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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 WI ATH IU MftVtCt KHtfCASf ie 7 AM 1*1 ll ~ 4 * *4  C. R. Vote—  (Continued from Page I.)  from the polls on the basis of a bill passed by the general assembly this year, requiring persons who change addresses more than ten days before an election to change their registration  Formerly, such persons were  DEATHS  U. S. Vote—  (Continued from rage I.)  Carn for the seat of retiring (I.O.P. Sen. Wallace Bennett. Other states where Democrats  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., November 5, 1974    3  Supreme Court To Hear Officers Final Arguments  UU WI AlHtMOlOCASt  SNOW  now  MMM*#  Elmo R. Bramow  Elmo K. Bramow, 56, of 2430 Illinois street SW, died Monday.    .....  Formerly of Van Horne he    had     hoppd    for gajns ,ncluded    Ver ’! DES MOINES - The    Iowa    The    state briefs also cite  lived in Cedar Rapids most    of     mont ’     New York '  New 11  amp- supreme    court Tuesday    after-    770.24    of the code, saying the  his life Born Mav 3 1918 at' shire and Ore ^ on -    [I 001 ?  was scheduled l<) n ^ r  whole case centers around that  ms me. worn May a, jjio, ai    final arguments on the legality!    ..    ,  Van    Horne,    he was married    to    G.O.P. Targets     of a Linp county grand jury < section regarding when a grand  allowed    to vote    in    the    old    pre-    Betty    M. Polten Oct. 20, 1950,    at    Republicans thought they    hadjwhich indicted five police detec-    3 ur y  cnds -  Th e briefs note that  cincts. ‘    Cedar Rapids.     a  chance to oust Democratic thres and a former officer. the court, in a Johnson county  Asst.    County    Atty.    Phillip  He    scrvt , d    with the  yj  s  armyjSenators Mike Gravel of Alaska.    Counsel for the now suspend-    case two years ago, ruled the  Klinger    advised    Kopel    that    . .    ..    ,  was     .    George McGovern of South    Da    cd officers and Safety Commis-end of the grand jury’s exis-  voters should be allowed to vote, *    '    *    kola and Birch Bayh of Indiana, stoner James Steinbeck, a  tence is at the end of the calen -  in their previous precincts    as     ,ne  ‘‘ rm > reserves tor u    yeais.     ap(j tQ wjp 8eatg jn North CarQ     f ormer  detective, are asking    thej.  they did under the old law.    He was employed by the    Cedar    jj na and  Nevada     cour t to review the matter    and     y     ‘  Explanation     llap,ds parks    for 15  Besides New York and Call-    throw out the indictments.    The     c " lira    matt(,r     " as    take "  years.     f  . when* Democrat 1     Hush  0thcrs    cha rged are    Robert    before    the Iowa supreme court  Klinger explained to newsmen! Mr. Bramow was a member  f , ’    ,  Ff]  ,  R  ‘  h  Manchester. Kenneth Millsap, once before on a direct motion,  [that tho requirement for report-,of the Trinity Lutheran church  favorp() in '  gubcrnatoria |  em . Darwin Ammeter Donald Ros-  bul the court informed  , hc de . mg new addresses was con- and W as president of the City .  t a onin«» fnv viairnlm wil  dad and Ass *- Chief Wallace .    .    ,.    ,    ,. .  tamed in a bill that will require Movement to Organize.     tests  * I* n u ^ J Johnson.     fense    that the matter should be   the state to be Surviving are two daughters, q (Jr nov Democrat^ expected  Ap ar e accused of perjury and  ruled on in  district court first, vote beginning Carrie and Tamra Bramow,  )Q  ’ governorships in Con- obstruction of justice and all but There is   1  CnHar Ranirlc- futn cene TUani/d >    .    —    Inhnann arn nhornftrl utifh r>nn. ».ik n  nm  Snow is forecast for Tuesday night -from the lower Great Lakes area into northern New York, changing to rain over northern New England. Showers are expected over the Pacific northwest, north-central Florida and along parts of the mid-Atlantic coast. Mostly fair elsewhere.  