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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NAT I flu ai tut    a.^'    ‘Ii "ws .r:    -turn.    '■?%*■•■  NATIOnM WI Ainu HK VICI IOfclCA$l 10 7AM 111 I*- * ~ M  DEATHS  Herbert Morrow  Herbert Morrow, 82, ol 1414 Seventh avenue SE, a Cedar Rapids resident more than 35 years, died Friday following a long illness.  Horn .Jan HI. I M2, at Barm  Slight Hike In Crime in Cedar Rapids  on crime  Tapes—  (Continued from Page I.)  j  'only .strives to protect what frightfully belongs to the public I The bill does not question Nix-  riir Odar Rapids Gazette: Friday, October 4, 1974  I he I* BJ s report un vi nm.    ,    ...    .    ,    .    »    .,  during lh,, first xix month, of™.* ''"'mnte ownorship of tho  this iridic  Communist Issue Behind Italy's Woes  Watergate—  (Continued from Page I.)  year. retard Thursday! 1 ^* 8  »"? P a P cra hul deals on y   ,—oates 3,900 total crimes were i" J 1 cu , stody  f?  reported in Cedar Rapids during! ’  s "P ula,cs  , ,hal  h  N T  isjthe first half of 1974.     must     ^ «™Fensated by the  icily, he was married to Marian j Thee ineluded one murder „ r S overnmcnt  if the courts hold  K Smock Dec 21    1921 al  J  ,,    ,,    'hat his properly is taken with-  WichHa Kan Iluring World war' I 1 "" J? ' g m ® nsla “« h  out compensation, vvitniid, nan. uurmg worm wdr (two  f or( *,ble rapes,36 robberies,j ....    ,    ..  teTJt carpenter focl^SM hmenv th“ and' 1 ™ impend™ rT 'the house. I with the (trave economic crisis'    we questioned mem ver;  jRlndcrknccht Construction Co 293 motor vehicle thefts    ‘ that body on Wednesday direct-seems possible without Commu->• ‘'™ a a   |udjced   had completed    only    IO inter-  j    views. Five persons    were    ex-  jcused, apparently because the judge or the attorneys felt they ROME    (AP)    -    The    collapse    of    had indicated    bias.    Five    re-  Italy's    aith    government    since     mainpd on  «*    panel    still    sub-  .    lect to one more round of chal-  World war ll is causing  m{ > re  i en g es   concern than usual because no  Karh  potential juror was  similar lcgisla-  new (,<) alition capable of coping asked nearly IOO questions.  •     1  “We questioned them very  for more than 16 years prior to his retirement.  »xT  VU WF ATW* FOTCX AS? $  Snow and rain are forecast for the northern Rockies and northern Plains. Showers are expected from the mid Mississippi valley to the Great Lakes. Rain is i-kely also over parts of New York and Pennsylvania.  The report did not list  Mr. Morrow was a member of J fi'r,t^.sl^'Jnoni h's^oMas^ vi'ar  al c ' llS '' ,ny Um ‘‘  conRress ac ‘l!’" Cedar Christian church; Hun-because they we’re .. not 00mpa . hills declaring them to be public lord American legion post; Se-| raWr wilh  ,974  and no| usc . d  properly mor Men s Christian club of the  m trpnd  tabulations.”  YMCA, and Carpenters Union local 308.     S,, R ht     Crease  Surviving are his wife; a 1  The trend, nonetheless, proba  indicates a slight rise in life  „ led (hat the Nixon papers and| nist  participation    l kndw  T L f     'W'®    .P?