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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATIONAL 30,24 WtAtHfR Krtwiri (Ml / i(t (A 7 a ax UT - 74 3000_j£\ Cedar Rapids Obituaries M rs. Frank E. Warner Lena Brown Warner, 85, of 1211 Third avenue SM. and Mrs. L. O. Faglo Iola Loraine Kohler Eagle, 72, of 1270 Thir ty-seeond street NE, and widow of I/tring 0. Eagle, died Tuesday following a brief illness Born Sept. 26, 1001, in Palo, she was married June 25, 1024, near Marion. A resident ol Cedar Rapids 50 burg, she was married Junr I years, she was f) graduate of the j 1909, at Marengo. She was a 00 Normal Training School in I year member of the Rehekah (Cedar Calls in 1919, taught lodge, a member Of the Amen school for IO years, was in sales jean l-egion auxiliary and Oak work for ll years and was a Ridge Community club, and 'charter member of Knox Pres* previously was employed af byterian church. She was a Sanford’s, member of the Religious Book Surviving are a daughter, Study club, Sunshine Circle oi l Mrs J. C. Crawley, Cedar j King's Daughters and Sons, the Rapids; a son, Stanley Warner, j Republican club, and Naomi- North English; four grand-Ruth circle of Knox Crosby- c Ii i I d r e n , seven great*! William E. Gundrum The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Feb. 0, 1971    3 Police Told To Formalize Evidence Handling System William E. Oundrum, OO. a former reisdent of Cedar Judge    Anthony Seolarolhim    by the two    active partici- rn T    i| , 'ir.ft' ,f,l hftj.ri Rapids ’ di, ‘ (l at his hom< ‘ in wednesday told the Linn county Pants in the robbery about half in a Cedar Lipids hospita l overland Park , Kans., Monday,!    ,/    an hour after it occurred. Tuesday following a short f 0 n 0W i ng a brief i,bless.    attorney    s    office and the Cedar    HP,restock as illness    ,« I .„ .a,,- iRapids police department to ceti ,ipn J dmm ^ Blacks! >ck, as- I). rn Coni 97 iHHH -a vinier     n    In (dS(,y March 13. 2907,    iii,    siatant city attorney, told the Born Sept 2/, 1888, at Millers- h( , was marri ,, (J t0 „ aze , S tri- “P a Procedure for handling judgc lh( . money was lurm , d I<41/M, ... a*..-......- ta....... /•/.    tesky in Cedar Rapids June 9, criminal    case evidence after    over    to Don's Conoco because    of 1930. A 1930 graduate of Coe conviction and before appeal.    a “regrettable    breakdown    in college, he received his MBA 'im.., ;isS or i;it<» district court communication” and the police degree from the University of| in , loo m!1 , lo , h „     in    u    had no intention of violating a Southern California in 1932. lh was accountant for the Mobil I hearmg Oil Corp., retiring in 1965. Surviving wife are a judge made the statement in a . court order, Wednesday involving the county attorney’s office, the    ,    ,    . in Kl,Ii,inn lo hk Cedar Rapids police depart-! 00p >' of ,‘ he court solder to dauphterBarbaraI m<!nl W.lli.-m, (iaines, 25. release the money to the defend- The police did not receive a fe- Overland Park; a sister.convicted of compounding a Callahan, Tampa. Fla., lon y in connection with the Oct. and two grandchildren. Services: Beatty-Beurle chap- 8 armed robbery at Don’s Conoco. 2846 Mt. Vernon road SF The hearing was set by the money had to the robbery ant until after been released victim, he said Moot Question Although the question of own un Wf ATH!» FOIOC ASI to Wednesday night will find snow from the Ohio valley into the mid and north Atlantic states. Rain will be found throughout the remainder of tho East coast except for Florida. Some light snow is forecast for the mid Rockies. Elsewhere, generally fair weather. tenon church.    grandchildren,    and    a    brother,;    V.-* n ^ 'rhui^v bv ihr    The hearing was set    by    the Surviving    are axon, David L., Mace    Brown,    Greensboro, NC.    ,     3 P. lnutsmiy tv in    determine whv    the    no-    u-    c    i- Very    Rev, Canon D. A. Loferski    l u<J *° 10 uucrmint wny    me    po     ors hip of    the    money    is    now of    St    John’s Episcopal church. J* 00 department did not    comply     moo j Scolaro said    he    was “con- Burial: Czech National ceme-, n 3an 14 *‘ ourt ° r der that gcientiously bound to comment Friends may Conroy. Burial: Burial: North English cemetery Marshalltown, and a sister, Services: Thursday at 1:30 Carolyn Silver, Cedar Rapids.    p.m. at Best chapel, North En-    r , ~    ~     r    '\— | w jth g tan Services: Turner chapel east dish. by the Rev. Ken DeWill of|® urlal .. C“ ph    $ M5    j' n    Gaines’ possession a! the at 10:30 a m. Saturday by the North English Christian church. 1 *, y< / I „ v     0 r his arrest was to be Rev. Floyd Conroy. Burial:! Burial: North English cemetery,    toward his fine.” Gaines Cedar Memorial. Friends may I Friends may call at the chapel lcall at Turner east until IO a m Thursday from 9 a m. until the was also sentenced to one year .___  ,,    „    .    I Saturday. The casket w ill not be I time of the service. The casket improve the energy efficiency of, „    ™    ,    ...    .    .    ... th > h iii bn >    open alter the service. The fam-    will not be opened after the ser- \ 1 .. 1    ily suggests that friends may, if    vice. The family suggests that no tor (t vi    pun n    they wish, contribute to the    friends may, if they wish, con    Mrs. Eugene B. Laurer Weathe High temperatures Tuesday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation Anchorage 28 TI L. Angeles 72 50 Atlanta .57 37 Miami 74 71 Bismarck 1115b OI Min apelis 19 5.02 Chicago 24 22 .ll N. Orleans 69 62 Denver . 35 14 .26 New York 22 15 Duluth .12 0 .14 Phoenix .. 7138 Honolulu 81 66    .28 Seattle 44 26 Houston 68 64 Washington 37 28 Extended Forecast — Partly cloudy Friday through Sunday. M i n o r temperature changes. Highs in the mid 20s to mid 30s. Lows mostly teens to low 20s. „ wish, contribute ______   ... Pie labor department report* ^nox presbyterian church piano tribute to the heart fund od Wednesday that unemploy- f und    _ ment compensation rolls show    ___ pi . -r. i that 226,000 of those seeking D . .J c aa -    ■    .UT\ o i    • benefits in mid-January at-    R'cnard E. Morrison Chris H. Tichy, 80, of 710 Sev-,ceda r Rapids resident most of tribute their loss of jobs to the! Kichard E Morrison, 60. of 916; onteenth street SE, retired tailor, I her life, died Tuesday following died Tuesday after a brief| a brief illness. ll,ness -    Born    April    17,    1896.    in tribute to the cancer fund. The . family is staying at 229 Sinclair 1 In J ai ‘ avenue SE.    Already    Released The police had released the money to Don’s Conoco Jan. 9 Vehicle control violation — Arnold Zika, 1012 First avenue NE: fined $30 and costs. Faulty equipment — Linda Junko, 1114 Fifteenth street SW: lined $10 and costs. Traffic signal violation — M dim, "two Charges; fined $50j 2 ® did n0 ' rt ‘ f,ect thousands of j illness. He had been and costs on each charge. Char- others who have been thrown jobs to energy shortage. The figures for Sixteenth avenue SW,    died la two-week period ending Jan. Wednesday following a long an employe and costs on each charge. Char- Ul,,cia V,IIU    uewi    nu    own , r d R an ids Fnnineerine Co lotto Walscr, 1020 Ellis boule- out of W'ork by the strike of the 1 ,.,, ^    8    8* C R. Weather High Tuesday ........... lx)w overnight .......... Noon Wednesday ... 2 p.m. Wednesday Precipitation ............ Total for Fob............ Normal for Feb. Normal through Feb..... Total for 1974 Barometer, rising ...... Humidity at noon vard NW; fined $15 and costs Right-of-way violation Anna Bean 2382 Thompson street SE; fined $15 and costs. Iowa Deaths Oxford — Edwin W Seydel, 63. Services Thursday at 11 at St. Mary’s Catholic church, Iowa City. Rosary at 7 Wednes-191 day at Donohue’s. Burial in St. Tram Peter’s cemetery, Cosgrove. 