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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Mar. 9, 1974  NAt*ONM WtATHil St*VtCf f Oft! CAM *6 7AM ISI   5  ~ IO - 74  n.<7    \  I 3V.59  IBW]  . pf! WI Airt!It r DICK AST ®  Rain is expected tonight in the Pacific northwest, while snow is likely in the upper Now England area. Rain and showers are expected from Colorado, New Mexico and Texas northeastward through the mid Ohio-Tennessee valleys and into tho mid Atlantic states.  Brandt-Czech Treaty Rebuffec  BONN (AP) - Chancellor Willy Brandt’s peace policies suffered a parliamentary setback Friday when the opposi lion-dominated upper house rejected his normalization treaty with Czechoslovakia.  The 21-20 defeat in the bun-uesrat, can delay but not block ratification. Brandt’s coalition has sufficient strength in the lower house to override the veto.  Bonn negotiators were able to report a breakthrough in stalled East-West German relations. The chief government • spokesman. Ruediger von Wech-mar, told a news conference the two German states plan to sign an agreement permitting their I first exchange of permanent representatives soon after the Bonn cabinet gives its go-ahead Wednesday.  Crash Near Spencer Takes Three Lives  Gramm Adds Personality To Capable Performance  DEATHS  Bv Los Zaeheis    The    heavyweight    end    of    the  Metropolitan Opera bass-bari- J program came in the first half, tone Donald Gramm appeared Opening with a baritone llag-  Friday night at Coe Sinclair an ditorium in a formal recital that was highly informal.  The presentation was the fourth and final attraction in the current Cedar Rapids Community Concert series.  Gramm, a singer whose vocal endowments and accomplishments need no publicizing, has added his winning personality to lis act  Mrs. Jesse H. Clift  Iris Ii. Clift, 70, of 2816 0 avenue NW, wife of Jesse ll. Clift, died at University hospitals, Iowa City, late Friday following a brief illness.  Born July 4. 1903, at Clarence, , „     f     !    she had lived most of her life in   me 'f L ‘ T'J    .    Cedar    Rapids,    and    was    married  scribed for the baritone voice. ‘    ■  Arriving at part three of the; „  member #f  Olivet Crosby program, the listeners found Gramm in his natural habitat,  baritone  waver for a segment of Handel, Gramm oddly enough followed with a famous tenor aria, "Where’er You Walk”, from) Handel’s secular oratorio "Se-  City Briefs  Dog Gone - Phil Tucker, Springville, reporter! his dog valued al $27 was taken from his car Friday while it was in the parking at a Me Too store, 90.1 I* irst avenue SW.  * * *  Any living room .shampooed, $9.95; any bedroom $7.95. Diamond Carpet Cleaners. 366-6226. — Adv.  * * *  „ ...    ..    .    I    In    addition to her husband,  the field of operatic anas. Ileal- ^  js survived bv tw0   apulted him to international  The result was an evening of!fame first at the Santa F'c °P era  yj c j or   vocal entertainment and comradeship. Gramm seemed determined to establish and maintain complete rapport with his audience.  The entire evening’s repertoire was sung in English, save for a solitary Berlioz in French for a pair of very brief German ieder bv Schubert and Brahms.  stronghold.  ll 1922, at Stanwood. She I Money Missing - Edward J.  Steidl, Kaukauna, Wis., reporter-his billfold containing $220 cash was missing Friday from his room at the Roosevelt hotel.  * * *  Don Carr is back at A-l Bar-  Gareth H., Cedar Rapids, and B, Denver, Colo ; a  The Peak  —Daily Record—  The Weather  Iowa Deaths  Nixon Tax Pane Reported Looking Into Extra Areas  Good Spirits  A naturally friendly man,  Gramm radiates his good spirits  across the footlights, and makes  a fetish cf turning his recitals  ,    _    ,    .. , ,„|into an amateur music appreci-  ; early Saturday on highway I® ation class.  about four miles east of This is a formula appreciated Spencer.    