Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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Tin* Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tri., May 31, 1974
of Dr William
I Spencer, a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids and a resident of Meth-Wick Manor the last seven years, died Thursday following l(",n(l|jl
a long dines?
Born Dec. 12, 1884, in Cedar Rapids, she was the daughter of die late George K. and Ida Crust ,, m Wenig, prominent early resi- Allen dents of the city. Mrs Spencer was a charter member and one of the founders of St. John’s episcopal church and was a member ot Cedar chapter of DCS more than 50 years She was a graduate of the University I of Chicago.
Meal, Raymond Chris
Turner chapel west at. 10 80 a.m. Saturday by tho Rev. Cedric .I Ixjfdahl of Holy Redeemer Lutheran church. Burial: Spring Grove cemetery.
may call at Turner ltd IO a rn. Saturday.
Guardsmen Build Dike
On West Bank of Iowa
By Ford Clark Some IRO guardsmen arrived
IOWA Cf TY—The first con-1 Thursday night, with the re-tingcnt of an estimated 400 Iowa rnainder of the forces scheduled national guardsmen ordered toi to arrive throughout the day Iowa City by Gov. Robert Ray Friday. The early arrivals
The casket will not. be opened after the service.
T u rn .V»r 11<S u a ped *' la J ''at* ''l :3o was constructing sandbag barri-j worked through the night
Saturday by S. Van Cleve
Pa i k Presbyterian church Burial: Czech National Friend' may call at Turner east.
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the Rev. I cades along the west hank of Central the Iowa river here Friday.
Rain is expected Friday night from the Gulf coast northeastward through the south and mid Atlantic states and into most of the northeast. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.
said, granting the
Surviving are two sons, Henry extra pay would cost the city C., Southberry, Conn., and Dr $21,419 16 during the rest of 1974 Carl G. Ashland, Oregon; five “It isn’t there in the budget;
!grandchildren and two great-w,‘don’t have it, ' he said, grandchildren. The additional manpower will
Services: St. John’s Episcopal be obtained by taking the older jchurch at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday by of two aerial pumpers and the the Right Rev. Canon DA. Lo- Cobra, a small pumper truck, Iferski. Burial: Oak Hill Friends out of service. That action will may call at Turner east from I free four men, two from each p.m. Sunday to I) p.m. Monday truck. and at the church from 9 a rn. -p|u,
- - . — to 10:25 p.m. Tuesday. The cas- *br
gate tapes and White House l°fis Ret will not be opened after the pjfUi
City Dorothvsand said hr wou,d reicct fulure!service. The family suggests'pumper E avenue NE; subpoenas for Watergate mate-jthat friends may, if they wish, n,.Wer
contribute to the memorial fund of St. John’s church.
The two-foot-high dike is being constructed to protect the theater- fine arts complex on the University of Iowa campus.
By mid-day Friday, the river had risen, at points, to within a hundred feet of the complex.
The construction project is exacted to take at least two days.
Sand in Cot
The army corps of engineers; at Rock Island has placed 500 tons of sand in the Hancher auditorium parking lot.
In addition, physical plant employes at the U. of I were assisting the national guard
In nearby Coralville, volunteer workers worked
lights until 2 a rn. Friday, constructing a sandbag barricade along Edgewater drive.
Iowa City’s city engineer, George Bonnett, said if present weather forecasts “hold true and there :s no additional rainfall over the area today or tomorrow, the flooding should be no worse than I960.”
Three More Plead Guilty In Federal Seed Oats Case
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By June 111
new subpoena calls for
Leo C. Chesmore
Leo C. Chesmore, 83, of 3327 Oakland road NE, died Thurs-
Hiqh temoercftures Thursday, low temperatures overniqht and inches of precipitation:
Anchorage AS 43 L. Angeles A7 AO
Atlanta . 88 AB Miami 85 77
Bismarck A2 42 .25 Min'apolis 69 50 .45
Chicago .. Al 53 N. Orleans 88 78 .10
Denver ..8i4A New York 7054 Crawford route two, Marion; , .