1 Central City — Carl W. Trit-.1 race h e , 52 Services Thursday at ...LOSH independent truck drivers. I Bonobo:! 2, 1913, in Cedar Gasoline prices continued to Rapids, he was married to the increase as two more major former Juanita Montgomery marketers posted hikes. Gulf Oil | May :{0 1942 in Kahoka. Mo. He Co US boosted its prices 5.5 was a member of the Fraternal cents a gallon and Exxon Co. Order 0 f Eagles in Omaha and USA announced an increase of i the machinist union. 3.5 cents. The increases, attributed to higher crude oil Helen Kemp Laurer, 77, wife Caines Wednesday disclaimed of Eugene B. Laurer, 2560 any ownership of the $115, ad-Country Club parkway SE, a mitting the money was given to mn«t nf i —Terrorists— (Continued from Page I.) Born in Klatovy, Czechoslova- on the Cedar Rapids police department policy to release evidence prior to its further use as evidence in the case of a new trial after appeal, post-conviction proceedings, etc.” He suggested .some type of formal administrative procedures for handling evidence following a lower court’s ruling, such as an arbitrary period of time for holding the evidence. Scolaro said it was “news to the court that evidence is released prior to the appeal time having expired. It makes moot r ...     ,    Chica-    __________ ______ kia Mav 14    1893 he    had resid     8 °' shc was married in    August ;nese woman employe,    Miwako (he subject Qf prof;mjtion    if a ^    Sine    ginl iQn     of 1963 Mrs - Laurer    was a Ya8e8a - sh, ‘    new trial ks ordered.” in Cedar    Rapids     sir } c ^ 1911 ,member of St. Paul’s    United, “I’m embarrassed we    have to ;    -- —Sneed Limit— (Continued from Page I.) ment’s move by changing the 55 .    .    .    ,    ,    .    .member and had operated a custom tailoring shop until 1972. Surviving are his wife, the was of St. Paul’s United, “I’m embarrassed we have to| Methodist church and Cedar dispatch a JAL plane,” Prime. chapter of GES, and was an hon- Minister Tanaka said in Tokyo ri . .    ,,orary    member of Alpha Delta t “It’s a hard job to take them' former Evangeline Biskup. and| ( , amma    i ((he    hijackersl from , he harbor Surviving in addition to her to the airport.”    , husband are a brother. H.j Japanese officials said the, m P. ,n l. ? “ Franklin k’nmn .Sun Pitv Ari/ •! rvl Kuba funeral home east bv Barbara Homic, at In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son, David I^e, 10:30 at St. Stephen’s Catholic 2 54 church. Rosary at 8 Wednesday! 1.63 at Murdoch's.    XA/    •    I    ll • .10 (MI    Keswick _    Roscoe Ackley VV e I C K e T HintS rft0/ : 81. Services Friday at 1:30 at United Methodist church. Wind direction and velocity at Friends may call at Powell’s, Gazette weather station at 21 South English, after noon N at 20 m.p.h.    ■ Thursday. costs, can be expected to show; Muscatinc and ;    ^ ter o" days P " I " PS 3 mat 'I Oretta L. Piper, West Uberty, Nixon Violation On Cover-Up and Dorothy L., San Antonio, Texas. Services: Noon Saturday at (Turner chapel west. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may He told the senate this would give Iowa Attorney General a sister, Omaha. reLe ri B : !? lane Ti d i n S ,‘, ngaP0r0 un rx a i,f‘, u I" 0 sisters. Mrs. George B. from Tokyo—about ll am. Buria Czech National £4eli Turnfr - stl<!rman «***• Calif,'Thursday. Singapore time - .cry Friends may call Ll Kub.|“ d 8 . Mrs ’ Erie Funk ’ LonB B 30 P. m : CDT Wednesday^ The carry out his offer to take on funeral home east after 7 p.m.     Tnrn „ r    rhln ., , spt ‘‘ ap,ln Alr !'. ines pla congress in a lawsuit over the w    Services: Turner chapel east Uvas to carry six pilots and a:    ..    ... W( ‘ dnesda y-    at 1:30 p m. Saturday by Dr. Ar- m( . m ber of the JAL board of constitutionality    question. .    