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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAItONAl WI A1 Hit tmvict COMCAST lo /AM IST ll - IO- H 30.00 39.77 ✓ 39.20 29.53 2977 Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) tailed account of how then-White House counsel John Dean I The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., November 13, 1974 J Palmer: Still Planning Audric Jones    Perel    Cambridge    House    counsel    John    Deanj^    •    #    rf    #•    D    /* Audrie Jones, 51, Aurora, III., p cre | Cambridge,    67. of 649    thought the political    intelligence OUlT 0/7 E76C/70/7 Killing a former Cedar Rapids resident. Thirty-ninth street    NE, died    P* an that led to the breakin    had    ^ died at Aurora Sunday, Horn T UPS( j a y after a short illness. A'h epn approved July 9, 1923, at Aurora, she lived retired employe of    Wilson &    Maideman said,    “the ll years in (’edar Rapids, where she was active in the PEO sisterhood and the Minikin university Pi Beta Phi Alumni Assn. Co., he worked in Frances Palmer, Linn county Faches, made the decision the ................ final    Republican chairman, said law was unconstitutional. the mainte- step was when Gordon Strachan Tuesday she is still contemplate ^ r,( h« s said he, Klinger and Kopel, all Democrats, discussed nance department.    ta Haldeman aide) called (Jeb jpg court, action in connection,. 1    *    j    w Horn .lull,, lid ioo7 <o,i„„ smart i M.iruritr .mf «M Hoi. .. ... _______.... .. .    «...    matter after it was posed by he had lived in ), 1907, in Solon, Stuart) Magruder and said Hal-j w |th an election day ruling by onp nrecinct in Cedar Rapids;deman told him to get this .    .tlM-miv's    of-1    '    ... Surviving are a son, Judson E. q, e | as i years. A veteran of going, 'the President, wants it Jones, and two daughters, Janet     -    •«    u.     1    ...us.    u—    —> *i---->- *- i-------- Lynn Jones and Joanne Jones, all of Aurora, and a sister, Mrs. Peter Bulkley, Denver, Colo. Services: Healy funeral home, Aurora, Wednesday at IO a m. [Burial: Spring Lake cemetery. I Aurora. side Surviving are his wife, the World war II, he .served with done and there’s to be no more the navy’s Seabees. He was a arguing about it,’ This means member of the Amalgamated the intelligence activity Meat Cutters & Butcher Work “Magruder told Mitchell this, men union, Millwright local 1022 that Strachan had ordered him and Stinocher American legion I to get it going on Haldeman’s post in Solon, which will conduct orders, on the President’s or-military services at the grave- ders and Mitchell signed off on Changed Mind Harry R. May WI WI ATM* fOTOCAST a Snow is expected Tuesday night over the upper Great Lakes and the northern Rockies. Rain is expected from northern Florida through the mid Atlantic states with occasional snow along the coast of the Carolinas. Harry Richard May, 82, of 632 former Jessie Bixby, to whom Jacolyn drive NW. a retired be was married Feb. I, 1939; a shoe .salesman and a Cedar son, George Johnson, (’edar Rapids resident most of his life, died Tuesday. He was born Dec II, 1891, at Burlington, and wasja.m married to Elsie M. Christoffer-sen Dec. 23, 1919, at Sparland, III. Rapids, and two grandchildren. Services: Brosh chapel at ll Thursday. Burial:    Lin wood. Friends may call at the chapel after I p m. Wednesday. Mr. May was a veteran of World war I and was a member    of First Lutheran church and Edgewood road IVW; fined $10 Hanford American legion post, and costs. Faulty equipment — Pauline KeteLsen. Palo; Daniel Fuett- (johann .Tipton; Thomas Terry ,1012 Second street SE; David and Diane Marie Nesset. Fred    HI    Thirty-seventh    street _    .    ,    E. and Rosemary Bascom. Ju- NE; Ctahr Ca ^    ?    ,     x ? Extended Forecast — No train |j ana m. and Glen A. Stouwie.' leenth avenue SE; each fined is expected Thursday through Diana Lynne and James Nelson an< * costs -    I bv the Rev Dennis W Wright ‘ )ows j n Harriman. Dorothy R. and Improper passing - Stephen George H. Seboldt. Judith K.iCronbaugh 131 Eastview) B u r I a I . v Cedar Memorial and John H. Hanncn. Donald R.'drive NW; fined $20 and costs. Friends may call at Turner east The Weather Saturday. Highs in 40s, 20s. Council Will Proceed with Surviving are two daughters, | Crossinq Rule Mrs. Clair Sharp, Ute, and Mrs. it. He said, ‘okay if they say to do it, go ahead.’ ” “Uh, was that their registration was unconstitutional Richard Gerber, Cedar Rapids; | j The city council decided     , '' lfphom ’    registration,    couldn't    vole. the Linn county attorney’s office.    ,    .    .... iv na, „,d. ... a ztm sa passed bv the 1974 legislature people shouldn't, be allowed to requiring persons who changed vote,” he said, referring to address more than ten days | those who had failed to make a before the election to change re £ lsfra * 10n change of address and moved more than ten days prior to Nov. 5. .    -    “The    more    we discussed it In so ruling, some voters who and this    is    thc    X,^U™sc ofThe fen-Ta     whicb applied *     lar * e ™ n,les bugging?" Nixon asked    officials because o the ten-day d    n    came to ' The    whole Lg, including    ^ ,aUo " w,re ,0ld ,hey c#U,d    -he decision that.    it was ancon- the bugging.’’ Haldeman re-    stitutional    and    therefore    should plied.    Quotes    Kopel    not    be    enforced. Nixon replied with an exple- Mrs. Palmer said IJnn county    thought it was grossly tive.    Auditor Merle Kopel told her     un ^ an place    additional re- CTemencv Talks    election day he was unhappy    sections on large counties with the ruling, and indicated whi * p not placing them on small hour conversations never be- that county Atty William :ooiint ' esM teD -^ a y require-torc publicly disclosed were Fachps had initiaI |v ruled thati m(,nt wa $ Part of the registra-played at the trial Monday. Two ^ j aw was c ,j par {Pat pers0ns tion law which does not become were of conversations between who move,) ten days ahead of the effective statewide until Jan. I. ixon and Colson: a meeting e i ec (| on an d didn t change their    Spot    Decision “We had to make an on tile eight grandchildren and six'day to go ahead with an ordi-i"°"     ,5 "°-    “Faches made a decision. No great-grandchildren    nance regulating train traffic atj ,he otilpr tWd wp re meetings they couldn't vote,” Mrs. Services: First Lutheran street crossings in Cedar between Nixon and Haldeman Palmer said “But Phil Klinger church at 1:30 p.m. Thursday Hiqh temperatures Monday, low tem-1 _ , T    ~    ,.*•li teratures overnight and Inches of pre and Joyce C. Williams. cioitation: Anchorage . 8 -5 L. Angeles 44 $4 Atlanta 40 54 Miami 79 71 Bismarck 43 31 Min'apolis 41 40 .OI Chicago 50 40 N Orleans 75 43 Denver 43 33 New York 54 47 Duluth 39 32 OI Phoenix 75 53 Honolulu 81 44 Seattle 49 45 .15 Houston 40 44 OI Washington $1 40 James Consumption in public place L. and Ann G. Yeast. Jerome V _ William Kennedy, 516 and Marilyn M. Uhlman.    |    Eighth avenue SE; fined $15 and costs. C. R. Weather Petition for Bankruptcy Edward Eugene Newhouse, spot decision,” Faches continued. “The policy of our office whenever there is a doubt as to applicability of election laws is that we interpret the law most favorable to allowing people to vote.” ■ 306 Thirteenth street    .. . . u . ,    Debts: $6,250.54. Assets: $2,600, J Thompson street SE; fined $10 High Monday .................43    $100    claimed    as    exempt.    I and co ®t s Drive without lights — David Sitter, 3920 Nancy Jane lane  _____________exempt v overnight ...............43    Francis and Iva Jean Noon Tuesday ............... 54    Griffin,    1755 Eighth avenue,,^ „ 2 p.m........................53    Marion.    