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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NATIONAL WI ATMI H SI (VICI ((MICAH Ie 7 AM I St  N  et ai m  DEATHS  J. S. Livingston, Bank  Ford, Haig Meet for Hour  I'ht* Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., August 7, 1974  JA.  question whether Nixon’s acts  Vice-President, Dies“ ed hls r ™ ov, " ,rom of ‘  James S. Livingston, 53, of  ,v ' a - v  I ord  Preparing 1152 Twenty-eighth street SE, died .suddenly Wednesday  , Nixon’s lawyers were to turn ll ontinued from Page I.) mg for Nixon’s resignation as  ovcr to Sirica  wednesday after- 3101601610  'well.  noon more of the tapes Jawor ski had subpoenaed.  There was no indication whether any of the tapes given Ja-worski Wednesday—out of more Meanwhile, aides to Ford said rnent that will be brought to the than 30 already provided by the he has signaled his staff to|house floor Aug. 19.    White House to Sirica-included  The list included all IO Republicans on the house judiciary committee who had voted against the articles of impeach-  Rorn May 15, 1921, in Center make preparations for his as-1 The hopelessness of Nixon’s one which two White House of-Junetion, he has lived in Cedar [sumption of the presidency situation in the house was un- ficials told the Washington Post  Ntwo«Ve^\A  m|ami   Rapids the last 47 years. At the    when and if Nixon leaves office,    derscored by Rhodes’ response contained more    information  time of his death, Mr. Living-    according to the Detroit Free    to a question as to whether!damaging to the    President  ston was vice-president and [Press.    there was anything the Pres__  comptroller of Peoples Bank The newspaper said in ident could do to save himself., mm J V _ and Trust Co.    Wednesday’s edition that Ford “I suppose there might be.    ITlO T rOrI IO    K63Q  Mr Livingston was a gradu- aides, who. asked not to be I but right now I couldn’t say. I’m    __  ab- of the school ol banking, •    named, said they now’ feel they    at a loses to know,” he said.    ft I YOH  University of Wisconsin, and of    h ave t h e  vice-president’s autho- The surge* in support for im-, ■’■AVII    /  the American Institute of Bank-1rization to draw up policy and jpeachment brought with it a WEST BRANCH  Parade Before Phone Offices  Western Electric installers set up picket lines at Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. facilities in Cedar Rapids, Marion and Iowa City Wednesday morning in what they called a “protest” of the proposed national wage agreement.  Nineteen installers, members of Communication Workers of  un Wf MHU f GICK AST $           'em    OAiN  x * snow          SHOWUP N HOW      X/?,     ..  ---- _ r    r  -    Secretary    America local 7290, were picket-  I mg. He was past president of [personnel proposals that Ford marked release in tension  of  interior Rogers Morton will ing in Cedar Rapids. Members  The American Institute of Bank-j wou |d have to act on in the “  [ing and the Bank Administra-jWhite House.  Chance of rain Wednesday night over the upper plains, lower Texfij, the Tennessee valley and Florida. Mostly fair elsewhere.  —Daily Record—  Magistrate’s Court  The Weather  High temperatures Tuesday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation:  Anchorage    .67 58    ..    L. Angeles    84 67  Atlanta    82 69    Miami    90 91  Bismarck    92 #2    Min'apolis    80 58  Chicago    73 67    N. Orleans    63 71    1.80  Denver    86 56    New York    86 69  Duluth    77 53    Phoenix .10183  Honolulu    89 73    Seattle    ll 4»  Houston    80 72 .22    Washings    83 66    .28  Extended forecast — Cloudy with a chance of rain Friday  thiough Sunday. Highs in mid|g^ evcn  p ord  3455 Oakwood 70s to mid 80s. Lows, 60s Friday j avenue SE; Thomas Easterly, to 50s Saturday and Sunday. 