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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NATIONAL WI AINU SlHVICe IOMCAST lo 7 am IST g -26 - 74  3600  Mrs. Louis M. Schultz  Prosecution Outlines Case Against George Nowlin  (Continued from Page I.)  Tho Odar Rapids 3A Gazette: Wed., Sept. 25, 1974  He further contended   A  ..    ;;    ... ,    .     r>  Miss Connolly was shot again, wearing on  Another witness,, Michael Pe-j ln ( | K>     *     h   in  “vaginal-rectal  Edward Spores  | Josephine Schultz, 65, of 2426j Edward (Peg) Spores, 79. of Wisconsin street SW, widow of 1906    C street SW, died Wednes-  ; Louis M. Schultz, died Tuesday day    after a long illness. Horn    terson of the state criminal lab-    ‘‘j    ‘‘‘ v     ,  S p7'uu?V  j after a long illness. She was Jan.    25, 1895, in Edgewood, he    oratory, testified that seminal    ‘    ’  j born Jan. 19, 1909, in Prague, had    lived in Cedar Rapids for    fluid was present in Miss Con-    f* clony-Murder  .Czechoslovakia.    the last 70 years. Ile was a con-    nolly’s vaginal area at the time    Beck    had indicated    earlier in and testified that Michael  Mrs. Schultz came to the Unit-f struction worker until his retire- of her death.    the    trial    that    the    state expects  led States and Cedar Rapids in men!. His wife, the former Lib- The opinion was based on an;j ()  convict Nowlin on a felony-11909 and had been a resident*bio Medulan, died in 1960.    examination of cotton swabs murder charge, rather than  I since. She was a member of As-! Surviving are two daughters,] used in Dr Weland’s autopsy. murder alone.  tified by Beth Wernimont, a friend of Miss Connolly’s, as the that clothing Miss Connolly was the day she was  area,' allegedly killed.  Miss Wernimont, 17, of Cedar Rapids, was the first witness  Ser-  vey and Miss Connolly her “boyfriend” and “best friend,” respectively — visited her in  bury United Methodist church. | Florence Driscoll and Anna Heck indicated that later testi- j^is would necessitate prov- f° wa  City on March 9 while she Surviving are a daughter,  Bruce -  Ccdar  Rapids; two sonsjmony will show that the victim  ing  that Miss Connolly’s alleged was recuperating from surgery.  gh, New- Bar °ld and John, Cedar Rapids; Iraped by Nowlin.    murder    was    committed    subse-    Last    Seen  Mrs. Roger McCullough  ton; one granddaughter; a ^ grandchildren and sister, Mrs. Ernest Rejsa, Cedar:grand-children.  Rapids; two brothers. Frank! Services: Brush chapel 10:30 Teply, jr., Cedar Rapids, and  am  friday. Burial; Czech Na-Milo Teply, Los Angeles, Calif.  :tional  cemetery. Friends may Services: Thursday ll a m. j cal1 at  chape! Thursday. Janeba-Kuba funeral home west     #   I by the Rev, Charles R. Mehaf Memorial jervices  The defence raised a standing  quent to a fHonyi in fhis casr ei .  objection to this testimony, (hor the alleged robbery of Ser- .. again on the grounds that it had  vey or the a)lef , ed rape of Miss  abv  no relevance to Miss Connolly’s Connolly. This charge requires deal h.  Firearms Expert  Andrew Neuquist, a RCI bai  lli WiATMfft FOTOCASF Q  Rain is expected Wednesday night from eastern Texas, across the lower Mississippi va^ey, into the Tennessee valley and over parts of the south Atlantic states. Chance of showers over the western Gulf coast, southern Florida and northern New England.  I fey of Asbury United Methodist |church. Burial: Czech National cemetery. Friends may call at the Janeba-Kuba funeral home west.  