Both listed debts of NE; fined    $10 and costs.. precipitation    None'*8.714.53 and assets of $2,145,1 Vehicle control violation Total 'for November . V. .7.2 54' w “ h claimed as exempt Normal for November ......2    36 Rapids, even though railroad on March 20 and 22, 1973. came up with a new ruling.” spokesmen said they would    Nixon and Colson discussed    she said she in no way is criti- monilor operations closely to    clemency for Hunt on Jan 8,    cal of people who voted, since comply voluntarily with aims of ■ W3, the day former CIA agent'they were told they were eligi- until 9 pm. Wednesday and at 'finance    lereat^bl'rcl"tv' a ' **     b '»    . u k m i. a, Faches said he would not the church from IO a m. to 1:25 The council did leave the door '"gate burglary.    Asked    rf she brougt suit who     fh    decl510n    was p m. Thursday. The casket will <f" for voluntary compliance Hunt s is a amphi case ' the defendant, might be Mrs. ^     needed    ^ nnt h/>    after    the    service    i    though, indicating it will not said Nixon. ... Well build Palmer said she didnt know.    .» Driver’s license violation —    I*    .    .    .     a H 0 nt the ordinance if given that (sob ) un like nobodv’s Chanter 738 11 of the code says ^ immediately. Allen Lusk 1535 - Henderson! The family suggests that friends aao P‘ ,ne orainana ii given inai .dj up like noDoay s uiapter /.t».ii or tne ooae says He sajd the ^ clsim was avenue, Marion: Fined $25 and I may. if they wish, contribute s »nte assurance Fourth street bus ness. Well have Buckley anyone who counsels or advises     thp    d< , termina , 10t ,    it swilcosts. Walter Bericka. 2321f , 0 -, he Memorial Fund of the I crossings will not be blocked by    write a column and say you    another to vote, knowing such ' unconstitutional and a dis- local tram traffic during after-    know, that he, that he should    person is not qualified, is sub- noon rush hours.    ihave clemency, if you've given'ject to a fine of $50 to $500 and The ordinance was drafted    18 years of service .    .. That’s it a year in jail _ „ .     M .about a year ago, but the coun-    It’s on the merits.” .Anna    Spellerberg    Pf ann,    90,1,, d|d ^ art s on it ^ a Vernal Mohr, Victor; David J. A. and Helen Richardson, I sitter * 3920 Nancy Jane lane First Lutheran church. Mrs. Michael Pfann criminatory requirement imposed on large counties and not ‘ Nevada, formerly of 3018 Peb- 1 NE: each fined $25 and costs. I 75 blo drive SW. Both listed debts Meter violation — Rob . , ..    small ones. ‘‘Law Explicit Columnist William Buckley is s econf j district Republican Mifl C fl ri a long-time friend of Hunt s and cha , rman Tom Tauke of Dubu- IVHa-COST' tmnerly of 1233 'niird a ^ nu< ‘;| oca i as socialion of railroad su- dicd "\ionday aXr a short    _    pwmtocd    volun-    atone    Hme    served    in    the    CIA     address    |    (Contuiued    from    Page    I.) Normal through November 31.75 hie drive" SW.B^th listed debts! Meter violation — Robert Illness.    The    ordinance    outlawed    local! Total for 1974      42.21    of    $21,157    and assets of $4,700. Primrose, 3849 Clark road SE; Born July 16, 1884, in Benton train Qr Barometer, falling    29    63    $4,500    claimed    as    exempt.    ^Sl^nd^ost^     In _ h    county,    she    was    a    member    of     downtown qO<r Billy Joe and Carol Ann J , r™ Fuller, Oakbrook court, Hia-i MiUer * Fairfax; fined $20 Wind direction and velocity at wath a „„„     lutal|    u    .,    ..    Republican    Women's    club.     that    lhp    Arabs    had    shot    their switching traffic at I. ® ^ y f" El said thp law is ” pH SL H I2fJ P arenls ernccinne Kr.ounnn terv,ew . I don t need to he the matter was handled shoddi-    . m S and -Immaculate Conception church, :    ^"and^W    n^iii    ^    ^     remind< ^     t0    write a column urg- jiy by Linn county officials. the Sanctuary Society and St Three weeks ago Traffic En-' ing clemenc y even f0r (s o h.’s) ) Tauke said he asked Dubuque Sirens cut the early morning Martha’s circle. After the death i in# ,. r Mp , MpV er ’recommend- as Mr> Nixon sh(WJ,d know from Count y Att y- Robprt Curnan. a darkness and residents raced to -e    I    ginger Mel Meyer recommena np-eonai „ Tnpr u n „ p *»     r .