by    the    majority and deplored by  daughter, Susan I, Clift, Cedar I ber Service. Hiawatha.—Adv.  Rapids; a brother. Harold Huff,    *    *    ...  The artize and emotional ! Huntington Beach, Calif.; five Church Burglary - A burg a.  attained witMhe    Md    I grandchildren    and    three great-    ry was reported friday at the  attained with the    sol    I*  ndchi]dren     Good Shepherd Lutheran  Services: 3    p.m.    Monday at    church, 2900 Forty-second street  SPENCER (AP) - Three persons were killed in the collision of a car and a pickup truck  peak was emu and immaculate rendition of Sarastro, the High Priest's aria "Within These Holy Portals”.  This is one of the most magnificent arias in all operadom. However, it is to be conceded that a little of the grandeur is lost in the translation from the original "In diesem heil’gen Hallen”.  Nevertheless, it was the musical peak of the evening.  After intermission it  Olivet Presbyterian church by the Rev. Francis R. King. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner chapel west after ll a m. Sunday until 9 p.m. Sunday, and after IO a m. Monday at the church.  William A. Berger  NE, and sound equipment valued at $220 was taken.  ♦ * *  Estate Sale—Friday Through Sunday—1115 Elmhurst Drive N E. See Classified 88 —Adv.  ♦ *    *  Business Breakin — A breakin was reported Friday at Hubbard Cold Storage, 1132 First street  strictly a panorama of lightj  after a short itir) ess.  William A. Berger, 67, of 859 NW, and two radios valued at  was  Fifth avenue SE, died Friday $65 and a portable television set  WASHINGTON (AP) -Sources say congressional in-  ven, driver of the car; and Patricia Ann Adits, 23, Spencer, a  High temperatures Rider, low tem- Waukon nei.-ot/i ceratures overnight and inches of pre- »>auKon — USU ald bteinhait.l  citation:    ...    ,,,,    ,65. Services Monday at 10:30,  Anchorage 23 10 L. Angeles 52 46    ..    ,    , u n  Atlanta 82 53 Miami 76 74    Mar}    s    church,    Hanover.  SKt? 44 40 N ,n or”ani «62 ' 0J  £ r ?? or  service Monday at 8,1vestigators of President Nixon’s'passenger in the car. Denver    68 3?    New York    5733    Bakke-Hanson,    where    friends;'  Duluth    28 27 .01    Phoenix    AO 48 23 mav call after 2    Sunday    income    taxes    are looking    into a  Honolulu    82 70    Seattle    47 41    *-aii aliet i*    aunua}.  Houston    78 69.04    washington    70 42 South English —    Ward    half-dozen    areas    in    addition    to  Extended Outlook Partly Stoner, 65. Services Sunday at cloudy Monday with a chance of • 2:30, Powell’s, where friends showers southeast. Fair Tues-1  ma .v call after noon Sunday.  cloudy with a Brooklyn — Charles Sutphin,  83. Services Monday at 2, Ne-venhoven’s.  m. ,    . - .    * i j i -    -    •    -i    -    -    .valued    at    $100    were    taken.  The Iowa highway patrol iden- ,h e  minority who find a recital American songs, very well done,  Born in  Vinton July 26 1906 I    *    *    *  titled the victims as Elmer  0 (  the  antics of Leporello bor- assuredly, .ntcrspersed with  he had b    resjd ent of Cedar  EM’fK?Urn k'S ^    ! clever V0Cal paUer -    iRapids since 1941. He was a,p.m., refreshment.  •    '    •    Donald    Hassard    veteran    of World war II, and a Orthodox Church Hall  day. Partly cloudy witn a chance of showers Wednesday, t Above normal temperatures throughout the period. Highs mostly in the 50s. Lows mostly in the 30s.  the two Nixon suggested.  When he requested the investigation in December, Nixon proposed that the probe deal with his deductions for a gift to KeoU— Ed Conklin, 86. Ser-j the National Archives of vice-  vices Monday at 2, Powell s. ;____  „    .     ,  Parnell — Mary Raher, 86  Officials said the area when curred.  fog  the  blanketed crash oc-  Gannon Rejects Ray's Hold on  Incidentally, two years ago this writer admonished readers to remember well the name of  Rapids since 1941. Ile was a veteran of World war II, and a retired employe of Burch Construction Co.  