RamsdeH, Clayton  Thursday at IO a.m.  Jude’s Catholic church Rev. Richard Ament.  Mt. Calvary cemetery. Prayer  22 great-!  She said she last saw them alive at about 11:15 p.m., when  onnolly. This charge requires * w0  ^ or  Cedar  a verdict of either acquittal or  r ] ex * ‘ mt ‘  saw ss  first degree murder.    Connolly,    she    commented,    was  Conner was found guilty of  a  * unera l home. listics and firearms expert, tes-j sucb a c h ar *ge in Jones county.!  I..  at  by the! _ t  0 „.. CTP  * ’ 'I Nowlin’s conviction in ____„,    .    ....   Burial;  Wednesday morn'^'s final ‘"“"'V I* Servey’* death was    him    to bring^ gas^to  A second witness, Stacy „M,« aim iireanns c*|ier, ira- :™. ]    -    -rj;”-    Schrcekengast, 19, of Cedar  — tified    that the power pistons     invf) i vin k    me benty    robbery    ^ railnd him  St. found    in Miss Cnnnnllv's hndv     and  Miss    Connolly’s    killing.    Hapids, said Serve} called him  found    in Miss Connollys hod}.     sto *     at  about midnight on March 9  service Wednesday at 7:30 prosecution witness, Dr. Aaron hosed solely on murder, p.m. at Tcahen chapel.  Laura E. Maricle  The Weather  Extended Forecast — Chance of showers Friday through Sunday. Lows in the 40s. Highs mostly in the 70s cooling to 65 Sunday.  3:43 p.m. Tuesday. Tree limb    to    power    lines at 1020  Maplewood drive NE.  Magistrate's Court  Speeding — Alvin Brustkem, High temperatures Tuesday. low tem-I Rowley; Fredrick Strohbchn, ooitK  overniqht dnd ,nches 01 pre ‘ Reinbeck; Lewis Olson, Ca-Anchorage so 48.12    l Angeles    78 ii    manche;    Gregory  Atlanta ... 63 51    Miami    88 77  Bismarck 74 34    Min apolis    73 42  Chicago 70 53    N. Orleans    81 75  Denver ..    76    41    New York    61 49  Duluth ... 64 51    Phoenix .    94 73  Honolulu 90 77    Seattle .    89    55  Houston 80 77    .OI    Washington    64 SO  ...................—    Laura Ella Maricle, 66, of 719  72. Friday    at 1:30 at    United    Second avenue SW, died at Uni-  Church of Christ. Overton’s. | versify hospitals, Iowa City,  —  Mrs - Donald Cron- Tuesday after a short illness. an, 62. Henderson’s.  Decorah — Myrle Christen,’ Horn Feb. 9, 1908, in Waterloo . ,    ,    Friday    at 2 at United Con-Uhe had lived in Cedar Rapids  Sil^iio NF  alrcarof     ^aggregational    church    Burial:     most 0 f her life. She was a  t ii st avenue in t.    |    phelp    s    cemetery.    Steine’s.  The!his stranded jeep, located on 218  iHrat.-u.mn    |  iur V _  in ’That case"mild'haw' near  Skate Country.  Randolph, acting Jones county J ur ”  in ,ndl case (0Uia nave      caia    wh _ n     u.    at  Kelley, Mildred C. — Thurs-1 medical examiner at the time  found him  * u,lt y  of  manslaugh-     He sa,d    uhcn     J®     arr ‘J k  ed at   day at 10:30 a.m. at Beatty- i \»j Connollv’s bodv was found  tcr or Brst or second  degree    ^  scene >     sornc     la    or 30 min-  Beurle rhanni hv tho n„v Pm. * Hss Conn illy s body was t u, I. , innocent     utcs    later -    Servey    and Miss Con-  sa.d it was his )  opinion that the murder, or innocent.     were    not    there After   girl died a “violent death    Refused    Comment  Beurle chapel by the Rev. Pen ney F. Nichols. Burial: Linwood cemetery.  C. R. Weather  Decorah — Dontie Mott, 87. Olson-Fjolstul’s.  Colesburg — Halsey Sabin, 82. Friday at 1:30 at Colesburg Methodist church. Burial: Mt  member of St. Patrick’s Catholic church and St. Bridget’s circle.  