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If Obituaries Mrs. Fred Wright if Jf Collision Puts One in Hospital A Lincoln woman was admitted to St, Vincent Hospital Sunday afternoon with injuries suffered in a two-car collision on U.S. 75 just north of Sioux City. Dorothy A. Snesrud, 20, was listed in "fair" condition at the hospital Sunday evening.
She was a passenger in a car driven by Cindy Mercer, 20, Thedford, Neb. The other car involved in the collision was driven by Leo E. ReilK 72, 1213 Lewis Blvd. A passenger in his car, Sylvester F. Beaulieu, 69, Merrill, Iowa, was to see his own physician for back injuries.
Iowa Highway Patrol Trooper Larry Naber reported that both vehicles were traveling south on the highway and that Miss Mercer's vehicle struck the Reilly vehicle from behind. Miss Mercer ar.d Reilly suffered minor injuries but were not taken to the hospital. Mrs. J. Emil Peterson Funeral services for Mrs.
J'. Emil Peterson, 82, 2830 Chambers will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Augustana Lutheran Church. The Rev. Wade H.
Koons will officiate. Burial will be in Floyd Cemetery under direction of the Nelson-Berger Northside Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be A. Bert Erickson, Clifford Bowman, George McMurray, Hans Rosen, Leonard Swanson and Harold O. Swenson.
Mrs. Peterson died Saturday at a Sioux City nursing home. Nixon From Page One prosecutor in the Teapot Dome scandals of the 1920s. A similar proposal was made by Seargent Shriver, the 1972 Democratic vice presidential candidate, who said five former Supreme Court justices should be asked by the President to appoint a special prosecutor with jurisdiction over "every aspect" of the affair. Sen.
Lowell P. Weicker said the White House may be putting out a deliberately false impression by implying L. Patrick Gray HI was forced out of his job as acting FBI director. The source on the White Mrs. Fred Wright, 90, died Saturday at a Kinsley nursing home.
The former Lillie B. Wright, she was bom Dec. 31, 1882, on a 'farm north of Oto. Her parents, Frank and Clara Livermore, to a farm southeast of Moville for five years, then to Moville, where they operated the Commercial Hotel for several years, and then to a farm a mile east of Moville. She was, graduated from Moville School in 1901, attended mngside College, and taught in rural schools.
She was married Dec. 31, 1902, at the family hom'e east of Moville. They lived on a farm northeast of Moville until moving to town in 1930.. He died Nov. 10, 1942, in Moville.
David 'David Eyer, 3221 42nd died Sunday at a Sioux City hospital after a brief illness. 'He was born June 13, 1901, at Charter Oak, Iowa. He was reared in Charter Oak, and farmed in the Sergeant Bluff area. He married Irene Lqngstreth June 9, 1929, at 'Sergeant Bluff. They farmed until moving to Sioux City in 1942.
He was a custodian for Sipux Tools, Inc. until retiring in-1968. He was a member of Machinists Local 1426. Survivors include the widow; Glenn Funeral services for Glenn Sargeant, 82, 1505 Lacy will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at 'the' Nelson-Berger Northside Funeral Home.
The Rev. Curtis HV Lindahl, pastor of "Mayflower Congregational "Church, will officiate. Burial 'will be in Graceland Park Cemetery. Landmark Lodge Report tonight. 40s.
Highs Tuesday, 50s north and 60s south. Vltraka; Cloudy and cooler today through Tuesday. Chance of occasional rain west and showers east today and tonight, possibly changing to snow extreme west tonight. High today, 40s west to mid 60s southeast. Low tonight, upper 20s west to mid 40s southeast.
Chance of occasional rain or showers central and east Tuesday. Highs Tuesday, 40s west to 50s southeast. South Dakota: Stockmen's advisory extreme west today and tonight. Mostly cloudy with occasional showers today. Colder west today with chance of snow higher elevations of extreme west.
A chance of occasional light snow west, diminishing showers east and colder over the state tonight and Tuesday. Highs today, low 40s extreme west to upper 5us or low 60s extreme east. Lows tonight, upper 20s northwest to 40 extreme southeast. Highs Tuesday, near 40 west to low 50s extreme east. Minnesota: Variable cloudiness through Tuesday with chance of a few scattered showers mainly in southeast today.
