Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 3, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa wtvicr rouoUi MM "tit (Continued from Page 1. Howard P. Danaher Howard Danaher, 65, of 854; Harry Scanland itric files was only part of a to obstruct justice in the The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Moil., June 3, 1974 Hairy A. Scanland, 70, of Works Begins On Renovation Of -Mid-East- (Continued from Page 1.) avenue NE, a CedarjCenter'Point road NE, a Cedar Merrill said the purpose of thej work began Monday on Palestinian guerillas, for B> yeais, I Rapids resident 27 years, was lo insure Of renovating l'ie uulier ZOI1B news and opinion, said the coin- covered such issues the and idic-d Sunday following a brief LSunday following a long illness. iconviction and that it was island, reconnaissance. It gave i lie was born Dec. 13, 1903, desire that tne the Second and Third av-inusourcc tor its information, i He was born Oct. 8, 1908, mj Kansas City, Mo., and was mar- jemie bridges. The report said Syrian Pres- and was mamcdjricd to Hamilton Oct. 7.! ntivspa-. Assad refused to discuss Helen White April 2, 1933, in Kansas City. Mr. ;Cramer Brothers Palestinian guerillas with {Caledonia, Minn. Mr. was employe of! "Others Unnamed" Of Mnines. which but assured him his was a member ol Immaculate u-Kcburc Corp., and was aj Tne saitl tne schemcimitted the low bid of government would abide by the Rain will fall Monday night in the western portions of Washington, the lakes region and southern Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather Hlqh temperatures Sunday, low lenv ,-tieratures overnifjhl and inches of pre- S) 57 ,'Atlanta -Bismarck ..77 45 ,63 56 ____....... _. '.Denver ....6551 New York 67 52 .1? v .90 73 Wash'gton 66 60 1.14 C. R. Weather 'High Sunday .................78 Low overnight ...............62 lljfoon Monday ................78 ;2 p.m. Monday...............78 ..............None ;Total for June ............None formal for June............5.21 through June......16.61 -Total for 1974 ..............21.24 vBarometer, steady ........30.03 jtfumidity at noon .........57% Wind direction and velocity at p.m., S at 18 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, sun '.sets, Year Ago Today High, 79; Sow, 61; rainfall, 0.07. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Fair 75-50 Chicago ........PtCldy 88-63 .......PtCldy 84-62 "Cleveland .......PtCldy 81-62 .Bes Moincs ......PtCldy 89-68 Detroit..........Cloudy 79-57 .....PtCldy 85-65 JKansas City.....Tshwrs 91-69 ......PtCldy 78-54 'Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 80-52 .Okla. City.......PtCldy 90-65 .........PtCldy 90-63 ISt. Louis........PtCldy 89-07 'Sioux Falls.........Fair 82-56 Mississippi Stages V- (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 7.0, no change Lansing (18) 8.6, no change Dam 9 (18) 16.7, no change ii McGregor (18) 9.1, no change Guttenberg (15) 8.0, no -i Dubuque (17) 10.1, fall .2 :i Davenport (15) 9.7, fall .6 Keokuk (16) 14.0, fall .7 Cedar at C.R. (13) 5.96, fall K Coralville Lake -Pool level Monday .......708.84 Births Mercy June 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Meyer, 818 Fifteenth street -.SW, a son. June 2 To the families of 'Kenneth Rothmeyer, 522 Mc- -'Kinley street SE, a daughter; 'James Shaffer, 209 Twenty- fifth street drive SE, a son; Mockel, 1127 Twcnty- street NE, a son. 1: Births Luke's i.I June 1 To the families ol ?Tcd E. Rogers, Center Point, a George W. Smith, 836 -Center Point road NE, a daugh- ijter; Dan L. Burgus, 1043 Clif- street NE, a son; Robert B. "Wheeler, 2026 Bever avenue "SW, a son. June 2 To the families of Brian Kieiiast, Elbcron, a son; Shaffer, Winthrop, a Daughter; Stanley Wcbcr, Point, a son. Marriage Licenses Susan Shrim and George 'Karam, Pamela Hanson and Richard Boston, Patty Moncy- ;pcnny and John Hunter, Judy and Kenneth Longham, of Cedar Hapids. Valaric ISuckow, Cedar Rapids, and Hartkemcycr, Atkins. JUarvelcnc Schafcr, Hobins, and ;Hick Foreman, Cedar Rapids. .Grace Burdick, Hopkinlon, and Reed, Bristol, R. I. Norma ;Goursey, Marion, and Howard iColc, Kansas City, Kan. Robcr- Roscbcrry 'Gilclirist, both of Cr.ntpr Point, Misscrschmith, Ankcny, -and