Three Injured In Separate R. Accidents  searching for them in various  Ho male a cursory examina-    refused    comment    on    establishments nearby, Schrec-   7 ion °f the body at the site of the vvhich felony charge the prose- kengast, testified he left the gas discovery, which he said, in his  CU (j on  expects to pursue. And and a note, opinion, was the scene of the I Rernley said that the state has’  C.  death.  Daughter Called  several “alternate programs in Dr. Randolph said Miss Con-  its  prosecution of the case He Mrs. Connolly told of a phone  Three nor    inn,md in "ft* 'T 35 ’ lyin *  in a  P 001 : said the plans are “flexible’’ but call at about the same time that  ...    .    j     ldree     P (rsons  injured in two, 0 f blood and there were two  (lS (j mat ed that about 15 wit-  ni 8 ht from h€r  daughter, who  Surviving i . one brothe*. Her-j acc jde n t s  Tuesday were treated areas of the head wdth wounds. ; nesjscs vv jj| be  ca ]i e d    reported    running    out    of    gas.  Harmony, Garber. Visitation k° rt  Cariole, Anderson, C a lif.  fo r minor injuries. None was I He also noted an “oval” hole in) One of Nowlin's lawyers after Fighting tears, Mrs. Connolly after noon Thursday at Apple-; Services: St. Pa^^] hospitalized.    [the    girl’s blue jeans.    unsuccessfully    bidding for a! said she told her daughter “to  ton s, Edgewood.  manche; Gregory Slager, 1422 Oakland road NE; Jerry Zim-| merman, 1226 Thirty-fourth street NE; Frances Hoefer, 2121 Blairs Ferry road NE; Richard Stenson, Shellsburg; each fined;  $30 and costs. Robert Gordon, \R,, ml***    !«  1430 Ninth avenue NE; Lavern ■    UtQ IQT    IH llOUSQ  High Tuesday ............... 701 West, Des Moines; each fined    Floyd E. Gouchec’s lunch  Low overnight ...............50* $25 and costs. Charles Walsh, break took an unexpected turn   v  .Ta-    i«i    j jr., Burlington; Jon Mullan,    ^  Noon Wednesday ............J* 1750 B avenue NE; Donald  2 p.m. Wednesday............*®|Kehrli, Clarence: Richard Tom-  Precipitation ..............Nonepkins,    342    Twenty-second  Total for September ........1.02 street NW; Mary Kula, 9271  Normal for September   397i McVo”rn  Normal through September 27.12 Patterson  Total for 1974 ........... 38.85    NE; Nancy Ladler, 230 Wesley j screen had been cut.  __church Friday at IO a m. by the: Q cnev j eve c     „    ,    '    Following    opening statements delay Tn’ws'opcning statement hurry up and come home”  _    Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: I    ™ LVI  ^  an ’  01  ^ by attorneys Tuesday afternoon.    “    ....... *  Mon Goes Horne d Calvary cemetery. Rosary:    _ cxa ™ n . ed     . al lincluding an abbreviated one hy^„ n ^  she didn't   r P°^ n *juntil the state presented its evi- then added, “but    told the jury that “our  com e home.”  To I u nr A Finrlc i'”’ F" 1 -    “ ,r    lva ''    juries    to her right hand suffered ; inr     prosecution    wit-^, casc in iti a „y  is  the'state’s lack She said she last saw her  I O LU ne ti, rinds hen chapel where friends ma}    ^    nesses were called to the stand  f  „ ’    daughter    alive    at    6:15 p.m. on  call from 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday. ' while walki     fo establish foundation evidence 1  He said, “Our position at this March 9. when Miss Connolly  Police said the bus. driven by J? ! e mur ,na!  L(*orgc     t ^ at     ^     s(ate    canno (    left    for    Iowa    City,    and next saw  Marlin M. Metcalf, 40, of 4420    ^    _i P rove its  case.” He again ham- her at the Mercy hospital mor-  Tuesday when he arrived home and surprised a burglar.  