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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAtlONAl SEItVICf io 7AM 141 4 M '3MB Obituaries Mrs. Bruce Hill 1'aulinu C. Hill, 05, of Holly- wood, Kla., widow of Bruce Kill, died Saturday following a short illness. Formerly of Cedar {apids, she hud lived in Florida 3 yc.'irs. Born June 23, 1908, at I near Western, she Carlham, she was employed by Cedar Kapids and vicinity most i Monroe, and a sister, Mrs. Rob- Elizabeth Benish Elizabeth Heiiish, 84, of 829 Third avenue SE, widow of John J. Benish, died Saturday eve- ning after a long illness. Horn Elizabeth Upala Nov. 25, 1890, linglon, he had been a Cedar I Rapids resident 22 years. i Born Sept. 14, 1922, at Center- jvillc, he was married to Doris Marie Luedeman July 17, 1948, at Burlington. He served with the army during World war II j and was employed by Quaker' Oats Co. for 20 years. He was a member of United Travelers, Surviving are his wife, Doris; The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Moll., Feb.- 4. 1974 Licensing for Commercial Pet Sale by House DBS MOINES (AP) The Iowa house voted (70-20) Mon- day to require a state licensing ons; ;r of persons raising dogs and cats I. 'down J Truck Stops Are Closed; No Violence Most truck stops in the Cedar Snow is forecast for Monday night over portions or the northern plains, the upper and middle Mississippi valley and the upper Grea; Lakes area. Snow will also occur over the central Rockies and from Pennsylvania through central and northern New York. Con- tinued cold throughout the country. -Vdar Rapids Engineering Co. of her life, or 10 years, retiring in 19G2.J Surviving are She was a member of the Prcs- bylerian church al Hollywood. Surviving arc her mother, Ethel Bunnell, Merimac, Mori- da; five sons, Duanc, Anamosa, Norman, Palo, Keith, West Palm Beach, Fla., Eugene, Bir- mingham, Ala., and Lester, Olathe, Kan.; a sister, Lucille :.eroy, Merimac, Fla., and a brother, Mason Bunnell, Holly- wood, Fia., and eight grand-! children. j Services: Chapel of Memories at 1 p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Lee Roy Collins of St. Mark's United Methodist church. Inurn- ment of cremated remains will )c in Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Thursday. The family suggests thai friends jert Clark, Hastings, Mich. CII Vyldlft, 1V1U.11. v-- three daugh-j Arrangements arc pending at LcMars) said there are many tors, Lillian Schrader, Mrs. Cedar Memorial funeral home. W.W. Rajtora and Mae SmithjB u r i al: Cedar Memorial. Pfost, all of Cedar Kapids, may call at the funeral grandchildren and 21 greal-jlwme afler 1 p.m. Tuesday. grandchildren. Services: Urosh chapel all a.m. Wednesday by the] Rev. William Iliirnish. Burial: (Continued from Pago'l.) Czech National cemetery. for sale as pels. Rep. Lyle Stephens (It- instances in which the public has been defrauded by the sale of diseased dogs or cats which died soon after they were pur- chased, or in which the pet turned out to be "not even of jlhe breed the customer thought he had bought." speed limits and prices, but some high fuel trucks were still on the road and no violence was reported. Highway patrol and sheriff's officers reported lighter truck traffic than usual, but neither agency was aware of any block- ades on the highways serving Cedar Rapids. Local truck stops were not i "nd Iiecnsin8 is selling fuel Monday, some be- 1-r.cnds may call al the he did not conduct a "gen- also necessary, he said, be- their pumps were blocked Monday at 8, Kramer's, Dycrsvillo. Norway Mrs. Frank G. Carlson, Chicago. Services Thursday al 11, Trinity Lutheran church. George Brosh. Dysurl Miss Lucille Null, 54. Services Tuesday at 2, Overton's. Anamosa Mrs. Herman G. Dirks, 85. Services Wednesday at 2, Wayne Zion Lutheran church. Goettsch's. Oclwcin Fred "Hap" Becker, 75. Services Tuesday at Brant's. Lansing Dennis Jones, 15. Services Wednesday at Old East Paint Creek church, Waukon. Martin's, Waukon. Farmersburff Benjamin L. Zurcher, 84. Services Wednesday at at Witt's, Elkader, where friends may call after 2 Tuesday. Memorial Services Hess, Walter George p.m. Tuesday by Dr. Arnold Turner chapel west at Herbst. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west until 1 p.