all persons in  registered to vote beginning Carrie and Tamra Bramow,    goVernor^hipsln    Con-    obstruction    of justice and all but There is no indication how  next year.    I    Cedar    Rapids;    two    sons,    Daniel     nect $ cut  ’ Massachusetts Ore- Johnson are charged With con-  S00 n the court will hand down a  Only the more populous coun-;Bramow, Cedar Rapids; and Ll.  g0# TPnncssw  Colorado and  s P ir f c >' “™ ei :‘ ion ., w ^ , a " ruling in the case.  Wyoming.  In Connecticut, Rep. Kila!  Grasso was expected to become    Denied  ties are required to register Col. Douglas Bramow of Camp now.    ;Pendleton, Calif.; two brothers,  Klinger said he did not be- Marvin Bramow, Cedar Rapids;  alleged attempt to injure reputations of other officers.  the  lieve it was the intent of the legislators to require the reporting of new addresses until the whole state is under registra-  Ralph Bramow of Clinton; aL. .    .  stepbrother, Robert Chesley,  thc f,r f*  w ® man ted s °^ er ‘ Linn district Judge William  nor without succeeding her hus-  Eads denied the c]aim of the  j*.  —Daily Record—  The Weather  Extended Forecast — No rain  Marriage Licenses  Linda McDaniel and Chris-  Fires  9:15 a.m. Monday. Defective television set at 2017 Grande avenue SE.  11:12 a.m. Monday. Accidental alarm at 608 Sixteenth street NE.  8:29 p.m. Monday  Palsy Unit Drops UW Affiliation  San Diego, Calif.; a stepsister,, .  Nina Reed, Center Point, and a . ...     4 .    .    .    . titioners that the grand jury,  tion. - It would discriminate (granddaughter.    In    Michigan,    the    rematch    be-indicted them had no  against the more populous coun-| Services: Chapel of Memories: ,w( ‘ en (,nv * William G. Milliken  t0  j nd j ct  because it began ties to do otherwise, he said.    at ll a m. Thursday by the Rev.     and ,)( ’ mo(>rat Sander Lev ‘"    in the    January quarter    and did    united Cerebral    Palsy    of  Kopel said those who were    Richard L.    Thompson of    Trinity    w a s considered \ cry tight \\un     not  follow    statutory    require-Cedar Rapids will    discontinue  turned away may go to their Lutheran church. Burial: Cedar J  n ,POp f rdl  'j.  a  ™ n ‘ments for being extended while its association with the United former precinct polling places    Memorial.    Friends may    call at    J rovers > involving contiict-ot-m-     Apr jj     and     j u j y  q Uarter  grand    \Vay of Linn county Dec. 31.  terest charges against his run-    j ur j os     were    in session.  IS expected Thursday through fonti n FiTdmkson, n"hhie    ........  Saturday. Lows in upper 30s to    '    building at 1027 Sixth street  the funeral home after 5 p.m.  .    ...    .. .    j    .  aI l °f Cedar Rapids. Sonia Mal-  lower 40s. Highs in mid 50s to linger and Larry Wheaton, both*  low 60s.    |of    Mt. Pleasant.     2:1 8    a.m.    Tuesday.    Extricate  accident victim at Edgewood Magistrate's Court road between O avenue and  Speeding — Terry McMurrin,)  ,oad  516 Cobban court SE; fined $50     2:27     Tuesday. Assistance  and costs. Mahlon Wilson, call at 2401 D avenue NE.  Delhi; Rickey Taylor, Central)     am -    Tuesday  to vote. If they encounter any difficulty, the election officials Fire in should be advised to call the 9  a m . Thursday. The family  I suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate to t he Heart  The decision, made by UCP's  Tuesday and at the chapel after "j* »*    >' aat ™ a "<    «***    Roughly    the    same    arguments    ^    TZecTorT,    was    an  °f election office, he said Marked Sample  Hioh temperatures Monday, low temperatures overnight end Inches of precipitation:  Anchorage M    M    M    L. Angeles    71    SI  Atlanta .. 71    *3    .10    Miami    71    74  Bismarck 44    2*    Min'apohs    33    30  Chicago 45    42    .52    N. Orleans    02    *2 .OI  Denver ... 44    28    New York    76    55  Duluth .. 