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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                UH WtATHfMOTOCASl Snow is expected Friday night from New York through northern New England. Snow changing to rain is forecast for parts of Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Fair to partly cloudy elsewhere. Record- son, !W, McAllen, Texas. Mon- DEATHS Mrs. John Dolan Klla Alberta Dolan, 85, for- merly of 415 A avenue NW, widow of John Dolan, died Kri- day in a local hospital after a shorl illness. Horn April 20, al Del- mar, she had lived in Cedar Rapids most of her life. She was a member of St. Patrick's Cath- olic church and Our Lady of Fa- lima circle. Surviving arc three daugh- ters, (lenevievc Tucker and Anita Dolan, both of DCS Moincs, and Mrs. Eugene Lar- kin, Cedar Rapids; four sons, Robert and James of Cedar Rapids, Joseph, Wausau, Wis., and Gerald, San Diego, Calif.; 27 grandchildren; 15 great- grandchildren; and a brother, Edward McGoneglc, BeUendorf. Services: St. Patrick's church I. a.m. by thc Rev. Carl Rics. Burial: Ml. Cal- vary. There will be a Rosary Sunday al p.m. by Ihe Knights of Columbus and a prayer service by Father Ries. the parish and Our Lady of Fa- tima circle at 7 p.m. Sunday at erally considered around Christ- public pl'e nris ,imc iviously. civ.lian leaders of the army and After hearing that. Dean Dean force have dismissed formal he told Ehrlichman thai the -TO" Vl! il" lllc "rllmls ,of word certainly would spread "llp Watergate investigation) scrv.cc academies be among the other defendants and d asked what he should do if they "ngcrs in the dikesjvio a ing (be civil rights also made demands on lcatal I'avc'" thc Teahen chapel, may call from The Weather por. iturcs niyh and Fires p.m. Thursday. Unk- Inown to leaves at front of 375 j Park Terrace SIS. p.m. Thursday. Illi-Kiil day at United Methodist church. Visitation al Murdoch's i .Central City, after 1 Sunday.! P-m- Sunday. i Memorial fund established. j Wcllman Omer .1. Yodcr.i jSO. Saturday al Wcllmanl JMennonite church. Powell's, j Milvoy Benish, where 2 to Milvoy Benish Anchorage -11 38 .17 L. Auricles 94 63 Atlant.1 77 rt9 Miami B5 71 Bismarcli ..6735 Min'apolis 5936 Chicago .60 44 .01 N. Orleans 74 so Denver 6043 New York 6547 Dululh ___49 31 .05 Phoenix 95 4] Honolulu B6 71 .04 Seattle ___68 43 Houston ...EO 60 Washington 70 51 Extended Forecast Partly cloudy Sunday through Tues- day, with no rain expected, jumnvn to leaves at rear: of 2711 Highs Sunday, mid 50s, lows iniMt. Vcrnon road SK. 30s. Highs Monday and Tuesday; p.m. Thursday. Unk- in 60s. lows in 40s. burning: NE. p.m. Thursday. Unk- nown to leaves al Blala- boulc- Paul L u 1 h c r a n vard and Forest drive SE. I Gocltsc-h p.m. Thursday. Uti- former Slrocpcr. 81. San Diego, Calif. Saturday al Hayden's, where friends may call after Friday. Cedar Rapids resident, died Monday in Midwest City, Okla. Born July 25, 1906, in Cedar iimosa Marsaret Olt-jRaP'ds, he was a veteran of 21 mann, 85. Saturday at St. church. C. R. Weather High Thursday Low overnight Noon Friday 2 p.m. Friday Precipitation Total for October Normal for Oclober Normal through October Total for 197-1' Barometer, rising Humidity at, noon inown to leaves at BcvcrPark. p.m. Thursday, Unk- I mnvn d> leaves at R ave- 1 nue NE. Morlry _ George L. Wooder, Monday at Gocllsch's, AiKimosa, where friends may call after 1 Saturday. Independence Carl Louis K'2. Monday at with 0.88 i exempt 2 James LeKoy .29.39 Petition for Bankruptcy Eugene Brewer, Debts: Assets: .40.80 .30.25 87% 12 is Fourth avenue SE. Debts: S2.283.43. Assets: with 1-lugene F. and Flora Meln- tosh. 2131 C street lie listed debts of S23.219.72. Shi: i at followed by wake (vice at 8 at Mason-Hawc's where friends may call after Salurdny. Independence James Ed- ward Bearbowcr, 48, formerly of Independence. Monday nl 2 at While's. Military memorial service Sunday al 8. Burial: Brandon cemetery. Williamshui-s Wind direction and velocity at uf Both 2 p.m. Calm. Sun rises Saturday, sun scls, Year Ago Today High. 08; low, 53; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Ili-I.n PICldy 113-38 ....Cloudy 54-10 .PtCldy 31-34 .Cloudy 45-31 PtClriy (ill-SB Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland lies iMoin Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-SI. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls .Cloudy 411-34 ..Cloudy 44-3K Fair .Cloudv 45-35 listed assets of claimed as exempt. Robert E. and Ruth A. Tou- louse. Traer. Both listed debts of He listed assets "f of with elaimed as exempt. She assets ot with elaimed as exempt. Duane Allen Blozvieji, Bowling street SW. Assets: with all elaimed as exempt. .ferry N. Gray. 1U17 A avenue NK. llobls: 1145. 13. Avsnli: with claimed ns ex- s Lynn Harris, 268 ,Ia- 1 V I Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in hraekcts) LaCrnssc (12) 4.9. fall .1 Lansing (18) 7.7. no change Dam 0 (IS) 12.6. rise .1 McGregor (18) 0.7. rise .1 Gultenberg (15) 3.8, rise 1 Dubuquc (17) 7.0. no chillis Davenport (15) 4.3. fall .1 Keokuk 16) 2.4. rise .1 Assets: with i "n elaimcd as exempl. o Atwood, First av- PtClrty NR jTjcbts- SH 752 17. .PtCldy as exempl. Owen E. Bankcs. Elkader. Debls: Assets: SO, with all claimed as ex- jempl. I Byron Leo Sullivan. Dubu- jriuc. doing business as Sultak Roofing and Siding Co.; and as of Sultak- and Siding jCo. Debts: Assets: a c o p a r t nor illensebel Roofing o. with all claimed as Cedar at (13) full! exempt. Magistrate's Court Coralvillp LaKe SptcdiiiB Scott Neil, 103B Mercy Pool level Frid.-v Births Ocl. 17 Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald lloluh, Thirty-fifth street, Marion, a daughter. Oct. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Shi-ploy, OI2 Harvest drive NW. Thirty-first street NE; fined Births Luke's and costs. Andrew Baum- jpartner, Center Poinl; David lErickson, Hiawatha; Randolph Wymore, 4012 F avenue NE; Vincent Randies-. 2R35 Johnson avenue NW: Mark Springer, Ellis road NW: each fined and costs. Robert Moorman, 711 Grant Worn! drive SE; David Balvanx, 4218 Pint-view drive Ruth O'Connor, Easl road SW; Mark Mulvany, 6033 Easlview avenue- SW; each fined S20 and costs. Yt-hicle control violittinn .lami-s Marshek, roule three. Cedar Hapids; fined and At Nnrfolli, Va. Mr. antlj costs. Mrs. Kr-nnr-th U. Ilfcd, a son I Traffic Oct. fi. Mrs. Rood is the daugh- ter nf Mr. anil Mrs. Ernest Bryant. Kiejiteenth avenue SW. Mr. Ri-rd is the son nf Mr. and Mrs. Kennel h M. Cecil, Vim- avenue SE. prt Fifth ave- nue SE, a d.-mtlhlcr. Out of Town Births years in thc air force. He moved to Oklahoma on retire- ment in 1963. He was a member of Masonic lodge, A.F. and A.M. .Surviving arc his wife, the former Evalynnc M. Hansen; a sister, Blanche. Cedar Rapids. Graveside services will be conducted Friday at I p.m. in Sioux Cily, wilh Nelson-Burger chapel in charge. (Continued from Page I.) Dean lestified. lie said lhat Colson related he had lold Ihe Hunt lawyer: "You can tell Hunt a year is a long lime and clemency is gcn- Iwhen Hunt, (lord on Liddy Odar I and the five men arrested in parly headquarters were indicted. The second was a conversa- tion between Colson and Hunt, recorded by Colson. Transcripts of both convcrsa- Kauld.1 Oazclle: I-'rl., October 18, Army, Air Force Dismiss Charges Over Academies WASHINGTON (AP) _ The civilian leaders of Ihe army and force have dismissed formal Claims Law Violated at Death Site Violations of federal and slate laws have been found at a Cedar Rapids work site where Edward Sweeney, 27, was killed in a ditch cave-in Wednesday. j Slate Labor Commissioner Jerry Addy said preliminary in- same assurances but no !l wi" review Ural charges jvcstigation of Hie building site Dean related. Crashing down to our. our sur- did not meril criminal prosrai-jat 4548 Fail-lane drive NE re- White House. sprung here and sprung Vherc." Air "He said give the others Ihe: Duan- ln assurcs NixonjMeLucas concluded alter a Afterward, he iold p.rivc." toloro lhe Mitelicll about Ihe assurances, given to Hunt but said he could ;awa-v- not recall Mitchell's response. jcleclion nearly innnlhs liaising Money Rogers. SO. Saturday at 2 at Burial: North English cemetery Kalona John H. Speas. SI. Sunday at 2 at Kalona Men- nonite church. Burial: Sharon Hill cemetery. Visitation at Pe- lerseim's. Memorial fund es- (Continued from Page I.) granl.s who would he allowed lo leave each year, but he wrote Jackson; II will he our assump- tion ihal. with Ihe application of Ihe criteria, praclices and pro- cedures set forth in Ibis letlcr, Ihe rate of cmigralion from the USSR would begin lo rise prom- ptly from the HI73 level and would continue lo rise lo corre- spond lo Ihe number of appli- cants." Jackson wrote Kissinger: "We would consider a bcnch- Memorial Services Claasscn, Ilda 1C. Turner chapel cast at a.m. Sat- urday by Dr. Arnold Herbst and the Rev. Walter E. Kelli- sun. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner cast. chapel by tb'e ncv. Glenn Me- Michael and VFW post 788 auxiliary. Burial: Campbell ly. J avenue NE, follow- ing the service. Krma DC lien ma uneasy election committee official Fred-j h crick LaKite traveling about Ihe country soliciting funds without being able to say what the money would be used for. Dean quoted Ehrlichman as saying, "It's a very bad idea for LaRue to go around the country raising this money." Dean said Ehrlichman sug- gested thai a Greek millionaire and long-lime Nixon campaign supporter, Thomas Pappas, be contacted as a possible source of funds to help the original Wa- tergate defendants. Nixon's Health Dean's testimony came after Nixon's lawyer, Herbert Miller, lold Judge John Sirica Thursday thai Nixon might be able lo come before Ihe judge in three weeks and "no longer raise thc health issue." Miller said Ihal he would have a prognosis on Nixon's heallh in lhat time and lhat "I'm sure il will be favorable." In San Clemente, Calif., how- jever, Nixon's spokesman, former White House Press Sec- retary Ronald Ziegler, said the former Chief Executive is "not very and that his left leg still is swollen wilh phlebitis. Nixon had been subpoenaed by Ehrlichman. After receiving word from Miller about Nixon's possible appearance, Sirica postponed for three weeks a decision on Ihe former Presidenl be forced to leslify at the dants of cartels "Dfin'l Tell Me" [Academy. Hie I Thursday. Ihe Colson-Hunt tape was of-i It said thai in lion" of the present and formerjvealed none of three alternate .superintendents and comman- Pcnlagrm Ifcrcd in support of the govern-1 U sald lnat s-'cparatc ac-, l-oth sts 3dn also testified Ihal fchr- .Jlion Army Secretary Howard! rules und man and Mitchell became T Callaway dismissed charges Safely and ,sy about the prospect of re- hush money lo Ihe Witcre-ilc "6ainsl "responsible call for sh linn r-ommillr.nnrfir.inl I.VoH. usn 10 lne W dtei gdle _____..... l testified I hat r, safety measures was followed Ihe Air Force during the excavation of the j ditch where Sweeney was killed. Both state and federal work under the Occupational and Health Acls (OSHA) shoring on the sides, or for the operation of the U. S.ia gentle sloping of Ihe sides, or Academy." protective metal cage tor called C'olson to seek financial aid for himself and the others. Colson recorded the conversa- tion, ihcn let Dean listen lo it and make a tape cassette copy. Colson, who is now in prison on his guilty plea lo a charge in the Ellsberg case, tries lo keep Hunt from telling him anything about Watergate. The prosecu- tors' transcripl of Ihe conversa- tion includes this exchange: "I don't want to get in the posilion of knowing something lhat 1 don't now know for thc reason thai I wanna be perfect- ly free to help ya, and the only way I can help ya, is uh, to east at I '.30 p.m. Satur- day by the Very Hev. Canon D. A. Loferski. Burial: Czech Na- lional. Friends may call at Turner east until 1 p.m. Satur- day. The casket will not be opened after the .service mark a minimum slandard (Continued from Page 1.) for Ihe capital campaign are complcle renovation of College hall, Hie major classroom build- ing al Cornell which was built in 1857: an increase in student scholarship and facully salary endowments; and general re- source funds lo sustain quality in the face of sharply higher ed- trial. The governmenl. which also subpoenaed Nixon, told Sirica it would not insist on Ihe former President's lestimony in the prosecution case. Since