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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Eight from Congress Going In for Karate  Two Hospitalized After Accidents In Cedar Rapids  Two persons were listed in good condition Saturday at St. I tor Quentin Burdick, a 65-year-!Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) and Luke's hospital as a result of  WASHINGTON (AP) — Sena- two years to attract Senators!  old North Dakota Democrat, approaches his karate instructor, lets out a screaming “Yuhhhh” and smoothly delivers a jumping sidekick that  ;  cleanly splits two - one - inch boards.  Burdick, who wears the traditional tobok or exercise clothes during the karate session, is one of eight congress members who take lessons together.  The idea w r as the brainchild  Burdick and Reps. James Sym- traffic accidents Friday, ington (D-Mo.), Floyd Spence Bove.I R Myers, 67, route (D-Mo.), Tom Bevil (D-Ala.),  tw °, was in good condition at St. Edward Rovbal (D-Calif.) and Luke’s after being injured about  Richard Ichord (D-Mo.).  7:30 a.m. Friday. He was  rn, . ,.    ,    ,     r     .    „    ,    charged with failure to vie d the  The eight work out for about I../*,_____ ,.    *    .    .  , j u ie m 'right-of-way after his truck and an hour and a-half every Tues- _    u..    ^    ,  ,    ,    .    .    .,    ,    a car driven by Hay M. Neto-  day and Thursday “the house  lieky ,  19 ,  of riira ,  Klv> colnded   gymnasium on Capitol Hill. Oc- at  , he intcrsection  „j  c street   carnally they meet in the „ nd Waconj a    sw   downtown Washington studio of  Jhoon Rhee, head of the Tac    ,  Kwon Do school.     ai     J."     1 '  1  *.     0    11, ‘*  avenue NW. was in good condi-  Sparring Matches    tion at St. Luke’s with facial  OW WI AWI* fOfOCASl ©  ■rn.  A Am ^ now   1  of * Spn ivfiltnn VnimCT 11  Mvnar  Tbc  twice-a-wcek sessions be- cuts and possible head injuries, ofd North DakoU R^San :^  w ' th  “ dai *    ^ce    said    his    bicyclo struck  who was'able'*duVing'The‘''last ; strctching  « xercises '  then  8»  ,hc rear rf a l>iekun truck   into mo nUcin nnnn^lnrr o nrl  in  Snov/ is expected Saturday night in the middle Plains area, while showers and rai are expected from the Gulf Coast northeastward into Tennessee and the middle Atlantic states, as well as in portions of the Northeast.  DEATHS  —Daily Record  er I iv Briefs  The Weather  Iowa Deaths  ing a long illness.  Father Dies — Alvis Loeftler Born July 7, 1908. in Lincoln, of Osceola, father of Leland 111., she had lived in Cedar Loeffler. 2455 First avenue SW. Rapids since childhood. She was died Monday at the age of 80. married to Mr. Hazlett Oct. 17,  Mrs. Clayton Hazlett  Ixia E. Hazlett, 65. of 1522 Six- 1  the theatrical show usually ex-teenth avenue SE, wife of Clay- hibited on television during ton Hazlett, died Friday follow- karate demonstrations.  Each congressional student can break two one-inch boards while Ichord has reached the  into the    basic    punching    and    packed    in front of 1117 Eleventh  kicking moves    and end    with    street NW about 6 p.m. Friday,  sparring    matches between    the    The    youth was reportedly  students.    thrown    off his bicycle into the UOe, L/Omell t7GT  On special occasions, each  rc f " f  the pickup and then congress member breaks the  1 "  0 1  fi rol ^ (  inch-thick boards with his feet.  * * *  Mount Vernon    Rest    Home,  private patient wanted. 895-8675. - Adv.  * *    *  Hospitalized —    Ann  High temperatures Friday, low temp- i    __ Tr  .,    *    ,,  eratures overnight and inches of precipi-1    Vinton—Lsther I Tescott. <9  Monday at 1:30 at White-Phil-  Anchoraqe 42 34 L. Anqeles 78 57 i „  A  ___ii    i  Atlanta    .    ?2 aa    .34    Miami    82    77    up- s - A memorial has bei n es-  Bismarck    36 32    .25    Min'apoiis    60    41    .36 i    tublishcd  Chicago . 72 51 .20 N. Orleans 78 67.67    tun,-.    n    Daniil  Denver    60 33    60    New York    62    52    .OI ‘ Won —    Milo D. Randall, 15.  Duluth    38 33    .1*    Phoenix    87    64 I    Monday at    ll, Brosh s.  Honolulu    86 73    Seattle    55    3*    Virtnr    Mr* Frnrl rTmiicr^  Houston    .    st 7i    wash'gton    75    58    04 victor    Mrs. r red (Lomse)  «, ,    ,    .    r,    ,     r ,    .    Voigtmann,    82.    Tuesday    at,     1     ,  Extended Forecast — Fair    i;3o, st. John Lutheran. Mc-    2261    C    street SW, is recovering s o n ,  Monday and Tuesday. Chance of Aninch’s.    from  showers Wednesday. Cool Mon-    j crnicc  in    0n     ~  ■., i • ,    .    .    I    wart,    7    i.    Monday    at    10:30,    Con    -    .    ...    ,  day, with highs in 40s and low     grcgational church . Friends    permitted  50s. and lows in the upper 20s to    may call after 9 a.m. Sunday at  middle 30s. Warmer Tuesday Witt's.  and Wednesday, with highs in    ° man  ~  Peler  Bushman.  surgery performed  1962, in Cedar Rapids and was a member of St. James United Methodist church.  Surviving besides her husband are a daughter, Evelyn Norris, Huber, Hiawatha; a son, Donald Rout-Marion; four grand-at children  O- Mercy hospital. Visitors are grandchildren;  three great-a sister, Ada Clark, Colorado Springs; three * * *    stepchildren, Diane Hollings-  Bcautician — Full or part worth and Delores Glenaman,  advanced stage of kicking in three boards that are held together.  “They're no different from my regular students,” said Rhec, “except that they are more intelligent. They pick up things much faster.”  “Great Sport”  * *  An accident at Eighth avenue  and Tenth street SE around 2 a.m. Saturday caused minor injuries to two persons.  Allison Marie Scott, 20, of 390 Sixteenth street SE, and Michael M. Farr, 20, of 705 Fifth avenue SE, were treated at Mercy hospital and released.  Police said Miss Scott’s car, headed east, collided with one headed south driven by Frank Lnenicka, 24, of 1011 1 2 Tenth street SW. in the intersection at Eighth avenue and Tenth street SE.  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., April 13, 1974    3  Says White House Letter Rewritten After Warning  WASHINGTON (AP) — A Re-!of one of those present, Cotton  publican senator says the White said.  House rewrote its letter re- A second letter was drafted spending to a house committee’s and read to the leaders, he request for tapes after a warn- added, and was then sent to the ing from senate G.O.P. leaders, committee by presidential coun-Senator Cotton (R-N.H.) said sci James St. Clair.  Friday that the leaders warned However, that failed to satisfy that the first version “would the house group, which is probed to trouble ”     ing thc  P ossibilit y  of  impeach-  °    ,    . ment of President Nixon, and  The letter was prepared ai  Thursday  , t issued a subpoena   response to a request for tapes  tor  , he ta p es  by a 33-3 vote. from the house judiciary com-  Co , |on said  - (hc scnators who  mince and was read to the  met Tuesda with Burch felt the  senate Republicans Tuesday by  fjrst  , cUcr  ,. djdn , t indicatc  presidential a s st s t a ti t Dean  c|ear|     „     fhat it was thc   Burch, Cotton told reporters. p residcn f s  intention to furnish would ie asking lot im-  {de comm itt ee  with all relevant peachment. was the response  malerials .-  “We felt that wouldn't suffice. We felt it would be taken as a  f  *    -     #     _ brushoff by the committee and  Deferred Gifts would lead to trouble,” ex-  q    r    J*    plained Cotton, chairman of the  rrogram handing senate Republican conference.  . ,,    „    ,,    , He said Nixon hadn't seen thc  Coe and Cornell colleges have , cUer bocau5e hc wag cnroute   been chosen to participate in thc home from France at thc time.  Hill Family Foundation’s de-    -  ferred gifts officer training program.  Each college will receive $10,000 per year for two years to support start up costs for a fulltime deferred gifts specialist.  Coe and Cornell were among 20 colleges chosen. Forty-seven private liberal arts colleges ap- l ra H> c   Three Die Sn Head-on Crash lear Burlington  BURLINGTON accident  (AP) - A on Iowa 99  Farr was a passenger in the Burdick has been in thc pro- Lnenicka car. No charges were gram about a year.    filed.  “It’s a good conditioner,” he    --  73.    Monday    at St. Francis de     timc -  Max ‘ n c’s Hairstyling. 365-    Cedar Rapids, and Paul Doug-  the middle 50s to lower 60s. Sales    church    at 1:30. Rosary at'2335.—Adv.    las. at home.  8 Sunday at Schmitz’, where I    * * *  friends may call after 5:30 Theft — Nelson  - John Commers,    1534 Sixth avenue SE. reported a    Rev. Stephen Root of St. James    “Milt    Young  at 9:30 at Sacred    $12 jacket and $25 worth of tools!    United Methodist church. Burial: I patron    saint,”  BO  Lows in 30s to lower 40s.  C. R. Weather  High Friday  Low overnight ..........  Noon Saturday......  2 p.m. Saturday  Rainfall ................  Total for April  Normal for April ........  Normal through April Total for 1974  Barometer, falling .......  Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p. rn., calm.  Sun rises Sunday. 6 28; sun sets, 7:46,  Year Ago Today — High. 51; low, 30; rainfall, none.  Traveler's Forecas f   Saturday.  Oelwein 87. Monday 46 Heart church.  said. “It’s a great sport and it gives you some of the rudiments of self defense.”  Services: Turner chapel west; Stevens also sees karate as a Ledbetter, I at 1:30 p.m. Monday by the'physical conditioner.  is sort of thc — _______.    said    Stevens.  Graveside scr- were taken from his residence Linwood. Friends may call at   53  VH tf  e LnM St ^ Ma i r i k in    Thursday night.    Turner west until I p.m. Mon-)I    have I’ve always been acainst'u °    " *•    •    ~    ♦  56 Edgewood at 11.30. Brants.    ,    .    .    J     n “ v . e -  vt dlWd > s  Been against  have  his perjury conviction set  Oelwein.    *    *    *    day- I he casket will not be just jumping up and down to *  n n nrminrk tint include an   n .°" c  v»n »<”"•*. Monte Kelly.; The Sensational Rotary en- opened 3fter the service.    keep    in    shape.    And    I    can    do    ^ spr t?on    thT    ‘  2 79 Conception Church 151 ' 1  Rusa?v: & nc Mazda is hcre -  Al1  < le P art *    .    ^     this    in    a    hoteI    room     when    I’m  Sunday at 8 ut Fellmet’s where ments open at Metro Mazda. Mrs. James Crago on a speaking engagement.” friends may call after 2 Sun- 4425 Center Point Rd. NE.—Adv.  Edj{h M  c ra g 0  g4 widow of  s y min 8 ton  also enjoys the  * * *    I James Crago and ’ a Cedar  kara J e -  7.81 7 22 29 83  Lamont  Ethel Stamp, TG.  "Jury Foreman Not Citizen" — Chapin Lawyer  WASHINGTON (API -  v q 11 at i ...i    * j    y ..    • .Former White House aide  im Mon r i  Sal ?»  vvouId  ^ n J°y  ll and  Dwight Chapin is seeking to ' lon ':I have. I ve always been against'v,own rn* «nr), ir y conviction set  ds that include an a grand jury foreman was not an American citizen.  Attorney Jacob Stein filed motions Friday asking U. S. dis-  66 *o  Monday at 2, Kreusel - Faw- I apes Liken Richard An- Rapids resident for many years .. ,  e  ,' v a , *  use . d  to fend ( r j c j court to order an acquittal ceti s. Friends may call    after 2    derson. rural Toddville, report-    before    moving to Glendale.! 