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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATION Ai WI Al Hit $ttV»C« POMCa*1 it, I ll t - It 7977 The Weather High temperatures Sunday, low temperatures overnlflht and inches cf pre ripitation Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston M—Missing. SI 48 BJ 57 70 38 60 14 84 59 S3 47 85 71 94 75 I. Angeles 81 st Miami SO 75 .la Min'apolis 43 51 N. Orleans 89 71 New York MMM Phoenl* 115 8? Seattle BO 54 Washington 77 59 .13 C. R. Weather High Sunday .................62 Low overnight ...............50 Noon Monday ...............70 2 p.m. Monday............68 Precipitation    None Total for June ..............2.91 Normal for June ............5.21 Normal through June ......16.61 Total for 1974 ..............24.17 Barometer, steady ........29.34 Humidity at noon..........64% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. W at 14 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, 5:31; sun sets, 8:45. Year Ago Today — High, 86; low. 69; rainfall, 0.76. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy    79-54 Chicago .......PtCldy    73-56 Cincinnati ......    PtCldy    72-55 Cleveland......PtCldy    68-54 Des Moines    ....... Pair    78-58 Detroit..........Cloudy    69-51 Indianapolis    .    .    PtCldy    72-55 Kansas City     PtCldy    85-65 Milwaukee  PtCldy    69-51 Mpls.-St. Paul    Pair    74-52 Okla. City........Pair    92-71 Omaha ............Pair    79-57 St. Louis    ..... PtCldy    80-61 Sioux Falls    ...    PtCldy    78-53 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12)    10.1, change Lansing (18) 11.4, rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 20.7, rise A McGregor (18) 13.1, rise .5 Guttenberg (15) 11.6, rise .5 Dubuque (17) 13.7, rise .5 Davenport (15) 11.7, fall .3 Keokuk (16) 11.7, fall .3 Shirley Mae Richert, Cresco, doing business as Park View Cafe and Bar. Debts: $36,627.74. Assets: $4,900, with $100 claimed as exempt. Marriage Licenses Kathy Coufal and Steven McNamara, Kathy Pence and James Klima, Joanna Jagerson and Richard Foster, Rhonda Ledvina and Gary Coquilles, Beverly Risden and Benny Topia, all of Cedar Rapids. Chery Willett, Cedar Rapids, and Patrick O’Conner, Iowa City. Delores Spencer and Ralph Slaymaker, both of Attica, N. Y. Sherry Vogeler, Cedar Rapids, and Eugene Johnson, Marion. Donna Pil-lard, Marion, and Steven MeJ-chert, Mt. Vernon, Patricia Allison. Marion, and Dean McCleary, Springville. no Cedar at C.R. (13) 7.62, fall 2.63 Coralville Lake Pool level Monday 707.11 Births — Mercy June 15 — To the families of BUI Frailer, 525 Ninth avenue SE, a son; Richard Ray set, 1021 Thirtieth street NE, a daughter. Births — St. Luke's June 15—To the families of Leonard Yoe, Shellsburg, a daughter; Roger Torson. 5600 Kingswood lane NE, a daughter; Stephen Sexton. 3525 Northwood drive NE, a daughter; Larry Westergren, 1240 F avenue NE, Marion, a son. June 16 — To the families of Mark Ramsey, Springville, a daughter; Jeffrey Keiser, 805 Twentieth street SE, a daughter; Syl Scholbrock, 1725 D avenue NE, a son; Richard Orr, 1501 B avenue NW, a son; James Heffner, 1823 B avenue NE, a son. Out of Town Births At Rochester, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Houma, a daughter June 12. Mrs. Bourn* is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Elgas, IM Tenth street NW Petition for Bankruptcy Wayne Edward fielding, Dy-■xart, individually and as a copartner of B and K Painting, Toledo, and Bonnie Lea Keying, Dysart. Both claim debts of $14,721.90. He claims assets of $3,950, with $3,150 claimed us exempt. She claims assets of $2,950, with all claimed as exempt. Julius Clyde and Katherine Joann Hoffpauir, 1523 Fourth street NW. Both claim debts of $4,958.42 He claims assets of $675, with $350 claimed as exempt. She claims assets of $525, with $250 claimed as exempt. Fires 12:05 p.m. Saturday. Cutting torch to lunk car at 509 J avenue NW. 4:45 p.m. Saturday. Short in wiring at 1026 A avenue NE. 4:56 p.m. Saturday. Air-evac at airport. 