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Kemme, Elizabeth M. Graveside in Cedar Memorial at a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Larry K. Fr uehling Friends may call at Turner eas until 9 p.m. Monday. Hunt, Robert J. Turnei chapel east at 3 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Glenn Bender o First Congregational church Burial: Cedar Memorial Friends may call at Turnei east. Nciihaus, Gilbert J. 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Ludmila's Catholic church by the Rev Robert Cizek. Rosary: p.m. Monday in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west. Burial: St John's. Horlivy, Katheryn p.m. Tuesday in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev James C. DeSmidt. Burial: Cedar if they wish, donate to the Heart Fund. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Daily Record A. Johnson Duanc A. Johnson, 58, of Sioux City and a former resident of Cedar Rapids, died Monday after a long illness. He had been an insurance agent in Cedar Rapids and Atkins before entering the insurance business at Sioux City. Surviving are his wife, the former Edna Irons; two sons, Gary and William, and two daughters, Jan and Peggy, all of Sioux City; two sisters, Mrs. Roman Galles of Remsen and Mrs. H. J. Corwin of Cedar Rapids; two brothers, Carrol E. Johnson of Arizona and Wallace F. Johnson of Cedar Rapids. Services: Wednesday at 2 p.m. at First Presbyterian church in Sioux City. The casket will not be opened. The body will be returned to Cedar Rapids for cremation and committal. Friends may, if they wish contribute to the cancer fund. The lemperaiures Sunday, temperatures overnight and inches ot precipitation: Anchoraqo 75 22 L. Angeles 77 53 Atlanta ...7037 Miami Bismarck o -5.01 Mln'apolis 9-20 Chicago ..30 10 n. Orleans 73 42 Denver ...SO 27 NOW York 23 17.03 Dulutti ...14-13.10 Phoenix ..7345 Honolulu BI 67 Seattle ...47 45.23 iouston 44 Washinqln 37 26.09 C. R. Weather High Sunday Viola; each lined and costs. Terry Williams, 3303 O avenue NW; Frederick Darrah, 1535 Henderson drive, Marion; Carolyn Clark, 118 Thirty-third street NE; Philip Schreiner, 290 Brcnlwood place NE; Cindy Bye, 610 Fifth street SW; Donald Larson, 1100 Thirty-fifth street NE; Donald Miller, 428 Blairs Ferry road NE; Donald McCallister, 1205 Fitth street NW; James Stacey, Ely; Pcler Sprague, Edgewood; Ricki Lemon, 2227 Shady Oaks courl NE; Richard Hulchins, 3700 Johnson avenue NW; Richard Bennelt, 2135 Blairs Ferry road NE; each fined and costs. Lon Lypkout, Vinlon; lined and costs. David Stinkard, Bloomfield, Mo.; Marvin Gregory, Newton; Jerry Har-rell, 124 Thirty-fourth street drive SE; Duane Powell, 2333 Eighteenth street SW; Kenneth Nunemaker, 1662 Eleventh street NW; Alan Curtis, 1017 B avenue NE; Francis Carron, 1287 Twenty-ninth street NE; each fined ?20 and costs. Faulty equipment Gary Runyon, Vinton; Larry Mes-serschmidt, 700 Thirty-filth street, Marion; each fined and costs. Improper passing Kevin Fox, 628 Twentieth street WE; fined and costs. Leo Novak Palo; fined and costs. Traffic siffnal violation William Hoy, 4620 Ford avenue NW; fined and costs. Richard Croy, 70 Devonwood avenue SW; Guy Williams, 2116 Caroline drive NE; Jon Fussell, 2746 Dalewood avenue SE; eac i fined and cosls. Disturbing the peace Vick Espey, 1619 First avenue SE; fined and cosls. Littering Thomas Dufly, 807 Second avenue NW; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Kenneth Sellers, 1917 Eighth avenue SE; Mark Joyner, 607 Second avenue SW; each fined and costs. William Devine, 2631 0 avenue NW; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Duane Powell, 2333 Eighteenth street SW; Mark Joyner, 606 Second avenue SW; each fined and costs. Dorothy Miller, 1020 Prairie drive NE; fined and costs. Improper width Gary Birch, 1036 Eleventh street NE; fined and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Kenneth Sellers, 1917 Eighth avenue SE; fined and costs. Improper turn Cecil Ayers, 931 Old Marion road NE; fined and costs. Obstruction of driver's view Rick Tebbc, 1360 Hillside drive NW; fined and costs. Legislature Senate Convened at a.m. Passed 37-5 a bill to remove the limit on membership fees in the Iowa Association of Counties. Passed 32-10 a bill to raise minimum automobile liability insurance. Received bills including one to prohibit 1he sale of beer and soft drinks in disposal containers. Recessed for lunch and committee meetings. Deaths Independence