Gouchee, of 1416 A avenue NE, got home about 12:33 p.m.,  Mrs. Anthony Herbeck     TOCl ^ oll     „    ________ _________  Mrs. Anthony F. Herbeck, for-Bowling street SW.' struck Mrs! isTeli’re^to^XT^Vback ud  merod al the ccnlpntion that  '•»  gU f  in J°Tu  j is require el 1.) pio\c t - > back up  m a  j  n r  • ^  v     tpstimonv'    A    fourth    witness.    Rex    Roh-  merly of Cedar Rapids, died Mulligan while making a right L inHL fm )»nf Lainct Mnut-iin majority of the testimony  Sept. 17 at Garden Grove, Calif, 'turn at the intersection of Ninth . jro that  vT aur L n Vonnoliv was  against his c,ient wiU be  “cir-^ cdder -  01m ’ testified that he  Ci.roiiiinn ore o eon \1atthrvu' 'aupniip anrl rirthtk    CIT    I    COnnOll}    V    HS     pums t fln ti a l»*  and  that prOSCCU- f°Und  th Street NW; Tammy ; T  ’    .    .    ,    ,    J    ,    !six grandchildren and six great- Mrs.  mick, Fairfax: Jerry tuesday and noticed the back * drhilrircn     senecr  ., 1416; Oakland road door was slightly ajar and the  g     ’     hplH    in    ralifor     >     tp ,L  drive NW; Wavne Gauge, 5012! E  When he got inside Gouchee.  Barometer, falling   30.05    ■-------  v . UU vi.«i  ..    ....    .    °    rrm’E avenue NL; Jack Shepherd, . .    •    ,    .    'minster  Humidity at noon    .55%1 1034 F avC n Ue NW . Lo re n  heard  noises from the upstairs; _____  Wind    direction    and velocity at Morrissey, 129 Day street NW;    and    called police    from a    first  2om NW at 7mph    Larry Messerschmidt, Oxford;    floor telephone  ,    leach fined $20 and costs.    TheHH  Sun rises Thursday, 6.58, sun Driver’s license violation — sets, 6:58.    Michael Berns, 1522 J street,. ,,     i0 .    ,  SW; fined $10 and costs.    i ta,l « P^nds, and wearing  Faulty equipment — Darrell     ran     the front    door  VanLancker, 801 Old Marion;and    east across    A    avenue to the  road, NE; Clair Br a c e, j Hy-Vee store, 1556 First avenue HOO Second avenue SW: Terry  nia and burial was in W'est-'wa#-; struck, police reported.  Miss Connolly’s body w-iii not present March 16 near tne Old Morley  Surviving are a son. Matthew, [avenue andEighth street SE. jailed"™ «atat Marchin andl5““!!?" a ' ,  Mrs. Culligan had been a nas-Lu . .u j    j    •    i lion witnesses ..... —     r -----   ----on    the    bus    and    had     M 1 (     occurred in Jones    >‘ cred jble evidence.” He asked    road bridge over the Wap  Services were held in    Califor-jstepped    off    the    bus    when    she     ( '7>lVsorutinn    lawyers David     the jury t0  ^ uestion the moliva ‘    !*. ipinicon r * Ver   Prosecution    lawyers D^‘ d      tlon s of state witnesses.    >»ng in the area Robert  Calif.  burglar, described as white, about 17, 5 feet 9 inches  Year Ago Today -  low, 64; rainfall, 0.01  High, 77;!  Traveler’s f-orecast  —Rockefeller—  (Continued from Page I.)  top Nixon administration officials in behalf of a New York firm’s contract renegotiation effort.  No charges were filed.  ♦ * *  Ralph Gholson, 22, of  Park Towne lane NE, and Robert Moore. 4. of 820 N street SW, were injured in a two-car colli-  Rem ley, Jones countv attorney.; and Joe Beck, from the Iowa at-' ‘tornev general’s office, attempt-!  Visser, an assistant to the Jones Mother Testifies    county    engineer, verified the    °---------------   r '    i     s ‘ x    state    wdnesses     scene    of    the discovery, as did  cd    to    substantiate    these    two    Tuesday was Mrs. Joan Connol-    Jones    county deputy    sheriff  claims    with    their    six    initial    wit-    \ y  _ mother of the slain teen-    John Miller.  