the de- fense testimony is not expected to begin for more than a month. that gave the court time to make a decision. Sirica asked lawyers to sug gcst a panel of medical experts lo examine Nixon for the court, should thc health claim be raised again. He said they also should decide who would pay. because "doctors aren't going lo go out. there for their health. you know." to be the! issuance of visas at the rale of per annum: and we un- derstand Ihal Ibc President pro- poses lo use I he s.amc bench- mark as Ihe minimum slandard of initial compliance." Not a Quota .lackson lold reporters Ihe did not represent a quota and presumably would eventual- ly be exceeded because of thc proviso lhat Ihe number permit- ted lo leave .Soviet Union violation i a r d Loverin, Eldora; 33-.M Fr.-in- brook lerrace NW; each fiiu-d d eosts, Gary Thompson, Degree Days Miller, I.'idn Pai-liwnod SE; each fined and I nursnnv.............. !l Total lo dale...........Still ThrnllRh Oclohnr 17. 1073 207 Pen-enl (if normal year Tnlal nni-mal Wi.'tl Marriage Licenses Flosanni- Krivanek and Mark 271 costs. Permit u to drive Susan 1 lumphri-y. Kifjhlh avenue SW; fined and eosls. Striliiiij- unattf-mlrtl vt-hirlr would be in direct relationship lo Ihe number of permits sought. Jackson, a critic of Ihe ad- minisl ration's delcnle policy, had sponsored an amendment lo bar granting most-favored-na- tion lariff Iroalmcnl as well as Exporl-Imporf Bank crcdils lo any cnunlry which does mil per- mil free emigration of its cili- authoriml JHTSOII bol li Kord and for- mer Presidenl Nixon said Ihcy Among thc college's oilier goals are renovation of Law hall, which currcnllv houses Ihe March 17 Tape Dean on Ihe witness I day. prnsecn- Thc charges were brought lasliworkcrs fv flvc fcel- in dildies lhan air force of- Aug. 13 by ficcrs, who alleged various Addy said the ditch in which lalions of Ihe Uniform Code of I Sweeney was killed was 14 feet Military Justice in Ihe Air Force Academy's honor code and Ihe service's treatment of former Capt. Michael Rose. The officers, who included Rose, asserted that thc officials condoned or ordered illegal pun- ishment and that authorities al Ihe Air Korce Academy used "numerous illegal coercive techniques lo obtain confes- sions" from cadets accused in a 1972 chealing episode. deep with vertical sides, and there was no shoring nor metal age. Addy, who said the ditch ap- peared to be in "serious" viola- tion of OSHA requirements, said recent ditch violations have re- sulted in penalties to contrac- tors ranging from to The ditch was being dug by Pexa Construction Co. Muckraker remain as completely uh, for SACRAMENTO. Calif. (AP, They said Rose, who has since know, unknowing as I am.'1 "Money Cheapest" But Hunt makes hi.s point: "I thought lhat you would want to know that Ihis thing must nut break apart, uh, for foolish rea- ms." "I Colson replies. "Yeah. Oh no, Christ no." Hunt replies: "We get, uh, you know third, fourth-hand re- assurances, still, the 'ready' is not available." Later lie says: "All right now. we've ,scl a deadline now for close of busi- ness on Ihe 25th of November for the resolutions, the liquida- tion of everything that's out- iie wrote a study of the 1972 case n which he alleged excessive punishment of the cadels. The officers also asserted lhat West Poinl officials acquisccd in an illegal "silent treatment" ihat cadels gave Iwo comrades [ho had been accused of viola- ting the academy honor code. Thc Iwo. James Pelosi and Michael Hclford. now are army lieutenants. standing I'm now talking about promises from July and August." A few minutes later, Hunl says.. "We think lhat now is thc time when, uh, some moves should be made and, uh, surely your cheapest commodity avail- able is money. These lawyers have not been paid." Says Colson: "You don't need lo be more explicit." To Haldcman, Ehrlichman Dean said he look the cassette of the conversation lo Haldcman and Ehrlichman, who were at Camp David, Md., Ihe presiden- tial retreat. They lislcned, he said, then lold him to go to Mitchell in New York, which he did. On Thanksgiving day. Dean testified, Mile-hell called him at his parents' home