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The Odar Rapids Gatrttt; SaL, Not. It 1961 In li i i I oromweii neaas Veterans Day Event in C.R. Daily Record-- The Weather. Hlffh nd lew tfmiwiturw and Liuhe G! DretiDltittion: V Orl at Call Nrw Vrk 4.1 S'.' Omaha til : Sr.lll. M M Ml Iowa Deaths. Mt. Vernon Joseph Becicka. CO. Services Monday at 1:30. First Presbyterian church near Ely. Brosh's. - Riverside Edmond. W. Hora, services Monday at 10. St Mary' church. Rosary Sunday ;u o, oorncn ana Adams. Orlwrln Kell Bi 11. 77. Services Sunday at 2:30, urants. West Union Mrs. Laurs Morak, 71. Burnham and Wood. Monticello William Schoon, 80. Services Tuesday it 1:30. St. Matthew's chiiiih. ooettsch's. Dorchester Andrew Twite. 65. Services Sunday at 4. Methodist church. Martin's in Waukon. Anamosa Gilbert Hay. 62. Services Monday at 2:30. Goettsch's. Anamosa Mrs. John A. Noon ntiirriav r-isumpson, yu. services lucsaay ivoon Saturday 56 jat , ,3(1 Goottscn.Si 2 p.m. Saturday 60 Belle I'laine Lawrence Coover, 59. Services Monday at 2, Hoover's in Marengo. Pruitr IMtm.rrl kvnt M S? Prnirr (I brlr.il 41 M I. AnitlM la .VI , mui in J Forecast Party cloudy to cloudy southeast, fair , north and west Saturday night A little warmer east portion Saturday night. Sunday, fair to partly cloudy. Low Saturday night In lower 40s. High Sunday 50s northwest to lower HOs southeast. Outlook for Monday -partly cloudy with little change in temperature. C. R. Weather. High Friday 55 Low overnight 38 Rainfall for Nov 2.81 Normal for Nov 2.36 Normal through year ..33.18! : Total for 1961 37.07,500 State Depf. Barometer, falling 29.83 . ' Humidity 57 employes To Get Wind direction and velocitvi n I ! at noon riflK OlipS OOOfl Rt Municipal airport SW at 7 m.p.h. Sun rises Sunday, 6:S3; sun, WASHINGTON (AP) Feis, 4:49: moon sets. 8:43 p.m. About 500 state department low, 29; rainfall, none. Mississippi Stan?. Dubuque 9.0 nochg;pav them. davenport ... nochsj The pink Keokuk 7.1 fall .1 employes will begin getting dismissal notices Wednesday. There isn't enough money to DEATHS slips called "terminations" in the lan guage of government wi become effective early next year. The dismissals, cutting into the department's 7,200-man force here, were ordered because of 'a shortage Services Are Tuesday For Evalina HankiriS of funds for salaries $ Million Less. Evalina Hankins, wife of Samuel Hankins, formerly of 507 Twenty-third stSE. and a Cedar Rapids resident for many years before moving to Friendship Haven, died Saturday following a brief illness. She was born June 20. 1881. She is survived by her husband. Mrs. Hankins was a member of St. Paul's Methodist church, Chapter HJ of PEO, Deputy Undersecretary Roger Jones announced in mid-October that layoffs would be required because congress had provided about $10 million less than the approximately $2igrmillion the department hoped to have for operating purposes this fiscal year. Officials said they didn't know exactly how many would be let out but that at Congressman James E. Bromwell of Cedar Rapids and representatives of veterans organizations joined with approximately 200 persons Saturday in paying homage to veterans in a ceremony in Greene square. "We have learned much about the art of war and lit tle about the art of peace, Bromwell said. "We stand here today to commemorate those who fought for peace "There have been times In the history of the U.S. when we have stood on the brink of destruction. But men have gone forth and prevented this. "it is up to us, the living today, to preserve this hard fought freedom." 1 The hour-and-a-half Veter ans day ceremony was spon sored by Hanford post of the American Legion with music- furnished by the VFW band and St. Patrick's chor al group. Master of ceremonies was B. D. Silliman with the invocation given by the Rev. J. Robert McDon- I aid of St. Patrick's Catho lie church, ! was said by the Rev. N. L. Wogen of St. Stephen's Lutheran church. Chairman of the ceremony was Nick Kersbergen. Aerial salutes were fired each minute starting at 11 minutes to 11 and ending at 11 time of signing of the armistice which ended World war I. A rifle volley fired by the Hanford post firing squad followed. Taps, played by John Mclvor, and echo taps, by Charles Decker, concluded the ceremony. Say De Gaulle Musing About Retirement Now J . . : J.. u , . yrwiuem . ieast 500 will get notices be-the Woman s club. ;,ween NoV- ,5 and Dec .services; i urner cnanei at 10:30 Tuesday. Entombment Chapel of Memories. Friends may call at the chapel after 1 Monday. Services. Sister Mary Thomas Monday at 9:30 in Mt. Mercy college chapel by the Rev. Edgart Kurt. Burial: Mt. Calvary. Friends may call at the Sacred Heart convent after 1 p.m. Sunday. Edwards, Jean Howard Graveside, Linwood, al 4 Saturday by the Rev. D. A. Lo-ferski. Bus Drivers Set Strike Deadline reduced by 25. A strike deadline for midnight. Nov. 19. was set Fri day by members of Cedar,1 To make UP for the cuts in Rapids' bus drivers union. jthe secur'ty staff, other agen-The move came after a!cies such as the FBI and contract offer bv Citv Lines!the Civil Service Commission was turned down. 