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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NA1I0NAI WI AlHI It SMVICI lOtlCAST t* 7AM IM Louis L. Bishop Columbus Lee School Director Suit Dismissed In Linn Court Hic Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., August I1974 Louis L. Bishop, 78. of 510 A Columbus Lee, 92. of 511 Ninth avenue NW, died Monday after avenue SE, a Cedar Rapids resi-a short illness.    dent    48 years, died early Mon- j tablishment of seven Born Jan 6, 18%, in Dyers-    day following a long illness. districts is not to be included on J Ville, he spent most of his life in    Born Oct. 30, 1881, in Charles- tbjs September’s school election Cedar Rapids. He was a    ion, Ark., Mr. I Ate was a retired ballot ruled Linn district Judge'10    make    coast    8uard    horns I member of St. Patrick’s Catho-1employe of Newman’s depart-J Ansel Chapman Monday    10    ^e    Milwaukee    harbor    less lie church and the American men! store and was a member A    .Jgrating to the musically sensi- Fog Horns Stir Complaint From Symphony Director involving cs-! MILWAUKEE (AP) — No oneiwere considering tests to muffle director*8 g0*n8 to accuse the coast I the noise of the horns on shore, guard of having a tin ear. Officials are considering tests lOWISI UMntATUMtVs-v    I *ki X\ NtWOKlt AWO    # MIAMI 11 OI MD- ......... Legion and was retired from the of Mt. Zion Baptist church proposal is going lo accuse me aurei | ui “We have several options,” he said. “We could also try to change the characteristics and dim the power of the horns. But we would have to warn the marine public of this and make A petition had been filed in district court by Theodore tive. Quaker Oats Co. He was mar- Surviving are five daughters,    ,Ypain    ^kina    The Great Foghorn Debate*-sure it doesn’t hamper safety ried to Edmere Harman on Aug. Nina Mac Woodson, Cedar *    a    \    A*    wa*s touched off when Kenneth for boaters.” IS, 1964    Rapids. Nellie Dickson, Mar-    '»‘h*    Schermerhom. director of the-- is caret Hr:,,ii Rnhv Creieh.or b»»rd * Prol>“al 0n.the .!Ch°°l Mtlu,a„t,„„ Svmohonv oreh,.,. add on to hts garet Braztl, Ruby Creighton    ^school    board    p|a„’Milwaukee Symphony arches- I anus G., De*-and Lance Jones all o St.    establishment    of    *ra'    complained    that    the    og ree sisters, Etta Paul; four sons, Tony, Henry, ..    .    .    Ihr„„    horns    were    droning    at    the four director districts and three    ,    ,    . at-large director seats, with all wrong tempo and volume' jerans arc “not just a digit in a directors being elected at-large, Schermerhom, who lives in an J computer system that some- on we ainu rotoc ast €> gtA ,H SNOW /J SHOWE *S ’N flow mm Surviving in wife is one son ington, Ky.; tin Kitch and Mrs. Peter Reiter, J and Roy, of Cedar Rapids, and both of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Joseph IL, Newport, R. I ; 24 Edward Marold, Dyersville; two;grandchildren and 12 great-brothers, Gene, Marion, Ohio,; grandchildren, j and James, Cedar Rapids. | Services: Mt. Zion Services: Wednesday at 9:301 church at 3 pm am. at St. Patrick’s Catholici Burial: Oak Hill. Friends mayjthat if both proposals were pose of the whole community I church by the Rev. Joseph call at Turner chapel east until placed on the ballot, “untold I Schneider. Burial: Oak Hill. Vi-j9 p.m. Wednesday and at Mt. questions would arise faster —Ford— (Continued from Page I.) “Untold Questions” Rain is expected Monday night in the Dakotas, the upper and mid Mississippi valley and from northern Florida northward through Georgia and into the Carolinas. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. —Cyprus— (Continued I rom Page I.) The Weather High temperatures Sunday, low terr peratures overnight and inches of precipitation : 70 S3 L. Angeles 82 83 86 67 .20 Miami    90 77    .42 Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston 85 6) 74 70 93 62 76 53 91 78 95 80 Min'apolis 81 58 N Orleans 92 71 .77 New York 86 66 Phoenix 108 84 Seattle 67 S3 .01 Washington 87 72 Jacquelyn Brummer Jacquelyn l/tuise Brummer, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Florus R. Brummer, 1673 Eighth .    ~    .    i    ...a    i* .    (Street    NW, a lifelong resident of Magistrate s Court    li -    (    ia{ 1(< •* vtarjCedar Rapids, died in Universe Speeding - Gary Vlcko, 2044 ««•.«• su™«'d * H ,y hospitals at Iowa City Sunday D street SW; fined $45 andj“"( B°»> -re evacuatedl[o}||()wi|„g a brje( i|lnes/ costs Raymond Honey, !300!10 Belrut- earller 'n the Cyprus area overlooking the Lake Mi-j times goofs.” ehigan port, said in a letter to I n. warned however that with Zion Baptist In dismissing Reynolds’ peti-the coast guard that the horas(Americ*n    tirir its f>co- I. Thursday, tion Judge Chapman indicated “disturb my repose and the re-    jife    »»    h Wf)ll|d not hesi- liVinnHs maulthot if aah    uinro______r .u.     ».    inomiclite, he would not Hesi tate to veto any bill, including He    said his main gripe is    the    the    pending    veterans    education gil    prayer    service    Tuesday    at    Zion Baptist church    from    IO| than they could    be intelligently!^^ volum{ of tht    tw0    bill    to    control    inflationary    ex- I 7:30 p.m. by Father Schneider j am. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday. The! aaswered ...”    h i    I    d at    the    Teahen    funeral    home    casket will not be opened after    chapman    recognized the;    iLmXrvT^«ecnnds I whore friends may call Tuesday:,he service.    'hoard’s authority lo Submit    StZ A A    -I    I    plan to the voters and ques-!    ||u„on Antoinette Pribyl    Boned the validity of Reynolds I I nptitinn    11    precludes    a    study    or per- Antoinette Pribyl, 90, of 2910^    •    iformance    of    music    and    inhibits Soutter avenue SE,    widow    of    The petition had only 85 signa-j^y^    certain occupations,    for that I cesses. from 2 to 9 p.m. before the crisis broke out there July 15. Davies’ wife had died a w- -    .    I    ,    I_____ _______P occupations, Anton Pribyl, died Saturday fol- tar®5* whereas (.hapman^ rule” example piano tuning,” he said. The maestro told the coast lowing a brief illness.    that signatures of one-third of Born June 13, 1884, in Chica- the school district’s voters, or go, she had been a resident of about 20,000 persons, were re-Cedar Rapids since 1952. Mrs. J quired. Pribyl was a member of All    District    Stability “Open to Compromise” “I am open to conciliation and compromise on the total amount authorized so that we can protect veteran trainees against the rising cost of living,” the President said. Ford reiterated his commit- Tvventy-first avenue NW; fined crisis. C. R. Weather Born Aug. 7, 1961, at Wa-1 Saints Catholic church.    I    ,nnii,    ,    , I n ,l military f nnt a jtarloo, she was graduated from' Surviving are two sons, Ed-    aP ac $40 and costs. John HunL 296^ ^ Turlock    ithe seventh grade at Roosevelt ward F., Cedar Rapids, and junior high school last spring. She was a member of St. Pa- grandchildren; trick’s Catholic church.    i    grandchildren and Surviving in addition to her j great-grandchild tbaF “I suppose we’ll do something it would be ••burdensome" t0 about it_,_” said Cmdr. Earl Sulli- Fifth avenue, Marion; fined I can-built Turkish tanks knifed $35 and costs. Edmund Carr, south of Nicosia Monday in a 1639 • D avenue NE; Dennis drive to isolate the capital in defiance of the U.S. A Greek „ T v calif- ova I obtain that many signatures onj''a'1' Nothing is definite yet, George T„ Venice, Calif . ^five^    gut    he    ^    (hat    (hc    but    we    ve    had    other    complaints. guard he realizes the horns are blent to a strong national denecessary, but pled for changes lense, warning that he would to make their basso bleatings “offer no temptations” to poten. more musically palatable. Ital adversaries who watch U.S. readiness. He pledged that “just America will maintain its High Sunday .................Jandik, 1510 First avenue NE; I/)W overnight ...............68    Jerry Wenzel, 1001 Fifth ave- .    