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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 MATRONAL WI Aint I St (VICI fOMCA*t «• 7 am **t ii 30.00 30X10 29.77  rn 74  Rule C.R. Man's Death a Suicide  The .shooting death Monday of David B. Lancaster, 49, of 1533 D avenue NP], has been ruled a suicide by the Johnson county medical examiner’s office.  Lancaster died of a head wound shortly after 11:30 p.m. Monday at University hospitals, Iowa City, after he shot himself with a .38 caliber pistol in an upstairs bedroom at his residence.  Police said Lancaster went to the bedroom after an argument with a daughter. Kami-  DEATHS  Mrs. David Purr  Armistice Day Is Patriotism Revival: Silliman  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., November 12, 1974    3  Doris Durr, 55, of 3316 Susan Armistice day “is a day that drive NW, wife of David Durr, was set aside for a revival of Bv Staff Writers died in a Cedar Rapids hospital patriotism,” B. D. Silliman,'  Federal Jury May Hear Police Truth Question  Monday following a long illness. Bom in Iowa county, Jan. 4, 1919, she lived in the Marengo and Williamsburg areas before moving to Cedar Rapids in 1940.  She was married Sept. 3, 1939, in Marengo. Mrs. Dun* had been employed at Martin Marietta Corp. for 12 years.  Surviving in addition to her husband are a daughter, Sharon Hay Minder, Kearney, Mo.; three grandsons; three sisters,  UH WIAlHft f OtOCASr  Rain and snow are expected Tuesday night over the northwest Pacific coast, the northern Rockies and the lower Great Lakes with rain extending across northern New York into northern New England. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere.  ly members reported hearing a gunshot at 9:25 p.m.    Mrs.    Mervin Higbee, Ladora;  Lancaster was taken to St.l^ rs - **• Beranek, Mt,.Vernon, Luke’s hospital and transferred I and  Mrs. francis McGurk, to University hospitals.    t    Cedar    Rapids, and a brother.   1  Donald Langlas, Williamsburg.  horah drive SW; each fined $10 and costs.  The Weather    Marriages    Dissolved  Extended Forecast — Cloudy! Marlis Marie and Don, Eu-  and cold Thursday through Sat-i*» ene  Eastgate. Linda and An-  j    ..    t     I    drew    Jessie Jacobson. David E.  urday. Chance of ram or snow, and Shirlpv  j  B( . nnctt-  Delton  late Thursday and Friday.(and Marie A. Goiston.  Highs in 30s to around 40. Lowe  in 20s  The Linn county medical examiner’s office did not investigate the incident because Lancaster died in Johnson county.  * * *  Lancaster was a 17-year employe of International Harvester Co. He was born in Marshalltown Sept. 21, 1925. He was married to Doris Rice Sept. 21, 1947, in West Burlington.  A service veteran cf navy during World war IL he had been a resident of Cedar Rapids 24  Reckless driving — Rodney Joslin, Wendy Oaks trailer court; fined $100 and costs.  Resisting an officer — Kenneth Cornwell, 2320 C avenue NE; fined $75 and costs.  Faulty equipment — Michael church Dennis, 2719 Willow street SW;  Surv ; ving in  addition lo his  wife are two daughters, Diane  I cide whether that is the truth or  Cedar Rapid/iawyer, * told *93  The  question of who is lying | iLi^l!l[S ony gIVen t0 FacheS is  Linn county World war I bud- !and who is tell,n g  th *  truth  in; iruin -dies at Hanford post, American  ncar ^y two-year-old Cedar    source    claimed    that  Legion club rooms Monday Rapids police department con- shortly after Faches began his night     M ° nGay     trovers may also be put before investigation that Linn Sheriff  It is a dav Silliman said ! a federal  grand jury.    