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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NATIONAL WI ATHER SflVICt fOttCAST to 7 AM fit ft -I* ~ M  c.R.Council May j W o fire Hurt  Vote Wednesday On Zoo Election  The city council may decide Wednesday whether to place bond issue to build a new zoo on the November general election ballot.  In C.R. Mishaps  -Nomination—  (Continued from Page I.)  No serious injuries resulted from fin accident early Tuesday  and  tells  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., August 20. 1971    3  Jaworski Probing Use of  beffoverFunds by Nixon  presides over the senate does what the President him to do.  ai •    j    1    j    '    1    “I    will    look    forward    to    that)    .    , , „    ..    ...    .  ^ morning or an accident Monday i unit of sprving him jn ] WASHINGTON (AH)- A fed-,Bie attorney-cl.ent privilege in  afternoon, both involving pas-1 a jA , J^. jf ( , ;m b(l usr f u j to! f!r£d  8 rand  J ur y  ls  investigating seeking to quash the summons senger cars.    „     Rocke f e || er    saic j    |    whether    political    campaign    con-for their records.  Edward A. Scheer, 29, of Gree- ,/ ,  f     .Unbuttons    were    used    for    the    per-    tic non  The Hawkeye Zoological soci-jw Colo, was stopped at a stop    ,?    . 1(!r sald he    hadl no de-    ^gj ^nefit of former    Pres-  ety has asked for a Nov. 5 refer-j|jM ht wb / n a ca , } WM1; „ driven     3  f understanding    with bord     jdent Njxon an(j hjs    frjend     Assistant    special    prosecutor  end urn on a $3 million general  west m  p irst  avenue east by     aS to exact y  what he    will be as-    Q, ar les “Bebe” Rebozo.     1>aa l    Michel    said in    an affidavit  obligation bond issue to finance  Kristi U){1 Higby  23, of 2102| S1 ®^  t0  , °  3S VICe ' pre _ S,de  j  nt _J    Special Watergate Prosecutor |that    he had     information that at  construction of a zoological gar- Eighteenth street SW, hit his car  den, and a special one-mill levyi from the rear police mk{  to pay the garden’s operating expenses.  rho role of a vice-presidentjaworski disclosed the in-| ,east scven  different bank accounts were used by Rebozo’s  The accident happened at First avenue’s intersection with Last week, the council asked Tenth street. Rigby was in good lor more information. They|condition at St. Luke's hospital j were specifically interested in  and wa3  charged with failure to whether the city’s adoption of;have control, j the home rule bill created legal    *    *    *  I difficulties in issuing the bonds. j n a  three-car accidJ.it Llcn-Fuesday, representatives of day afternoon, LaVonnc Guelda  quiry Monday in a legal paper ___  filed in U.S. district court. The!  y  Ihomas Wakefield and  op-| othcr  ’  totally depends on the Pres-j jident,” Rockefeller said. “If the 1   j President wants to use h™.  document was submiUed (0 op -other lawyers in his firm to pay wonderful. If he doesn t, fine.     c .ff orts    by     Rebozo’s    atter-     or     “8 oods     and    services provid-  Rockefeller said he does ex-ificyg to dismiss several prosecu- ^ d  ^ personal use of I ped to go on the campaign cir- tion subpoenas for their records.  Mr ,{ebozo and  others.” jcuit for Republican candidates;  Tbe  grand j ur y s probe  j s an  Michel said records indicate  extension of an investigation of 1    # aV€ ;    Wakefield more  Rebozo’s financial transactions!  aa     IM bills to de-  bv the senate Watergate com- P° sd and  ^ a ^  a ^° u f the same  tin  this fall.  Contacted Saturday  Rockefeller said the President  TO    \)  UTI WI Aint* I OIOC ASI ®  Rain is expected Tuesday night in the middle and upper Mississippi valley and the middle Atlantic states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.  