Dennis Lynch, Cedar Nancy McGregor and Davis, both o[ Marion. ;Carol Diirta, Swishcr, and -Terry Wa t k i n s o n Cedar Rebecca Hard man, Kedar Rapids, and Roland Wil- liams, Marion. Nancy Hcnekc, .Cedar Rapids, and Joseph n k s t c i n Marion. Piilricin Cedar Itnpids, and Epperson, Wich i t a, Shirley Dlnkc, Urbana, Frank Prater, Iowa City. Fires i" ii.in. Salurdiiy. Kooil slave, nt nan Firth stiwt SK. n'.m. Saturday. Flush RUN from broken KIIH lino nt Wiley b'oulrvnrd and Midway drive NW. n.m. Siiturilii.v. I liihli at scene of accident at hdgcwood bridge NW. a.m. Saturday. False alarm at 933 Fourth street NW. p.m. Saturday. Needless call at 40 Twenty-first avenue SW. p.m. Saturday. Malfunc- tion of alarm at Third street and Sixteenth avenue SE. p.m. Saturday. Short in wiring at 520 First street SW. p.m. Sunday. Unknown to Brass at Rockford road and Wilson avenue SW. p.m. Sunday. TJnder in- vestigation at 1020 Tenth street SE. p.m. Sunday. Flush gas at scene of accident at 5600 Sharon lane NW. a.m. Monday. Combusti- ble to stove at 3212 Wilson ave- nue SW, apt. 1. Magistrate's Court Speeding Clifford Shana- han, Sunrise trailer court; fined and costs. Bennie Bowers, Walker; fined and costs. Jack Summers, Olin; fined and costs. Thomas Conner, Mt. Ve r n o n Gregory Boeding, 1738 Eleventh street NW; James Kyte, Anamosa; William Husmann, Anamosa; Terry Benda, 488 Seventh street, Marion; Raymond Coleman, Coggon; William Thomas, Ana- mosa; William Anderson, West Liberty; Linda Stambaugh, Springville; Wanda Wageman, Morley; John Ferring, 628 Cot- tage Grove avenue SE; Kevin Breen, 1809 Higley avenue SE; Donald Nelson, 1417 Fifth street NW; Susan Kiley, 1627 Second avenue SE; Frederick Himes, Hiawatha; Harvey Al- dridge, route three, Cedar Hapids; Occie Gulp, 39 Four- teenth avenue SW; .Greg Wa- terhouse, 2052 North Tdwne lane NE; each fined and costs. Robert Henry, 1620 Ari- zona avenue NE; Michael Hoffa, route one, Marion: Lori Betty, Solon; Daniel Green, route two, Cedar Rapids; Mary Kasner, 2010 High drive SE; Judith Ahrens, Bettendorf; Ruth Shank, 3017 J street SW; Danny Young, Coggon; Clifford Kelley, 1915 Gretchen drive SW; each fined S20 and costs. Traffic signal violation Frank Lnenicka, 1011% Tenth street SW; fined and costs. Richard Masek, 1626 Thirteenth avenue SE; fined and costs. Larry McKee, 1421 Twenty- fifth street NW; Eleanor Rogers, 950 Twelfth street, Marion; each fined and costs. Studded tires Dennis Ham, Center Point; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Larry Pctersen, 1318 Second street SE; fined and costs. Richard Blach, 1003 F avenue NW; fined and costs. Intoxication Larry Louko- ta, Hiawatha; Robert Gustoff, Solon; each fined and costs. Henry Culbert, Waterloo; Lester Stout, 1111 Wilson ave- nue SW; Larry Jones, 903 Sixth street SE; Herbert Landers, 512 McKinlcy street SE; Connie Daugherty, 514 Mc- Kinley street SE; each fined and costs. Fishing without license Clifford Paxton, 330 Four- teenth street, Marion; fined and costs. Registration violation Christopher Gralund, 1808 .1 street SW; fined and costs. Robert Osborn, 1644 First ave- nue NE; fined and costs. Disturbing the peace Ken- neth Bacon, Hopkinton; fined and costs. Craig Trachta, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Andrew Hamilton, First avenue NE; fined and costs. Keith Hosier, 727 Fifth nvcniic SE; Roy Kolar, 3756 H avrmii- NE; Richard Marsh, 1316 Third street NW; Richard Fry, 2815 Ellis road NW, two charges; each fined and costs. Meter violation Nancy Cm-son, 52-1 Sixth street SK; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Robert Wong, 31 Summer cir- cle NE; Monte Ireland, Solon; Occio Gulp, Fourteenth nvene SW; i-nch fined ami costs. Iowa Deaths Waukon Hulda Johnson, 91. Tuesday at 2, St. John's Lu- theran church.. Martin's. Fayette Ina Johnson, 85. Bellas-Wright. West Liberty Elsie Ander- son, 83. Wednesday at Snider's. Independence Douglas Ham sel, 28. Bohnenkamp's. Manchester. F. Kessler, 78. Wednesday at Petcr- seim's, Kalona. Decorah Julia Welter, 97. Tuesday at Olson-Fjel- stul. Burial in Pleasant Grove, McGregor. Decorah Miss Hannah An- derson, 82. Tuesday at 3, Peace Lutheran church, Ridge- way. Burial in Lincoln ceme- tery. Olson-Fjelstul. Dyersville