01    nue SE; Lloyd Davis, Fairfax; Noon Monday ................si    R0gcr Vileta, Elberon; Priscilla •* n ni      SH    B u r n c 11, Lisbon; Charles j month    of    fierce    fighting. ..........None    Kw^F^rta^fvTvUn ilo^er'’-    The    ^esman    said the vie one Cypriots spokesman reported 16,000 dead and wounded in a 2 p. Ill....... Precipitation parents are three brothers, David. Cedar Rapids, and Michael and Nicholas, both at Services; All Saints Catholic church at 10:30 a rn. Tuesday by the Rev. Edmund J. Becker. great- 'egk<dature had stability of -~u-district organi~"*:''~ when the law as nuclear deterrent strength, we and will never fall behind in nego- none quite like this one, the'school district"organization re studying the probiem." Jtiations to control and hope- Total for August ...........6.91    mann,    2341 Thompson street,    „*>.««*:, a..u ..c.    »...    —     - -- Norm ti for August    0    97    SE;    ?,utnov^; ,52??- E a.ye“ as jTiemb^'^ of the outnumbered grandparents Mr. and Mrs.lther Becker at 7 p.m. Monday Normal tor August .........~    y    nue    NW;    Kevin Vik, Hiawatha; and outgunned Cypriot national c,1)n„nai,    Ut    TumorPad tims included civilians as well Normal through August ...23.16 Jeff Stone, 1750 Edgewood drive NE; Don Burrows, 1040 I etal for 1974 ..............38.40; Clifton street NE; George Barometer, rising .........30.04 Washington 325 First avenue ~ SSE; Merlin Hultman, Hiawatha; Humidity at noon    77 0 Douglas Comreid, Hiawatha; Rickie Danford, 1150 Twelfth sun Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., SE at 6 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, 6:19; sets, 8;00. Year Ago Today — High, 89: low. 66; rainfall none. Traveler’s Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck  Cloudy 79-52 Chicago .........PtCldy    91-74 Cincinnati .........Fair    88-70 Cleveland.........Fair    86-64 Des Moines  PtCldy    96-68 Detroit Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee .. Mpis.-St. Paul Omaha .........PtCldy    92-73 St. Louis . Sioux Falls street, Marion; Steven Frink, route three, Cedar Rapids; Tracy Langguth, Palo; each fined $30 and costs. David Fischer, 332 Jacolyn drive NW: Gary Hucke, 1808 Jana home; two sisters, Teresa and Burial: St. John’s. A prayer ser-Kelly, both at home, and her I vice will be conducted by Fa- outgunned Cypriot national Hugh Sweeney, Waukon. guard. He made no mention of Services: St. Patrick’s church Turkish losses in the fighting. at 9 a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Turkish armor, artillery arni Martin Laughlin. Burial: St. swept across Nicosia SJ j0hn’s cemetery. Friends may at Turner chapel east. was He said district coast guard fully reduce this threat to man-officials in Cleveland had seen kind.” infantry swept across eurasia s|John.s cemetery Friends may|    ™    TTV    T‘    ,TZ!I    Hum’    one 01 lnu seven men he woul(l sign a veterans bill southern approaches this morn- ca|| , Turner west w(,cre the merly of 1415 B«ver av*n“ ®E' wl,h sch°o1 bodrd action. They who p|ed guilty or were convict- that would provide a 23 percent ins in a drive to cut the cam- r,  _a a lifelong resident of Cedar are to urge voters to reject a (1a in thp original Watprpato' inneimen in mnntki.. George A. Chambers George A. Chambers, 87, for- a lifelong mg in a drive to cut the capi-i Rn„arv win tars lifeline links with the Medi-    Mond    bv Father Laugh-!RaPids'    died Satu^ay in a local terranean sea.    ;jjn    nursing    heme    following    a    long Ned Capital    _    ,    _    ^Born    Oct.    18, 1886, in Linn Cypriots of Greek origin fled    Mrs.    led I timer in mind P hTnoted that the option of a|Schermerhorn’s complaints and    -Good    Will" petition, even    if it required    Noting that “peace and se- some 20,000 signatures,    did    eurity require preparedness and allow for some direct action    by    (Continued    from    Page    I.)    dedication,” Ford added, “good the voters.    --- will must never be misconstrued Chapman noted there are four length    criticism    of    television as a lack of will.” avenues of    recourse that    news reporting    but    no informa- members of a    school district    • Bon concerning    Rockefeller, could adopt when displeased    Hunt, one of    the    seven It had been expected that Ford might announce here that men he would sign a veterans bill urge voters to reject a ed in the original Watergate!increase in monthly payments proposal on the ballot, follow brea^n casC) termed a “total; for veterans attending school un-admimstrative appeal    proc®- absurdity”    recent reports that I der the GI bill. The measure dures before resorting to the Ufoe boxes had contained evi-!has been approved by senate-courts, follow petition procedure dcnoe tbat Rockefeller had fi-| house conferees and was excounty, he was married to Lena or “seek to elect to the board nanced demonstrations at the pected to pass both houses this -n    A *»A 1019 •«    tbose candidates who think the: Democratic! national convention week. way they do.” drive SE; Robert Squires,.    ,    , Toddville; each fined $20 and the capital by the thousands as RUth Marguerite Turner, 79, Friis April 30, 1912, in Cedar costs.    | the Turkish    ring closed, joinings    804 Oakland    road    NE, widow I Rapids.    Mr. Chambers    was a Intoxication — James Short,! more than    100,000 refugees in of    Ted Turner,    died    Sunday fol-|member of Trinity United    Meth- 34 Nnrtheato drive NE: for- the citieSt mountains and forests I lowing a brief illness.    odist church and was a retired A resident of Cedar Rapids!employe of Collins Radio Co. and costs. I In Washington, Defense Secre- and vicinity most of her life, she! Surviving is a brother, Harry, Driver’s license violation — ,ary Schlesinger Sunday ac- bad been a public school teach- Cedar Rapids. Don Burrows, 1040 Clifton cused the invasion force of ej> (bjs vicinity in her early] Services: Turner chapel east  PtCldy 87-641str-oet NE; George Washington,!going too far and hinted at a jjfe    at I 30 p.m. Wednesday by the andnUcoS*E:Cartecutoff in US military Born Nov. 12. 1894, at Norway,|Rev. Warren L. Feller. Burial; " Ptr dv OI 881 Highan, 3050 Wcnig road I    . • ptcidv 90-65 pat Lesmeister,    2504 Linwood! His comments failed to halt Westminster P    r e s    b y t e r ian call at    Turner’s until    I    p.m. |said she gave him the idea. He 'street SW; each    fined SIO and [growing    anti-American fen in 1972, 2024 Northgate drive NE; for-Hlfsifth street SK?'toed'S25CJT™*; Ford s comments here, indi-However, two knowledgeable leafed, however, that he is still 'Capitol Hill Republican sources looking for some anti-inflation-i told the Associated Press that ary cuts in veterans’ measures 'chances were growing that nei-]and perhaps in the huge defense .    ...    ther Rockefeller nor Bush, the budget as well. UnCf    11 Ty'    Republican national    chairman1 -rf we can send men thous. DALLAS (API - She said he I    ,T    ands    of    miles from home to FakenProsti+ute Test Case; Man Is Po Mrs. Turner was a member of'Cedar Memorial. Friends may brought up money and sex. He Grn^hciTdnve sw! P01^ six ^Tsons    in    the    a    member    of    El    Kahir    auxiliary, .PtCldy 92-70!costs-PtCldy 96-61 I No life^ Coralville Lake    I fined sfoaitdSSS!'    ' la,cst Athens march to protest Gethsemane While Shrine, and Pool level Monday 695.09 Faulty equipment _ James U.S. policy toward Cyprus    past    president    of    Linn County . , Jarvis, 272 Boice road NW;i Turkey offered “to start nego- Republican Women's club. Births — St. Lukes Robert DeBurn, 1600 Seventh:tiations at any moment,” but Surviving is a sister. Eva Aug. 17 - To the families of avenue SE; R^ert Doubek Greece refused to revive the Krueger, Cedar Rapids. Bradley Ross, 149 Thirtieth *10 and ^osts '    ‘    collapsed Geneva talks until the Services: Turner chapel east Richard Ross!5 2560 Twenty-’ Reckless driving - Randall J" vast .on force pulls back to at 10:30 am. Wednesday by Dr. first avenue, Marion, a daugh-;Weeter, Springville; fined $35:lines held before last weeks jobn p Woods. Burial: Cedar Turner’s until I church and was a past-matron Wednesday. The casket will not was conservatives, would be picked. Baker, Weicker found guilty in the first jbe sources said those in con- fight in rice paddies, certainly we can send them back to school and to better jobs at O    O    J Av I ill I vil CHIU flu cl poul mem wti lf CUnvou« J, *    vww** V    j ^    o    J    IHC    oUUi    Lvo    ocllU    ll    HJO    I    III    hAHIA    D    p . • J *    .    • timent in Greece. Officials re- 0f cedar chapter, OES, and was be opened after the service. case testing the city’s use of attention include NATO Ambas- ’    1    e    rrcsl(lent    sald Memorial Services policewoman as a fake prosti- sador Donald Rumsfeld, a Ford tate    intimate who has been working THgV Bond Out Municipal Judge William Den- on the transition from the Nixon    '    ' Gov. Daniel! day at 2 p.m. in Kuba funeral j nison found Paul Rios, 21. guilty    administration; home east by the Rev William Friday under a new state law    Evans of Washington,    a    moder- B. Harnish. Burial: Linwood, which makes it illegal for either    aje without any    connection    with Friends may call at the Kuba ...... -    **—    * rune i al home cast.  .....Bios    was    fined    $50.    j    administration    controversies; ter.    I and costs. Aug. 18 — To the families of! Traffic signal violation William Love.    1805 Fifth ave-    Terry    Reid, 1822 Central    drive nue SE, a    son; William    SW;    Dennis Sweaney,    1522 McKlree, 565 Central avenue,; Bever    avenue SW; Gene    Wie- Marion, a    son; Frederick    Penman, 1720 McGowan boule- Turkish air. sea and land drive. Humphrey. 1836 Seventh avenue SE, a daughter; Terry Mangold, 1474 Tenth Marion, a son; Gerald 135 Thirty-fourth street drive SE, a son. Tell Underground Help for Leary he would appeal, but Dallas controversial hooker decoy seemed to have cleared her first Brock of Tennessee. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Dr. Timothy Leary. America’s high Births Mercy Aug. 17 — Mr. and Mrs. Gary Irvcn, 3123 Coral lane SW. a son. Aug. 19 — To the families of Kevin Kramer. Newhall, a son; Robert Knout, 2050 Glass road NE, a son. Out of Town Births At Iowa City — Mr. and Mrs. William J. Neppl, a daughter Aug. 13. Mrs. Neppl is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S drive SE. At Iowa City — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wells, a daughter, Aug 4. Wells is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wells. Mrs. Wells is the daughter of Mrs. Myron r    p    -    t Pence. 1105 Sixth street SE, ICentcr    1    °mt. and the late Mr. Pence. vard, Marion; Douglas Falconer, Coggon; each fined $15 street,; and costs. Meter violation — Bi m r priest cf LSD, has “told all” to Juan Bautista, Calif and costs. Steven Kaiser! Ames: federal authorities in hopes of  ....... fined $45 and costs.    getting a quick parole. Right-of-way violation — The San Francisco Examiner Gloria Garner, 3720 Terrace I said Sunday that Leary de-Hill drive NE; fined $25 and gaited how the Weather l?n- j Memorial. Friends may call at Marines Remove Turners. The family suggests * n .    « r x i. that friends may, if they wish. r0iTOl tor (Nixon contribute to the Cancer fund. : CAMp PENDLETON, Calif. _ ii | . .    ,    (AP) — The marine corps has    . Donald J. Meyocks withdrawn its 28-man patr0| »dp bas had the job since June Donald J. Meyocks, 55. of San!from the boundary of former ■ l,aa    ,4 formerly I President Nixon’s San Clemente arres, _,°.f '? ,men’„:ncLud‘n* * Steal Car and Purse and Run party to solicit for prostitution. watergate and any other Nixon r .    *• -    *    —    10    j    cedar    Rapids    police    are pre- His attorney, Ron Merrill, said and three Republican senators, i Pfextradition procedures would anneal, but Dallas’ Lowell Weicker of Connecticut, ... sf00 time against a and Howard Baker and Rm Minneapolis couple who alleged- hurdle. Deborah Ann Gardineer, 26, costs. Derwin Elliott, 2729 Vir- |jrr0ronnH ant ihim nut nf iflil ginia drive SE; fined $10 andlde^round got him out ct jail cOSls    and then out ol the country in Vehicle control violation —1*1970.    Hagen of Van Horne. Russell Williams, 2621 Johnson Leary is now serving a prison Surviving are his wife, one avenue NW; fined $25 and term for escape and possession son Michael of California; of marijuana    three daughters, Mary Connal- Thc newspaper, in a copy-1 jy    Joyce    Pagei,    Giff,    111, right story which quoted un-!and Roxann Rielly, Gilleen, named sources, said the 54-year-old former Harvard psychologist plans to talk further to authorities when he appears before a federal grand jury in fined $25 costs. Iowa Dea+hs Tama — Glen C. Liston, iter of Mr. ana Mrs. am- -    —    .    