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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Rain Is expected Tuesday night over Nevada, Arizona and southern Florida. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. -Daily rnfid NE; fined and j Rift lit -of -way Donald Strunk, The Weather Extended Forecast Fair to partly cloudy Tuesday through Thursday. Highs mostly in the mid fiOs to low 70s. in the 40s. of nr Anchoraqc 41 35 .07 L. flnqclcs 68 63 Allanta ...81 SO Miami ....S273 Bismarck ..69 -10 Min'apolis 54 4S Chicago .4741 N. Orleans 8161 Denver ...if, 40 New York 75 43 Duluth 40 37 Phoenix B4 70 Honolulu ..87 74 .04 Seattle 70 43 Houston ..82 64 Washington 77 46 C. R. Weather High Monday .................5G Low overnight Noun Tuesday 2 p.m.......... Precipitation......... Tola! for October ...........0.26 Normal for October ........2.26 Normal through October .29.39 Total for 197-1 ..............-10.23 Barometer, falling .........30.06 Humidity at noon ........56% Magistrate's Court Speeding Jay Atwood, 1022 Regent street NE; fined S40 and costs. Su San Klink- hammer, We.st ]3rancb; Edward Chester, 123! Twenty-ninth street NE; George Gcbran, Ocl- James Secvcll, Center jPoint; Kim Gahring, Keith drive NK; Colleen Kellcv, Brent Hailing, 1202 Oakland road NE; Marilyn Schubert, 3237 Mound avenue SE; Archie Niches, 200 Thirty-fourth street drive SE; Gary Hcnnick. 2033 D street William Stcpanck, 330 Twenty-fourth street NW; Da- vid Nochl. 1801 Eleventh avc- Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SW at 12 mph. .....11 Inue SE; Uorcen Wilkorson. .....58 Eighteenth street SW; Harold Happ. 105 Tenth street NE: Charles Riehm, Ittaii A avenue NE; Carl Hoyt, 1200 Twcnty- eiuhlh strcol SE; Frederick Gos- lin, 407 Sinclair avenue SE; Donald Miller, 1209 Thirty- sixth street SE; Thchna Pctrak. route two. Marion; Donald Old Marion road NE; Willard Wagner. 1511) Eighth avenue SE; Pauline Sou- kup, Brockman avenue, Marion: Michael Smith, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 75; low, 71; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo Wrallicr, Hi-I.n Sun rises Wednesday, Eleventh street, Marion; Shirley Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Ties- Mninet- Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul .Clear 82-50 ___PtCldy 70-51 .....Fair .PICld.v .Fair 7C-4R ...Cloudy (i.3-43 .PICld.v 08-47 ......Fair .PICld.v (iS-Ti1 Fair 71-50 Omaha ........PtCldy 73-43 St. Louis ..........Fair 73-4R Sioux Falls .......Clear 80-50 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in hrackcts) Lacrosse (12) 5.1. rise .3 Lansing (18) 7.7, fall .1 Dam 0 (18) 12.7. rise .1 McGregor (18) 12.7. rise.1 Guttenberg (15) 4.1, rise .2 Dubuque (17) 7.4. rise .1 Davenport (15) 4.3, fall .3 Keokuk (ill; I'.o, mi Cedar at O.K. (13) 3.58, rise .08 Coralville Lake Pool level Births Mercy Oct. 7 To the families of John Vinton, a son; David Riindr, 3104 Pebble drive SW, a son; Stephen Brainard, Anamosa, a son. Births St. Luke's Oct. 7 To the families of Robert Van Ilc-vcer, 2705 drive, Marion, a son; Neil Palmer, Swishcr, a son; Roy Torodc, Ki05 A avenue NE, a daughter; Wallace Sheets, 2341 Ridcewa.v drive SE, a daughter. Adoption Mr. and Mrs. Terry ririse, Solon, a son Oct. 8, Out of Town Births At Knoskia, Idaho Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hayes, a daughter Sept. Mrs. Hayes is the, daughter of Joyce Mathows. Anaheim, Calif.. altd Rob Mathews, 4420 Bowling street SW. Hayes is I lie son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hayes, Decorah. At Koeliesler, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Knhert KhliiiRnr. a daughter Get. li. Mrs. Ehlingor is Ihe daughter i Kenneth I., street SW. Marriages Dissolved Cortes F. and Mabel F. Long. Ann M. and Lawrence D. Kim- ball. Irmtraurl 1. and Charles A. Kirkpalriek III. Marriage Licenses Cvnthia llobinson and Poo- aid llalsanek, Jane Pesek ami Donald Wieilemeier. .ill of C Hapids. Dian Cedar H.'ipids, a Norfolk, Va. Fires a m. Monday. Unknown