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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa HA’IOnai W»aTHI* MIVICI f OMC Ait t* 7 Am lit k It. - M 3Q.00 / 29J39    .    30.00 ’J Tama Indian Tribal Council The Cedar Rapids Gazette: FrL, June ll, 1974 VK Wt Al HH I OI OC AST .W.IWWMfcvV».-. ,-.W> AV..., ...V,. . Rain is expected Friday night from the mid plains, upper Mississippi valley, the vicinity of the Lakes as well as parts of the Gulf coastal area. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather Extended Forecast — No rain is indicated for Sunday and Monday. A chance of rain Tuesday. Highs, 70s and low 80s on Sunday to upper 80s Tuesday. Lows, 50s to 60s. High temperatures Thursday, low temperatures overnice and inches of precipitation: Anchorage 43 52 L. Angeles 7f 62 Atlanta . 7* 41 23 Miami ... 85 7* Bismarck 83 50 .OI Min'aooiis 78 57 Chicago . 72 40 N. Orleans 84 47 Denver .. I* 53 .02 New York 77 5* Duluth .. 72 51 Phoenix . Ill 75 Honolulu MMM Seattle .. 85 75 Houston . 88 73 Washington 82 45 M-Missinq C. R. Weather High Thursday .............. 80 Low overnight ...............62 Noon Friday ........ 81 2 p.m. Friday .............. 83 Precipitation ..............None Total for June ..............2.91 Normal for June............5.21 Normal through June 16.61 Total for 1974 ..............24.17 Barometer, rising .........29.88 Humidity at noon .........54% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. S at 7 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 5:30; sun sets, 8:44. Year Ago Today — High, 88; low, 22; rainfall, trace. Traveler’s Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .....  Fair    74-48 Chicago..........Shwrs    75-54 Cincinnati  Tshwrs    83-58 Cleveland  Tshwrs    78-58 Des Moines ........Fair    76-55 Detroit .. •.......Tshwrs    75-52 Indianapolis.....Tshwrs    79-59 Kansas City  PtCldy    76-50 Milwaukee  PtCldy    69-50 Mpls.-St. Paul . . PtCldy    76-51 Okla. City..........Fair    92-57 Omaha..........PtCldy    82-57 St. Louis   Clrng    80-52 Sioux Falls........ Fair    76-51 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 9.5, rise .5 Lansing (18) 10.4, rise .7 Dam 9 (18) 19.3, rise .4 McGregor (18) 11.5, rise .4 Guttenberg (15) 10.3, rise .3 Dubuque (17) 12.4, rise .1 Davenport (15) 11.8, fall .2 Keokuk (16) 13.6, rise .4 Cedar at C.R. (13)    12.25, rise .70 Coralville Lake Pool level Friday ----706.56 Marriage Licenses Sarah Lowe and James Schroeder, Carol Harvey and Claude Canady, Robyn Long and Kenneth Moon,    Ellen Peters and Jay Ilten,    Mary Davis and Gregory Martin, all of Cedar Rapids. Joy Miller, Fayette, and Stephen    Wor cester, Cedar Rapids. Barbara Brandt, Marion, and Duane Funk. Cedar Rapids. Barbara Fischer, Manchester, and Robert Quint, Marion. Neva Andrews, Center Point, and Melvin Abernathy, Marion. Births — Mercy June 13 — To the families of Michael Lynch. 2037 Washington avenue SE, a son; Jamrs Ro Wray. 5305 Sixth street SW, a son; Larry Shelton, Martelle. a daughter; Paul Butine. 179 Carter street NW, a daughter. Births — St. Luke's June 13 — To the families of Terrance Hutchison. 1735 I) street SW, a daughter; Richard Hill, 3849 Vine avenue SE. a daughter; Dannie Page, 2060 Glass road NE, a son; Bruce Mulford, route two, Marion, a daughter; Richard Anderson, 1340 Parkview drive NE, a son. Marriage Dissolved Flooding Not Serious; River Level Dropping No serious flooding or property damage was reported as the Cedar river crested Thursday night, and the water level was reported dropping Friday morning. The river crested during the night at 12.62 feet, and was at 12.35 feet at about 8:30 a.m. Friday. Flood stage is 13 feet. Public Works Director Wayne Murdock said only three streets were barricaded because of flooding or potential flooding, and the problems on those streets were expected. “We had two of them under, and the water lapping at the edge of the other one,” he said. Barricades were placed on Ellis boulevard NW near Eighteenth street, on Otis road SE near the Cargill, Inc., plant and on A street SW near the entrance to the sanitary landfill. Murdock said parts of A street SW were still under water Friday and access to the waste water treatment plant was gained through the landfill road. He said A street is expected to be clear by Saturday morning. “There was no property dam- — Vertus Soenksen, 3016 j age that I’ve heard of,” he said. Kenndge terrace NE; fined}___ $30 and costs.    