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THE CEDAR RAMTS Daily Record--- Mr 10 The Weather. Htcti and low UmptrAturt Friday And inch ol pfecipllUou B(imrrh HI 4A , Mlnnniolli 71 41 . (hlruo M 41 Nm Orlen Ml W . Denver On tH M (Bnilia 1 4ft . Dnlntli Aft ft Tt t nrk M W . L, Anfelna A7 57 fheonlt l Mi UUmi 77 M . iMntlle 7ft 4ft . Iowa Forecast Partly cloudy Sunday, little change, high 75-82; partly cloudy and mild Monday with chance of scattered ihowcix. C. R. Weather. High Friday Low ovei night . Noon. Saturday 2 pm. Saturday PreoiMtdtion Total for May Nonna! for May Noima! through Mav .. Total to date in 1958 Bdrrtrm tei .it noon, falling Humidity at 2 p m Wind dneition and velouty at Munmpnl an port at noon S.itui -day, SSW at 15 with gusts to 25 mph Sun rise s Sunrt i i, 4 51, sun acts, 7 16, moon uses, 1 05 am Tear Ago Today High trm-peiature, 58, low, 48, precipitation, 0 99 Degree Days. Friday Total to date Through May 9 lat year Pirient of normal tar Total normal year Mississippi Stages. LaCrosM 4 8, no change. Laming 7 7, no change Dam No 9 13 6 fall 3 McGregor 7 1, fall 1 Dubuque 7 8, fall 4 Davenport 4 9, tall .1 Keokuk 2 4, fall 2. Fires. Shoit in starter switch of car parked in fiont of 516 10th av SE at 12 14 p m F riday, company No 4 Short In n frige r dor motor at 143 5th ave SW it 1 39 p m Fridas, companns No 1, 2, and aerial No. 2. 76 53 77 79 None 0 06 3 59 11 40 3 49 2'l Bb 45r, Gasoline overllovv fiom car ati 1st act and 4th st SE at 2 01 p m Friday, company No 4 Gasoline leaking from lank of car parked in 400 Mock of 1st ave. E at 3 03 p m. Fudav, company No. 1. Flush oil, gasoline and antifreeze off street at 1st avr and 10th st E at 12 42 a in Saturday, company No 3. Municipal Court. (Police division.) Traffic signal v iolatlona Charles Schmitt, 853 14th st NE, $10. Robert Greene, 948 Mnple-j - , . wood drive NE, $5 Mrs. John L. Crumbaugh, 1640 this about giving cars to all the Violation of llrense restriction !Nlnt, st NW, passenger in a pietty girls m Hollywood " Clair Ellis, Ryan, forfeited $10 1 ar operated bv hei husband bond Suffoilng lacerations and a pos- 1 allure to have car under eon- "-ble hip fracture, she was listed trol Gordon Aukeiman, 124 23rd st dr SE, $15 John DaiiRhcrty, 414 10th a vi SE, $10 School signal violations Rudolph Richter, 1815 5th ave SE, and Joseph Wilhelm, Blairstown, each $10 Speeding Leo McMann, 1612 7th ave SE, $15. LeRoy Lamholt, 208 12th st. SE, $10 Driving wrong way on one way street Frank Smejkul, lr , 529 7th ave SE, $5. Excessive noise S y 1 v e s t e r Handley, jr, 270 Miller ave. SW. $2 Stop sign violations Mearl Fowlie, 916 Maplewood drive NE, and Ruth Salome, 719 A ave. NE, each $2 Driving left of renter lane Joseph Hightower, 616 7th st SE, $ 1 5 Disorderly conduct Michat 1 Hervev, Ottumwa, and George Schifmachcr, Dubuque, each $10 Civil Suits Filed. ll.ill-Fkfc It. Inc , vs Gene C Rucker, Vinton, and Velma Ruck-, r, Cedar Rapids, $83 75 for merchandise R G Bauseh vs George Donald Beacon. 1230 33rd st NE, $100 for medical cervices St Lukes hospital vs Jess V and Delores Martin, 12184 2nd st SE, $109 90 for services Metcy hospital vs Mrs Edward (Audiev) Stangl, route 2, $84 70 Tor services. Iowa-Illinols Gas and Electric Company vs Biookcie Stravhorn 1024 10th ave SE. $22.43 for gas. Maxs Groierv vs Donald J and Mvrtle Wright, 1616! 9th st. SF $54 42 for merchandise Frank Petras vs laiwnnre A and F ranees E Peterson, 4443 C ave - NE, $56 44 for insurance policies Asco Loan Company vs Albert Sundberg and Truman Match, $293 59 against Sundberg and $300 against Marsh on promissory notes. Duraelean Company I H, M G . Katherine and Irl H Marshall, Jr , and Marjorie McCarthy vs. Frank N Warren, 1513 Bevcr ave SE, $539 on promissory note. Iowa Deaths Letts Servtres for Oliver Mc-Grew, 79, Sundav at 2, United Brethren church Body at Stephens' in Columous Junction Edge wood Services for Mrs Funeral Pieces of Rare Beauty Nrfost tributo ( tha mamsry of tha dapartad U ana af our xqimittly arrangtd flaral piacai, aprayt of wreaths. - JOHN ELaPES 301 3rd An, SI CM S-SSI1 3330 Mt. Varna Rd. EM 34223 GAZETTE: Sat., May 10. 