___‘    ,______ ,u n    Kiinigsarc    and    choli* Raced to Bunkers Humidity at noon 2 pm. .SSW’ at 12 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets. 4:42. Year Ago Today — low, 48; rainfall, none 7:02; Both listed debts of $8,713.79 and assets of $750, with all claimed as exempt. Harold Joseph DeSotel, 804 Hii?h 52' Fourth street SW. Debts: 8 ’    ’    $18,006.98.    Assets:    $750,    with all claimed as exempt. costs. Fires ‘of her first husband, William personal experience. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo Magistrate’s Court Speeding — Ronald Cash- Democrat, for an opinion on the concrete bunkers and shelters Bismarck Chicago...... Cincinnati ... Cleveland Des Moines ... Detroit....... Indianapolis • Kansas City .. Milwaukee ... Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha ....... St. Louis Sioux Falls .. Degree Days Monday  ....... Total to date Through Nov. IR, 1973 . Percent of normal year Total normal year ... Child iSpellerberg, she married Mi-hTrallpd 1)ean testified earlier at the same law He said Cuman ruled located on every street in the lorkrd in lockrr irank — out h j p fann in California where increased number of block- cover - u P tr i al that on Jan. 5, opposite the Linn county ador northern Israeli town, street NW i    I she lived untU his death in 1*5.    “^n    ^t ZJths    i 1973 . Colson sent Hunt a mea- neJPs office.    | "People began running out 12:40 p.m. Monday. Inves- Surviving are a daughter,! ordinance has been ap- sa 8 e through his lawyer that “a Faches said Tuesday that down the streets when the first tigate gas odor at Johnson ave- ^ rs Edward Brecht of Cedar     nn lie first readme It y ear is a * on K tlme and clemen- while Klinger did the research round of shots came, Michael  ....... nXX i2™ 1 p m n Monday. Broken Rap^l one sister, Mrs. Wil- must ^ appr oved at two addi- c y '■* wally considered around on the ultimate ruling that he, Saguy said “I saw fathers man, 2900 Mansfield avenue gas line at 224 Twenty-seventh lism Bailey of Fairfax; four ^jonal readings, then published Christmas time. Cloudy 33-14 SE; fined $40 and costs. Gary street NW.    grandchildren, 14 great- before it becomes law.    But on March 22. 1973. Nixon I Shwrs 40-27 Robinson, 1723 Sherbrook 5:31 pm. Monday. Cigaret toig randchildr en and, two great- Mayor Don Cannev suggested and Haldeman discussed Ptcidy 52-31 I rive NE: fined $35 and. co«. S; | „a.te paper rn .rash ronta.ner lRreal . grandchlldrcn .    JZlnH    reading he held as dangers of granting an early    (Continued from Page I.) I Israel, troops ringed the build- Nuisance ly 44-29 Hiawatha; Margaret H u t to n. ca || a t Wenig road and J street at Immaculate Conception some kj nd 0 f conri y 50-35 1505 Center Point road NE;inE.    church by the Rev. Williami‘ nr „ ftf ^mnliance ,g 54-30 Charles Engler, 1115 ■ Regent 10:30 p.m. Monday. Nul-;. n . * RlIPial . c* inhn’s    f     P Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday. ... Mississippi Stages stringing their children down the laundry line wrapped rn sheets.” 52-31 jdrive NE; fined $35 and costs.’    '    -    -    -    -■        -    -    - ■ -------- ■ --------- —------ -----——— — Cloudy 51-30 Ernest Rapp. Kalona; Michael I a t 200 First street SE. PtCldy 46-24,Tampir, Solon; Don Wright, j 10:27 p.m. Monday, .Cloudy PtCldy . Clrng Cloudy 41-241 street NE; Mike Sigler, 805; saner call at Twelfth avenue!    _    _    _    .    .     4 Cloudy 36-24 Twenty-ni nth street NW; and Rockford road SW    cemetery,    Rosary:    3    pm.    Woods of the Crandie “Yeah,’ replied Nixon.     -    —----» .PtCldy 50-25 James Armstrong, 1518 N    ave-;    io:56 p.m.    Monday.    Nuisance    Wenesday by St.    