In rye In bins al 41111 avenue 11.3) a.m. Monrl.i.s. Flrfi-c- tlve furnace al 222 Johnson .iv- enue NW. p.m. Muiiday. I lush nlinr ,'il I''nsl avenue ami Twelllb sheet. W. Sedlacck, Fairfax; each fined and costs. Joseph Kahue, Hamburg: Terry Eaton, 1041 Eighth avenue SE: Stephen Brown, 2411 Second avenue SE; John Cochran. Coralville, Gary Hennick, 2033 D .street SW: David Nochl, 1801 Eleventh av- enue SE; Barbara Swanson, 4420 Bowling .street SW; James Reynolds, Palo; Paul Shanley, 2050 North Townc court, NE; Gregory Briteher, 700 Thirty- fifth street. Marion: Jerry Harms, Grande avenue SE: Donald Yirkovsky, Eleventh street, Marion; each Anderson, UiOH N Faulty equipment Brenda Ellgel, Ml. Vernon; Miles Fish- er. Ia32 First avenue NE; Donald r.chncr, 3008 Second avenue SE; Wanda Bell, 025 Fifth avenue SE; John Hcppcr- le, 8K! Third street NW; each fined and costs. StrikiiiR- fixtures adjacent lo street Roberta Wisdom, 53G Ninth street SW; fined and costs. Traffic signal Hnrklc. Florida avenue SW: Qnentin Dudley, 1800 Edge- wood road NW; Carole Cosl- ley, 1835 Fourth avenue SE; Gordon Kohl, 510 Fifteenth street SE; each fined and costs. Steve Hahlcn. Dllbtiquc: Jack Simmons, 3005 C avenue NE; Douglas Hesser. 1428 Twenty-ninth street NK; Donna S p i 1 k e r. 1322 Mcarlowview drive, Marion: each fined and costs. James 202 Twenty-seventh street NW: fined and costs. Resisting an officer Shcryl I.athrop. 10181; Seventh ave- nue, Marion; fined and costs. Richard Flaucber, 1524 A avenue NE; fined and costs. Terry Leonard. Kly; fined and costs. Driver's license violation J. C. Prilchett. Cedar Terrace trailer conn: Bessie Joslin. Wendy Oaks trailer court; each fined i :'i and costs. Hcckless driving Randall rx'ohle, Ml. Vernon; fined and costs. AttenlptinK to elude police Larry .Win Ohio street SW: fined and costs. Vehicle, conlrol violation Steven Rrrnvn, Riverside; Wil- liam Raker, 4033 Midway drive NYV; each fined and costs. Failure tn dim lights IMI- gene Toton. rout Rapids; fined Ovcnvcifihl two, Cedar and costs. Dan-ell Rci- charge R u c k i n g ham. twn fined a total of anrl eosls. Failure to leave p.irk ic- Alnutl, 1112 Truth si reel SE; Hrlieeca Harms. >sls. D" u g 1 a s Lawrence. A 1 b u r o e t I; fined Richard Prosser, street. Lund. A ave fined and costs. vinlalion I'Miunnd Jones. Davenport; fined and cusls. Terry 't'rm hohel'f. Toddvillr; fined and )'aul IJ1I) Col- violation 1450 Country Club drive, Marion; fined and costs. Fighting Gary Knpkc, Seventh avenue, Marion; fined and costs. Kevin Greuve, 043 Twelfth street, Marion; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Blairslown Glenn Hartx., 7. Thursday at 2 at Calvary United Methodist church. Visi- tation after 10 Wednesday al Halverson's. Alimona Alvina Taake, 05. Wednesday at at St. Paul's Lutheniii church. Visitation at Ryan Robert (Bob) Paullins, 56, former Ryan resi- dent. Private services Wednes- day in Ellenton, Fla. Independence Florence Zimmcrly, 09. Thursday at White's. VFW auxiliary service Wednesday at fol- lowed by Declaration chapter of the Eastern Star memorial service. Kcntii Joseph Clifford Ludwig, 73, former Kcota area resident. Thursday 'at at Powell's. Burial: Bethel ceme- tery west of Harper. Workers Still Off Their Jobs At LeFebure An unauthorized work slop- page stemming from a shoving incident between a LeFebure Corp. supervisor and an em- ploye continued Tuesday, of- ficials of the United Auto Workers said. Charles F. Weed, director ol the UAW local, said the work stoppage began at'noon Friday. The work stoppage stemmed from an accusation of an em- ploye that a foreman shook him by the arm, him toward Weed said. and then shoved his work area, The incident allegedly oc- curred last Wednesday. A grievance was tiled with the company, said Weed, but the company has not disciplined the supervisor. Weed said union representatives have been "con ferring with Ihe company lo try to resolve" the grievance. Don Wolmutl, personnel man- ager for LeFebure. said about one-third of Ihe