3001 Sixth street SW; George  ! Welsh, 2090    High drive SE;  C. R.    Weather    I Dale Wells,    Anamosa; Mark  High Tuesday    ................80,     SE .  and   Low overnight ...............63     ( Harmony,  Accidents Injure Pedestrian and Three Motorists  lion Institute, Eastern Iowa [chapter. He was a member of the Cedar Rapids-Marion Chamber of Commerce. Elm-crest Country club and the Cedar Rapids Sports club.  Mr. Livingston is survived by his wife, Margie M. “Peg” Livingston, and a brother, Jack E., Honolulu, Hawaii.  Services: Pending at Stewart  among house Republicans, who  read a  message from Presided of the larger CWA local 7101 had been dreading the coming:\j xon  during his remarks at the were honoring the picket lines, Ford’s    staff    said    the    mood     vot , e *    Hoover Centennial    ceremonies    forcing Northwestern    Bell man-  represented    a    dramatic    shift    So    strong    was    the     sur fk-    at 2 p.m. Saturday.    agement personnel to    take over  over the last day, according to  mcm b<' rs  reported it was hard  Nationa j p.  rk  Service of- internal operations.  to find anyone who still opposed  r . . ,    ,  f  *    ,    ..    ....    ,    ..  impeachment    “I    don’t    think     flc,als ’  in charRe of    the obscr Norma  Mitchell,    assistant  there    will be    anybody    in the     4  var l ce ; j aid there is    no  advance    [ manager for Northwestern Bel!  the Free Press.  “In the last 18 hours things have changed,” one aide was  house who will vote against im-  text of the message.  here, said any calls requiring  funeral home, where friends .    ..    .    ,    .    ,    ,,  may call during tho following j make sure that he 15 rcad 7-times: Thursday from noon to 9    Talks    with    Haig  quoted as saying. “He under-  peachmcn( ..  said Rop  Dingeil  The Y  al *> announced a mes-jspecial handling will “take a Ilit-stands what is happening be-  Ml( . h }      r      |Sage from King  Raudouin I of l° n g c r because of the walk-  eau.se he is a realist And be-,  Rut rep<)rters found one in  Belgium will be read at the Sat-!out. cause he knows what must be  R(ip Ran dgrebe (R ind.), who urday ceremonies by Duane Ar-    “Unauthorized”  one or e (ounry, e wi  sa ^ ^    f or  Nixon is  n °ld of Cedar Rapids, president     do rons j der  this (walk-  unshakable.    of the Hoover Presidential Li-| out)  unauthorized,” said Mrs.  “I’m going to stick with my;braryAssn., co-sponsor of the  Mitchell  - Tne union  leadership  A pedestrian and three: J 1 ? 1 , 1 . 1 th . e tim f. ° f s *™ ice ;  Mrs : i Haig, held a private, hour-long land shot,” said Landgrebe. FrOlltaq rivers suffered injuries Tues-!  Elvin £ s,on w: HI be  a t the funeral  mpe (j ng  with Ford Wednesday. Even if he lied or obstructed    73  ■v I     J     "IIL 1     home Thursday from 7 to9 p.m.    »....." justice, where’s the disadvan- Aired a   1  teenth avenue and Eighth street I SW.  12:13 a.in. Wednesday. Burnt! . •    ’  food on stove at 500 Fifth ave-I ^    .  nuc SE.    day in separate traffic    ac ,    .    _. ..    .    „    .    .  2:04 a.m.    Wednesday.    Short    cidents. The pedestrian was in     a     I* Dday    from    I    to    4    and    7    to  in stereo wiring at 2.)24 Towne; g Dod  condition Wednesday at!    .    ....    .    .  House drive NE.    | Mercy    The     The    casket    will    be closed Sat  were treated and released. ; u j!  a  P'™'  a not  °P* ne d  Speeding — Michael Roberts,] Richard L. Fisk, 22, of 401, tC!  *  e scrvlcc -2053 North    Towne    court    NE;    Tw’enty-ninth street NW,    suf  fered a right knee injury at 2:45,  p.m. Tuesday when he    was!,    ^ydia Elizabeth    Deal,    88,    of  struck by a car in the parking ;^*J3 Emerald avenue SE, widow lot at Jerrv’s Drive-In, 715 First I of Robert E - Deal.  dicd  Tuesday avenue SW.    [following    a    brief    illness.  p.m., Friday from 9 to 9 p.m.,| Nixon's closest aide, White  Rresident evcn R be and 1  have centennial and Saturday from 8:30 a.m.! House chief of staff Alexander! 10 be ta * cen out tbi,s  building  The meeting in Fords office was requested by Haig, said  tage?”  e Issue Aired at Tavern Zoning Hearing  has not sanctioned the strike.” Mike Bickal, city steward for local 7290. said, “This is not a ! strike. It is a protest.” He said the reason for the “protest” was | the wage offer. “It is more of an insult than an offer,” Bickal  Mrs. Robert Deal  asked Landgrebe. “No,  ,jj Aia.g, j traumatic thing is happening to I Fords press secretary, Paul I . .  rftl]ntrv  ..  b  "     6     ,  Miltich.    j    I i    Questions    of    fairness    and    said.  Miltich said the two men “ex-!    Immunity.    j    equal    treatment    were    aired    Bickal    said    the    membership  changed views on the current As a means of inducing a fa-[Wednesday at a public hearing [has been offered a 10.7 percent situation” but refused to clabo-lvorable attitude toward resigna-jon a rezoning request that w*age increase the first year, rate, saying, “that’s all I can tion in the White House, some would permit operation of a bar and 3.3 percent increases for the tell you.”    members revived talk of legisla-:at 3901 First avenue SE.    second and third years of the  “Viable Option”  Doskocil, 710 Thirty-fifth street’   (following a brief     While    Nixon    bo P cs t0 rall y  a   Stanley Torgenson,'     a     •    .    ,    ..    dwindling    band    of defenders to  Minn., each fined The car that struck Fisk was!    No v -    30,    1885,    in    Ioddvil-     r :_ Ul -------,  Al ------ L  -----*-  Noon Wednesday .....  2 p.m. Wednesday ...  Precipitation ..............^“ c [John D.  Total for August............2.21 [teenth  Normal for August ....  Normal through August  Total for 1974 ..........  Barometer, falling.....  Humidity ..............  Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SSE at 8 mph.  Sun rises Thursday, 5:07; sun sets, 7:17.  each  80 $30 and costs. Randy Schwab, driven bv Robert W SO Swisher; Cathy Patten, 1425'    -    -  Mn«nI Country Club drive, Marion;   1     '    "    Matthews,    356 Six-  street SE; Loraine 2.97 Yousse, 715 Fifteenth street SE; otifiiGlenda Maillie, 328 Twenty-,, ,     %7 „ r   ninth street SE; Nadine Cress, Midway drive NW, suffered a • /u  Troy Mills; Ronald King, Mt. possible chin injury at 3:05 p.m.  Herman, 22, of 2000 Lauren drive SW. No charges were filed.  * * *  Anthony Dunlevy, 28, of 4701  33.  Ie, she had been a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids and vicinity. She was a member of Central Church of Christ.  Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Randall, Mrs. Harry Hawthorne, and Mrs.  fight removal through a senate trial, White House sources acknowledge that a presidential resignation remains a “viable option.”  agreement.  He said the union membership has not voted on the proposed contract, which was tentatively  Tuesday when the car he was £ err >’ Thorington, all of Cc ia r    --    ”~ ’     ahi T    power    reserved    to    the    executive  Rapids: Mrs. Raymond «a-|^^N,xon« vow to    „ n     ^    ^  he'  Kenneth Deal, Covington, 24  30.13: Pleasant; Colleen Madlon, Me  .66% chanicsville;    Donna    Falcon,; 7rivdn7 and    a truck    driven    bv  Central City;    Melvin    Simpson,: on y n 8  ana    a iruoK     unveil    Dy  Miller, Mo., each fined $20 and [Arthur O. Pingel, (irand Mound, costs. Gary Rich. 2925 Center collided.  Tost?  r0ad NE ’  fincd S14 and j Dunlevy was treated at Mercy  Disobeying a traffic signal —| hospital.  