Surviving are his wife, the  Fun and Games, Sunday, 7:30 St. John’s 600 7th St. SE.—Adv.  * * *  Money Missing — Kenneth D.  Ten Iowa lolv Donal<;  Hassard as an accompa-  f  ° r m , e 1 l ' ranecs .    '"(Salter,    West Allis, Wis., reporl-  I op iowa Job  njst that Cedar Rapids au  1  di _ whom he was married July 25,  od was tak( , n Friday frmn   A candidate for the Democrat-,ences would be hearing more;.'    “p 8 ”' the bar at the Emergency Room  ic nomination for governor Sat- from.    ;     1 f tavern. 4650 First avenue NE.  urday pooh-poohed the idea that This writer referred to him as     while    he     watched a pool game  Crude Roll beck  ( * ov -  Robert Ra y  and  Lt. Gov. a "most remarkably  House Discards  accompanist at the  C. R. Weather  High Friday .............  Low overnight ...........  Noon ....................  2 p.m.....................  Rainfall  Total for March Normal for March Normal through March  60  49  \rthur Neu, Republicans, have young WASHINGTON (AP) — The a lock on thotse offices in this piano.”  f „ cnnn  . ..    ....juse    reversed    itself    Thursday    year’s election.    |    On    that    occasion.    Hassard  caoitaT Mins Taxes on    Tale of     and  voted. 216 to 163, to scrap    “■ *»’t concede they've got a    played a brilliant    accompani-  capital gams taxes on    sale ct    mortgage or a deed to those of-    ment to a recital    bv William  part of his property    at San    a provision calling for a roll-     f . „  f   Clemente Calif    bauk    of    crude    oil    prices    in    a    bill 1     ‘ f, ’ J?    7     P   uiuuimt, udiu.     cfll T.    William Cannon, Mingo farmer.  It was estimated that if the to crease a statutory I ederaJ  4iT , ,    all  u Wdb eMimatea Midi ii ine,    “I’ve been out on the husting  fluent ^ arre ^  Ber g er ' Tacoma, Wash and Jerry Dean Berger, Fort  Madison, a stepson. William K. I  Linwood cemetery, all wreaths  Total for 1974 ........ 3.17    friends    may  valued at!  Services Monday at IO, St. Joseph’s Catholic church. Rosary Sunday at 7:30, McSwiggin and Uhlmann.  Mechanicsville — Otis R. Lovell, 87. Horner’s.    ,    ,  5-    Manchester — Adelaide    senate-houso committee on    in- Energy    Administration.  .    45    Connell, 89 Private services! ternal revenue    taxation    held 'Dip    proposed rollback    was   trace  !     Monday, I 30. Bohnenkamp’s.     these moves     improper,    the I similar    to one cited as the    ma-  \iola — Letha C. Holland,  76. Services  .United Methodist church. Mur .------ .    „    ....  5.02;doch’s in Springville, where    come taxes.    'over-all    energy emergency    bill  nine  and blankets to be  removed  Adv.  I 21     Sday TS *-‘ d »‘ might have to pay anjjor re^on why President Nixon j —  2 48 iTnit^H xtrtfhexHicf I it-,, a NT,... additional $300,000 in federal in-t ()n  "idnesday had vetoed the    .    ...    ,  W’alker. The talented man was back Friday night, hustings again carefully and meticu-a lot and more and more people lously laying down an accompa-tell me the governor has been in niment for Donald Gramm. there long enough and they Light as the second half of the P ,m av '  Barometer, rising  29.99  day.  call alter I Mon- However, sources said Tues- P as sed by congress day the committee staff is now  recital was, the series of encore Ray recently announced for numbers were even lighter. an unprecedented fourth term That Handelian parody on "Old  Moore, Anaheim, Calif.,  „    .  grandchildren, and one great-    March,  grandchild.    *    *    *  Services: 1:30 Monday in the "heels Taken — Sandra Be-™ Bradv-Kuba funeral home.  vj lT 2102 North Town court NE. Burial. Cedar Memorial ceme-| re P ortecl  both rear tires and tery. Friends mav call at the rims valued at $250 were taken Brady-Kuba funeral home after off her car Thursday or Friday  while it was parked at her residence.  