ager — who broke into tears im-    All    three identified    photo-  nesses.  sion Tuesday at the intersection of highways 149 and 30.  .Gholson was Luke’s hospital  Charges Outlined    mediately    upon    taking    the graphs of the area. Rohwedder  his opening statement,(Witness stand and observing heriwas also asked to identify ft  Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo  Bismarck   PtCldy 70-40  Chicago .....  Cook, 612 Fifth street NW, twoj N p'..    .    .     10  .J  ( -' annon said h * s onl >;  queat ‘ on  Moore, who*was a passenger in  whof * address is rural Key- expect to see her clothes here,” defense, however, Judge John  I ohce arrested an 18-year-old ; in the case involving the    ,    .    .    » R  . 7 n stone.    she    sobbed.    Hyland    deferred    allowing    the  charges; each fined $10 and  costs.  PtCldy 85-58    Improper    width — Robert  Clear 77-58 Myhlhousen, 911 B avenue  Clear 75-56] fined $25 and co t    Nothing    was    reported    taken    in    going    too    far.”  Fair R6-53    lmpropor    leneth — Robert i  lhe     breakin.  PtCldy 71-56! Myhlhousen. 911 B avenue NE;!  ... Fair 76-58 fined $25 and costs.  Fair 86-62 Traffic signal violation    """DOC^Qp-r „  (Continued from Page I.)  Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines .  Detroit......  Indianapolis . .  Kansas City .  Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul  Omaha .....*  St. Louis .....  Sioux Falls .  Coralville Lake  Pool level Wednesday 683.46 j  Births — St. Luke's  Sept. 24 — To the families of Rn b e r t W. Strcight. 434  Thirty-second street NE, a son;:  James A. Seater. 3112 Carroll drive SF,, a son; Charles Bateman, Anamosa, a son.  Births — Mercy  Sept. 24 — To the families of Daniel Rizzio. 701 Nineteenth, ___      f   street NW, a daughter; George Springville: fined $20 and costs, until the middle or the Engel. Ela son.    Prohibited    parking    — Fash- next week at least.  Out of Town Births I cnth^vcnuf!’Marion; fbfetfsioL '  has a lwl1 of a wil1  Hworked.”  At Clear Lake _ Dr. and »"<»     lllVe ’     ,he    doclor     «“  Mrs. Robert L. Broghammrr, a  daughter Sept. 21. Broghammer is the son of Mrs. B. G. Broghammer, 359 Park Terrace SF..  Mrs. Broghammer is the, _ r  .   T> ---------- drive    NE; Jef-  he stated. Nowlin Conner made plans  doctor for a head injury.    j to     conduct    a robbery that night  Police said the accident hap-  and armed  themselves with two .But he dropped the matter p cned    a car dr j ven  b v Lsawed-off shotguns — a pump  after placing four memos deal- Smith struck the rear of Chol- f tnodel belonging to Nowlin and ing with the case into the com-  son 's auto. which had slowed  a  single-shot type of Conner’s  down to enter highway 30 from! which Now,in  dubbed “short  shorty.”  The clothes were earlier iden- jury to view any of the pictures.  treated at st Fernley outlined the nature of daughter’s clothing on the rail-photograph of the body of the  for whinlash  r be charges against Nowlin, ing of the witness box. “I didn't dead girl. On objections by the  *    \ I WhO(!?G pddrc ~     1  -    —__-  1     «    Avnnni e/jn Bnf* AlrtfkifiC KilPO dofnn CO kflllffH/DP JIhHcTA  man inside the store. The sus-|controversial F-14 navy fighter    ^"aTso    rf    820°^Street i S  ^ Mar. 9.  