32    79    Phoenix ..    71    50  Honolulu Houston  One other problem was encountered at one polling place. A complaint was received that an X had been placed on a  Fund.  Memorial Services Vledella Mallett  Wilson,       _    .  ..... .    ...    .    , Thursday at 3 at Mt. Zion parties to be gaining on Repub- existence ana a  Overheat-! samp  .    .? ne ,?    .. V     'L B _ a P tist  church by Dr. LeRoy |bean Jay Hammond.    jury brought in   T , .  #  p     he    made     before the  su * pounced Wednesday afternoon  light Races    p r eme curt th    the appeal    of     by James Gross ucp - s ex . cu .  Of the states now held by    Eads oiling.     t j Ve d j rec t or  [j  ca m e  at a meet-  Democrats. Alaska appeared to Briefs filed bv the petitioners  a mons service agencies to be the best a O P. hope. al- say that the first quarter grand  dj f c ™ ,*  S  newl ° y . for  8  med Ha n-though Democratic Gov. Wil-    jury term ended    March 31, 19/4•     d j capp€d  Svstems program in  ham Egan was reported bv both    and that it therefore went out    of     the area   second grand  UH  M     SJM?    City;    Duane    Saari,    3725 Center  ed  belt pulley at 418 Second  74 52 .33 Washington 84 64 .01 „ - ^    ^    ^ rt ,     T ----- Ryan,! Street NE.  Missing  C. R. Vv'eather  High Monday .........  Low overnight ..........  Noon Tuesday ...........  2 p.m. .................  Precipitation  Iowa Deaths  Point road NE; Larry 1069 Second street SE; Mark Gellerman, 1651 Thirty-fourth 401 street SE; Frank Wilkinson,!  97 2 900 Twentv-fifth avenue,! 19. Hayden’s, Oxford Junction.  Marion; Louise Peterson. 950 Independence — Edith Fiseh- 4U ‘Eleventh street. Marion; Anth-or, 76. former Independence  resident. Friday at ll, White's.  In Kansas, where Democrat  Cite Procedures  Petitioners cite 770.1 of  UCP and the Association for Retarded Children refused to join this umbrella-type service. the in announcing the split with  ....    .*    .    ,..    *    p.m.    lnuiMid.v.    life    casftei win  I ■ rTt j*r y  J;, lapp  officials apparently failed to re- not be opened aficr the service  ..............4l|ony    Murphy, 896 Eighth street,  ...........None    Marion; Donald Miller, 1209  Total for November ........0.08    Thirty-steth xtiwt SE; Sherry  w T  . .     .    „ 0C 'Knuland, 301a Third avenue,  Normal for November  2.36, Marion; Lawrence Lensch, 85  Normal through November 31.75 Florida avenue SW; James Total for 1974 ............. 41.30    Miller, Ely; each fined $30 and  Barometer, rising ........ 30.00!    <L osts - Jose P ia ^* Hampton:   Ir  ...    .    !    Beverly Melvin, Marion; Earl  Humidity at noon ....... 90 b Kirklin. Toledo; Dennis Man-  Wind direction and velocity at son. 2231 C street SW; Ruth 2 pm. Nat 9 mph.    is    tence, Coralville; Helen  Sun rises Wednesday, 6:45; sun sets, 4:55.  Year Ago Today — High, 38;  Ludvichck, Agnes A.  place the marked sample after: being notified. Kopel said the sample was replaced with a clean one after the election office was notified.  My  a ' tcrnoon  r ^ ' f Toddville Woman  36 of the 66 precincts (excluding    ,    ,  n   the absentee precinct) showed Kl 11 CCI 111 CfdSh  Pri-  Strawberry Point — Rose Keppler, 86 Thursday at 10:30 at St. Mark’s, Edgewood. Rosary Tuesday at 8 p.m. and Wake service Wednesday at 8 at Appleton’s.  Marshalltown — Mary Good- 14,989 persons had voted  win, 85. Wednesday at 1:30 at Pursel-Davis. Burial: Riverside!    Heavier  cemetery. Visitation until noon Wednesday  Brl, ruin, - Edith D.ckey,  thp   1  ,u "' out  » aa k ™vier than 78. Wednesday at 10:30 at usual. .Some of them (Madison  vate services Wednesday at I at iBenn<>B ls nnv '    even  Beatt.v-Bourle chapel by the Rev Denton Ericson. Entombment: Cedar Memorial.  Wednesday Methodist church. Burial:  school and Monroe school! re-  low, 22; rainfall, 0.04.  