I Walter Grant put a bugging sys-  “when people can renew their  Ttlat is what the u s -  attor - ^f,? 1 f his .  own in  the Linn jail, loyalty and can take from the  ne y’ s office sces 38  U*  h *art  was plc,urcd on TV -memories of sacrifices made in  thc issue not onl y  for the  entire  A  stab} grand jury, under the time of war fresh inspiration for embroilment but whether or not supervision of Special Prosecu-Z    S     P    n federal stautes on eavesdrop-! tor Garry Woodward, an assis-  “It is a die when hv em .mon i P' n R  were  violated.    ‘ant to Iowa ’tty. Gen. Richard  consent we pause to become I  Robert Sikma ’ assistant U S ; Turner, indicted five policemen  conscious of our national life     for tha     Huommi SEE     < sf* ty   and to rejoice in it; lo recall Pf*  ot  '.™ a '. *•* Tuesday it  ls  ^mmiss toner Jtitict Stein-  what our country has done for J  a VK    r    a    en ‘     rt     ’    , ip  ..    ..  each of us and to determine  fnr "' m< ‘ nt a 8 en f7 <°  have     eonnino' ,iLm™ 8   what we can do for our  vosdro PP ,n K systems, but rather vcsdroppimg violations.  country.”    “ The  q uestion  is whether they    Grand Jury Opinion  misused it or not.”    ,  Fifty-six years ago, Silliman    While    there apparently is no  recalled, “we were approaching;    Sworn    Testimony    violation of state laws unless  Burial: Genoa Bluffs, south of.the end of a great war. How! Sworn testimony given before eavesdropping mechanisms are Ladora.    Friends    may    call    at    grateful we should br? that we Linn county Atty. William j  a tt ac hed to telephones, Sikma  Turner west until    IO    a m. Thurs-jare able to enjoy this fellowship Laches last year by several noted that the state grand jury  day. The casket will not bo open here tonight and that 56 years police officers , some of whom I commended former Chief of Po-aftor tw« cnri/ieo Th,» family  a f tpr     Armistice we can meet have since been indicted    for George Matias, and the    po-  as comrades and friends.” ; perjury and conspiracy, told i l‘ ce  dep a rtment as a whole.  Silliman took note that there how they listened to conversa-) “The grand jury wouldn’t are approximately 200 livingjtions between persons unaware have come out in their report  Services: Turner chapel west Thursday at 10:30 a m. by the Rev. Glenn W. McMichael.  after tho service. The family suggests, friends may, if they wish, make a contribution to the cancer fund.  Leslie H. Doering  years. Mr. Lancaster had been Leslie Henry Doering, 76, a a member of First Christian retired farmer and a resident of  Fires  fined $15 and costs, Gary Ro driquez, 629 Fourth avenue SW; Wayne Brumwell, Solon; ! each fined $10 and costs. Right-of-way violation  High tempo,aiurei Monday, low tem- *  (l 1 a,ri1,  Monday.     1     Wayne    Jones,    Postville;    fined  per a tore! overnight and Inches of pre- < Hon of alarm  7A1 r e«r>»K,    .    ’    ■  street SE.  $20 and costs.  Improper turn — Betty Jenera p.m. Monday. Mistaken minRs, Davenport; fined $15 and  I alarm at 1393 Fortieth street jcosts.  Improper passing — Randy Chapel, 723 Fourteenth street SE; Susan Olson, Camanche;   at 701 Tenth I  cipitation;  Anchorage 20 ll .02    L. Angeles 91    S3  Atlanta ... AS 41 .13    Miami ... SO    AS  Bismarck . .42 24    Min'apolis 47    33  Chicago . <8 34 N. Orleans 49 45 Oenver ...,4S 22    New York 42    49    .02,« Tt ,  Duluth ...M 27 .04    Phoenix ...OI    57    NE  Honolulu . 07 71 OS    Seattle . . .52    48    .01  Houston 4752    washington 4451    .04    7:21    p.m.    Monday.    