Duiutn ....ss 44 .*2 Phoenix n ti ^1<,XVI Yr *,de iverv bv June IO of Water-
Honoiuiu mmm Seattle 44 4? .02 Francis McLlligott. 1175 r ave-|uc,,vc,J' Yr W| vvnu.i
H0M~Missin®7 71 Washinq,on 79 64 57 nuc, Marion; Dan Egly, 1846 Algate tapes originally requested
, ■ avenue NE; Robert Hamilton, . ‘ |W«
Extended boreens - fair to routc tW((i Marion; Donne April 19. Most of (hem also have d , veterans hospital in Iowa tional men ean he obtained
Say wdh WghsTn iMlM^ jCity following a long illness. reducing the «t.ff from three
and lows in the 50s. "UP< Marion; each fined $30 Prosecutor lx»on Jaworski, who A retired farmer and resident two at the Cedar Hills and
and costs. Donald 'Bartlett, bas asked the supreme court to of Cedar Rapids since 1920, he Noelridge stations.
C. R. Weather on his right to them. was born in Co88°n’ March 18-s The two trucks can be put im-
H‘8h Thursday ...............^Sherman ' street* NE; Ronald The 45 tapes were made be- 1891' Mr Chesmorc and , hls mediately back into service if
Low overnight ...............Dirks, Anamosa; Steven Mit-1 tween Nov 5 1972 anc| june 4 wife, Ivah> werc married June needed for a major fire, Stein-
Noon Friday ................ 02 choil, 3642 Northwood drive I ' ’
1973. Most involve conversations
inaier, Iowa Wyatt, 2419 Jerry Yochum, Houston, Texas;! rial. Gary Vallbrecht, 709 Va Eighth j avenue SE; James McCormick.
2704 J street SW; Ronald The Crawford, routc
Three mere individuals have false advertising and fraudulent pled guilty in Cedar Rapids fed- use of the mail system. oral court to charges involving) On the first two counts, Mean alleged seed oats fraud Manus fined Geiger $50 each,
two trucks will be stored scheme, and trial for the two Geiger received a fine of $100 on
station at E avenue and!remaining defendants in the case the third charge
street, where the newer has been continued until next
is now located. The Thursday, pumper and its three-; El mer J man crew will be moved to the Forks, N. I) , central station, which in effect pleas Thursday afternoon, and
T h e corps of engineers shipped a quarter million sandbags to the area Thursday, with additional supplies promised under from as far away as St. l>ouis, if required.
Attention in the area is focused on the (’oralVille reservoir dam, where the present discharge rate Friday was 10,000 cubic feet per second (cfs).
Coralville^ pool level Friday noon was 709 06 feet. This is less than three feet from overflowing the spillway.
As of late Friday morning,
closes the E street station.
When necessary, two
water was flowing into the pool
Others Dismissed behind the spillway at a rate of
All other charges against the ll,OOO cfs.
laintor. 81, of (.rand tWQ jn tbe secd 0p0ratj0n? which hlc„c(n.
entered guilty n ji .* . • .u u n • Disaster Area
burny allegedly resulted in the bilking
of $800,000 from midwesterners Johnson county Supervisor
to guilty Friday morning Elmer J Taintor. 81, of Grand
avenue and Fifth two others changed their pleas b(,twe(,n ,97, and 1973. "were Robert Burns said Friday he
•opped. :bad h0611 *n contact with Iowa
. .. _ , , .. Jury trial for Duane Sarby, ^cn- ^Iapk and Congress-
borts, N O., entered guilty, Wa(er|oo apd Mpr( Wolf, Ccdar!man Ed Mezvinsky on the possi-
" Falls, will besm Thursday!™^ of havinB the Coralville-morning ■ *owa region declared a dis-
They arc charged by As.ctJas^er area‘
U.S. Attorney Alan Kirshen with
2 p.m. Friday Precipitation ... Total for May .. Normal for May Normal through May
.. 62 choil, 3642 Northwood drive .. 64 i NE; each fined $20 and costs.
0 13 Right-of-way violation - between Nixon and former aides William Grafton, 318 Thirty- IL R. llaldeman, John Ehrlich-fourth street NE; fined $15 and I man, Charles Colson and John
,1 in' costs‘ , I Dean.
N.40 Driving on wrong side
Total for 1974 ..............19 86 Ronald
Humidity at noon ..........70%
Gazette weather station at 2 p.m., N at 14 mph.