r •    • Enter through street - Rob- Africans Eyeinq ort Redmond, 617 Tenth avenue    •    ^ se; fined $30 and costs. Portuguese Ties MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Independent African countries said Friday that they are ready to establish diplomatic relations with Portugal as soon as Lisbon makes clear that Portuguese territories in Africa will be granted independence. | _    ,    .. ,    - CHe $900,000 in Debts for Files Federal Court Vote Suit Knowhnd Before Su!cide By Dale Kuetcr Members of the Sac and Fox tribal council in Tama county filed suit in Cedar Rapids federal court Friday claiming members of the Mesquakie settlement had no polling place in the June 4 piimary election. They requested the court to order Tama county officials to conduct a primary election at the settlement. The complaint asks the court to issue an injunction prohibiting certification of election returns from Tama county until the plaintiffs are given the opportunity to vote. The petition charges that Tama Supervisor Leroy Wiese and Tama Auditor Alvin Ohrt met with the tribal council to discuss establishing a polling place on the Indian settlement west of Tama, No Action j Mesquakie settlement on primary election day. Nor was there any notice posted at the school house directing voters to an alternate polling place, nor was there an alternate polling place on the Indian settlement, the complaint continues, No Votes As a result, the petition said, when the official canvassing was completed by the supervisors, no votes were listed from the precinct polling place denominated “Indian settlement.” Don Wanatee, secretary of the tribal council, said he had not discussed filing of the suit with Nicholas Johnson, who lost the Third district congressional Democratic nomination by 62 votes to Steven Rapp. Wanatee said Johnson did election is ordered and Johnson were to receive strong support. The suit was filed on behalf of all eligible voters at the settlement. It states that to the knowledge of plaintiffs, no eligible voter at the settlement voted at any other polling place in Tama county. In addition to the injunction, the complaint asks that the plaintiffs be awarded $250,000 in compensatory and exemplary damages “for the deprivation of this fundamental constitutional right to vote.” In past years, eligible voters at the settlement cast ballots at polling places in Montour, Tama and Toledo. Poll Ordered OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -William Knowland, Oakland Tribune publisher and former U.S. senator from California, owed banks more than $900,000 when he committed suicide in February, Alameda county superior court documents show. Most of the money since has been repaid, the documents showed. Knowland, a prominent Republican who ran unsuccessfully for California governor, shot himself to death at his Northern California vacation home Feb. 23, police said. Among the court documents, filed as part of probate proceedings, was an evaluation by the finances Thursday. The Times story was confirmed later by court officials. Paul Manolis, Knowland’s close friend and executor of the estate, said the estate was insolvent. “The creditors’ claims filed to date show, to some extent, the manner in which Ann Dickson Knowland (Knowland’s second wife) contributed to the iasol-vency,” Manolis said in a statement filed with the court May 28. Among the claims filed against the estate was one by Irene Sargent, an exclusive Oakland dress shop, for $4,687.89. Manolis told the Times that campaign at the Indian settle No formal action was taken, Iment. however. On May 31, the complaint continues, “Official legal notice of Wanatee estimated there are None Voted Magistrate's Court Speeding — David Eichacker, 168 West Post road NE; fined $45 and costs. William Barnes, jr., 65 Twenty-first avenue SW; fined $40 and costs. Edward Topinka, Toddville; William Polton, 1428 Eighth street NW; each fined $35 and costs. Kevin Sackett, 1110 Sixth street NW; Rudy Reed, 900 Eighteenth street NW; Helene Stuetz, 1332 Ninth street NW; Blade Roy, 140 Edgewood road NW; Byran Oglesby, 501 Sixth avenue SE; Daniel Borst, 960 Fourth street, Marion; Ronald Smith, Plainfield; Marlyn Lehmkuhl, 1141 N avenue NW; Gary Wiggins, Center Point; Gene Kelley, West