plant's 1, workers are involved. New Bids Asked By Forestry Unit The forestry department will make yet anoihcr attempt to get a maintenance building at 2201) A street SW. Construction of the building, which will be used lo house 22 forestry vehicles, was approved in July and in revenue sharing funds was allocated for Ihe project. When bids were opened July 31, however, the low one was VI percent above the allocution by l.oomis Hrolhers Construction Co. The bid was rejected and a revised, less expensive project, will) healing, plumbing and electricity omillcd, was set for bids. Again, hnomis had the low bid but again il was too high. Ihis DEATHS Harry A. Williams Harry A. Williams, 70, of 52.1 Thirty-second street NK, died U o n d a y following a short llness. Formerly of Shellshurg, le had been a Cedar Kapids 50 years. Born Aug. 12. at Urhana, )e was married lo Grace Fran- cik July al Cedar tapids. lie was employed at Ihe I'eter Pan Bakery for 25 years, md worked in the sheet metal leparlmenl al Collins Radio Co. r HI years prior lo retiring in Mr. Williams was a member of Shellshurg Baptist church ;md attended Kenwood Park United Presbyterian church. He was a member of Ihc ICagles club; Retired Club of ttaglcs; Collins club; and IBIOW Local 1362. Surviving in addition to his wife, are a daughter, Mrs. James Turpin, Kariville; three sisters, Martha Schlotterback, Shellshurg; Ida C a r b a ugh, Atkins: Lula licnesh, Loveland. :olo.. and one grandchild. Services: Chapel of Memories at p.m. Thursday by the [lev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain of Kenwood Park United Prcs- jyterian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Jcdar Memorial funeral home after 11 a.m. Wednesday and at Ihe chapel after 9 a.m. Thurs- day. Crock Wins Photo Award Dunne Crock, a photo- grapher, has been named first- place winner in the icalurc sec- lion of Ihe Iowa Associated Press new.spholo contest. His prize was for a picture of a cow on a Cedar Kapids golf course. Winner of the sweepstakes prize and first place in pictorial was Hob Modersohn of the DCS Moines Register and Tribune. First-place winner in spot news and sporls was Mob Coyle of the Uubuquo Telegraph-Herald. The awards were lo be prc- senled al a banquet Tuesday n i g I) t in DCS Moines For members of the Iowa Associat- ed Press Managing Editors Assn. 43 Ordinances Seen in Opening New C.R. Bridge The Cedar Rapids city council is expected to act. on 43 separate ordinances Wednesday, all of Ihcm related lo the opening of Ihe Twelfth avenue bridge next month. The Magistrate Court The Tucs., October Gun Law Violation, C. R. Man Fined City Briefs Alatcen Kenwood unit willi Story Hour Weekly story meet Tuesday at p.m. atjhour for preschoolers will be Thomas 212 lively Lane United from lo linlh avenue SW pled church. ip.m. at Ihc Edgewood branch in magistrate's court to library, 221 Edgewood road NW. i charge of manner of convey-! Kuresh Kcnlal Kent an! dticc and was fined 520 Kadarange, isls. i He was charged wilh improp- :r conveyance of a .22 cal. pis- ,ol and shotgun on Oct. 3. Hickory smoked barbecued nhs, shrimp and chicken, [served Wednesday, li to !l p.m. lierlram Fire District The Stickney's Scoreboard, Marion. board of directors of lierlram firc district two will meet Fri-l day at p.m. at the fire sla- 'lorl' Drunk Driving Case Sent to Grand Jury Raymond Jacobs. ,'1741 Ken- crest drive NE, waived a VY" iminary hearing Monday Assn. fur Melarded Medica, _ Dr. Azmy delivered Ciru' magistrate's court and was I bound over lo the grand jury on j n charge of drunk driving. Me was arrested Sept. 2.1 ordinances deal wild Robert L. Mitchell Robert L. Mitchell, 61, 402 NW, died a sudden Twenty-third .street Monday following illness. He had been an employe of Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. until a year ago when lie moved to Arizona for health reasons. Born May in Brook- ings, S.D., he had been a resi- dent of Cedar Rapids for K years. He was a member of the Elks club, and was a former member of First Presbyleriai church. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Jack Mit- chell. Cedar Rapids, and Robert jr., Scollsdale, Ariz.; six grand- children; three sisters, Mrs. J. J. Bcrtsch, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. .1. 0. Bui-right, and Mrs II. .1. Kamcrman, both of Wa- terloo, and a brother, Harold Mitchell, Waterloo. Services: p.m. Friday at Turner chapel west by Dr. Ar- nold Herbst. Burial: Cedar Mc- Friends may call at Turner chapel west until 1 p.m. Friday. The casket will not be opened after the service. parkin g limitations, loading slop signs and one-way streets in the area immediately affected by Ihc new bridge, which is expected lo open in late November. The ordinances, however, will be in force by next week. City officials hope the additional irne will give motorists a :hancc to get used lo changes before the bridge opens and traffic flow increases. The principal changes lo be implemented Wednesday are making Fifteenth avenue SW westbound one-way from C street to Ninth street and mak- ing Sixteenth avenue vSW east- bound one-way from Sixth street lo Hamilton street. Ho was charged wilh posses-1 lion 364-8882. Adv. of an amphetamine on1 Sept. 24. Mrs. Wesley Elias Kalhryn J. Elias, 70, formcrlj of Cedar Rapids, widow of Wes- ley Elias, died at her home in Chicago Monday. She was born in Cedar Rapids Oct. C, 1904, and lived here until 1972 when she moved to Chica- go. She was employed by the Affcy-Tapplc Corp. She was a member of St. Jerome's Catholic church in Chicago. Surviving arc a daughler, Mrs. Anthony Bengal, Mont- gomery, Ohio; son, Harold Elias, Shcyboygan, Wis.; 18 grandchildren; five great- grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. jeorgc Stritcsky, Cedar Rapids, and two brothers, Robert Gale- wood, Marion, and Wesley, Dav- enport. Services: 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Ludmila's Catholic church by the Rev. Robert W. Burial: St. John's cemetery. Rosary: II p.m. Wednesday at laneha-Kuba funeral home west, ivhere friends may call after 1 p.m. Wednesday. Parks Commissioner Slai Keinis said Tuesday bids will be service, invited Oct. 30 for a smaller Memorial Services Willsmi, Grace Virginia Tuesday at p.m. at Turner chapel east by Dr. John P. Woods. Burial: Cedar Memori- al. Gorman, Frank J. Services were Tuesday at a.m. at SI. Patrick's Catholic church by Ihe Rev. Martin Burial: SI. John's cemetery. Mitvalsk.v, Vera May Wednesday lit noon at Turner lapel west by Ihe Rev. Kiim of Olivet United Presbyterian church. Burial: !-'airvicw cemetery, Corlar Kails at 2 p.m. Friends may call at Turner west, until a.m. Wednesday. The casket will not )o opened after the service. Vick, William Wednesday ;il p.m. by the liev. Maurice Gamble of Center lint, llurial: National. Friends may call at Turner east until I p.m. Wednesday. The caskel will not lie npnu'tl after (Continued from Page 1.) had formed an opinion from what they had read, seen 01 heard about the case or defend ants; or knew about the pardot of Nixon, or the fact that Nixon was named by the grand jury a an unindictcd co-conspirator. "If Ihe opinion is firm, Ihe government suggests the juro be excused for cause at Ihis the memorandum said Otherwise, it suggested the pro spective juror should be askcc whether he could return a ver diet based solely on eviu'encj heard in court and his inclusion on the panel predicated on tha answer. Sirica and lawyers for the five cover-up conspiracy defendant5 spent two extra hours in cour Monday to get through their slow-moving task. A spokesman for the judge said he had no been in touch with Hungalc 01 house judiciary committee Chairman Hodino (D-N.J.) about the Ford appearance. The search for a jury was in its .sixth day Tuesday. Thief Gets Two Coin Collections Two coin collections valued a approximately were re ported taken Monday in a break- in at a residence at 1034 Tenth street SW. Police received a report at p.m. Monday from Richard T. Birnley, who lives at the louse, that a coin collodion Boutros, U. ot I. professor in the department of aneslhesiology wjii speak on the "Rational Ap- ry an-! proacri toward Management of Respiratory Failure" Thursday at a meeting of the Linn County Iowa! .Society at Mercy hospi- Assn. for Retarded Citizens in- Ull ,lt p m Tne be Iformational meeling for by hour and ;tive and county officer can-.djnncl. 