Sun rises Saturday, 5:34; sun sets, 8:35.
Year Ago Today — High, 79; low, 61; rainfall, none.
Traveler's Forecast Saturday
Crawford, route two,| KeP- Dennis (R ind.) pto- Qty-
unauthorized per-J friend-of-the-court brief in be-
7, 1917, in Marion. A World war beck said
I veteran, he was a member of He said the changes have
the Foursquare Gospel church been contemplated for quite a and the American legion. while because of high overtime
Surviving in addition to his costs,
wife are a son. Stanley, Webster Already this year, he said,
four daughters, Nota $43,000 in overtime has been
pleas to charges stemming from an alleged fraudulent seed oats operation involving about 318 Iowa farmers in Cedar Rapids federal court Thursday.
Thomas Arbuckle, 43, of Lincoln. Neb., pled guilty to one count of disseminating false ad
Both Clark and Mezvinsky,
bein.! the "ringleaders" of"ttei according lo Burns, said they
were in personal contact with
Gov. Robert Ray, advocating
Six individuals have now pled
Barometer, rising .........29.92 Marion; fined $ I (land costs. posed Rial the c‘,)n^lldeolll^a Clover. Gillette, Wis., April Uh-j paid; only $70,000 was budgeted
..... nnrrr Permitting unauthorized per- 'r,onf,-r'f-,ho-'niirf i'*-*0* ir> ho-L -.........
to drive - Richard Ritchi-
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motion was defeated 32-6. Most
vertising concerning Interstate fhll,y ,h(> casc
Seed Brokers products. He was‘Three accuscd by ,hc Rovern-fined $150 by Judge Edward J.
Gene Geiger, 33, of Waterloo, entered guilty pleas on three counts in connection with his in
in the as fugi-
ment as participants scheme are still listed
In changing his plea Friday, Arbuckle said he “gave a tele*
_* , * T3*4 v** 11 ,4 j. m ... , , ,. |lenhop p , Clarksville, Viola, for the full year
.on to drive Richard Ritchi- half of Jaworski S suit, but his Afjr;.,n Molino -md Violet <vm- ti, r 'n .rn 1
sw: fined ^. md:c!".;,VrnU(VmotT was defeated 32-6. Moat chez> cedar Rapids; 19 grand- when vacations*and°
„.ltf ... A . c , phone pitch about the seeds to
volvement with American Seed . *
prospective buyers for a two
occasions sick leave
Brokers, Raymond. He admitted to
obstructing mail, using
and one-half month period in 1973.
He claimed he received a 20-cent commission on each bushel of seed sold. He said he thought the business was legitimate, but has since been told the seed was sold “at inflated prices.”
His lawyer asked for leniency An old-fashioned confidence since he believes his client “is game netted $2,500 Thursday for not a criminal.” Arbuckle could two women who duped another
woman into believing they would share a large sum of
such a move.
The corps of engineers said Friday the reservoir is expected to crest Sunday or Monday at 711-712 feet, less than a foot below capacity.
Inflow at the reservoir has been recorded at 15,000 cfs, while discharge has been maintained at 10,000 cfs.
Bismarck . •
Cincinnati Cleveland . ..
Kansas City ....... Fair 77-58
Milwaukee PtCldy 63-45
Mpls.-St. Paul ...PtCldy 68-44
Okla. City PtCldy
St. Louis ....
Pool level Friday . 709.05.
(Flood stages in brackets)
Lacrosse (12) 7.0. no change Lansing (18) 8.7, fall .3 Dam 9 (18) 17.4, fall .2 McGregor (18) 9.7, fall .4 Guttenberg (15) 8.7, fall .3 Dubuque (17) 10.9, fall .3 Davenport (15) 11 1. fall .5 Keokuk (16) 16.5, rise .6
fined $15 and costs. Chester to turn to the courts. Services: Turner chapel east
1641 Thirty-fourth street por tbe same reason, a pro- at 3 p.m. Saturday by the Rev.
Acidy”7-^ I ™ue NE? SfIn™' w and P°sal R^^ack to seek leg- A R. Auslander of Daniels Park .PtCldy 63-48 costs. islation that would empower the Church of God. Graveside ser-
. PtCldy 72-5^ intoxication Eugene Wor- courts to enforce committee vices: Troy Mills cemetery by
PtCldy 08-47 Ltehoff, 1500 Oakland road NE:;subpoenas was also defeated, the American Legion. Friends
Fair 72- >4 fjned $35 .m(j costs. Mearle o2-6 moi/ pall at Tnnwr nae!