No large temperature changes, highs today, upper 40s north to mid and upper 50s south. Lows tonight, upper 20s north to upper 30s extreme south. Highs Tuesday, upper 40s north to mid 50s south. Precipitation Precipitation Sunday None Normal for April 29 .09 Total for April .91 Normal for month 2.16 Departure Minus 1.25 Total year to date 6.62 Normal year to date 5.29 Departure Plus 1.33 River Stages Sioux City, 19.7. minus .1.
Omaha, 7.9, no change. She was a member of the former Federated Guild, the Woman's Club, Delta Alpha, a 50-year member and past warder of Arlington Chapter 428, Order of Eastern Star, a member of the Women's Relief Corps until it disbanded, and a charter member of the Women's Society for Christian Service. Survivors' include two sons, Clare and Cleone, both of Moville, four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church in Moville.
The Rev. Dr. John A. Dowd will officiate. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery at Moville under direction of the McCulloch Funeral Home.
E. Eyer four sons, John of Bronson, Gary of rural Sioux City, and Keith and Edward in Sioux City; two daughters, Mrs. James (Joan) Steveson of Des Moines, Mrs. Ralph Schofield Jr. of Rockland, three sisters, Mrs.
William (Ethel) Kelshiemer of Anthon, Mrs. Edna Rabe of Huntley, Minn. and Mrs. Herman (Esther) Mudt of Charter Oak, and 20 grandchildren. The body was taken to the W.
Harry Christy Funeral Home in Morningside. Sargeant 103, will conduct Masonic rites at the cemetery. Pallbearers will be Walter Muff, John Kvidal, Harry Johnson, Ardon B. Jones, Frank Reed and Gilbert Martin. Mr.
Sargeant died Saturday at a Sioux City hospital after a long illness. Pallbearers Will be Ben Lawrence, Max Jones, Elvin Bayne, Mel Larson, Arthur Mathena and Bud Wahl. Mrs. Roland died Saturday at a Sioux City hospital. Rhubarb is Canada's only fresh winter fruit crop.
i Visit New York tonight by long distance. Tools Stolen Herbert C. Payne. 1314 Irene reported to police Sunday that a tool box and assortment of tools was stolen from his garage sometime after April 15 and before Sunday morning. BUSINESS MEN ARE BUYING THEIR SUITS AT BOB KNOWLERS Oppn Till I P.M.
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Mrs. Joseph Roland Hundreds Honor Dachau Victims DACHAU, Germany (AP) -Hundreds of persons, including former inmates, assembled for a memorial service Sunday at this former Nazi death camp to honor the more than 33,000 persons who perished here. Bonn's minister for city planning and former Munich mayor, Hans-Jochen Voegl, and Justice Minister Philipp Held of Bavaria laid a wreath at the concentration camp in memory of its victims. Raids From Page One bed and handcuffed me and my wife. They had our hands behind our backs.
I was in my underwear and she was in her negligee." "One agent," Giglotto said, held a cocked pistol to his head and said, "You're a dead man. I'm going to kill you, you son of a bitch." The man, Goglotto said, called his wife a bitch and, not knowing they were married, suggested she was an adulteress. "Just shut your mouth or I'll kill you," Giglotto quoted the man as saying after he was asked to identify himself. The man reportedly told Mrs. Giglotto he would kill her husband if he did not tell her where the drugs they sought were hidden.
With 15 raiders in the room and more downstairs, Giglotto said his wife was pleading for his life. Giglotto asked, "Please look at my identification before you kill me." None did, he said. He added the only identification the Giglottos were shown was a gold badge flashed by one of the intruders. Only Mrs. Giglotto caught a glimpse of it.
As they lay trussed across the bed, Giglotto said, another raider walked up the stairs and announced, "Oh, I think we made a mistake." They had torn the house apart and found nothing. The front room was a shambles, littered with books, overturned furniture and a smashed television set. Released from his handcuffs, Giglotto tried to put on his pants, he said, but a raider ripped them out of his hands. "They were as rude leaving as they were coming," Giglotto said. He said he followed them downstairs, demanding an explanation, shouting: "My God, you just kicked in my door, threatened to kill me and my wife, can you tell me what's happening." Giglotto said one of the armed men turned and replied, "Shut your mouth, boy." Askew said the raid on his home began as they were beginning a late dinner after he had stayed overtime at the service station he runs in East St.