*"**    £  n,t Ko    rnf uicr '    ‘    They passed the test for  [tapes not be moved    long-simmering    question     m0     ”  a1 custody    until    congress     ac ^ n  of a    ro , p fop }h(1    Communis t s in    Sirica formed a panc |  of 144   tho    government    was a major    potential jurors for this phase of  factor in the collapse rhursday    th e  selection process. Unless the  That provision    was    added    to    a     () f    center-left    coalition head-    p ace p j cks up  markedly, it will  bill approving $200,000 in pen     c( j    }» r( > mi( . r  Mariano Rumor.    t ake ITU)r(l  than  a wee k to    collision and expenses for Nixon to    | ta jj an     communist party    plete questioning of each,  make the transition to private ^ largest in the West, the* “Sealing Everything”  The Ford administration    *  daughter, Mary E. Realer, |bly indicates a slight rise mute me rom anmmisiraiKiii  socon d largest party in Italy. It Sirica and the lawyers were Cedar Rapids; a son, Herbert, serious crimes, according to As-had sought $850,000 for Nixon  Kcts onc out of evc r y  four votes questioning jurors when lawyers jr., Hyattsville, Md; two distant Chief John Erger.    !    The senate appropriations  )n na tj ona j elections and con- for Nixon delivered to the  sisters, Ora Lake and Opal Par-:  dubsky, both of Cedar Rapids,    tistics    were released    in    the  and three grandchildren.    Cedar    Rtapids report    was    he-  Services: Chape! of Memories ionise of a change-over in the at 10:30 am. Monday by    the,method    of reporting    larceny-  Rev. Neville (J. Clayton    of    thefts,    Erger said  The reason no 1973 cr ime Ma- committee Friday agreed with j rn | s powcr f u i General Con- judge’s office a sealed envelope  the house-passed measure. The    f edorat j on 0 f    j^bor It also    eon-    containing motions asking him  committee voted unanimously to     |ro)s fhp c j ty RO vernment into quash subpoenas requiring  trim its own proposed $238,000    R 0 ] 0fina and     several other    mu-    Nixon’s testimony,  figure to conform to the house     n j c jp a ijtj cs .    One of the subpoenas was is-  version.    _    _    sued    by    defendant John Ehrlich-  Under the old method, aban- But the senate committee  Throat to NATO  man, former high-ranking aide  Vipwrnmntbrv Amin u^j in . 0  [Cedar Christian church. Burial.    ,  ;.! n icry -    ’Cedar    Memorial    with    military     (,oned     in    July,    1973,    the    depart-    measure    went    one    step    further    Rumor’s    Christian    Democrats.     in    ( hr    Nixon    White    House.    The  The Weather     High terr perAturei    ThcrsUay,    lOW    tem      neraiures    overnight    and inche,    ot    pus      cipitation                          Anchorage    M    M M    L Anqeles    ll    64      Ailanto    64    3S    Miami    U    IC .17      Bismarck    SI    40    M.o'atttts    43    47      Chicaqo    SI    SO    N. Orleans    11    40      Denver    13    A1    New York    SO St      Duluth    sa    31    Ptweni*    ft    75      Honolulu    it    13 65    Seattle    64    SO      Houston    IO    ti    Washmyton    S3    34      M—Missing.                      Extended F'orecast — Chance     Marriages Dissolved  Rosemary and Gene Earl Fries. Pamela .to and Randall [Clancy Reed Dennis Alan and i Glenda Susan McEJligott. Leonard and Darlene Mervine Benicassa.  Phillip f. services by Hanford post.  What Cheer.  Dyersville  Gravel, 74. Saturday at ii:3«,(Friends may call at the Cedar St. Francis Xavier basilica. Ro- Memorial funeral home after  S Sunday ;,nd  at the chapt  ment would determine the price of an item stolen. Since the change-over, the value of the  item as given by the victim is I assist Nixon through Feb  Fires  of rain Sunday through Tuesday. Lows Sunday, upper 20s northwest to near 40 southeast.  