'Aneelo mav be assigned Carter, union president, said Arrangements are being made to provide employment for the 500 whenever possible in other government agencies. Officials said morale is suffering under the impact of the reductions and noted that many readjustments would be necessary. In Security. One may be in the department's office of security. It is responsible for nrotectinc the secretary rf state fnrpion was treated in M. LUKe S visitors and U.S. embassies. Ihospital and released. and has the job of checking! ftllss aiewan was cnargea on the security of deDart-lu" V,U"U1U ' lllc peeu ment employes. restriction. The security staff, number-, 1 ing about 150 officers, will be Mir If Prcr,n OniC w WWII One Injured in 4-Car Accident One person- suffered minor injuries in a 4-car chain reaction crash in the 300 block of Third ave. SE Friday evening. Police said the accident! happened at about 5:30 p.m when a car driven south on Third avenue by Julie Stew art, Iowa City, collided with the rear of a car driven by Mrs. George Huston, route 2. Police said Mrs. Huston's car was shoved into the rear of one driven by Ralph Lucore, 515 Sixteenth st. SE. Lucore's car in turn struck ihe rear of a car driven by William Koehn, jr., 1221 Thirty-eighth st. SE. Mrs. Huston suffered abra sions and rib bruises, bne By Harvey Hudson. PARIS (AP)-President de Gaulle apparently has been diverting some of his time from the cares of Berlin and Algeria to musings about re tirement The hint slipped out after the austere general talked privately Friday in Marseille to senators and deputies from the region of that Mediterranean port. What he said, and how he said it, was far from clear Several members of the small audience had different versions. The first startling account of what was said in the closed meeting was-distribut-ed by the semi-official French news agency. Finished Soon. Quoting one of the listen ers, the agency said that De Gaulle considered his task will be finished, once the Al gerian situation is settled According to this version, he was supposed to have said, "I am at the end of my road After (an Algerian settle ment) I will retire." BenedictioiTi Wnen tms nevvs ricocheted back to the presidential par ty, reporters started scurrying around to parliamentar ians who had been present. Conflicting versions fell as fast as autumn leaves. Most, however, seemed to agree that the president had expressed the hope that the Algerian war, now in its eighth year, could be stopped within 6 months. He also made vague references to the fact that he must die some day and that the time may come when he might no longer be able, or wish, to continue as chief of state 71 Nov. 22. De Gaulle will be 71 on Nov. 22 his 7yea"r term as president expires in 1966. , But hardly any of the sen ators or deputies could recall that the Algerian settlement and the ruminations about stepping aside had been linked. The ambiguity was not clarified by a statement from the president's office after he returned to Paris Friday night The communi que said: "The remarks attributed Saturday to Geri, de Gaulle by a press agency and re peated by certain news papers concerning his future intentions are contrary to the truth." Out of the welter of state ments, the president's determination to finish as quickly as possible with Al geria was almost lost He once hoped to end the fighting with the nationalist rebels by the end of this year. Now the timetable has been stretched a bit Expects Vote. After a self-determination vote in Algeria which De Gaulle firmly expects to re cord a wish for independence the details of the settlement would be submitted to the French people for ratifi cation. When those important con sultations are concluded, De Gaulle apparently is thinking about calling a new parlia mentary election, such an election might give some clue as to who could step in to the presidential palace De Gaulle has made no move to groom a successor. former Premier Pierre Mende-France professes to see the menace of civil war if De Gaulle should suddenly disappear. Many leftists claim that army officers sympathetic to the right-wing Algerian settlers might try a military putsch. Fraternity To . Honor Foster r ; ! 