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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 6 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. April 6. 1971 Youngest Nixon Brother Is Mitchell Defense Witness NEW YORK (UPI) H- Pres- ident Nixon's youngest brother, come to New York and right Edward said. "I wanted Edward, 43, led pff the defense to know why. He said he witnesses Friday in the con- couldn't tell nie, it was too sen- Heavy Loss in Lake 0iiy Fire LAKE CITY (AP) Fire! heavily damaged two businesses J Friday night and Saturday in; the southwest Calhoun county town of Lake City. By dawn Saturday, fire Television Listings spriacy trial pf John Mitchell sitive, but asked if 1 would do it fighters had broueht thV f ,-P Manrifo fitanc nprsnnal tj j DrOUgnl IDC lUC a persona! favor to under control, but Waiters Appli- ance Co. and the adjacent and Maurice Stans. Four days earlier, just as another! him." brother, F. Donald Nixon, Edward said he flew to New- testified for the prosecution. Conspiracy, obstruetion-of-jus- tice and perjury counts against ark and was met by Cerny. The lawyer told him, he said, that Vesco wanted to make a cam- Matthews hardware store were severely damaged. Fire fighters from Lake City, Lohrvilte and Rockwell City] 7-KWWUV, Waterloo 9-KCRG-IV, Cedar Rapids 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids Ollutnwa Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport Saturday Night 8-WKBT, la Oosse 10-KROC-TY, Rochester 12-KIIN.TV, lowaOty Moral 40-KOUB, Dubuque Mitchell and Stans stem from a I contribution before thejwere hampered by heavy cash contribution by n-j April 7 cutoff date for such (smoke, but managed to keen the mo r, nancier Robert Vesco to the I anonymous donations. President's 1972 re-election campaign. Edward, who described him self as an environmental scien list living in the state of Wash ington, testified he first became involved in the contribution when he was in Washington B.C., working on the campaign. He said he received a phone call from Vesco's attorney. Howard Cerny, named as a co conspirator but not indicted. "Mr. Cerny wanted me to Tama Man, 35, Pleads Guilty to Murder Charge TOLEDO Preston M. Dun- can, 35, of the Mesquakie Indian settlement west of Tama, pled guilty Friday in Tama county district court to second degree murder. Judge John L. Hyland was presiding. Duncan appeared in court with his court-appointed attor- ney, Charles Fairall, Marshall- town, for what was scheduled to be a hearing to determine the degree of guilt. He had pled guilty March 5 to an open charge of murder. He was accused of the murder of Bruce Raynard See, 19, Tama, whose body was found Aug. 1 in a weedy spot along railroad tracks at the west edge of Tama. Tama County Attorney Jared 20 YEARS AGO The Cedar Baueh said Friday that See's Rapids school board approved In said, Vesco's he was office, Edward asked to get in touch with Stans to find out "in what form, cash or check" the contribution should be made. Edward said he later met with Stans at the Metropolitan club in New York. "Mr. Stans said if he (Vesco) was really so concerned about an anonymous contribution, i probably should be in cash ti remain absolutely anonymous but as far as the committee wa concerned it didn't make an; he testified. Edward said he then tele phoned Vesco and gave him the message. flames from the nearby Bau- man Jewelry. As a precaution, employes at the jewelry store removed much of their stock and fittings. The cause of the fire, as well as monetary loss to the two businesses, was not immediate- ly established. There were no injuries report- Toyota Price Up On All Models TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) Price increases have been an- nounced for all models of Toyo- i cars. A spokesman for Toyota Victor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., said Friday that the boosts for the Japanese-made vehicles range drom for the Corolla 1200, a sedan, to for the Land Cruiser station wagon. He said increases on the best sellers in each model serie: averaged or 4.8 prcent. The company attributed the ncreases to higher shipping and material costs. death was due to asphyxiation because of manual pressure on the throat and neck, according on a parental-consent basis. to the autopsy report. Duncan was intoxicated at the time, ac cording to a stipulation between Bauch and Fairall, and con firmed by Duncan in court. Judge Hyland set the time for sentencing for May IB and or- dered a pre-sentence investiga- tion by a qualified agent of the State Bureau of Adult Correc- tions. Duncan was returned to the Marshall county jail, where he has .been held in lieu of bond since his arrest last Au- gust. It is the second plea of guilty to second degree murder in three days in Tama county. On Wednesday, Charles A. Engel, 19, Gladbrook, pled guilty to the second degree murder of his wife, Carol Faye, 23, at the couple's home in Gladbrook. She died of a gunshot wound. Engel said in court he knew the gun was loaded and cocked, that he pointed it at Carol and discharged it. "It was not ac- Engel said. LEGAL H07SOB NOTICE OF INCORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT: 1. A corporation named R Development Company has been gantzed and Incorporated under the pi sions of Chapter 496A of Ihe code o 2. The Date of the beginning of its cor porate existence was March 18, a7t, and The period of its duration is perpetual 3. It shall have unlimited power to en gage in and to do any lawful act concern cor any.-and a" Iawful business for which h; a99regate number of shares sres which the snail have authori- ty to issue is shares of common stock, each with a par value of si Oo ii5' of its registered office is H Glenbrook Drive, Southeast, Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, and the name 3l SUCfl a'dress is 6. The name and address of the initial director of the corporation as designated in its Articles of Incorporation is: David R. Lubben, 11 Glenbrook Drive, South- east. Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa Dated this 4th day of April, 197J. Ridge Development C President NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. PBS4-M74 In the District Court of the state of Iowa In and for Linn County In the matter of the estate of JANETTE GIBSON HOWELL, Deceased To all persons interested in the estate of Janette Gibson Deceased- You are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of April, 1974, the last will and tes- tament of Janette Gibson de- bearing dale of the ath day of April, 1971, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Jeanne Lorraine Howell was appointed executor of said estate, j Notice is further given that any action! K sej. sail) must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons Indebted to said estate are reouested to make immediate payment to Ihe under- signed, and creditors navinn claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above district court, as provided by law, duly authenti- cated, for allowance; and unless
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