1958 1059 Alton Rizer, 72, being arranged at Appleton's. Conroy Services for Albeit Olson, 93, Monday at 1 30, First l.uthmm chuich. Body at Jones' in Williamsburg I Ikader Services for Arnold Hothlisberger, 43, Monday at 2, Witts Manchester Services for Floyd E. Boy land, 80, Monday at 2, Gill's Toledo Services for Mrs Chuiles Benesh, 88, being arranged at Henderson. Central City Services for Mrs Fled Whiting, 72, Monday at 2, Federated chuich Body at Pass moi e s -Communists- (Continued from Page 1 ) ing this week and made public S.iturd.iv Khrushchev said the Soviet Union must give top priority to heavy Industry if it Is to over take th- US in 1 the shortest histoiiral period of time To achieve Its plan, he said, it tumls ready to ordi l industrial equipment from the i.ipitalist nations, including Britain, West Germany and the U S 'Will Close Gap. We will close the gap which "epaiates us from the U S in the economic field without resorting to ballistic missiles or atom and hvdiogcn bombs," he said "We will m ike socialism triumph bv developing our production and ae e umulating our resources 'Winn we reach the American pe r capita level of production we will leave the capitalist world far behind us Our country w ill then win over the universe bv giving its workers the highest living standard "Capitalism will fall like a dead branch from a tree, while the forces of communism will attain such a degree of power that nobody will dare attack them hhiushehev concluded he speech bv quoting a Chinese in f.uily good condition Saturday Josrph A. Osvold, jr, of Inde-C,ir8tl Dominie an He- pendenre, driver of ihe McondPulc, dictator is spending a mil,-car, for severe lacuations on the - - left side of his head Hospital officials said his condition was good Saturday. John Crumbaugh, who suffered a eu! lip He was released following titatment The Crutnbuugh machine was traveling west on First avenue and the Osvold vehicle eHst when John E. Luke, they collided. Firemen were called John E Luke 48 of 213 Fifth to flush gasoline, oil and anti- st sw died Saturday. Bom in freeze off the street after the ac- Cedttr county March jg, 19i0, he had lived in Marion and Cedar ..... l . , ... Rapids nearly all his life. A ma lt Idle a wrecker wu towing the hlst al the Cedar Rapids Crumbaugh machine from the ; ac-E g lng company, he was cide.it scene. Patrolman John t0 Genevieve Jacque in Beardsley, directing traffic B c dar Raplds Nov. 21, 1930. i end It lulliinln afvAnl , j j Surviving are his wife and 4 First avenue and Eleventh street E, was almost hit by a passing motorist Police charged Larry K Butterfield. 717 Thirty-fourth st NE, with failing to obey a traffic officer'! signal. Nod to Railroad In Crash Verdict PHOENIX (AP) A Maricopa county superior court jury decided in favor of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company Thursday night In a $520,000 damage suit stemming from the nations worst car-train collision. The suit was filed bv Cecilia B. Alires, administratrix of the estates of 9 of the 12 persons killed when a car collided with the Southern Pacifics Golden State Limited Dec 18, 1956, at a southwest Phoenix crossing. All 12 killed were occupants of the car. The onlv survivor in the Jam-packed 1937-model car was Crucita Allres, 3, Cecilias niece Nine member of the Allres family died In the crash. Touriats In Britain. LONDON (AP) Britain drew 1 48 000 foreign tourists in the first quarter of 1958, 11 more than in the same nenod last year, the Eiitish Travel and Holidays Assn, announced. Mora than half were reported to hav come In by plane. Iloovers 34th. WASHINGTON (AP) J. Ed gar Hoover, 63, Saturday marked the 34th anniversary of his ap' pomtment as FBI director. 0ur lt service ' to everyone r - I - cost I entirely I JOHN 8, a milter of J TURNER personal choice I 8 SON Trujillo Car Gifts to Kim, Zsa Zsa Told HOLLYWOOD (AP) The son of Goneralissimo Tiujillo of the Dominican Republic has bestowed foreign sports cars on Actresses Kim Novak and Zsa Zsa Gabor, says a Hollywood iinjorted-car dealer. The cars repeatedly cost Lt Gen. Rafael Trujillo, jr , $14,300 Trujillo, 29, is hospitalired in Santa Monica after an operation to cure his sinus trouble But before he entered the hospital he and Miss Novak were seen to- gether frequently in Holly wood .law, appeals on the quadrennial night spots - . There was no comment about the purchases coming from the general, who has been in Los Angeles 6 weeks, although his official status in this country Is as a student at the U S. army command and staff college at Fort Leavenworth, Kan Keeping It for Him. Miss Novak readily acknowledged receiving an $8,700 car from the geneial She added, however, that she thought he just