Highs, mid 50s Lows Monday, j enue SW. mid 30s to low 40s and highs, mid 60s to low 70s.  c.  High Thursday  11:17 a m. Thursday. furnace at 1509 Fourteenth avenue SW.  Solon — Fi nest K .nian Sat-i after 9 a.m. Monday. The fami- j used. urdav at 10:30, Brosh’s Cedar ! ty suggests that friends may, if Despite the lark of compari-Rapids.    '    [(hey    wish,    donate to the Cedar son, the number of larcenies  Winthrop _ Helen Scott, 61.IC h r i s t i a n church memorial (listed has increased, Erger said. Fawcett’s.     fund  ^  caskct Ul jj ^  c , oscdi  The FBI reported a 16 percent  at 10:25 Monday.    ! f, rime    rise nationally in the first  Car-Truck Crash       haIf    of    1974   In Des Moines  of  Crime in Des Moines   VAn 'l y _ Blocks Highway 30   n  . Highway 30 east of Cedar, „ mrc  omn i>»    .,.5..,,.    „<    .    .    ,, IV          „  for about  |LpW i, Str< .„ a „ d; , Cedar nnpids"^dmSSU" wMhc^, laid'^  frnm< ' n '     b °    ^    ^  on car at 112 Twenty-sixth av-  four  hours Friday morning fbi-;resident before moving to Man-  samp |)r ' KK '  Us(     ^    .     s,ud - vin L    another    i    would    Im     trrnative    t0     government    paraly-  Mrs. Lewis Streit  Marie Streit. 76, widow  than the house by    placing a    Italy’s dominant party since     0 (h rr  came from special prose-  $220,000    ceiling on salaries    for    World war II. has steadfastly     cu t or  Leon Jaworski  government personnel who can rejected the Communists’ de-1 “i  m  scaling everything in-   9 > mands for inclusion in the gov-  vo |ved in this matter until after 1975.    jernment. But the Socialists, the the jury has been sequestered,”  The ceiling was calculated on second largest party in the rul-1Sirica said He refused even to the salaries of the 74 employes j n g coalition, have increasingly .give copies to the prosecutors or now assigned by the govern-.supported the Communist de-'Ehrlichman’s attorneys, ment to    help Nixon    But it    ex-     man( i and their battles with the    while they couldn't be con-  Christian Democrats crippled    firmed, reports circulated in the  the government.    (federal    courthouse    that    Nixon’s  The new crisis raised fears in    lawyers had cited his health and  Western capitals that admission    national security as reasons  of the Communists to the gov-[why he would be unable to ap-  cluded payment for Nixon’s valet and maid In another action involving Nixon, Watergate special prose-in- cutor Ixcon Jaworski has written  1:29 pm noun to grass and logs behind 1824 1  ■> Sixteenth avenue SW. 5:08 p.m. Thursday. Invrs   n     ,    5:08    p.m.    Thursday.    Inves-    Treated    at    a Cedar Rapids Charles ll. Boyer, jr., Cedar     t>  '    ,    ,    ...    .  R. Weather    ligate    odor    in    building    at    HOI    hospital    and    released were the Rapids; two daughters. Mildred  tlonally ^ontra •' , '  wlth  actual in a letter disclosed on I   da >.......«t     T ^fK C CrX UC F«lb.,l d -er    of    .he    ear. Ginger Faye Achison, S.oux fcity. and    I  lowing a car-semi accident Ihat chester in 1946. died Thursday. 10 ,de ri T x)r | ff° s  Moinesiproper lor his final Ualergale , s  , [nd  (.