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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 • It ATTIC  NAtfONM WI MHO, MKVICI FOH CAM I* 7AM IM l-« 50. ?4  Steinbeck: Meet with Policemen Constructive  Safety Commissioner .Jamas | force have voiced displeasure Steinbeck said his meeting Fri- with a 6.5 percent salary in-  Protest Against Fund Transfer to Airport Is Filed  The Cedar lipids Gazette: I ii., .lap. 4,    1071  3.  Deputies Air Complaints Over Scheduling Raises  day morning with members of the police department was “constructive,” providing an opportunity for an exchange of views concerning salaries and working conditions.  crease for 1074 Some have been writing state, rather than city, citations as a protest, thus denying income to the city.  “As far as I’m concerned, I thought it was a constructive  A protest of the Cedar Rapids transfer of $1.1 million to the airport construction fund,  was  Dissatisfaction of Finn county i percent pay raises as submitted sheriff’s deputies over granting by Sheriff Walter Grant, pay raises on the anniversary     March     , )eclsion   dates of employment instead of filed with Linn County Auditor immediately was aired Friday She pointed out the decision to Merle Kopel Friday.    morning at a meeting of the change to anniversary dates as  In addition, a hearing on board of supervisors.    the    time    for    granting raises was  Members of the civil service  the matter by the state board of  appeals was asked    commission said the two dif-  Baird King, a member of Tax- ferent dates are apparently  Members of the police patrol meeting,” Steinbeck said division held the closed-door    What’s    in    Store  meeting at 64 Sixteenth avenue  SW, and invited Steinbeck to    "A lot of the things we talked    payers Asking for Explanations,    being    used    as    anniversary  join them after the meeting wa*    about are what’s in store for the     sa j d  j be  protect, including a pe-    dates.  in progress.    future, and it gave them a    tjtion signed by 290 persons, was Some    deputies are    being given  Many members of the police    chance to air some grievances    filed with Kopel because    raises    based    on the    anniversary  made last March. The supervisors at that time asked for input from all courthouse employes on the change and received only positive comments, she said.  Extra raises were given to  DEATHS  UM WF AIHf I f CHOC AM ^  Friday night will find snow falling across most of the Rocky mountain region, changing to rain over the southwest corner of the nation. Elsewhere, clear to partly cloudy skies.  — Pilots —  (Continued from Page I.)  expect to get some answers.  Steinbeck said most of those  present accept the fact they  Melvin B. Halladay won’t get a larger salary m-  ....     r ,    ca    tcrease this year, although they  Melvin B. Holladay, 64, for-    '    '    .  mcrly of Cedar Rapids, died ^" 01  happy about it.  Wednesday at Indio, Calif., j” 6 sald  ,' ess ,,m . n S P™‘ where he had been a resident' discussing the pay levels than in the last five year.s.    discuss,n S  why the city cannot  Born Jan. 29, 1909, in Musca- W  more -tine, he moved to Cedar Rapids    Explained Limitations  in 1929. He and the former Mar-,     sa f e ty commissioner    said  garet McQuade were married in  cxp | a j ned  j be bu dget limita-j July, 1954, in Missouri.     tjons and  f e( j cra |  wa g e  ^ u idc-  Surviving in addition to his j ines  wife are three sons, Melvin, jr.,  It    was    an    opportunity    for    chapter 24 of the code of    Iowa    date of employment, while    deputies    in November who oth-  them    to    ask some    questions    and    requires that procedure.    others are being given raises on     crw * Sf!  would not have received  Kopel told The Gazette he    will    the basis of the anniversary     a ra 'se    until next November,  consult with the county attorney date of their last raise, Commis- Mrs.  sa *d-on what action he should take sioner Dennis R. Flatley said. Sheriff Grant complained that with the petition.    