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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 »    »    -    ^    g    J.  nAIIONAI WI MHH SUtviCt /OMC ASI to 7AM til 0.48    30    >4    _  »    *V-_    30    ?4     3048     (flfo  *    <$?'•*- '^ w '' '4  a * 6 -74  ngton, he had been a Rapids resident 22 years.  Horn Sept 14, 1922, at Centerville, he was married to Doris  . j n Lj.ii    ce l    al    d • I    Marie Luedeman July 17,    1948,  Mrs. Bruce H.ll    Elizabeth    Ben,sh     at Hurljngton He S( , rV(1(J    with   I'auline (,’. Hill, 65, of Holly    elizabeth Beeish, 84, of 829    the army during World war    II  wood, l-’la., widow of Bruce Hill,    Third avenue SE, widow of    John    and was employed by Quaker-  died Saturday following a short    J Benish, died Saturday    eve    Oats Co for 20 years. He was    a  illness. Formerly of Cedar    rung after a long illness    Born    i member of United Travelers.  Rapids, she had lived in Florida Elizabeth Copula Nov. 25, 1890,  13 years. Born June 23, 1908, at I near Western, she lived in Earlham, she was employed by Cedar    Rapids    and vicinity most Monroe, and a sister, Mrs.    Rob-    tor    sale    as pets.  Cedar Rapids Engineering Co of her    life.    ort Clark, Hastings, Mich.    Rep.    Lyle  for JO years, retiring in 1962 Surviving 'She was a member of the Pres- tors,    Lillian  byteriari church at Hollywood W W. Rajtor Surviving are lier mother, Pfost, all of Cedar Rapids, nine'Friends may call at. the funeral °t diseased dogs Ethel Bunnell, Merimae, Flori- grandchildren and 21 great-home after I p.m. Tuesday.  Cedar I The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., I rh. 4,    1971  Licensing for Truck Stops  Commercial Pet  A  /~i i Sale bv House  Ar eClosed;  No Violence  Surviving are'his wife,'"Doris; ! d{, Y  t0  squire a state licensing!  ,ruck s,ops m ,hn Cedar  a brother, Theodore Tracey, jr., °T P ersons  raising dogs and cats; .  DES MOINES (AB) Iowa house voted (70 20)  Tho Mon-1  s area were still shut down Monday by truckers pro-  Stephens  are three dough- Arrangements arc pending at j^Mars) said there are many.    . were iii nn  n Schrader, Mrs.! Chedar Memorial funeral home, instances in which the public    violence wk ren  ra and Mac Smith Burial :    Cedar    Memorial,    has been defrauded by the sale  UM Wf ATK*ifOIOCAM  Snow is forecast for Monday night over portion: or the northern plains, and middle Mississippi valley and tho upper Grea; Lakes area. Snow will also the central Rockies and from Pennsvlvan’a through central and northern New tinned cold tnroughout the country.  —Daily Record—  at 8,  da; five sons, Duane, Anamosa, |grandchildren.  I Norman, Palo, Keith, West I Services:    Brosh chapel at  Palm Beach, Fla., Eugene, Bir- 10:30 a m. Wednesday by the mingham, Ala., and laster, Rev. William Harnish. Burial: Olathe, Ran.; a sister, Lucille Czech National cemetery. Leroy, Merimae, Fla., and a Friends may call at the chapel brother, Mason Bunnell, Holly- after I p rn Tuesday.  I wood, Fla., and eight grandchildren.    i_|    c    u  ____  ,    ,,,    .    .    Marry    t.    Manson  Services: Chapel of Memories     7   at I p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Harry Elmer Hanson, 89. Lee Roy Collins of St. Mark’s route I, Cedar Rapids, died Sun-United Methodist church. Inurn- day following a long illness. Irnent of cremated remains will Horn Sept. 9, 1884, in Linn j be in Cedar Memorial ceme* county, he was married to the 'tory. Friends may call at the former Myrtle E. Rawson in chapel after noon Thursday. 1907. He was a lifelong resident The family suggests, that friends of Linn county and a farmer , may, if they wish, donate to the before his retirement. He was a Mdmci s, - Heart Fund. Arrangements by member of Covington church.  Cedar Memorial funeral home. Survivors include three  -Grand Jury—  (Continued from Page  I.)  said he did not conduct a “general exploratory investigation.” which the judge said he did not have authority to do.  