Undeter-  /-* n \    a /    mined    to    leaves    at    Forest drive  Ca. R. Weather    and Blake boulevard SE.  High Monday .................56    g : 5o p  m  Monday. Faulty gas  Low overnight ...............38    line front of    1920 Linden drive  Noon Tuesday ................39    SE.   2  P  m ...................  33     Magistrate's    Court  Precipitation  ..........Trace-     Spoodinp  _     C]eo Gentz ,  Total for November ........0.81    j Manchester;    fined $75 and  Normal for November 2.36    costs. Roger    Mikes, Hiawatha;  Normal through Nov 31.75] fined J35 and costs. Steven  m^ioi 10TI    , 9  J Novak, 2320 Mallory street  Total for 19/4  .............42.03  SW; Linda Lim> Shellsburg;   Barometer, rising .........29.92;Lester Engler, 355 Twelfth  Humidity at noon ........ 86% I street SW; Dennis Becker, 1512  Wind direction and velocity at E avenue NE; Ralph Kramer.  „  XTM , .  10     i    Epworth; Judy Wagner, route  2 p.m. NW at 13 mph.    three, Marion; Verlyn Selken,  Sun    rises Wednesday, 6:54;    Dysart; Gerald    Garin, 3004  din cpig 4 48    Sue lane NW; Rick Hempstead,  ’    *    ,    Manchester; each fined $30  High, 64; and costs. Daniel Hoegcr, 1654 Eighteenth street    NW; Ronald  Powers, 2725 O    avenue NW;  Wesley Schneider, 1610 Park  and Debra, and a son. Daniel, all at home, and a sister, Mrs. Harlan Wolfe, Cedar Rapids.  . Services; Turner chapel east at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Burial: Linwood cemetery, where graveside services will be eonduct-  veterans of World war I in I they were being bugged Cedar Rapids and that most Sikma said federal law pro-belong to the World war I Old hibits such eavesdropping on Timers group. It is associated persons without their knowledge with Hanford post which, he or consent. There Is no violation said, is the tenth largest Legion if one party, such as a law enforcement offici. I or informer Our purpose here tonight,” i who is involved, gives his con  nie Orchard trailer court Mt  vvuu Ildmuiu  I** 2 * which, ne    or consent, mere is no    violation    The Gazette.  Vernon road SE, died in a Cedar  said \ is the tenth lar 8 est u & or]    if one  P art y.  such as a law en '    Sikma said the    state    grand  Rapids hospital Monday follow- post in the nation.    jforcement offici. I or informer jury heard many inconsistencies  ing a brief illness. He was born “Our purpose here tonight,”    who is involved, gives    his con-    j n  testimony “and    chose    to be-  july 18.    1899. at Caledonia, he said, “is to express our resp-    sent.    lieve one side and reject (the  Minn    lect    and    admiration    of    those    vet-!    So,    Sikma    said,    the    matter    story    of)    the    other.  erans of World war I who have boils down to whether or not the  saying these people v/ere outstanding police officers if there was a question about the federal law being violated,” Sikma told  Surviving are two sons, Orville J., with whom he made his home, and Roger L., berth of  Cedar Rapids, and three daugh-ed by Hanford American legion jters, Mrs. Vernon Bjomgaard.’since the 1973 meeting as: post. Friends may register at Wanamingo, Minn.; Mrs. Glenn Ralph Adamson, Ralph An-  departed this life since our last l aw was  violated and who reunion one year ago.”    caused it to be violated — the  He listed those who had died  offi( * rs who  ‘hey listened  to the the private conversations or their superiors if they or-  Turner east.  each fined $20 and costs  Failure to stop — Allyn Franz, Iowa City; fined $25 and costs.  Failure to transfer title —  Eddie Trabue, 4622 Ridgeside drive NE; fined $10 and costs, and members of the U. N. sec-|Turner east  Mid-East—  (Continued from Page I.)  “Affects Decision”  “Whether they (grand jury  Year Ago Today  low', 50; rainfall, none.  Traveler's Forecast  retariat.  The security precautions were  Israeli Troops  Towne lane NE; Ronnie O’Neal, Wednesday    route    two,    Cedar    Rapids;    John  Weather, Hi-Lo Spang, 1654 Third avenue SE;  Bismarck  Cloudy 30-14  Chicago .........Cloudy    42-28  Cincinnati Cloudy 43-27  Cleveland  Cloudy 40-30  Des Moines  Detroit.......  Indianapolis .. Kansas City .. Milwaukee .. Mpls.-St. Paul  Omaha ......  St. Louis  .Cloudy 36-30 .Cloudy 41-27 PtCldy 45-28 PtCldy 47-27 PtCldy 36-22  Harold Porter, 6515 South avenue SW; Steven Frisher, YMCA; each fined $25 and costs. Darryl Pettit, 1330 D avenue NE; William Friedrich-sen, Iowa City; William Benson, Vinton; Lesley Miller, Hiawatha; Barbara Kessler, 5523 J street SW; Terry Marks, 229 Clrng    34-17 j Jacolyn drive NW; John Bo-  PtCldy    47-23 hounck, 620 Twenty-eighth  «w.    .......PtCldy    50-28 street court SE; Brad Wilhelm,  Sioux Falls . . . . .Cloudy    38-171 2462 Deborah drive SW; Rich-  I ard Conner, Mt. Vernon; Steve 'Skelton, 1244 Lake avenue NE; 'Vernon Hartson, 1613 D ave- 1  I nue NE; David Keith. Shells-  Stage Raid on  Degree Days  Friday ...................  Saturday ..................23  Sunday .................. 21  Monday ..................  Total to date  ......902  Through Nov. ll, 1973 ... 7191 Percent of normal year ... 13.60 Total normal year -.  burg; Frances Frieburger, .^ Manchester; Cynthia Cullen, Fort Madison; Myqj Christen-, sen, Fairfax; Phillip Eganhouse, Wyoming; Terry' Tull, Todd-viile; Thomas Robertson, 1210 A  Mississippi Stages  (Flood stages in brackets)  Lacrosse (12) 5.2, no change Lansing (18) 8.0, no change Dam 9 (18) 13.9. no change  6,631 j avenue, Marion; Robert Sanderson, North Liberty; each j fined $20 and costs.  Vehicle control violation —  Michael Burke, Troy Mills; Marvin Driscoll, Mt. Vernon; each fined $25 and costs. Rob  McGregor (18) i .3, no change I  cr t Harms, Monticello; fined  Guttenberg (15) 5.7, rise .5 Dubuque (17) 8.6, rise .5 Keokuk (16) 3.5, rise .6  Iowa Deaths  Anamosa — Donald R.  Moyer 35, Sandwich, 111.,  Thursday at 2 at Goettsch’s w'here friends may call after I Wednesday.  Decorah — Nellie Nerlie, 74.  Thursday at 1:30 at Springfield Lutheran church. Visitation Wednesday morning at Steine’s.  West Liberty beth Brugman, 84. Wednesday  at IO at St. Joseph’s. Rosary I .    «    I/*//  Tuesday at 8 at Snider’s where; £.0OCfn©S0 V ll Id CJB friends may call Tuesday.  Fort Atkinson — Elizabeth Bakula, 84. Wednesday at IO at St. John’s. Rosary Tuesday at 8 at Chekal’s.  Calmar — Clara Ticskotter,  87, Wednesday at ll at St.  Alo.vsius*. Rosary at 8 Tuesday at French’s.  Tama — Mrs. Clarence C.  Twiselton, 68. Wednesday at 2 at Henderson’s, Toledo. Burial:  Woodlawn cemetery, Toledo.  Oxford Junction — Helen Mal villi 11 Sacred day  at Hayden’s.  Dyersville — Kevin Michael Goeres. infant son of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Goeres, Point Marion, Pa., Wednesday at ll at Kramer’s.  Williamsburg — Robert D.  Beilstein, 59. Thursday at IO at St. Mary's. Rosary Wednesday at 8 and visitation Wednesday morning at McSwiggin ’ and Uhlmann’s.  Winthrop — Laural Mac Love, 91, Culver City, Calif.  Graveside services Friday at 2 at Quasqueton cemetery. Visitation after noon Thursday at Fawcett’s.  Dewitt — Carl B. Laetae, 76, formerly of Olin. Thursday at I at McGinnis’ where friends may call from 2-9 Wednesday.  