wanted Mer to keep it for him until he finished his school chores in Kansas, Miss Gabor said she had known Trujillo and members of his family for 3 years, that they were "very, very good friends'' of hers and that Trujillo gave her a car as a Christmas gift last year Asked if there were a romance, she said onlv "Hes a wondeiful friend and I'm very, very fond of him Seemingly annoyed bv published references to the automobile gifts, Miss Gabor said "Whv dont they mention he gave $25,-000 tp the Damon Runvon cancer fund just 2 weeks ago'" Like a Bracelet. Informed that Trujillo recently bought a $12,000 car for himself, and that her car was reported registered with the state department of motor vehicles in her name. Miss Novak said1 "It must be some kind of a secret gift Honestly, I know nothing about It bring mine. Anvway, a gift like that to Rafael Is like a trinket to other mrn, like a bracelet. I mean just like a novelty bracelet." She declined to discuss rUmors of a romance "These are trying times in the world and these questions will make it embarias- "He is a wonderful gentleman, and an honor to his great father, who is doing a world of good for his country. It is a shame to bring his name into a storv like Trujillo and his father recently came in for criticism in longicss over the yontig mans military education in the U S. lt was lion dollais to support his son in this country. The Dominican Ri public was recently given $1,-300,000 by the U.S. in foielgn aid. children, Jack, Terry and Susan Luke and Sandra Sturm, all of Cedar Rapids Services. Rohn funeral home Monday at 2 p m bv the Rev. Howard Strong of Olivet Presbyterian church Burial Cedar Memorial Friends may call at 4ie chapel Sunday. City Briefs Undergoes Surgery Velma Kruse Turner, 756 Thirtieth bt dr SE, underwent aurgery in Mercy hospital Friday. Mother Dies Mrs. John Imoehl, 79, mother of Dr J J. Imoehl, 1253 First ave. SE, died Friday night it Ossian. Services will be held at Ossian Monday. Marlene King now associated with Lanas Hairstyling Shop, 524 2nd st. SW. EM 4-5387. Adv. Gun Recovered A .38 caliber revolver taken fiom the residence of Bill Davis, 714 Eighth st. SE, on April 25 was recovered Friday Police said the gun was found by Mrs Louis Whitney, 4127 Mt Vet non rd. SE, in her back yard Mothers day corsages, plants, and bouquets Piei sons Florists, 1800 Ellis Blvd NW. EM 4-9121 Open Sunday until 5. Adv. Limb Hits Can A limb of an American elm foil on a car owned bv LaVerne R. Martin lata Friday afternoon. The auto was parked m front of Martins residence, 2 1 1 Eighteenth st. NE. Police said the car was a total loss. Student Editor Jim Lewis, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs James Lewis, 1011 Third st. SW, has been named editor of College Chips, student newspaper at Luther college. Lewis is also president of the coUege choir. License Suspension -Judt Donald Barnes recommended Saturday In municipal court that the driver's license of Joseph Hightower, 618 Seventh st. SE, be suspended for 30 days. High-lower pled guilty to a charge of driving left of the center lane. Loras Students Two students from the Cedar Rapids area have been elected to the posts of treas urer and secretary of the student senate for 1958-59 at Lora college. They are William J. Dougherty of Marion, a pre-medical sophomore, and James A. Sullivan, 913 McKinley ah SE, a junior majoring in philosophy, Board of Review To Hear Appeals . Monday at 2 p.m. Tht Cedar Rapids board of reviews next meeting to hear property sssessment appeals will be held at 2 pm. Monday on the city hulls fifth floor. City Assessor Wencil W. Kullsh said Fi Ida v that tne new date was set after 3 previous public meetings produced ho formal objections to the valuation placed by his office this year. Three property owners appeared before the board to discuss 1957 revaluation natters, he reported, but after aa explanation they did not file formal appeals. Kulish noted that under slate i evaluation of real estate can be taken only in the year the assessment was made. That was 1957 in Cedar Rapids. Only new construction and personal property were assessed this year along with monies and credits as usual The board of review has been checking on- certain delinquent reports, Kullsh indicated, and considering wajs to get them in earlier to avoid delays in office work -State Schools- (Continued fiom Page 1 ) by Ihe people at the general elec tion on