Year Ago Today — High, ,72; Daniel Keegan, 372 Twentieth Police charged Dunlevy with low, 57; rainfall. 0.16.    [street    SE, fined $60 and costs, failure to yield the right-of-way.  Traveler's Forecast    %% TOM ,1* accident happened in the  Thursday    (Third    avenue SW, each finedblock of First avenue SW  Weather Hi-Lo|$15 and costs.    when Dunlevy attempted    to    Linwood. Friends may I  Disobeying    a train    signal —- make a turn    in front    of the    on-  Leslie Phinney, Danville, lined coming truck.  $15 and costs.  Cloudy 80-62 Obstructing streets — Kevin PtCldv 83-61 Wright, Alburnett, fined $40 PtCldv 82-61,  and cot; ts.  . Sliwrs 78-64  n?ri![v -o"ro i Blank, Mt. Vernon, fined $20) car collision at the intersection  a  Cedar Rapids resident  oc o-? I and costs. Dale Condry. 1435  tion that would grant Nixon im-1 The owners of Hardi-Gardens munity from criminal prosecu- home and garden center petition.    !    Honed    for a change from B-l to  The proposal was quickly  R -2 zoning, so the property can__________  squelched, however, by Rhodes be converted to a drinking es- agreed to late Sunday in Wash-and Rep. Conable (R-N.Y.),jfablishment.    ington,    D.C. Bickal said he  chairman of the house Republi- Objecting to the request was: C0U j d no t predict how long the lean policy committee.     r ° n y    Naso,    owner    of    Tony’s    walkout    would    be    in    effect.  “Sure it is — all options are: Rhodes said he doubted that  p ^za, 3847 First avenue SE. open.” said one source.    congress    had any authority to Naso said when his building  Another agreed, saying that | g rant  immunity  which is al  In  Calls Pile Up  Iowa City, ofticials for  burn, Shellsburg, and Mrs. Gene! net   t T ues da> that he has no in-j    ..    written    on    ’  Bower, Minneapolis; one son,  te nt»on of resigning “the situa- the paper it was written on,  .«    -      I    tiAn    if    i    11 11A    U/n flrvn t kllOW  tion is fluid. We don’t Is r a n rf r h i I H rVn « ^**n*I|what is going to happen.”    i    Conable    said    he    thought    it  [grandchildren and seven great-; Presidential spokesmen did ^ aa  1; ^,? s  n A great-grandchildren.    little    to    dispell    the mood of un-  Services: 1:30 p.m. Friday at  cortaint y     the y     sto P.^:  Turner chapel east by a min-r bort    out a   ister of the Church of Christ.  on resl 8 naRon -  was under construction in 1968, he was told    he    must j Northwestern Bell said long dis-  move it baek to 50    feet    from    tance calls were running 15 to 20  First avenue because of a res- minutes late, ervation for a possible front-    Judy Marrow,    vice-president  age road on the east side of    of local 7116 in Iowa City, said,  the avenue.    “This is not an official strike by  Bismarck  78-52  .... Tshwrs  Chicago.......  •    Cloudy    82-64  Cincinnati....... Shwrs    81-65  Cleveland • ■.  Des Moines .  Detroit......  call at Turner east.  Anna (I.  * * *  Smith, 57,  Clarks-  Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul  Omaha .....  St. Louis .... Sioux Falls ..  Roy Loudermilk  Ville, suffered facial lacerations 1 Ro - v  Allen Loudermilk, 66, of Meter violation - Catherincjat 7:37 p.m. Tuesday in a two- »7 Twenty-third street drive  PtCldy 85-67 PtCldv 83-63 .Tshwrs 80-66 . .PtCldy 85-65  Condry,  Twenty-sixth street SE, fined j $10 and costs  of Sixteenth avenue and Edge-  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stases in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 5.4, rise 2 Lansing (18) 8.7, rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 13.1, no change McGregor (18) 7.0, no change  publicans to be seeking immuni-j He said the move, and subse- employes of Northwestern Bell, ty for Nixon.    quem loss of business., cost him    We are simply    honoring    a pro-  “The Republican®    shouldn't    from $15,000 to $20,000.    