PtCldy 68-46 joncSt Vinton; Sharon Tenney,!JZb t.T . . _ may call at Turner east.
..PtCldy 66-471259! First avenue SE; Larry Total I ower -.
Rep. Danielson (D-Calif.) said Mrs. Arthur Albert
ie Suit Cites Doctor, Hospital, Lab
Central City Woman Duped; Loses S2y506
Long, Vinton; each fined $25 and costs.
Failure to dim lights
.r . ...... — John
r- Blinds, Mt. Vernon; fined $10 PtCtdy 77-55 j and co’stf.
jMark Beltz, HIO Sixteenth av-I tCldy iJ-4ai \|ar^ Bsltz, HIO Sixteenth av-
it was a mistake to say the com-; Mazie Maxine Albert, 82. ofPlained "We always have lo '"1“?“ *“f'er^.by an Amana
“We have no reason to change,’’ he said. “My mind is made up on that.’’
The fire fighters voted not to
work overtime if their requests! A $503.193 65 suit has been ____________________________
were rejected, unless in cases oft1'10** against a Cedar Rapids have been fined up to $1 OOO on
emergency. | doctor, St. Luke’s hospital and the charge.
“We have to work in case of ttlc owncr of the Weland Clinical (]f !ger . be }iad a Ray. an emergency,” Hayes ex- Laboratory in connection with mond post ofl ce box under tho money if she would put up some
Cedar at ('.It. (13) 6.96, rise .65
Births — St. Luke's
May 28 — Mr. and Mrs Kaehman. Clarence, a son.
May 30 To tho families of Kirk (Juackenbush. 3(121 Sixth street SW. a daughter; Robert M. Jones. 909 Eighth street SW. a daughter; Walter Kraus. 624 Thirty-sixth street NE. a daughter; Jim MeMillen, 1607 Eleventh avenue SW. a son.
Births — Mercy
May 30 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Handley, 4508 Lantern rourt, Marion, a son.
Out of Town Births
At Lakewood, Colo. To the family of David Aragon. ;i son
horn May 26. Barbara Aragon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, 3854 Trailridge road SE.
12:22 p.m. Thursday. Assistance rail at 1743 Sixth avenue SE.
5:37 p.m. Thursday. I lush gasoline at Forty-second street and Old Marion road NE.
10:54 pm. Thursday. Needless call at 118 Second avenue SE.
Connie Short and Robert Coffman, both of Cedar Rapids. Mary Jennings, De: Moines,
and Larry Youngberg, Elmwood Park. III. Margaret Saylor, Fairfax, and Timothy Bu mg a roe i, Cedar Rapids. Julie Bieber, Clinton, and Dennis Darling, Coralville. Vicky Ullerich, Blairstown, and John Kregel, Marion.
Tonda L. and Lance B. Paulsen. K.vong Cha and Terry Dean Witt. Becky and Robert Rebec. Inese and Paul Kutil-man.
Speeding Linda Stiuehan, Alburnett: Stephen Munzen-
mittce has no power to enforce ^ Nincteenth strcet NE. widow its subpoenas “We have total Lf Arthur L A|bcr( djcd Friday
tin s.vtcrnih iv. I>0wcr enforcement ,be following a brief illness. Having enue SW; fined $25 and costs. P°wer of removaL be said. Spent most of her life in Marion Failure to stop Randall Rep. Seiberling (D-Ohio) saidjgnd Cedar Rapids, she was born Sehoon, Anamosa; fined $20 • the committees [unction is not Sept. 4, 1891, in Oxford Junction.
to find guilt or innocence but to she was a member of St. John’s determine whether probably Episcopal church, cause exists to believe Nixon, Surviving are two sons, John committed impeachment of-,L Albert and Richard M. Alferes. |bert. Cedar Rapids; a sister,
“If he fails to produce Myrtle Campbell, Cedar dence we have rightfully re_ j RapidS; four grandchildren and quested, that alone is sufficient ^wo great-grandchildren. to provide probable cause when. scrvjces and entombment at added to tho evidence we already have,” he said Seiberling said Nixon could
Reckless driving Richard Etter, 5655 Briarwood street SW; fined $50 and costs.