charges; fined $15 and costs oni each charge.  Right-of-way v i o I a 11 o n— Claester Kennedy, Hiawatha;] fined $10 and costcs.  Driving on wrong side Raymond Aldridge, IGOI Eighth street SE; fined $15 and costs.  Driving left of center line — Gary Frazier; Hiawatha; fined $15 and costs.  zoological .society said bond : Carson, 56, of 5912 Underwood  fjrst contacted him  directly Sat-  mitte(   In its final report last  amounl then was s P ent  “ mostly   ing attorneys have indicated the drive SW, was eastbound on Six- ‘‘‘.j 1    "    h';/,    '' thi‘"white  mont h the committee said that!  r  ^improvements to homes oc-  legal authority exists, and there teenth avenue SW when a carl H     :    .j  h]i h  . .. nearly $5,000 in leftover 1968 copied ‘W /” r * Rebozo and  is no inconsistency between the driven by Carol Lynn Hatfield,     jons  ^  Rocke fe ller  money    (unto    was    laundered! ^  home rule hill and earlier legis- 27, of rural Donnellson, changed | bad  fj nanced  efforts to disrupt brough Rebozos Key Biscayne.!* ar ” ier  presidential compound lation regarding the referen-lanes in front of her catching ^,  1972  Democratic national*^ a, »  hank and used to buy a at Kcy Iilscayne >  f  * a -durn.    the    bumper of her car, police 1  convention    '    P a * r    d * amond  earrings that Michel said Rebozo apparent-  said.     ;     Nixon    gave his wife for her 60th ly didn t have sufficient cash  The Weather  Hlcih temperatures Monday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation  Anchorage 7151 — L. Angeles 78 65 — Atlanta    88    69    —    Miami    88 79    —  Bismarck    94    66    Min'apolis    88 70    —  Chicago    88 72    N Orleans 9172 —  Denver    91    64    .02    New York    90 69    —  Duluth    79    63    —    Phoenix 109 78    —  Honolulu    90    77    —    Seattle    63 55    —  Houston    96    80    —    Washings    83 67 1.37  Extended Forecast —* Partly cloudy Thursday through Saturday with a chance of rain about Friday. Highs, low 80s. Lows, mid 60s.  10:41 a.m. Monday. Fuel spill at Cedar Rapids airport.  11:27 a m. Monday. Lint in dryer at 220 Twenty-eighth street drive SE.  1:06 p.m. Monday. Ventilate smoke at 1510 Hinkley avenue KW.  7:34 p.m. Monday. Probable cigaret to davenport at 520 I  avenue KW.  Th ree Major Projects Set For Zone Unit  The Carson car swerved into  Rockefeller said Ford told  Lumir Ixtuis Burian, 47, of 132 Eighteenth street NW. The accident happened ’ in the 1900 Three of the biggest projects I block.  Cedar Rapids history werej Burian was treated at Mercy to go before the zon-j hospital for lacerations cf his p. ,,     dn S    committee    of    the city plan- left elbow and released. Hatfield  owa Deaths    ning    commission    Tuesday    after-    j    was    charged    with    improper  Anamosa —• Ronee Dunlap, noon.  20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. m Charles Dunlap, Fort Madison.    commission    was  Thursday at ll at United Meth- duled to review a site dcvelop-odist church. Visitation after jment plan for the proposed Wednesday at|Westdale shopping center. The center will be located on 88  P f. .him Monday night that he was he oncoming lane of traffic into  the chojce for  vice-president. the path of a car driven by  Krom thc tjme Richard N   birthday  Swimming Pool  in  scheduled  passing.  “from    any known    source”    to  I make    the deposits    other    than  I the $150,000 campaign contribu-Nixon in addition, the panel traced tions received from Howard 9, Rockefeller  m ore than $45,000 from Rebozo’s [Hughes and A. D. Davis from a    prime pros-    persona]     bank     account    to pay-; 1970 through April,    1972.  