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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 N ADONAI WI ATMI N SIRVlCl fOtfCAST lo ?AM ISI » ~>A -74r  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Sept. 23, 1974  Ufl WtAtHf*fOTOCA$l#  Arthur W. Hanna  Arthur Willis Hanna, 63, of 3043Mi Leonard street NFL a Ce dar Rapids resident most of his life, died Sunday following a sudden illness. He was born June 27, 1911, at Anamosa and was married to Thelma F. Fair Dec. 14, 1938, in Cedar Rapids.  He was a member of Kenwood Park Presbyterian chur c h where he had been custodian for many years before retiring two  Woman Missing; Judge Might F o u I PI a y I s Set Ruling on Mother Charges Sex Bias  Not RuleiS Out Nixon Pardon In Central YMCA Program  Police are checking several leads    in    the    disappearance  Saturday of Beverly A. New-mire,    33,    of    4533 Fairlane  drive    NFL whose car was  found    in    the    May’s Island  parking area.  Mrs. Newmire was last seen at 3 p.m. Saturday walking in the vicinity of Second avenue and May’s Island.  Her car was found in the un-  WASHINGTON (UPI) - A federal judge said Monday that he might be willing to rule on the legality of the full pardon granted former President Nixon and the validity of the agreement giving Nixon custody of his presidential tapes.  At an hour-long hearing on  A complaint of sex discrim-j She said McDonald told her in at ion was filed Monday she could not substitute for the  against the Central YMCA and a member of its staff.  Dorothy Ross, 4508 Ozark  father and attend an organizational meeting.  “Three times he told me they  street NE, filed the complaint have a mother-daughter pro-with the Cedar Rapids human gram, and, three times I told rights commission. She named him that I don’t have a daugh-  years ago.  Surviving are a daughter,! derground garage with the Mrs. Paul Schwiebert, Mt. Ver- keys in the ignition, the door non; two grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. C. A. Dunlap, Cedar Rapids.  Services: Kenwood Park Presbyterian church at 3 p.m.  Wednesday by the Rev.  Lawrence Chamberlain. Burial:  Rain is expected Monday night over New Mexico and western Texas, northeastward through the mid plains, parts of the Dakotas and into the western Lakes as well as in southern Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.  Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Tuesday and at the church from IO a rn. until 2:55 p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service.  open, and with the gas tank  empty.  Police said a substance resembling blood was found on the front seat of the car. I laboratory tests will be conducted to identify the substance.  The possibility of foul play has not been ruled out, police said. The case is being handled as a missing person report, police said.  Mrs. Newmire was described as 5 feet 6 inches tall, white, with brown frosted  Methodist  hair, blue eyes and wearing a Gillette Rezab, 62, of Omaha, dark blue jacket and light Hilda j a former resident of Cedar blue slacks and blouse at the and a printer for the time she was last seen.  The Weather  High temperatures Sunday low tempt ralurcs overnight and inches of precipitation :  Anchorage  Atlanta  Bismarck  Chicago  Denver  Duluth  Honolulu  Houston  55 4 4 75 51 75 36 48 45  78 44 44 JI 87 75  79 65  High Sunday  2 p.m.     L. Angeles    9318      Miami    es 77 .07      Vinapolis    SO TV      N Orleans .    HO 63      New York    72 47      Phoenix    HV 70      Seat’Ie    B4 SI      Washington    74 50      Weather              .. 58          .. 33          49          63     false alarm at Fifth avenue and Nineteenth street SE.  5:15 p.m. Sunday. Unknown cause to trash container at 250  Sixteenth avenue SW.  or i nn ♦ tt ^    ... j-    Gillette    Rezab  at 2:30 at United church. Reynolds’.  Dyersville — Mrs Steffen, 76. Wednesday atli ?I , ri iH c   10:30 at Basilica of St. Francis!.. ^ .    ... ....    . .    ,.    ,    „    ___________  Xavier. Scripture service Tues- j Omaha World    Herald, died    Sunday at 8 at McBride’s.    day. He was born Aug. 24, 1912, C^rmPr Prink  West Union — Dallas Mar- in Minnesota.    runner    wan*  58. Tuesday at IO at Surviving are his wife, the Bethel United Presbyterian;  fnrmpr  Fi a j np     p    t  qr c n n-    a    son  rh 11 rt'h Tlnrnhnrr rxrxA WrrH’c- 10171^ Claim    Ex.    UirSQU ,    d    SOn,  5the Central YMCA and Al Mc-jter,” she said.  Donald in the complaint, which She said McDonald suggested alleges her son was denied par- a neighbor or relative could ticipation in an “Indian Guide’’ substitute, if, after an interview, program because joint father McDonald felt the man would and son participation is re-attend all meetings, quired.    Mrs.    Ross said she does not  She and the boy’s father are believe such assurance is re-divorced, and the man does not quired of fathers in ordinary live in Cedar Rapids.    cases.  -------------—j £1^  a ] so sa j d  ,5^  was  tojd  s he  could not substitute on a temporary basis, until her adult son could act as a permanent substi-  win the Democratic presidential  ne,rn,nation    if    he    sough, it, al- McDonald who was unaware  en nu    «, although    he    has    become  em .! of the complaint until informed  Such a challenge was filed L . controversy  with  by reporters at about the same ast friday by Watergate bur-:    colleagues regarding pro-, ™ the complaint was being   I    reform    irekla-     tlled ,    declined    to    comment.  two Watergate civil cases, ■fudge Charles Richey said the pardon and the controversial tapes pact raise “substantial” questions that could have an impact on the upcoming cover-up  !  trial.  “The thought occurs to the court in thinking about it over the weekend that it might be desirable to have a trial court resolve the question of the validity of the agreement and the validity of the pardon,” Richey said.  —Kennedy—  (Continued from Page I.)  Magistrate’s Court  Speeding — Robert DcBurn, 24. Tuesday at 1:30 1600 Seventh avenue SE; fined Paul’s Lutheran $80 and costs. Steven Graham, Schutte’s.  5215 Harbet avenue NW; fined  church. Burnham and Wood’s.    .    .  Postville _ Darnel O. Kusol, I  orr ^'  C ^ al \ R ,?Pl? S: a daUgh ‘  vs,    —« .    i    A«    WI    I    Lr    /vt*    A    c?    *    Cl  Tama  Mrs. Leonard Jant-  1118 Thirty-second street S.E., i» wa  City — Arlene Droll,  fit x    ry    n    TV    ft    nytl    i    n    W    A    ff    AI    . _   ___ "  John Enabnit, Ryan; Richard  Gay’s. Burial: Oxford cemetery  at St. ter, Mrs. F’red Walker, Ames; a church, sister, Mrs. William Sheeley, Cedar Rapids; and six grandchildren.  Services: At the graveside in Shiloh cemetery at 1:30 pm. Wednesday by the Rev. Sylvan  West Union  James Lange of Minneapolis. Friends  pm. Tuesday and Wednesday.  until noon  Precinitation .....Trace'Johnson, Palo; Steven Baker,' ,    „ r     ,    ,    .    ..    _    ,  Total for September ..'... 1.021 Anamosa; Danny Cherif, Coral-1 Jhomp^TW^day at I. may call at Turner west after 6  Normal for September — 3.97 Normal through Sept. —27.12 ______   ?     _  Total for 1974     38.85    Loretta Inks, 921 Old Marion! Catholic church. Rosary at 8 at  Barometer, rising .....  30.31    Edwards.    ^'M^atM^wiMen and UH-j  Gibson, Frances G. — Turner  Ville; Lloyd Hofmaster, Fair-!    H uin ham and Wood s.  fax; Cletis Ireland, Walker;    Parnell — Robert T. O’Brien,  Ellen Gaines, Mt. Vernon; I 76. Tuesday at 8 at St. Joseph’s  glar James McCord but was dismissed by Richey on technical grounds.  McCord's lawyer, Bernard Fensterwald, refiled the suit Monday. It charged that President Ford’s pardon of Nixon for any and all crimes committed during his presidency was “illegal and unconstitutional.”  r    &    I    cor    AAA    McCord and R. Spencer  rOr 3>    '    .Wo.UUU    Oliver, the only Democratic  party official whose phone was successfully bugged at the Watergate, are suing for damages stemming from that incident.  