tobcrt pect was released after ques-1 contract of Grumman Aircraft!^,,, ’    ’    ,    ,     nr j va *«    and Atwell C  SNW: lionlng. No charges were filed Corp. was “whether you werej^ ; or n,,.,,  in ; llr t  a " , 0 (Mnduct  , robbery that night! I  A/ /. ,    Cl J    I  washington Students Protest Ball Diamond  mittee record and told reporters later, “As of right now, I have]highway 149. a |not seen anything to block” the No charges were filed. Rockefeller nomination.    __  PtCldy 80-57 j Robert Malloy, 1129 Nineteenth I Fair 76-421 avenue SW; Merle Opperman.*  Fair 81-52j 2163 Forty-second street NE;    -~T . , ,  PtCldy 81—60 j William Fravatt. 1645 Hillview ® tests conducted by .. Fair 81-42 drive, Marion: John Stanerson. specialist in nuclear medicine.  153 Crestridge drive NW; “We find Mr. Nixon now has! On the Attica riot, Rockcfel-  drivT VF a ^Vh 37 f?n^ E i^ W ^H  an embolus in the r »ght mid-}ler said that if he had agreed  drive NE; each fined $15 and'i..--    c    i *    t    .    .    .    .    ,  costs.    lung    field    of    the    lateral surface, to prisoners demands for  Right-of-way violation __; which is a  potentially_ dangerous amnesty and flight to another  Cheryl Maboni Iowa City; fined»situati°n but not critical at this country, “the same thing would j priority given the needs of Ja- of gas.  $25 and costs.    '    time,”    Lundgren    said.    have happened in every prison ' wcrs ki.  Plate violation — Marion “There is a very good chancels the country.”    I    Senator    Nelson    (D-Wis.),    chief 1   Bv Judy Daubenmier  -Watergate—  (Continued from Page I.)  ....    .............. close to the tennis courts and  Shortly before midnight, Mi-    ,. ,    .    ,    .    i    ..    ,    ,    .    ,    ,  |chad Servey and Miss Connolly, Washington high school sin- another diamond to be safely  i w ho had been in Iowa City, dents, Wednesday began circu- used concurrently with the other  became stranded on highway dating petitions asking for a halt [facilities.  ,218 in south Cedar Rapids when] to  construction of a softball dia-l After consulting with the  their vehicle reportedly ran out  mondonthe  jchool's front lawn, coaches and athletic coordina-  -r i    n___„h    tor, Nau made the decision him*  Theresa OConnell, vice- .    .    .    .,    .....    .  ., .  t     e    , irv ,    self to construct the additional  president of the student forum    ^  “Paths Crossed”  ™S n NE- Tcd^WaKoncr i«oo"l r recovery' but' if win'takei''ctaViretepping, he said New|»P°™or of 'he bill. called it “the! Rcmley said they phoned for at the school, said the forum  was a  , e decisjon) and  avenue NI: each fined J20 and sometime," the doctor said.    I York Stale, while he was j (irsl s .' e P  towa '' d  preserving the help and upon walking back to voted unanimously toi oppose ! m  ^  more convenient over a   costs.    No    surger}'    is    being consid-governor, issued more wiretapr ud  Watergate story for posteri- the car “their paths crossed (Construction of the diamond,     0 f  years  adjusting  tntoxkation -- Harold  crod at  present, he added.    orders    than    the    entire    federal    ^     and    for    us o    » n    rcla ted    crimi*    Nowlin and Conner, who he stat- which school officials believe ls  tice schcdu j es lt * s coing to   SeTrh^ $30^nd c^sts n ° n     Lundgren    said    he believes!government “because we had a; nal trials  "    .    led were driving south on the needed for use by girls softball ^  thc intcrests of a lot of   Overload — Kurt Johnson, ^ ixon must  remain hospitalized serious problem with organized  said { he bill would revise highway.    