members) were right or wrong I don’t    know, but it certainly    affects    our decifion whether    or  Ford. Preston, and Betty Doer-jdrews,    James    Bell,    Ralph  dOTed    the    otfiCTrs    listen     to not to    become embroiled. “  ing of Huntington Park, Calif. Cutler, Ed Fay, Henry Giegcr, ^ conversations.    Sikma    said he and Hultman  Services- Thouwald funeral Marshall Harmon. Dr. A. N. „    "J? ?  supenor -  L S ,  At ' y  ^ sl,ed v '“ h Faches las ‘ week.  home in Proton Minn I -.cal Hu mis ton, James Mitchell,  Evan  Hultman in expanding his The whole thing was reviewed, icemen™ we andled bv Adolph Mitvalsky, Dr. Leo Sed- investigation of the eavesdrop-:!,, his (Faches’) opinion there arrangements ut nanai.a d„,  |acpk otto  Schlater. Golden P ln K matter, said a major prob- were some eavesdropping viola-  Wear.    Arthur    W’emcr,    Lesterinvolves    baches granting-tions,    He indicated those indict-*  Stastny and Ed ladder’     of  immunity to those police of- j cd were the ‘white-hats’.”  fJeers who gave the sworn testi-  Silcma said  ^ testimony of mony about eavesdropping. , officers who said they listened Federal policy, he    said, is    to to parties unaware of their    ea-  respect    such immunity. As    a j vesdropping will certainly    be  result, if any prosecution results|“ one 0 f the more critical things from any violations that may be t 0  be examined.” found it will have to he against!  police    department    command J Elaborate System  Faches’ report said there    had  been an “elaborate system of  Memorial Services  the most stringent at the U. NJ^dSefda^A Immaculate! Anti-War Vets  since the appearance there in; Conception church by the Rev.     #    #   1%0 of Nikita Khrushchev,    Fideli» m M^ilner n  Rosajx    Denied Spot    in  Castro and other world leaders.    iBourle chapel where friend:    LJ r .|;J <a . #    _may call. Burial: Cedar Memo- nOIIQay IyiCm Cli   ria i- . „    .    „    LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP)   1  Wednesday *“ " at'Tmnci-J*' 0 , doz(,n  members of Vietnam;personnel, j Chapel east by the Rev. Floyd    Veterans Against    the    War    Sikma said    his    boss,    Hultman,  Conroy of Knox Presbyterian    brought up the rear of    the annu-has    not    been    ordered    by    the  [church. Military graveside per- ai Veteran’s day parade in Long U.S. justice department to “get I vices will be conducted by 1 -    -    -    -    -    •    *     J    r   , . I Hanford Post of the American J H eacd  - behind two siree, on” the Cedar Rapids police TEL AVIV IAP) — Israeli  Ix , gion  at Oak Hill cemetery.. sweepers and a garbage truck, case. “As far as I know the only troops struck IOO yards across    —- The veterans were denied a criticism we have received (refile border into Lebanon early 1+^1 ne Fore©    P ermit t0    in    thc     Siding    the police matter) has  « r ..- 2 A  .     0u ,£5i. : “***"■*“  legediy used by Arab teiroristSiZO MmenCdnSWUT ^    ^  Bureau in Washington, D. C.  No Secret4  It is no secret that both eaves-  electronic surveillance” at the police department.  “Our evidence is conclusive,” said Faches’ report, “that many c nversations of many accused persons who are being held in custody have been listened to for various reasons . . . ,” one such case being a “conversation between Joseph Brandt and his attorney. . .”  The Brandt case is the only one specified in the Faches report. The report did not give a  Cedar rise .03  at C.R. (13)    3.88,  Coralville Lake  Pool level Tuesday  683.39  Births — St. Luke s  Gibson—  (Continued from Page I.)  tine FBI investigation into Gibson's background.  