Mary C. Lake, 82. Tuesday at St. Fran- cis Xavier basilica. Burial in Holy Trinity cemetery, Luxem- burg. Wake service Monday al 8, Kramer's. New Vienna Clotilda "Til- lie" Klas, 61. Tuesday at St. Boniface Catholic church Wake service Monday at 8, Kramer's, Dyersville. Richmond Teresa Lintz, 79. Wednesday at 10, Holy Trinity Catholic church. Prayer service Tuesday at 8, Peter- seim's, Kalona. Wyoming Francis "Ted1 McCullough, 68. Wednesday at Center Junction Presby- terian church. Friends may call after 1 Tuesday at Hayden's. Waukon Edwin Johnson, 76. Martin's. Manchester William .F. Sullivan, 44. Tuesday at 10, St. Mary's.Catholic church. Rosary Monday at 8, Bohnenkamp's. Central City Louise B. Sigmund, 88. Tuesday at Murdoch's. The casket will nol be opened after the service. Clarence Lee Freeman, 80. Chapman's. Tioral from our artists PIERSON'S IHM EI.I.IS NW .'onception Catholic church and was a memhcr of I'lumber and I'ipe Killers local 125. Surviving in addition to his wife arc a daughter, Mrs. Car- E. Welsh, Swishcr; a son, James K., Cedar Hapids; five grandchildren and two great- grandchildren; two brothers, Claude and Robert, both of Ca- ledonia; and a sister, Mrs. I-eo MeCormick, Caledonia. Services: Immaculate Con- ception Catholic church at a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Wil- liam Leonard. Burial: Mt. Cal- vary. Thc Rosary will be con- ducted at Turner chapel west at p.m. Monday by Father -.eonard. Friends may call at .he Turner chapel west. Martin Thenhaus Martin "Kenny" Thenhaus, 69, of 1414 E avenue NE, a resi- dent of Cedar Rapids most of his life, died Saturday following a brief illness. He was born Dec. 22, 1904, in Quincy, 111. He was a retired employe of Universal Foundry. Mr: Thenhaus had played semi- pro baseball and had been ac- tive in the M J League. Surviving are a son, Martin, jr., Marion; a daughter, Sandra Lou Munson, Mesa, Ariz., a stepdaughter, Jacqueline Ann Siracusa of Uruguay, South America; five brothers, Harold, Denver, Bruce, New Brunswick, N. J., Jack, Louis and Carol, all of Cedar Rapids; two sisters, Valada Clymer and Adelaide Willis, both of Cedar Rapids; and five grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel east at p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Alvon Nelson. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the Turner chapel east until 1 p.m. Wednesday. The casket' will not be opened after the service. (Continued from Page 1.) money from loan institutions that legally may charge up to 36 percent, twice the max- imum permitted under this bill for consumer credit." The measure also sets a max- imum interest rate ceiling of 15 percent for closed-end accounts, such as the one-time purchase of a major appliance, and ii allows banks and credit unions 'o increase consumer loan inter- est rate from the current 12 per- cent ceiling to 15 percent. Ray said that the strongest critics of the bill are people who talk about consumers and the needs to protect them. He said :hose critics choose to ignore the many beneficial consumer protection provisions in the bill. Protection Provisions The governor said the bill contains more than. 30 consumer protection provisions, including: -Abolishing the "Rule of which allows a hidden prepay- ment penalty on loans. -Prohibiting "nipping" by small loan companies which convert or consolidate loam made at one rate into loans at a higher interest rate. Preventing discrimination oy sex, age, religion or race in [ranting credit. consumers la cancel long-term contracts such as correspondence courses, icalth club memberships and dance lessons. strong debt col lection practices lo prevent the consumer from being unduly larasscd. and preventing de- ceptive debt collection methods. a lender from taking a security inlcrest household goods such as ordi- nary home furnishing, clolhing ind beds. criminal penalties 'or violation of the act, and per- mitling Hie consumer In recover ages mid legal costs. member of Immaculate Concep- tion Catholic church and the was carried out by Colson and "others and Merrill al the brief court proceeding Surviving in addition to his specifically mentioned that Cedar Hapids Howling Assn. it- Benjamin McGlashing