teams in tne spring and sum-  pp0 pj e over a  j on g period  0 f   J  - who mer.    ,    time,”    said Nau.  Miss O Connell said the school  could destroy any of the tapes around and forced the pair into!grounds contain three other    N° Bleachers  after Sept. I. 1979, and which the car at gunpoint and “took diamonds which could be shared No bleachers will be  end of {crime and that was the onlv| the  Provision in the Sept. 7| Remley claimed Nowlin.  I way we could light it And it! a Precment  und or which Nixon was driving, turned his vehicle,  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J Spreitzcr, 2200 Country Club Parkway SE,  At Soda Spring:*. Idaho Mr. and Mrs. Reid Fullmer , a son, Sept. 18. Mrs. Fullmer U the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Zmoos, 1242 Fourth avenue SE  At Dubuque — To Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gradoville, a  daughter. Sept. 24. Mrs. Grado-Ville is the daughter of Florence Fcldhaus. 2055 Washington avenue SE. and Paul Feldhaus. 133 Thirty-fourth street NE Gradoville is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C B. Gradoville, 3820 Vine avenue SE.  “His!  mood is remarkable considering what he has gone through.”  Vehicle control violation —  Daniel    Davis, 913    Seventh  street SW; fined $30 and costs.  Thomas Adamish. 2925 Johnson avenue NE; Jeanne Mitchell-5425 Pineview  frey Maish, 1403 Second street SE; each fined $25 and costs. . . .    .  Improper turn — Earl (interlock systems Brown,    route one,    Marion; vent    a car    from  lined $20    and costs.    belts    are    buckled  Meter    violation —    Dennis ;u     f  .    v     fif   Hromidko, Swisher; fined $105'  Saieiy   The  Discuss Tapes  stiffest question  —GM—  (Continued from Page I  and costs.  Iowa Deaths  86.  Marriage Licenses  Traer — Pearl Dunlav Thursday at 2, Overton’s.  Waukon — Elsie Stone, 68 Thursday at 2. First Presbyterian church. Martin Brothers.  Monticello — Morgan J-1 termini Hyde, 52. Friday at 2, Dcvan-' ev’s. where friends may call after 7 Wednesday.  I o w a City Wehrle, 86. Thuii  He said a freeze on additional standards beyond those in effect for 1975 models would allow for a full cost-bcnefit review of existing and proposed regulations by a government-industry panel. The panel then would de  former governor has undergone Sept. i in the two days of friendly'first.  .interchange came when, for;  ! about IO minutes, Byrd sought Z’whioh nr ! l ° Rockefeller to discuss: The  starting until  ,he  , Wh "* S’*? J 31 *? agrcc quires - is not offset  Jn g     statement!jointly  (there should be full disclosure'government tor three years and of Nixon's Watergate role At one point, Rockefeller said (poena for judicial pr Byrd was trying “to make  'provided for destruction of all I them for a ride.”    by    the boys’ and girls’ teams, j structed at the  t h e the tapes on Nixon's death or J Next. Remley continued. Now-She pointed out that boys’ and said, because a  1984.  con-  diamond, he hill near the  whichever    came    Un told Servey (who    was    aile-    girls’ teams share the    gymna-,backstop will provide natural  gedly in the back seat    with    Con-    sium for practice according to a    seat Mig area.  tier) to “hand over his money.”;rotating schedule.    