0 ^ff hoodlums,    he said. ‘We do     or a new  ( r j a j f 0 p Chapin, con-  ...    cd IO stereo tapes worth $50    Calif    died Thursday at the  d  ^°° d ’     c ^ ean excrc tse. I  were taken Friday night while    home'    of her son in law and’ don ' t  ^end    to stop. ’ ’    ’  bunciay.  Aurora A Re  72. Kreuscl-Fawcett’:  am  I  Williamsburg —  ring, 55. Monday at 1:30 George L. Gay’s, Iowa City Burial: Oakland cemetery Iowa City. Friends may cal after 7:30 Saturday.  Theaters, 2727 Sixteenth avenue Blessing. Woodland Hills. Calif.  movin g  and the hea d clear.”         Sunday  Weather,    Hi-Lo      Bismarck    .......PtCldy    46-31      Chicago    ......Showers    58-38      Cincinnati    ...... Cloudy    72-45      Cleveland    ..... Tshwrs    66-42      I). Mown    is . . . Cloudy    58-39,      Detroit    . Cloudy    63-40      Indianapol    I is ... Showers    71-42      Kan.sas Cl    tv ...Showers    63-40      Milwauket    ■ . . . . Showers    45-34      Minncapol    is ... PtCldy    51-30      Okla. Citv    . Cloudy    61-38      Omaha    ...... Cloudy    5*)_351      S’ Louis    Show ors    I      Sioux Fa I    Is Cloudy    49-30     Silent on Report On Tax Returns  vietcri April 5 of lying to a Wa-   _______„ w .          Intend    tcrgate grand jury concerning  Betty Her-!his car was parked at Stage 4 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Von    j    ^     keep f     t , he    b !, ood     his knowledge of the activities  of political saboteur Donald Se-  gretti.  Stein argued that thc govern-! ment had failed to prove that! the foreman was a citizen and thus legally empowered to administer an oath to Chapin. Lawyers from the special Wa-1  WASHINGTON (AP  Watergate  The  SW.  * * *  Don Miller Trio. Saturday, Evy’s Lounge (next to Paramount Theatre.)—Adv.  ♦ * *  Machine Stolen — Police said a dollar bill changer valued at $100 and containing between  Services will he Monday at 9 a m. at Forest Lawn,  Hills. Burial will be there  Haywood QI! Leak by Saudi Denied  aa!  office has refused to comment .laundry room on a report that its investigators dens. 2981  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 8.2 no chan Lansing (18) missing Dam No. 9 (18) fall .4 McGregor (18) missing Guttenberg (15) 10.1 fall . Dubuque (17) 12.4 lull .1 Davenport (15) 10.9 rise .1 Keokuk (16) 11.2 rise .2  have obtained the income tax returns of two of President Nixon’s closest friends.  Tile refusal came after the New York Times reported Friday that returns of Charles “Bobe" Rebozo and Robert Ab-, planalp were obtained as part of an investigation of a $100.000j campaign contribution to the President from billionaire Howard Hughes.  The Times said the committee had amassed circumstantial cvi-!  I hree Navy  CK!- reporting of import figures gave tergate prosecutor’s office said iVlwl I O I Cl E ll an erroneous impression that during the trial that they had  MANTI A (AP) — Three U S  Saudl Arabia  l eakt ’d od to this been told the foreman was a i at Gateway Gar- „  offi ..,, rs    h  , ,  dpath  country during the recent em- naturalized citizen and that they  Sixth street SW,  hv nnidpntifiM ,  assailanK Safl , r jbargo, the Federal Energy of-were trying to confirm it.  prosecutors $100 and $120 was taken from a MANH \ (AP) — Three U S  WASHINGTON (AP) - Late  plied. Applicants were judged about seven miles north of here by the foundation staff, advisory Friday night left three persons committee, and consultants with  d(?ac j"  expertise in deferred giving. ‘ ‘    .     t .    .    .    ..  ,    ..    