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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - September 7, 1966, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 Mes Alburnett Deputy cont cont from Page 7 on summer nights Young people Park on main Street to talk to see whats happen ing nothing much is unless you drive to the City where Many residents work but August 10 Kuehl arrested five youths and a juvenile on the Al Burnett main Street charging them with unlawful Assembly three were charged with interfering with the ser vice of Legal process one was the son of a City Council Man Kuehl and his brother Jim Marshall at Cen trial City took the you the to Linn county jail where they spent the night they were taken to Justice of the peace Powers court in Ber Tram for charging pow ers set a total of in Bonds Kuehl told the citizen times that the boys Between 18 and 24 were telling motorists to ignore a newly installed signal Light on main St Reet on of a Motorist he twice asked the boys to Dis Perse they did not and Kuehl placed them under arrest the stoplight is unnecessary and Dama View of some Al Burrietta businessmen placement is one of several actions taken by Kuehl which has irritated a Large segment of the townspeople he has held Blanket License checks and written traffic violations two Days after the Arr est parents friends and relatives of the six App eared at the Council meeting to protest that the Marshall was too strict at this time the City Council backed Kuehl shortly afterwards the plot not Only thickened but changed course Kuehl told the citizen times that he had been hired as1 town Marshall at per month he was promised a Job As a school bus Driver at per month to supp Lement his salary after the above Council meeting the Job offer was withdrawn Kuehl feels somebody got to the school to then 9 the charges against the boys were dismissed sheriff Grant said that the City attorney fran Cis j Pruss requested county attorney Jack Fulton to drop the Char Ges sheriff Grant told the citizen times that i cant find out Why the charges were Dis missed Pruss is reported to have said the charges were dismissed because Kuehl could not properly identify the alleged Cul prits a defense att Orney for one of the boys filed a demurrer which asserts that the information filed with the arrest did not describe a crime having been committed Davy Jones but sheriff Grant insists Kuehl acted pro Perly saying that Kuehl was faced with a group of youths who would not obey the lawful instructions of a police off icer a few Days after the dismissal of charges a special Council hear ing met in Alburnett Kuehl had informed them that he could not stay on the Job without More Money they off ered him a a month increase Kuehl said the Council had added some stipulations to his duties he was not to write any More traffic tickets was not to go on investigations unless called for was not to Wear his uniform except at night and he was not to arrest persons for intoxication he was instructed to take them Home mayor Raymond Atz said that Kuehl was not hired strictly As a Marshall the other duties were really what he was hired for the other duties in clude water works superintendent meter cont0 on next Page by Sam Leff weve beat the firehouse Crew Here Chris Good thing 1 came along from the look of that fire there Gonna need any hand around i guess that makes one too Volunteer firemen m u 5 Ftp offal ref hit re Virv di1m by int carry 6asoline fear feeling the jump were equipped to spread foam tamed Quick disaster and i know enough right now to 5av this shows Gonna explode this town memory fighting training by Uhd fur Here de take untie the lines Chris in Gonna run her into open water Aye Aye but in coming aboard too this is a woman enough gasoline on that ship to Send it into Clear the area Davy and i Are moving this lets get her going fast Davy i told you in doing this alone theres no time to argue 50 Long m u s pit if hit Rcpt retd undid fit turf Anodic inc one of them has knocked the other overboard so Long Vou crazy Foo youll be killed for sure what going

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