7C , '1 f f ' t h Saturday Carter termed the contract offer "unacceptable" and said that the union and com pany are "still far apart on wages, fringe benefits and grievance procedures." He said the union is eager to avoid a strike and would meet witn the company at any time' to attempt to iron out difficulties be assigned the in vestigations needed when new persons are employed by the state department, of ficials said. Wreath (Continued from Page 1.) Ike: Understanding . Best Aid to Freedom KANSAS CITY (AP) Uni versal understanding will bring greater freedom throughout the world. Gen. Eisenhower said Saturday. He presided at the first meeting of the reorganized board of trustees of People- to-PeopIe. President Kennedy a band played the national anthem., Thet" President and his party noved into a position in front of the tomb precise ly at 11 a.m. and Kennedy stood ,with his right hand over his heart as the national anthem was played A military aide moved up Philippines Post WASHINGTON (AP)-The White House. announced Saturday the resignation of John Hickerson, U.S. ambas sador to the Philippines and a veteran of more than 41 years in the diplomatic service. Andrew Hatcher, assistant press secretary, said Hicker-son's resignation probably re sulted in part because Mrs. Hickerson has been in ill health. No successor has been ap pointed. Hatcher said. 4 Teen-Agers Dead in Crash announced Wednesday that oen. Eisenhower would be chairman of the board Engineer Dies. ' NEW DELHI AP)-Har-vey Slocum, -75," a self-taught construction laborer who directed' engineers in building some of the world's biggest dams, died Saturday after "a heart attack. Serving Cedar Rapids orer , 5 1 yean w!fh hnh flown JOII.V E. L1PES 308 3rd Avt. . EM 5-051 1 WILKESBORO, N.C. (AP) with the wreath and helpedl-Four teen-agers were killed him carry it to a position in front of "the tomb. Sound Taps. Then, as the honor guard presented arms, there was ruffle of drums and a Many of Youths Died Trying To Escape Flames RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Many of the 77 who died in the crash of an Imperial Airlines, plane near here Wednesday may have spent their last moments in a ter rible struggle to escape the flaming craft. Officials said many of the bodies in the charred wreck age of the Constellation, which crashed while taking 74 armv recruits to Fort Jackson, S. C, were piled "in a jumble" at the rear of the plane. it s possible some were thrown there but it's very possible they got there in rush to get out," said the Virginia acting medical ex aminer, Dr. H. H. Karnit- schnig. Autopsies showed many had fractured legs and. arms, which could have resulted from a panicky effort to escape. Dr. Karnitschnig said. Blood tests showed a unajority died of suffocation. Meantime, the work of identifying the bodies went on. By Friday night, 18 had been identified and taken to Fort Lee, Va., where at their arrival guards stood at attention and the flag was lowered to half-staff. . a disturbance call and "settled the situation." Moran said a detailed re port had been made on the circumstances surrounding the disturbance. He said it was m Police Chief Lester Woodward's office and would be released by Woodward Monday. Moran would give no further details. Woodward was called to the hotel early this morning, to assist in settling the disturbance. He was not available for comment Saturday. T T t .. ivan i-iumoie, notel man ager, said there was nothing to the disturbance. He said police were called ''simply to quiet some rowdy guests." He, too, would not elaborate. DR. W. J. FOSTER Dr. Wayne J. Foster will be honored tonight at a dinner sponsored by the University of Iowa chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity. All Sigma Nus and their wives have been invited to thfe dinner, to begin at 7 p.m. in the Town House. Df. Foster is one of 2 men to be voted into the frater nity's Hall of Fame this year. The other is the Rev. George Evans, national president, from Indianapolis. Dr. Foster has been a leader in Iowa medical circles for many years. His long tenure as a member of the board in control of SUI athletics won him the gratitude of all Iowa alumni. The Rev. Mr. Evans will speak Sunday at a stag luncheon at 11 a.m. in the Roosevelt hotel. Reserva tions may be made at the hotel. Fire Claims Filed as Big As $700,000 LOS ANGELES (AP) Insurance claims from the devastating Bel-Air and To panga canyon tires range from $185 to $700,000, averag ing about $50,000. "They're running very high," one official said Fri day. Adjusters from many parts of the West have poured into the stricken area to sift the ruins of southern California's worst fire and to help home owners collect an estimated $24 million for insured losses Some 450 homes were de stroyed, all but 9 in the Bel Air section. The General Adjustment Bureau, representing 3 2 0 stock property insurance companies, says 32 adjusters flew from as far as Chicago and Seattle to join a local staff of 82. They began ex amining the fire scene less than 24 hours after the blaze began and two days before it was controlled. How Much? Texas Prisoner Wins 12th Stay HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) Howard B. Stickney,-23, won a 12th stay of execution Saturday, half an hour be fore he was to have been electrocuted for a 1958 mur der. State District Judge Briggs granted a 10-day stay in Corpus Christi after an appeal was rejected Friday by the U.S. supreme court. Travis Ballard, an attorney for Stickney, said the last-minute plea to Briggs contended there was not enough time to prepare a formal appeal after the Texas criminal court of ap peals rejected other petitions Thursday. 