7:26 p.m. Saturday. Short in wiring at 2411 First avenue SE. 9:49 p.m. Saturday. Car fire — cause under investigation at 1119 Seventh street SE. 2:36 a m. Sunday. Malfunction of alarm system at 101 First street SFI 6:56 a.m. Sunday. Overheated deep fat fryer at 2517 Sixteenth avenue SW. 7:20 a.m. Sunday. Short in vending machine at Collins road and C avenue NE. 8:58 a.m. Sunday. Malfunction of alarm system at 101 First street SE. 11:36 a.m. Sunday. Malfunction of alarm system at 101 First street SE. 5:17 p.m. Sunday. Rescued disabled boat at 2000 Ellis boulevard NW. 11:06 p.m. Sunday. Malfunction of alarm system at 101 First street SE. Magistrate’s Court Speeding — Rodney Smith, 1917 Western drive SW; fined $100 and costs. Walter Schoen-feld, 338 Fourteenth street SE; Clancy Allen, 1333 M avenue NE; James Garlow, 217 Park court SE; Ellen Scherrer, 1019 Brockman drive SE; Terry Beck, 919 F avenue NW; William Wilson, Tower Terrace, Marion; Vernon Chafee, Hiawatha; Charles Hodges, 206 Seventeenth street SE; Cindy Martin, 746 Gateway street NE; Bradley Thompson, Robins; Emily Knapp, Atkins; Curtis Hirsh, Newhall; Mark Kerr, 1413 First avenue SW; each fined $30 and costs. Howard Kepler, Iowa City; Violet Haerther, Atkins; Perle Little, Iowa City; Steven Livermore, 2916 Union drive SW; each fined $20 and costs. Dwight Johnstone. 2333 Rompot street SE; fined $10 and costs. Improper registration — Gregory Borgstahl, Iowa City; fined $20 and costs. Faulty equipment — Donald Cummings, 275 Ninth street, Marion; Kenneth Bridgeman, 6710 Kingsworth lane NE; each fined $10 and costs. Vehicle control violation Allen LeGrand, 1106 Fifth street NW; Gladys Moore, 1034 Eighth street NW; each fined $15 and costs. Plate violation — Brian Nichols, Iowa City; fined $20 and costs. Charles Conklin, 1268 Thirty-fifth street NE; fined $10 and costs. Driver's license violation Michael Moore, 951 Hr Fourth street SW; fined $25 and costs. Albert Shawdy, 825 Lf C avenue NW; fined $15 and costs. Wayne Roberts, 60 Leisure boulevard NE; Dwight Johnstone, 2333 Rompot street SE; Occie Culp, 39 Fourteenth avenue SW; Beverly Jones, 516 Forty-first street NE; each fined $10 and costs. Improper passing    David Hofman, Iowa City; fined $30 and costs. Traffic signal violation Terry Miller, Viola; Suzanne The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., June 17, 1974 C. R. Man Killed in Missouri Accident John W. Wickham John Wallace Wickham, 92, of 11211 Nineteenth avenue SW, a Services were held Wednesday for Robert Edwin    Me- Caughey, 30, of 1527 E avenue NE, who died June 9 from injuries .suffered in a traffic ac- K..rviv.nir .,ri> ,, cnn pnhort I , ,    ,    . - ■ eident near    Unionville    Mo    the    ^urvmng l>,L a    *on»    ,to')U', mangled    when    it was run    over cidem near    Unionville,    Mo., the    ()f Ful|erton> Caljf. five daugh- by , train ten, Mrs. Ronald    Ash,    Fayette,: (;nagy    injure(f at    2.52 Boy’s Foot Is Amputated; Run Future Parade Sponsors Over by Train    May    Have To Pay C , Jeff Grungy, 8, of 1271 Twenty-Cedar Rapids resident 30 years,; first avenue SW, was in good died Saturday following a brief condition in Mercy hospital illness. He was born June JO, Monday following the amputa- lion of his left foot, which was day before. Mr. McCaughey was em- Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs. aul and ployed by the Weyerhaeuser Co. Hope Blackwell and Mrs. Pe in Cedar Rapids. Ile was a Brundidge, Cedar Rapids, a member oMhe Baptist church Mrs. Gerald Shepard, Anaheim, Calif.; 18 grandchildren and 22 .    .    ...    great-grandchildren.    brother    lohn    12    and    two’ At her f The problem surfaced when Olive cemetery there, with mtli-l services: Turner chapel eastr^! ’oi. J :. "    *?..™?Ilthe    recreation    commission at Milan, Mo., where services were held. Burial was at MI. p.m. Sunday on the Crandic railroad tracks about a fourth of a mile north of Ingleside drive SW Police said the boy, his Organizations requesting parade permits may be turned down or asked to help pay the cost of overtime for city workers needed for the parades in the future, two city department heads have said. Public Safety Commissioner James Steinbeck said Monday he plans to discuss the problem with the rest of the council Tuesday and try to work out a solution. tary rites by the American Le- at 10;30 a m Wednesday by the 5^paoni®"i fPon*    Rev. Ernest I^arson. Burial; Surviving ara his wile, Cath- Oaklawn cemetery, Hawkeye, at urine; a son, Scott, and a 12 30 p m ( Friends may call at daughter, Le ann, both al Turner chapel east, home; four sisters, Betty Dud-    ___ re-  _________ were    returning.    ,    ,    ,, from a fishing outing when the 3U€S a Permi^ t0 *K)'d a c 1 dren’s parade Aug. 8 in downtown Cedar Rapids. It was the tf« WI AIMC! f OI OC AST • Rain will fall Monday night in southern Florida, Oklahoma, Arkansas and the Lakes area as well as in Maine. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Harding, Coralville; each fined $15 and costs. Driving left of center line Robert McCallister, 1450 Seventh street, Marion; fined $15 and costs. Right-of-way violation Robert McAllister, 1450 Seventh street, Marion; fined $15 and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle — George Mundy, 700 L street SE; fined $20 and costs. Striking fixtures adjacent to street - Mark Boff, HO Patricia lane NW; fined $25 and costs. Iowa Deaths Elkader — Alma Tangeman, 77. Tuesday at ll, Peace United Church of Christ. Burial: Garnavillo cemetery. Witt’s. Dundee — Emma A. Bandy, 90. Tuesday at 1:30, Kreusel-Fawcett’s, Lamont. Iowa City — Clara Lacina 86. Wednesday at IO, St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Rosary: Tuesday at 8 p.m., George L. Gay’s, where friends may call after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Wyoming Roy Finken-binder, 81. Wednesday at 1:30, Hayden’s, where friends may call after I Tuesday. Biberon — Homer G. Kepler, 84. Wednesday at 1:30, Biberon ME church. Friends may call at Fellmet’s in Keystone after noon Tuesday and at the church after ll Wednesday. Victor — Pete Peterson, 67. Wednesday at 2 p m. at Me-Aninch’s. Marengo — Mrs. John (Betty) Ginther, 48. Wednesday at 1:30 at Hoover-Valen-tine’s. Visitation after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Luxemburg — Otto H. Brunsman, 80. Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Trinity Ca t h o I i c church. Visitation a f ter 7 p.m. Monday at Kramer’s in Dyersville. Belle Plaine — Mrs. Andy Siefkir, 75. Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Peffers-Halverson’s. Burial: Koszta. Iowa City— Paul Kutz, 88. Tuesday at IO a.m. at St. Mary’s church. KC Rosary at 6:45 Monday. Parish Rosary 7:30 p.m. Monday. Gay’s. ley, Cedar Rapids; Della Holliday and Mary Carman, both of Unionville, and Kathy Shifeld, Meadville, Mo.; a half-sister, Lizzie Jane Gorman, Long Beach, Calif.; three brothers, Tom, Oak Grove, Mo., and Larry and Billy, both of Milan, and a half-brother, Harry, Cora, Mo. M rs. Eldon Herrmann Janet B. “Jean" Herrmann, 51, of 1315 Eighteenth street SW, a Cedar Rapids resident most of her life, died Sunday following *a long illness. Born Nov. 17, 1922, in Omaha, she was married to Eldon Herrmann April IO, 1941, in Cedar Rapids. Surviving in addition to her husband are two daughters, Hilda Mulhoiland, Des Moines, and Christine Herrmann, Cedar Rapids; a son, David, Cedar Rapids; three grandchildren; her mother, Hilda Andersen; and four sisters, Betty Bruner, Frances Aldrich, and Evelyn Weiss, all of Cedar Rapids, and Ticky Schlondorf of Omaha. Services: Turner chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Hardy J. Powers. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west until I p.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. M-ary Ryan Mary Isabelle Ryan, 97, widow of Richard Ryan, formerly of 1040 Fifth avenue SE, died accident occurred The train that struck the boy was a slow-moving northbound freight pulling between 12 and 13 cars. The exact details of the accident are not known, police reported. Climbing Bank The group of boys with Jeff in the lead was climbing an em Memorial Services limns, Edward J. Immaculate Conception church at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Cedar Memorial Tuesday. Friends may call at Stewart funeral home. D o I es a I, Margaret Ann    bankment    to    the    railroad    tracks "Bing” Turner chapel east at    ,    ^    .    ..    .tm 10:30 a.m. Tuesday by the    *ime    ^e    accident.    The Rev. Earl Huebner. Burial: Oak    other boys said    they    didn’t    see Hill. Friends may call at what happened to Jeff when he Turner east until IO a.m. Tues-Jreached the tracks, day. The casket will not bej opened after the service.    The    railroad    employes    on    the Slaughter, Charles Stephen Graveside services at Cedar Memorial at 3 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Clifton Eller-beck of Kenwood Methodist church. Friends may register at Turner’s east until 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened at any time. sixth parade requested so far this year. Police Chief Wallace Landers and Asst. Chief John W. Erger said in letters to Steinbeck that the major obstacle Is the payment of overtime to police officers. tance, Erger said, but the Aug. 8 parade is scheduled on a workday while those persons would be working. Mel Meyer, city traffic engineer, said the cost to his department would he about $200, about half of which Is overtime payments. He said it is likely future parades which require overtime payments may either be turned down or the sponsoring organization asked to pay part of the cost. Steinbeck said a third alternative was to find the funds in some other part of the city budget. Milford Inmate, 21, Flees Reformatory ANAMOSA - John Lee Watkins, 22, Milford, walked away I he fair Labor Standards Ac! from jowa men*s reforma- which went into effect May IL .    ,,    ,    „ J tory here Monday morning. train said they were unaware of the incident and continued the train yard. The trainmen also told police they did not see any boys in the area when they rode through. Employes on another train that passed through the area at almost the same time said they didn’t see anyone present. Checked Wheels A police officer checked the elude the evidentiary hearings wheels on the boxcars for evi-this week.    dence of the accident, but was requires that police officers he paid time and a half instead of Officials reported Watkins dis-being reimbursed with compen- appeared about 10:30 a.m. while satory time off.    working outside the walls of the The police department’s over-; reformatory time budget is depleted Erger Watkjns has been scrvj said He recommended the de- jm(. in ,he reformatory since to partment be reimbursed the„ f#r br(,akj and ,,nterjnR 1*200 cost for providing police. and jailbreak. -Impeachment- (Continued from Page I.) protection during the parade. ,    _    , Erger said another problem! Officials, who are conducting was an attorney general's ruling » search for the walk away, prohibiting the'Veterans Public J1'5®TJ "fi W^,‘nS “ JVf Safety Unit from assisting the f? ,‘|Sh' ,nch“ f3": Pakistan Claims Indian Radiation KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — PakLstan’s atomic energy commission said Sunday it had detected radioactivity in Pakistan from India’s underground nuclear explosion last month. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s prime minister said Dozens of allegations announced as under investigation last March were dropped without any evidence even being presented, and many others were given only a passing glance. Most of the items eliminated from the inquiry by the committee dealt with charges (hat the administration promised favorable treatment by government agencies to campaign contributors, and used illegal campaign tactics in the 1972 elections. The reduction of the charges unable to determine which car hit the boy. After the accident, John ran to the residence of Bruce Chase, 1126 Ingleside drive SW, and told him to call an ambulance. police. The police department usually asks local radio clubs for assis- Protest Rezoning For Apartments 150 pounds, and having brown hair and eyes. He was wearing work blue clothing when last seen. — Court — (Continued from Page I.) «    cial,y seBoated schools may in L/cUdr ixdpiub not be permitted exclusive use Two rezoning requests which ‘ J P^lic recreational facilities, would permit the construction of however, the court declined to rh-tTp "then Tiich^r'T, th* aPartment buildings were the:™’6 *lso c^.ies ^ Chase then rushed to the    q(    ^    fj|pd permit segregated schools to scene and found Jeff lying on the west side of the tracks rn Seek To Block Drive-In Screen Monday morning clerk’s office. Ninety-six signers use such facilities in common the rezoning of property at 1431 Edgewood road NW from R-l (single family) to R-3-G (mid-1 with public schools. Upheld a California law pre- '    1    venting    the    payment of disabil ity benefits to women who must miss work because of normal Cedar Rapids under investigation indicates only a few proposed articles of impeachment will be before the Saturday in a nursing home, after a long illness. Born in Richmond, Iowa, Aug. 3, 1876, she had lived in Cedar crating on Rapids since 1918. She was a weeks, member of St. Elizabeth circle    Likely    Charges and Sanctuary society of Im-j The most likely charge the maculate Conception    church,|committee    will have to vote on and was a charter member of wjjj ^ an obstruction of justice the Daughters of Isabella.    charge in connection with the There are no immediate sur* Watergate cover-up. vivors.    Presidential conduct un the tiple family). : The proposed change would A petition bearing 350 signs-1 allow construction of 24 town-tures asking for an enclosure houses by L. T. Enterprises, around a drive-in showing X-route 4, Solon. ...    .    •. «    *    .    ,arKl    R*rated    movies    was    filed    Another    19    persons    stated in committee when it teg»M*lik Monday morning in the city,their petition that they opposed crating on them in about twoLim**. ^    .    J.:    , clerk’s office. The signers asked the city council to ‘‘protect the people of our community from the X- and R-rated movies shown at the Collins Road Drive-In” by requiring the drive-in to enclose , also requested or block the screen so the mov- terprises. rezoning of property at 924 and 1000 Old Marion road NE to per- pregnancies. Ruled that indigents are not entitled to free legal counsel in the appeal of criminal convictions to the highest state and federal courts. Refused without comment to review a federal circuit court ruling that the California highway commission must follow mit construction of two 16-unit federal environmental standards apartment buildings.    whenever it has received fed- The change from single fami- eraj location approval for a ly to multiple family zoning was project, even though no federal by L T. En- funds are used for the project. California officials said the case Corvine- q -a m Tuesday in *------------ —---- ~    viewed    from    ou(    The    signers    cited    surface    could affect state highway proj- Services. 9 «.rn. u . j irs and wiretapping phases of side the theater.    water run-off problems, trafficiects throughout the nation Immaculate Conception    the inquiry is expected to be in-1 The petition was similar to problems, a reduction in pri-| Sent hack to a federal district by the Rev.    william    r.    leonard.    |cluded jn a proposed broad one    filed about a week ago in    vacy) ^ lowered property val-    ccurt a controversy over a    Ten Burial:    Mt    Calvary    Rosary.    obarge involving abuse of    the the    clerk’s office signed by six    Ues in the area in opposing the    nessee law requiring that    text, St. Elizabeth s circle, Sanctuary    of    office.    I    persons    rezoning.    books which deal with theories The possible impeachable    of , it    stated the movies show sex    Both rezoning requests are to    of evolution give equal empha- fenses that could result from    the j acts    and violent crimes in a    be considered Tuesday by the    sis to biblical accounts of    ere- society and Daughters of Isabella at 7 p.m. Monday in Brady-Kuba funeral home, friends may call. where tax and dairy matters are fraud manner which glorifies them, and bribery. - Nixon’s    refusal to comply with Woman Killed in committee subpoenas could fur- msh grounds for an additional in a BOSTON (AP) - A woman Japanese,was an(j 17 other persons newspaper interview that the;were injured when a spinning blast had “spoiled the plan” ^carnival ride malfunctioned, repair relations between lndiai*1l,rt*mS r'd('rs as f;ir as 50 feet away. A spokesman Ride at Carnival article Of impeachment and also will be taken into consideration and Pakistan. The explosion took place May 18 in the state of Rajasthan, 40 miles from the Pakistani border. Five Charges Follow Car and Foot Chase Duane A. Powell, 23, of 230 Atwood drive SW, was arrested Saturday on five charges stemming from a car chase which ended in a footrace in west Cedar Rapids. Powell passed Linn county sheriff’s officers on highway 30 west of Cedar Rapids and didn’t zoning committee of the plan- ation ning commission. by the members when they vote on their articles. And should Nixon defy a supreme court lorder to turn over I see such movies.” have an impact on “impressionable” youth, and invade the privacy of persons nearby who don’t want to see the films. Installation of a screen or enclosure, the petition said, would ensure that such movies ln    was    S(vre “would not be thrust on those -Lounsberry— (Continued from Page I.) Affirmed a lower court decision invalidating a New Jersey I law providing reimbursement to parents of children in private schools for purchase of secular 1 textbooks and supplies. Ruled that inspecting the out-1 side of a suspect’s car for evi- at Massachusetts General hospital said Mary Pero, 20, of Cambridge died at a hospital of internal injuries suffered in the accident, which marred Bunker Hill day festivities Sunday in the Charlestown section of Boston. Boston police said the accident occurred after a series of disputes and fights among young people and carnival workers. Police said an operator of the ride had to leave his post after he was injured in a fight. A second operator came to the controls of the