Degree Days  Monday    SI  Total to date..............737  Through November 4, 1974  483 I teenth street SE: fined $20 and Percent of normal year 11.11 (costs.  Striking unattended vehicle— William Mentzer, 2876 Spruce avenue SE; fined $25 and costs.  Meter violation — Shelby Humbles, jr., no address; fined $50 and costs. John Lahn, 2861 Henry court NW; fined $30 and costs.  Failure to stop — Laura  MeElrec, 762 Ninth avenue,  Marion: Donald Stork, Lisbon;  Gregory Fryda, 685 South  Eleventh street, Marion: Kevin ^    .    ,__■____.  0     ,  Rhinehart, Center Point; De- Greenfield    cemetery, at 3 p m. ported    the    turnout    as    heavier  horah Ward, 5630 Briarwood , Halverson s.    than    in the    presidential    election  street SW; each fined $20 and Independence — Wilbur costs    (Tink) Mumford, 56. Friday at  Accident, damage to vehicle 1‘‘J?* 1 *’: .^ Uta S y m< "  Terry Fisher. 386 1 2 Seven  ing machines at the Coe college w h i t e . Burial: Oak Hill.  polling place, indicating a no , Friends may call at Turner east !  y     ..    .    ,  vote on the 7on hond issue I until 9 p.m. Wednesday and at * ern  Miller earlier appeared to ote on the ZOO bond is. I    .    the    church    from    9    a.m.    to    2:30    be well ahead in his    bid to     fh  iT n jt P H Wav after a 17vpar  The complainant    said    election     p m    Thursday .     The    casket     will    succeed fellow Democrat    Robert     Iowa code  regarding procedures    the United Way after a 17-year  n nnonpH afior tho xi*rvire irx. _t__ rx i_i:____ r,    _    t___. for calling a grand jury. The in- association, Gross said. We  dictments were returned in July,    support the United Way con-  at the beginning of the third    cept. but it is no longer possible  I WI    I    J    IU    quarter    for United Cerebral Palsy to  Republicans also said    they     a , s0     meet its obligations to the chil-  had a chance in Ohm    where    °    f     r  J    members Wen and adults and their fami-  former Gov. James Rhodes was  Uldl 1>>U Ul l,uw ,uc,,,uc,s   challenging Democratic Gov.    < )f ,he  R rand  ) ur - v  P anel were     “**  wh ° de f h  nd    S *L  John Gilliean    cused after March 31.     y icc with the allocations the  In house races national    atten-i     The    stale     contends    that    while    United Way can make to us ”  tion was focused on the    effort  some  members    may    have    L’CP will raise funds indepen-  Fae Iola Heefner, 47. route!.    ..    .....     D     .    served    on more than one grand dently to support the agency’s  All election officials reported ?*' TSSJIIf’ bf *2? chairman of the house ways and Jury at the same time. that services in itsnine^unty area.  j ay a er oon w en car s  moans  committee, to retain his more lhan  *»° K rand  j uri(>s  .     .  * aft.r a mn,.h-r.iihitf.i7.^ weie in existence, and thai    Dfiport  —    *    i ■ u I t’-ii I mil mi >ii IMI 11 iii w .4 v 111 ■ 11; ■ •»■» —»v i —• ”• •** ”     t     _  150 about five  Total normal year........6,631  Traveler’s Forecast  Wednesday  Weather, Iii-Lo  Bismarck . •..... Fair    56-30  Chicago ........PtCldy    48-36  Cincinnati  Cloudy    46-36  Cleveland .........Snow    42-37  morial Thursday at 8 p.m.  Victor — Charles DeMeulen-are, 63. Thursday at IO at St.  Bridget’s. Rosary Wednesday at  werc ev e n  higher. 8 at McAninichs. Memorial fund established.  Oxford — Joseph Ludvicek 89. Thursday at 2, Brosh  two years ago.  The turnout    in many    of    the    car. which was found in a creek  precincts was    running    in    the    at 7:44 p.m. She was dead on  vicinity of 25    percent of those    arrival at a Cedar Rapids hospi-  registered to    vote, and    a    few    tai. Authorities said she suf  fered a broken neck.  