'didatcs will be held at the spc-: cialized services of Linn county j Court Dismisses Drug Law Violation A charge of possession of a substance against )ouglas Lawrence, Alburnett, vas dismissed in the inlcresl ofi uslicc Monday in magistrate's! si. Ceorgc Annual Lebanese Dinner .Sun. Del 20th, informa-: Give your home new beauty headquarters, 305 Second avc- "c c" nue SE, Thursday at 7 p.m. wa" ther information can he ob. from Pamlmg and j Decorating. Call our new man- Snidcr, .162-1233. "Those'who'know qtal- !ity, know Coin Club Truman Ramsell will present a program follow- Civil Service The civil ser- ing election of officers of the vice commission for Linn depu- Vehicle Damage Case lies wil mcct Tuesday at Dismissed by Court m lhc A charge of injury lo a motor; against Paul Heidmann. Hair styles! Hair styles! Fall Jsbon, was dismissed on of the state Monday in Cedar Rapids Coin club Wednes- day at p.m. at First. Trust and Savings bank, 1820 First av- enue NE. Best Rental Rents The Best. and winter hair fashions. KCRC- j TV. a.m.. Wednesday, Oct.1, Magistrate's court. 3. by Peg's Reaute Salon. "Your hairdresser docs it bet- He was charged in connection Adv.' ter" National Beauty Salon with a Sept. 12 incidenl Week, October Mail Taken Katherine W. (Continued from Page 1.) pretty severe political problem" Gilmore, vu Tenth avenue SE, For rent, hairslyling booth. Monday reported worth of; 3G5-T370 or 3CG-4724. Adv. food stamps taken from her] mailbox. Games Wed., jii: Camp Courage. so the sales could not go for-, Suspicious Pcrson _ wearing a green uniform came j gold coin. lo her door and identified self as an employe of the gas company and said he wanted to check the meter. The gas com- pany said after the man was refused admittance that none of their employes were in Ihe area. ward. JMcGatfcy, 2922 Woodland drive] Admitting he felt "uncomfor-'SW, Monday reported a man! able about quoting the Pres- ident of the United Cook continued: "He said there was a politi- cal problem with congress and with the people of the United Stales who would he irate about Ihis amount of grain going lo Russia.'' Under questioning from Sen. Jackson Cook said there was no request from that Ihc company obtain govern- ment clearance before making the sale final. The sale was completed around a.m. i enthusiasm" to place Everett CDT last Friday Ncmer on adding that he was giving the Prior Approval Ccdar grocery store We may have your Birthyear Nemer Gets Four Years, Suspended Admitting he had "no great On Monday, Bulz announced a voluntary system designed to keep track of major grain sales to foreign countries. The system calls for prior agriculture de- owner just "one more chance" U.S. District .Judge Edward .1. M c M anus Tuesday reduced Urgently needed sheets and blankets for men's Half-way House. 1120 2nd Ave. S.E. 363- 4355.-Adv. Free affectionate male pup- pies, Experienced beautician for es- tablished clientele. 363-1949.- Adv. Shampoo living room bedroom SB.95. Diamond Carpet Recommends No Change in Truck Roufes Nemcr's previous 10-year prison sentence to a suspended five- routes in Cedar Rap- suspended year term and placed Nemcr on parlmcnl, approval for large ex- four years' probation, port sales. Although voluntary. Butz said thai if traders do not cooperate Ncmcr. 