(.onomic collapse. The Thursday. ^ Vnk-Unjured two persons about 5:30 in Sioux City    '     was ,he only 0,hcr l#wa c, *y I report to include a chapter on  L -  s  , md o|hpr mcmbPrs of tho   a m.    ^  js  survived by a son.  Ils '^- .    ^    -Ihc former ITcsidenfs involve-  A „ anlic  T^aty organia-   ;  Treated al a Cedar Rapids,Charles H. Boyer, jr...    ,"“”^,11*    ■»£";. .....  „    ^    Ii®" feared that ow* in the goy.  ernment. the Communists would  ________ ,    .    ,    ,    ,    .    . con “    try to pull Italy out of NATO.  Uw overnight    52    »•    navenporl. and a pas-INelson. Des Moines, several    ^     a ^llTh,c7    Iw    im    " a '- VS     V* f‘  Noon Friday ........... <1    port.    jsenger, Eileen Dempsey, 8. of grandchildren and great-grand-  L7 J' ,    P 011  a. ^ an appendix which woui i  anCR  , ncrease d sharply when  2 p.m. Friday ................76    6:30    p.m.    Thursday.    I’nknown    •    480    Fifth    avenue    Marion    children.    .     s  u      ,rp    incrcasfl ( ’^ ,n ' elude transcripts of White House| Grcecc  i ts  eastern neighbor,  Precipitation ........... Non e    rear    ear    seat    across    from    336    Services: Saturday at 10:30 at    the    upward    trend    that    tapes.     u     nulled its forces out of NATO^spokesman says deserters tak  Total for October .........None,    p'^Thurxday.    Short    to    lear,    westbound    on the highway | Bohnenkamp’s. Manchester.    GeLraTwdliam    iudWare' rommitlro"' membJ^ because of the Cyprus crisis last  ing part in  president Ford't  Normal for October ...    2    26    f an     motor    at    907 econd street    -,,io.     nnc .*    ~c    not; where friends may call. Scrip- L :     r ,.^    ’    [judiciary (ommittf rn mb  Slimm er.    rv>nHitinnal    amnnctv rrnararr  Normal through October . 29.39 SE.  I 0,al ,97 f ..     S a m a, Tog""a d v-    'ho    center    line    and slruek the'^ral horn,  Barometer, falling ........,em. highway 30 and West Post!eastbound truck head-on.  Humidity at noon  5o% road W.     truck    was dr j ven  h y  Mrs. Stephen Compton  Say Loophole In Amnesty Is Closed  CAMP ATTERBURY. Ind. AP — A defense department  i tne nignwayi w,,,,,w - i,IW,,,, H i >9    1070    »*    Mtnmev    r  east of Pali-1 where friends may call. Scrip-  d  ,  r y   nark crossed  tur( ‘ service Friday at 8 at the B »axbe said.  P , crossed;  #  ______   -    The    uniform    c  Johnny R. Fields, route one.j Sallisaw. Okla.  55% road W.  Wind direction and velocity at Magistrate s Court  2 p m. S at 14 mph.    Speeding    —    Jeffrey    WH  Sun ruses Saturday, 7:08; sun bams, Edgew’ood; lined $40 and I eat* clo    costs. James Ryan, 3324 ^    ■  vr’ 4    t    Susan drive NW; fined    $35 QUCikO*^  ^ear Ago Ioda> H(gb, 6a,  and costf;  i^a r ry Deboest, Todd- . r  ..    .    .  low. 57; rainfall, none.    Ville; Dale Evans, 1836 A ave-,    (Continued    from [age I.)  nue NW; dennis Crooks,    1613;-p. ^     n  .    ..  Twelfth avenue SE; Dennis  The    s,xth f,oor of    Banco     &  Schipper. 157 Belvedere drive Undustria building crashed to Weather, Hi-Lo    NW; Patricia Go wen.    516 J the    ground in Lima    A    tree  Bismarck    Shwrs    46-28    f’' ,nuc     William    thundered    down    onto    the    histor-  Shwrs 74-50, Miller; 3010 Bowling -----  h h a ic h fau-orski to  summ<>r     conditional amnesty program  The uniform crime report ii- * a ° k c "a “full and complete     sh " rt    Fiat    w<,pk     ^ ay  ^' rlfd ..