Change lanes when unsafe — William Person, Bellwood, 111.; fined $25 and costs.
Improper turn — Shirley Karrick, 2310 Fourth avenue SE; fined $25 and costs.
Faulty equipment Jerry Van Deusen, 1023 Twelfth street NE; fined $15 and costs.
work when we are ordered to y°utb Sept. 9, 1971.
work; we would have to work even if we weren’t paid anything for it.”
He said no additional meetings have been scheduled to discuss the commissioner’s action, and said he cannot guess what the firefighter reaction will be. other than disappointment.
“We’re sorry they made this decision.” he said.
Hayes said he is not pernnt-
The petition was filed in Linn district court Friday for Lorence Ackerman. 17. against Dr David C. Naden, the hospital and R. E. Weland, doing business as the laboratory bearing his name
Driver’s license violation Bill I Gerald Clark, 812 Ninth street lease his situation by eooperat-SE; fined $15 and costs. jng with the committee. “Our
Vehicle control violation letter is saying. ‘There is still
Juan Stomping, 1536 Eighth i timi, brother’,” he said.
avenue SE; fined $25 and costs.
Springville Ellen Maurine
Levsen, 59. St Louis Park, Minn. Monday at 1:30 at Presbyterian church. Burial:
Wyoming cemetery. Friends
may call at Murdoch’s, Springville, after 11 Sunday.
Arlington Richard Old-
•L thor. 89 Saturday at 1:30 at St. John Lutheran church.
IO at St. Paul’s Catholic church. Rosary Friday at 8 at Halverson’s, Blairstown. Burial: St Patrick and St. Paul cemetery, Watkins.
Marengo Walter G. Halverson, 84 Denison. Graveside services Saturday at 3:30 Marengo cemetery.
Manchester John ll Bester, 54. Saturday at 8:30
Petition Asks Fireman's Suit Be Dismissed
City Atty. David McGuire has filed a petition in federal bankruptcy court to dismiss the peti-
Mrs. Wilbert turn of Fireman Jerry Lee Buol 51. Saturday at I . ^,u. . ,
against F ire Chief Edsel Mc-
the Chapel of Memories at 10:30 ros(or reductions tun. Monday by the Very Rev. |f the Canon DA. l^oferrki of St.
John's Episcopal church.
Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Sunday. The casket will not be opened at the chapel.
name of American Seed,of her own money as a show of Brokers, which he admitted was confidence. a non-existent company. Charlotte Henderson, 56, of
Dealerships Central City, told police she was
He also said he sold three approached by the pair while in
reed dealerships for $350 each the target store. 4501 First ave-
but that no seed was ever deliv- nuc SE. The women said they
ered to the buyers. And he took bad found $20,000 and would
The petition sets out that the out fa,se newspaper advertise-:share it with her if she would
vouth suffered a broken left leg merits concerning the seed. PaY taxes on it
in a traffic accident near K,rshen advised dismissal of
Amana and was taken to thelother char8es a8ainst Geigerjto . rcon :tKHrpu,
hospital for treatment. !smce be said that Geiger will Mrs. He njdler s_o
It alleges Dr. Naden failed to mabc restitution of up to $4,000 money from a savings account.
ted. under departmental rules. ^ a,ert tor specific osteomyeli-|£ individual? who lost money rn
to comment on whether the j infections and failed to se- * . ....
cure accurate laboratory re- The father of seven children,
ports concerning the onset of Geiger could have been fined bacteriological infections. SI<200 and given a one-year pris-
It alleges the other defendants on sentence, failed to perform laboratory! Shorten Trial
will have any efficiency of the
Both Chief McMickle and Steinbeck, however, gave assurances protection would not suffer from the changes.
Protection is still adequate, 'Steinbeck said, but the absence 24. of additional men could mean a was lower fire rating in the long run. au. with the result of higher insur-Fairfield. j ance in Cedar businesses.