47. owner of the Fifth Street grocery, was Found guilty by a federal jury in July of and selling congress is likely lo impose, slolon from snjp. mandatory export controls. jment in September of 1973. valued at was taken from .he attic. When Jerome A. Olson, who ivcs at the same address, ar- -ived home a short time laler, ic discovered his coin colicclion at also was miss- ng from Ihe attic. C. R. Man Arrested For Marion Breakin Frank Carter, jr., 31, of 1G07 second avcmis SIC, has been ,'hargcd with breaking and cn- ering in connection with a )rcakin Salurday "There is no use kidding our- selves, Ihis is a modified form of Butz said. But he nsisled Ihe U. S. will continue as a big farm exporter. "We in- lend to keep Dial market open and he said. Older Program The voluntary system will supplement an older program in which exporters are required to report large sales lo the agricul- I u r e department within 24 hours. It includes "prior clearance" by the department and possibly the White House for each daily order involving metric tons or more of wheat, corn. ids will probably remain un- changed, despite complaints by truckers that the routes are unrealistic and add to transpor- tation expenses. Safely Commissioner James Steinbeck recommended to Ihe city council Tuesday that no changes be made in Ihe truck route ordinance, which was adopted earlier this year. A public hearing was held after Ihc routes were adopted, to hear boll) sides of Ihe con- Irovcrsy, and two proposed1 al- I ornate routes were studied by Nemcr has been at the facility lrafric engincering deparl. Imcnt. The alternates involved As part of the sentence im- posed after just 10 minutes of jury deliberation following the one-day trial, Judge McManus had ordered Nemer lo under- go medical cxaminalion at a federal hospital in Missouri. simcc late Julv. In sentencing Ncmcr Tues- day, the judge noted that it was Ihe recommendation of a hospi- tal psychiatrist and a bureau of prisons official that Nemer be returned lo his wife and family. The U. S. attorney's office con- curred in this opinion. Neuter's lawyer asked that his client be given the chance sorghum, soybeans and .soybean! "to make a decision to play it meal lo any one country. Richard Bell, deputy assistant secretary for international af- fairs and commodity programs, said Ihe new plan will be "very loosely administered." and that in most, cases an exporter can get agriculture department clearance simply by phone square" rather than "continue to operate on the shady side of the law." Nemer, in 1973, pled guilty in federal court lo nine counts of unlawfully ob- taining food stamps. using Edgewood road or Center Point road. Steinbeck said the Edgewood road NW alternate was rejected strictly on the basis of the [safety factors oi the thing." The Center Point road alter- nate was rejected, he said, be- cause it would probably lead to the use of Oakland road NE the other half of a one-way couplet. Slcinbeck said Ihe objections lo Edgewood road NW as a I ruck route would end when the road is upgraded in the fill tire. "We would recommend Calling Nemcr a ,hm, is fol. case. Judge McManus as monished him thai "this is the Merle Blair residence, ruule call. ,lasl time want lo see you 'inc, Marion. About farmers from live this court." Midweslcrn stales gathered in Diamond, Mo., Monday and called for dismissal. The i farmers said Rutz did nol tin- ..Li version ol the building. Need a Tim Wednesday at il p in. by a Jehovah's Wilncss al Turner t'haprl wr-st. Burial: 1'fdar Me- morial. Friends may call at Hems valued al. about ncluding two guns and some inrdwarc, were reported stolen n Ihe burglary. Carter was arrested Monday and Ihe problems of small' nigh I. Linn deputies also'farmers. charged him wilh possession of I The farmers who came OSLO iAI'1 The Nobel a controlled substance They re-j from Missouri, Kansas, Arkan-'Peace for 1974 was award-1 ported he had some Oklahoma and Texas Tuesday lo lormer Japanese in his possession when he wasjsaid they would send a dclega-! Prime Minister Eisnku Siilo an.I. arrested. Slioii to Wnshinglon in hopes of the N. high commissioner for eulial (ruck he said. lie did not estimate when Ihe improvements would he made i 'cjlu (Tfdnr Filnhllshrrl In Ififl3 bv The nnn nutiHMiM 
                            

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