™ ldary   t ides serious crime into two ca-  recor d detailing any involve- —The Fiat auto company Fri-     u    r  a1  tegories. One is, violent crimes. m rn Ls of the former President.” day put 65.000 workers on a 24-which include murder, forcible 7h e  senators said such a re- hour work week, underlining the  tive service.  “Under the Uniform Code of  Mary E. Compton, 59, wife of rape. robbery and aggravated  p 0 r  t is necessary because economic crisis.    Military    Justince . •    ®  Stephen CL Compton. 1742 Sixth assault.    Fords    pardoning of Nixon effec- Fiat, whose sales have plunged statement (obtain a sen1 g .  - ..........'-.y    blocked any Ina, of -he  a , a rexul. of the world energy g-    -J--  Violence I p  The FBI said violent crimes  Traveler’s Forecast Saturday  street 1   avenue SFL died in University hospitals, iowa City Friday  after a long illness. Born Get ,    .  26. 1914. at Hopkinton, she had     aatl ” nally     ‘ n   lived rn Cedar Rapids for the  the f ! ra '  ha "  of ,he    yc ";    “ m '  las! 16 years    P arad    10  four perc ent laxt year.  , The second category of prop-Mrs. Compton was a member  rr j m( , s  includes burglary, if the Sanctuary Society of Im- | arcpny and aU ( 0  theft. They maculate Concept ion church.  r3SP  jj percent compared w ith  former President  Halt to Nixon Briefings Urged  ledTced^^rk'weTbegmni'n'g ■'» »°'"" a "- ^"eral counsel for Monday would be lo slow pro-   l ' f . '  n  can prove a deserter did not in-  short week would not last be-  tpnd  '»  ful(i !'  h,s il,e ™ a,e ser ‘ vend Jan ll. and that a special;^    bejpmecute,I.  Des Moines  Detroit......  IndianajKtlis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha .... St. Ixouis' . .. Sioux Falls .  40-hour week.  20-Percent Inflation  Chicago .......-o"«n Aw" Mrineene sVrothcr* *>816 O■ ic  university building in lea.  Cleveland    PtCldy    72-52* avenue NW; each fined $30 killing a student.    I Surviving in addition to herL  (uo  p^^nt drop in the first Moss  ! Shwrs 67-40[and costs. Robert McDonald.    Cars    Crushed    husband are two daughters.  haJf of m     that Richard Nixon is a “securi-  . Shwrs 71-52 544.5 Vermont street SYV Jo-    .Wm.*    a    l    ^ rs - Al Gorman. C edar Rapids.;    uniform crime report is ty risk” and should no longer be  Cloudy 72-56 soph Wetland, 1832 Second A dormitory and worker  an d Cindv Compton, Davenport;     on rpi '  statisti ^  fur Ji ven class i fie d briefings bv the    ,    ,    on  PtCldy 75-93 avenue SE; David ^Apted^ 825  houscs in an  agricultural experi- fwn  hrnihers Dennis KetaeJ^I rite.     an d    ""«“«*    «|    For    the    last 20 years, Italians   Ke n°^. I state law enforcement agencies. | in a letter lo President F'ord. } crcnt as  ,|, c i r  government quires deserters lo report to  Moss, chairman of a subcom- changed at a rate of more than their- local Selective Service mittee dealing with government  one a year t hj s  j s  the third board within 15 days after dis-  WASHINGTON I UPI I - Rep slate fund would help out cm-    “tbat'’Anerters c7uld  (D-Calif.) has charged Pl«y« no longer working a full. ,  g n  a   f ( a||(rn|Uv( sfrvice   once out of the military, since civilian courts would have no jurisdiction in the matter.  