vice-presidential specu-    ment    for    a    swimming    pool    and  other luxuries at Nixon’s Key  Biscayne house.    "■“wyprUS' 1 ™"  Jaworski, claiming the trans- (Continued trom Page I.) actions were routed through ,  schc  10:30 Goettsch’s. tablished  Memorial fund c  88  C. R. Weather  High Monday.............  Low overnight ...............72  Noon Tuesday ...............81  2 p.m. Tuesday ............ 82  Precipitation ...............0.21  Magistrate’s Court  Speeding — Steven Ladage,  211 Twentieth street NE; fined Iowa City  $35 and costs. Merle Pillard, I Casey, 62. Funeral mass Thurs- wav 149 and Edgewood road SW Central City; Virginia Clark, day a. 9 at St. Wencedaus  and     Z t ,,i    t    i:  Bernard J. acres at the intersection of nigh-  Grant To Ask Jury Probe of "Mistreatment"  Total for August ........  Normal for August .....  Normal through August  Total for 1974 ..........  Barometer, steady .....  Humidity at noon ......  .7.12  ..2.97  23.16  .38.61  30.06  Catholic church. Burial: new .section of St. Joseph’s cemetery. Parish Rosary Wednesday at 7 at Donohue’s where friends may call after 6 p.m. Tuesday.  Tipton — Edith Willer Eiler, 82. Thursday at 1:30 at First  could eventually include four major department stores and about IOO small shops with Ll million square feet of retail space.  Als.o on the agenda are two  United Methodist church. Visi-.community development plans, taken to tation beginning at 9 a.m. I both in the form of rezoning Sunday.  requests.    j    The    sheriff    said    he  One, submitted by J.W  at Bakke-Hansen’s  Toledo — Mrs. Sam Bryan, 78. Thursday at 10:30 at First Un i t e d Methodist church.  Wednesday  Weather, Hi-Lo  Bismarck........Cloudy    72-49  Chicago ........PtCld.v    93-72    j  Cincinnati    ••.......Fair    90-69;  Cleveland ...  Des Moines . .  Detroit ......  Indianapolis .  Kansas City .  Milwaukee ..  Mpls.-St. Paul  Omaha......  St. Louis ....  Sioux Falls ..  Coralville Lake  Pool level Tuesday .    694.93  Marriage Licenses  course, near the tion of Blairs Ferry Council street NE.  all  Ma r t e 11 e ; Donald Dunlavv,  North Liberty; Leo Stephan,  3227 Parkview court SE;  Debbv Smith, Anamosa; Earl Winter, West Union; John Pease, 204 Fourteenth avenue SW; Dale St. Clair. LaPorte City; Eugene Keifer, 1664 First street NW; Myra Christensen,  [Fairfax: Michael Dundee. 2405 McCarthy road SE; James ! Evans, 40 Twenty-first avenue  fi o(r    SW; Tracy Miller. 301 Shelley  .     70     lane NW; Steven Meier, 1626 D  Wind direction    and    velocity at    avenue NE; Steven Earll, Hia-  2 p.m., vS at 14 m.p.h.    j Watha; Janice Engel, Iowa City;  „    .    ,    ,    . n, I Bradley Thompson, Robins;  Sun rises Wednesday, ®*21 t |Tom Atkinson, clear Lake; sun sets, 7:57.    Richard Gross, 814 Third ave-1    Burial:    Maple    Hill    cemetery    at  Year Ago Today   High. 84; nue SE; Michael Sion. 2503; Montour. Henderson’s.  in«- fin- infill    nrmo    Tanager drive NE; Wanda!    Fairfax    —    Paul L.    Petrik,    51.  ’  w '  ramidM -  nont -    Young,    Springville; Marie Pe- Brosh chapel    in Cedar Rapids,  Traveler's Forecast    Iterson, Alburnett; Todd Thursday at    1:30. Military  Twachtmann. Anamosa; Terry    services at graveside    by    the  Jensen,    1640    Gravel avenue, Fairfax American Legion.  Marion; Linda Livingston, 996;    ---  Third street, Marion; Jean;    j-  Bausch, 1610 Park Towne lune 1  ““■fcCOnOITiy  ■pC*« r  90-651N*  H  a  e  v  c ‘“ r  U c Ma Ma°Jton "otaSE I «Continued from Page I )  • ■ 'Fair M ; « iStog S ^rHIBvto a  dri£imembers and four advisers.  ‘ pi  a » on bo Marion;    each    fined $30    and  ’'-ro    costs. William    Sampson.    