test    picket of    Western    Elec-  | put themselves into the position! He    complained that    the plan-, trio..  Dp nu tv    Prose    Secretary I °f defending illegal acts,”    he I jung    commission is not req urn, \ n  Des    Moines, some    tele-  n    fa    S’    i    I    j    T    .‘told a reporter     ,n £ demolition or relocation of    phone operators    did cross    picket  in    ft erTm re no rte rs    * who    However, in the    senate,    assis-    Part of the Hardi-Gardens build-1    lines. Steve Watson, state    stew-  nnLJri Him rorJaSdlv to savant Republican leader Robert ing. which is only 25 feet from! ard  for the union, was quoted as ^ ^2 not re- Griffin said he was leaning to- the property line.    joying    the    walkout was unauth-  flatly    that    Nixon    would    not    re     support  of legislation    to “If    they could make    us move orized. He    urged the    employes  grant immunity    back    50 feet in 1968,    how can, to return to    their jobs.  Finally, Warren said, “He    Schedule    you    give him a B-2 zoning and  Watson said CWA Jocals   does not intend to resign.    ,    Debate Sc     m    glve hl  , he  ,  treat . ^ ^  country have  until  Rather, the spokesman said. | The prospect of an ^over-| ment we got?  »  N aso asked.    sunday to ratify the proposed  An attorney for the p^ti- (agreement. Local 7290, head-tioners c ountered by saying quartered in Minneapolis, represents about 1.050 equipment in-  since 1937 and a retired hospital  ms? LMe’sIospi 1 taI WaS     died    suddenly    Wednes-1Nixon intends to “see that the!whelming vote forimpeachment  Improper muffler — John'at St. Luke s hospital.    , h    .    business of the people continues led house leaders to revise their  Wiese, 1040 Fourteenth street,! The driver of the other car ,u 7*    move    throuoh    the    schedule for the debate and  Marion, fined $io and costs.  iwas Jack E Hurcn  Dearborn  Born  April 15, 1908, at Love- -    vote, for which they had  Permitting unauthorized P^r-1 Heights Mich     !,and - Colo., he was married to commiuuuiidi pioccw..    i n lannpd to allow IO davs to two  - A 1 " SftS'l     r  o mith  Dorothy Gabbert, Dec. 28, 1940, By constitutional prooM8>^“ d to allw 10     -°     lw0   Twenty-sixth street  SE ’ w ™'^^^ Id '^' i ^at Kirksville, Mo. He was a vet-Warrensaidhemeant a senate -     fs    ted ,    frontage    road    goes    in,    Naso    will  wnn failure to yieio me rigni-oi l eran    of    Wor)d    war    n    and    a  J impeachment trial.    running    through the    -----------------  ho dodged questions    on     proccss    in a day   change    ana Larry viers, 40uu f ora    iLegion    post    and    the    Lins    ciuD.iw    n e t    h e r the “constitutional     caia nnl ,iH Ko h  Dubuque (17)    7.5, no change    enue  Davenport    (15)    4.8,    no    costs  sellers in five states.  fined $30 and costs. Intoxication Robert Wol  whole  Naso, not his clients, were being favored.  He said that if and when the! ----  be able to receive acquisition Cot/p/© TqKBS  Vol-!    t    t    nff*    \TrQ    mvI    IU well ii ciiiu a j  Guttenberg (15)    4.3,    nolverton, 3120 Pebble drive SW, smUh alleeedKmade^a left turn  mcmber of  Hanford American But ho dodged questions onj^^  in ‘7“ da 'v, and others cwjf from the city. Because a    Rental Auto.  and Larrv Viers, 4600 Ford av-[ m [Legion post and the Elks club. w h e t h e r the “constitutional *  id it could  ^  done in h()Urs  condition of rezoning at Hardi-    ixcimui nuiv,  NW, each fined $20 andfront of Huron s car.    | He hgd attcndcd Nort h e ast Mis- process” might include invokingj but Speaker  ^ ri an d Chair-'Cardens is an easement for the  * * *    Isouri State college at Kirksville, the 25th Amendment, which sets  man  Rodino (D-N.J.) of the ju-| roa( k  be  continued, his clients  Roger L. Roeder. 