I    Same    n    nudes    starting    rate for unskilled men  Presenting the petition to     e    ep     on the road crew is $638 a  Kopel were King, Richard Commissioner Juan Cortez month, while trained starting florak and Larry Walshire    pointed out some deputies may    deputies    receive only $576.  Council Vote     no1  ^  an ^  ra ' ses a *  ad urdd  Chief    Deputy Dennis Biome  November, while others will re-,said the department might lose ceive raises this month  The citv council voted unani mously Dec. 26 to amend the 1974 budget to transfer over $1 million to the airport construction fund.  The fund wa?, nearly $1 mil  some deputies if their raises are He suggested using revenue delayed until their anniversary sharing funds to give raises im- dates, mediately to those whose anni----  versary dates fall after June. Jean Oxley, chairman of the  lion in the red because of land board of supervisors, said, “The  The Weather  1805 O avenue NW; fined $25 and costs. Mary Amrahr, 1037 F ourt h avenue SE; Nick Stadler, 1257 Sixteenth avenue Anchorage ti 4 l Angeles 52 44 .os SW; John Sima, Center Point; Atlanta ss so .74 Miami    n 72.09 n  a r  bara Schaldecker, 1005  High temperatures Thursday, low tem peratures overnight and inches of prcci pitation:  Denver Colo Ronald and Hr-  He said ,he 0,f ! ce . rs  are ap-1 purchases made in 1972 in antic- on | y way  ' wc can gjve lhcse  the office ordered the diversion.! ' ,    '' . .     M     parently    not    considering    a    “blue    ipation of federal compensatory , argc raises js t0 g0 to annivcr .  Il<*fcl, nom OI C>CUdJ ndpiua, a  rln ,,  h|if     nnniinna    try    urritn    f.mrtc    jam  sary dates.  Tho deputies will receive 9 6  Traiaing of undergraduate pilots 13; htcr  p atrida  Kapsalakas  flu ”  but may con,inue 10 write funds   ■    -    I daughter, Patricia KapsaiaKM, i  (ate Uckel ^    The    transfers    of    funds    moved  has been stretched out to save Cedar fuel.  Rapids; two step-. Gene McQuade and  Bismarck 10-21 Min'apolis A -5    ,    ,    .    ....    .    .    ....    .  Chicago    24    ti    n orirans    t9 4j ,43    Hover street    NE: Albert Sturt/,  Denver    13    I?    New York    38 28.74    1332 Ninth    street NW; each  Ouluth    2    -7    Dhnoniw    (A IO  Honolulu Houston  Phoenix    58 39  80 49    Seattle    34    24  37 30    OI    Washington    38 34    43  ....    ,,    ..    « ,    .    „„ H |    “They say    there    is    no    conver- a half million dollars from the  children, Gene McQuade and * 7     /    .    .    ,  I..a,, i >:,in Knih of Coiifornio I sa lion whatsoever as far as con* airport operations fund and  Pentagon Request  I IWW    I/1VV*IV»MJ    »  The Pentagon announced    it land    Edward,    all    of    Cedar     t     .    .,  had asked the White House and Rapids,. ; three sisters, Della mutual agreement aUhat^ee..  three tEtf Kn,nk“i *****    *V’“    ‘°    Work    Session    Oh  Extended forecast  to boost the| Zwart ’  () ™gon     1,1 ; vvl ' n !f write tho nato tickets on an in-     The  P f ‘ titlon fded  with Kopel A work session on legislative  Miner and Bernice Mercer, both    on    an    in    i  There was some feeling of i the airport construction fund.  Unnecessary  Wilma  ,n 8 *bat they will continue to'  Legislation Set  of snow Sunday and Monday.  road NK ‘-  finod  J 15  and costs, military fuel allotment slightly     er _,    I, rrn l ce   Clearing Tuesday Colder Mon ^proper passing — George I  mmiar y ‘UCI allotment Sllgntiy i f C(jdar RapldSi   dav iud Tuesday Hichs m    JU™     M i'     Ve , rmn road 10  P erm it more regular air crew grandchildren.  .day and luesday. Highs m( SE; fined $20 and costs.    training    and    to    “do    something    *—.....an....  — Iowa Coal —  (Continued from Page I.)  operations from the efforts now employed in the giant coal-producing states such as Kentucky and Pennsylvania.  He said Iowa coal lies in “lens-shaped pockets,” and not in the rich, thick seams of coal producing states.  Strip Mining  He said this means removal of  teens or low 20s Sunday lowering to 5 to  Traffic signal violation  fined $20 and costs.  