Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 18, 1974, Page 3

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette February 18, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAHONAl Wt ATMI I iltvici 10*1 OST Ie 7am I ST I - 19- 74 79.77- • KAI great UH WI Atm * *01 OC AST €> Fain it expected Monday night along the northern Pacific coast, with snow extending inland over the northern Rockies. Rain is forecast from Oklahoma to ’the western portion of the Ohio-Tennessee valley. Showers are expected in northeastern Texas. Walsh Infant    children    and .,    ,    grandchildren. J'!!!    u, f[V,C':!i    ""''I    Services:    Turner chapel    east Matthew Walsh, infant son of a, , Tuesday by Dr Arnold Mr and Mrs Stephen Walsh, „ „ r b s , |jurja|. ()ak 2529 N avenue NW, were conducted in iMt. Calvary cemetery Monday a! 2:.'IO p.rn by the The Cedar Rapids Ca/,atte: Mon., I rh. 18, If»74 Senator Charges Big Companies Direct American Policies on on Rev. John Gregory of SI Jude Catholic church Born Reb. 15 in Cedar Rapids, he died Saturday at University hospitals, Iowa City. Surviving in addition lo his parents are a sister, Stephanie, and a brother, Anthony, both at home; his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Robert T. Craig, Neosho, Mo,, and Mr. and Mrs. WASHINGTON (AP) ~ Asen-ithe wishes of the companies,”; support of the U.S. state depart-Friends may call at Turner east ato subcommittee goes into its he said in a statement last men! and clearance under the until 2 p.m. Tuesday. The casket I second phase of hearings on week.    (anti-trust    laws    from    the    justice will not be opened after the ser vice. The flowers be family requests omitted multi national oil this week with J The Idaho Democrat heads department. that 1,1 chairman persuaded that the senate foreign relations sub    Separate    Talks large companies are making committee on multi-national U S. international oil decisions, corporations. The subcommittee Senator Frank Church fie on Feb. 6 concluded four days of dared, “The plain truth is that hearings concentrating on oil in-  ..................... during the past two decades dustry efforts to get. together in ^ rCqUeSf 0f the companies for U.S. international petroleum 1971    4” Walter H. Schlueter Walter ll.    Schlueter, 67 of 1237 Fourth    avenue SF, died Sunday after a lingering illness.1 '•**■ international petroleum [torn near Swisher, Feb. 25, 1906, P°,lcy has conceived and'and he farmed in    that vicinity sever-)implemented    not    by    the    I,.S. al years. In    1946 he moved to    government, but    by    the multina- John Irwin, then under secretary of state, went to the Middle East as personal representative of President Nixon to support. years. Cedar Rapids, where he was and Paul T. Walsh, Cedar Rapids, and his great-grandparents, Mr. employed by Iowa Steel and Mrs. EQ. Grimm of New- Iron Works as a machinist, ton. Teahen funeral home wae .Surviving is a brother, Leo in charge of arrangements Cedar Rapids. -Services:    Brosh chapel at ll Mrs. R. S. Toogood a m Thursday. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call al the chapel Wednesday The family suggests that friends tional oil companies. “Companies' Wishes” government has routine- “Tht ly acquiesced in and abided by to meet escalating royalty price demands from Middle Fast oil producing nations. The hearings resume Wednesday. Government and industry officials testified at the initial hearings that th< posal to negotiate jointly with oil producing countries had the joint negotiations, hut within a day recommended separate negotiations with Uibya and the Persian gulf nations. An oil company negotiator testified that the companies also had industry pro- decided on separate negotia- Grace W Toogood, 95, of 1820 Third avenue SF, a Cedar Rapids resident most of her life may, if they wish, donate to —Daily Record— The Weather Hitrh temperatures Sunday, low temperatures overnight and inches ot precipita lion Anchorage ti; L Angeles 454J Atlanta    SS 32    Miami    7S    58 ftismarck    41 23    Mln’apolis    38    33 Chicago    4S 26    N. Orleans    62    38 Denver    Al 2? .66    N<;w York    40    27 Duluth    20 IS    Phoenix    69    47 Honolulu    64 73    OI    Seattle    45    42 .IS Houston    63 SS    Washington    SI    26 C. R. Weather High Sunday .................51 liOw overnight ...............13 Noon Monday ................40 2 p.m. Monday .............. 