17, of 3000 J He is survived by his wife, procedures for a Presdient to! Hi  : arv  committee are resisting  wR l not be compensated.  —temporarily step aside if unable!  such  ^3^  pruning 0 f the     Uq1   change  Keokuk (16) 3.3, fall  Two Wallets  Iowa Deaths  West Union — Maurice Sulli-1 street SW. suffered lacerations; Dorothy  Cedar at C R. (13) 3.77, rte*| van, 86. Thursday at 2 at Burn-[to the back and head at 4:08; Services: Pending at Turner|to carry out the duties of office, schedule  Coralville Lake  Pool level Wednesday . 680.83  Births — St. Luke's  Aug. 6 — To the familic Vincent McMurray, 1639 1 2 E avenue NE, a son; Hint Murphy, Mt. Vernon, a daughter; Francis Nan Deusen, Van Horne, a son; Stanley MeGaf-fee. 125 Redwing road SW, a son: Thomas Van Berk urn. 1860 B avenue NE. a daughter; Ken-neth Sand. Walker, a daughter; 156. Thursd* Rogpr De Moss, 700 Thirty-fifth ven’s. Burial: street, Marion, a son; Larry Oskaloosa.  ham and Woods.    p.m.    Tuesday    in a two-car colli-.chapel east. Friends may call at  Waukon— Robert Kugel 64.; s i° n a f th e  intersection of Turner east after ll a.m.  Presbyterian ch U roh M?rtm! Four ' h     ^<1    Tenth    street    Thursday.  Brothers’.    SE.    He    was    treated    at    Mercy!    -  Waukon — Alma Fitzgerald, hospital.    Murvihill    Infant  of 87. Thursday at IO at St. Patrick’s. Burial: Mt. Olive t. Martin Brothers’.  Martelle — Ralph W. Conley,!driven b\ 70. Friday at 1:30 at St. Paul’s [of IOU Lutheran church. Visitation at I collided Goettsch’s after 7 Wednesday.  Brooklyn — Harlan McClure,  (he senate should conduct an , ttee Rcp Hutchlnson   Roeder was injured when the; steflani Lee Murvihill, 3-day-" a  °    '     1X0     *' 1 " h     '  car he was driving and a car old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 tn 11 ne rt ‘ »  A man and a woman, using  Acting Mayor Hal Schaefer  S f 0 ] en  identification, Tuesday said the council will check the !ren { ed a car and S | 0 j e a  wallet After a meeting between lead- i  r °ad controversy with the legal  owned  by  a c i er k  a f the rental  Senate Democratic Leader!-*    cS'cT.he’    "  Mike Mansfield said Wednesday I ^    -----  Try Nixon Anyway?  Democratic Leader  01 s .  >y Josephine F. Jilek. M, stephen Murvihill, 1420 Oakland    ^  Thirty-fourth street NE,  ro;ld KE .  died  Tuesday. She was & “1^,  R-  Mich.), it was tentatively agreed to try to confine consideration to the week of Aug. 19.  Loitering Law Passed in C.R.  The first theft happened about IO a m. Tuesday when the pair took a wallet containing $4 and identification owned by Robin McCormick. 16. of 2704 J street  "This matter has gone on too,     atl „     1U    an   A new ordinance dealing with; SW. Miss McComnck, an tin-loitering was adopted by the pl°ye of the Holiday Inn. 2501 city council Wednesday, and Williams boulevard SW, was at  nanan mc^.ure,    -    ,    ,        ---    kl* t    will become law when officially I'work in the laundryroom when  ay at I at Nevenho-  with  driving through a stop sign parents are the grandparents.  gjving a  ^ ona i  view He said  /-/y e  NlXOH I Opes published Friday.    she was distracted.  a1: Forest cemetery, | af ter she allegedly failed to stop J Betty Lorraine Murvihill. Val-[ tbc senate wou id doci d e what to WASHINGTON (UPI) — A! The council approved the ordi-1 The pair then went to Avis  Police charged Mrs.  ried to its ultimate conclusion,’ ,    ^   n  l  c  r     .    he told reporters.    JaWOTSkl GQTS  Jilek Surviving in addition to her  for a red traffic light.  Births — Mercy  Vrnenga. 275 Twelfth avenue Ladora — James C. Seaverns,  SW, a daughter.    