Employe Sues  —Frost—  (Continued from Page I.)  prjsed campaign reform legislator  Hecklers  He encountered hecklers on a campaign trip to Indiana last week and drew mixed political percent of the corn was safe notices on a visit to California from frost in his county. to campaign for congressional Hall, like the other extension candidates. He also got a officials contacted by The Ga-stormy reception here recently zette Monday, indicated that the at a meeting involving school soybean crop was hurt by the  aoof Dennis Benning, route one. I man s, Williamsburg.  Humidity at noon .........oZ/o Marion; each fined $30 and Elkader — Henry Matt, 89.  Wind direction and velocity at costs. Robert Zahorik, Spring- Tuesday at IO at Peace United 9 nm SF 'it 12 mnh    : Ville; Ramona Kulow, 1347 Methodist    church    of    Christ.  ,    Twenty-second    avenue SW;’Burial:    Garnavillo cemetery.  Sun rises Tuesday, 6:56; sun Terry Parker, Walker; John Visitation at Witt’s. sets, 7:01.    Herr, Hiawatha; each fined $25 Decorah - Mrs. Peter Caro-  High. 68; costs. Kenneth Curran, 18<  lan ^  60  Tuesday at ll at St.  Day street KW, Robert Rudd, Benedict’s    Catholic    church.    Ro-  1508 Ninth street SW; Lester  sarv  i^Tor Eckley, 700 Thirty-fifth street, i Fielstul’s Marion; Larry Kahler, Palo;  Memorial Services  Year Ago Today —  low. 52; rainfall, none.  Traveler's Forecast  Tuesday Weather, lli-Lo  Bismarck........PtCldy    67-41  Chicago .........Cloudy    67-49  Cincinnati ....... Fair    72-53  Cleveland..........Fair    64-47  Des Moines  PtCldy 70-50  Detroit • •.. ■ PtCldy 65-50  Indianapolis  PtCldy 68-52  Kansas City ...... Rain    76-59  Patrick Tully, Iowa City; Ron ald Cox, Shellsburg; David Oldfather, 3701 Sixteenth avenue SW; John Weaver, 1212 Cheyenne road NE; Janet Durban, 224 Wesley drive NW; Michael Lambert, 418 Eighteenth street SE; Larry Finley, 931 Old Marion road Dennis Benning, route  sary Monday at 8 at Olson-Odin Nelson, 55.  Decorah  Steine’r.  Coralville — Mrs. Arthur A. Musack, 74. Tuesday at 2 at Donohue’s. Burial: Oak Hill cemetery, Coralville. Visitation after IO a.m. Tuesday.  Dyersville — Andrew' Woer-NE; dehoff, 87. Tuesday at 10:30 at one, Basilica of St. Francis Xavier.  Richard L. Plowman has filed a $1,535,500 suit against City National bank of Cedar Rapids, claiming the bank falsely accused bim of misappropriating, embezzling or converting funds to his own use while employed by the bank.  The Cedar Rapids man alleges in the petition in Linn district court that he was employed as a loan officer from October, 1968, to April 17, 1972.  when he resigned voluntarily, chapel east at  3  p.m. Tuesday     su j^     a n e g es     the    bank  by Dr. LeRoy White. Burial: _ .    . . ,    ,  h   City cemetery. Friends may call i    libelous    statements  at Turner east until 2:30 p.m. against him in a letter to a Tuesday. The casket will not be regional administrator of na-opcncd after the service.    tional banks and in a petition  Slickly. Richard F. - Turner  fi j cd in CQUrt  chapel west at noon Tuesday by the Rev. Mary White.  busing.  Kennedy’s major handicap, however, was considered the Chappaquiddick incident and he had said that if he decided to  frost more than com.  “Forty percent of the soybeans will be hurt by the frost,” Hall said. “Soybeans were hit  __________________ ____ by dry weather earlier and then  I hey    have    subpoenaed the     run  he would reveal the    details started growing after the rains  White    House    for    various tapes lo f the accident.    came. This means many fields  to support their cases.    Asked    Monday    if    his    decision    are behind in maturity or are at  not to    run    meant    he    would    not    j two stages of maturity.”  answer questions about Chappa-j Hall, however, said crops in quiddick, Kennedy said no.    his county had advanced rapidly  Contenders    within the past week.  