38 Precipitation .............None Total for Feb.............Trace Normal for Feb.............1.03 Normal through Feb.......2.54 Total for 1974    163 Barometer, falling.........29.54 Humidity at noon........80% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. NW at 12 mph. —Heying— (Continued from Page I.) vation and Development serving at 9:30, Holy Trinity Catholic! five Northeast Iowa counties at church. Rosary: Monday at ^ the time | and widow of R S. Toogood, died Monday following a brief ! illness. She was born Dec. 19, 1878, at Burr Oak. Mrs. Toogood was *0** chase A.    p.m. cs Tuesday in Chapel of Memories the oldest living rntmbr r of St by lhe Roy A1)(.n s Van Ck,Vf Paul s United Methodist church Oil Well Gamble Pays Off For Company in Venezuela their favorite charity. Memorial Services CARACAS (UPI) - A multimillion dollar oil experiment began to bear its first fruit Saturday with an important oil strike in Lake Maracaibo The Mobil Oil Co announced I tions. Irwin testified that he made his recommendation because of strong opposition from the leaders of Iran, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait and their promise to quit, whipsawing the companies on price by making a firm five-i year agreement and sticking to it. Church said the state department was waffling and had un-and Occidental oil companies dercut industry strategy of col-for more than $21 million.    lective    bargaining. Within three years, he said, it led to a re-of “divide and con-producing couraging strike in the 617,750-acre zone in the southern part of the 5,627 mile lake that was granted in 1971 to Mobil, Shell Only last week Shell decided Prayer service:    Monday at (7:30. Pcterseim’s. Hopkinton — Donald Gearhart, 59. Services at 1:30 Thursday at United Presbyterian church. Friends may call at, Goettsch’s after IO Wednesday.    t 'all at the fu-,two years and investing $15 mil- to abandon its 123,552-acre block •sumP1,on ()f ‘‘dlv'de inXrMQn9 m!,ion' a wel! scttinR a Latin aft<*r drilling four dry holes at a qURrt tact,cs by the i aller y a.m. » ___..,1    id    roo    .    .    ....    ~    .    ......ti countries on demand Legislature Senate Convened at 9:30 a.m. Heying said Mrs. Heying had withdrawn her name as a nominee to the commission in March, 1973, and she said the governor had acknowledged her letter of withdrawal. Heying said he submitted the names of Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Stewart to the governor when Received four bills including | Willey informed him that one of one to require that liquor Ii- the appointments would Ro to'a cense holders who qualify foi l 11 Sunday sales by having 50 per- i woman who had to be a Demo-cent of receipts in other goods jcraf and services must sell those ’ . items on Sunday.    Heymg    strongly'objected to Passed and sent to the house the confirmation of Carolyn two bills to make new side- i^mbard of Des Moines when rn ore* . c c c as i b I «U to' h a n d*i c ap ped Ray nominated her for the com-persons.    mission earlier this year. Hayfield party caucuses.    |ing said this left Northeast Iowa without anyone on the commis- of Central Park Presbyterian    i and was a member    of the    PFO    church. Burial: Cedar Memori-    that    after    drilling    for more    than and the Cultus club.    a*- Friends may ca Surviving are a eon, I»ren S. j®®*"®! home    .ift.or    u,„„„    vii    „ Toogood, Cedar Rapids; a|'IVa''v    * Arrangements8    by American depth record of 18,583 cost of $12    million.    