177,  G f Viroqua, Wis. Wednesday  at 2 at Readstown, Wis. Burial:  Thursday at 1:30 at Marengo Aug. 6 — To the families of [cemetery. Harrison’s.    _  Vinton — Herman -J-1help in persuading   2 ' \ Nixon to raise federal milk  at  >f Christ. McAninch’s, Victor.  —Cyprus—  (Continued from Page I.)  Gary Crosby, IIJI Bever avenue SE, a daughter; A I v a Hunter, jr., 1270 Twenty-second avenue SW. a daughter.  Out of Town Births  At Camp Springs Md. — Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. MrGiverin. a  son Aug 4. McGiverin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.  McGiverin. 2603 Glen Elm drive NE.  Marriage Licenses  Thomas Oakley and Sandra  Walters. Thomas Moore and    jq 000-man    Greek Cypriot nation-  Kim Bonsall. Rodney Hrdlickai ... r ,    ..    •  and Renee Pepin, all of Cedar a1 guard, rushed from Rapids. Richard Petersen and positions away from the battle Dornth y Barnes, both of j area.  Marion David Morris. Marion,    .    ....    ,    ..,    .,  and ValvrU- Stroud. Toddvillc.    I he    rood    was    littered    with    the  Steven Cilia. Marion, and Vicki smoking ruins of Greek Cypriot Huber, Cedar Rapids. Lee [trucks and armored personno -   Koelker and R( both of Dyersville  —Jacobsen—  (Continued from Page IA  President  paraiso, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bramwell, Dubuque.  Private cremation services, were conducted in Turner chapel east.  Memorial Services  Schrader, 76. Friday  White-Phillips’, Vinton.    .    ,    .    .    .     1(y71     ...    ..    . ..  Ladora - Henry Begunck, price supports in March, 1971 Wall. Mrs. Arthur -10 a.m.  70. Friday at 2, United Church In response to questions by, thursday in the Janeba-Kuba  Jacobsen denied that his  in a  fighting on the island since the from cease-fire agreement.  Tho defenders, members of the  any other promises except those letter of understanding Deputy Special Prosecu-  will follow. The be opened after the service  Wegmann,j  carr j ers  (bat had been hit by Turkish shell fire. Cypriot gun-Fires    ners hooked their weapons to  Flush gas- trucks and fled to !he rear.  4:07 p.m. Tucsi oline at ail port.  8 25 pm. Tuesday Children  2 0 YEARS AGO East Ger-PU,in* «ill. n.atrh« at 1311    communists accepted  rent h street    r  1109 p.m. Tuesday. Flush President Eisenhowers food gasoline at accident at Six- offer to flood victims.  Get into tho want ad habit, tor Henry Ruth.    Want    ads    help    you sell, buy or  That letter, essentially a deal rent quickly. Dial 398-8234, to drop the savings and loan their case and possible perjury prosecution in return for the Austin man’s guilty plea and testimony against Connally, was dated May 21, 1974.  Although sources had said weeks ago that Jacobsen had tentatively agreed to such a deal, it was not confirmed officially until he actually entered his plea and the letter was released Wednesday.  Mansfield emphasized he was  said  at to 1  _______________  do if this question arose.    federal    judge Wednesday turned nance on its second reading.; Rent-a-Car, 815 Fifth avenue SE  The Democratic leader said lover to Watergate special pro- then waived the requirement The clerk. Linda Dixon, 2326 there was precedent for his | S ecutor Leon Jaworski tapes of [that it be approved on three Upland drive SE, told police the  woman displayed Miss McCormick’s driver’s license when renting the car.  Mrs. Dixon told police the woman apparently took her wallet containisg $105 from her purse when she and the man went to check the mileage on the ear the pair rented.  The ear ras not been returned, police said..  view. He said an impeachment five of 64 presidential conversa- separate occasions, trial had been conducted involv- tions that the supreme court or- The ordinance makes it un-! ing a federal judge after the [der*! 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