Baches said he had earlier refused to look into morale   ( j,    testing    lower speed    limits and  high fuel    prices,    but some  the road and ported.  or cats which' Highway patrol and sheriff’s died soon after they were pur- officers reported lighter truck chased,    or    in which    the    pet     ,raffic     than    usual,    but neither  turned out    to he    “not    even of    agency    was    aware of any block-  the breed the customer thought!; 1 ^ ™  ,h ^ highways serving he had bought.”  Inspection and licensing is also necessary, he said, because there are some 60 diseases which can be transmitted from dogs and cats to humans.  Cedar Rapids.  Local truck stops were not selling fuel Monday, some because their pumps were blocked by protesting drivers and some because of sympathy with the truckers’ demands.  would be I, would  ef-  re-  the upper  occur over York. Con-  Dri ver Meeting  A meeting of drivers was planned for I p.m. Monday  to  Duane A. Johnson  The Weather  High temperatures Sunday, tov temp eralure', overnight and inches of i?rc-cipitrttion:  Anchorage    JS    23    L. Angeles    77    53  Atlanta    70    32    Miami    78    68  Bismarck    0    -5    .OI    Min'anolis    9    -23  Chicago    30    IO    N. Orleans    73    42  Denver    SO    27    New York    23    17 .03  Duluth    14 -13    .IO    Phoenix    73    45  Honolulu    81 67  Houston    64 46  Seattle Washingtn  47 45 .23 37 26 .08  C. R. Weather  High Sunday ............  I,ow overnight ...........  Noon Monday .  2 p.m. Monday...........  Precipitation ........  Total for Fob........  Normal for Feb.....  Normal through Fob.  Total for 1974 .......  Barometer, rising ..  Humidity at noon ..........70%  Yarrington, Viola; each fined $40 and costs. Terry Williams, 3303 O avenue NW; Frederick Darrah, 1535 Henderson drive, Marion; Carolyn Clark, 118 Thirty-third street NE; Philip Schreiner, 290 Brentwood place NE; Ct tidy Bye, 610 Fifth street. SW; Donald Larson, HOO Thirty-fifth | street NE; Donald Miller, 428 12 Blairs Ferry road NE; Donald 0| McCallister, 1205 Fifth street NW; James Stacey, Ely; Peter Sprague, Edgewood; Ricki Lemon, 2227 Shady Oaks court NE; Richard Hutchins, 3700 Johnson avenue NW; Richard Bennett, 2135 Blairs Ferry road NE; each fined $30 and costs. Lon Lypkout, Vinton; fined $25 and costs. David Slin-kard, Bloomfield, Mo.; Marvin Gregory, Newton; .Jerry Harrell, 124 Thirty-fourth street Wind direction    and    velocity    at) d r i v e SE; Duane Powell,  Gazette    weather    station    at    2 £333 Eighteenth street SW;  « r., ccm nt n    (Kenneth Nuncmaker, 1662  p.m. SSW at 7 mph.    Eleventh    I  Duane Sioux  A. Johnson, 58, of  in the conduct of the investiga- —. ------   -    i    ,  fh f  ,  nri ,, n _  . Usher, Anamosa; 17 grand- jj on     sanitary standards and humane  c 0 c  P  ces>   City and  a . / orr ]? ei ]  m  r , eSI  children ;    32    great-     iu uu    treatment standards a mis-    Cease    Running  ripnt iii odar RBnid^ died Mon* -j    j    r    a    *    defies    W8S    closeted    with    the    «     f4     ,, ,  dent rn ueaar napias, uttu mon grandchildren; and four step- . .    demeanor. It would be a sepa-  day after a long illness.    „........a-uIia—    grand    jury Monday morning in    i  He  agent  had  in  great-grar.dchildren.  .... 12 .... 17 .. None Trace ...1.03 .. 2.54 I ii:: .30.30  vice Monday Dyersville.  Norway — Mrs. Frank G.  Carl s o n , Chicago. Services Thursday at ll, Trinity Lutheran church. George Brosh.  Dysart — Miss Lucille Nutt,  54. Services Tuesday at 2,  Overton’s.  Anamosa — Mrs. Herman G.  Dirks, 85. Services Wednesday at 2, Wayne Zion Lutheran church. Goettsch’s.  Oelwein — Fred Becker, 75. Services Tuesday at  I 30, Brant’s.    I    s urv j v j n g are his    wife, the     t ; on 0 f Marion Burial- Spring  Lansing — Dennis Jones, 15.  