rp.,tr ! Lcibsohn, 427 Parkland,Columbus. Ota* ^uraday^, 62, at ic (church. Rosary Wednesday at 8. Mason-Hand’s. Troy Mills — Carl L. Cress, 53. Tuesday at 2. Troy Mills, (Christian church. Murdoch's in■ Chicago of Hartwick and Cedar Rapids, estate, a spokesman said, died    Sunday    of    a    heart    attack.    A Camp Pendleton official He was a driver and trainer    of    announced    Sunday that the or- harness racing horses.    der ending    the patrol    had come He was born Sept. 5, 1918,    at    I two days earlier from    the Penta- Luzerne. On April 20, 1939.    he    gon. was    married    to    the    former June    The unit had patrolled the southern border of Nixon’s home, which borders the sprawling marine base, and was available to assist the secret service during Nixon’s presidency. Secret service agents continue So provide security for the former President. the night of June 27 when Rios encountered her about 12:30 am. Both the policewoman and Bios agreed he offered her $20, although he only had SI at the time. Marriage Licenses Stephanie Siefken and Stephen Ellestad, Mildred Roth-tncyer and Kenneth Rothmeyer. Kathryn Gill and Lonnie Chapman, all of Cedar Rapids. Susan Kinney and Steven Westerdahl, both of Greeley, Colo. Sharon Pullet, Cedar Rapids, and John Cordes, Strum, Wis. Dianna Stephenson, Center Point, and Dennis Gilchrist, Walker. Mary Grimm, Marengo, and Dennis Rachel Ie Cascade — Owen W. Howard. 60. Wednesday at ll, T i 11 -D i d e s c h ’ s, Cascade, where friends may call after 2 Tuesday. Kalona — Mrs. Alva there. (Mildred) G i tiger i ch, 69. j Wednesday at 2. East Union, Mennonite church. Visitation at Powell’s after 7 Monday. Toledo — Mrs. Sam Bryan, 78. Henderson’s. Victor — Frances Martin. 80. Wednesday at 10:30. St. Bridget’s Catholic church. Rosary —Bomber— (Continued from Page I.) other bomb had been planted Texas, a brother. Paul, Chicago; a sister, Mildred Nix, San Francisco. and 16 grandchildren. Services: Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the Sacred Heart church in Salinas, Calif. Burial in Queen.*' of Heaven cemetery near San Juan Bautista. The body is at the Struve and Laport funeral home, Salinas. Iy skipped town after being released from jail on bond. Joseph W and Jade Perry are being held by Alpine, Calif., officials after they were arrested there on a charge of larceny. The pair was extradited background checks on Bush had fr°m t.North Dakota jnT Juo<; 111m,o nntantiai nrnhinm after they were arrested June 23 in Mandan with a car allegedly Both Weicker and Baker served on the senate Watergate committee, where the Connecticut senator was the most outspoken Nixon critic. One of the sources said that turned up a potential problem. Newsweek magazine on Sun-.    „ ,    _    ,, day said Bush has "slipped s,olen ,n Ledar BdHs on June badly because of alleged ir-1 regularities in the financing ofi The argument was over why his 1970 senate race in Texas.” 18. Mrs. Perry was released from the Linn county jail on the lar- he made the offer.    „    ,    V71    ceny    of    a    motor    vehicle charge He says she was in the middle    one' rom ‘ ,xon‘ j July 29 when she posted IO per- of the street and motioned for The magazine quoted un- tent of a $5,000 bond imposed by him to come over    named    White House sources as Judge Robert Osinundson. “My buddy grabbed for her. saying there was “potential cm- Perry was released under the She said, ‘Don’t touch me for nothing.’ What does that mean to you?” She said she was standing in barrassment in reports that the same conditions on Aug. 6. Po-Nixon White Houte had funneled lice claim a few hours after about $100,000 from a secret Perry was released, he and his fund into Bush’s losing senate wife rented a car from Avis , ‘ ‘    ‘    0    .    