in Greenville, Pa and said, "1 think, John, tors planned to play a ought lo go back to Wash- lion of March 17, when ington to see Ihal Ihe problems departments of biology, geolo- Dean 'apparently held his first wilh Ihe defendants are taken gy, physics and mathematics, and Carnegie hall, which is now Ihe chemistry building. Development of new music practice facilities is also on the list of priorities. Other long- range objectives arc improve- ment of recreational, athletic and fine art facilities, and gen- eral campus improvements in- cuding landscaping and utility substantive Walcrgale discus--care of properly, sions wilh Nixon. i Back in Washington, Dean In ils transcripts of sub-isaid, "1 expressed wilh Hal- poenaed tapes last April, Ihe deman and Ehrlichman the fact Nixon While House released that Ihe money demands had only a small portion of Ihe 35- minute conversation dealing solely wilh the activities of po- litical pranksler Donald Scgretti and thc brcakin at the office of Daniel Ellsbcrg's psychiatrist. Ironically, prosecutors and Restoration of South hall, house impeachment inquiry classroom building constructed in physical improvements and hook purchase endowment for Ibc Russell D. Cole library, and refurnishing and repairs lo several residence halls arc also in Ihe long-range plans. Cornell opened its doors in Ihe autumn of as Ihe Iowa Con- ference Seminary, a Melhodisl school which would vein (he Irarle bill if Ihejwas Hie first coeducational insli- lulion of higher learning wesl of ilong granting mosl- lariff trealmont Rird. Traey Mivinius and Rich- >beri Iliuh-ifavorcfl-nalion drive, Marion; lined Unioil [Communist countrie tn Hurlr :-nh. IKK) street SE; fined and Ninclccnlh si and Tim Canterbury, all of SK: fined and cusls. (Vdar Kapids. Emily Parks and Driver's license viohtlim Itaymiinil Salh Mill- C'hal 1711 Wash er and all; ton avi-ntie SE: lincH of Marion. Sheila llia-inisty. walha. and Thi-Ddiire Karalmi- Cedar liapids. Donna Ku- an ernnn. Cam! md William Jail and Daniel tin- bill would give Ihe Presidenl broad sondahl and Not man, hnlh of Ml. Mcfford, Miiridn K.'i u f f ma n Miirii'ii. Si-lnnill. Amana Walker. Murphy Ci-iitc'r I rriihihiled parKini; I323 I! avei fined .-iiid costs. id Iowa Doflfhs l. Ycrnnn lUirlc.n K. ilay. III. i'.lwond. rr eltapel Sunday ill ,ilion afli-r nli-al Cil.v Slella llavid- Now in ils 122nd year, Cornell has a (--.Indent body of a campus of more lhan 100 acres, major buildings and an en- dowment of ?IO million. Boston Alert of l; M YKAKS AGO A PaPaf jduled mass cvacualion lo give' WASHINGTON (API The .ilhe 170.000 residents of Ihe Erie, Penlagon said Friday il has area experience ill fh-cing ended an alerl of army para- an atomic air allack Iroopers who were earmarked o rcncgoliatc iigreemcnls. II includes sions lo aid S. industries hurl by foreign compelilion. learned what was said March 17 from a taped conversation of June 4. when Nixon dis- cussed thc day wilh Xieglcr. Nixon recalled Ihcn that Dean discussed Walcrgale in sub- slance for Ihe first lime March 17, saying that no one in Ihe W h i I e House had advance knowledge, except possibly Gor- don Slrachan. reached a new crescendo and that 1 was not sure the defend- ants would not wander off Ihe reservation if something were not done." Ford Signs Housing Bill WASHINGTON dent Ford Friday signed a bill lo help finance ?7.75 billion worth of housing construction. He said it will give Ihe de- pressed housing industry "a shot in the arm." The bill is expected lo spur construction of houses. Under it, (he governmenl will be empowered lo buy conven- tional home mortgages from savings and loan associations and other lending institutions and in this way can pump more home loan funds inlo the light money market. (Continued from Page 1.) think about what to do over- night. He said his decision was lo do nothing and Ihal he lold Haig lo make that clear to Nixon be- cause he believed a vicc-pres- Roberl Simpson, 94. California's self-proclaimed "Muckraker-in- Chief." says he's running for governor a.