Kennedy’s withdrawal leave a     B j g     change  Earlier former ^residential  T  clos ^ y     °*    P° tentia *     44 The frost would have been  aide H.’r. Haldeman asked CTaLksTlLwLdi.) prob-  dls “  d ,, U  «“ ■ Chief Justice Burger to delay the:  ab w wouW  be considered the     e « lier ’  Ha " “ plam ^  cover-up trial until the supreme  fron t runner because he already * ““! d  J5L,“ J'S court can rule on a challenge to  has  started pre-campaign plan-    ‘"J td   But Richey postponed any further action in those cases until a jury is chosen and sequestered in the cover-up trial, due to start Oct. I before Judge John Sirica.  rvanb«is    .  p.  H  KR-Sfi Marion; Eugene Van Beek, 116 Visitation after I Monday at  Milwaukee . . •..    ’     7     Janice drive NW: Michael Wei- Kramer’s. Parish scripture  Mpls.-St. Paul ...Cloudy 70-4/ .  r __ pnn . rtpnnig Tihben Mnnriav at R ut Krnmpr’c  ° m J hu , .........Cloudy 72 56 ®^29 Wertvtew avenue SW;  St. Louis........C loudy <2-5o    . firwvH ton ann cndc  Sioux Falls PtCldy 72-42  Mississippi Staqes  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 4.7, no change Lansing (18) 7.6, no change Dam 9 (18) 11.6, fall .5 McGregor (18) 6.5, rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 3.7, rise .2 Dubuque (17) 6.9, rise .1 Davenport (15)    3.8,  change  Keokuk (16) 2.9, fall .3  each fined $20 and costs  Traffic signal violation —  Kathleen Walton, 4101 Sixteenth avenue SW; Annette Coates. Hiawatha; Michael  Dennis Tibben, I Monday at 8 at Kramer’s  Waukon — Carl Opfer, 65. Tuesday at 1:30 at Martin’s. Burial: Oakland.  Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Turner west until 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. The casket will not be opened after the service.  Lindley, John Z. — Turner chapel west at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Stephen Root Burial:    Cedar    Memorial.  Friends may call west.  —Energy—  (Continued from Page I.)  The statements centered around allegedly questionable loans made just before his resignation to persons connected with his new job, according to the petition.  Bank officials also allegedly contacted Plowman’s new em-at Turner ployer, Dietz Newland of the I Newland Products Co.  As a result of the statements, according to the suit, the FBI investigated him, his reputation was damaged, he was exposed  cording to its resources and to contempt and he was re-!  Toledo Eugene K. Garret- ! level of technology. ..    ,    quired    to    terminate    his new job.  son, 41. Tuesday at 1:30 at St.J “Next, the rate of increase in He seeks $35,500 actual dam-!  at C.R. (13)  Cedar fall .05  Coralville Lake  Pool level Monday ....  Births — St.  Third avenue SE; Robert Wilkes, 129 Twenty-seventh •2 j street    drive SE; Dorothy Hathaway,    1817 C avenue NE; each   no  fined    $15 and costs. Patrick  Henry, 1600 Eleventh street,  ! M imp?o^ n r l ' d passins d  '""’Mar-j  s ! cc P in K **** the water hit," 3.30, [garet    Meyer, Solon; fined $20    she said.    In two    minutes it    was  up    to    our    necks.    I    ran    but    my  the grand jury.  Burglars Party Before Thieving  The thieves who entered the Thomas P. Lasecki residence, 1638 Park Towne lane NE, Sunday apparently couldn’t resist the temptation to have a drink.  Police found a shotglass containing some liquor when they investigated the breakin.  Lasecki reported a color television set valued at $350, a .12 gauge shotgun valued at $120, a wrist watch of undisclosed value and two coats valued at $79 taken.  Harried, 4700 Ozark street NE; Buri.i^pVoasant    consumption    of    energy    must    be    ®8 es and  $1,500,000 punitive  SVA 1 C . e . n ..?:L cN t'? ara l,l 2 „ 2 i I ledo Hend tnsoni     T °1    reduced    and    waste    eliminated.    |    damage.________________  2nd Nowlin Murder Trial  -Fife-  (Continued from Page 1.)  “Third, a cooperative spirit and conduct are essential to success in a global energy program. Nothing could be more harmful than policies directed against other nations. If we lapse into confrontation of ex- By Tom Fruehling  Under Way in Mason City  ed by a Story county jury of the  and costs.    ,> r     —      .    .. v .    ,    i...    -  Vehicle control violation — father was killed. Nothing like P° rter s and consumers or an,  MAS0N CITY  _  Jury se iec- k  t  ,,1,n g  of  Michael Servey, 18,    .    .  I   cnromKio    ^    j    ^     The     ^    down    thiSJM rn a tough battle  n I    «    oo.-ixu.e    nwi    icorn and soybean fields within  rung. He also was a serious con-    •  tender for the nomination in;  m  P asl weeK -  11 nas Deen lan  1072    mastic.  I Other Democrats in the sen-!. Scattered frost was reported ate who are considered as poten- m  Johnson county over the aal candidates are Walter Mon- weekend with most of the redale (Minn.) and Lloyd Bent- Ports of killing frost coming sen (Texas). Like Jackson, both;^ rom  northern part of the  of them have begun to test the    .     4  ..  political climate for themselves I doubt if very many acres  with so-called “exploratory” were hurt by it (frost) Dale  committees.     Sh,res  °V° wa C * ty ’  f  John ^  Gov. George Wallace of Ala- county extension director, told  bama, although crippled from The Gazette.  the gunshot wound suffered dur- J Another extension director,  ing the 1972 campaign also is aiRichard Freeman of Fairfax,  strong possibility to seek the said soybeans appeared to have  Democratic nomination.    been killed by the frost in Linn  In the darkhorse category are county but only part of the corn  such Democratic governors as was killed.  Dale Bumpers of Arkansas, i    Estimate  Daniel Walker of Illinois and I “Very few farmers had their  Senators Muskie (Maine) and crops in early enough not to be  Humphrey (Minn.).  The two senators were in the  1972 field and have indicated  that they had no plans to try  again. The same is true for the  1972 nominee. Sen. McGovern  of South Dakota, who is tied  Ronald Johnson .... 633.591 Pine drive . , ,    Council Bluffs  Lube S    and costs. Ronald  ison, 4708 White  thu .    iL#*..J unseemly    scramble of  NE; James Shell,i lhl ? had ever happened before    ■     f   fs; each tined $25 and he didn t want to leave'    . .  on „ th ? r  P  nli h _,  lion began Monday morning in I the Cerro Gordo courthouse in  Keystone man was scheduled to  for re-election.  Sept. 22 — To the families of  35 01 Bel Air drive SE; fined Gary Louvar, 3027 Fifth ave- ■ $20 and costs, nue, Marion, a son; Rickie Fre- Driver s license violation  Titebach, here. Now he is dead.  Victor Manuel Lavia, 31, said he owed his life to a U. S. army  against another, all hopes for a  secon d murder trial of ^  sentenc ^ for this crime last  global solution st roved  will be de  ter  Friday, but sentencing was de-, layed. The conviction carries a  0  mandatory life sentence.  "Loves Press," President Says  affected by the frost,” Freeman  said.  Freeman declined to make an estimate of the loss, but he indicated the main loss would be in terms of yield reduction.  “If the com and soybeans were filled at all, the plants will go on to make some seed,” Freeman explained. “I think most soybeans were at least partially filled.”  Freeman said farmers may  nue Cc  Fppin?, 1916 A avenue NE, a daughter; Clarence C’oppeck, Swisher, a son; Jenny Keener, 1522 Bever avenue SE. a son; William Fieseler, Palo, a daughter; Stephen Garringer. 276 Sixth avenue, Marion, a son; Robert Erns!, 1840 Twenty-fourth street, Marion, a son.  , .have to wait to make silage out WASHINGTON (AP) —■ Presi-  0 f frost-damaged com, be-  George Junior Nowlin.  “f ii,    .    .    i    i    j    Nowlin is on trial  derickHonii41 Nineteenth ave-! Thomas Shank, 3017 J 'sVreet j helicopter which plucked him; ™ urtn - we must    March    IO murder in Jones;  ie SW. a son; Earl LangfittJsW; Rickie Sacora. 2625 Fourth from a floating roof after three £ attentive to the situation o  county of  Maureen Connollv, 17, 1 AtweU Conncr .  wh <> is expect-    _________________  •nter Point, a son; Gordon avenue, Marion; Marvon Pres-  days and  three nights.    ! the  poorest nations which  wl!l | 0 f cedar Rapids.     