'campaign    four    years    ago.” Rent-A-Car, using a stolen cred- I A/    r*    ii it    a parking lot when Bios and his Wrong    Car    Holts    friend, Moreno Gonzalez, drove    Newsweek    reported    the    ‘Icard and driers lice^e,    and C    Kl    J    in. She saic Rios got out, ap    sources said there were    indica-    d,s0 stoll! lhe Avis alundum    a hor    Nude    hiker    ,)roa(.hed h,.r a, she stood ab-    turns that about    $10,000    of    the    purse containing8105. JBSrS and asked me!money may not have been projv Bond for the couple w 1      ‘    ■    reported    as    required    " No Bombs Found No bombs were found at the airport or the bus, station Police said hamburger stands. Lincoln Marburger Lincoln lx>uts Marburger, jr., 31, of Columbia, Mo., died Sunday following a sudden illness. RICHFORD. N Y. (AP)-Afte finding little success with hts hmv much I charged " thumb, a frustrated hitchhiker doffed his clothes Sunday in hopes of attracting a ride. l/tndon Stock Glide crly election law. “That’s a damned lie James Bayless, Bush's county (Houston) finance chairman in 1970 “There is nothing irregular about George Bush in any fashion. There are absolute- McDonald, Watkins. Kacheiiej Tuesday at 8, McAninch’s. Pierce, Shreveport, La., and Donald Wilson. Springville. Fires 11:23 pin. Sunday. loves- „ ligate smoke sisliteil in area of Grande avenue and Eighteenth street SE. 3:31 ant. Monday Mistaken alarm at 3311 Pioneer avenue SE. Petition for Bankruptcy Merlin E. Heiberger, 404 Eighteenth street NE. and Barbara A. Heiberger, 2311 Bever avenue SE. Both claimed debts of $49,317. He claimed assets! of $800, all of which he claimed as exempt. She claimed assets of $3,600, all of which sin claimed as exempt. Kalona — V. Glee Dunlap, 76. Services were Monday at 2. Peterscim’s. Waukon Kathryn Farley, .8. Wednesday at IO, St. Patrick's Catholic church. Bakke-Hanson’s. Monticello - Mark A man, 59. Wednesday at ll, Immaculate Conception church. Visitation alter 2 Tuesday, Delaney's, where Rosary will be recited at H Tuesday. us Richard Spudaro, 25. of Now ducdnS "a'»">; ""e shifting I    ..    ...    funds    out    of    London    and    into the I S to reports that Arab oil pro- this report." un,, nut,nos were sh,ft,no    chambers    of    Houston, LONDON (AP) — Prices continued to slide on the London ,dde *ie impacted was ajstock market Monday, hitting Born May0!? 1943, in Dubuque. Tioga county sheriff’s patrol car.(heir lowest point since October newspaper offices, sporting | he was married to Janice which promptly took him to 1958 Dealers attributed the drop j”' uncquivoca„y no gr()Unds for arenas and theaters were also Brown Oct. 4,1960, in Marion. (court. The hitchhiker, identified  ......... targets of bomb hoaxes.    I Surviving are four dought Tne Saturday explosion at a |iaura, Carmen and He....,    „    ..    „    ff. trucking company injured five Cedar Rapids, and Ingrid. Co-;Wk ty’ o!d w g 0 persons and caused an estimat- lumbia; two sons, Phillip, Cedar!0®1*8’ tie took off his clothes to cd $5 million damage.    Rapids, and Lincoln, Columbia, attract a woman driver Spadaro was sentenced to 15 days in jail and fined $100 for disturbing the peace. as re-set at $5,000 each, without the IO percent provision, Monday by - sald Judge Louis Schultz.. Harris! It Pays To Advertise Mar- The fire department ruled out j and his mother, Helen Rasim’s connection with the burger, Maquoketa. Back- trucking company blast, saying! Services: Turner chapel west it was caused by benzoyl perox- Friday at 1:30 p m. Burial: ide, a flammable chemical that Cedar Memorial. Friends may may have leaked from plastic call at Turner West after 5 p.m. containers.    Wednesday. Ford Pilot CHICAGO (AP) President Ford Monday designated Lt. Col. Lester C. McClelland as his official pilot. Bush's 1970 state finance chairman, also denied the report, although he conceded that Bush received money from a fund in Washington. Bush could not be reached immediately for comment. Hthf Cf filar (RupitU (Jhnct+f Established in 111] bv The boiette Co Ona published dally and Sunday at SOO Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids. Iowa 52406 Second class oostooe paid at Cedar Rapids, iowa. 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