Striking unattended vehicle  Chancel Richard Walsh, 3337 Oakland j the energy office  *S TC £v3 dividual voluntary basis.”^    said the traneier of funds was    proposals supported by the  and several    [“unnecessary, unreasonable and boards of supervisors in the 14 ^ owa 00a * would call for devel-  No Commitments     not jn [he jnterest of the pub |j c    counties in t h e  sixth district will    opment of smaller companies  Kahi ni.ppii nitty re I ^ eFV \ ces an<d     ^ )Uria l ^ 1    08  Steinbeck said he made    no    welfare’ and did not comply    be held at IO am. Wednesday in     and str *P robing instead of deep  about the guard and the reserve, westminster Memorial chapel,, comm jtmcnts to the group ex- with requirements of state law Anamosa.     mines 35 is  required elsewhere.   S  th T- ir a    I    Westminster,    Calif.,    a    ur ay a  (;ept {o  j ook intQ sQme of tbt , f 0r  budget changes    ,    Purpose    of the meeting, ac- Ray emphasized it was not  .j rV_ atl °, na ; [! ua  Assn., 10:30 a.m.    suggestions    and    grievances    to    The funds would be used for cording to Jean Oxley, chair- the wish of the state to com-  \\ired President     sa y» n R    see    what    can    be    done.    unneeded, unwanted and un-  man 0 f y nn  county board of pete with private enterprise in  iii flier standdowns will    Louis J. Kula    He    said the suggestions in- wise expansion of the municipal    supervisors,    is to propose legis-    extracting coal from the soil.  I,ouis J Kula 70 of 525 Thir-    eluded setting up a quarter- airport without a public rcferen-    lation to the    1974 legislature.  tieth street SE. died Friday fol-     master  system, so policemen I durn, ' it said The petition  15 Tuesday. Lows i°« n I ” tle l coff ^  1728  ^ avcnue  „ ^  4  ie u    oji NE; Stanley Moore, Monona;  zero to 15 above Sunday lower-|  cach fincd $15 and costs .  ing to IO below to 5 above Tues- Right-of-way violation  day.    !    Kimberly Koss, 2131 Richard  drivi* NE; finod $30 and costs.  C. R. Weather    William    Grafton.    1003    seriously    impair    the national  High Thursday ...............18    jjnd'^cSst's  street NW; fmed $2 " yard’s ability to carry out its  Ijow overnight ............. • •. 2 Driver’s license violation— assigned national defense mis-  Noon Friday     13    John Lamb, 3420 Oakland    sions ’  2p.m. Friday .... ......  |0     j road NE; fined $20 and costs.  *    ...    Registration    violation    —    ,  Precipitation ..............^ 0ne lDonna    Bchm. 1137 Sixth street j adjutant general  Total for Jan...............0.02'NW;    fined $10 and costs.  Normal for Jan.........—1.51 Excessive smoke - Steve  an go Rupe, Ely; fined $15 and costs. i run iH Barometer, falling    30.32;     Fau | tv  equipment _ Dennis' rap d   Instead, we hope that  -    -    .    .    ,    ,  Areas t0 be  discussed include  throuph thp  | P J prs hi n  and cf-  lowing a short illness.    to    we  Major Gen. Henry McMillan.I p ra L*bm^° but reaided in era to buy the equipmenf. iviate the deficit in Ihe airport  volumc  Zil Ziel care and    ****  tjutanl general of Florida and  Cedar Rapjds most of his  life.; Another suggestion was to ™ ns '™ b ''°" ' U " d ^! s de,( ' at ' <d  costs of the unified court sys-  xhe area where state off i cia | s  association president, told Nixon     voar «    Mr    Kula    grant    incentive    nay    for    working     b y    referendum    in    1J/2    tem.  “continued grounding deterioration of  Mr.  < j . . or many years,  operated a tankwagon. aircraft survivors include his wife, the  Kula grant incentive pay for working by referendum in 1972     ieilI    Mipvp rna i norkets exist and  the night shift, and allow patrol-  The  petition suggested the Mrs. Oxley    said the counties     in     which the    state mine    would  men to work during one of their ™ney in the liquor fund should  want to  ..     k jth one  j     11     ^     1 ^ ™. ne   J r,     ....hp    iispH    for    a    Hptnvification    .    eventually    De    located,  encom-  Humidity at noon ..........61%    Achenbach,    Hiawatha;    Richard  and  especially of sensitive and  fo J. mcr  ybbie Nechville, to days off, with pay, to help solve  used for a  detoxification  to thc  legislature on these mat-  passes a n counties south and  Wind direction and velocity at Carter. 