ed to  testify in this trial, was dent Ford publicly announced  cause 0 r  t v, e  hi 2 h moisture con  ton, 844 Fifth avenue SE, Teri!    suffer drastically if the energv    previously convicted hv a Jones hic affection for the nress as he *    .    .    .l    « ,    «    ,    j  Temple. Marion; each fined $15    Dirty    Water    nmhlem dne^ not tome under  Tho ,rial  "as moved here on  P  „    , t a his affection for the press as ne , ent m the  lafe-planted crop,  and costs.    _    ,    ’. I problem does not come  unaer | achaneeo f venue county jury for the murder of look part in the inauguration of    Uaves    Frosted  Registration violation — The only thing we had to eat control ...    I    „    .    ,,    Miss Connolly. The two menthe Washington Press Club “Even though the leaves were  Bruce Olson, Fort Dodge; Ste- wa3 green bananas and dirty    Brussels    Pact    „    ..    . ''“n''*®**®    ,have been charged with killing president    frosted”    Freeman    said    ‘The  MC™fmedT^atdcolr 3 C " y wa ‘ H  er f ,'; 0m tbe  'jT’mThe President welcomed Fri-    **^     ra ?,' ng    a " d    mUrdCr '     LlnRcnng    at    lhe par,y for  plant may be too wet to make  Rig ht-«L way violation -  sald  k   Hc     ' ha 'J’f darttawta wmTntbyttlZT, c    ,    mg MIM Connolly.    President Ron Sarro of the,  P  laJ , e   rrwdLMarion*^' fined** $l^' P  a nd lion where    he* wL emplTyS major consuming nations' to Cite Success    of    Jury Selection    Washington Star-News amtd a .. Farmers     should wait a week  costs. Dawn Dayton,  Twenty-seventh avenue SW fined $10 and costs.  Disturbing the peace — John Like, Center Point; fined  and costs.    I with relief trucks and buses I “The United States welcome!  Reckless driving — Steven  W,in re,,CI lfUCKS  ‘ nU   Moneypcnny. 5115 Kesler road  Births — Mercy  Mrs.  1409  Sept. 22 — Mr. and la) r e n YVolfensperger.  Sixth avenue SE, a son.  Sept 23 — To the families of Riekie Rouray, 705 Eighteenth  street SF,, a daughter; Paul Meal how, Shellsburg, a son.  Marriage Licenses  Linda LeClere and Kenneth Johnson, Patricia Whalen and Rex Sparks. Verna Robb and Edwin Vorba. all of Cedar Rapids. Patti Coff, Cedar Rapids, and Timothy Cullman, Hiawatha. Joette Gills and Douglas Orcutt, both of Central City. Sheryl McCormick, Center Point, and Gary Bowers, Hiawatha. Lorrtyne Gerjets, Cedar Rapids, and Frank Ru-dish, Marion. Siu Shing Li, New York City, and Wai Cheung Lee, Cedar Rapids. Rita Huey, Cedar Rapids, and Gerard Haskins, Silver Plume, Colo. Juan Bekeris, Cedar Rapids, and Glen Golden, Center Point. Barbara Tumbler. Central City, and Curtis Stone, Cedar Rapids.  Marriages Dissolved  Dorothy V. and Gary D. Knoke. Howard C. and Karen K. Seedorf. Kathleen Marie and Gary Lynn Craven. Betty Lou tty and John E  NW; fined $75 and costs. Steve Graham, 5215 Harbet avenue NW; fined $25 and costs.  Faulty equipment — Donald Stephen, 1118 Thirty-second street NE; Gary Good water, 188 Fourteenth avenue SW; Steven  Ramey, 2020 Belmont parkway I percent of the railroad NW; each fined $10 and costs.  wen>  damaged Striking unattended vehicle    ___ _ __________  — Robert Ray, 1285 Eighth!  street, Marion; fined $20 and South Koreans Trim  costs  until the plant gets down to the 65 percent moisture range before they start making silage.” Farmers can make soybeans    ..JIH    many,    Britain    and Italy on Sat-! Presiding is Judge John Hy-^ which the questioning was doubts ?f very many farmers  loaded with refugees trying to this demonstration of interim* urday viewed o successful dem-    InmHnmmflnHv    nn    hic    ndfHnn    nf    ...    ■    .. •    .      .L    _    t___a  what    was    left    optional action rather    than: 0 nslration of    a jct fighter devel-  ; words,” he said, adding:    loped jointly    by the    three    na-  said    15    to    20 “No single country can    solve twas.  the valley were'the energy problem by itself. As | The MECA, which    stands    for  I offer America’s  Iowa Deaths  get back to their homes.  