nold Herbst. Burial: Cedar Me-J directors, Susumi Saito. a JAL However, his    motion was    rc- Memorial    Services    morial. Friends may call at spokesman said.    j jected, 36 to 12. hefd' at fo^m.    Wednesday' t at    T urnc ^ easl until I p.m. Satur-; p ore jg n Minister Masayoshi j Republicans    generally    op- Richard Turner a chance to WASHINGTON (UPI p.m. -v    j iowa City — Perry Walkup., Sun rises Thursday. 8.35, sunLg services Thursday at 1:30.1 .    .    „    ^    .    ,     D    _    ■ sets, 5:51.    George I, Gay’s. Burial: Oak ator Ia0weli Welcher (R-Conn.i, vice. Year Ago Today — High. 38: Shade cemetery, Marion.    asked President Nixon Wednes- Kalona — Grace M. Kessler,(day if he informed law enforce-; , 90. Services Thursday at 2, Pe I terscim’s. Blairstown t hursday    7P Services Friday at 2. Moth-j John Dean. Failure to do so. .    Weather.    IM-Iaj;odist church. ' Halverson’s,IWeicker    said, w'ould constitute a Bismatck ........ Snow    25-15, where friends may call after 111 Chicago .........PtCldy    20-0    Thursday p.m. ii . T , „    .    ,    ,    .-.IImmaculate Conception Catho- | da y* The CSSket will not call at Turner chapel west until bc • c b urc f 1 'pbe Rev. Richard (opened after the service. 11:30 am. Saturday. The casket J. Hess. Burial was in Cedar,    _ Sen- will not be opened after the aer- • Memorial cemetery. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home be posed Schaben’s motion and so did many Democrats, with Sen. low, 22; rainfall, none. Travel's Forecast Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines . . Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha Sioux Falls .Clrng 30-20 Snow 26-17 PtCldy 22-17 . Snow 18 Clrng 37 PtCldy 32-22 Snow 16-61 ment officials when he learned Lewis Johnson. of the Watergate cover tip from felony. Dysart Nellii Vi t ti 99 Weicker, a member of the Services Thursday at 2. Presby- | senate Watergate committee, Vanous Disputes Pay; Officials Stand Firm Chira said the terrorists promised not to harm the hostages embassy once the Japa- Ralph McCartney (R-Charles Joseph C. Ashmead nese pledged to send the plane. City) apparently summing up Joseph C. Ashmead, 80. for- The foreign ministry listed their sentiments. merly of the Commonwealth only the six captives. But a apartments, died at a nursing telex message received from home Tuesday following a long the embassy indicated there, illness.    may be as many as 16 hostages! A retired employe of Iowa in all. including Japanese busi-Manufacturing Co., he was born ness men. -,Y terian church in Vale. Over- imade the statement in questions! City officia,s stood firm I check should have been about -22 Wedm*s<iav ° frif>nds    caH    posed to    Nixon.    Wednesday in a    dispute with    $7,000, but the check he    re-    Jamaica.    N Y. He was a     two Arabs and two members of    ( Mr ve lives. George    u    While    Whicker    drew    up    the    former Assistant    Police Chief.ceived, based on the city’s    cal-     merrd)er    Immaculate Concep-     rad i ca j j a p a nese Red Army    Present    Iowa    daytime    speed Duggan.    73. Services'Friday    at    (questions, they    were    submitted    Kenneth Vanous    over Vanous’    culations, was about $2,000.    tion church    and a 1916 graduate    movement. They hijacked a Sin-    limits are    70    mph    on    primary ! 10:30 at St. Mary’s church, to the White House on behalf of: severance pay.    Another    factor entering into ° He ^survlv^bv'» dauber    ^    ^ ,a ft    Thursday    (high    ways,    75    on    interstates    and ,.    I.    .    .    ne    is    survivea    ny a aaugmer, and have since drifted through 60 or less on other roads. The dispute centers on pay- the dispute is that according to) Mrs. E. J. Dulin. Cedar Rapids; the harbor with three cre ^. ment for compensatory time ac- the figures presented by two sons. Joseph C. II, Manka-imember hostages seeking safe cumulated by Vanous before he j Vanous, his compensatory time to - ^‘ nn •• and Ear(dd ’ ^ (K)d '; passage to the Middle East, took early retirement from the! ,,    ,    , r    ...    /,    jburv. Conn . and five grand- 1 force in November. The dif-! w    prolong his official em *j C hij dren    I    Issued    Jointly ference between what the city ployment into 1974. According to Services: 10:30 a rn Friday in Kuwait officials said the state-paid Vanous and what he claims the city figures, his employment immaculate Conception church ment demanding a JAL plane he earned is about    $5,000    would have officially ended    Dec. i    by the Rev.    William P Leonard    for the Singapore guerillas was Vanous and an    attorney met    26. 1973.    Burial: Mt.    Calvary. Rosary at    issued jointly bv the Marxist Wednesday with Auditor Bob, That is significant because of 30 P m - Thursday at Turner ’Popular Front for the Libera-; McMahan. City Attorney Dave (new fringe benefits that went V^P* 1 ! wesf - Friends may call tion of Palestine (PFLP), the 1 Aug. 7, 1893, at Richmond Hill, N Y., and was married to Maybell Feeley July 29. 1922. at good McCartney, himself a lawyer, said he was unwilling to let the attorney general “take on a project that involves our blood and his courage.” He said that the 55 mph speed “All 16 are in the message said The Singapore guerillas were also as a safety measure to con- health.     not    on j y was imposed by congress to conserve on fuel but PtCldv PtCldv PtCldv PtCldv 20-16 43-25 30-18 20-2B tee. Dearer* Days Tuesday Total to date Through Feb. 5, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday 675.36 Births — Mercy Feb. 5    -    To    Mr    and    Mrs. Rosary Wednesday at 8 and the entire Watergate commit-wake service Thursday at 8 at Bohnenkamn’s. Tama — Earl J. (Deke) Mulligan. Mason-Hand’s.    planation that Dean did not tell n ,ndfp ' ,nd T “ Arthur him about Watergate until Burger, 79. Services Thursday    oi    1079 , 4.543 at 2 First United Methodist ™ 1 ™ 21 ’ 4 1973 J** 1 the 64-70% church. A memorial has been day U ean testified he fold Nixon 6.631 established.    of a “cancer on the presi- Peosta — Edward J. Chap- dency.” Dean testified that he man, 82. Services ^ UJ isdav at believed Nixon was aware of the 11 at St. John the Baptist church. Reif’s, Farley. Mt. Vernon — Carl W. Snodgrass. 81. Services Friday at IO Gilbert Sells. 700 Thirtv-fifth, at Baxter chapel where friends street, Marion, a son.    may call after 4 Thursday. Maynard Tony Haas, 69. Births — St. L’jne s I Dclsing-Wright. Feb. S To the families of „ Fairbank - Lom Kerns. *7. .lames Itnehanan. 6329 Min- Bel viees I ii<ia> .1 lo a, Lilian,■ NK. a son: Reeinald ™™', ate Come,,lion church. Wood s. coverup earlier than March 21. “When you learned of Watergate crimes on March 21, the law required you to turn this evidence over ‘as soon as possible’ to *a judge of civil authority’, not Mr. Dean or McGuire and Safety Commis-into effect Jan. sioner James Steinbeck. Conflicting Records den (ane inc., a son; (adv. Walker, a daughter; David F. Nicholson. IOO West Post road NW, a daughter. Accumulated Leave If Vanous offiicallv terminat-The difference results front ed his employment in 1973, he conflicting records on overtime; wou |d be eligible for one-fourth worked. Varous’ time card for 0 f his accumulated sick leave in at Turner west. Russell B. Kramer Russell B. Kramer, 33. a former resident of Cedar Rapids, died Monday in a Hous- Japanese Red Army guerilla organization and the Palestinian Splinter group. “Sons of the Occupied Territories ” Marriaae License* —Energy— ((’antinned from Page I kup, Dona aid Swenson, Rapids. Fires 11:05 ain Tuesday. Pos*!hie faulty oven regulator at 715 Eleventh avenue SE, 12:11 a.m. Tuesday. Overheated furnace motor at 202 F; Monday avenue NW eon- ! of compensatory time at the start of 1973. According to the time sheets;j n 1974 be .1 ,iing the crimes constituted “mis- recorded by Vanous dining the a jj (be sick leave in excess of 90 crime that year * he earned 151 additional, days, and five weeks* vacation. Born Oct. 22. 