Benjamin J. McGlashing, 58, 633 Ihirty-sixth street SE, died late Sunday after a short illness. He was born, in Cedar Rapids Oct. 22, 1915, and was a lifelong resident. He was a salesman for Deeco Inc.; a veteran of World war I) and a member of Veterans o) Foreign Wars post 788. Surviving are his wife, the former Irma Kucera, to whom he was married May 19, 1937, in Cedar Rapids; a daughter, Mrs. Leslie Core, Marion; and two sons, Dennis and Gary, both ol Cedar Rapids; and five grand- y children. Services: Wednesday a.m. in Kuba funeral home east by the Rev. William B. Harnish; Burial: Dunkard cemetery. Mil- itary graveside services will be conducted by the Veterans o) Foreign Wars post 788. Friend: may call at the Kuba funeral home east after 2 p.m. Tuesday, Friends may, if they wish, con- tribute to the Camp Good Health fund. Mrs. Fred L. Sheeley Lottie E. Sheeley, 96, widow of Fred L. Sheeley, who resided with her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. George Lipp, 1830 D avenue NE, died Sunday following a short illness. Born Winthrop, Oct. she 27, had 1877, lived in in Cedar Rapids for the last 35 years. Surviving, in addition to Mrs. Lipp, is another daughter, Mrs. Howard Woodson, Cedar Rap- ids; a son, Leland M. Sheeley, Fayette; eight grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Services; p.m. Tuesday at the Stewart funeral home by the Rev. George B. McDill of H u s Memorial Presbyterian church. Burial: Fairvicw ceme- tery, Winthrop. Friends may call at the funeral home Mon- day until 9 p.m. The casket will be closed at p.m. Tuesday and not opened after the ser- vice. 10 VKAltS AfiO Barry Goldwatcr scored a dramatic upset in the California primary and took a giant step toward winning HIP Republican presi- dential nomination. when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED U HOURS EVERY DAY. wife are a daughter, involved were also at the Novak, Cedar Rapids; and House. guilty plea would ap- Services: Immaculate lo lessen the possibility ception Catholic church at other defendants in the a.m. Wednesday by the breakin case could use William Leonard. Burial: security as a defense. Calvary. A prayer service will )e conducted in Turner chapel east at 7 p.m. Tuesday by Fa-her are former White House aide John Ehrlichman and three men convicted in the first Wa- trial, G. Gordon Liddy, Dr. George D. Barker and Eugenio Martinez. Dr. George D. Reid, 72, Letter iracticing dentist in lapids for 22 years, died in the record was a day in Hot Springs, Ark., written by Jaworski to ing a lingering lawyer, David Shapiro, Dr. Reid practiced dentistry in Mt. Vernon before moving the prosecutors would accept his guilty plea to a single Cedar Rapids in 1930, where of justice charge. wactieed until 1952. He said this would dis- moved to Hot of all charges now pending Survivors include his wife, Colson but "will not bar former Charlene Thomson; for any false or mis- jrothers, Stanley, Cedar testimony given and James, Jacksonville, and two sisters, Emer Slater said Colson had Lisbon and Mrs. Ralph to testify under oath im- Santa Rosa, and to produce "all Services: p.m. documents in his pos- at the Gross mortuary, at the request of the He said Colson also be required to testify Memorial a government witness at Hepker, Leland O. trials. vices were held at once one of Nixon's chapel west at p.m. Monday by the Hev. Paul Traeumer. Burial: advisers, almost certainly will be questioned and Spencer, Bertha be called to testify aboul John's Episcopal church that he had discus- a.m. Tuesday by the Very Rev. Canon D.A. Loferski. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends with the President about clemency for the Watergate call at Turner east until 9 defendants; that he was Monday and at the church in a million pledge 9 a.m. to a.m. milk co-operatives for Nix- Court re-election; and that he was involved in the aftermath o: (Continued from Page Telephone a n c Telegraph's favorable anti trus rule on whether the and ITT's promise judgment invalidating the up to for the 1972 was correct, but said the national convention. court acted properly on said he would make dural grounds in declining recommendation on sentenc- issue an injunction but would bring