Nov. 4, 1958; or II. By an appropnatlon In 1959 and a bond issue election in 1960 which would require- (a ) An appropriation by the general assembly at its next regular session ( 1959) of not less than $26 000,000 from the general fund to begin said building program at the state institutions of higher learning, and (b) Action by the same general assembly authorizing a vote of the people at the general elec tion in November, 1960, on Incurring a state debt for the unappropriated balance of said $88,-000 000 and issuing 20-year gen eral obligation bonds secured by a dlreit tax to pay for buildings, land andVitilities at the state institutions of higher learning, and (c ) Approval of said bond issue by the people at the general election in November, 1960. Cites 'Many Dry And Lean Years' In College Building IOWA CITY A general bond issue to make up for "many dry and lean years in capital improvements in the Iowa system of higher education was urged Friday by Harry H. Hagemann president of the Iowa board of regents. The Waverly attorney ad dressed Older of Coif initiates of the University of Iowa college of law following a Supieme Court day ceremony in which he becume 195's honorary initiate into the group Citing capital appropriation figures of recent years for higher education in Iowa and neighboring states, Hagemann said. "The board of regents believes that no effective long-range planning can be accomplished under the present system, and that long-range planning can be best accomplished by a general bond issue for capital improvements. It would be difficult to exaggerate the University of Iowas need for capital improvements," he told the SUI honor seniors in law. Averaged $53,000. "From 1931 to 1945 the total capital improvement appropri ations from the general assembly for the university were only $740 000, or an average of $53,-000 per year From 1945 to 1957 they wore a total of $6 641,000, or an average of $553,000 annually But during the same 12 years (1945-57 ) Kansas appropriated $12,792,000; Nebiaska $11,500,-000, Indiana $21,900,000 and Minnesota $29,000 000, he said And as a result of conflicts between the governor and certain members of the general assembly, capital improvements, repairs and alteiationa for the 1957-59 biennium were lost by a veto, Hagemann said. This financial support situation has aggravated critical building needs in the face of -rising enrollments and aging university buildings. Almost all SUI educational buildings, for instance, aie more than SO years old geology, 73, electrical engineering, 67, East hall, 60; Schaeffer, 58, zoology, 55; engineering, 52; physics, 45; and dentistry, 41, he noted. With a university enrollment expected to exceed 16.000 by 1970, time Is running out It takes approximately 3 years to complete a large building project from the time of the appropriation to occupancy, he explained. Hagemann expressed the board of regents pride In the fact that such major university operations as the dormitory system, Intercollegiate athletics and Iowa Memorial Union support themselves without requiring state funds. Beneficiaries. He called the new Coif mem' bers and other law seniors bene-ficiaries of the Iowa system, soon to have responsibilities to give future generations educational opportunities at least equal to those which they have re ceived. "You are the, finished product of the Iowa system and the American system, and your lives reaffirm the value of this system of education," Hagemann said. Seniors in law initiated into the Order of Coif were Harold D. Vietor, Ackley; Arthur D. Peterson, Burlington; Edward C. Halbach, jr.. Clinton; James M Adams, Council Bluffs; Ronald E. Fenton, Des Moines; Robert E Pfaff, Ft. x Dodge; William F. Sueppel, Iowa City; John A. Sen-neff, Mason City; Donald 5J Brown, Ruthven, and William F. jWillier, Waterloo, Affempf To Steal Car-Bit by Bit-Being Investigated Linn county authorities Saturday were investigating an apparent attempt to steal a car piece by piece William Maudslev of Palo reported Fridav that during the last week thieves had taken headlights, tailhghta and carburetor control from a car parked In front of his house They started on the' hood, he reported, but hadnt completed the job Two buiglanes were reported Saturday Mrs. B J. Krcmenak, 612 F.leventh ave. SE, repotted a portable radio taken by burglars who broke Into a Chain Lakes cabin on the John Ryan farm sometime since May 4 Godfrey