1940. at St. Na-z i a ii e s , Wis., Mr. Kramer served with the U. S. marines. Surviving are two sisters. Mr. (John 1 Khrlichman which judge or law enforce- 11973 indicated he had 96 iwursjexceu’of 90 daysT and^ for four' to ?: Tex ® s : h ?f pi !?! ment official did you eon- of compensatory time due him I weeks’vacation, tact?” Weicker asked.    tat    the    start    of 1973.    lf    he    terminated employment Then he said that not report-! According to the time sheets;j n 1974, he would be eligible for Judy Kaul and Patrick SOU-1    energy    bill    to    which    ....    ...    ,,,    , Waschek .md Kith-. ■    ;    added    '    pnsion of felony, ii  ......... all of Cedari    ■    i carr j es maximum of three, rs ' according to the time] Most of the disparity between years in jail and a $.300 fine card validated by Former Chief,,he overtime figure ' ' Weicker made a similar slale-i <: ° or « e MaU4s ' •* l ' arnod ** Mween IMS and ment concerning the President’s first finding out about the amendment approved breakin by the White House by the conferees would plumbers at thee office of a psy-put the price of all domestic chintrist who treated Dr Dan- Mrs. Ronald Rhoads. Cedar made th * following demands: Rapids, and Mrs. Gary Langen- The Japanese government “The cost of the product is at a higher level than you rolled it hack to,” Simon said Tuesday. The 2:58 p.m.    Tuesday.    Chemical, ,    , odor caused by steam iron at Glide oil at $.) „.» a barrel and id Ellsberg. 1539 First avenue SE.    prohibit that price from rising Accepting Nixon’s statement 3:06 p.m. Tuesday Cutting above a ceiling of $7.09 per bar- that he learned of the Ellsberg torch to    junk    cr    at    SUS    J    ave-i rH    breakin    on    March 17.    1972. Simon    told    the conferees    he    Weicker    said    “the law    clearly “could    live    with’ a    price ceiling    required    yon    to inform    a    judge Mafias, he earned 63 between and one-half.    j beek said Both records Indicated he took | n 190 he said. the chief and KH hours of compensatory time I distant chiefs received a during the year.    $1,200 annual    increase intended In addition, McMahan said, lie    to compensate    them for    overfound in cheeking time    sheets     )imr worked, back to 1960 that the    figure? nue NW. 7:52 p.m. Tuesday. Overheated blower motor at 4444 First avenue NE. 9:41 p.m. Tuesday. Smoke odor at 1029 Fourth avenue SE 7:15 a.rn Wednesday, Short iii garage door opener at 6815 Kiowa Trace NE. of $7 88 per barrel. Meanwhile, senate and house conferees continued to work on legislation to give President Nixon broad powers to deal with the energy crisis, including rationing gasoline, which he s;rys hi* would only do as ii last resort. or law enforcement official ‘as soon as possible’.” Under what authority did you withhold that information?”) Weicker asked recorded do not agree with the 96 hours due as recorded on the 1973 time card. Vanous Version According to his research, M c M a ii a ii said, the figure should have been minus-59; that Vanous had actually taken 59 hours more than he was due bv No OI t idal Record Between 1969 and 1973, he ca u at (he chapel after 6 p m. said, no official record of com- Thursday. pensatory time earned was    _ kepi in 197.7. Matias reinstated Mrs> David Barnier the procedure. Nettlier Steinbeck nor McMa- Diane Barnhizer, 42. a former ban could account for the dif* (Cedar Rapids resident, died Sun-ferenees between the time day in Weston, Uonn. John El Cajon, Calif , and Ti mothy, Grafton. Va. Services: 1:30 p.m. Friday