f      lIon U1    maMUU -  nui iai -  Services Wednesday at 1:30, former    Edna    irons,    two    sons,    (j rove  cemetery near Covington.  Old East Paint Creek church, Cary    and    William,    and    two    ppjends    may call at Turner’s  Waukon. Martin’s, Waukon.    j daughters, Jan and    Peggy, all  Farmersburg Benjamin L. of Sioux City; two sisters, Mrs.  Roman Calles of Remsen and Mrs. IL J. Corwin    of Cedar  Rapids; two brothers, Carrol E.  The hill, which  problems and other problems, fictive next Jan but felt it was his duty to inves-iq U j re a || commercial kennels,, ligate reports of larceny, oh-  animaI    t shoFS com . discuss strategy  struction of justice and neglect  morc j a | dealers and breeders  Jerr y Murphy, 1217 K street of duty, contrary to state code. L nd  boarding kennels to buy a said the shutdown has been Closeted with Jury    state license unless they are al- successful at all local truck  ready licensed under federal  S *°P?; law.  It provides for periodic in  still not decided Monday was whether a special prosecutor, outside the county attorney’s of  “There’s no fuel to be had in Cedar Rapids,” said Murphy,  A “IL:*    Mi    thorn    Mf?    ,    coomy    attorney    s    rn-    ,    an    independent    trucker    who    was  daughters, Iona Milburn Mf.    f lce  should substitute for the    sections ny the state of the la    rpeentlv  Vernon, Bernice Stillions,     coun t v  attorney or his assistant     c,1,,, es where pets are kept. ;° r cd to    sel *     ls  rig recently  Marion, and Mrs. Eleanor    ;,, tho rnnHtmt nf th* invpstioa-    and would make violations of; before it    was    repossessed be-  Several local carriers have  been an insurance Services: Turner chapel east Cedar Rapids  accordance with his statement r ,lh '■ offense for cacti day condi-Stopped running. Local spokes-  and ,7"    ’    "VT    ~v _r v    I    to    the    court    Friday    that    he  “Hap” Atkins before entering the insur- Rev. Otto Zwanziger oMhe Lu-' would  “PersonaUy and fully ad  cons continued after improve-  ance business at Sioux City. Surviving are his wife,  theran Church of the Resurrect  vi se  Zurcher, 84. Services Wednesday at 1:30 at Witt’s, Elkader, where friends may call after 2 Tuesday.  ment is ordered.  Rep. Glen Brockett (R-Mar-shalltown) opposed the measure, because, he said, the maximum the state will receive in $65,000   _________ _    a "ridicu-  the county attorney’s investigates  sum  R> pay the hill,” he Cyril J. Vavra    tion “should be called to the  sa * d ’ and he predicted the Iowa  Cyril J Vavra. 55. formerly of public’s attention. Were this in- Apartment of agriculture “will  east.  the grand jury for three hours about his investigation.  Should Be Puhlir  Eads said alleged unconstitu-(license fees would be tional activities uncovered by annually. That is  Memorial Services  be in here a year from a half-million to a  now  mil-  SSW at  Sun rises Tuesday, 8:16; sun sets, 6:26.  Year Ago Today — High, 49; low, 35; rainfall, none.  Traveler's Forecast Tuesday  Weather, Hi-Lo  Bismarck .......Cloudy  Chicago ........ Snow-  Johnson of Arizona and Wallace MM-J ^eet    such    matter    concern'-1  aski "8  ness, Walter George - i    °' Wetosday at 2 IS. 1918. It. Cedar Rapids, ho mg the pollee department would ^dollars to admtn.st-r this  Tut'ijor' U clhapeI W.f’JSiU- a. Firs, Presbyterian w» a lifelong resident of the  Herbst. Burial: Cedar Mcmori- church in Sioux City. The casket, J"    .    .  a1. Friends may call at Turner| will not be opened. The body Surviving is a sister,  street NW; Alan Curtis, 1017 B avenue NE;  Francis Carron, 1287 Twenty-ninth street NE; each fined $20 and costs.  Faulty equipment — Gary  R e v  •  Larr -V K. Fruchling Runyon, Vinton; Larry Mes- Friends may call at Turner cast serschmidt, 700 Thirty-fifth  un „, 9 p.m. Monday, street, Marion; each fined $10 Hunt, Robert J. — lurner and costs.  ..«v ww opened. — —,,    ,    .    „    .    .  