Jackson is chairman of the senate interior committee, which passes on the FEA nominee, and congressional sources  ..       ,■    Lockridge;! said Gibson s nomination was in  irs Vinton     $2 °     and     RdS'nu    serious    trouble even though it  Zl n ±°. n \. d ? a 5. h ‘"'! Youkcr, 4040 Midway drive  ha( ,  not yc ,  been  formnlly se.it  $20 and costs.  Intoxication — Daniel Conman, 1234 Fourth avenue SE;   !  fined $25 and costs.  Parkin? violation — Malbar  Plastics, Inc., Indianola; fined J $60 and costs.  Meter violation — Douglas  Steadman, 232 Twenty - sixth street drive SE; fined $50 and costs. Patrick Thompson, Dav-Nov. ll — To the families of enport; fined $45 and costs.  Gary L. Besta. 1915 Higlc.v Carl Hobbs, 1024 Sixteenth av-avenue SE, a son. Vergil N.« :  emu* SE; fined $25 and costs.  I Traffic signal violation —  _    Michael Hoskins,  nue - —    -    ---- ----  Sellers  Larry T. I-arar, 149 Harbc*t av-jjrw* i^nme O’Neal, route two,, enue NW, a son; Robert L.  CtKlar Rapids; Darre ,  Jansa>  to the senate.  Thoren, Dysart, a daughter. route two, Cedar Rapids; Jacu-q. ,i    lin Biederman, Hiawatha; Paul  Births Mercy    Schuller, 286 Thunderbird road  Nov. ll — To the families of'SE; Mary Kovarik. 1416 Fifth Robert Meier, 623 Thirty- street NW; Bart Hemesath, 21 second street SE, a sou; Dale Wilson avenue SW; Jpn Ed-Sauer. Walker, a son; Kennethiwards, 3000 Pioneer avenue McCollum. 2345 Fifth avenue,  s &; each fined $15 and costs.  Marion, a son.    I Sylvester Drahos, 3729 F ave-  j nue NW; fined $10 and costs.  Marricge Licenses    Disturbing    the    peace    —    Alan  Carol McDonald and Richard j barger, Walker; fined $25 and  McCarty, Rebecca Jagerson and ‘ J ,    Vo+o Pmornonrw  William Richmond, Victoria    Driving the wrong way on    L.    iii    ye, I IC y  Harvey and Carl Swope, Pa-    one-way street - Sylvester    H „ ... _    ^  tricia Robinson and Michael Drahos, 3729 F avenue NW; lOWGf CXTGnSIOn Kehm, all of Cedar Rapids.    Eugene Owens, 2107 Blairs,  Nancy Neuzil    and Thomas    Ferry road    NE;    each fined $15    PHNOM    PENH,    Cambodia  Dorff, both of    Marion. Marcia costs.    .    ;  Allen, Cedar Rapids, and Ran- Driver’s license violation _  dall Olson, Center Point. San- Jeff Hennessey, First avehue  voted  Tuesday to extend Prcs-dra Saydstoe,    Marion, and, and Thirty-first    street,    Marion; jdent    Ixin    Nol's    emergency  Gene Taton,    Cedar Rapids,    fined $15    and    costs.    Dennis!    .  Shirley Copi>ess and Jim McVay, 1000 Eighth street NW. powers for <another six months,! Stewart, both of I (xidvillc, |B e 11 e Sudderburg, 2433 De- government sources said  Gibson met hastily with White House aides twice last Friday and again Monday, and Interior Secretary Morton, the President's top energy aide, was summoned to a meeting with Ford Monday morning and later declined to talk about it publicly.  Police Probe More Damage at Harrison School  and took three Lebanese prison-    Dormitories  ers, the Israeli military com-    I More than 60 units were allowed  mand announced    PADI    A,    Italy (AP) — Leftists to march in the parade.    dropping devices and a tradi-  A command spokesman said Jjf V f     26 Amer } c ™  sUj 'i Fred Nessler, parade director,  t,0 " al  intercom type wnmimi-  Sfissssfssr,;SSI•^sns^rsf’f*“tizS’,.i” “«SissitZ  miles from thc Mediterranean    V    ®    _    they dont have a government  of thc communica ti ons  and ca  5     ’  coast.    j    4U    r ^ oups and ac  (charter, and they carry dirty     VO sd roD oinii systems have been  The troops ordered occupants  cused  them of Nazi-style  dls ‘ j signs. The veterans’ groups    u f th  j^  t  ^  years  »»  .    .    ui nu .    j*     nn !crimmation against Americans     & r usea  tor me last w years.  to leave the house, blew it up n omo  Education Minister    .    Wallace    LaPeters,    current  and then returned to Israel with    «    ‘    ^ However, few of thc anti-war  chief of  ^ ce who came  ^  three villagers “suspected of    ®    veterans behind the street  duty a[(er  , hc lice  department  collaborating with terrorists, a  a ri S° rous  invesugauon.    j cleaners wore uniforms and j  controversy    t0     unfold.  spokesman said. The prisoners But the Americans all from  lhose who did wore  dean ooes.! said the syslem is  being  Polj „ returned Mondav for were held for questioning. Jhe Lmversity of (ahfornia, j'yheir signs read “Universal, .. SP d for investigative dup    a    ♦    a ♦  No Arab or Israeli casualties j said many officials and press I  Uncood i tional  Amnesty Now”  poses     '     1     Lu™?     11 n n°in?vpnth  were reported, and there was no reports had exaggerated ^ and “Biack, Raza, Asian, White, I  P ^‘  r  .    Harrison school, 1310 Eleventh  shooting, an Israeli spokesman matter. They insisted they were All People Must Unite.”    Examples    street NW, to investigate van-  said.    'caught by chance in a conflict, _  In Beirut, Palestinian guerillas between the students and the q    q    • i  charged that Israel planned to j university over housing.    oeCS    OOViet    WI  wage “limited war” in south  Lebanon this week in an attempt ,. w w   .....      —    ------------ ----- ^  t   to divert attention from the Pal- Americanism,” Joshua Gidding.; MOSCOW ( AP) — Soviet Oil person in jail to be bugged. outside lights were woken.  20, of Los Angeles said. “It is Minister Valentin Shashin says 5  An official of Communications Damage was estimated at $100. all linked to a specific student the Soviet Union expects to ex- Engineering Co. said the firm! Police  d * s ^ )ver f d ^ cafeteria housing problem here.”    tract 490 million tons of oil next most recently installed “inter-1winaow broken Monday mom-  He said most of the Califor-iyear and will meet fully the com equipment’’ when the po  in ^_,  a f r  1   ca ^ c * cu '8  de * e ^ niarifj agreed with the Italian !  country’s needs, Tass news lice department building was I mined vandals entered through students and “we rather coo- agency reported Tuesday. remodeled and the detective I the cafeteria window and ran-perated.”    The    projection is 40 million    bureau moved to the second  sat ’ked several offices. Nothing  A student committee of agitations more than the estimate for flow three or four years ago. was reported taken in the latest bon decided the Americans this year and 70 million more In addition to the intercom, incident, school officals said. . could afford more expensive ac-'than the volume produced in sources said the other eaves-  made  He cited a situation where a  da ' !Sm  incidents, police officer may be interrogat-    tirst report was  ing an individual, or where per- Sunday night when officals dis-haps an informer has agreed to covered a window, two outside allow his conventions with a  tim<?d  ^ts  and  several other  estine debate in the U. N. General Assembly. But Israel officials believed the guerillas were p I a n n i n g an operation against Israeli targets to coincide with the debate.  Woman Injured in Two-Car Accident  Vivienne L. Berm, 30, of 16421 commodation and issued an “uh 1973.    -.- ri -- 0     -------------i  Elfobl(%h , d  „„  b¥ ^ h# Col# «.  c «.  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