at and hostages, the Beatty-Beurle chapel by the The Kuwait government must Rev. Francis King of Olivet handle the situation “wisely,” Presbyterian church Burial: because any attempt to use Linwood cemetery. Friends may force against the embassy oe- llouse amendments to the bill, which the senate accepted, set the starting date for the 55 mnh limit on March I and also repealed a provision in the present law making it mandatory for the state public safety department to revoke drivers’ licenses of p e r-sons convicted of a speeding violation three times in one year. The department still has the right to suspend licenses of The statement said the gueril-i drivers convicted of flagrant las were involved, but said all j speeding violations, the hostages were in good The senate first passed the health.    bill Jan 17 by 38 to 8 vote and The statement, telephoned the ho * lso delayed action on it from the embassy to the Kuwait ,he following day until Feb. I, daily newspaper AI Siyassah. when il amended the measure and parsed it 83 to IO. On the final vote in the senate ten who op-lud cd Republi-mocrats (9( refineries in singapore Tliurs-’Coleman. Gallagher. Keying, day. along with their weapons; ures occurred ' t)er 8. Green Bay, Wis., and five must send a plane to Singapore!Wednesday, the ter d 1973 Stein- brothers, Charles and Victor, to bring to Kuwait the four P^’od the bill includi Cedar Rapids; Daniel, Houston;; guerillas who attacked the Shell (>ans Griffin; Dei Miller of Des Rodgers, Scha- cupiers would lead to the execution of the hostages one bv one. Kennedy, Moines, Nolin, ben. Scott. Absent or not voting were Democrats (3) Doderer, Robinson. Van Giist. The remaining 27 Republicans and ten Democrats voted for the 55 mph speed limit. Maqistrafp’s Court SprcdiiiK Delano Hanson. Mankato, Minn.; fined $100 and costs. Robert Norridge, route three, Marion, David Graham, Viola; .loan Wodstrchill, 1263 Thirty-third street NE; Stephen Ridge, 3720 Wenig road NE; William Stark. Tower Terrace. Dona Wascher, 1041 Fourth avenue SE; Joyce Chester, 93(1, Regent street NE, each fined $30 and costs. Paulette Maas. 1517 Bever avenue SE; Charles Strange, Clinton; Ronald Long.jlsst year when lilt The conferees Tuesday agreed to include a $500 million federal fund for grants to states for unemployment benefits to those who lose jobs because of the energy situation The White House objected to a similar idea hill claimed by Vanous and the figures on the time cards. Steinbeck said the records are available to most staff person nel, and conceded they could have been changed, reflect more time or NE She was the Barnhizer. also wife of David a former Cedar either to Rapids resident. The couple left less time Cedar Rapids about 20 years same cacti lined J was stalled in congress The conferees also agreed route one, Marion; $20 and costs. sinkm fixture* adjacent to 1.    .    .    . Michael Kin tit. Ana-‘ ,n ‘ ,oans to homeowners Altogether Weicker submitted the start of 1973. ;il questions to Nixon, each in-1 Those records are official, he quiring sharply into the Pres-(Raid, and are the ones the city ident's handling of Watergate. must use in determining pay-  —    ment I 30 YEARS AGO — Taking ad- The amount the city believes I vantage of houses with two foot- it overpaid Vanous for compen-; earned than was originally re , ago. thick store walls. German satory time was thus deducted (corded.    Survivors troops converted Cassino into from his final paycheck,    which    McMahan said    there were    children jail intricate fortrc ,s that defied j included payment for sick    leave    some erasures    in    the records,    Services    were    held    in Weston, the fiercest American efforts to and vacation time earned but    but he said it    is    impossible to    Conn The    body    was    cremated. 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