cities, counties and, government    gene^aiiy    ha'veGe’m"ained’"indif-  The clemency program re-  Del-  one  Mississippi Stages  <Flood sUrcs in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 4 7. no change lansing (18) ll,8. fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 11 8. fall .1 McGregor (18) 6.3. fall 2 Guttenberg (15) 3.5, fall I Dubuque (17) 6.8. rise .7 Davenport <15) 3.3, rise .9 Keokuk ( 16) 2.2, fall .1  PtCldy 75-55 Ted Knoll, 5720 Johnson ave- from buildings in the capital ^ Crowley Marion, and Rain 52-33 NW:  y  K i^rJc    o    *5»     c ,u shed     hundreds    of    ears.    grandson  Fe reb, 609 Third avenue SE;« A man with appendicitis was Services: Monday IO am. 1m-Andy Holmes, 818 A avenue  In  the operating room of a Lima  ma( *uiate Conception church by NW; John Lamb. 3420 Oak-[hospital when the earth began .u„  R ,,..    p li-nnarri  S 1A Uoderwood"*av«uje '»    Z™ ^ia" ImmSt/ Comep.ion  SW; Rosalie Prat1429 sprinted out of the building,  leaving him stretched on the table while bottles of medicine  Has $175,000 in Bonds but Lives On Skid Row  cemetery Castle Grove, at I  Odar at C’.R. (13) 3.28. fall .02  Coralville Lake  Pool level Friday    683.41  Births — Mercy  Ort. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Paul  SEATTLE (AP) - Lloyd Fjel-  strect SW; Laverne Meade,  Oxford; Michael Wilson, 2120 North Towne lane NE; each I tumbled and smashed  fined $20 and costs.    I    ______  Faulty equipment — Ronald N u 11. Toddvitle; Elizabeth GGSOIIIIC*-”  (Continued from Page I.)  _ L    ...    ,    |    Kevrs.    FJizabeth Irene  Improper passing — Diane though the companies may be Sattirciav at 10:30 a rn.  Nielsen, Waterloo; fined $20 considering them    I    Christ    Church    United    Presby  and costs.  information policies, said Nixon  CH binot collapse this year, and charge from Camp Atterbury to was guilty of illegal acts ami  d comes a .s inflation rages at  wor k alternative service re-therefore is ineligible for the se-     morc than 2 o    percent    and    the    qoirements.  ere! briefings which he has been    f omgn  trade    deficit    regularly    William Brehm. assistant sec-  receiving since he resigned     (ops$ | billion a    month.    "    rotary of defense for    manpower  i.    and reserve affairs,    and Selec-  Rvan, Shellsburg; Robert Short.! 1438 E avenue NE; each tined) SIO and costs.  from 2 to 9 p m.  Memorial Services Keyes. Elizabeth  In the past, President Giovanni U‘one has begun talks to line t' ve  Service Director Byron Pe-  Moss noted that F’ord himself  p.m. Rosary Sunday at 7:30 stad, BO. sits on his ragged bod  saK ,  accep t a nce of a pardon  pm. at Stewart funeral home j„ his skid row room and fingers  cnu | d he    as  admission  u . ..  new cabi  ”, , mmedja t e |v pi tone joined Hoffman on the  whore friends may call Sunday ,, Hornbook that <J a ' a  ^' a ‘ of guilt.     B L th^mo he Zt lhe visit to Camp Atterbury  re —LiiiuL hjuuig    '    '    *    submi' that under these g enpr al unease by postponing I he three officials were  US. twiny, nowts.    conditions thai Richard Nixon  |he start wns J| (ations un „| briefed and inspected the bar-  The bonds .in worth m° rc j W()U | d  b c  judged under all i>erti-yj ondav     racks arca where about    IOO de-  __[than $175,000. but f' J el * s,ad ra,s  nent criteria as a security risk.” ‘ Humor succeeded himself in sorters are being housed.   at  aru!^Imll^hirhamburcw^in^sah     Wr0 ^l .    