The victims represented three  Charles    M. Cochran,    acting    ,  AI     ,     S1   Cornell president, said    -This generations of the same family.  grant will provide for an ex- L> ea d are Donna Zippe, 27, pended program in estate plan-  an d her mother, Dorothy Sut-ning and deferred gifts.”    cliffe. 46. both of Oakville, and  Coe President Leo L. N US s-  Mrs - zi Ph c ’s grandmother, Zella baum said “The development Brown. <8, Muscatine, committee of the Coe trustees ^ be ^  wcre  riding in a car has authorized the development driven by Mrs. Zippe, whose 18-of a comprehensive deferred rnonth-old daughter, Gina, was gifts program. The grant from injured, the Hill Family Foundation will highway patrol said a car allow us to implement this plan driven by Stuart Pfeiff, 17, West quickly and effectively.”    Burlington, sideswiped a pickup  Other Iowa colleges receiving j I ruck driven by Michael Ber-grants are Central in Pella, | gen, 28, Mediapolis, then hit the Drake in Des Moines and Zippe car head-on.  Luther in Decorah.    Bergen    was    not injured. Pfeiff  __was taken to a hospital for  cl I I  A  .. .I treatment of injuries. A passen-Pee Schedule Adjusted  gcr in his car ,  Jo h n  schuff, 18,  On Canceled Courses West Burlington, was treated  ^    .    .    and released.  AMES    (AP) — The    state__  board of regents has adjusted  the fee scheduled for canceled  courses at the University of  Iowa to    discourage students  from signing up for courses and  then dropping them  sometime since Wednesday.  * * *  Mrs. Adrian Crew is now residing at thc Allison hotel.—  Adv.  *    * *  Offices F)ntcrcd — Police reported a $130 calculator was t  ° r P ’ to construction 1500    Second    avenue SFL and a    b ase   $110    calculator and $50    ring  were taken    from Kelly s    Help     roac j  was  evacuated after  Service the same night.    shooting.  by unidentified assailants Satur- „    -     c .    .    ,    „    „ c   day while driving along a  flce sa - vs     -    Stem    also    asserted    there was  boundary road of the American    Wilhelm,    director    of    the    ’mal    if    icjen    evidence    to sustam  Subic Bay naval base.     FE0  office of producer country the verdict and the got ernment  They were inspecting the new  affairs and  emergency supply,M Presented prejudicial evt-  road around the base. 55 miles  ,0 ' d a re . por,cr Frida >’  thal a _____  northwest of here.    i check of lm P° rt  documents  Names of the officers were.. -    .. ,  withheld pending notification of|     C i? n ?"    K    S110 d in Ors sh  Mystery Sphere Found by Family  JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP)  The board approved a U. of I.  The nav y  admits that il is m J’ s "  tified by a metal sphere found  by a local family.  “There's certainly something about it,” CPO Chris Ber-  showed shipments of Saudi Ara- ChurchciOBrS bian oil which appeared on com- .....    .    .    ^    _  akan Thursday night from  ne xT ofkim They were kirned !! ncrce de P artment  import lists "rank Takes Investment Corp.,  tn P nnstrur»tinn unit*- at  lh  'for January and February actu-  Ccdar at 5.95 fall .05  12:06 p.m. Friday at airport.  4:48 am. Saturday heated freezer motor  Fourth street SE.  donee that Rebozo and Abplan-  edar Rapids (13)  ( alp had replaced part of the;    *    *    *     oa   money allegedly used for loans J 6  Aluminum runabout, 80 hp or gifts to Nixon’s two brothers Evinrude, trailer, convertible and his personal secretary. jfoP- 51.IOO. 365-2227 eves. —Adv.  Rose Mary Woods.    *    *    *  Spokesmen for Rebozo, the Car Entered — Phyllis Biers- has happened  SIU,    in    11    c a    SAN    JERONIMO,    Mexico  November     UrlnK     IAP)    - A truck carrying pil-  A Seabee team working on the f  And  ^ ^ , he m|  ^ ^ grtms back from a Holy Week  loaded on tankers in the Persian  servico  Gulf before the five-month embargo began Oct. 16.  the  Fires  \ir-L-Vat  Over-  it 213  at a village church crashed down a 22-foot ravine Friday night, killing up to 30  Wilhelm said there have been Parsons and injuring 80. reports of oil leaks to the U.S.  from Iraq and Libya during the Quiet Key Biscayne first time in eight years that it embargo but the leaks were not Weekend tor Nixon  major.  —Easter—  Continued from Page I.)  j proposal Friday which will re-1 (duce the time during which refunds will be made for dropped (courses from eight weeks to: odd   (three weeks.    ninger said Friday after initial  I U. of I. President Willard, (ests  identifying the 25-pound Boyd said courses frequently ! object that tbc Antoine Bctz   appear to be filled at the time of ,{ am ||y  sav  appeared outside registration only to shrink with- j their home recently. in the first few weeks of class as “We’re going to use a more students drop them.    (powerful machine on it and also  He said the cancellations arc  run S p ec t 0 graph tests to deter-costly to the university and an  mine what me{a ,  ifs made of; ,  inconvenience to both students;Bernin n er said  and faculty.    According    to    the    family    and  newsmen, the ball moves stran-Tornado Kills 28    gely. apparently of its own voli-  DACCA, Bangladesh (AP) — tion, and throbs as if a motor A tornado Friday battered were running inside.  Bogra, 170 miles north of here. The sphere, slightly smaller killing at least 28 persons and than a bowling ball, appears to injuring 75.    he of stainless steel.  KEY BISCAYNE. Fla. (AP)— President Nixon is at his bav-  New Phone Line Rates Postponed  brothers and Miss Woods have    i chonk of rural Van Horne re-    p a t r iarch Demetrios said the  denied that any such gifts or    ported her locked car had been     comcidence o[fers  -. a si g„  and a   loans ever were made. The    entered while it was parked in     rem i n( j er ” that the resurrected  ,wo  ^' iar g e a Arter side    home    here    for    a    quiet  President and Rebozo have said the St. Luke’s hospital parking Lo rd  *»j s one { j iat His bodv tbc     Aliened    Larceny     Easte r weekend. Aides said they  publicly that thc money lay un-    lot at 1026 A avenue NE Friday    church is one, that the Christian     c °uld    cite    no    urgent    business  touched in a bank safe deposit and that a $70 tape player, 30 £ as t er  is one.”     ()nc    man    bas    been cbar 8, ed  needing his attention and ex  box for more than two years tapes worth $180 and an $11 tape That unity, he said, should  vvdb !arcen y  an( I another with pected no official visitors.  NEU VORK i AP i — Ameri-before being returned to as- holder were taken.    supersede the differences in dat-  birten ^  and  ^° ssess * on a con *    During Nixon's afternoon  can Telephone and Telegraph gociatcs of Hughes.    ----  in £  He termod thc  differences  trollcd subst f nce  following an    flight to Florida Friday, Press  -- Arm    chajr    shoppers     | 0Ve    thc     “ a  result of our sins, our weak  incldent at K „™ a ^  West shop * Secretary Ronald Ziegler told  Consumer Post convenience of want ad shop- faith and vision” by uhirh “up P ln 8  center<  ^ lx teentn ave- newsmen aboard Air Force One _ ill    P‘ n ^*     bave  divided Christ.”  To Ruckelshaus  Pipits—Believe It or  Co. has postponed for 60 days implementation of a new rate structure that would boost bills for customers who lease telephone lines for private use, including news services and the TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — federal government.    