Martha s cir-[ ra ji roa d. president of the    super-;"That’s right. And    the question    head of the Filipino Political    J* 3 ” 10    sald >    - Shwrs 53-30; nue NW; William Elliott,    1518    call at B avenue and Nine-     c j e and a prayer    service    at    7    j n tendents’ association,    s a i d is, the question is    that now, it    Action Committee in Washing- hav ®    succeeded PlCldy 43 -‘ *;    EVImSam’    NW:    e2-    "'I    o'Wpm* Monday. Nuisanop P m Father L ponard »« thp some train movements are nee-) seems lo me you'd better find ton Lechoen was described    **•     811    thre * (lores, Plotz, Waterloo; Nancy nail at 2700 block of TwelfthjTeahen funeral home wherei essary . He said news reports of ; out from Colson what he did neighbors as a civic leader in 'Blad, 415 Nineteenth street I    street SW.    (friends may call    from 2    to     9    the agreement have been    incor-1 promise.”    suburban Oxon Hill. Md, where i ,H|NW; Deborah Phillips,    1220    7:32 a.m.    Tuesday.    Short in     p m Wednesday.     rec t in implying all train    move- In all his public statements on    he resided. He is a lawyer. ■ Ll Second avenue SE: Milner Cot, dryer at 4400 Benton street NE.      *    ,    . B    v; uu    h... h.cu, a,. ^ Ho u , ac ao/vimnanioH to Rn ..865 Old Marion road NE; Ste-    ments    would    cease.    I Watergate, Nixon has disavowed He was accompanied to Ko- 17.0% yen Clabough, 1545 Hillview'    Iowa    Deaths    Memorial    Services    I    “We    said    we would curtail the,any knowledge of clemency mualdez’office by Lagdameo. 6,631 dnve , Marion; Gary Stupes, Lisbon Eldon (Dell) Kohl, Bender, Melvin M. — movement of local switch en offers and has said the pay- “The next thing we knew, 1539 Fifth avenue, Marion; j 90. Wednesday at 1:30, Mor-1 Wednesday at 10:30 by thej ffinps and 1^.3] trains between ments to the burglars were three shots were fired, ’ Naldo the second reading be held as (dangers of granting an early;       ... Services: Thursday at IO a *R-| scheduled Wednesday, pending pardon.    questing    an    appointment    with ' ■    ---------- concrete assur- A moment later, Haldeman Romualdez last week.    Z^TnnZn/JnT«5ST.t from the I asked. "But, what, what do you    _    ,    .    .    „     ,ore    laLinchin S     an    assault    at    8 Leonard. Burial:    St.    John’s• railroadfs.    do    at    Christmas    time?”    ! a    "J-    . 3 pm J ojjjp Woods of the Crandie' “Yeah,” replied Nixon Naldo identified Lechoco as Moments later, the national 1    ri    - J --    —- J “security forces in wiping out J have been killed.’ (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.0, rise .1 Lansing (18) 7.7, rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 13.3, unchanged McGregor (18) 7.1, fall 1.1 Guttenberg (15) 4,6. rise .3 Shirley Douthart, Shellsbnrg; g a n’s. 683.13 Deborah Phillips, 1220 Second Ladora avenue SE; Larry Hohenshell, Thursday 5501 D avenue NW: each fined j victor. $30 and costs. John Prutt, Belle Plaine— Charles 1830 Fourth avenue SE: Phil- Rinser, 79. Halverson’s, lip Owen, Lisbon; Ravdell Center Junrtion— Boyd Wahlert, Walford; Brye Han- Christensen, 65. Thursday at 2, sen. 3014 Leonard terrace NE; Center Junction Presbyterian Albert Hittenmiller, 1720| e hurch. Visitation after I Eighth avenue SW: Sharlenei Wednesday, Hayden’s, Wyom- I Right Rev. Edmund Becker and .J    „    .    •    . William Henrys 76. the Revs Martin Laughlin and 3.30 and 5.30, he said. at 2, McAninch’s,| William Leonard. Burial: Mt.    - Calvary cemetery with military K,. UunfnrH PfKt DI U6CII gincs and local trains between ments to the burglars ! purely for humanitarian ! sons. Line Caused Dubuque (17) i.4. unchanged Tomash< 172 2 Twentieth streetljng Davenport (15)    4 6, un-| NW; John Wade. 1731 E ave- changcd    i nue NE: Thom Keokuk (16) 2.4, rise .3    ; John Williams, 140 South Fif- I    uhlmann’s. -:teenth street, Marion:    Steven    West Liberty    ~ Glen E.    