west until I p.m. Tuesday. The I  wi „  b(? returne(i l0  Cedar Donald Komgsmark,  casket will not be opened after I . ,    ,    ,    Ranids  the service.    Rapids    for    cremation    and    com- 1     Kapra^     Wedncsd   Kemme, Elizabeth M. — mittal.    cervices,    weoncsaay  Graveside in Cedar Memorial Friends may, if they wish, at 10:30 a m. Tuesday by the  contrjbute t0 the cancer  fund.  Clifford M. Chapman  14-9B 30-19  Cleveland .......Cloudy 28-19  Cincinnati ......Cloudy 32-26  Des Moines ....Cloudy 33-17  Detroit ..  Cloudy    25-17  Indianapolis    .    ..    Cloudy    37-24  Kansas City    ...    PtCldy    52-34  Mpls.-St. Paul.....Snow    18-10  Okla. City .........Fair 60-32  Omaha   PtCldy 35-14  Sioux Falls ........Snow    25-0  B—-Below zero.  Degree Days  Saturday ..........  .Sunday .....•    •    .......  Total to date .........  .Through Feb. 3, 1973 . •Percent of normal year Total normal year ....  Coralville Lake  Pool level Monday ......  Births — Mercy  Feb. I — Mr. and Mrs  Harker, Mt. Vernon, a tor.  I Fell. 3    — Mr. and Mrs.  Wayne Gallagher. 1716 O Avenue NW. a son.  Feb. I Mr. and Mrs. George Schulte, 3709 Western Pine drive NE, a son.  ... 45 54 4,193 4,485 63.19 6,631  Improper passing — Kevin Fox. 628 Twentieth street NE; fined $20 and costs. Leo Novak, Palo; fined $15 and costs.  Traffic signal violation William Hoy, 4620 Ford avenue! NW; fined $20 and costs. Richard Croy, 70 Devon wood avenue SW; Guy Williams, 2116 Caroline drive NE; Jon Fusscll, 2746 Dalewood avenue SE; each fined $15 and costs.  Disturbing the peace— Vick j Espey, 1619 First avenue SE; fined $20 and costs.  Littering — Thomas Duffy, 1807 Second avenue NW; fined i $20 and costs.  Vehicle control violation —I  Kenneth Sellers, 1917 Eighth avenue SE; Mark Joyner, 607i ! Second  chapel east at 3 p.m. Tuesdayl Clifford M. Chapman, 68. of by the Rev. Glenn Bender of 971^ Sixteenth avenue SW, a life-First Congregational church, j resident of Cedar Rapids Burial:    Cedar    Memorial.    y    ..    ,  Friends may call at Turner  an d a retired cast.    :    Sunday    after  mail clerk, died a long illness.  M rs  of this nature and through the  Cedar  new,s mef ^ ia  ”  Concerning the county attor-' at ll ney’s granting of immunity the a m. in Janeba-Kuba funeral judge said; home west by the Rev. Clarence “It is to be noted that the Frana. Burial: Czech National, legislature has prescribed the Friends may call at Janeba-; offenses for which immunity | Kuba funeral home weft after I may be granted lo witnesses j p m. Tuesday.    wha testify as to certain con-   __duct.  Mary S. Jessop    “Cannot    Grant”  Rep. Quentin Anderson (R-Beaeonsfield I said he has been told that 99 percent of the pets covered by the bill already are covered by federal inspeetion.  —Watergate-  (Continued from Page I.)  the  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 stop,” Murphy said. “But we’re not going to put our lives on the line and step out in front of them.”  He said the truckers are letting trucks go through if drivers refuse to stop.  No Fuel  “Sooner or later, they’re going to get stopped,” Murphy said. He said no fuel is available in Illinois, Ohio or Pennsylvania. and the same situation is developing in the west.  “Everything’s being done in a peaceful nature,” he said.  Catholic church by tho Robert Ci7.ek. Rosary p.m. Monday in Jancba-Kuba funeral home west. Burial; St. John’s.  Ilorlivy, Kathrr.vn p.m. Tuesday in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. James C. DeSmidt. Burial: Cedar Memorial.  —Trucks—  (Continued from Page I.)  avenue SW; each fined I $20 and costs. William Devine* 0 ^ trucker, asked about the 678.62 2631 O avenue NWL fined $15 tone of the sessions, said, “Well,  I  an Driwrt license violation     Sp ° ke E "* lish and  P 1 *^  Ncuhatis. Gilbert J. — lo Born Oct. 25, 1905, in Cedar  un. Tuesday in St. Ludmila’s Rapids, he was married to Cath  matter,” St. Clair added in reference to Nixon’s repeated    “We’re    not    forcing    them to shut  assertions that he was unaware    down.    we’re asking    them to shut  Mary S. Jessop, 91, a Cedar “The court and prosecutors of any Watergate cover-up until down.”  r  Rapids resident 15 years, died cannot grant immunity on bo-Dean told him March 21.    