Occidental    countnes on demands b)r Par- daughter, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds,) Cedar Memorial funeral    home.    feet    had    struck    light gravity reported    its    recent    find    of    medi-    ^‘P9*1011 e owners"lP (lull, Fred A. —    I urner    crude which flowed at 5,400    bar-    gravity    crude    had    still    not    *    companies, chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Mon- rejs pf>r day m0re than IO timeslhe Buria|byCcdir Memorial c'me-'ithp Venezuelan well average. of Hagarstown. Ind.; five grand- —Chopper— (Continued from Page I.) tery. Mr. Hull is survived by one grandson in addition to those previously listed. Truesdell, Scott A. Services have been changed from! Turner chapel east to Sharon] United Methodist church at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. timore-Washington parkway. He ditched one of the police heli-j [copters in what Sewell called “an old dog-fight tadtic” and buzzed into Washington without A. T Washington and the Rev. running lights and below radar Everett K. Durham. Burial: I    I .    Cedar Memorial cemetery. scanner levels.    Friends may call at Turner east Sewell said he was in “con- until 9 p.m. Monday and at the istant aggravation trying to keep church an°r 1(1 a m‘ Tuesday. an eye on him and to know ! where he was going.”    — It was the first clear en- Mailman In Ulsfer Drives' Bomb en proven conclusively com-    Little    Capability morcial    The    subcommittee chairman The live blocks were granted,sajd the hearing showed not under an experimental “service onjy a jack of coordination be-contract system and are the tween the oil companies and the first new oil fields opened to government, but little institu-foreign companies here in 15 tional capability in the govcm-years.    ment    for dealing with interna- Current    Venezuelan    produc-,liona|    0ji negotiations. lion of more than 3.2 million Hearing testimony disclosed barrels per day comes from the existence of another 1971 million; BFLFAST (UPI) -mailman drove a .,    ™    n co    Recessed    for    lunch    and    com- Sun rises Tuesday, 7:5*; sun miMee m,.otings House sets, 6:44. Year Ago Today — High, 36; low. 23; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck  PtCldy 39-11 Chicago .........Cloudy    50-27 Convened at Kl a.m. Debated through the morning and then deferred until after. lunch, a bill to double inheri- out mat Thomas Bates of Belle- sion. Not a Factor In his letter, Willey pointed around five    and    a half minion    agreempnt    between    oil    compa- An    Ulster    acres of oil    land    granted rn°re    njes    operating    in    Libya    to    share 2110-pound than 30 years ago under the now|crudR oj, jn caSR „f retaliatory bomb into the County    Tyrone    defunct concession system and town of Omagh Saturday.    due to expire under law in 1983. Hugh    McSwiggen, 39,    had no    Although    Lake    Maracaibo is r 4l. *.ru-4 ii i .    .....    .    •    choice,    for    behind him,    in an-    Venezuela s    oil    center, con- siree    from    the    White    House,    discussing    the    oil    crisis    at    their    other auto „u(Mnen had    a radlo    iributing more than SIO percent    not    madR    b|ic but    wjtne.SRS He then    turned on    all    hts    lights    meeting    with    Secretary    of    State    (Jcvicc whjch. wou,d bave df,    of total national output, the zone    jd jt    [    b d    (b c)earancP of and hovered five minutes at the: Kissinger this week.    ! toasted the tomb if he had not “here Mobil struck oil is south jusUce dppartmpnt in a w. i    i.i    •    «    r\f ♦ Rn IraHifinnol maut finlrlc    • The chopper wound up at the ,^4- A c    . c,,..    ,    ,i    (Continued from Page I. Ellipse —a park across the cutbacks by the Libyan government against individual companies Details of the agreement were Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines .. Detroit ..... Indianapolis . . Kansas City .. Milwaukee . . Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha ...... Sioux Falls Rain 50-35 Rain 43-33 PtCldy 39-20 Cloudy 43-26 Tshwrs 52-38 PtCldv 45-25 • Cloudy 40-25 Fair 34-131 PtCldy 51-29 Fair 46-23; PtCldv 45-20: tance tax exemptions. Passed 89-2 and sent back to the senate a bill to appropriate $3,270,200 to extend the Iowa’s educational TV network to all areas of the state. Days Degree Saturday    ..... Sunday Total to date Through Feb. 17, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year . . 