2910  • l s u rs  HTS Russell drive NE; fined $25 and,  ‘ costs . David Rickeis, SpringviD I The agency would conduct  To ^n°e ar pla”e de NE 1631 BfrniejP ublic hcarin 8 s on  inflationary Bowers, Walker; ’ Leonard; problems; receive reports on Halter, Iowa City; Sally Wal-    prices,    wages, profits, costs    and  jander; Atkins; David Hanke,    sales;    focus attention    on    the  Fairfax;    Jose    Chavez.    710  Fourth street SW; Wendy Foust.  J1241 Fifth avenue SE; Donna Ligia Kittleson and Ring I Monahan. 1255 Fourteenth ave-Wolfe, Theresa Steepleton and [nue, Marion; Richard Kofron,  Charles Dver III, Gail Parr and 1009 Thirty-seventh street,. .    ,  Melvin Baker, Elizabeth Bod- Marion; each fined $20 and I an d supplv in various sectors of dicker and James Hungerford.:costs.    the economy.  Patricia Fee and Daniel Bent-j Faulty equipment — Fred-j Senator Proxmire (D-Wi$.) ley, Joyce Eichhorst and BruceIerick Berg. 222 Fifth avenue  tried to add t0 the senate bill a  Young, jr., all of Cedar Rapids. SW; Michael Dundee, 2405 Mc- • .    „    ..    „    ,  Debbv Phillips, Decorah, and earthy road SE; Donald Haves,  rid r  directing Ford to make Gary'Schellhorn, Marion. Cath- route three, Cedar Rapids; cuts of up to $10 billion in the crine McFarline, Cedar Rapids, Robert Willits, 1416 Oakland current fiscal year’s $305 billion and Philip Akers, Central City.I road NE; Lecil Pierce, 1810 A hnfjopi submitted bv former  Shawnee. Weir. Cedar Rapids, avenue NE: Larry Clark, linoTresTdent Nixon    I    Bids    will    be    invited    Sept.    ll  and Tnomas Knutson. New Twentieth avenue SW; Ward    <•_    *    ♦    r    ♦    •    a  Ulm. Minn. Brenda Ford. Cedar 1  Hnuskins. 2003 Third street He conceded it would be hard  ,or  construction of a strippea-Rapids, and Dennis Canner, 1  SW; each fined SIO and costs.    to do this but declared the “rag-jdo^ri maintenance building for  Lisbon. Sara Kadera and Cleve intoxication — Terry Butler, ing inflation” demanded nothingCedar Rapids forestry de-Chamberlain, both of Atkins. Palo; fined $30 and costs. Ti- i(. sS     partment.  mothy Parks. IIG Sixteenth     1   However, several senators  Linn Sheriff Walter Grant caid Tuesday he will ask the grand jury to look into accusations that his officers mistreated Brett Johnson, 22, of 1734 Mt. Vernon road SE, when he was  resigned on Aug had been rated poet in lation.  His name and that of Republican National Chairman George Bush dominated the 11-day guessing game. Ford managed to keep his secret until the formal announcement.  Bush said the choice of Rockefeller was outstanding; that “one couldn’t find a man of more .stature and who possesses more administrative ability.”  Liberal  , ,, ,    _ .    , . women, children and elderly  rust accounts held by Rebozos  men who h ., d  ^ , eft m (he   'lawyers, said, The special  prosecutor submits that this information indicates that Mr. Rebozo used his attorneys’ accounts to launder political cam-(paign funds in their character.”  Rebozo’s lawyers have cited  'Empty' Senate Okays Greenspan  Rockefeller has long been identified with the more liberal wing of the Republican party, although he has in recent years taken positions more attuned to the county jail early ^ be  conservative viewpoint, par-  Wednesday at Sheets and Son's. I    " "'"i Th.'khoriff old ho wa. . n  ‘ Ucularlv  Problem* of crime'final vote to confirm Alan  Waukon Katherine Farley, 1  J ...    .     1    as    d P'    and welfare.    Greenspan as chairman of the  78. Wednesday at lo at St. Pa-! ^ ne * submitted by JAY. Dyer proached about the matter Mon- o ne  long-standing conserve- President’s Council of Economic ^     1     church.    Burial:    and    Waldo    Morris,    is    called    St.    