j    Asked    how    long    the blockade  Sunday following a long illness, half of the public in absence of j    More    Needed    will continue, Murphy said, “If  % V 01crinc Cunningham .Jan. IO. .946    Ste was th, widow of Ford des-    J a w o r s k i said    Sunday ^.hinTprTv' jTv, apt  ‘ Surviving is a sister. Mrs.    sert the rights against    self- thai while he may have    enough!,” last amlong time We're not  h/rth r iVnn K ch'mnvin    George Reinfeld, Massapequa.!incrimination and public    ig-.information to indict    certain going to backwater this time—  1:30 pl ! 1he L    J IWO K York.    Hominy and attention can bo individuals” sometime this :  we’re going to hold out until we  ' vt ri a ’ u im p r a- Private cremation services called to any applicable statute month, he needs more to com- get what we want.”  Mrs. Claude H^kner Cedar  w ^re conducted at Cedar Memo-of limitations.”    pletc his investigation “with _  Rapids, and Mrs. Harold Ac anis,  w _ th  . n urnm en t in the Chap- The exceptions, listing cases care and with thoroughness.”  el of Memories columbarium, in which immunity may be would not identify the ad- uCHirnUnilV u6fU6r Arrangements    by Cedar Memo- granted,    do    not    include    larceny     ( itional material he wants ex    r-    .•    _ ■    nL„ M „ A j  rial funeral    home.    and    other    offenses    referred    to     C(, Pt to say, ‘‘There are doeu-    rS    uHunf Sfl   --bv the county attorney.     ments an <* some are also in the    ..  nature of tapes.” He did not pin-    meeting  Mesa, Ari/..  Services: Teahcn chapel at IO am. Wednesday by the Rev.: William Leonard of Immaculate; Conception church. Burial: St. John’s cemetery. Friends may call at Teahen’s after I p.m. Monday.  Joseoh Fejfarek  A town meeting to discuss  point just when he "had” asked P lans for . H  P r0 P 0Sed  community Faches did not grant such for for this information but said the  center  be held Fob. 14, in-  Did Not Grant  Joseph Fejfarek, 90. of 1221  First street SE, died Sunday  ma j immunity, but indicated he White House informed him Fri-  stead  °f ^ c b. 13 as originally  David Duane Powell, 2333 Eight-:  under  nato to the cancer fund.  Marvin M. Wyer  Marvin M. Wyer, 73, of 2228  Marquis of Queensbury  (laughll ccnth street SW; Mark Joyner,I rules.” In addition to the roll-  1606 Second avenue SW; each (back. the truckers said they  lined $15 and costs. Dorothy wanted a price freeze on all oil Miller, 1020 Prairie drive NEM ... .    '    ...    ...    ,    ,  fined $10 and costs.    products, a public audit of oil  improper    w idth — Gary    j companies, a joint    congres-    j Bowling    street    SW.    died Satur-  j    Birch, 1036    Eleventh street    sional committee study    of their    day    following a    sudden illness.  vrhielv| pro “ c T  r T° Vi ‘' allocation lu.Vn rn Bonaparte Nov. 14 1900.   Kenneth Sellers, 1917 EighthH  r0m trU1 '^  sR) P s a nd a he had resided in Cedar Rapids  [avenue SE; fined $30 and| cra ckdovvn on any hoarding of [since 1963 He was a retired costs.    I    diesel fuel  improper turn — Cecil companies.  Ayers, OJI Old Marion road    i    a  NE; fined $15  ; ,nd costs.    I     Sha PP P ro P<> sed a 4a da y mor-  Ohstruotion    of driver’s view    atrium on the truckers’ shut-  Feb. 3—To the families oft"*  Rick Tcb be, 1360 Hillside    down to avert “pending    econorn-  Eldon Purdy, 5406 First ave-  (,m ' NU , fined $15 and costs. disaster.” But spokesmen for Knowles, Cedar Rapids, and  line \ W a daughter; Dr. .lames    Lcaisla+ure    the .striking independents, and Robert Knowles. Fort Madison;  .Burke, 1637 South View drive    -■    ,    .    ....    ,   SrI) . lt0     .drivers    interviewed in several seven Grandchildren and  Friends may, if they wish, do- after a short illness. A lifelong  wou |d not prosecute and failed day it would make a final deci- scheduled.  resident of Cedar Rapids, he to warn witnesses of their con- sion Monday whether to furnish Yhe meeting was moved from was born Feb. 28. 1883 A stitutional rights, thus barring it.    Wednesday to Thursday bc-  millwright at Quaker Oats Co.,'the use of the testimony in any Jaworski. who was interview-  cauSe  ^e armory was unavail-  Births — St. Luke’s  Jan. 31    —    Mr.    and Mr:  LaVern Gordon, 1716 Lintnar drive NE, a daughter.  I cb. 2— TVIr and Mrs. Harvey Thompson, toto Fourteenth j street, Marion, a son.  by major trucking  salesman and a veteran of World war II  Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Jack King, Livermore Calif; two stepsons, Jack  NW, a son; Wade .Moreau. Atkins, a daughter; James It. De-Sotel. 402 Larick drive, Mat ion. a daughter; Jerry J. Rippey, 937 Daniels street NE, a son.  Out of Town Births  Iowa C’ity Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bailey of Solon, a daughter horn Feb. 2 Mrs. Bailey’s parents are Mt and Mrs. Edward Blin, 2199 Eighth avenue, Marion.  [drivers interviewed in several seven grandchildren and two 27 j n  Corpus Christi, Texas, fol-jprominent citizen Convened at 9:30 a.m.    states,    said    they    weren’t    rolling    great-grandchildren.    lowing a long illness. He was a have occurred.”  Passed 37-5 a bill to remove [again until diesel fuel prices are Services: IO a rn, Wednesday resident of Cedar Rapids for IO the 75,000 limit on membership cut back, freight rates are;in Brady-Kuba funeral home by years before moving to Texas 20 Counties    Association °f raised and until they are al- the Rev George B McDill of T     *  Passed 32-to a bill to raise lowed to pass along higher fuel Hus Memorial United Presby-  pro«ecution against them.    od on ABC’s “Issues and Amable on Wednesday. The meet-  Judge Eads attached    to his    suers”, also disputed in part a     ln *     wi, |    ® tart    a *  7 p m   special instructions the    state’s    comment made earlier Sunday     A11     interested    persons are  statute on conspiracy.    by Vice-president Ford.    urged  aR ^nd the meeting. A  ....    „    _    .    brief summary of the proposal  He told the jury before they    Seott s Proof     m  ^  givpn  ^ (ore |he mectj   refired lo Ihetr closed meeting  Ford urged  , h (he  white is opened to the public for ques-   room '    .    Rouse make public as quickly tions, suggestions and opinions.  “This statute may have apple    as possible the documentary]    _  cability to testimony    in the    material which Senate GOF’  county attorney’s investiga-Leader Hugh Scott has said tion. . . It may or may not be [shows Nixon had no knowledge applicable to some breakins or, of Watergate prior to last March Scott, 90. died Jan. to favored treatment as to any 21 contrary to testimony of companies. Under the proposal.  he retired in 1948.  Surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Mary Holland of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. W J. Borak of Ely.  Services: Brosh chapel at 2 pm. Tuesday by the Rev. William Harnish. Burial: Czech National cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel.  Victor C. Scott  Victor C.  —Energy—  (Continued from Page I.)  alleged  minimum automobile liability costs, insurance.  Received eight Gills including] one to prohibit Iho sale of beer and soft drinks in disposal containers.  Recessed for lunch and committee meetings.  30 States  Marriage Licenses  Donna Cole and Stevie N<\s-[    iov/a    Deaths  bitt, Debra Baker and Chariest    ...  