29 291 4,799! vue is from Northeast Iowa and on the commission and that Gov. Ray did not rate geographical distribution of commission members as important a factor Received six bills including j as 0^er qualifications, one to impose state rate regula-1 tion on municipally-owned uti- j Willey also pointed out that lilies.    Heying had strongly objected to Recessed    for lunch until    ^ reappointment of William I    Noble, Oelwein, to the commis- Ision. Noble was not reappointed. Heying admitted that he had discussed his wife's qualifications with Willey but said that I she herself did not want to be WASHINGTON (UPI) - Short comm,t,ed- Washington monument grounds As the 24 ministers gathered obeyed' their orders" seven feet off the ground.” said! for an organizational meeting in State Trooper William Clark. advance of Kissinger’s arrival McSwiggen s ride with terror thcn Wednesday, conference sources1 boRan ,lve mllcs outsldc 0maSh of the traditional giant fields ended when he scrambled tho I out of his mail truck IOO yards .(inside the Omagh security 1:30 p.m. Describe Limits Of TV Spot Ads For Candidates Sewell said the chopper men -------  .'T'lanH started moving toward ’ the smd they ^e energy crisis White House*. “From my indica- should be discussed before tions, his intention was to fly    sess*on    °f    N.    (.en- the aircraft directly into the era* Assembly now in the mak-    P° . po *ce sal White House,” he said    inK and not at this meeting.    Army explosive experts were “Ap he approached the first Crown Prince and Premier called, but as they prepared to third of the White House lawn Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad said defuse it the bomb exploded, the floodlights came on and fie-^^ Monday that Kuwait is seeking wrecking several shop and of-ures appeared surrounding t&! WroPr,a,e m-- to ease the flee fronts. There were no ca-' yard itself. The aircraft’s for- d,fflc4ulties faced by developing rallies, police said, ward flight was halted.”    countries as a result of recent ^ police spokesman said Mc- A    increase    of oil prices.    Swiggen was stopped by gunmen n s "n    More    Rum 2<,000 U.    S. auto fjve mjjes from ^e outskirts of The chopper was brought up wofk*’™ began a one - week (>magh an(j ^e bomb loaded short but both Sewell and secret *avoff Monday as industry exec- aboar(j his mail truck. Then. 5,1061 Poetical advertisements on tele-72.24 I vision can help candidates in-6,631 form voters on where they stand but do not change public attitudes on issues, according to a i study published Saturday. Mrs. T. Two Syracuse university polit-Forest leal scientists who studied the (impact of TV appearances by St. Lulte's politicians in upstate New York t>h. Iii Mr. »nd Mrs. C lit-durin*. ,he 1972 Presidential ford Batoheldrr, Mt. Vernon, a campaign said their prelimi-daujzhter.    nary conclusion was that the Feb. 17 — To the families of ads “are an important source of Coralville Lake Births — Mercy Feb. 16 — Mr. and Fdward Easton. 198 drive SE, a daughter. Births information for certain voters.” Rut they concluded that the Clifford Richard Timms, Central City, a sort; Larry (J. Sehant*. Amana, a daughter; Hair Richard Brnsmlllrr. 4402 spot political appearances had Twin Pines drive NE, a daugh-j little influence on changing the ter; Daniel Cantonwinc, \ inton, j opinions of voters if they were a daughter.    opposite to the candidates. Fir©*    Spot    commercials    of BO sec- 3:16 pm Saturday, f'uttins onds or less have been the torch to junk ear at 1310 source of continued controversy W4 07 ]£S!lrSaturdav Dakn.mii Political circles. Critics be-to grass at Fourteenth avenue I lieve spots fail to give voters and Thirty-sixth street SE    needed    information and tend to 9:51 p.m. Saturday. Candle    ,degrade campaigning to the dresser at 1500 D avenue NE    *    v    to I 16 am Sunday. Flush gas 'level of soap commercials. Sup- at accident scene at Thirty-1 porters claim the short mes-third avenue and Sixth street (gages are needed to reach SW.    voters    who will not pay atten- Sunday Broken gas Willey said in bis letter he had explained to Heying that the governor felt there would be a conflict