By early afternoon two years  was driving went out of control a ft er a  much-Dublicized  were in  existence, and that and struck a bridge on highwayL^^  jnc|dcn(  Swashing- »»»» jurors were excused from    ,    -  150 about five miles south of  (0|) jn whj( , h a stripper jumwd  | h e panel while they were ac- Arab Editor tenter I oint     from    hjs car af(er H  , ive | y  serving as working grand  Linn deputies reported she  djt     k -----------------------  was the only occupant of the 1 rr   Poll: 45% Fear New Depression  NEW YORK (AP)—Forty-five  ...    .    .    TEL    AVIV    (AP)-The Israeli  lurers, did not rn any way affect     men ,    „     w    (he    ed| , or   the first quarter grand jury s » ., crusalen Tnewspaper and competence to inqu.reintc a1- , hf 0(hcr Arab ,    on  leged offenses and finally return     ho , (llo    action    a / ainst   mriictments near the beginning , h(1  ^  sta , c   A communique said the Arabs were members of the Palestine  of the third quarter.  The attorneys say this was  Cedar Rapids. Burial: Castek cemetery near Swisher. Visitation at the chapel Wednesday. Belle Plaine — Beulah E.  y * ar, y  a le [ noon ,w ; 0  ye™    *    *    *    percent of Americans are afraid particularly true since the Linn ™™    ZrZZtZ   icek  ago. 48 precincts reported that Mrs. Heefner had lixed in the the U.S. is heading toward an- county district court, ruling  Nat on * 1 Pron !\  a terror,st or * ish’s, 26.147 persons had voted. At the Toddville area most of her life. other 1930s-style depression, ac- within its discretionary power. S 30 ** 3410 " " hlch  P Crpetrated   Des Moines  Clear 54-42 Drewer, Van Horne; fined $20 Birch, 68. Thursday at 2, Hra-  Time magazine    a    .'“mi    terrorism    and  lime magazine authorized the first quarter 1974  Detroit Indianapolis .. Kansas City Mpls.-St. Paul  Omaha ......  St. Louis Sioux Falls .  bak's. john Anamosa  Cloudy 47-35 and costs.  PtCldy 4ji-4.1    Improper turn ______  vHil    i    Wehner. Fairfax: fined $15 and J^  costs.  Improper passing  . Fair 54-36 Clear 58-35 Fair 53-40  Gaylor E Wednesday at Goettsch’s.  same    time four years    ago,    33    Born May 16. 1927, at Walker, cording    tc a   r fP? rtin S indicated    she was married to Howard K. (survey.    Linn    county    grand jury to con-  18,991 had voted.    Heefner Jan. 16, 1945, at Oak-! The magazine said    Sunday    tinue    in    existence.  Total Registered    l and * Calif. She was associated that 46    percent disagreed    and  with the Family Service Agency)9 percent were not sure of th  murder.”  No Authority  Landslide  TUNIS (AP)—President Habib  Clarence:  Coralville Lake  Pool level Tuesday  683.82  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 4.7, fall .1 Lansing (18) 7.7, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 13.5, fall .2 McGregor (18) 7.3, fall .1 Guttenberg (15)    4    9,    no  change  Dubuque (17) 7.9, no change Davenport (15) 5.0, fall .2 Keokuk (16) 3 6, rise .6  Ptfldv 53-34 Miller, 2401 Second street SW.    C  midi    John Kruse, S37 Thirty-sixth | TI TST bnOW  Hits Iowa; C.R. Coldest  [street NE; each fined $20 and costs. Gary Chase, Anamosa;!  Ronald Rehoc, Dubuque; each fined $15 and costs.  Traffic signal violation —j Tom Kenney, 511 Fairview! drive SE: fined $20 and costs.  n „  T)lfl    D «.t  Larry Marsden. 932 Owen  By The Asso( ,ated Pres   street NW; Robert Foss, 73 ground was white in parts Summer circle NE:    Jeffrey'  5 ° we ", ;cuf^h^e^eetior^in  31 Cedar Rapids ‘  and was pian 1 023  Americans of voting age But the officers’ lawyers Bourguiba, Tunisia’s leader 1.30 at istered to vote lotne election in  ist at  Q reens  Grove Community queried by telephone early in claim there is no statutory au- •  in j an „ n j onM  in 105« r*   L, ?u     rhlS .  C0mpares  church near Toddville.    October.    .bority providing for resummon-  slnce    re ‘   wdd  ^  two  y ears a 8°*    Surviving    are    her    husband.    The    poll    was conducted for ng of the same grand jurors of  ceived  percent of the vote  f those registered to vote j wo sons ^  A jj en R  and Ehiane Time bv the Yankelovitch, Skel- seven in a subsequent calendar in an unopposed election Sun-!!! 