March as head of another Meanwhile, army officials  and boils his hamburger in salt, “Two-Tiered System” center-left coalition following a confirmed Thursday that Camp  . ,    A    Gulf    distributor    said the terian by Hie Rev. Robert Bon- water to spice up his life    -    if    tj K , rp  ; s rmt  tx* a two-    ” J u : ........7”’.....*    :    \ttnrhurv    mipht    soon he closed  Entering prohibited area -  vun ai ^ n ” ulor  ‘ sain ine  ion. Burial: Oak Hill cemetery.  Thp  ,  P  , ,  r  Ta const rue! ion 1  *• V  Ls  ,    ,     a     reshuffle    of    his    previous    cabi-    Atterbury    rnigm    soon De ciosea  Joelyn Fehrcnkrob. 2111 Blake companies which are announc-[  Fnt?nds niav    at     Turnoi    ,    i!?    u“: tlerf,i     system    of    justice    in    this     net     , n    June    hc    resignw j (     but    because    fewer    deserters    than  gew’ood road NW, a claught! Kenneth Quinin. 3009 Carriage drive SW, a son.  hilt SE; fined $15 and costs. Timothy Garbovv, 1119 Third street SW; fined $10 and costs. Resisting an officer — Robert  Birtns — Nt. Lul e s  OFI t tun (amilinx: nf Watkins, 937 Twenty-first av- '>si ior amoco  '    .!»»    fSv    enue    SW;    fined    $20    and    costs.    disagreed    with  utn>. Fairfax, a      ..  Analyst Disagrees  Meanwhile, the district ana  hen chat>cl by tho Rev. Neville [Clayton of Cedar Christian 'church. Burial: Cedar Memori-  ;;|lyst for Amoco in Des Moines  PaUrrf , oni  „ arript  __  G rave-  RnKsri Knntnv    Fairfax a     v , *v J, ■    ,    n.nu    -----n ---------- o statement    sicio .service*.- Monday at I h>  rim-hor lohn    Howell 4417    Vehicle    control violation — j made Friday bv Jack FN erett of    tho Rev Weiner Lrtnkc of  Mf Vernon road    SE. a daugh-     Wlilia m Dyol. 2631    Bevor ave-[Ottumwa, president of the Iowa    Twin Pines Baptist church,  w    ..on-, s-.toht.    nu.- SE:    lined $25    and costs .    , D eaters \ssn     Bu, ‘ *  1 C,, ' ar ,m,nal   Sixtcenthj l,as<,,,ne  sealers Assn    Friends may call at Cedar Me-  Everett said the price reduc-    mortal after 9 a in Monday  ....... •    •    «•    •*-'--9    ~    Prnhihifoil    lurLimr    (    hPfVl    Ut.  Van  SW,  ne    ism worried about    inc    Honorable Lyndon B Johnson.    |' lk( q lhood     oF that    haDDcning ci a bly,”    said Maj. J(  missing bonds because they  that former  President Nixon left ^ am  h   Meanwhll( , the eabmet amnesty spokesma were immediately frozen and office under conditions analo-  g  Mednwniie, ?ne (aoinet    ^    _  can’t    he cashed He s ud    he    ,    I^momuns anaio-     rcmains in    offlce  ^     a careta ker    ------  cant    ne (asma ne s.na    n<    jr (nis l0  j css  {ban an honorable  observers  little operations  reduce appre-John Kallun-  spokesman.  Vehicle control violation  W  Kerry Mann. 2905 Eight-    Hobbf.    1024  Ifffi .S-Tsnn; C    ^     H   Horn. 3408 Ardsley  ra ^ b ‘^ , ^ v  , ”ur.ven^  |,l0n  »'" <» fSort-hved. and was  government.  tei  Shed Stolen  Victor Thompson, 895  West  vrn  lane SW, a daughter; George Schiller. 1601 Eleventh avenue SW, a daughter  Seventh SW; fined SI5 and costs.  Out of Town Births  avoided hanks because    “I dont    discharge of his    responsibilities  like the expenses.”    given him by    the American  His riches have been    acquired    electorate in tile    1972 election  slowly    by living on a bare sub-    • [ question whether the brief- 1   Nelson.    