to attention state officials from probation authorities and the the "information concerning The supreme court said Colson relating to those lower court declined to issue in which. Mr. Colson is injunction "because it was charged." ticipated that the state Effect" respect the declaratory a statement to the court Agreed to decide whether high schools can forbid said Gesell s statement al a pre-trial hearing several days ago that this must be a govern of student newspapers of laws and not of men vulgar language but not violating obscenity a profound effect on me." Colson said that concerning Let stand the drunk effort to neutralize Ellsberg conviction of a New York an anti-war spokesman, "I who claimed his not matter to me that he rights were violated by the facing criminal charges." ing of blood samples when am now acutely aware o was I was unaware o Narrowed the rights of I now know what it is ployes to keep their jobs when to be a criminal defend company's ownership Colson said, adding that i something he felt "to the Ruled that Corning depths of my soul anc Works violated federal law discriminated against am prepared to take what- employes by perpetuating a consequences" may follow system giving men night differential for work performed said. Sentencing June 21 women during the day. Upheld the conviction of five former West Virginia officials who were found guilty of set sentencing for June 21. He sent Colson directly to the probation officer and tok him he could remain free on his fraud under ah 1870 civil recognizance. Colson became a Christiar Declined to review a lower court order blocking disposal year during the Watergate unraveling. He said his convcr the assets of a company controlled by fugitive financiei Robert was not the result of Water gate but rather dissatisfaction with his own ambition and ego. Agreed to decide the months since then. Col- deadlines for lawsuits steadfastly has denied racial job discrimination wrongdoing in the be held up pending House. But he said tha ation of the case by the occasion he had gone to per employment opportunity he felt he had wronged ii mission. Oral arguments will to set things right. heard next fall in the test from No Help? Falls from Anonymous OELWEIN-Norbcrt 54, suffered a fractured Gornblers Anonymous Sunday in a fall from a Box mi, C R. at his home. Murphy had 31J.3W.1SJ! painting his house. He was transferred from Ochvcin Anonymous Wrlle i, C.K. tal lo Mercy, Cedar Recovery, Inc. Want ads will seek out Wanda ftoute< 1, MI, Vernon of items you want. Dial K. LAPKS Convenient Downtown Location Horn) for 308 3rd Avo. SE 365-0511 in December. Part of the cost is to be paid from urban renewal funds. cease-fire agreement, and "this was interpreted as an assurance that there will be no guerilla ac- The company will reconstruct I tivity from the Syrian side of parts of the west wall, truce lino with Syria's ad- replace the southerly section of ivance knowledge." the east wall. The work is nec-i The Arab World said Israel cssary because the walls arc un-; agreed that the buffer zone be- clercut and deteriorating. j tween the two armies, though Work began Monday on relo-; U.N. military control, will eating a sanitary sewer and j revert completely to Syrian sov- water main. The project is ex-Wignty. peeled to take about six months, j Thc also say tne U. S. I will undertake aerial and satel- lite reconnaissance of the cease- fire lines to ascertain that both governments reduce their forces along the front in accordance with the agreement, the report said. It said that at Syria's request, the Soviet Union can undertake similar reconnais- Telephone installers Off Jobs over Dispute About 20 installers of residen- tial telephones in Cedar Rapids went on strike Monday morning in a dispute over administration of overtime within their depart- ment. Both company and union of- 'icials called the walkout un- authorized. Northwestern Bell Manager Jerry Staub said he expected the installation crews :o be back on the job Tuesday morning. Staub said the dispute has nothing to do with the main con- tract negotiations with the Com- munication Workers of America now under way in Omaha. The present contract expires July 17. Marengo Area