1S J! ear '    ' ^ are DemocratsU M  ^  of Marion; her father  l, y and white organi zaticn.    quarter.    day.  21,797 are Republicans and  Earl McBurney(  Toddville; a      —  40.229 are registered in neither    Fern    Edaburn,    Grants-  party.  burg, Wis.; three brothers,  7.- * .    . Merle Mc Burney, Cedar  Iowa City polling places also, R ids .  Han)|(J McBurncy   reported a turnout heavier tham Houston Texas ,  and Uwrenee   expected.    McBurney, Covina, Calif., and 1   .—......—        -.....,    ow    ,    ,    ,    One    precinct    reported 104 had  nn .,  nr „ nH _u ilH   . McEowen. 5919 Crestridge ave-|of Iowa early Tuesday with the  volpd by 10 a m  _  t . om p ared  , 0 a     “j     p    n ,     Thursday    at   Odar at C. R  .21.  tm  S ^ple G !tX\wre«h! fir ^ Sn0Wfall0f th€seas0n ’ ’*« al V0,e  ° f 75 in tbe Primar - V  Greens Grove Community! fined $15 and costs.    The most extensive area of election.    church by the Rev. Maurice  Driver’* license violation — snow is from around the Mason Consideration was being given Gamble and the Rev. William  (13. 4.24. fall ^V V s“"med 0 M0 F Md h eS. V u:i Ci, y  area  "> "* ar EldOTa  “ d  ^r^nel to" handled he^ if’l, BUrial: ( tf )ar Memoria,  |  l  Thomas Clark. 561P .I street (north to Waterloo. Light frees- than exwctedturnouT    l'’”*-” 11  callat _the luneral   S  Leavine scene of an' areidrnt •“«  raln and sleCt Were  reported  John Hakes, Hiawatha; fined in parts of northern and central Sd VS Antj-Rfiti Cub JHS  ) and costs.    .    •  overload - Gi™ i^ngton. '°'' a     ,    Plot Against Kissinger  .    « Mio . tt,, ^  4 N Twenty-sixth avenue swi No major accumulation of     w   |ev Maas, liawa 1a, a « augu-  two charges; fined $10  and  sno w was reported, but  Births — Mercy  Nov. 4 — Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fisher. 5635 Keswick court $30 SW, a daughter.  Nov. 5 — Mr. and Mrs. Dud  ter.  light!  Births  Lull  e s  home after noon Wednesday and at the church after IO am. Thursday. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate to the Greens Grove NEW    YORK    (UPI)    —    A Community church memorial  costs on each charge.    |    .    :    ~ r .    ’    I former refugee leader who re-fund. The casket will be closed  Intoxication — Larry Siemer. freezing drizzle made streets j turned to Havana says anti-Cas-  a t 2:45 pm Thursday.  S2u and* cos^s  slreet NE ’  fined     I slippery in some areas.    fro forces plan to assassinate    ^ ...........  Projections on wheel    The precipitation and cloud)    Secretary of State Kissinger to    The Gecltr ftttpirU ffhtirttf  L. La-    Thomas Netcott. 2910 Huxley    cover kept temperatures    much    block U.S. rapprochement with  street l an e SW; fined SIO and costs.    .    Cuba.   .........—. Kicky  n     7     vva *” me ^     an    cx P e ^    over-,    Carlos    Rivero Collado said in  da^tt k r & W*r     a  Uw ' 8 ,    ^    ^     27 al  Havana tho anti-Castro move-  cobion. Vinton, a    son;    Paul L.     1315 K  f'troet SW; Perry    the Cedar Rapids airport    to 37    mcnt in the U.S. also wants to  Womaehka.    628    Old    Marion     Vi n l on; each fined     a j Davenport.    kill American congressmen and  road NE, a daughter.    Fauiiy^uipmcnt    -Ronald     Skies    w * d     mostly    clear    and    the Costa Rican foreign min-  OuI-of-Town Births iNunemaker. 338 Fourteenth it will be colder Tuesday night istcr.  I street SE; Nelda Cady, Toddvil-with lows from    the    upper 20s to    Radio    Havana    broadcast    his  V     Mr  !l nd ,e; Dean  Ehrenberger, 2140 R,e lower 30s    remarks in a transmission mon  Richard C. Terry, a daughter Birchwood drive NE; Mary  T . .    .     t     ..    ; n     v pu/  Vnrk  Nov.    5.    Mrs.    Terry    is    the| Meek, 1019 Fourth avenue    SE;!  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