I,,ngton. Patti Mahoney and I    Independence    Mrs. Edith  Edward Juliet!, all of Cedar ^‘Dott, 90. bcmces Timsday a Rapids. SIH' Title, and Victor Aurora United Methods Becker, both Of Alburnett, church. Friends may call a Kathy Powers, Cedar Rapids.] White’s until IO Tuesday and at and Frank Allbone, Center  By Sunday night, the shutdown was having some effect in 30 states from Connecticut to Florida, across the South and Midwest and along the south-  terian church. Burial: White cemetery, Bonaparte. Friends may call at Brady Kuba funeral home  years ago He was Iwirn March 26, 1883, and was married to Rose Wolfe in Madison, Iud , on Nov 13, 1907  of  to former aide John Dean.    [foreign    oil production would no  Asked why such information longer generate excess foreign has not been made public, Ford tax credits, said: “The White House feels    The plan    calls    for “only a rea-  that because of the attitude of    sonable part of    the foreign in-  refers    to conspiring    tho special prosecutor, and to    come tax’’    to be “treated as a  fraudulent or    man-     somo extent the attitude of the    cred jtable    tax.    The balance  would be treated Asked about that. Jaworski pense,” he said  Definition  The statutory definition conspiracy “with tho  cious intent wrongfully to injure  mur|  , ha| j( shou|d no(  ^  the person, character, business  as an ex  ile is survived by his wife; property or    said:    “I have never asked the! Federal Energy Chief William  three sons.. Dr. Howard. Bel- ‘ ,no 1    0    (     *    ‘    White    House not to make any- Simon urged motorists Monday  moot. Calif. Dr Edward. Hous- injurious to the public trade,  ton, Texas, and  Point.  Fires  3:30 a rn. Sunday. False ‘alarm at J 215 Second street NW.  2:16 p.m. Sunday. Unknown    ,  to rubbish in Hump at rear of 1 ®* Shelly s, where (Mends may  3311 I’ionecr avenue SE 4:47 p.m. Sunday. Hole  the church alter 11.  Masonville David I). Ross, 13. Services Wednesday at 10:30 at Immaculate Conception church, Masonville. Burial in Oakland cemetery. Manchester. Rosary at 8 Monday aud Wake service at 8 Tuesday  Beatrice E. Ginqerich  wust border of the country from gerich,    56.    of    4544    Willowbrook    Om-di; thr«' v     ^    Jut. mTSmmTtiny’feKny '^’  ly '  Iexas to California.    drive NE, died Sunday. She ^    ‘    \    Underlined    in the conv nre-  M r s Dell (ornallv. 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Rosary Tues Short In [day at 8, McSwiggin-Uhlmann. Hamilton New Vienna    Me Ango  line Riesherg,    70 Services  Malfuiic-1 Tuesday al 10 30, St Boniface  Governors officially deplored was bom July, 1917. in Ottumwa the continuing violence. Atty Gen Saxbe said iii Mechanics-j Cedar Rapids the last 20 years burg, Ohio, that‘‘this handful of She was married to Harley truckers is not going to bring Gingerich Oct. 26, 1948. in St this country to its knees." H-oiiis. He is the only survivor  -    -    Services:    IO    a in. Wednesday  30 YEARS AGO The Kus at Sacred Heart Catholic church sian army newspaper Red Star in Ottumwa by the Rev Marvin reported tin' systematic exter- Sieger. Burial Calvary ccme rn ilia tion by the Reds of IO en- tery iii Ottumwa The Rosary circled German divisions iii the will be rented Tuesday at 7 30 upjH'r Dnieper fiend in the p.m. at the Reece funeral home Ukraine.    in Ottumwa.  to the special included these  111  William William ll  Faches’ reply instructions also comments:  "Tile constitutional violations wculd never have been brought to public attention without my investigation and report. It was Tracey, 51. of 2119 of paramount interest lo make avenue SW, died Sun- them public.  “I would have found nothing without grant tig immunity.”  I must say that if some evidence were made public by the White House, it could conceivably affect the fairness of the trial of those people w ho are expected to he indicted.”  $3  stop panic  buying that he said is overwhelming service stations.  As soon as congress passes legislation, Simon said he will consider making the minimum purchase limit a mandatory one  H. 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