Memorial Services  Tri” TaiminT*inn *h2, miiK-ank  as  governor and Neu for a sec- Mother Hubbard” is getting alday at lo a.rn Atter eliminating the rollback     _ _____ ______  k; , .l.-.jl...     6     I    Catholic    church,    Parnell  ♦ * *  St. John’s Cemetery — All Railer. Mary—Services Mon-  w j n t er  decorations will be  ond term as lieutenant gover- bit threadbare.  Humidity at noon  88% J”'? 9  d     at!    hoking    I«**•-  Wind direction and velocity 10:30, St. Pauls Catholic church, ditional deductions and that this f'  hcna ine    iKinun    s *    Gannon    was in Cedar Rapids  at Gazette    weather    station    at    Worthington    Rosary Sunday at    could boost the $300,009 figure     tra "°"  measl,re 0 ,he sena ' 1 ^ for/luncheon    with    na    tv    orca-  ai uazeuc    weamcr    siauon    at,     g    KrBmcr ' s  .where    friends    mas    f nr  nnssihle extra taxes    The energy administration would    : lor    a .     Iunc " e0 , n    w,,a     P art 7  ll k expected that the com-    replace the pres.den.ml.y     M °"'  mittee will finish its invest,ga- Federal Energy Off,ce.     he   tion wi’bin about two weeks.    planned to do some campaign-  ! Three Accused Or    jpg before departing for Dubu-  lal  at St. Joseph’s, ..    ,    .    ,   Bur _ move March 25 —Adv.  St. Joseph’s cemetery. Ros- I    *    *    *  re  sun  2 p. rn., N at 20 m.p.h.  Sun rises Sunday. 7 28; sets, 7:07.  Year Ago Today — High. 42; low. 38  call after 2 Sunday.  Remus Heads A Division of  ary Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ai Mc- i    Milner    sto„  I Swiggin and Uhlmann funeral  Ha(1, °  Ml * s,ng  7 ^ ,an VV,eder * home. Williamsburg.    sp a n,    1051    Twentieth    street    SE,  Degree Days  Friday ......   19  Total to date Through March 8. 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year ..  5.373  FDA Calls Back Dog Food; Fears Content of Lead  WASHINGTON IAP)  Humiston, Albert N. — Ser-' vices were held at Turner .    _    chapel east at 3 p.m. Saturday  Cherry-Burrell ;by thc Rev>  ^ cnn  Bender.  George J. Remus, 3514 Ran-  Services Adonday for I Attempted Gas Theft que for a Saturday night fund- dom road SE, senior vice  reported an AM-FM radio valued at $200 and two speakers valued at $600 were taken Fri-  Masonic .services were conduct- day from his residence.  raising dinner.  Some  Fires  Charles Sutphin, 83 a 17-year-old girl and two,  (;anno[ti who bas been  BROOKLYN—Charles Sut- boys, ages 16 and 17, were ar-    speeding transit systems  5.668     i12     tons of dog food that    may    pb;n (  83. retired Tama business, rested early Saturday at the    Iowa communities, said he    has  81.02    contain deadly amounts of    lead     man  di e( j Thursday nbht    P° st 0 ^ ice  "here they were aile-    visited ll municipalities so    far  6.631    arc    being recalled by a Pennsyl-    Rom in Williamsburg June 14J Rcdly attcm P tin B to siphon gaso-    and will have a report on    his  ’! line from a mail truck    finHlnoc u;hon ho nnmnlnlns    tho  vania manufacturer, the Foodjiggo, he operated the Brooklyn,  poIice charged the three with | tour   He- io wppwocu lui un, *7“'''' the board adopted a policy giv cratic nomination by Senate .     o      y     f  cd at the graveside in Cedar,    *    *    a  Memorial cemetery by Crescent  lodge.    Don    Miller    Trio, Tonight,  president of Cherry-Burrell . Ho,,Pnhor s. Martha — Ser- Evy’s Upstairs Lounge. Next to  in    vices were held at 2 p.m. Sat-    D,,, mn „ n i  ' Corp.,    has    been    named    pres-    urday in the Brady-Kuba fu-     aiamount     Theater. Adv.   ln  idem    of    Cherrv-Burrcll    Co.,    a     neral  !l ome by th . e  Rev. Clar-    *    *    *  division of the corporation. I Q r  c  0  e  ve  cemetei?^  s 1 s 1 e y   The appointment came follow-  .. .. uu ia IU * n 2  a  meeting of the corpora-findings when he completes <he| tion - s of direc(ors  ^ I  BLOODMEAL, repels Rabbits, Mice and Moles. 49c a lb. at Hardi-Gardens —Adv.  