Nau    met    with    representatives  Remley claimed Servey gave    Lawn    Important    of the student forum Wednesday  7 agreement re- Conner $42. which was then     tho    nr pc Prv o*j on     morning    about    the    softball    dia-  Nixon,    papers    bo    passed to Nowlin    „ £    montk bu, -ho,r    arguments    did  To Jones County    (ant than convenience.    Ifs the    „ e  ^ *  he   s  did     ^  mmd   Joint Holding  Sept that held  itant than convenience.  gUYt I liniLi.i IAH tin it Vials ill IU    _ n ]    {    al    rtamnic    VL^hinh     u    ilc    ulu     iiiiiiu    u    uic  the tapes for five years for sub- 1  It is the state's contention that  anl > P dr  'h e i aa ’P“ s  w"' 1 " students submitted their peti-poena for ludieial proceedings. Nowlin proceeded lo drive fo" n >  u ™er an atnieut iuia. (ions to his immediate superior.  she said. two* Washington  Eli/ab ay at  Joanne Irvine and Roger Heck rot h, both of Cedar Rapids. Kathy Voss, Cedar Rapids, and Steven Pasker. Hiawatha. Virginia King and Jerry Burgin, both of Hiawatha.  me In the agreement, Nixon do-! rurid  Jones county, near differ w ith the President on a nates the tapes to the National I^* d  Morley  ro; *d bridge subject where I don’t have all Archives on Sept. I, 1979, with miles southeast cf Anamosa.  the information.”    the provision that he can order! /Ihere. Remley charged, Now-:^^    ,     r  a  n  l ' si . * ‘  nf  ..  “We're not sitting as a schoolidestroyed    any    that he deems    Bn “had forcible sexual inter-    I     d  \ er( .    ,,     T  (  h    it    h   ...    u    ,    j .    ..    I.    ...    <    aith    \ti««i    Connol Iv II mond from baseball. I he pitch-  hi i jboard here on whos going to'could be used to injure, cm-  L0UISC <w,,n M,ss  vonnouyn    ,    ,  which should he elimin-L _ . .    ,    .    ,     u  i ZL    i    »»    apainst hi»r rpsistanro’’ and “a1- mg mound and distance  be superintendent of schools,    barrass,    or    harass any person,    against net resistance ann ai    *  agree-;    most immediately thereafter I  tw een    bases are  wishes with his  s ^ ot  ^ er  m Hie back of thc head  said -|you might someday be Presi- papt»rs after three years and he at close range with a shotgun.    Safet\ hactor  ,, dent of the United States.    states in    it    that    he intends to do-    'he evidence will show that    \    “safety factor”    is    also    in-1  said,:    »—*—i-' «u«is h e    dic'd almost instants-1 volved, he said, because one of  ated and which maintained or established for 1978-model cars. “GM is not for undoing” cur-  Byrd said. “I’m going about He is free' this in the fuli recognition that mcnt to do as  under he  Principal Don Nau said the additional diamond  be-  different. he  Dr. Don Stout.  he  Fires  10:06 a.rn, Tuesday. heated furnace at  Twenty-ninth street drive SE.  11:06 a rn. Tuesday. Illegal  Donahue’s.    j    ,    *    „  Vinton - Zella A. Lvnk. 88.  control  requirements,  Friday at 1:30. Presbyterian contending that 1975-model cars church. Visitation at Campbell’s (provide adequate    safety    and an-  beginning Thursday.    A memo-    j ti-pollution f e a t    u re s    without  rial has been established,    !    ,  Elkader - Elmer J. Gott<-  add >Honal requirements.  j chalk, 65. Thursday at 10:30,    -------  Peac<‘ United Church of Christ.] IO YEARS AGO — Queen Eli-1 IV"  Over- Liiuij! C layton (entcj. Witt s. zabeth II signed a proclamation JI « . .  1070     .  2’»2u Oelwein David Dal ie n- ,    ..     h     ..    .    ,    On    Sept.    I,    1979,    the    tapes  “ibach. 82. 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