ride, which ap parently malfunctioned as attempted to operate it. stop when the officers gave    ---- chase, according to authorities.!Survey: Contributions In attempting to elude the of- T    e    *    n ^ j Beers, Powell allegedly drove! Schools Set Record across several lawns, between NEW YORK (AP) - A select IWO houses and then left his car ed„Sr0Up "f 51 4niversi,i« “J to take off on fool    ™ ,l:«es .IW,vfd,    ^ !million in contributions (luring Officers caught up with him,j^e 1972-73 academic year a though, and charged hun within percent increase over last driving while license under sus- yt,ar according to a study pension, disobedience to a police Brakeley, John Price Jones, officer, resisting arrest, reek* I ne., the fund-raising firm that less driving and faulty equip-1 conducted the survey, said Sun-ment,    |day that donors provided $143.7 He is being held in the county |million iii bequests and $494.3 jail under $1,000 bond.    million    in    gifts    and    grants tapes subpoenaed by special prosecutor Leon Jaworski that would almost certainly become another article of impeachment. In other delevopments: The lios Angeles Times reported over the weekend that a house impeachment investigator believes Nixon began meeting regularly with former White House counsel John Dean after the Watergate breakin to create a foundation for justifying his refusal to let Dean testify before the senate Watergate mittee. Rod inn said he was seeking to have the house chambers he I equipped with earphones so the members will be able to listen to presidential tapes during an I impeachment debate. The com-jment to reporters amounted to an offhand acknowledgement that Rodino anticipated his committee would recommend Nixons impeachment. A trial date ot Aug, 15 was set Monday in the perjury case of former presidential aide John I Khrlichman. The date was set! by Los Angeles County Judge Gordon Ringer. tary in 1972, He is the Republi- who choose not to pay money to ‘    (or    reelection    in    Idence jn a murder case is not the November fieneral election lhe sort of -search.. requiring Lounsberry said he had I a warrant drunk three or four beers out ' s'land a ,(mer cour, d(.d. of a keg and a couple or three |sion that a,|owjnR nurses to gjye Says Phoney Falcon Will Frighten Birds glasses of wine ' but said he did triiquuizers' to unmiyTmeSiM not believe he was intoxicated >    —    ' at state correctional institutions He said his wife. Muriel, and is cruel and unusual punishment his secretary, Clara Hobson, under the Constitution. were with him when he was    ....... . stopped. Lounsberrv Marion Man Charged After Rear-End Crash Lawrence D. Bettmcng, 18, route 2, Marion, was charged WASHINGTON (AP) - S. Dillon Ripley, chief executive of t h e Smithsonian Institution, says migrating birds can be kept away from picture win-, dows by using a "Shoo Bird," a    '-^berry conceded lhe in- silhouette of a falcon diving to- 1 could hurt him in his ward its prey.    campaign for re-election. Sold only in the Smithsonian’s R made a believer of me— museum shops, the device re 1 d ^ a ,0tcil abstainer from with failure to stop in an as-eom- portedly will frighten migrating IM)VV on* he said the morning sured clear distance ahead Sat-birds and reduce the number a^er his arrest.    urday morning when the car he that might kill themselves by    --------- was driving ran into the rear of flying into a glass window or    99    Percent    Vote    one driven by Keven Alan Zim- wall. Local birds visiting a feed-i    MOSCOW (UPI)    — More than    merman, 19,    Monticello, er, however, will become accus-    99 percent of the    Soviet elector-    The collision occurred    when tomed to the silhouette.    ate, an estimated 150 million the Zimmerman car slowed to ---citizens, turned out Sunday to avoid hitting a dog crossing 20 YEARS AGO The U.S. elect an unopposed slate of 1,517 highway 151 about one mile cast sought an embargo against Red-    candidates to the    supreme Sovi-i    of Marion, influenced Guatemala.    ,»t (parliament),    Pravda said    Bettmeng    was treated    at Monday.    Mercy hospital and released. t-ioml "fantasies from our tkillmd artist* PIERSON’S W IHM ELLIS BLVD. NW I- LOW KR PHONE 3M-1R2* Florist for Ovir 61 Tows •MWN E. KAPES Convenient Downtown Location 308 3rd Avo. SI    365-OS!    I / z < o h when words aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHON! ANSW!RF D ?4 HOURS 1V1RY DAY John B. 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