of interest if Mrs. Heying is appointed to the eommission. Sen. Democratic Leader James Schaben (D-Dunlap) told the senate that if that were the case, there would already be a conflict involving a senate member. He mentioned no names but this was an obvious reference to the fact that Donald Shaw, hus-; band of Sen. Elizabeth Shaw (R-Davenport) is a member of the* state board of regents. Wondered Aloud In his address to the senate Heying wanted to know what a governor’s assistant is doing ‘‘questioning the integrity of a senator” and wondered aloud if ‘‘assistants are running a bit scared about the next election because of the way Northeast Iowa has been treated.” In addition to his objection to the appointment of Mrs. Ixun service spokesman Jack Warner said the craft “appeared to land on its own.” Sewell landed between Preston and the White House “as an extra precaution” and saw bullet holes the size of s,( 1    ^ half-dollars that were punched by the shotgun pellets. No one knows yet why Preston took the wild spree on his three-day weekend pass. “He has suicidal tendencies,’’ said Sgt. Tony Rogers of the metropolitan police department. “From what I’ve heard,” said one soldier at Preston’s home utives predicted fewer shut- wj^ armed men following downs by mid-March if the gas- hjm was force(j f0 {jr,ve oline shortage scare does not    through    the    checkpoint w®Japen;    and    into    the    town. The idled workers manned as-    spokesman    said    the    gun- lines in seven plants t men told McSwiggen they had a slow selling big ra(jj0 (jevice wjth which they cars and eight manufacturing (,ouId detonate thr if he plants that supply them. So far, more than 100.000 workers have been furloughed indefinitely by the “Big Three” and suppliers firms. An FFD status report said that at least IO East Coast power plants have converted from use of scarce oil to the more abun- did not obev orders. unit, “he was upset about flunk- dant coal at the request of FEO ing out of flight school and was Director William F Simon. going to the White House to see North Carolina Monday joined the President.”    (hose states using the odd-even Major John Northridge, his distribution plan first instituted commanding officer, said “any by Oregon. New Hampshire was reason we would give would be I® have begun such a plan but an unfounded guess.”    r,ov- Thomas Salmon suspended “No Indication” it because of what he called “massive misunderstanding and . . . unwillingness . . line in car at Sixth street and T*01) 1° longer broadcasts, attendjbard Heying has been highly Third avenue SW.    politics.! events to roid print^st voc«l in critizing Ray for rec- 6:28 p.m. Sunday. Needles* campaign information rail south of MI. Vernon roadj     ,__ on Forty-second street Sh Iowa Deaths Anamosa — Ralph T K< hoe. 64. Services Tuesday at IO at St. Patrick’s Catholic church Scripture service 8:30 at Goettsch’s. Independence O’Brien. 57 Thieu Produces Small Shakeup SAIGON (Ill’ll -! T'hien named a new Nor bort C. cabinet Monday, with all its Services Tuesday members friendly to the govern-at 10 30 at St John’s c’atholie j pi en I and only five new faces church Rosary at J 1,1 an \M exDected drastic gov Monday ommending that only $250,OOO of the stale's anticipated $150 million surplus be appropriated for the Volga lake project in his area by this legislature. President I Keying wants $3 million for the 19-member project- at 8 Monday at| ment shakeup to combat infla wake service White’s. Lamont — George Richardson, 92 Services Wednesday ai 2, Aurora United Methodist church. Visitation after 2 Tuesday at Kreusscl-Kawcctt Solon Arthur Bieber, 82 Services Wednesday at 2, Brosh funeral home Holly, —Hearst— (Continued from Page I I million. He “impossible more than $400 tion and government corruption I termed lint an failed to materialize. A Thieu spokesman, Information Minister Hoang Due Nha, said there had been a slight internal shuffle in the cabinet. I Mist Saturday, Thieu temporari- “He was above average in- . tenpence and gave no indication of a mental problem,” of-    VA/111    A IA finals said. They said    there was jaRan ▼▼III    MIO no indication of alcohol or drug Suez Reopenina abuse and Preston    had no    *    ^ record of disciplinary action TOKYO (AP) The Japanese Hut Sewell raised a question government agreed Monday lo of safely lo (lie President: “lf ''x!end Egypt credits of $140 mil- ______ he had not harassed the citizens '?