I    day afternoon by a represent- y ve  grievance was his refusal to Advisers drew fewer than a  Mt. Olivet, Rosary Tuesday at 81 Andrews” and would be located' alive of Citizens for Equal Jus-  support Sen  Coldwater who dc- dozen senators to the floor.  in the area of the_Nort brooj* I**'  A    w    A     him for the G.O.P, nom-    Greenspan’s    nomination    was  golf course, near the mtersec- He admitted    his officers used  |inat j on in 1964 Rut as  Ford    approved on a    voice vote    Mon-  road and force en Johnson, but said the pondered his choice, conserva-! day  with the only opposition officers had to do so to subdue| tive  Republicans. Coldwater f rom  sen. Proxmire (D-Wis ),  nolnu    ilit! .    T h    .     4  .    .    .. !  amon S them, sent word to the     w h 0  complained of Greenspan’-  nearly 550 housing units, a golf Johnson had    been taken to    the white House that Rockefeller  course and numerous shops and. jail by Cedar    Rapids police    on i \yould be all right with them.  an intoxication charge, Grant! As they left the White House  con-  east coast port city when mast of the Greek Cypriots fled before the Turkish advance.  A U. N. economic team said  i.v-c jNicrosia was critically short of order to conceal .    .    ,     4     .  water, and several parts of the  city were without water because of broken pumps.  Davies was killed by sniper fire during a wild, anti-American demonstration by 300 to 600 Greek Cypriots who accused the U. S. government of siding with WASHINGTON (AP) - The Turkey.  The snipers were believed  named by Ford.  To Hold Hearings  stores.  The other piojcit is for 960 said, and started fighting with;after the announcement, condominium units on 71.6 acres'sheriff’s officers as «oon as po-1 sessional leaders of both par-south of the Westdale site. To be lice removed handcuffs from his ties indicated they anticipated developed by Bjornsen Invest- wrists.  men! Co, the area would also'___  have four swimming pools and    Orders    Airlines  32 tennis courts.    _    .    , _ .    _ ,  __ Protect    Pets Better  PtCldy 87-62 PtCldv 95-65 PtCldv 79-55  Coats Taken in Breakin, Burglar Etudes Officers  need to increase productivity; seek to improve collective bargaining and encourage price restraint; and analyze demand  WASHINGTON (AP) - The [Federal Aviation Administration has ordered airlines to take Linn deputies searched the steps to protect pets and other area around the Tack Room on animals transported by air. New  regulations require  ties indicated Rockefeller s confirmation.  “Experienced, Capable”  House .Speaker Carl Albert hails Rockefeller as “one of the most experienced and capable men in the country” and said “I think that Gov. Rockefeller will be confirmed.’’  Sen. Frank Moss (D-Utah). a  snipers  to be gunmen from EOKA-B, the Greek Cypriot terrorist force whose aim is to unite Cyprus with Greece and which helped to overthrow President Makarios on July 15.  Although hundreds of the demonstrators broke through the embassy gates and stoned the building and its U. S. marine guard, an embassy official said bullet holes showed that the shots came from rooftops or balconies of neighboring buildings. Davies and members of h I s  conservative views.  Greenspan, a New York business economist and adviser to more than IOO large corporations and financial institutions, will succeed Herbert Stein as head of the council. Stein is I    ,    ,  leaving to teach at the Universe-  a d  ^  r<d .4F e 1! J  a cor ' tv nr viroinia     r ‘dor outside his office. He was  ty of Virginia___________ killed by a bullet that went  .    ,    I    through his office and his secs  HUD Evaluation Team retary’s office. Another shot Is Expected in C. R. killed a Greek Cypriot secretary  I who rushed to the 53-year-old An evaluation team from the ambassador’s side.  federal Hpnartmpnt rtf hniicimrl  Mt. Vernon road east of Cedar Rapids for more than an hour early Tuesday for a burglar who partments have plenty of eluded them after they were and that their cages are  the carriers to assure that pets in cargo com-  air  se-  sent to investigate a breakin. curdy fastened to the cargo   .....department    of    housing I The U. S. embassy had been  member of the senate rules  and Uld)an development < HUD); t 0 i d  Cypriot civil servants committee which will consider! cx P c d e d in Cedar Rapids planned a protest demonstration, the nomination, said. “I think Wednesday to take a look at  and abo ut 30 or 40 unarmed  he’ll be delay.”  Senate  confirmed without any P ro i ec ^ s  funded in the last few Greek Cypriot police had been j years under HI I) programs.  seri t j n  response to its request  Republican Leader] * eam  * s  /J*®” 1   th  Reported taken in tho breakin hold. The cages also must be ..-: h - wi     icily    regional    HUD    office.    Simi  surrounded by webbing or parti- *i |J £h Stott said he hoped Rock-:, _ _________j  were ll leather coats. The value was not reported.  Bons to cargo.  protect against other  efeller could be confirmed in  Memorial Services  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 4.8, rise .2 Lansing (18) 8.1, no change Dam 9 (18) 11.9. rise Ll McGregor (18) 6.8, fall .1 Guttenberg (15) 4.1, fall .I Dubuque (17) 7.3, fall .3 Davenport (15) 4.7, fall .3 Keokuk (16) 4.1, no change  Cedar at C ML (13) 3.92, fall  .58  Births — St. Lute s  Aug. 19 — To the families of I). T. Kisling. 2121 Blairs Ferry road NE. a daughter; Bruce E. Kubik. 5101 Spencer drive SW, a daughter; Gregory Hoyslett. 1916 Western drive SW. a son; Keith T. Pedersen. 6702 Arbor lane NE, a son: Joe Fries. Mechanicsville. a daughter.  Sixteenth rd costs.  110  street NE; fined $25  Disturbing the peace  Frank Bauck, 1407 M s SW; fined $25 and costs.  Resisting an officer — Terry Butler, Palo; fined $25 and  Forestry Building  Bids Are Invited  Bishop, Louis L. — Wednesday at 9:30 at St. Patrick’s Catholic church by the Rev. Joseph Schneider. ^Burial: Oak Hill. Prayer service Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Teahen’s, where friends may call after 9 p.m. The city council allocated [Tuesday.  ar evaluations are planned for  35 to 40 days rather than the 55  s,aux  and Waterloo.  A city spokesman said the  j purpose of the evaluation is to  Leader ! see d any  P ro ^ ,ems  ^ a ve arisen the relationship between the  strongly opposed the propossl,1586’^ for the building, to be 1  ^turner, Ruth Marguerite root declaring it would encourage J locked  a t 2200 A street SW, but I     al  by      0 a l! p  presidential impoundments and|the only bid received earlier,woods. Burial:'Cedar Memori-  Births  Aug. 19 Craig  NE,  — Mercy  To the families of Mueller, 2050 Glass road son; Lincoln Johnson,  2325  Marie  Tw  *ntv-fourth  son  avenut  Out of  \t East  Town Births  Mr  Moline, III.  James Darby, a  daughter Aug. 19. Mrs. Darby is the former Marie Grunewald* claught t r of Mr. and Mrs. William Grunevvald, 1103 Harold  drive SE.  Fires  9:12 am. Monday. Faulty dryer at 2538 Country Club parkway SE.  Traffic signal violation -  John Lemon, Springville; Dennis Becker. Center Point; Bobby Walker, 913 Tenth avenue SYY'; Nora Sutton, 242 Illinois street SW; Henry Blanken-barger, Martelle; Alfred Overman, Dyersville; each fined $15 and costs.  Plate violation — Wendell Stepanek, route two, Cedar Rapids; fined $10 and costs.  Driver's license violation — Kevin Reed. 86 Seventh avenue SW; Marion Baumgartner, 1723 L avenue NE; each fined $20 and costs. Robert Willits, 1416 Oakland road NE; fined $15 and costs. Robert Willits, 1416 Oakland road NE; fined $10 and costs.  