U. N. Command  rf- O K Tire Shop 52 years, retir larceny. Theywere released lo He is opposed for the Demo- [(Aboard adonU'd'T'nol'i v civ Protests IvlGIe6 PcTOn Rightist  (their parents.    jeratic    nomination    by    Senate    | ino Mrh nf     J  Friday. Short in Tests by the producer. Dad s member of the Brooklyn volun-  2:01 p.m. Friday. Fire in tire  and  Drug at Trent street and Sixteenth I ports, avenue SW.  6:35 p.m.  Administration  report the incident.  avenue NE.  7:04 p.m. Friday. Overheated disclosed lead levels ranging years, machine at HOI Twelfth ave- from trace amounts to 8.900 '  Surviving are his wi f e , Reu-     .  7:57 p.m. Friday, Unknown to !l ar!; ' , pPr mi!!l0n >  the h DA saif!  lah; two soi^, Harry, Arizona,!     Hurt    in Crash   trash at 113 Thirty-sixth ave- ^ujsaay.     and  Douglas, Belle Plaine; a     LAM0 NT - Randal    Haller-  HueSW.    L> comparison, the LDA ha.    daughter, Mrs.    Daryl    Doty,     mfinn  17 c 0n 0 f    Mr    and Mrs  8:21 pm. Friday. Broken gas asked evaporated-milk manu-     Cedar  Rand-    seven    grand-    .1    a •  line at Second avenue and Sec- r art ,. rorK tn  ^     ir      Lea . , ,  nd P  ab ’     sevRn     B rdiu ;    Ted Hallermann,    was    listed in  end street SW.    iheLTL LZ I LiL -    «     c h 11 d r e n  ■  tw0  e rca *- serious condition at Mercy hos-  916 p.m. Friday^ Possible ti- iheir products to below .5 parts grandchildren, and a sister. Ipital. Cedar Rapids, today with  mg in 1971. He also was a their parents.    cratic    nomination    by    Senate,“ 7'V'7 77" 7    Ax    n    •  The three were arrested in the!Democratic Leader James Scha-  m £! a ! h „°^A he ^ rm JA_ operating  At Panmunjom    Assassinated   U iui.n v/i    u,u. U i,    —    -------‘Jautonomv    I    SEOUL.    South Korea (AP) —| BUENOS AIRES (AP) — Ter-  after someone called police to State Rep. Clark Rasmussen of    ..  122,” N a L  1120 For,y - second  Products Co. of .Meadville, Pa., leer fire department'over » 3W Mock of Eighth aveyt    «D ; Dunlap)    _and    former 8rca,er managemel "  Remus will continue in his ca-     com mand    has    de  West Des Moines, who also is a .    - ™ v r mandnd that Mnrth v n mo ^  former Democratic state chair-  pac,ty as senior  vice-president  rT ] dnde(1 that  North Korea re-tormer Democratic state chair  of the corporation   K     place one of its army captains  ________ In    conjunction with Remus’  af tbe  l >anr ^bnjom truce village  appointment, the corporation  and  punish other soldiers for an has changed identification of the  assau * t  * ast  Sunday on four  Social Work Post  rorists assassinated a right-wing Peronist Saturday and the Marxist People's Revolutionary Army claimed responsibility.  The victim was Miguel Angel  garet to chair on front porch at per million 412 K avenue NW.    The    agency    said    that    several  11:52 p.m. Friday. Nuisance i m *1‘"    a1'7^*7*Ii     p m -  at  Nevenhoven’s  ail in son block of Vernon, ,    !    , d     \    .    .    Haven    cemetery,    rural    Tama.  Services will be Monday at 2  Burial: crash  night.  injuries suffered in a one-car Mercy college explorer post on   ____    _    _        near    Lamont  call in 500 ______ ,  drive SE.    least four dogs have been linked  2:25 a.m. Saturday.    Car    fire    to the contaminated    food. It    _     #   ar ;  First avenue and    Park    court     sa id the manufacturer    reported J* y^Q PqQQ$f fid /7 3 D T! VC*?  To Meet Wednesday Cedar Rapids plant from CB ^ mor * can s ^nd a South Korean  ( ds trolini, 31, a member of a The second meeting of the Mt l division t0  Cherry-Burrell Co., a  at  P a nmunjom.    ,    Peronist    band    called the New  ,„™r, Jetev allege exotew^ dos! on ldivi «‘<»    «< Chem-    Burrell Corp  A  spokesman said the U.N.    Argentina and National    Umver-  Friday social work farers will be held     As  P resida "'  ot     ‘he company, oommand also demanded at a'»'y Concentration.  