Mrs. Edith Rlliolt, Services Tuesday al A u r o r a United Methodist c lurch. Friends may call at White's until 10 Tuesday and nl Ihe church after 1 1. Masonvillc David D. Ross, 13. Services Wednesday at ill Immaculale Conception church, Masonvillc. Burial in Oakland cemetery, Man-c ;cstcr. Rosary nt 8 Monday and Wake sc'rvice at 8 Tuesday nt Sholly's, where friends may call after 7 Monday. WillianisbnrK Mrs. Ed-w a r d l.chn, 79. Services Wednesday nt 10, St. Mary's Catholic church. Rosary Tuesday al 8, McSwiggiii-Uhlmann. Nmv Vienna Miss Anui1-llne 70. Services 1'iiusdny nl SI. IlimifaiT Catholic church. Scripture .jOw overnight 3recipitation 1'otal for Feb formal for Feb 1 formal through Feb ___ 2 Folal for 1974 tumidity at noon Wind direction and velocity a' Sazelte weather stalion at 2 a.m. SSW at 7 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun els, Year Ago Today High, 49; ow, 35; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck Cloudy M. Chapman Clifford M. Chapman, 68, of 97% Sixteenth avenue SW, a lifelong resident1 of Cedar Rapids and a retired mail clerk, died Sunday after a long illness Born Ocl. 25, 1905, in Cedai Rapids, he was married to Cath erine Cunningham Jan. 10, 1940. Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Dennis, at home; a brother, Don K. Chapman Tempe, Ariz., and two sisters Mrs. Claude Herkner, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Harold Adams, Mesa, Ariz. Services: Teahen chapel at 10 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev William Leonard of Immaculate Conception church. Burial: St John's cemetery. Friends may call at Teahen's after 1 p.m. Monday. .Friends may, if they wish, donate to Ihe cancer fund. Chicago Snow Cleveland Cloudy Cincinnati ___ Cloudy Des Moines ___ Cloudy 33-17 Detroit Cloudy ndianapolis Cloudy 37-24 <ansas City ....PtCldy 52-34 Vtpls.-St. Paul Snow 18-10 Dlda City ..Fair Dmaha PICldy Sioux Falls Snow B Below zero. Degree Days Saturday Sunday Fotal to date rhrough Feb. 3, 1973 of normal year (Continued from Page Coralville Lake ''ool level Monday trucker, asked about the tone of the sessions, said, "Well, we all spoke English and playec under Marquis of Queensburj rules." In addition Io Ihe rollback, the Iruckers said Ihey wanted a price freeze on all oi products, a public audit of oi companies, a joint congressional committee study of their problems, removal of allocation quotas from truck stops and a crackdown on any hoarding ol diesel fuel by major trucking companies. Shapp proposed a 45-day moratorium on the truckers' shutdown to avert "pending economic, disaster." But spokesmen foi Ihe striking independents, am drivers interviewed in sevcra stales, said they weren't rolling again until diesel fuel prices arc cut back, freight rates are raised and until they arc al lowed to pass along higher fuc cosls. 30 Stales By Sunday night, the shutdown was having some effect in 30 states from Connecticut to Florida, across Ihc South am Midwest and along the southwest border of Ihe country from Texas to California. Governors officially deplored he continuing violence. Ally. 3en. Saxbc said in Mcchanics-nirg, Ohio, that "this handful of nickers is not going to bring :his cotinlry to ils Births Mercy Feb. 1 Mr. and Mrs. David 5arker, Mt. Vcrnon, a daugh-er. Feb. 3 .Mr. and Mrs. Vayne Gallagher, 1716 O Ave-lue NW, a son. Feb. 4 Mr. and Mrs. 3corgc Schultc, 3709 Western 'ine drive NE, a son. Births St. Luke's Jan. 31 Mr. and Mrs. UiVcrn Gordon, 1716 Llnmar [rive NE, a daughter. Feb. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, 1010 Fourteenth trcct, Marion, a son. Feb. 3 To Ihc families o[ fildon C. Purely, 5406 First avc-itie NW, n claughlcr; Dr. James tiirkc, 1637 South View drive a son; "Wade Morgan, Al-dns. a daughter; James It. Devoid, 402 Lariclt drive, Mnrion. daughter; Jerry J. Rinpcy, 137 Daniels street NE, a son. Out of Town Births Imva City Mr. and Mrs. Bailey o[ Solon, a aughtcr born Feb. 2. Mrs. Bal-oy's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Mwiird Blin, 2199 Eighth avc-nic, Marion. Marriage Licenses Donna Cole and Slcvic Ncs-litl, Dcbra Bnlccr and Charles ..anslon, Palti Mahoncy and ilwnrd Julieh, all of Cedar Inpicls. Sue Tiller and Victor Becker, both of Alburnctl. Cathy Powers, Cedar Rapids, lid Frank Allhnne, Center 'oint. Fires a.m. Sunday. False larni at 1215 Second street