Improper registration — Geroge David, 2440 Tenth avenue SYY’; fined $20 and costs.  Vehicle control violation Kim Christianson, 612 Wilson avenue SYY':    fined $30 and  costs. Patricia Coats, 1284 Lincoln drive, Marion; Lewis Coughlin, 818 Nineteenth street SE; Mark Johnson, 1468 Tenth street, Marion; each fined $10 and costs.  Failure to follow truck route — Thomas Ritter, Hiawatha; fined $20 and costs.  Fighting — Steve Hepperle, 812 Third street NYV. two  this month was for $147,221.    ; a1. Mrs. Turner was the widow  The bid was rejected anti the of Zed Turner. Friends may specifications changed. The;  ca!l  i   at rurncr east -  building remains basically the i hambers. George a.  ...    .    ,    *    ,    Wednesday at 1:30 at Turner  same in thc version that goes up| chapel cast bv the Rev Warrcn   for bid next month, but clee- L. Feller. Burial: Cedar Memo-tricity, plumbing and heating rial. Friends may call at Turner  have been omitted.  The items can be added later. if needed, under separate contract and are not immediately necessary as the building is planned mainly for storage  let Ford set spending priorities.  The amendment was beaten,!  58 to 28.  Stanley Reaffirms Monetary Policy  DEXTER — Dave Stanley of:  Muscatine, Republican candidate for U. S. senator, real-; firmed Tuesday his refusal to take any money from pressure group*. He urged all candidates and parties to adopt the same policy.  Stanley made the statement near Dexter during his 800-mile; walk across Iowa to listen to Iowans.  “It is an ugly fact that special and grabbed two hostages in an interests use campaign con-escape attempt Monday night tributions to buy influence in permitted an injured hostage to congress. Any politician who be carried to freedom Tuesday, denies this fact is trying to He was identified as Den Sid-hoodwink the people.” Stanley well, one of two jailers seized by said.    the prisoners. Authorities said  — —-------- earlier he apparently suffered a  20 YEARS AGO    The    trea-    broken hip. There was no expla-  sury announced    that    the    govern-    nation of how he was injured,  ment went into the red by $2 T Ii e other hostage, Stall billion during Julv, first month Snitker, was believed un-  Jail Inmates Allow Release of Hostage  AMARILLO. Texas (AP) - A group of prisoners who took over two floors of the county jail  east until I Wednesday. The casket will not be opened alter the service.  Brummer, Jacquelyn Louise — Services were Tuesday at 9 at St. Patrick’s Catholic church by the Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: St. John's cemetery. Turner chapel west handled arrangements.  Pribyl. Antoinette Services were Tuesday at 10:30 at All Saints Catholic church by the Rev. Edmund J. Becker. Burial: St. John's cemetery.  turner ch* rangement: Hunting,  Matthew’s 10:30 ain.  Rev. A A.  Oak Hill. Friends at Turner chapel  east handled ar  John David  Catholic church  days it took for Ford’s confirmation  Senate Democratic Mike Mansfield called choice of Rockefeller "ex cellent.” Asked if attempt might be made to put off confir-! see  !   Pl .    . .    .    nrrtin  motion until after tions, Mansfield said, “Oh. no.  We have no intention of delay.”  Two hours after Ford announced his nomination. Rockefeller left the White House. He told reporters he was going to the state department to see Secretary of State Kissinger, then up to Capitol Hill to make some j “courtesy calls” on committee chairmen.  He said later tonight he would return to Seal Harbor, Maine, where he had been vacationing, to prepare for his new job. He said he probably would return to Washington "later this week "  Rockefeller said be had met with Ford and some assistants after his nomination was announced. 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