Louis. As he held the front door, Askew said Sunday, two men knocked down the back door and levelled two riot guns at him. a man at the front door flashed a gold badge and Askew let them in. Five men, all dressed as hippies, searched the house, looking for a suspect, Askew said. Askew said they showed no warrant.
Askew asked to see a badge again. A man who gave his name as Ted Williams flashed his, Askew said, but all he could read was "special agent" before the badge was put away. Mrs. Askew, lying on the couch, revived. She saw the men with the guns and fainted again.
When she revived again, one of flie raiders told her, "Take it easy, lady. We're really federal officers." Askew said the men were polite. "Outside of kicking the door and scaring the out of us, they were all right." The Askews have filed a $100,000 damage suit in U.S. District Court at Springfield. The Giglottos were to meet with their lawyer Monday morning to determine what course to take.
Weather Temperatures National Smirv Suniluv. April 2), 1973 8 a.m. 5 9 a.m. 58 2 p.m. 71) p.m.
p.m. 5 p. in 6 p. 7 p.m. 73 74 74 71 69 52 10 a.m.
(.11 11 a.m. 62 Vnin fift I p.m. 67 Low High Average Normal average Departure 74 63 56 Plus 7 2 Daily degree days Accumulated daily degree days for month 422 Sunrise, sunset, 8:24. Forecasts Sioux City and vicinity: Variable cloudiness today with chance of a few showers or thundershowers through tonight. Cloudy and cooler with showers continuing Tuesday.
High today, upper 60s. Low tonight, low 40s. High Tuesday, in 50s. Winds north to northeast 8 to 15 m.p.h. today.
Probabilities of precipitation, 30 per cent today, 40 per cent tonight. Iowa: Partly cloudy today with widely scattered showers or thundershowers possible. Highs today, 60s north and 70s south. Chance of showers north and showers or thundershowers likely south tonight and Tuesday. Cooler Tuesday.
Lows Thousands Cheer Emperor Hirohito on 72nd Birthday TOKYO (AP) Emperor Hirohito celebrated his 72nd birthday Sunday, and thousands of his subjects visited the imperial palace to cheer him. The emperor, wearing a cutaway suit, waved to the crowd from behind a bulletproof glass panel. The panel was installed after a man slung a steel pellet at Hirohito during a similar public appearance in 1969. Officials said 24,000 persons visited the palace Sunday morning. Many held small Japanese flags and shouted "Banzai! Banzai!" Long life! Long life! Tasaday Tribe Grows to 28 with Birth of Girl MANILA (AP) The population of the southern Philippine mountain tribe that still lives in the Stone Age has grown to 28 with the birth of a baby girl, it was reported in Manila on Sunday.
The baby was the second born to the Tasaday tribe since it was discovered in June 1971 and placed under protection of the presidential assistant for national minorities. The Tasadays live in a area almost 5,000 feet above sea level amid rain forests in Cotabato Privince, 580 miles south of Manila. They are still the subject of scientific research. Births Behrens In Sioux City, Iowa, April 29, 1973, at St. Luke's Medical Center, to Mr.
and Mrs. Steven Behrens, 4222 Madison a son. Mohr In Sioux City, Iowa, April' 29, 1973, at St. Luke's Medical Center, to Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Mohr, 410 W. 19th South Sioux City, a daughter. Thompson In Sioux City, Iowa, April 28, 1973, at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Thompson, 1205 18th a son. Olson In Sioux City, Iowa, April 29, 1973, at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson, 1307 Grandview a son.
Tolan In Sioux City, Iowa, April 29, 1973, at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Tolan, Jefferson, S.D., a son. 5) Northwestern Bell 'Funeral services for Mrs.
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The Post said at least two other high-level White House officials have concluded Haldeman and Ehrlichman supervised a coverup. And it quoted one source as saying the President and his top advisers are aware of Dean's intentions and are planning a strategy to offset his charges. Dean, the Post quoted its sources as saying, has written a history of his version of the bugging of Democratic party headquarters at the Watergate building and steps taken to prevent public disclosure of it. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew said that if the Watergate affair is not cleaned up by 1974 chances for Republican success in that year's mid-term elections could be damaged.
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