1411 Seventh avenue complex weapons systems.’  wh()m he was married  j une  14. a manpower shortage during center and the money rn thei air  ters    west    Qf    a    meanderin  , ine   SE, each fined $10 and costs lUoviaion    ce»viif,ain<« Q r,    uapatinn nprinrk    port    operations    fund should be Q ne mem b er  of the board of j be  jjpg runs through these  55??!^ iii:* 1 !"  su P erv i s °rs from the following  coun ties;  Gazette weather station p m. SW at 12 mph  at 2  Permitting unauthorized per- McMillan wrote Schlcsinger | 94 0; a sister. Katherine Cook of vacation periods. son to drive — Kerry Josiin, and energy chief William Simon|Co da r Rapids; three brothers.    Smaller    Vehicles  Sun rises Saturday, 7:35; sun Central City; fined $15 and “'vigorously protesting'' the re- Edward of Phoenix. William of     na ,rolmen ako  <’ osts .    strictions,    which he said would Cedar Rapids and Adolph of Many oi the patrolmen also  adversely affect flying safety; Petaluma, Calif.    suggested    the    city buy smaller  and increase risks of loss of life Services: Monday at 10:30 at aphides, with smaller engines, and property later.  sets, 4:49.  Year Ago Today — High. low, 2; rainfall, .85.  Degree Days  Thursday..............  Total to date .........2  Through Jan. 3, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year ...  Coralville Lakt-:  Pool level Friday  16;  iowa Deaths  port facilities, so general obliga-  counRes  tion bonds would not have tc issued, as was done in 1973  RO 2.7731 3,165 41.77 6.631  1   I Tipton Mary Ann (Mar) Phelps, 93. Services Saturday I at 2 at Dye’s. Burial in Springdale cemetery.  Oelwein Henry Muller. 83. Services Saturday at 2 at St. Mary’s Episcopal church. Brant’s.  Clutier — Mrs. William Krc-zek, 73. Services at 10:30 Monday at Immaculate Con-678.87 jception church. Rosary at 7:30 —    Sunday    at    Mason-Hand’s,  I raveler s Forecast Tama.  Saturday    What    Cheer    — Herbert O.  Hall. 57, Waterloo. Services Saturday at I at Hardin’s. Burial in Sixteen cemetery. Independence E d w a rd  Washington  Burial in Czech National cerned™ 0 ™'"*  is  » Patrolman's com-! s P^ to " project*isuch asa erne tery. Friends may call at  chape! Sunday.  Monona, Ida, Sac,  linn HrxnHc    I a nM Huvn t« br ---------  ls     * nv ‘ ted ‘    ClBytoii,    c a I h o u n . Pocahontas, Hum-  !i!In ?;    ll     Black    ,lawk -    Buchanan,    Dela-    boi dt . Webster, Hamilton, Bar  ware, Dubuque, Benton, Unn,  d i n , Grundy, Marshall, Jasper, Better Spent    Jones,    Jackson,    Iowa,    Johnson.    Poweshiek. Keokuk, Mahaska,  Jefferson. Henry, Lee, and Van Buren,  Dog Licenses Are Available  Brosh chapel by the Rev. A.T. I  be _f^ d   of Des Moines.!  The  g rou P  whlch met Fnda y -—ne-1 morning is a patrolman’s com-  *he mittee appointed by Detective  cen ^ er or  expansion of the pub-Darwin Ammeter, president of  bc  library, the petition stated, the Police Protective Assn.  f  According to King, state law moinhock estimatctt about a requires that Kopel forward a ed while they were still ponder  Mrs. John S. Beving third cf the patrol division was copy of the protest and a copying the problem.  Patricia L. Beving, 61, of 919 at the meeting.     of the  budget to the plate board    Quick    Police    Work  Sixth street SE, and a resident Ammeter, who did not attend  0      board    bas    tbp    au .    “We    saw    this    vapor    had  The $1 million would be better  Cedar ’  c,inton and Scott -  — Blast —  (Continued from Page I.)  Mines Clustered  Iowa’s existing coal mines are clustered in Marion. Mahaska, Lucas, Monroe, and Wapello counties southeast of Des Moines.  A timetable worked up by         Weather lli-Lo      Bismarck    pi adv    5-HJR      Chicago    . Cloudy    23-14      Cincinnati    . Pt ade    37-29      Cleveland    pt Cld.v    33-25      Des Moines    Cloud}    t 19-6      Detroit .    Cloudy    29-16      Indianapolis    Cloudy    32-22      Kansas City .    