Novak, 1726 Third ave. SE, reported several . rods and reels and a 6-volt flashlight stolen during the last week by burglars who broke into a 14-foot house trailer on the Ed Hurtl farm, northeast of the Cedar river bridge on highway 30. Pleads Innocent To Drunk Driving Milo L. Wolrab, 64, of 704 Second st. SW, pled Innocent in Linn county district court Saturday to a drunk driving charge filed as a result of an accident Friday night in Palo Wolrab was arrested by Highway Patrolman Charles Fels and Deputy Sheriff Harry Ackerman who had been sent to check a car in a ditch a mile west of Cedar Rapids on highway 74 A short time before, the mayor of Palo had reported Wolrab as the driver of a hit-run car which struck a car owned by Helen Schmied, 1139 Oakland road NE He was reported heading for Cedar Rapids on highway 74. Judge Rules Oats Are Agricultural Commodity The dispute over whether corn, onts, hogs and beans are agricultural commodities was decided Saturday bv District Judge B. J Maxwell They are. Following a hearing Friday, a ruling was filed Saturday adjudging that employes of the Midwest Farm Management Company are agricultural employes exempt from the Iowa employment security tax. Costs were taxed to the state The plaintiff offered evidence during Fridays hearing. The state did not. The farm management firm argued in its suit, filed in February, that the state employment secunty commission erred in its interpretation of a federal law defining agricultural Workers. Under the commissions interpretation, the firm said, the only agricultural woikers would be those producing crude gum and products, meaning "in effect that corn, oats, hogs and beans and other Iowa products are not agri-cultural commodities Suit To Evict Couple From Apartment Filed Suit to evict a couple from the apartment house at 5U8 Fifth aVe SE was filed Friday in Linn county district court. Hearing on the suit was set for next Friday at 9 am. Plaintiffs are Robert and Hazel Mel&ha. Defendants are Mr. and Mrs. Jess Humphrey. The plaintiffs ask eviction of the defendants because they are $12 in arrears on the $2 daily rent and because they have allegedly violated other conditions of the oral rental agreement. 4 Months Suspended On Lewdness Charge Fred E Free, 21, of 800 Sixth st SW, was given a 4-month suspended county jail sentence Saturday after he pled guilty to a charge of lewdness. The suspension was conditioned on good behavior. Free was arrested Thursday on a warrant charging an offense with a high school student with whom he had been going steady." Man Pleads Guilty to False Utterance Count One man pled guilty Saturday to false uttering of a check and another was given time to enter a plea. Carl E- Armstrong, 40, of Dav- f imf w V ) IT IS TULIP AT CEDAR MEMORIAL PARK CEDAR MEMORIAL PARK - 4200 FIRST AVENUE EAST enport, was sentenced to 30 days In the county jail for passing a $10 no account chetk last June 26 at Charlie1 Place in Cedar Rapids. " t Thomas Dyer, 44, of Pittsburg, Kan., asked for appointment of an attorney when arraigned Saturday morning. One was Appointed and Dyer was given until 10 a m. May 14 to enter a plea. Foreclosure on Note Asked by Loan Assn. Bohemian Savings and Loan Association filed suit Friday ask-uig foreclosure of a promifscry note and chattel mortgage against John C. and Mildred K. Wetter. The mortgage, on lot 10 of Highland Park Second addition to Cedar Rapids, covers 3 notes for a total of $4,600, given between 1945 and 1952. Still owed, the association says, is $1,986 83. It asks judgment for that amount, plus couit and other costs, and asks sale of the property tq satisfy the judgment. Two Dismissals. Two dismissals were filed Saturday In district court. They were in the forgery case of the state against Wesley K. Gates, alias Wallace A. Gordon, dismissed on motion of the state, and the account suit of Larry P. Lawrence against Mrs. Frank Naibert, dismissed with prejudice following an out-of-court settlement Guardian Suit. ' Suit asking appointment of a guardian for Mane Siochert was filed Friday by Lenore Goodwin, her sister. The plaintiff, asking that she be appointed the guardian, said the defendant is incapable of taking care of hi r own property and that it may be dissipated unless the guardian is appointed. Conviction Upheld. The speeding conviction of James R Null, Westland road NW. appealed to district court April 11, was upheld Saturday after the