Wednesday at 7 30 D rn in the     Remus    wil ‘ have    responsibility  meetin 8 Tuesday that North    He was leaving his    apart-  . student lounge of Warde hall '    ^.«»    ^vision's    operations in L'ThL^mmandTT-' 0  ^    IwUL'/.mII'L*'!!! k.T JL  The program, coordinated by| Cedar Ra P lds -  Llt lle Falls, “  Ifte  TT .u  cars that  lher when  intercepted by a man rocks and  l!fld  woman who fired four  Ziegler: Scandal  that corn gluten meal used in the food apparently had been : carried in a railroad car used /^\ r I • J previously to transport  Over-Emphasized oxide.  KEY BISCAYNE. Fla. IAP) _!„’]*  do « , food -  carryin8  Predicting more frequent news  s a  ;  was  P-s-Gucei! h<‘-conferenccs bv President Nixon. T on m  :     ry     and early  Pres- Secretary Ronald Ziegler  February ,hls year and dls '"h is  the Hawkeye Area Scout Coun-’ and  Elk Rapids, Mich , as * v,( re pf ’ un ^ ed     — — y .u. te   ci! is ooen to all area hich  wed as  Sanitation Laboratories,  cIubs w 'ndows of the vehicles nots, then fled in a car  is open to all area high school students interested in a ^ ; * Twixt Town road NE career in social work,    !    responsibilities also  were broken. win The command  said the five  Injured in C.R. Mishaps   1Cad  Two pedestrians and a motor- with failure to aid the accident f The 'topiT'for''' Wednesdays    marketing of the prod!  b fT     5 ^ ,er . ed ,  m LT  „ *gn (ist were hurl in separate ac-victim after he allegedly left the session is “Social Work with  ut,s  . and  services of these • •  d ^ 8 a  30-minute haiti / cidents Friday and Saturday. scene of the accident, according Groups”.  a  P a nel discussion on operations^    .     th ™    Th . I°° PS  *  Winning Nickel Designer Dies  Driscoll, assistant executive  -Mid-East—-  (Continued from Page I.)  director of the YWCA of Linn vernment-controlled newspapers 3  vvean  l 7 aa >' T  county; Tom McCormick, 4-H favored keeping the meeting in  f  w f ’,    \ m(lr   i i c si t rr>_- i•    ,    ..    I*. West of ( har e<?tnr  attacked them. The Americans OWOSSO. Mich. (AP) — Ger-said earlier that three Ameri-  man ' born artist Fp,ix Sch l a K. cans and a South Korean were  8 , 2 ’  vvho won in 1938 for hls  injured in the melee. But it ^ cslgn of lht *  Jt>ffers °n nickel, added Wednesday that a fourth  pd ^ aturday -  Franklin 1 S( ' hIa B, who found himself in  Four-year-old Warren Mundy,: to police officers.    | career opportunities in various  622 Tenth avenue SW, was treat- Cantonmine’s car was located iS° c ial work organizations.   f    L     nted    throughout New York ^  at  Mercy hospital for a knee several blocks from the scene of I Participants include Sallic  Wa ere    I ’7"^ PennsyHamf    Ohiotd WdSl injury suffered a. 3 p m Friday .he accidenh pohce said.  aweiiing on Watergate by Nix-     when he ran int0 the pat h of a    *    *    *  OO S questioners.    •    chinments    Wf*re     ,ruck  backing out of a park- ! The third accident resulted in  Chatting with reporters ./*.    ^  1 n p ei * ^  ing spaC e.    an eye injury for Michael Ras-  and     leader    for    the    LinnjTripoli.    Libya,    as    originally  aboard Air Force One as it flew    r«»dn    m mhnr, 4<n I The accident occurred at a'mussen. 19, of 1618 Eleventh av-  co “nty extension service; Mary planned and postponing it until  Nixon here Friday for the week-  h     " J™ ^ parking lot located at the inter- enue SW.    17° u kSee ’  cxecutive director of  I Wednesday.  end. Ziegler said:    of    the    front Danel and in 5 and  sec B° n  of Third avenue and    Early    Saturday    lowana    (    ouncil    of    Camp    An    Egyptian    spokesman    said    .-     T     ,  he holds them on a more  b 0     P" 1      p jl? b " d    |8     Rockford road SW     }    d    }    Flre ,iirls -  and  Maurice Wilson, Saudi Arabia. Kuwait. Abu 5?  Tuesday - ^ Ll. 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