Villanueva bridges in  washed away, 40 to 50 percent j President, of the roads were closed and 60; partnership to every other na-  lines j tion willing to join in a common effort to expand the spirit slow-j ing from the Washington Energy Conference. A start has been made in Brussels The momen-  19 Prison Sentences  I turn must bt' continued if true SEOUL (AP) — A military interdependence is to bi' appellate court Monday reduced achieved.”  multi-role  screamed  combat aircraft, over the Munching  predominantly on his pardon of j former President Nixon.  “I enjoy their company, I love the competition,” Ford  Auto Accident said   Pair Hurt in  will do this to save the frost-damaged crop.  Horses Rounded Up After Chase  Soviet Tests  MOSCOW (AP) — The Soviet  Elkader — Mark  u'frry "kuT    *«n».    given to It per*,™  1:30 at Marion    Lutheran (convicted    of    violating    Persident  church with burial    in church Chung    Hee    Park’s    decrees    ban-  cemetery. Visitation after 2 political dissent. Sentences  IH M ay  l,t s ‘    given    five    others    were    confirm-1 Union said Monday that it will  Indenpendenre -    Albert',.!    i    ,    .    ,    .    .  Davis, 23, of Falls    Church, Va.,    ’    .    conduct rocket    firing tests in  son of Shadrack    and Agnesi The new prison terms for    the    ^  nort hwest Pacific between  Ward Davis. Wednesday at ll    19 range from five years    SUS-    , , r     .     r  j    i  at White',    pendrd to 12 years. The five    sen-1 8 **-  25 and  °°'     5 ‘  and waraed   Belle Plaine —    Allen G  Ba hr, 26. Tuesday at I at Trini- j     t,n?    vv ^ er     J 101     changed    | s h>l )s     and    plants    to    ii    main     out     i    farm    equipment    in    the    want    ad     way     jso,    crossed    the    center    line  As for the news conference Lester W. Washburn, 57, route sparring, he said, “I really look works airstrip of the Messersch-one, Walker, and Douglas A. forward toil. I hope I give as, Five errant horses led several mitt-Boelkow-Blohm aerospace Thompson, 28, Chippewa F’alls, much as I take. I don’t feel any police cars and the police heli-combine near Munich and made Wis., were hospitalized Satur- animosity to anyone for asking copter on a chase through the a low-level swoop past the ob-day night for injuries suffered ^ 1  question.”    northwest side for more than an  servers.    in a one-car crash near Center when he replaced H. R. Hal- hour Monday morning.  Development costs will ex- Point.    dcman as President Nixon’s top' The horses were first    reported  reed $1 billion, according to Washburn was in fair condi-    staff aide.    loose at 8:43 a    m. in the vicinity  West German official estimates. t*on in the intensive care unit at    “I do not believe    that army    of F avenue    and    Eighteenth  Industry sources say each plane St. Luke’s hospital Monday af    careerists who resign from the    street NW.  will cost more than $8 million. ternoon. Thompson was in good    military to take part    in civilian The chase    ended    at 10:45  The defense ministry' antici- condition at the hospital.    political    assignments s h o u I d a m. when the last of the horses  pates 385 orders from Britain. Linn deputies charged Thomp-'then be rewarded by appoint-was driven into a fenced in UK) from Italy and 322 from  son wit h failure to have his ment to positions of high com-area, police said. Ownership West Germany    vehicle under control. They re- mand in the military,” Byrd had not been determined Mon-  ported he lost control of his said.    I    day    afternoon.    I    I  northbound car about a mile'      ......................................................- —..........-.........-...........- —    ■———  Now is the time to advertise north of Center Point on high-  11:01 am.  Phillips.  Fires  Sunday,  Apparent  United Methodist church, Dysart. Burial: Dysart cemetery. Overton’s Dysart.  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