Branch; Jeffery Long, route three, Cedar Rapids; each fined $30 and costs. Richard Yarnes, 940 Linnview drive, Marion; James Marina, Grinnell; each fined $20 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Dortha Marshall, Iowa City; fined $25 and costs. Frederick Korsmo, 212 Twelfth street NW; Frank Rigley, route one Cedar Rapids; Patricia Stern, 909 C avenue NW; Helen Dre-house, 800 Fifth avenue SW; Gysbert Blommers, 755 Fifth avenue, Marion; David Pitlik, Mt. Vernon; each fined $15 and costs. Driving on wrong side — John Riley, HOO Thirty-first street NE; fined $25 and costs. Kevin Becker, Atkins; fined $15 and costs. Daniel Borst, 960 Fourth street, Marion; fined $10 and costs. Striking unattended vehicle about 300 eligible voters at the Indian settlement: enough to change the outcome of the Third district Democratic runoff if an primary elections was published in the Traer Star-Clipper, listing as an official voting precinct in Tama county ‘Indian settlement in Tama, Toledo and Indian I - Village townships, Indian school JTA    •    •    Ct    k J • I house    Reservation system: Mail The complaint says, however, that no polling place existed at the Indian school house on the mt. ,Ann t si. ..    .    J,    accounting firm of O’Keefe and Tile 1973 legis ature directed Dianne estimating that Know-.,, . ..    financial mnditinn that a special polling location be ]. ind ^ pslatp 0n March 15 had Knowland s f, nancial condition established at the Mesauakie , r „oo no i I , had nothing to do with the Tri- settlement    i'^Nu 3     bunr    He    said    “ nd    owncd Last week, Supervisor Wiese The lA , Ange)es Tjmes rc . _ a ™ nd u,Xifr,m hv'^ said the Mesquakie tribal coun- r)0r t 0f i the storv of Knowland’s 1 pp ^ which is run by a cil “didn’t    want one because     f d *    L     Know i and _ s |family-(-ontrolIcd    corporation they didn’t    have any place to     r    .    ... put it.”    Son    Dies    in Viet, He said election officials I/* C    A wanted to put the voting equip- Kin v>U6S Army ment in the schoolhouse at the CHICAGO (AP) settlement,    but tribal leaders An attorney for the second Mrs. Knowland said he didn’t believe the estate was insolvent, saying he thought it was an at- ... tempt to deprive his client of oui    I* IDU ieaueia     narpn t s 0 f     a son    kj|] pd in Vi«t-i w * iat sh( ' conslders a fa ‘ r living said it    was being    used that day.     nam have    sued    four army re . allowance. cruiters, alleging they promised that the youth would not be sent! U1U ,jas Vegas divorcee, former ToC. R.; Dallas Computer DEATHS Harold M. Graha m Harold Marvin Graham, 58, of 423 G avenue NW, died Thursday at the Veterans hospital in Iowa City following a long illness. Born March 8,    1916, at Agency, he was a veteran of World war II. Surviving are a daughter, Sheryl Graham, Cedar Rapids; two sons, Sgt. James M., with the marines in Virginia and John, Cedar Rapids, and one grandchild. Services: Noon Monday in Turner chapel west by the Rev. Neville Clayton of Cedar Christian church. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until 11:30 Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Driver’s license violation — Craig Gardner, 728 Ninth avenue SW, two charges; David Gee, route three, Cedar Rapids; each fined $20 and costs. Dean Ortberg, 2370 Blakely boulevard SE, two charges; fined $15 and costs on each charge. Dortha Marshall, Iowa City; Daniel Borst, 960 Fourth street, Marion; Dean Ortberg, 2370 Blakely boulevard SE; Gene Kelley. West Branch; each fined $10 and costs. Vehicle control violation — David Water, 148 Harbet avenue NW; fined $30 and costs. Craig Gardner, 610 Second street SW; fined $15 and costs. Registration violation — Susan Palumbo, 2607 Fruitland boulevard SW: fined $15 and costs. I n t o x I c a lion — Patricia Kerby, 2918 Danwood avenue SE; fined $30 and costs. Reckless driving — Lon nee Ackerman, Amana; fined $50 and costs. Pipe Leveling Laser Taken from Work Site A laser beam generator was stolen from a Dave Schmitt Construction Co. site south of Cedar Rapids this week. Thieves broke a lock on a trailer parked at the site and removed the laser beam which is valued at between $6,000 and $7,000. The laser is used to level construction pipes, and can only be used in construction work, No boat lights — Jim Sauer. i said company officials. Central