appellant declined to defend the case further. The court ruled Null had been properly convicted in municipal court and upheld the $10 fine. W. L Smith filed suit against Elmer Van Gorham Saturday to collect $451 24 in damages resulting from an auto accident Oct 21, 1957, at First avenue and Fifth street West Smith charges that Van Gorham negligently ran into the rear of his car. Cutler Hardware Company of Waterloo asks judgment for $203 05 in an account suit filed Saturday against Leo French, doing business as French Hardware in Coggon. The plaintiff savs merchandise was delivered to the defendant between Nov. 11 and Nov. 18, 1957. George P and Edna A Gross! of Illinois filed suit in Linn county court Saturday against C Dudley and Marian C. Warner, listed onlv as residents of Iowa Basis of the suit is a $2,455 38 judgmi tit awarded last Dec 20 in the superior court of Cook county, HI A judgment for costs waa sit aside Saturday. In the case of Hassen Igiam and Albert Kali'll against George and Mayme Seeley, the case had been dismissed with costs taxed to the plaintiffs That judgment was set aside and costs were taxed to the defendant Marsha Aldridge of Andalusia 111, filed a uniform support suit Fridav against her husband, llar-vev Aldridge of Cedar Rapids The suit asks the court to force the defendant to support her and their son. 2 People Bitten By Dogs Friday An 11-year-old Cedar Rapids boy was bitten by a dog Friday evening while he was riding his bicycle in the 1100 block of Fifteenth ave SE Treated at Meicy hospital was Robert Sells, 1528 Fifteenth ave SE, who was riding by the residence of Mrs. Mabel Webster, 1106 Fifteenth ave, when her dog bit him on the calf of his left leg Sells was released and Mrs Webster promised police she would keep her dog confined. A dog owned by Mr. Melvina M. Gores, 853 Fifth ave. SE, bit her several times on the left leg Saturday morning. She waa treated at Mercy hospital and released. Dahlberg Asks Halt. ST. LOUIS (AP) Dr. Edwin Dahlberg, president of the National Council of Churches, called Friday for an immediate end to nuclear weapons tests as a first step toward disarmament. I- v .. i rn 5 $ TIME i r 4 U . I r i J ! p EVERYONE is cordially invited to drive out this weekend to see the tens of thousands of beautiful tulips now in bloom. BE SURE to visit the floral displays inside the Chapel of Memories while at the Park. u Legion Head, for Pentagon Plan; Asks More Arms ST. LOUIS (AP) American Legion support of President Eisenhower Pentagon reorganization plan was pledged Saturday by the organizations national commander. But he said more men and arms are needed to insure security. John Gleason of Chicago aid in a speech prepared for a Legion Founders day celebration that there Is compelling cause to be conoerned about national security. If Russia is now denied and can be prevented from attaining superior nuclear, missile and air strength," he said, it certainly commands unchallenged supremacy in conventional arms. Russia has an estimated 2li million in its aimy, he said, while the U S. army by the end of next mpnth will be down to 870,000 Russia has three times as many submarines as America, Gleason said "The secretary of defense needs more than authority to safeguard our nation," he said, "lie needs trained men, arms and equipment us weiL A non-existent army cant put out a biushfire war even though the order to do so came from the secretary of defense ruthcr than the secretary of the army or some held commander. Cyprus, Missile Bases Big Issues In Greek Election By George Androulidakrs. ATHENS (UP) Foreign policv provides the 2 outstanding issues in Sundays geneial election in Greece. Frectlon of NATO missile bases In Greece which in practice would mean the admittance of American missile units to this country and the festering dispute over Cjpius are the 2 top issues Political observers said Premier Constantine Karamanlis outgoing government might eke out a nai-rovv victory on the basis of rts past record But thev -.aid the vote would be close, partlcutailv in view of the spirited campaign put up by the opposition put es. Cyprus Issue. The opposition patties have joined in a concerted campaign against the Karamanlis administration, charging that he has been nothing more than a ves-man in NATO affans and has failed to press demands for a policv of self-determination in Cyprus with sufficient puipose Cyprus has bten a major issue in every