Crash, Driver in Hospital MARENGO Robert H. Fen- nema, 36, of route one, Lawton, was in fair condition at the Marengo hospital Monday with injuries suffered when his semi rig loaded with hogs overturned south of here Sunday night. State troopers reported Fen- nema, driving north on the county paved road a quarter mile north of the interstate interchange, was turning into a service station and went off the edge of the road. The truck received an es- timated damages. Nixon Pushes for Cut in Spending WASHINGTON (AP) r- Pres- ident Nixon told aides Friday that he wants cuts in federa spending, "however unpleasanl they may as part of the ef- fort to control inflation. After the meeting, Dean Burch, presidential counselor, said no specific figures were given but hinted that a reduc- tion in the federal payroll was one of the steps that may be at- tempted. Poweshiek County Man Hurt in Mishap BELLE PLAINS a Pow- eshiek county man was in fair condition at University hospitals in Iowa City Monday with inju- ries suffered when his car struck a bridge on highway 21 about three miles south of here just after midnight. Vincent Paul Kriegel, 19, ap- parently fell asleep at the wheel, state troopers reported. listed his address as rural Deep River, while the hospital listed it as Brooklyn. The accident remained under investigation. sance if it wishes. Meanwhile, a contingent of planning experts and security specialists left W a s h i n g ton Monday to lay the groundwork for President Nixon's trips to the Middle East and Moscow. The White House has re- mained close-mouthed about the President's itinerary to the Middle East, but expected stop- ping points to include Cairo, Is- rael, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and possibly Iran and Syria. Continue Oil By United Press International The Arab world has decided to keep oil flowing to the United States, but refused to ease an embargo on petroleum ship- ments to the Netherlands. Arab petroleum countries meeting Sunday in Cairo also voted to provide financial aid to non-oil Arab nations hit hard by rising fuel prices. In Vienna, the world's lead- ing petroleum exporting na- Arab and non- they would not propose a rise in the price of crude oil, but would recom- mend an increase in the taxes paid by Western oil compan- ies. "In the it will be up to the oil companies to decide whether they are prepared to accept cuts in their exorbitant profits or to increase consumer a source said. The proposals will be submit- ted to a meeting of OPEC oil ministers June 15 in Quito, Ecuador. A statement issued after the Cairo session of nine Arab states said they "did not find it necessary to take any new decisions." This meant that oil shipments to the U.S., resumed in March after being cut off during the 1973 Middle East war, would be. maintained. Saudi Arabia overrode a move by Algeria to end the seven- month-old oil embargo against the Netherlands, imposed be- cause of its alleged 'favoritism to Israel. (Continued from Page 1.) house judiciary committee's j injuries, possession. He would not say what it was whom it was directed Italian Arson ROME (UPI) A fire be- lieved to be arson damaged a suburban office of the neo-Fas- cist Italian Social Movement (MSI) early Monday. The office was cmply and there were no DRIVE SAFELY or against, but, Waldie said, "No matter how insensitive the listener might be, you could nol interpret that language oilier j than an ethnic slur." j Rep. Hogan a Nixon supporter on the committee, called Waldic's charge a "redj although he said he had not heard the tape in ques- j lion. Senator Ervin, chairman of the senate Watergate commit- tee, said Sunday his committee will probably call for new laws restricting the use of cash in political campaigns. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance.........366-7654 Fire...............398-5343 Highway Palrol 364-5171 After Hours......363-5629 Police............. 398-5353 Sheriff.............398-3521 Medical Society ....365-2527 (If you tiava IJQ physician] Foundation II .......362-2174 (Criiii help, 1 p.m.-midnight) (Clip ond carry in your billfold) Serving all faiths since 1888. John Son Tumor's East, 800 Socond AVG. SE Turner's West, 1221 Firs! Ave. West ;