City; fined $10 and costs. Faulty equipment Dan Sweeney, 2140 Memorial drive SE; fined $15 and costs. Joseph Moses, Ely; fined $10 and costs. Two sump pumps were stolen using the same method of entry from the same company last week. The theft occurred at a different construction site. Margaret A. Dolezal Margaret Ann “Bing” Dolezal, 83, Allison hotel, a resident of Cedar Rapids most of her life, died Friday following a brief illness. She was born Nov. 26, 1890. in Indiana, and was a retired saleswoman at the Killian Co. There are no immediate survivors. Services: Turner chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Earl Huebner of Calvin Presbyterian church. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at the Turner chapel east until IO a.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. By Judy Daubenmier Cedar Rapids was chosen as the base for an advance reservation system for campsites in national parks because of its Persons making campsite reservations will be charged $2 for the service, and will pay the standard campsite fee which ranges from $1 to $4 per night, depending upon the campground involved Mrs. Knowland was a 38-year-old into combat    actress and model when she Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bibbs    Knowland in May, 1972. said after the assurance they aft ? r 1 “„" a5 dl ™ r f d trom his gave written permission for w    years, Helen. their minor son, Wayne, to join; the service. Wayne, 17, wound up in Viet-1 nam as a helicopter gunner in; 1972 and was killed in action three months later, they said. The parents filed two suits Requirement for FM Radio Bands Voted by Senate central location. James Rossie, vice-president ,nvolvcd    I     lnc ,? ar ! m « 5 , ’T 5U " S WASHINGTON (AP) - The of Park Reservation System,    *    *    *    amountingtoS3million    senate passed a bill, 44 to 42 told The Gazette the central The 21 parks areas for which ™ m,lllon su,t was 'ted Thursday, to authorize the Fed-location was needed for mail reservations will be accepted vveancsaa y ,n circuit court a .a fira i Communications Commis- include Acadia National Park, 15 almed at the accused ~ service. Compass Computer Service, Dallas, Texas, will handle the computer work for the reservation system. Published reports had said Collins Radio Co.’s computers were to handle the work, but company officials Friday told The Gazette that was untrue. Rossie is an employe of Collins Radio and he said that may have caused the association. * * * Rossie said 55,000 inquiries about the service have been received since the service was announced Wednesday. Reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday for any date after June 30. Reservation order forms and information about the system can be obtained by writing Park Reservation System, P.O. Box 1976, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. or any of the 21 parks. The same material may be obtained by telephoning Park Reservation on a toll-free Maine; Assateague Island National Seashore, Md.; Blue Ridge Parkways, N.C. and Va.; Cape Hatteras National Seashore, N.C.; Catoctin Mountain Park, Md.; Crater Lake National Park, Ore.; Everglades National Park, Fla.; Glacier National Park, Mont. Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz.; Grand Teton National Park, Wyo.; Great Smoky Mountain National Park, N.C.-Tenn.; Greenbelt Park, Md.; Gulf Islands National Seashore, Fla.; Mammoth Cave National Park, Ky.; Platt National Park is aimed cruiters Arbogast, H. S. Hinds and Thomas Lanthrip. Manuel Robbins, the parents’ lawyer, said that, in violation of assurances from the recruiters, “the boy was sent to Vietnam in March, 1972, and was dead less than three months later. He was put in almost a suicidal position, a gunner in combat.” Robbins said that last week he filed another suit in the U. S. court of claims in Washington asking $2 million for a breach o contract. “Our position is that the army made a contract with his and Arbuckle National Recreation, .    . Arca, Okla; Prince William iP aren j s t and r f' urn lhp y Forest Park Va     hlm    up    for    three    years , on the expressed representation Rocky Mountain Nationa (hat „ e wou|d n0| b( , senl a Park, Colo ; Sequoia iNational I combatzon ., [tobbinssaid Park, Calif.; Shenandoah Na-    _ tional Park, Va.; Yellowstone ,, c    , National Park, Wyo., and Yose- Rubber-Stamp Alin Is mite National Park, Calif.    