-, a write-in candi- date. Ils' nol because he wants the job, or expects lo win it, but because "I'm dedicated to clean government and I won't give up if it exhausts my last ounce of strength." His statement Wednesday de- clared thai Californians have been "gulled and swindled" by both Democrats and Republic- ans. He's a dedicated nonparti- san and independent. Simpson said, "I want noth- ing. No pay. I don't need the damn mansion. I'll live in a hold." One Horse Killed, One Hurt by Cars A car driven by a North Lib- erly man struck and killed one horse and injured another Wednesday night. Julius Koefocd, jr., was driv- ing on highway 211) two miles south of Cedar Rapids when his car hit a horse standing in Ihe road. A second horse was hit squarely by Ihe car. thrown onto Ihe car's hood and against the windshield before bouncing onto thc roadway. The second horse then was hit again by a car in Ihe opposile lane driven by Mark Poulson, Swisher. Judy McConatigh owned Ihe horses. lo Ihe presidency. Ford testified ill the hearing New Contract Ends j Strike at Cargill Cash Fund lhat Ihe house judiciary com- mittee's vole of impeachment articles against Nixon was evi- dence of Nixon's guilt of ob- struclon of justice in the Waler- gale burglary. He also testified Ihal Nixon's acceptance of the [pardon according to a White House research memorandum He said lhat in a later in effccl admit guilt." Striking Teamsters union em- ployes at the west-side Cargill Co. plant return to their phone call Mitchell suggested Dean go lo Haldcman and gel some of the cash fund Halrleman had on hand. The money came from campaign contributions before the April 7. 1072, reporting deadline. Dean said he asked Haldcman for thc money and gol authori- zation lo get' 5-10.000 or from Slrachan. Dean couldn't (Continued from Page 1.) I irial was laken on a change of; venue. In bolh cases, Nowlin stood1 before Ihe judge while sentence was imposed, and told Ihe court he plans lo appeal. jobs Monday following settle- ment. Friday morning. The new one-year contract provides for an undisclosed in- crease in wages and fringe ben- efits. fc hf iUtpirii (fjujt-Hf Established in Co onp published rtollv and Sunday at 500 Third avt. SE, Cedar Raolds. town SJ40S Cedar Subsi Ihal if any blame were lo point j reason Ihis money was being! lo former While House chief o sked. got In cut Ihal off." Scpl. 15 Tape The jury, lislening wilh head- phones along wilh judge, de- fendants and speclalors, heard .'remember Ihe exacl amount. i Any appeal must be filed saying "Did Mr. Haldcman know ihe-wilhin (ill days. reason Ihis moncv was heiiiKl 10 YKAHS AGO Govern- ment troops haltered Hit1 Vie I "What did you tell llaldeman frnm Ihe northern border, the purpose ,to Ihe southern delta region. I "1 lold him Ihe purpose was .inflicting more lhan 300 casual-, lotion rates bv carrier 95 cents a weex. Bv mail: Night Edition and Sunday' 6 Issues S3.75 a month, S39.00 a veor: At- Edltlons and Sunday J Issues ith. J40.00 a year. Other stales 160.00 a year. No Mall ns accebled In areas havlna [iierie carrier service. the Associated press is entitled clusivclv la the ute for republlcollon of I the local news orlnled in this news- iber as welt as all AP news dispatches. S3.85 and U.5. ti SubscriDli House chief of delivered3" Dean was ask Ionian, "we'vei "Yes. sir." two lap.-1 recordings Thursday Commitments. (he fit's! lime any of Ihe con- versations had been played in public. A transcript wa.s given lo jurors lo help them lollow Ihej oflen rlifficull-lo-hcar voices. i Tiic firs! lape was a conversa-j lion among Nixon, llaldeman! and Dc-ai- on Sppl. IS. I ho them on the reservation, meet Ihcir demands and keep their! 'ies on Ihe communisl guerillas. Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from n Floivor 4 Seasons shop 3028 Ml. Vernon Rd. 363-5885 riliir Rapiils Inquire Alxilll Our I'rc Ml Services Solon let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phono onsworod 74 hours cvnry Hay ,C-; JOHN E. LAPES flnwm Inr all occasinns MS Si: Sti.i-fl.ill TRAINED DOBERMAN SOLD "Good results! Have used Ga- efte want ads several times and they always seem to said Mike Webber. To order your action-ad, dial 398- 8234. 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