Snow    25-17      Milwaukee    Cloudy    23-18      Mpls.-St. Paul    PtCldy 16-0      Okla. City .    Fair    42-24      Omaha    PtCldy    16-2B      Sioux Falls .    .. Snow    15-2B      Births — Mercy          Jan. 3 To Mr. and    Mrs.      I’aul Sullivan,    3703 Sue    lane     ing and to designate a deputy to hold the hearing.  at 2:30 at White’s. Littleton cemetery.  Friends may call at  At Courthouse ItftJSS* S t SS- SS SiiSt    TS  whether to take the truck in or    The process of site selection  go in on foot to shut off the    and acquisition of the needed  valve of the tanker truck when    ^ acres, through loading rail-  the gas exploded. It was like an    I road cars with coal would exearthquake     tend     through    December.    1976.  Quick work by police was ere-    Plans call for using the coal  xx    ai -and-a-half-old    infant     dit ^d with preventing serious in-     m  production of steam heal:and  was treated Friday at    St. Luke’s    Juries or deaths. Officials said     el ^ tr »G y  at  the :Iowa State  died Thursday in a Both city and county dog Ii- j Rapids hospital. Born June 15. the patro men censes for 1974 can be picked up 1912, at Lisbon, she was  m arne at the auditor's office in the 1°  d °hn S. Beving in June, 195 .  Surviving in addition to her  Heines i husband, are a son, Donald  Burial in Linn county courthouse.  City Treasurer Bill  Manchester — Mrs Augusta  an d County Auditor Merle Kopel Jayne. Marion; a stepson, John  Allenstein, 75. Services Mon-, j  twine Cedar Raoids; three  USSR Executes 2    | n j ure d  For Fruit Fraud ,  C R  Crash  MOSCOW (UPI) - Two Sovi-i  et citizens who left the fruit out A year  the courthouse will eliminate grandchildren.  NW. a daughter.  Births — St. Luke's  Turner chapel east in Cedar  Rapids. The casket will not be  opened at any time.  Atkins — Elmer IL Keiper,,  67. Services Monday at 1:30 at ls ° actual licenses will be mailed   .....*    ,    St. Stephen’s Lutheran church, to those who have applied for   J .*" L , r ° > ’.r     ( ’ f     Friends may call al Turner (hon, as soon as the terms ar-  Kelvin Morris. 102 Oak street,I,  untn 9 p . m  sunday and at!  ” i ?. w ® 1 ,h.a. a son, Gary La Hose. j  the  church from IO a.rn to 1:25     (   Charge Against Woman Dropped  A charge of forgery against a I  dents to pick up city licenses at,grandchildren and three great-  the fmU    ice |hoy    manufac    M     ,    20 to 30 families had been    univesnty    eoal-fired generating  turcd    have    been    executed    for hospital for cuts and bruises    to    aDoui zu to ju (amines naa Dten    /  awakened and evacuated before P ldni -   da c{    One    problem    in    use    of    Iowa  knocked out all power and     toa *     as     is mined is its    5 to 6   was     utilities in the area and police     sulfur content -     wh,ch   y 18-213 Vinton Everett R Mahew. the necessity for them to go to Services: 1:30 p.m. Saturday j raud  newspaper Babinski the head after his mother s car awakened a VV  1 5-2B WhiUsPh.lhps.     both    city     ^ a|I    and    the     court-at the Murdoch chapel, Marion, Rabochi sajd     struck    a    stalled    car.    the    blast  Y    Services    at    9    Saturday'    at    house    to    pick    up    the    dog    Ii-    by    the    JBlbert^    Gilgan.    ^    newspaper, copies of  Po!lco said L,nda  Schaeffer. It knoeke  censes.    Burial:  Kopel said an expected ship- Marion, ment of licensing forms is late Murdoch chapel.  has an adverse effect on the en-  1641 Thirty-four!Ii street ^E. a,p m  Monday. The casket will son; An dre w I jelmeland.  not  opened after thc service. 1415 4 First Avenue E, .t son. Sigourney Michael Len-Woodrow f etlit, . n im tine  a g ban  17. Services Saturday at NW a daughter; John Dupres,,^  st  , ohn .. ; Catholic ( . hurchi   5020 Louisa street NE, a Haugh-I j,> ar |] lani  Burial at 3 in Sig-  Oak Shade cemetery,I     rp 7 rhp ^L. n<;pnw  werinpV-12924 Woodland drive SW.  Friends may call at J bien reached Mosc    .    