Iva Mac    Private    silence level ”1 live on    as little    , rif ,  () f Richard Nixon, who is no     Nmth  avenue, Marion, reported  prompted by a drop in sales Ile'    '    fL 1 .    'a",'    ***?     aay    , “ XU '     lon R"  i,n l,m P |o > e  <*    «»'-!°  ,  J  h ‘ >  (-'T  shp , nff ' s  « ff »- p . lha '  a   ■ Kichl-of-uay    violation    -    'said    he    expects    prices    to    rise to    charles R. Mehaffev    of Axburi    'L',-    ernineiti. iloes not rn itself eon-    iced    shed.    va net.    at    had  Floyd    Barnes,    1221    B    avenue    :he    7(Vccnt    ix*r    gallon    range    bv    United    Methodist    church.     Mt *     re <tivcs ,.2.    «i    month    stitute a breach of rules, regu-    b 0 ™    * i,olen     ) r< » m   NW; fined SB) and cost:    Unrinc    Burial: Linwuod cemetery, from his union pension    plus his    lotions, or laws    proscribing the W’ednesday night or I hursday  Traffic signal violation -  f   arul  Douglas 'J’bu rn rn. 1413 First Dave Whitaker, Arnot’ avenue SW; fined $15 and;(net analyst, said the priet  costs.    Dustmen!! are based on the  Obstruelliif cro«ln, Chi- ,     d o[| |hl ,  |ai ,  sa]es   cago. Milwaukee, St. Paul and  #    tf  ,    _j  Drive Safely  residence  spring  I rjuir nu? ii .I i \ nil .I & nm  At Des Moines — Mr.  Mrs. John Rodgers Welch , a  son Sept. 28 Mrs. Welch is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.  Harold Simmm, 395 Memorial drive SE  At Kooskia. Idaho Mr. and Mrs. Mike Haves , a daughter  c q arK ,.  Sept. 28. Mr* Hayes is the Fallowing too close daughter of Joyce MathewtuBurgess, 507 Seventh Anaheim, Calif. and Bob  SW , fined $30 and com.-Mathews. 4420 Bowling .street  SW.    Iowa    Deaths  ii.    I    Van    Horne    Lloyd    E  Marriage Licenses Maher, Ti Fellmet’s. Keystone  Marvatene Luke?- and Rich- Postville Albert Gulsvig, next spring aid Parsons, both of Codal 89 Saturday at I 30, St Paul  Rapids. Sally Hanson and Ste- Lutheran church. Sohutie’s.    .............  vrn Bruce, both of Ccntei * Gibson Margaret Schultz,  Point Linda McBride, Marion, go Saturday at 2, United Pre -j Patrick Koch, Cedar Rapids. bytcrian church. Burial in Oak  Burial: tanwood    cemetery    nom ms unum pviimun ^iu^    mo    unions, or laws proscribing the  [Surviving are two sisters. Mrs.[social .security benefits. Of his publication of highly classified  0  j Charles Finnegan, Oro ah a | W 724  yearly income, his total maternal ”  he cost    Topeka "Kan *    •    *     ann ual expenses are S1.2W)    A    Moss asked Ford to recognize  ,    __ few years ago he managed    on    that “this unprecedented ad of  Express Your Sorrow WMH Flowers  from ...  4 Seasons Shop  3028 Mf Vernon Rd 363 5885  Pacific railroad, two charges; bf gasoline lh’ also doubted fined $15 and costs on each Everett s contention that prices  will soon be raised again “I don’t agree with it.” he said ’it s hard to say what will happen to the cost of crude oil;  I don’t think anybody could pre-i diet now what prices will be  Ga.de  avenue  Smmot Citizse Buses  Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-K244  Area Ten (SEATS)  In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere HOO-332-5996  unpreci  Sl.ioo. but inflation has taken its resignation was indeed brought loll    about because of the personal  He complains that his rent conduct of Richard Nixon ” went up from $2 from the $28 a month he paid last year. 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