Greek election for the last 5 years The island, which has a Greek-speaking majority, is under British rule, but its Greek population wants union witn Gieece. The Turkish-speaking tmtiontv, however, wants union with Tui-ke, while Butain is undecided what policy to follow. The election follows the defeat of the Kaiamanlis government m a confidence vote Karamanlis, a lawyer turned politician, has been In power since January, 1956, when his National Radical union wqn 47 5 of the popular vote in a geneial election. Reject Bases, Chief opposition party is the Libel a Is, the partv of former Premier Sophocles Veruzelos They have campaigned strenuously since the dissolution of the last parliament ort a platform whose main plank has been rejection of American missile bases Most parties, including the National Radical union, are against bases, but the Liberals have come out in strongest opposition The Liberal election manifesto said no discussion on the setting up of missile bases should be permitted until a favorable settlement has been negotiated on the Cyprus question The manifesto did not indicate, however, whether the Liberals would vote for oi against bases in a parliamentary showdown wijjssf jn . aw r r -I E. St t Is aV w If afc , PHOTOGRAPHER 1121 1st Ave. SE By Appointment Only EM 2-7141 Churches Set Services for Ascension Day The following Cedar Rapids churcfies have announced Ascension day services: Bt John's Episcopal Communion Thursday at 6, 7.30 and 10 a m. Trinity Lutheran Thursday at 7 30 p in , sefmon: Why Not Look Up? -Johnson- (Continued from Page 1 ) Johnson, who testified his oidcr was the outgrowth of hia interpretation of Judge Hullingei s ruling, agreed to rescind the older if the judge would "clarify and explain his ruling Members of the Linn Countv Bar Association met with Johnson several months ago to tell him that his ruling was illegal and Attorney Eldcrkin pressed that point Friday. Hr riled supreme court rulings which declared such Investigative reports to be matter of public record. Johnson said he consulted Judge Hullinger Immediately after the judge had dismissed th city's charge last January, and was told that all reports aie confidential Judge Hullinger was not at Fridays healing. Eldcrkin s,(id Johnsons ruling has cost lawsuit plaintiffs and defendants gieut additional ix pense since police officers mu t be subpoenaed even for pre-trial talks Attoinev liobeit Ford, counsel for. the defendants in the civil action involving Flderkin, al n questioned Johnson. Available to Prosecution. He established that Johnson u( lived no written ordei fion Judge Hullinger on the math i and had not asked the city al tornev for a written opinion bi -fore issuing the censorship ot der In other words, Ford asked, "these records are available to our department for prosecution in criminal matters, but not to anyone else for civil action?" Thats right, Johnson replied. Fold again reminded Johnson that the bar association committee had told him his action wa illegal "If I thought it was illegal I would rescind it right now ' Johnson said After Johnson left the s( mt Fldei kin took depositions fiom the 2 patrolmen Ruling Clarified By Hullinger The ruling which piompted Safety Commissioner Bob John son to order police olfiieis nm to disclose accident investigation results was clarified Satin day by Judge Loren Hullingei p "Following any a i c i d i n t 'Judge Hullinger said, 2 entneh sepuate repents must be madi The Iowa supreme court has held that the accident report filed with the state is confidential. "The report filed with the local police department is opi n tor public inspection, except loi anv informtaion which has been included in the state report " Judge Hullinger said he i fused to admit the testimony of Traffic Capt. Bill Remington in a municipal court trial last December because there was evidence the captain had assisted the defendant m preparing the state report Howd lt Get In? HOUSTON (AP) A provision m the new citv code prohibits streetcars fiom making unnecessary noise. Houston hasnt had a streetcar In 10 years, and no mu can figure out how the item gol into the code, adopted in Match LAWRENCE WELK salutes Mother's day on Channel 9 Saturday night at 8 00 .ii j -4 & - W f if ,4 , f 1 a A, - ) V aV'V- 4 " V Trt rn N r f - 1 1 A . i . 4 Vf. XSrwV VV.V J : -a Pf t t,'. 4 . - . . . . I . I , MARY JANE MANNING

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