Yot- Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.67, fall Natvig, Solon; Jim Butler. 1131 i te r. 65 Friday at 2 at the West .03    i First avenue NE; Karen    Huber,    Liberty    United    Methodist n* 11    va _____ Mt - Vernon; Lynn Cullen,    1826    church. Visitation Thursday at Births —-    Mercy    Bever avenue SE; Richard    Dill,    Snider’s. Nov. 18 — Mr.    and Mrs    Rob-    970 Twelfth street. Marian;    Ste- j    west Union — Walter Mos- ert Caraway, 1608 Sixth avenue    ven Koeppen. 364• ML Vernon i    serli. 82. Burnham and Wood’s. SE, a son.    road SE: Larry Achenbach, <<M) Onslow — William C.    Barnts, Nov. 19 To the families    of: Thirty-fifth street, Marion; ^3 Murdoch’s, Marion,    where C reightnn Shepard. 1641 (Wayne Went/el, 1430 A ave-: f r jonds may Thirty-fourth    street SE. ,ai nu ^ NW; each fined $20 and Wednesday, daughter:    David    Matt,    4521    costs    Blairstown    - Midway drive NW, a daughter. Intoxication — Myron Way- 89. Halverson’s _.    ,    , ,    bill, 585 Fifth street. Marion;' Wellman Births S.|services by Hanford Post American Legion. Rosary at I 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Teahenj funeral home where friends /-sn Q | may call from I to 9 p.m. Tues- |\. DI 0Z6 day.    .... Zeeb. Lena — Tuesday at A broken gas line resulted in 110:30 at Beatty-Beurle chapel I a f ire and several explosions , Williamshurg — Margaret by Dr. Arnold Herbst. Private . . r „ 1Kpd moderate damage Blasdell. Palo; Griffin, 91. McSwiggin and cremation committal.    that    caused    mc«erate aamage M a k o v s k y , Louis A, - i to a four-unit apartment house Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at j at 224 Twenty-seventh Kuba funeral home east by the Monday afternoon. UW Donations Stolen; Drop Boxes Down Tea- said. “Mario fell and we all had to go out.” Police, FBI agents and uniformed officers of the secret service’s executive protective service, which guards embas-! sics, quickly ringed the four-: story building. Bans Lifted for women only call after I Grant Rev. James C. DoSmidt of First Presbyterian church of Ely. Burial: Czech National. Wisdom. Roberta Joyce — Wednesday at 3 at Johnson funeral home, Ottumwa. Burial: Shaull cemetery, Ottumwa. Turner chapel east was I in charge of local arrange-Shuck,; ments. Tracy Marie St. Luke’s fined $50 and costs. Mary LoujDroz, 74. Thursday at IO at Po- ^• ov |g To lP e families of I Farnsworth. Montrose hotel;; well’s. Burial: Evergreen ceme- M. Gerald Fruit Monticello, j Dorothy twin daughters; Conrad Haw- HL; Sheridan, Rochelle, j tory, Fairfield. Visitation after cadi forfeited $30 bond. I 7 Tuesday. Two Charged with Having Stolen Wire kins 1142 Nineteenth avenue!Michael Wampler, 397 Eight-: SW a son- Terry Meeks. 3111 eonth street SE; Steven Dutch-E avenue NE, a daughter;j er * 1400 Center Point road NE, lawrence Bell. 2317 Blakely    525    and costs. Fred Fe! boulevard SE, a daughter. Hiawatha Rest Home Appealing Ruling Out-of-Town Births .no address, fined $20 and costs. Reekie**}* driving - Lee Sell, 4501 C avenue NE; fined $40 At Commerce City, Colo. ->nd costs Darrell Miller, Nor- rr„ * in* RPV md Mrs Tom wav ! fined $25 and costs.    ..... Fotka. a daughter Nov. 'l7. The Traffic signal violation ' ruling denying them a boarding Rev. Mr.    Fatka is the    son    of George Vozenilek, 1385    Mea-    home license. Mr. and    Mrs. Edward    Fatka,J dowview drive, Marion;    fined    A    notice of    appeal    was    filed in 1551 Sixth avenue SE.    $25 and costs. Earl Schwa be.    district    court    Monday bv I jr . 401 Owen street NW;    Mary, ■»,    ,    ,    ,*__.. , Tiioman, 2428 Haven court SE;! , ‘ Mrs. John Reynolds Naldo said Lechoco tom Two of United Way s drop plained about the detention of street boxes for campaign contribu- 1 his children in the Philippines tions were broken into Monday and of the martial law that Fire officials said a backhoe I night and the contents taken. country has been under since digging for a water main struck \ United Way official said 1972 the gas line.    (Tuesday there is no estimate of Jose Aspiras, Philppme sec* The gas leaked into the base- the amount stolen, although an retary of tourism, said Monday, ment where it was ignited, caus-    investigation    is being made. It    night    that Marcos had    lifted ing the fire which damaged an    j s expected    that many    of the    travel    bans except where    there underground garage and a    contributions    were in    check    was a    criminal investigation or kitchen and bedroom in a first    form.    a case    pending in court. As a result of the incident, all Philippine officials said Leal! four five drop boxes in linn county choco’s oldest son was being m-said. win be taken down. Contributors vestigated in connection with an may make donations by using j unspecified transaction but defile regular bank depository nied there was any undue delay boxes at Peoples bank. Mer- in processing his travel papers. chants National bank and........... French Literary Prize PARIS (AP) (— France’s top floor apartment Smoke damaged apartments, official Thieves Hit Three Rural Residences Gary K. Konzen. 22. of 1238 Fourth avenue SW, and Keith) Alan Andrews, 2o, of 4101 Six-I Thefts from three rural Ltrin j Farmers State Dank in Marion teenth avenue SW. have been county residences Monday have A united Way official said ....... The owners of the Hiawatha (charged with possession of sto- been reported to the sheriff’s of- (j r0 p boxes at the UW office and literary prize, the Prix Gon-Rest Home are appealing an ten property    jfiec.     onP m Peoples bank were bro- court, has been awarded Pascal Oct. ll state health department j Linn deputies reported finding ( A breakin at the George Kil- ken mto M onda> she said it I^aine. 32. for his novel, “The Marriage Licenses Susan Dows and Clifford Brees. Elizabeth Vaske and Steven DeMeulcnaere, all of Cedar Rapids. Mary Clabough and Carl Knee, Jane Nidley and Joel Cox, all of Marion. Pamela Volz, Cedar Rapids, and John Sogge, Sioux City. Diane the two loading wire into a berger residence, route one,; truck at the junction of highway (Fairfax, netted burglars, $649 13 and Mt. Vernon road cast of; worth of items, including a tele-Cedar Rapids Monday.    !    vision    set. a radio and $39 cash. The wire was reported to be, A breakin at the Phil Ixmg Miller, Rock Island, and Randy    Ardvee    \\    o    I    r    a    b,    I    <21 Cathy Daniels, 3220 Kenricbj The ruling declared that re-(worth $400 and to he part ofirsesidence, route two, Marion, drive SW; Keith Cameron, 2765 modeling made by the Reynolds’ $800 worth of wire that had been resulted in the loss of three Twenty-third avenue, Marion; j. d home did not bring it up stolen from an E & S Electric| knives and a stereo set, with no driv“'WtS'm CU*. MWJ to s,aU ‘ specifications for board-|Co. construction site in Cedar lvalue specified. street SW; Steven Buol, 216 tag homes,    Rapids    Nov,    5.    Two    houses    away    from the Sixteenth street SE; Michael    —    ■    ■■■...........-..............Andrews    ported    $2,500 bond Price, 940 Twentieth avenue Want ads are easy to use and and was released. Konzen was was the first time the boxes Lawmaker.” have been tampered with, ai-; ......................  -    . though they have been used for; $hf (feeler ftnpuU several years..    ~E»»obii»h*u    in    Uh'fcyYM'Oow#* co. ond ooBH»n«d doily end Sunday o* 500      —i—    Third ove SE. C*dor Raoids. iowa 53404 Second dan Dodos* paid at Cedar Roo'dt. Iowa. Gallagher Parole NEWARK, N. J. tAP)— I Former New Jersey congress-[ man Cornelius Gallagher is scheduled to be paroled from Randall, Davenport. Marriages Dissolved Cynthia Luella and Clifford Allen Jones, Shirley Robert D. 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