30 of -Tax Unit- (Continued from Page 1.) as auditors should be listed as clerks." C.R. Truck Driver In Iowa City Crash IOWA CITY-A bread truck driver from Cedar Rapids was hospitalized here for observation following a crash early tbday. near here-Fridav niiiht and Authorities said a truck 2 were iniured when theiriariven y Robert Panosh car overturned on a curve. went out f control about' 5 The highway patrol said a-m- and struck a utility pole the car carrying the 6 appar- Panosn to'd police a dog ently was traveling at high speed when it went out of control on a. curve, crashed through a field and over-, turned several times. bugler blew taps. Silence fell over the scene for a full minute as the Jast notes died. - The timing of the solemn ceremony the 11th hour of khe - 11th day of the 11th month commemorated the effective . moment of the armistice which ended World war I in 1918. That was to have been the war to end all wars, but the United States has since been engaged in two other major conflicts World war II and the Korean , war. And the holiday once known as Ar- admitted he stole the naint . . . r - mistice day nas been changed ings Sept 10 from the Bel- ito Veterans day to honor Air home of Industrialist ra. 2-10 Years to Painting Thief SANTA MONICA Caltf. (AP) A real estate sales man who pled guilty to steal ing paintings aiued at more than $fi00,000 has been sentenced to prison for 2 to 10 years. . Edward Henry Ashdown ran in front of his truck. He was charged with failure to have his vehicle under con trol,. traffic--on" the street was blocked-- by downed wires. j i. those who served in all wars. -BEURLE FUNERAL DIRECTORS SINCE 1898 vid Bright. Police Called Over ' Football Fan Fling Cedar Rapids police were summoned to the Allison hotel, 325 First ave. SE, early this morning by the hotel management to quell a disturbance reportedly started by a large group of Minne sota football fans. Capt. La Verne Moran. of the night patrol ' shift, said officers were sent to answer Prentis also suggested that the commission require all new businesses in Iowa to file sales tax bonds so that the state can "collect about $2,000 to $3,-000 a month in revenue we are now losing" from what he called "fly-by-night" business operations which folded. . "Everyone should carry a fair share of the tax load," Prentis said. "When we don't collect the sales' or income taxes due Iowa, someone usually the people that have been paying has to." Prentis credited the governor for giving the commission authority to proceed with revaluating property in 47 counties in Iowa "to see that everyone eventually will, pay a fair share of the tax burden." Prentis said his" "heart is still in the legislature, and these problems will be confronting it later. "If we don't justly collect the taxes due Iowa," Jie. added,, "the legislature will have to levy tax increaseson the people already -paying their fair Share." K: Disarmament Most Important TOKYO (AP) - Premier Khrushchev reiterated Saturday that total disarmament is more important than suspension of nuclear bomb test explosions. In a letter to Prime Min ister Ikeda, he reasserted that Soviet nuclear test resumption was compelled by what he called Western military preparations and blackmail. GAB Regional Director Phil Simkins could not say how much Hollywood not ables or other certain in dividuals were claiming. But he said some payments be gan Tuesday, "We urge the insured not to operate under shock, not to complete their listings under duress," said Simkins. "They've almost lost a loved one . . . this is their loss, not ours. We want them to properly evaluate it. Even to ask a person if he will rebuild is not a fair question right away Simkins estimates the amounts claimed will be for homes, nearly 70 for personal belongings. "You must remember that fine arts can build some of these personal claims up pretty fast, says Simkins. Much Art. Some homes in the area, he says, contained collections of original paintings and statuary. Most policies will also pay holders for additional living expenses the motel rooms and restaurant meals taken while a family's home is re built. Though the GAB is in contact with more than 500 owners some since the first day of the fire it is having difficulty locating others who moved to temporary quarters and left no contact number. "In some areas of total Goldwater