■" f!’r widening of the Suez ^ of the slate of Maryland as he Canal and *100 million for devel- did. and had not made such a 0Pm™ „ of K^f lan °™n- big stow of it. the man could ,mn  mLs reported. have flown directly    into the Parachutist Caught By Wind; Leg Broken Paul Thompson, 23, of LaGrange. III., suffered a broken leg in ;i parachuting accident at the Marion airport on highway 7.',IVf°Srrvi<t    Wt'dne'tlav at ly ousted the entire cabinet f«>r|Brain. 10:30, Garden City United what was believed to tie a Methodist church Visitation, major overhaul. Tuesday at Schultz task ” Hearpt told newsmen during the weekend thai he was lack ling several legal problems in setting up the giveaway pro Iowa mts    Jo    cph Ka oak, 88 Services Tuesday at 2, Donahue funeral Inane Ryan Florence K Duggan, 76 Services Wednesday at 10:30, SI Patrick V Catholic church. Rosiny: Moodily at 8. Parish wiikc service Tuesday at 8. Visitation after 7 Monday at Shelly's, Manchentci Kalona William R...... Kolocirk, HO Set vices Tuesday Special Precautions PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) Special precautions were being taken to ensure that UM) .small but vicious piranhas at llw new Pretoria aquarium did not escape into the municipal wafer supply, an official an flounced. Ile said the actual food dis tribution was a problem be cause accepting the food could be extortion, a criminal offense Another difficulty was that wel fare recipients might have the value of the food deducted from their welfare cheeks, he added Why take our word that want ads work? Try one yourself Call 398-8234 White House at 160 knots (miles per hour) and there wouldn’t have been anything anybody could do ” At a news conference later Sunday. ‘‘What intrigues me,” Sewell said, “was that through all of this there were only two Maryland helicopters in the air.” Asked about the apparent lack o! federal protective measures against the helicopter. Warner said only that "the response .speaks for itself.’’ Al Key Biscayne, White House aides said the incident was “under study Senate Passed Bills To Aid Handicapped DES MOINES I AIM - Tho Iowa senate Monday passed two bills to make it easier for handicapped persons to use public sidewalks and public buildings. The bills, designed to make curbs easier for persons in wheelchairs to negotiate and facilities in public buildings easier to use. passed without a dissenting vote and were sent to the house One requires that street curbs tx* constructed with cutouts and ramps to enable persons using crutches and wheelchairs to more easily cross streets at crosswalks The other requires that new buildings have all public facili-meludmg restrooms, constructed so that they can easily bo used by handicapped persons Sen William Gluba (D-Daven-port) said 167.000 Iowans are handicapped or disabled in some way. with one person in IO limited in mobility He said many handicapped people find it difficult to get jobs because buildings they —TIRES- (Continued from Page I.) tired Volkswagen across an adjacent county and then use the Volks in the next county over. Rodgers said the whole thing was “a nightmare be-cause nobody could enforce it.” But    the    committee    went ahead to vote on Plymat’s $15 tax. It lost on a 6 to 6 tie. Limit Speed Plymat wasn’t through. Not yet. He made another substitute motion: To    limit    cars with studded tires to speeds of 45 mph or less. Burroughs broke in long enough    to    ask    a question about something everybody wanted    to    know    but    was afraid to ask: What are we voting on’’” Someone who shall remain unidentified chimed in: “I don’t know either ” Chairman Roger Shaft (R- I Camanche istraightened things out and called for a vote on Plymat’s 45 mph motion. It lost, 7 to 5. That brought things back to Burroughs’ original motion for a $20 per car per year tax Kinley said the committee still ought to vote