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(be The changes announced Kri-
Darlene Downs, to day marked the second time in was married in Cedar a week overtime policies were
Police said the women drove a bank in Alburnett where
The group returned to the Target store and told Mrs. Henderson to wait 20 minutes until they finialed meeting with an attorney who was handling the situation.
One of the suspects was de-
. ^ a ,a , A . , scribed as 5 feet 6 inches, thinly
ests carefully and to communa As a result of pre-trial confer- bui|t about
Richard Gerald Wolfe, jr of 1044 Tenth avenue SE, killed Wednesday in an tomobile accident in Pa. He was born Rapids April 13, 1949 .Surviving ar*' his wife, former whom hi
115 pounds, wearing
a green dress with a red and
4 .green top and a beige sweater. rn connection with the Interstate‘The othcr suspect was de.
. .. .. a,C^j Seed Brokers. scribed as 5 feet 8 inches tall,
negligence, he suit contends. Kirshen said lf the pair is con-thi ) buj„ about 120 pounds.
Ackermans leg is permanently|noted on these charges, counts wjlh,short reddish-browT hair.
wearing a blue dress with white polka dots and white
cate results of tests to tire plain- onces, Wolf and Sarby will ini-tiff or to insure that the results j Rally be tried for their activities were communicated.
As a result of this
rates for individuals and stiffened at the knee, and he has .from other indictments dealing she was
!suffered and- will suffer pam.jwith other firms will be
loss of earnings, psychiatric in- dropped
jury and pain and medical bills. TbjSi he said, will consider-The medical expenses were ably shorten what he estimated
Rapids Feb. IO. 1969; a daugh- changed for city employes. Mickle, .Safety Commissioner (t.r Michelle Ann; a son, Mi ()n Wednesday, all employes James Steinbeck and the civil!chad Richard; his father, Rich fire and police weir
ard G. Wolfe. Cedar Rapids; his!brought under new regulations
Rinds lawyer in April rent quested an injunction from bankruptcy Referee William Thinnes to keep Buol from being
Mary’s Catholic church. Wake Friday at 8, Bohnenkamp’s. South English Ella May
Glandon, 74. Sunday at 2:30, Webster Methodist i hureh. Powell’s.
dismissed from the ment for filing
foster father, Gerald W Brown. Cedar Rapids; a brother. Ed-1 ward Poppe, Monticello; two stepbrothers. Richard Burns. Moline, and William Burns. Cedar Rapids.
Services: 1:30 pin Monday in Kulm funeral home east by the
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In his petition, McCune asked(Hardy J. Powers of First for dismissal on the ground that Church 0f Jhe Nazarene. Burial Buol’? complaint "tails to state|()ak Hi||. Friends may call at a claim against the defendants!Kuba fu|iera, h()|lu, east after j
upon which relief can lie granted.”
Further, the petition con I tinues. “the court lacks jurisdie
31) YEARS AGO Senator (ill lette D la. proposed iii a senate
lion over any employer-employr resolution that the U.S. under
relationship existing tin' plaintiff and tin ants."
A hearing on the matter be scheduled
take to provide temporary de tent ion care for Jewish and other Kuro|H»an war refugees at Ellis Island or at special reception centers
prompted by amendments to the federal fair labor standards aet.
Among other things, the amendments require time and one-half to lie paid for all overtime, and because of restrictions on its use. practically eliminate the practice of giving compensatory time off instead of overtime pay.
Fire anil judice are treated separately by the act, and are not to come under its rules until Jan I. 1975.
Asked if the action taken Friday would have been taken Jan. I, anyway. Steinbeck said he could not say that definitely would have happened “We would have had to do something about it. though,” he conceded
set at $3.193 65, hut the other damages were not specified as to amount
Is Back in Office
Public Improvements Com ] missioner Richard Phillips was back at work Friday morning, after a brief stay in Mercy hos-i pital.
Phillips collapsed at work Wednesday afternoon and was] taken to the hospital complaining of stomach pains
He said his difficulties were I apparently caused by a reaction] to medicine he is taking for back trouble
Thursday to bo week trial ”
a “five- to seven-
collar and cuffs.
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