jj  t h  north- immediately sealed off six   d ?V r T Ii t s   a  n  T e C  t>ound u"hicfe stalled in the rn-square blocks around the gas  vlronm ' nt whcn  '»">«' "> Sen-of Azerbaidzhan. said the  m enl TOUna ven,cie  “. ia,,ea  J"  ine m  ?! rriAnnu      6     erate    electric    power.  executed were the director and _ e ^ e  a  c  4   l _ oa _ ®  tM ^ 4  e 5 n  J ! 1 _ avenUC | ^ sheet metal shop and an  But officia,s  believe washing    --— 1     extended re  coal that  mixture of watcr7citric'acid  s "^ et ? W '  wasunh “?  Memorial Services  Stoddard. Roy Keables—Services were held at Turner chapel east at noon Friday by thc  and M street SW at 6:47 a.rn  the accountant of a juice facto- Ji J    !    L, ltn  ^, f i v  chn,, nor,, H«dr,.,nri processes and extende   PV     The    driver    of thc stalled car.  aut0  body shop were destroyed '    .  ,    ...    Patricia    L    Buchler    1218    M    and several other businesses .    .    .    .    ...  They were accused of selling    ’    suffered heavy damage     can burned and W,H 1   ler, Charles Rainwater, 322  Forty-fourth street NE. a son.  Out of Town Births  Al l ast Greenwich, RT.  Navy ST and Mrs W. L. Chari-par, a son Dec 29 C’haripar r the son of Mr and Mrs. A. J Chari par, 420 Thirty-ninth street NE.  Rev. John Shew. Burial was in    .    .  Oak Hill cemetery.    and sugar, and pocketing their  Thorpe. Raymond Miller— $865,000 budget for the purchase Turner chapel west at 10:30 r r  a rn. Saturday. Burial: Linwood    ,    _    .    ,  cemetery. Friends may call at The men. identified as lejmur!  riurnnnriv, .    ~    ,    -    -    -    i    Turner west until IO a.m. Sat- Akhmedov and Zaman Khaki-s  -•; °dar Rapids woman was dis-.  ur<la y.    mov, kept up their fraud for two  missed in Unn county^district, Ken,alas. Mary L.ntar-Iiif-    newspaper    said.    The  bv Judge WH-1 ncr ehapcj cast ai i.ju p.m.i/    r    k  No charges were filed  •cod sulfur emission limits.  Useful items sell quickly with a low cost want ad. Dial 398-8234.  ourney.  Keota    Mrs  Allen, 63. Services Saturday at,  I Powell's    j    missed    in    Linn  Monticello    Matilda    F.    court    Thursday  ......  n( .  n  .. J    ...    _    ,    I Saturday bv the Rev. Glenn report said their appeal against  Monticello Bradley I ux <  U,IT1 p,ads     High. Burial: Cedar Memorial their sentences was rejected  ,. f     .    ‘    .    V«    Katherine    J.    Eldsmoe,    1417 cemetery. Friends may call  infant son of Mr. and Mrs. . .    ,    .....    ....    .    a    a m  K i uv    .or    :Third street NW. withdrew her lurnei e.ist afttt « a.rn  at  Terry E. Lux. Graveside ser ; vices Saturday at Oakwood! plea of guilty I cemetery at 1:30,  Wyatt,! Moon,;  - Terrorists -  (Continued from Page I I  Marriage Licenses  * Catherine Ogden and Edward J3iunsting, jr.. both of Cedar Rapids. Kathryn Marion, and Charles Cedar Rapids.  Fires   1  3:54 pin. Thursday.  In dog house at 3208 drivp SW  * 3 lo am Friday. Overheat-,    ..    ...    .    .    _    ...    ,  fd furtive, at 1030 Eighteenth! oothoritics t'ppcd off the British  street SW    after the arms were spotted by  5:13 a.in Friday Needless an X ray inspection of the girl’s call at 4601 I street SW    luggage at the U)S Angeles air*  Magistrate s Court Port- They said the security  to a charge of forging a $3 check on July 25. 1972.  Eads said the case was dis-| missed because Mrs Eidsmoe has been in no further trouble  Satur-  and  they were shot by a firing squad.  - Turner     —    .,„ rr -.......  Saturday! VV ant ads will help you find, lost items, use them for quick  don said they were part of a I plot lo kill or kidnap the Moroc-I Heater can ambassador. A b dell a ll Pebble! (’bori I.  Some newspapers said U.S.  men did not move in on In r th* n  Speeding Thomas Dresier.i  4843 Montclair drive NW I because her bag went into the fined $35 and costs. Donald b a g g a g e compartment and Gatewood, 2874 IVR Vernon|therefore there was no risk of a  re ....... ' *    ........  I    _  Banks, 1632 Park Town** place NE; Yvonne GoodenouKh. 1.112 Want to sell something big? Burch avenue NIV, Da\ni I -u Something small? Want Ads will Varner, (sell them all. 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