studded tires in or out without all this monkey business. But the committee, instead, voted 7 to 5 for the $20 tax. Nobody moved to send the bill back to the senate floor for debate because eight votes were needed to do it and nobody knew where the eighth vote was coming from So it appears the bill, that started out to ban studded tires and was changed to tax them, is dead for the session and that they will continue to be legal between Nov. I and April I Dr, as Burroughs so aptly put it “That was the most humorous wake I ever attended ” ter asserting intention not to prosecute under the anti-trust laws. Gold Price Jumps S2 On European Marts LONDON (AP) - The price of gold jumped $2 an ounce Monday to a new record of $151 in london and Zurich on the strength of reports that the Common Market governments were about to raise the official price of their gold holdings. Dealers reported active demand for the metal due to the meeting in Brussels of the finance ministers of the nine Common Market nations. Widely published reports said the ministers were ready to raise the value of the gold buttressing their national currencies. —Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) Ill N EARS AGO 151 east of Marion Sunday after- would have noon    have toilets He was in good condition at have drinking fountains that are St Luke s hospital Monday A out of reach Linn deputy reported the wind He added that some churches to work in do not Cyprus are reported they could use and merit on principles of learned of it from Dean. White House chief of staff Alexander Haig called a Washington Post story on the possible re-recording of the tapes “blasphemous speculation ” In other developments: Time magazine said Sunday that some White House documents described by some Watergate witnesses have disappeared from a guarded vault in which they had been placed. The magazine’s story said the documents were memos written by former White House aides John Fhrlichman. H. R. Hal-deman and Charles Colson, concerning the activities of the secret White House investigative unit known as the plumbers. The president of Associated Milk Producers Inc. denied Sunday that $200,000 in congressional campaign contributions was intended for President Nixon’s campaign, the Milwaukee Journal said. John Butterbrodt, said his dairy cooperative has documents iii its files to confirm that the money was intended specifically for the campaigns of Republican congressmen Bob Lilly, political treasurer (of the co-op, was reported Fri-Britain and day to have told senate Water-m agree- gate committee’s investigators a plan to the funds were meant for Nix- caught Thompson, causing to land w rong him also are not handicapped accessible to the police    the    Mediterranean    island    oil s campaign, and sources said with    an    international    force    $200,(HH) contributed by milk while    an    impartial mediator    producers to congressional cam- seeks    peace between the    Greek    paigns was funnelled to Nixon’s and Turkish Cypriot? (campaign S> miHilhy i* lhe Inn lieut mud to U’rile, on ii it tilt pini er* pitRsoN's lour nu noMsi IMM) I I lls HI V I) NVS HOW! KPtlONI tM> l*’S z < o when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSW!RED ?4 HOURS EVERY DAY florist for Over Al leon JOHN K. I, Convenient Downtown lot Olton 308 3rd Ave. SE    365- / ‘‘Eft ;

  • Alexander Haig
  • Bob Lilly
  • Charles Colson
  • Clifford Richard Timms
  • Daniel Cantonwinc
  • Donald Gearhart
  • Donald Shaw
  • Elizabeth Shaw
  • Everett K. Durham
  • Fred A.
  • George Richardson
  • Hoang Due Nha
  • Jack Warner
  • James Schaben
  • John Butterbrodt
  • John Fhrlichman
  • John Gregory
  • John Irwin
  • John Northridge
  • Matthew Walsh
  • Mrs Stephen Walsh
  • Paul T. Walsh
  • Paul Thompson
  • R. S. Toogood
  • Richard Brnsmlllrr
  • Robert T. Craig
  • Roger Shaft
  • Ruth Reynolds
  • Ryan Florence K Duggan
  • S. Toogood
  • T. Two Syracuse
  • Thomas Bates
  • Thomas Salmon
  • Tony Rogers
  • William Clark
  • William F Simon
  • William Gluba

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: February 18, 1974

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