p.m. Sunday. Unknown (i ruliblsli In dump at rear of 311 Pioneer avenue SE. p.m. Sunday. Hole In uifricr floor nf camper al ixth street and Thirty-third venue SW. p.m. Sunday. Shnrl III wislirr motor nt Hamilton Iroel SW. a.m. Monday, nialfmic-iin (if alnrin system at 701 struct SIC. a.m. Monday. Asslslniicc nil nl inil Miller avenue SW. a.m. Monday. Mnlfmm-iin of heal mnmr at Tenth trcul SK. Magistrate's Court Siir.KilliiK Mlchnrrl M. Wyer Marvin M. Wyer, 73, of 2228 Bowling street SW, died Saturday following a sudden illness. Born in Bonaparte Nov. 14, 1900, he had resided in Cedar Rapids since 1963. He was a retired salesman and a veteran of World war If. Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Jack King, Livermore Calif.; two stepsons, Jack Knowles, Cedar Rapids, and Robert Knowles, Fort Madison; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday in Brady-Kuba funeral home bj the Rev. George B. McDill of Hits Memorial United Presbyterian church. Burial: White cemetery, Bonaparte. Friends may call at Brady-Kuba funeral home. Beatrice E. Gingcrich Beatrice E. (Chockic) Gingcrich, Sli, of 4544 Willowbrook drive NE, died Sunday. She was born July, 1017, in Ottmvnva and had been a resident ol Cedar Rapids the last 20 years. She was married to llarlcy Gingcrich Ocl. 26, 19411, in St. Louis. Me is the only survivor. Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday nt Sacred Heart Catholic church ill Ollumwa by the Rev. Marvin Sieger. Burial: Calvary ccme-Icry in Ollumwa, The Rosary will be recited Tuesday al p.m. at Ihe Recce funeral home in Oltumwa. YEARS AGO The Russian army newspaper Red Star Ihe systematic cxlcr-ninnlion by the Reds of 10 encircled German divisions in Ihc ippcr Dnieper bend in Ihe JOHN K. Convenient Downtown location Hoiiitfor 3083rclAvo. SE 365-0511 Ovnr i.i I'm Ininli'il lit M'i'ilc, .viv it PIERSON'S "sffip1 Vmir ITII ri.iwi.vr I.I.MS in, NW afler 1 p.m. Tuesday. Harry E. Hanson Harry Elmer Hanson, 89, route 1, Cedar Rapids, died Sun- day following a long illness. Born Sept. 1884, in Linn county, he was married to the ormer Myrtle E. Rawson in 907. He was a lifelong resident of Linn counly and a farmer icfore his retirement. He was a member of Covington church. Survivors include three daughters, lona Milburn, Mt. Vcrnon, Bernice Stillions, Marion, and Mrs. Eleanor Usher, Anamosa; 17 grand- children 32 great- grandchildren; and four step- ;rcat-grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel easl il a.m. Wednesday by Ihc Sev. Olio Zwanziger of Ihe Lu- iheran Church of the Resurrec- ,ion of Marion. Burial: Spring Grove cemetery near Covington. Friends may call at Turner's jeral exploratory which the judge said he did not have authorily Io do. j Faches said he had earlier cfused to look into morale iroblems and other problems, iut felt it was his duty to inves- igale reports of larceny, ob- ;truction of justice and neglect if duty, contrary to slate code. Closeted with Jury Still not decided Monday was vhelher a special prosecutor, tulside the county attorney's of- ice, should substitulc for the counly attorney or his assistant n the conduct of the invesliga- ,ion. Faches was clouded with the jrand jury Monday morning in accordance with his statement o the court Friday that he would "personally and fully ad- vise" the grand jury for three lours about his investigation. Should Be Public Eads said alleged unconstitu- ional activilies uncovered by cause there lire some (id dis- eases which can he transmit- Cyril J. Vavra Cyril J. Vavra, 55, formerly of 1834 J street SW, died Sunday after a brief illness. Born July 13, 1918, in Cedar Rapids, he was a lifelong resident of the city. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Donald Konigsmark, Cedar Rapids. Services: Wednesday at 11 i.m. in Janeba-Kuba funera home west by the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial: Czech National, Friends may call at Janeba- Kuba funeral home west after 1 p.m. Tuesday. Mary S. Jessop Mary S. Jessop, 91, a Cedar Rapids resident 15 years, diet Sunday following a long illness She was the widow of Ford Jes sop. Surviving is a sister, Mrs George Reinfeld, Massapequa New York. Private cremation services were conducted at Cedar Memo rial with inurnment in the Chap el of Memories columbarium. Arrangements by Cedar Memo rial funeral home. Joseph Fejfarek Joseph Fejfarek, 90, of 122 Firsl street SE, died Sunday after a short illness. A lifelong residenl of Cedar Rapids, he ,vas born Feb. 28, 1883. A nillwright at Quaker Oats Co., he retired in 1948. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Mary Holland of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. W.J. Horak of Ely. Services: Brosh chapel at j.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Wil- iam Harnish. Burial: Czech Na- tional cemetery. Friends may call at Ihe chapel. Victor C. Scott Victor C. Scott, (10, died Jan. 27 in Corpus Christi, Texas, fol- lowing a long illness. He was a resident of Cedar Rapids for 10 years before moving to Texas 20 years ago. He was born March 26, 1883, and was married to Rose Wolfe in Madison, 1ml.. on Nov. 13, 1907. He is survived by his wife; three sons. Dr. Howard, Bcl- monl. Calif., Dr. Edward, Hous- ton, Texas, and Elmer, Corpus Chrisli; three daughters, Mrs K. R. Dickey, Frccport, 111., M r s. Dell Cornally, Cedar II a p ids, and Ruth Rumer, Corpus Chrisli; one brother, Glcnnie, Madison, Ind.; 27 ;randchiUlrcn and 12 great- grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday in Corpus Chrisli. :he counly attorney's investiga- ,ion "should be called to Ihe lublic's altenlion. Were this in- vestigation not made, il is not clear how such'matter concern- ng the police deparlment would lave come to the public's alten- ;ion except by an investigation of this nature and through the news media." Concerning the county attor- ney's granting of immunity the judge said: "It is to be noted that the legislature has prescribed the offenses for which immunity may be granted to witnesses who testify as to certain con- duct. ted from dogs and cats to humans. The bill, which would be ef- fective next Jan. 1, would re- quire all commercial kennels, animal pounds, pet shops, com- mercial dealers and breeders and boarding kennels to buy a slate license unless they are al- licensed under federal aw. It provides for periodic in- spections by the slate of the fa- cilities where pels are kept, and would make violations of sanitary standards and humane treatment standards a mis- demeanor. It would be a sepa- rate offense for each day condi- tions continued after improve- ment is ordered. Rep. Glen Brockclt (R-Mar- shalltown) opposed Ihe meas- ure, because, he said, the max- mum the state will receive in icense fees would be annually. That is a "ridicu- ous sum to pay the he said; and he predicted the Iowa department of agriculture "will je in here a year from now asking a half-million to a mil- ion dollars to administer this "Cannol Granl" "The court and prosecutors cannot grant immunily on be half of the public in o: statutory authority. Howev er, witnesses can, of course, as sert the rights against self incrimination and public ig nominy and attention can be called to any applicable statute of limitations." The exceptions, listing cases in which immunity may be granted, do not include larceny and other offenses referred to by the county altorney. Did Not Grant Faches did not grant such for- mal immunity, but indicated he would not prosecute and failed to warn witnesses of their con- stitutional rights, thus barring the use of the testimony in any prosecution against them. Judge Eads attached to his special instructions Ihe state's statute on conspiracy. He told the jury before they retired to their closed meeting iom: "This statute may have appli- cability to testimony in the county attorney's investiga- tion. It may or may not be applicable to some breakins or .0 favored trealmenl as to any prominent citizen alleged Io :iave occurred." .The Definition statutory definition of conspiracy, refers to conspiring "with the- fraudulent or mali- cious intent wrongfully to injure ;hc person, character, business iropcrty or rights in properly of mother, or to do any illegal act njurious to the public trade, health, morals, or police or to [he administration of public jus- ice, or to commit any felony." Underlined in the copy pre- sented Io (he grand jury were by protesting drivers and some because of sympathy with the truckers' demands Driver Meeting A meeting of drivers was planned for 1 p.m. Monday to discuss strategy. Jerry Murphy, 1217 K slreel SW, said the shutdown has been successful at all local truck slops. 