairi ■MV™*}'w,)0jall°w a ny on e to solicit state Mrs. Dennis Hepker and Mrs. Skylanc drive NE: Randall Mc- ,    ‘    pursue    the matter further. Cright, Coggon; Helen Manich,| I °Y(S r 0'n('i people. Ralph Schulte, all of Ctdar    h Lansing, IU.; Joseph Mosier.) McCausland told Carnathan Rapids.    hannen    ” hr rn? Eighth avenue SW; Roger j th*, poppies    could bo    offered    for Services: I p.m. Monday    at Church, route two, Marion; c..i„    v     u    u.,    been    impressed wa Barbara Lindsay, route two! fale M counters ln tee cafe-Marion;    Mark Benton, 646rer,as operated by the Iowa Thirty-ninth street NE; Leon- commission    for    the    blir.d,    but aid Tait, 1801 Blake boulevard that permission    should be    ob- SE; Franklin Dally, Clinton;|,ained in wrj||n„ from |V cnm mission. John Taylor, assistant director of the iowa commission for LaPeters, then of Miami, Fla., the U.S.    the    road    into    the    ditch.    and    was hit by another car. to the post May I and he as- Press Secretary Ronald Zieg- The three are seniors at Ken- The driver of the other ear sumed his duties a week later. ler said Ponomarov gave the nedy high school.    'was    Dennis    L.    Rogue,    28,    of    1290 Irons    said he does    not    plan    to    message to Nixon at a separate    No charges    were    filed    pending    Thirty-third    street    NE 20-minute session alone with the    an investigation    by    the    highway    Miss    Kray    was    charged with It’s    too    bad    that it    had    to    President. Ziegler declined to    patrol. “but I’ve    give any clue to the contents! failing to roadway. yield to traffic in the church bv, ,. . Collins. Ich,ef St. Pius X Catholic the Rev. Barnard G. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Father Collins will recite the Rosary Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at ithe Stewart funeral home, where friends may call Sunday ifrom 2 to 9 p.m. and Monday was Additional Loot From C. R. Burglary David T. Franklin each fined $20 and costs Responsibility for minors Peter Hansen, 77 Seventh avenue SW; fined $20 and costs. cr, 7"?"south ' ira*' vpw ind- S.ai<l he hBd K‘Ven lhc 1 fr0m 9 “ m- Un,il "°0n SW; fined $10 and costs.    VM' auxiliary pernvssion to Resisting an officer - Robert sell poppies over the cafeteria Haer, 2044 North Towne court counters, but the people selling them had set up rear the cash ier stands where cafeteria customers pay their checks. Marcos Moves To Ease Curbs NE; Donald Jones, Independence; each fined $25 and costs. Driving on right side — Donald Jones, Independence; fined $15 and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle :— Donald Jones, Independence; fined $28 and costs. Traffic signal violation Tommo Tramel, 1930 Park avenue SE; Eddie Johnson, 2271 C botes impressed with the new (on grounds the message in the short time he has “personal and private.” been here and I think they Nixon is said to be planning made a good choice. He’s been to go to Moscow about June 21 David T. Lonce. 2440 Tenth very responsive to the needs to begin his third round of avenue SV\, who reported his here in the department.”    (summit talks with Brezhnev in residence was burglarized MANILA (AP) — President as many years, but the White Wednesday or Thursday report- Ferdinand Marcos said Friday No Legal Action    House has not provided any ^ additional items were discov- that he was opening the way Irons said he won’t take any firm information about the trip erecl missing later    for Philippine parliamentary legal action against the commis- and Nixon has been urged by Originally a stereo set valued rule and restoration of the writ I sion or the council.    some members of congress to at $5!)0 and a r oman s watch of habeas corpus to prevent “But this points out some of put it off until the impeachment vaIued at 5125 were discovered summary arrest and detention. of 14261f}|e problems we feel wove had proceedings are completed. —Ellsberg— (Continued from Page I.) of conversations Colson Frank G. Yuza Frank G. Yuza, 82. Second street SW, died suddenly I jn the past with the civil service Friday. He was a retired fore-J commission,” He said, man for Wilson and Co.    “if    ,t can happen to the Born near Solon April 7, 1892, chiefs list, it can happen to as- he had lived in Cedar Rapids since 1T94. He was a member of the Czechoslovak Society of American and W e s t e r n Bohemian Fraternal Life Assn Resigned Thai Premier Back BANGKOK (API - Resigned Premier Saliva Thammasak (street SW; Dave Bernacki, 700 had with the President in 1971, a m,an ' •'Eternal Lite Assn    mission    testing    procedures,    : irs I mW V n 'n ’a    wet*1    memorandum of a meeting at Surviving are ins wile the    challenged    a recent prof - Malion Reed, 1155 West Ninth1 tended bv Nixon Colson and former Emma Loufek, to whom Ron i,st . a avenue, Marion; each fined $15    1    •    ‘>bX()b, ( oison and    r,,a ,r and costs. James Thompson. Secretary of State Kissinger and Ihe w s ‘    a    Rapid.    ---------- hompson, j secretary ot state Kissinger street NW; a report attempting to measure the impact of the Pentagon Papers leak by Ellsberg to the press in the spring of 1971. Besides Ehrlichman and (’oison, the defendants are G. Gordon Liddy, Bernard Barker and 2271 C street Eugenio Martinez $20 and costs    _________ 2163 Twentieth fined $10 and costs Registration violation Eugene Bowles, 1102 Fifteenth avenue SE; fined $10 and costs. Driver's license violation Duane Dranebarger, 3406 Dunham drive SE; David Wolfe, 1713 Third avenue SE; Eddie Johnson, SW; each fined Jeffrey Saddoris, Des Moines;! fined $15 and costs. James Thompson, 2 163 Twentieth street NW; fined $10 and costs. Intoxication - William Sharp, 1208 Sixth avenue SE; Robert Karr, 2044 North Towne I court NE; each fined $20 and costs. Overload    Joseph    Hart,1 Galion, Ohio; fined $25 and costs. Gerald Barett, 1485 Twenty-fourth street, Marion;:',(>n with a April 18. 1917; a grandson; two great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mary Slaby, Solon. Services: ll am Sunday in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. William Harnish.j Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Janeba-Kuba after I p m. Saturday. Memorial Services Kitnin. Rent    Cremation A    .    I    was held at Codal Memorial re on I njrnp Memorial services will be part rsori v^nargc of thp ,, ;un WOI.ship slTVU.r Karen E Smith. 37, of 416 Sunday at Kenwood Park Unit-Tenth street SH. was    £**!! friday with arson    j    ducted a1 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Police said an investigation Cedar Memorial Arrangements resulted in her arrest in connec-ire early Friday in sistant chiefs, captains or lieutenants. too.” The Policemen’s Protective Assn. has been critical of com- said Friday that he will return and to head Thailand’s government promo- because of “confidence given me” by all sectors of the country. The 67-year-old lawyer and former university rector made the decision after he received overwhelming support from the national assembly and almost al! segments of the country's missing. Later Lonce reported an am- 20 YEARS AGO — The only plifier valued at $430. a turnta- nurse stationed at the fallen hie valued at $240 and two fortress of Dien Bien Phu was speakers valued at $250 were released by the communist also missing.    rebels. BROSH CHAPEL ( edar Rapids "Ih'tolrtl to I'lihlir Serriro" Inquire About Our Pre-arranged Services Solon Dunlop Warns of Controls Return Labor cooper- Woman Faces NEW YOUK (API -and management must ate to slow inflation or wage leadership and public and price controls will be re- Sanya resigned Tuesday in sumed, warns John Dunlop, sympathy with cabinet members director of the federal Cost of who were under public pressure Living Council    to    quit JOHN E. LAPPS A-A) by Cedar home. Memorial funeral fined $20 and costs. Vehicle control violation Cecil Bush, Cherokee; fined $40 and costs. Reckless driving Jeffrey Saddoris, Des Moines; fined $35 and costs. Iowa Deaths Decorah Michele Lamias, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Lamias. Olscn-Fjelstul’s. I) a car owned by Richard lunge, 1927 Ninth street SU The car was in a parking lot at Fifth avenue and Tenth street SE Police officers pulled a seal cushion from tile ear and extinguished the blaze Sh*'* Spacial! L«f her Know with flowers PIERSON’S 11 ow I SHOP I HOO I I I IS III VI). NW’ 11 owcrp ho no JSH-IHL’ti flown t for all occasions 30s .'lr(I Ave. si .'Itta-OJI I Independence Martha A. let our flowers speak for you V O FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phon« answered 24 hour* every day ID John B/lUrner&Son I miaul Directors Serving all faiths since 1888. I lulu i ’n I «isi H<)() St -reUK I Axe. SI lilt IHM’sWrst IJJ! I ii st Ave. We.si Tho Kame hoot! 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