Disavowed by Meany ..Some of the listed parks will WASHINGTON (AP) — AFL- Memorial Services Estes, Lucille A. — Saturday at 10:30 at St. Patrick’s Catholic church by the Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Wake service Friday at 7:30 at Turner east. Luckey, Vera Messer — Saturday at 1:30 at First Lutheran church by the Rev. George W. Carlson. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 Friday and at the church Saturday from IO a.m. to 1:25 p.m. The casket will not be opened after the service. continue to offer a few    camp- CIO President George Meany sites on a non-reservation    basis sa id Friday    that election of “a number 800-553-8425.    or    on a toll- In a few of the parks, all    camp- veto-proof”    congress this year charge number, 319-365-4348.    sites will be reserved.    would bring    needed social legis- ---- | lation neglected by the adminis- All    IU*    *    Aration. /ATTOrneyS tor rinancier    Meany emphasized that this ,    does    not mean the AFL-CIO will Appeal Contempf Term SAN DIEGO (AP) - Attor- t $20 million through the Dag- A vcto P r °o f congress simply means majority rule — just like Firms Seek Lower Carla G. 'and Stanley Alan I Graveside in Cedar Memorial Potter, and Anna Jean and I cemetery, Cedar Rapids, at Gerald Loren Lenz. Iowa Deaths Oelwein — Ruth Wolfe, 61 Monday at 1:30 at the Methodist church. Brant's. Waukon — Mary Trewin, 89 Saturday at 2 p.m. at Emerson Milnes. Decorah — Anna Moe, 91. Saturday at ll a.m. at First Lutheran church. Olson-Fjel-stuhl. Edgewood — Bert Elledge, 78. Sunday at 1:30 at the Congregational church. Appleton's. Waukon - Jessie Neshelmjthe assessed value of its proper-81, Saturday at 1:30 at the ty and improvements be low-Presbyterian church. Martin Brothers. Waukon Herman King, 81. Saturday at 3 p.m. at Martin’s. Alburnett — Hawley infant Negotiator Quits; ‘Traumatic Events' neys for C. Arnholt Smith are appealing to a state court in an effort to keep the once-powerful financier from being jailed for contempt of court. Smith, 75, a long-time friend and financial backer of President Nixon, was sentenced to jail for an indefinite term Thursday after refusing to answer questions in the trial of a man charged with attempted extortion. Judge Paul Eugene Overton gave Smith until next Tuesday to answer the questions, obtain a stay from a higher WASHINGTON (AP) - Pauli lain a Property Valuations Nitze quit as a member of the court, or go to jail until he U.S. nuclear arms limitation ne- agrees to answer, gotiating team Friday, saying! Attorneys Robert Hinerfeld “traumatic events now ing in our nation’s capital make a successful new SALT late Thursday with the Fourth agreement unlikely.    state district court of appeals, getts. Smith invoked the Fifth Amendment against self- mocrac >'» incrimination when asked by Robert Daggett's attorney about any conversations he had with a Los Angeles attorney allegedly approached by the Daggetts. it    ii    *    vision    to require that all radios Kenneth Hull, jselling for more than $15 be equipped to receive both FM and AM broadcasts. Iowa Democrats Dick Clark and Harold Hughes both voted for the measure. Critics said the measure denies consumers freedom of choice and will cost them scores of millions of dollars in added costs. The bill’s backers, led by Sen. Moss (D-Utah), said it increases a listener's options to hear a wide variety of broadcasting and will cost only about $7 to add FM to most radios. “This measure will promote diversity and creativity in sroadcasting,” Moss said, noting that nearly IO percent of Tome radios and 72 percent of car radios sold in 1973 could not receive FM or frequency modu-ation broadcasting. “The real motive is not to provide a broader spectrum for the consumer but to provide a broader market for the very selected few who are in the FM broadcast business,” said Sen. McClure (R-Idaho). This is one of the most blatant intrusions of big brother government into private decisions that I have ever seen,” said Senator James L. Buckley (C.-R.-N.Y.). The measure now goes to the house. the civic textbooks define de-he said in a speech prepared for the National Coun- r ,    _    . cil of Senior Citizens convention. iSub CommflnQGr He apparently was responding! ,    _ j —.    , to criticism from some Republi- IS hound OUllty .......... . cans and right-tcMvork groups! ROSYTH. Scotland (AP) - A Attorneys for Smith contend, alm 01 gtanized labor is CO urt-martial Friday reprice questions cover some of the Paring }_ in . p,e _ C( ' _ 0 / d< ' < 1 l 1 . m ° nt j nianded the captain of the sub- areas in the federal grand jury and n i a npower into the cam-criminal investigation.    ;    paigiis °f ^ friendly candidates The grand jury is investigate^™ 11 WI Pe out a nti-labor leg-ing Smith’s dealings as head of ls,atlon -the Westgate conglomerate, now in bankruptcy proceedings, and County Health Unit the now-defunct U. S. National A$ks Ban Qn Dumping Oakland Court Co. and Oakland Gardens Co. filed petitions Friday in Linn district court asking for lower property valuations than granted by the board of review. Oakland Court Co., 1500 Oakland road NE, petitioned that ered from $201,170 to $117,415. Oakland Gardens Co., 1300 Oakland road NE, asked for a bank. Smith also faces a $23 million I federal income tax lien. The Linn county health de partment asked for a court injunction against dumping of debris on the property of marine Renown, Cmdr. Robin Whiteside, after finding him guilty of endangering his ship. The Renown, one of Britain’s four submarines armed with Polaris nuclear missiles, ran aground in the Firth of Clyde in April last year. It was carrying no nuclear warheads at the time. mini 1‘i'vs iwucri m.rc.iv ,u, c ,.    -    .    ....... ,. K .., Want ads help you find, buy unfold-and    David    Elson    of    Los    Angeles} mending rOreign    Lawrence and Leone Randall.     of scll murkly and economi- apital”:said    they    filed    a    lengthy    brief! n . £ n .    ,    1761 Twenty-ninth street SE, in a    ,, Dial 398-8234 -.......-    wilt    Kem    I    riders    petition filed in linn district WASHINGTON (AP) - Let- court Frida >’ ters are being sent to all gov- ^ P pt,tion alIe 8 es that dem e r n m e n t officials reminding °htion debris, waste material them they must surrender gifts ar,d dead * rees are no ^ ^^8, worth more than $50 received     mixpd in P ro P pr proportions to from foreign governments.    AW dirt, resulting in a health Distribution of the letters was    hazard, announced Thursday by John King, state department press officer, who noted that the gifts must be turned over to the department office of protocol. “Arms control policy is integral to the national security and asking a stay of the jail sentence and a prohibition of fur- Sh«'» Spitiall Ut h*r Know with flown 10:30 Monday. CVdar Memorial funeral home is in charge. Central City Elsie K. Par- Fires p.m. Thui*sUa> Ml»takrn. m< . n ,,. r    „ saturday at 1:90, alarm at I Jal I Im t>-HIU. Mllld ,„. h .. in ,     niy street NE 7:04 p.m. Thursday. Burned out llfht ballast at 708 Third street SE. 8:46 p.m. Thursday. Malfunction cooling system at Wilson avenue and Rockford road SW. Center Point Jeremy J. Weber. Saturday al 1:30, Cedar Crest cemetery, Jesup. Murdoch’s, in Center Point. GAZETTE WANT ADS PAY reduction from $207,790 to $120,140. Both cited “functional depreciation and obsolescence” in    of the fair execution of the laws, their petitions.     and fh us be able to function cf-} — j fectivcly at home and abroad, I \ Now is the time to advertise    see    no real    prospect for    revers farm equipment in the want ad     in 8    certain    unfortunate    trends columns. Dial 398-8234.    I    in the evolving situation.” foreign policy of this nation and ther contempt proceedings, they in turn are closely inter- Smith, former chairman of U. twined with domestic affairs,” S National bank and Westgate-hesaid.    California Corp., was cited for •Until the office of the pres!- ™nlempt seven times June 5 dency has been restored to its while appearing under subpoena principal function of upholding ‘ ls a P r ® st ' cu,| qn witness in the Ihe Constitution and taking care ln;d ol 1 DaBSeu 1 Daggett, 49, and his brother Pliny, 50, were accused of threatening to present damag- PIERSON’S “s?,,, 1H00 ELLIS BLVD. NW Flowerphone 20 YEARS AGO — A government report predicted that 1954 spending for new coiLstruction Smith unless (he financier would set an all-time record of bought real estate for up to $36.25 billion. ing testimony to a federal grand jury investigating JOHN E. 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