William Ruckelshaus has taken  The new rates were to have  a  job with the Florida Apart-gone into effect this Sunday, but ment    Assn. to protect    con-  AT&T delayed    the action    at the    fumers against    rising electric  request of the    Federal Commu-    bills.  nications Commission,    which    He will meet    officials here  wants more time to study them, next week to discuss the way I  fuel costs are passed along to j consumers, the association    president,    James Mahaffey,    said  Friday.  The statewide    group repre-  jsents    owners of more    than  in    1971(100,000    apartment units.    The  —Kidnaping—  (Continued from Page I.)  ars repressive forces against the people of Argentina.  It first made news when it kidnaped the honorary, Public Service Commission sets British consul in Rosario, Stan- electric rates, ley Sylvester, and released him No salary was announced foi in exchange for $60,000 worth of Ruckelshaus, who solved in the goods for poor, donated by his Nixon administration as deputy employers, the Swift meat pack- attorney general, head of thc ing plant    Environmental Protection  Victor Samuelson. 36, of Agency and acting FBI director.  Cleveland was seized by ERP    ~    ~    “  last Dec. 6 and is still in captivi- White Rhinos Awaited ty despite a reported $14.2 mil- KINGS MILLS, Ohio (AP) — lion ransom paid by Exxon, the Twenty-two white rhinos are exparent firm of the Esso Argon- pected to arrive April 25 and be tina refinery he managed at transported to a tourist attrac-Campana.    tion at an amusement park.  The Neighbors  By George Clark  0  V  r few  $ t iii    n    t  on lh trouble witj eastjris  HOU G£T HOOKUP OKI BEANS.  2 “a result of our sins, our weak  mcldcnt at  * ™ a £ l  West shop- Secretary Ronald Ziegler - faith and vision” by which “we  p,ng „^ nter ’  2/ “'  Slxteenth ave ' newsmen aboard Air Fore  nue aw,    ^at his boss would not be de-  Jeffrey C. Klatt, 20, of Ot- j voting much time to his prom-tumwa, was charged with lar- j [ sec j response to a house judi-jceny and possession of a con- ciary committee subpoena for ; trolled substance believed to be: additional presidential tapes marijuana. He posted $625 bond  an d documents. This question is and was released.    being handled bv aides in Wash-  Dennis F. Baer, 26. of rural ington, he said. *  Marshalltown, posted $125 bond Asked if Nixon might not con-(on the larceny charge and was j sider his strategy in dealing (released.    with the subpoena, Ziegler said  The two were arrested Friday; the President already has deeid-j afternoon after they allegedly j e d on his strategy. Fie apparent-j tried to leave the K mart store ]y referred to Thursday's White with miscellaneous merchan- House announcement that Nixon j dise valued at $20.32.    would provide some unspecified   --additional materials for the  bound for Egypt    house inquiry during the week  NORFOLK. Va. (AP) - Ele-of May 21.  Iments of a Norfolk-based navy 1 ---  J unit that will help clear the Suez 30 YEARS AGO — Naval of-jCanal are on the way to Egypt, ficials reported that a new anti-! the Atlantic fleet command has louse powder known as DDT I announced.    had been developed by the  -—    navy’s medical branch.  30 YEARS AGO - War Mobilia j z a t i o n Director James F\  I Byrnes proposed federal unemployment benefits supplementary to state benefits for workers who lost their jobs when vvarboomed industrial activities slackened.  y SW,  ebb  *  Charles TEMPLEMAN Brown  A RAILWAY FIREMAN OF GLASGOW? SODT LANI} KILLED ANNE WITHERS ON DECEMBER IO 1946, WAS CONVICTED ON DECEMBER. 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