'There's no fuel to be had in Cedar said Murphy, an independent trucker who was forced to sell his rig recently "before it was repossessed" be- cause of the fuel prices. .Cease Running Several local carriers have Rep. Qaentin Anderson (R- Beaconsficld) said he has been (old that 90 percent of fhe pels covered by the bill already are covered by fed- eral inspeclion. (Continued from Page 1.) the St. Clair added reference to Nixon's repeated assertions that he was unaware of any Watergate cover-up unti: Dean told him March 21. More Needed Jaworski said Sunday that while he may have enough information to "indict certain individuals" sometime Ihis month, he needs more to com plete his investigation "with care and with thoroughness." He would not identify the ad- ditional material he wants ex- cept to say, "There are docu- ments and some are also in the nature of tapes." He did not pin- poinl just when he had asked for this information but said the White House informed him Fri- day it would make a final deci- sion Monday whether to furnish it. Jaworski, who was interview- ed on ABC's "Issues and An- also disputed in part a comment made earlier Sunday by Vice-president Ford. Scott's Proof Ford urged thai the White House make public as quickly as possible the documentary material which Senate GOP Leader Hugh Scott has said shows Nixon had no knowledge of Watergate prior to last March 21 contrary to testimony of former aide John Dean. Asked why such information has not been made public, Ford ;aid: "The White House feels that because of the altitude ol the special prosecutor, and to some extent the attitude of the court, that it should not be." Asked about that, Jaworski said: "I have never asked the White House not to make any- thing public but, in order to an- swer the question fully and fair- ly, 1 must say thai if some evi- dence were made public by the While House, it could conceiv- ably affect the fairness of the stopped running. Local spokes- men for United Van Lines and North American Van Lines said they were not sending trucks out of town until they know what the situation is. Other firms, primarily Cedar Rapids Steel Transport, were continuing to send trucks out. "We're definitely trying to get some of those big ones, like CRST, to Murphy said. "But we're not going to put our lives on the line and sitep oul in fronl of them." I He said the truckers are let- ing trucks go through if drivers refuse to stop. No Fuel "Sooner or later, they're joing to get Murphy said. He said no fuel is avail- able in Illinois, Ohio or Pennsyl- vania, and the same situation is developing in the west. "Everything's being done in a peaceful he said. 'We're not forcing them to shut down, we're asking them to shut down." Asked how long the blockade will continue, Murphy said, "If the government doesn't do something pretly soon, it's apt to last a long tune. We're not going to backwater this time we're going to hold out until we get what we want." A town meeting to discuss plans for a proposed community center will be held Feb. 14, in- stead of Feb. 13 as originally scheduled. The meeting was moved from Wednesday to Thursday be- cause the armory was unavail- able on 'Wednesday. The meet- ing will stail at 7 p.m. All interested persons are urged to attend the meeting. A brief summary of the proposal will be given before the meeting is opened to Ihe public for ques- tions, suggestions and opinions. (Continued from Page 1.) companies. Under the proposal, foreign oil production would no longer generate excess foreign tax credits. The plan calls for "only a rea- sonable part of the foreign in- come tax" to he "treated as a creditable tax. The balance would be treated as an ex- he said. Federal Energy Chief William Simon urged motorists Monday to purchase a minimum of worth of gasoline to stop panic allying that he said is over- whelming service stations. As soon as congress passes legislation, Simon said he will Reynolds avenue SW, died Sun- day at Iowa City following a short illness. Formerly of Burl- who are ex-! consider making the minimum Ticics' reply Io 'he lobc limil instructions also included these comments: 1 "The constitutional violations ______ j would never have been brought LJ T public attention without my William H. Iracey iinvcstigation and report. It was William II. Traccy, 51, of paramount interest lo make' them public. 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