Says Kennedy Foreign Policy Improving LOS ANGELES (AP)-Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Arlzr) says President Kennedy's foreign policy is Improving now that he's listening to Jack Kennedy instead of the group of failures around him." Goldwater, who ended a leisurely vacation in Europe this week, told a news con ference Friday: "It's no advantage to the country to be employing Adlal Stevenson, Dean Acheson and Owen Lat- timore. I get a little squeamish at their proximity to the White House. They should be retired." With one exception, he add ed, the United States hasn't had a truly successful foreign policy since the end of World war I. The Arizona senator said the exception was the tenure of the late Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Goldwater said Dulles "understood the use of strength." City Briefs Father Dies John Imoehl. 81, father of Dr. J.J. Imoehl. 1934 Bever ave. SE, died Sat urday morning at Ossian. Services will be held at Os sian Monday. Shriners and guests dance to the music of the Pote's Band as guests of your Potentate Sat., Nov. 11, at the Embassy club. Adv. Airman Transferred A 1c Hugh B. Sheridan, son of Mrs. Hugh Sheridan of 900 M ave. NW, is home for 4 days enroute to Offutt air force base, Omaha. - Veterans Day Dance to night Coliseum armory 9 to 1. Legionnaires and their guests. -Adv. Overseas Airman (3c) Clarence M. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller. is on overseas duty. His address is Detachment 2, 7544 Support Group, APO 247, New York, N.Y. Bowling Special: 3 games per individual $1. Midnight tonight until 4 p.m. Sunday. Magnificent Tropic Lanes. Adv. Music Student Carlton Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Woods of 1224 Staub ct. NE, has been named assistant music director for the fourteenth annual Heid Thanksgiving dance at Heidelberg college, Tiffin, Ohio. Money Stolen Mrs. SUI Student from C. R. Hurt in Crash Special to The Gazette. IOWA CITY-Two Univer sity of Iowa students injured in a one-car crash about 10:20 p.m. Friday were listed in fairly good condition at University hospitals today. Dudley Hanson of Cedar Rapids suffered a back in jury and lacerations. William Robinson, 20, of Maquoketa suffered scalp lacerations. Authorities said they were riding in a car driven by lonn uiann, 21, of Maquo keta which went out of con trol on the Westlawn curve. devastation," said SimkinsJy"6' Jeffords,- route 2, a "not so much as a single waitress in the St. Luke's house number is left to guide, osP'tal snack bar, Friday the adjuster to the property. bimKins' said Bel-Air victims usually were insured to full value. Nehru (Continued from Page 1.) THE LAWRENCE WELK SHOW and Champagne Mu sic Saturday on KCRG-TV 9 at 8 p.m. tugal iri the Angola debate and of South Africa on the stormy question of race segregation. It also has Tplayed a key role in the hotly disputed question of seating Communist China in the U.N., pressing perennial demands that Nationalist China be ousted in favor of Peiping. Nehru tempered his suggestion for a year of cooperation by noting there was nothing "new or won derful about what I am say ing about the truths of the world. "The words can easily be called hackneyed, but the truth is that violence and hatred are bad . . . and the great men of the w o r 1 d are those who have fought natrea ana violence. evening reported jjs was stolen from her purse while she was at w:ork. -Panel Member Peter Be-zanson, president of the Morris Plan of Cedar Rapids, has been named to the panel on "shop talk" for the American Industrial Bankers Assn. meetinc in New Orleans Nov. 17-18. Jubilee Lanes Sundays 8 a.m. till 4 p.m., 3 lines for $1.00. Adv. Initiated Cadet Thomas K. Herold, son of Mr: and Mrs. Herbert A. Herold of 2110 Williams blvd. SW, has been initiated into Vedette, chapter, Order of DeMolay, at the Oklahoma Military Academy at Claremore. DRIVE SAFELY. P JOHN B. TURNER & SON Funeral Directors -Serving all faiths since 1888 800 2nd Ave. S-E. Phone EM 2-1131 Christmas Plans. NEW YORK (AP)-Fran- cis Cardinal Spellman says he will spend Christmas in the Berlin area "because that really is the center of all our thoughts and prayers at the present time." Only an Electric Clothes Dryer is as ENROLL NOW for ClaiMi Starring - -JANUARY 8th i ' . w v w m Drvm ...0J Electric Clothes Absolutely clean because it's run on pure electric energy. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT. AND POWER COMPANY iejffcti HANK WINTER; IS BACK WITH US AGAIN FOR THE WINTER SEASON Hank'i long varied burner service experience helpi us further to give you the best service, promptly. Call us on any heating problem. EM 2-7446 Ccnturv A . Ik. .CMvyM&t X M&tMi vlm 1 FURNACE COMPANY 210 2?th St. NE . ' EM 2-7446 VC; 821 Third, Ave. SE Plu SGk-m'8 P

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